Daily Recap — May 21

What a time to be alive, and what a time to be a Trumper.

Let’s kick off this week the right way.


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I SPY A CIA TOOL IN BRITAIN:

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Let’s get to the elephant in the room; the story everyone wants to discuss — the spy inserted by Leakin James Comey’s FBI into the Trump campaign.

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PDT burned Twitter to the ground over the weekend tweeting about an FBI informant he believes may have been (read: definitely was) planted within his presidential campaign.

Most in the media reported the tweets as being “inspired by recent reports detailing contacts this informant supposedly had with Trump campaign officials before the 2016 election.” My personal opinion is that his inspiration took place long ago, but I’ve gone deep into detail with that before and will so again over these next few weeks to months. Suffice it to say, if you think Trump is just showing up to this party, you must be very new to the Trump party. 


 

This is all linked to the ongoing investigation into OMG RUSSIA’S election meddling, a fact we’ll also discuss later in this piece. But first, let’s learn about the spy — sorry, “informant” — that infiltrated the Trump campaign during the 2016 campaign.

Here’s a quick breakdown:

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His Identity:

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Last Friday, The Failing Washington Post and The Failing New York Times both reported that an American professor who teaches in Britain was tapped by the FBI to speak with Trump campaign officials before the election. Neither newspaper has named the informant, feigning concerns for his and his contacts’ safety. If this were someone tapped to spy on the Obama campaign, they would have been broadcasting live from his front lawn, #ButTheseAreMinorDetails. 

The good news is, I don’t have to pretend to care about some random Trumper punching this guy in the face, so I’ll let you know who he is: Stefan Halper.

Halper is a foreign policy wonk who served in the Nixon, Ford, and Reagan administrations and has been known to act as an intelligent source for both the FBI and CIA at various times. Like pee-pee dossier author Christopher Steele, he’s a swamp favorite.

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Who the Informant Talked To:

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Halper reportedly contacted the Trump campaign aides George Papalapalaplapadopoulos (we’ll call him GP), Carter Page and Sam Clovis several times in 2016.

In May 2016, GP reportedly drunk-bragged to an Australian diplomat that an OMG RUSSIAN professor had contacted him to say the Kremlin had dirt on Hillzdawg Clinton. The diplomat eventually told US officials what GP said.

While he turned out to be a nobody hanger-on with nothing of value to either King Bob or the Trump campaign, GP still pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI related to #PutinGate. In other words, they didn’t really have him on anything of substance but were able to nail him on inconsistent statements.

Sound familiar? Mike Flynn anyone?

Carter Page was very much the same type of target as it relates to the Trump campaign. He was a volunteer nobody who presented himself as a much bigger part of the campaign than he actually was. What’s worse, he has a man crush on Vladimir Putin and has tried to argue for a pro-Russian foreign policy since grad school.  

Naiveté about Russia isn’t a crime, however, and it’s become very clear over the course of time that he was little more than an opportunity for the FBI (read: Obama administration) to intercept the communications of a Trump campaign member, insignificant as he may have been.

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So What Now? 

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Yesterday, Trump tweeted: “I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes — and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!”

So can he actually do that? Of course he can. He’s the friggin POTUS, which means he sits atop the Executive branch. PDT has the authority to call on the Department of Justice to investigate this or a host of other matters. They’ll investigate whether Elvis is on the moon if he draws up the memo in the correct format. 

In response, Sarah Isgur Flores, a Justice Department spokeswoman, told news outlets later that day that the solicitor general was expanding an inquiry into the investigation regarding Page to “include determining whether there was any impropriety or political motivation in how the FBI conducted its counterintelligence investigation of persons suspected of involvement with the Russian agents who interfered in the 2016 presidential election.”

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Separately, Deputy Attorney General Fraud Rosenstein released a statement, saying: “If anyone did infiltrate or surveil participants in a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes, we need to know about it and take appropriate action.”

The operative phrase here is “for inappropriate purposes.” That’s what they’re going to use to try to let this thing blow over. We can already see the narrative forming as the #FakeNewsCrew debuted the political/media complex’s new talking points this past weekend with headlines like “The Informant Was to HELP Trump, Not Spy on Him.”

