Daily Recap — October 15

“I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: ‘Oh Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.’ And God granted it.”
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— Voltaire
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FACTS EMERGE….SORT OF

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The latest skirmish between the House of Saud and the Muslim Brotherhood, aka the Kashoggi murder, will soon be explained by the Saudis as an accidental killing during interrogation at their consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.

Since the official narrative is still under construction, it’s hard to tell just how much responsibility the Saudis will take for the killing, though from outward appearances they seem to be adopting PDT’s “rogue killers” framework. According to reports, the kingdom will deflect responsibility for the death away from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman by saying Khashoggi’s death was “unintentional” and the result of a “botched operation” by Saudi agents who were not authorized by the government’s top authorities.


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The Failing New York Times and Wall Street Journal are both reporting that Saudi Arabia will indicate the killing was done by an incompetent intelligence official.

“Woops! I meant to ask about his ties to the MB, boss, but I slipped, fell and sawed his limbs off instead! Good thing the royal family has no idea what’s happening inside their official consulate.”

Hey, it’s still not as dumb as texting an anti-Trump conspiracy on an FBI-issued phone (looking at you, Cooter Strzok.”

A joint team of Saudi and Turkish investigators on began their search of the Saudi consulate this past Monday, where Khashoggi went missing on Oct. 2. 

Turkish reports, naturally, have indicated Saudi agents were likely working on orders from Riyadh when they allegedly dismembered and killed Khashoggi. Turkey said they have unreleased video and audio evidence of the incident. 

Seeing as how the Saudis are going with the “rogue killers” narrative, I’m inclined to believe that the Turks do indeed have the goods, which speaks very poorly about the Saudi government. Yeah, there’s the gruesome torturous murder thing, but also, who the hell doesn’t expect an embassy inside an enemy country to be bugged? They may as well have carried this out inside Erdogan’s office.

They’re really bad at this.


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BIG PICTURE:

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Let’s shoot straight here, folks — no one tortures an enemy of the Saudi royal family to death in a Saudi consulate without the top dogs knowing. It just doesn’t happen. I suppose it’s possible that Kashoggi died accidentally while under interrogation, but I’d have to know the facts of the crime scene to make that determination. If the reports of his being sawed to death are true, that’s hardly accidental. Or was that part of the body disposal process after he’d already died? We simply don’t have enough facts to know.

PDT should know them, though, if Turkey has the footage as they claim. And as I mentioned above, the fact that the Saudis aren’t refuting the involvement of their own men leads me to believe that there is indeed hard evidence of some sort.

If the Saudis do indeed roll out the “rogue killers/incompetent interrogator” narrative, as they appear to be doing, it won’t be a good look. The first problem is it’s not very credible to anyone who understands how things work in that part of the world. The second issue is PDT began the narrative and, at least to the casual outsider, the Saudis appear to be getting on his sheet of music. 

The Left will portray Trump as being complicit in the coverup of a gruesome murder for the sake of preserving relations with a key Middle Eastern ally, and it won’t be a particularly tough case for them to make. 

This is an instance where PDT needs to tap into a talent of his that few others in DC possess; the knack for speaking above the media’s head and having a common sense discussion directly with the American people. He has a way of conveying messages that the media just can’t figure out, and he needs to kick it into high gear.

For example, most Americans, believe it or not, are rational. If PDT can speak to the American people, explain to them the harsh realities of the global threat matrix, i.e. the necessity of using pragmatism as opposed to idealism when dealing with Arab leaders, he can extinguish much of this scandal overnight. 

If he can explain some of the facts we discussed in last Friday’s recap, specifically Kashoggi’s connection to the Muslim Brotherhood and what that means within the Saudi Kingdom, he’ll be able to put a dent in what will almost certainly be a monolithic narrative throughout the week’s news cycle (including Fox). No, that’s not to say he should become a murder apologist and make the case that Kashoggi deserved it, but it does mean the American people will have a chance to understand this conflict as something between fellow Muslim rather than a poor lil WaPo reporter vs a tyrannical dictatorship.