They’re going to argue that Halper was looking for any nefarious Russian actors trying to establish links to/possibly manipulate the campaign. Trump was just the poor victim of Russian intelligence and the benevolent deep staters were merely stepping in to save the day. Funny though, for people trying to be so helpful, they sure seemed to leave those they were trying to help out of the loop. 

In addition to the “well-intentioned informant” narrative being pushed by the media, the deep state faction of the complex will be working its own narrative about how Trump is an OMG OUT OF CONTROL DICTATOR. We see it in hysterical texts from John Brennan letting the Republicans know that they are enabling a monster.

Isn’t it funny? All these months we’ve heard how we “just need to let the investigation play out” so we can “get all the facts.” But when Trump wants the Barry crew investigated, suddenly it’s a constitutional crisis that begs for intervention lest we become a banana republic overnight.

Then again, have we seen anything but double standards for the last couple years?

 

Unfortunately for the Brennans of the world, PDT is a different kind of animal. He doesn’t bend to the political/media complex. In fact, he got elected by giving it a #BigFat middle finger. He’s not going to let this go, no matter how many people suddenly pretend to care about the constitution, much less know anything about it. 

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Why Their Counter-Narratives Fail:

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Let’s examine the “well-intentioned informant narrative.”

If this foreign policy wonk, Halper, was there to protect the campaign, why was PDT never told, even after he was elected. Comey said back and then and his successor continues to say today that PDT was not a target in the counterintelligence probe. 

So if they were all on Trump’s team, so to speak, why not bring him into the loop, even long after the campaign was over and Comey himself told Congress that Trump was not the subject of any investigation, criminal or otherwise? 

Secondly, they not only had an old CIA tool inserted into the campaign to get a view from within, they intercepted the communications of at least 3 people affiliated with the campaign. So what did they get? These guys have been all up in Trump’s gravy since mid-2016 and now Mueller, who was supposed to be continuing the #PutinGate probe where it left off, is chasing porn star-related campaign finance violations?

That tells me they have a #BigFat zero in terms of evidence of Russian collusion. In fact, it’s that failure to extract any damaging information that led the Barry Crew to sneak that Russian lawyer into the country to set up Don Jr. at Trump tower. Think about it, folks. That meeting was an obvious setup. Now we know why — they had nothing else.

And if they have nothing after all this time and all this access, we have to ask, what the hell caused them to open up this investigation in the first place?

If a sitting government opens a counterintelligence investigation into an opposing party’s campaign, they better have a damn good reason. Seeing as how the Barry FBI had every opportunity to get evidence to support said reasons and have yet to produce anything remotely related to Russian collusion, it makes one wonder whether the justification for the probe was ever there at all.

And whaddayaknow, the DOJ is fighting tooth and nail to keep that information private. Nunes and co. are all but begging PDT to use his powers of declassification to reveal the original memo used to launch the probe, along with the FISA applications that would further shed light on what exactly had the gubmint so worried about the Trump campaign.

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So Now We Wait and See:

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Yes, I realize that wretched four-letter word — “wait” — is the last thing any Trumpers wants to hear. By God, we’ve waited long enough. The law has become a mockery, as our political foes seemingly get away with everything while anyone on our side who so much as rolls their eyes at the FBI gets indicted. Trust me, I share your frustration.

However, we’re going to have to see where things play out over these next couple weeks.

Here’s the bottom line. There are two general directions this thing is going to take. The first direction is the one Trump almost certainly prefers, which is that action be taken by the Keebler DOJ so that PDT needn’t get involved. 

This means on top of taking the information from the upcoming OIG report seriously (meaning they give the info to Huber and he friggin prosecutes), the DOJ needs to conduct an actual probe into any and all political actions undertaken by the Obama administration and act on the evidence accordingly. 

Remember, our enemies have backed themselves into a corner in this regard, often lunging to the defense of Rosenstein, Wray and even Sessions. In my opinion, this has been by design specifically for this moment. If PDT is “frustrated” by the DOJ’s refusal to carry his water (from the standpoint of their narrative), it’s a pretty awkward turn for the #Resistance to act as if the DOJ is suddenly making up evidence in order to serve Trump. 

Thus, if PDT is able to compel the DOJ to, well, be a friggin DOJ, we’re sitting pretty. The “constitutional crisis” narrative is dead on arrival.

The other direction this could take is for the DOJ to continue their shenanigans and force PDT to enact the nuclear option, which is to use his presidential power to reveal all the dirty laundry. This is obvious the less desirable of the two options simply because every news outlet from sea to shining cooter will be in hysterics over Trump’s supposed “overreach.” 

Frankly, I won’t shed any tears if this turns out to be the route we take, simply because I’m tired of playing with these scumbags. If it were up to me I’d have him declassify everything right now, but I understand his reasons for not doing so.

Remember, folks. I’ve said this a thousand times but it bears repeating every damn day until this mess is resolved: No one wants Trump’s enemies to go down in flames more than Trump. He wants it BAD. You may think you want it bad, but trust me, not compared to Trump. 

It’s that reasoning that makes me almost certain that he thinks he can get it done without going nuclear. It could be that he already has pretty much all the information he needs (that’s my personal theory) or that he’s being briefed from someone working behind the scenes of the swamp that he has a great deal of faith in. 

Either way, TRUMP IS NOT STUPID. And never make the mistake of thinking he is. His enemies make that mistake routinely and now he laughs from the Oval Office as a result. 


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We’ll know a lot more about what direction this thing takes over the next couple weeks, specifically when criminal wrongdoing is exposed by the OIG report.

If the DOJ sits on its hands, you very well may see nuclear Trump by mid-June. 

If not, well, put your feet up, enjoy the show and laugh at all the suckers who lost the faith.

Keep your head up Trumpers. Things are looking better all the time. It will get worse before it gets better because there are some cornered animals fighting for their deep state lives, but let there be no doubt — we WILL triumph in the end. 

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#MakingGreatDeals

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…….On investigations that should never have been launched in the first place.

In the piece above, I outlined the two general directions that everything could take over the next weeks to months: the DOJ doing its job or Trump doing it for them. It appears that we now have a framework to give the former a shot. But with a little tinge of the latter to get it done. I’ll explain below. 

PDT and the DOJ who have done everything in their power to bring him down for the last two years struck a deal today to allow IG Horowitz to investigate the FBI’s  wrongdoing in the Russia probe. I guess Wray and Rosenstein were able to convince Trump that they could be trusted…..or maybe Trump has them in a position in which trust isn’t required. 

 Either way, after summoning Rosenstein, Wray and a few other intelligence officials to the White House, Trump agreed that the OIG should “expand its current investigation to include any irregularities with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s or the Department of Justice’s tactics concerning the Trump Campaign,” Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

This is Trump giving them a shot to fix it themselves.

….With a little push of presidential power to get them going. 


 

You see, the Justice Department already referred the matter to Horowitz yesterday after PDT demanded that they probe the FBI’s use of a spy in the campaign. But that wasn’t quite enough for the Donald. 

The White House announced that chief of staff John Kelly plans to “immediately set up a meeting” between top law enforcement officials and lawmakers on Capitol Hill to “review” the “highly classified” materials that sparked the standoff, though he hasn’t hinted at what, exactly, Congress will be allowed to examine.

It appears that the big guy is starting to throw his weight around a little. 

As our readers know, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has subpoenaed the DOJ for information related to the sources and information that started this whole **** show. The agency granted Nunes a meeting earlier this month — but is still stonewalling his demand for documents.

Now, after the meeting at the White House, Nunes and his congressional buddies are going to get all they want. Bottom line: Nunes has tried for months to get documents on what started this whole charade and he’s finally getting them.

It’s about time. Too bad it took PDT stepping in to make it happen.  

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According to reports, J. Edgar Wray gave an impassioned plea to keep everything under wraps in order to protect confidential sources. While completely full of crap, I suppose it’s better than Rosenstein’s claims that any request for documents for purpose of oversight amounts to “extortion.”

We’ve come a long way in a week.


 

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BIG PICTURE:

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Nunes and co. are finally about to find out if their theory is correct, mainly that the FBI had no solid ground on which to launch a counterintel probe into the Trump campaign, and that the whole thing was basically an attempt to entrap the campaign via surveillance. 

Their theory is correct, #ButTheseAreMajorDetails. 

The most important aspect of this story is the fact that we now know what I’ve suspected for so long; that Trump is using his informational powers as POTUS behind the scenes in ways that we –and more importantly his enemies– have yet to discover.

The message was sent loud and clear to Rosenstein and Wray today. PDT is declassifying documents that they’ve fought every step of the way to keep private from their lawful overseers in Congress, and it could be the tip of the iceberg if they don’t play ball.

Remember, PDT never negotiates from weakness. #BelieveMe, threats were made to the DOJ. And as a result, John Kelly is on his way to Capitol Hill to tell the patriots on our side exactly what they’ve been trying to find out for the last year.

Like I said, folks, what a time to be alive. 

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IRAN IS SCREWED, PROBABLY:

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If the mullahs in Iran weren’t aware before, they definitely are now — there’s a new sheriff in town. 

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The Trump administration put Iran on notice today that any new deal would require it to — gasp! — actually stop enriching uranium and halt its support for terror groups in the region and around the world.  

New Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spelled out 12 requirements for a new agreement with Tehran that would require a big come-to-Jesus moment for the Iranian regime. Essentially, all the garbage they’re known for now has to go #ByeBye.


 

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THE COMPLETE LIST OF U.S. DEMANDS

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo outlined 12 basic requirements for a new agreement with Iran on nuclear and regional issues:

  • 1. Iran must provide a complete account of its previous nuclear-weapons research.
  • 2. Iran must stop uranium enrichment and never pursue plutonium reprocessing.
  • 3. Iran must provide the International Atomic Energy Agency “unqualified access” to all sites in the country.
  • 4. Iran must stop providing missiles to militant groups and halt the development of nuclear-capable missiles.
  • 5. Iran must release all U.S. and allied detainees.
  • 6. Iran must stop supporting militant groups, including Hezbollah, Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
  • 7. Iran must respect Iraqi sovereignty and permit the demobilization of the Shiite militias it has backed there.
  • 8. Iran must stop sending arms to the Houthis and work for a peaceful settlement in Yemen.
  • 9. Iran must withdraw all forces under its command from Syria.
  • 10. Iran must end support for the Taliban and stop harboring al Qaeda militants.
  • 11. Iran must end support by its paramilitary Quds Force for militant groups.
  • 12. Iran must end its threats to destroy Israel and stop threatening international ships. It must end cyberattacks and stop proxies from firing missiles into Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

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In return for agreeing to an accord on nuclear and regional issues to replace the #WorstDealOfAllTime known as the 2015 JCPOA from which PDT withdrew this month, Pompeo said the U.S. would lift the  economic sanctions it is now moving to impose, restore diplomatic and commercial ties and allow Iran to have access to advanced technology.

Basically, the administration is planning to apply the same strategy of “maximum pressure” to the Iranian government that it has sought to use with Rocket Man — a comparison Pompeo invoked:

 

“Our eyes are clear as to the nature of this regime, but our ears are open to what may be possible,” Pompeo said in a speech at the Heritage Foundation. “If anyone—especially the leaders of Iran—doubts the president’s sincerity or his vision, let them look at our diplomacy with North Korea.”

Iran (naturally)  denounced the new demands. “The world of today doesn’t accept that the U.S. decides for the world,” said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. “Who are you to decide for Iran and the world?”

Pro tip to the Iranian leaders: When you write “Death to America” and “Death to Iran” on your missiles, then fund terror all over the world that seeks to kill Americans, we start to decide things for you. Just a good rule of thumb to live by. 


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Meanwhile, Europe is trying to undercut us every way they can, working to preserve what they can of the existing deal. Diplomats have been waiting to see what strategy PDT would put forward after withdrawing from the Iran Deal last week so that they can form their own little #Resistance movement accordingly. And they don’t seem to be on board for Pompeo’s new, tougher proposal for a new grand bargain with Tehran that would stop both nuclear development and terror funding. 

Sloppy Boris Johnson, the British foreign secretary, said the U.S. decision to fold all of its disputes with Tehran into a “jumbo Iran treaty” would be very difficult to achieve “in anything like a reasonable timetable.”

Federica Mogherini, the globalist European Union’s foreign-policy chief, stubbornly insists that the previous deal was the best way to contain Tehran’s nuclear efforts and said the EU would support it as long as Iran did. “The deal belongs to the international community,” she said.

That may be so, but the international community doesn’t amount to a whole hell of a lot without the U.S., #ThatICanTellYou. The fact that so many major European companies have already made plans to exit Iran and stop dealing with the regime tells you all you need to know. The globalist bureaucrats in the EU may have never met a terror regime that they didn’t bow to, but business leaders damn sure bow to #TheDonald. And that will make all the difference. 


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For months, the Trump administration was involved in talks with Britain, France and Germany about ways to strengthen the deal. One of the administration’s goals was to ensure that the tight constraints on enrichment that were to be in effect for the first 10 years of the accord would never be relaxed, i.e. kill the “sunset provision” that allowed Iran to build nukes in 2025. 

But now that those discussions with the worthless Europeans have faltered and Trump has abandoned the agreement, his administration has dropped the Mr. Nice Guy act and now insist Iran not be allowed to enrich at all. That’s the position Trump wanted all along because, frankly, he’s not an idiot and knows that Iran has no “peaceful” intentions with that uranium. In fact, Pompeo suggested the prohibition on enrichment should be a “norm” that if accepted by Tehran should be also be applied to Saudi Arabia, which I certainly have no issue with. I don’t want any Muslim country having nukes. They follow the example of a really bad prophet. 

That, of course, is why it’s so important to stop Iran from getting a functional nuclear program. We may consider Iran to be our enemies, but we have nothing on the Saudis and a few other countries in the region. Point blank: If Iran gets the bomb, everyone else will too. Would you like the entire Middle East to be immersed in a nuclear arms race into perpetuity? Doesn’t sound like the best idea. 


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Pompeo also said Iran must provide “unqualified access” for inspectors to all sites throughout the country, a point the administration has stressed because Barry was so weak that he allowed inspectors to be banned from military faciities. No, I’m not kidding. 

Then comes the support for Hamas, Hezbollah and co. Among the demands, Pompeo said Iran must withdraw all of its forces from Syria, end its support for militant groups like Hezbollah, the Lebanese militia that has been one of Tehran’s longstanding allies, stop sending arms to the Houthi militia in Yemen, release all U.S. and allied citizens it has detained and cease its threats to destroy Israel.

Unless Iran can get its act together, Pompeo said, Iran would be saddled with “the strongest sanctions in history,” adding stress to its already struggling economy. If the Iranian regime didn’t yield to the U.S. demands, Pompeo suggested the Iranian people might take matters into their own hands.

“At the end of day, the Iranian people will decide the timeline,” Mr. Pompeo said. “At the end of the day, the Iranian people will get to make a choice about their leadership.”

This is very smart. The Iranian people, especially the youth, aren’t big fans of the regime. And when the economy goes to crap, they blame them more so than the U.S. The Iranian youth are actually very pro-Western. That’s a hell of a tool to employ and I’m puzzled as to why no one has done it until now. 


BIG PICTURE:

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Does the situation seem helpless? Yes. Does it seem like a pipe dream that Iran would reverse all its bad deeds and come to the table with genuine intent to change? Absolutely. 

But I said all those things about North Korea just a year ago. You’d be hard-pressed to find a foreign policy expert who envisioned Rocket Man skipping down to the DMZ to walk across the border, declare an end to the war and signal a willingness to negotiation denuclearization in exchange for “security concerns” (translation: please don’t kill me) and economic sanctions relief.

We’re essentially taking the same type of approach to Iran. No more appeasement, only demands to stop the threats and violence and a promise of pain if they don’t. 

PDT has said plainly that Iran won’t get a nuclear program on his watch. The Iranians better decide how seriously they take that promise. Frankly, the smartest thing they could do would be to shut down everything and play ball. If they still have nuclear ambitions, which I’m sure they do, they can start back up once Trump is out of office.

I’m not saying that’s what I want, just what would be their smartest move. 

As with everything else, we’ll have to wait and see if the maximum pressure campaign bears fruit, and whether the Iranian people will do a job that should be theirs anyway: taking out their terrorist leadership.

We know they want to. Let’s see if they have the courage. I have a feeling once everyone is broke, courage will be coming from all points on the Iranian map. 

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OH PLEASE GOD NO

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There’s nothing worse than a person who puts his own grudges ahead of what’s good for the country. And sorry, West Virginia, but that seems to describe Don Blankenship perfectly.

The former coal CEO and ex-convict Blankenship, fresh off a resounding loss in the GOP primary, announced today that he would run instead as a third-party candidate. Democrat Joe Manchin, whose very valuable Senate seat we have a decent chance of flipping in November, is no doubt laughing his ass off as I type this.


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Blankenship blasted the GOP establishment today, warning there would be payback for their attempts to sink his primary bid and accusing the White House of reneging on a promise to not get involved in the race.

“The political establishment is determined to keep me — the most anti-establishment candidate in the nation — out of the United States Senate,” he said in a statement announcing his plans. 

“The press and the establishment have colluded and lied to convince the public that I am a moron, a bigot, and a felon. They even went so far as to lie about my chances against Senator Joe Manchin in the general election,” Blankenship added. 

Actually, no, they didn’t. He will get slaughtered by Manchin. Just please trust me on this. He’s too polarizing of a figure. 


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There is good news, though. West Virginia has a so-called “sore loser” law that prevents failed primary candidates from changing their party affiliation to launch general election bids. A cursory glance at the law makes a pretty compelling case that Blankenship can’t run. I’m no lawyer, but it seems fairly cut and dried to me that he would be in violation of this law. 

Candidates who ran in a primary election and lost cannot change their voter registration to appear on the general election ballot as the nominee for a third party or as an unaffiliated candidate, according to a 2018 election guide put out by the West Virginia secretary of state’s office. I’m not sure how much clearer it could be, but leave it to lawyers to find loopholes and redefine words for their own purposes. Especially when being helped by Dims. 

 

Some legal experts are already coming out to note that the wording of the state’s code could give Blankenship an opening to challenge the law, setting up a legal battle between himself and Republican officials in the state. 

“The code is not clear. … In my mind there’s no clear answer short of a state’s Supreme Court decision,” said Robert Bastress, a professor at West Virginia University College of Law. 

Of course it’s some moonbat college professor weighing in to screw the GOP. 

Bastress added that the “most reasonable reading is it precludes primary losers from running,” but noted that Blankenship has “an argument going the other way.”

WELL IF THAT’S THE MOST REASONABLE READING WHY THE HELL ARE YOU ARGUING FOR IT TO GO TO COURT.

ARGH these people make me punch stuff. Just random stuff sitting around the house. I punch it because of these jackwads. Seriously. Then I type in caps lock. 


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The ambiguity, if one can call it that, seems to boil down to a section of the code cited by the secretary of state’s office as the basis for the sore loser law. The section says that groups of citizens can nominate individuals who “are not already candidates in the primary election for public office otherwise than by conventions or primary elections.”

Bastress noted that the section’s use of the present tense “are,” instead of a past tense “were,” could allow Blankenship to argue in court that the language doesn’t apply to him because he’s no longer a candidate in a primary election. 

“It’s not the strongest argument, but it’s ambiguous enough,” Bastress said, adding that Blankenship’s “got to litigate this if he wants to run.” 

Blankenship signaled today that he’s all too happy for a legal fight, predicting that he would ultimately prevail “absent a politically motivated decision by the courts.” Or absent a judge’s ability to friggin read. 

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BOTTOM LINE:

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Listen, I understand very well the desire to get back at Turtle McConnell. I hate the guy and all of his fellow swamp-dwellers. 

But the only way to effectively fight the Swamp is to send more people to D.C. who will be a reliable vote for the MAGA agenda. 

Patrick Morrisey is not a bad candidate. He fought like hell against the Obama administration long before Trump ever ran for POTUS and is 100% MAGA. Is he perfect? Of course not, no one is. But he’s pretty damn good, and HE CAN FLIP A FRIGGIN SENATE SEAT FOR US. 

Blankenship wants revenge against the GOP establishment for their efforts against his primary campaign, but he’s screwing us big time in the process. If it wouldn’t cost us a Senate seat, hell, I’d jump right in there with him and ask where I can be of service in his plan against Turtle. But Trumpers are fighting too damn hard to see such a flippable seat flushed down the drain just so Blankenship can have the last laugh in his personal feud with Turtle McConnell.

Please, Don, get your revenge however you need, but DON’T cost us this seat. Please just sit this one out and go at him a different way.

Please? 

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