Call it what you like, but most Americans are tired of being involved in Muslim garbage. And if PDT can convey that we’ll lose a whole boatload of jobs and cash if we involve in ourselves in this particular Muslim garbage, the cries for US involvement will die down quickly.

That being said, PDT will have to dole out some sort of punishment or another, having backed himself into a corner with his previous declarations. That is, unless he gets on the “Bin Salman had no idea what was happening” boat, which, again, will be a tough sell. What that punishment will be is still anyone’s guess, since PDT has essentially ruled out any sort of crippling economic sanctions. Expulsion of Saudi diplomats perhaps? We’ll find out.

I never said my analyses would be pretty; only honest.

And this one is.  

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LEAKIN’ JAMES WOLFE

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I know stories about deep-staters in handcuffs come at a premium, so hopefully this will hold you over until some bigger fish hit the frying pan.

Former Senate Intelligence Committee staffer James Wolfe today pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements to the FBI about his communication with journalists, aka leaking.

Wolfe earlier this year was indicted on three counts of making false statements to the federal agents when they questioned him about his contacts with journalists, according to the DOJ release.


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Judge Ketanji B. Jackson in court asked Wolfe, “Did you make a false statement to the FBI?” 

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“I did, your honor,” Wolfe replied.

Well that seems pretty cut and dried. Now if we can just arrest the FBI themselves for leaking and we’ll really be cookin with grease!

The biggest charge facing Wolfe dealt with The Failing New York Times’s Ali Watkins, with whom he’d been trading sensitive info in exhcange for sex for years. Just to make sure everyone read that correctly: The Failing NYT employs whores who sleep with federal employees for information, and when they’re caught they face little to no punishment (Watkins was merely reassigned).

The gubmint seized Watkins’s phone and email records while investigating Wolfe, setting off a Fake News panic about whether the federal government can subpoena journalists in order to identify their sources. In case you’re wondering, yes, they can, but journalists will never be punished for it whether they talk or otherwise. Those who have signed documentation swearing to protect information carry all the legal blame.

And Wolfe has most definitely signed a few nondisclosure agreements in his day, seeing as how he served as the friggin director of security for the Senate Intelligence Committee, which gave him access to all sorts of classified documents. Thankfully, Keebler Jeff’s leak hunt tracked him down or God knows what he’d be feeding the failing NYT to this day.

Whatever tactics Keebler used were effective, seeing as how Wolfe pleaded not guilty to the federal charges of lying to the FBI in June. There must have been a smoking gun somewhere, most likely within Watkins’ comms.


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BIG PICTURE:

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It’s very hard to catch leakers. The fact that Task Force: Keebler was able to track down a big fish like Wolfe dead to rights is very encouraging. It leads me to believe that they were able to find other info while they were at it.

I bet that little NYT floozy panicked and sang like a bird.

Stay tuned.

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THANK YOU FOR THIS, GOD

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Some pieces of good news are welcome breathers from the all-out Fake News assault that is the Trump news cycle. Some pieces of good news give on a little chuckle and make the day go by just a little easier. 

And then, there is the type of good news that makes one double over with laughter and refills the ole’ happiness tank for months to come. This is such a story.


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Stormy Daniels and Michael Avenatti saw their junk defamation suit against PDT go down in #BigBeautiful flames today, much to my delight as my happiness is directly attached to anything that brings Michael Avenatti abject misery.

But it gets so much better.

Not only was the case dismissed, but Avenatti is going to have to cut Donald J. Trump a #BigFat check for his trouble.

Don’t tell me we don’t have a loving God.


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Last April, like an idiot, Avenatti released a sketch of a man who allegedly threatened Daniels into remaining silent back in 2011. PDT tweeted, “A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. A total con job, playing the Fake News Media for Fools (but they know it)!”

Avenatti used that tweet as the basis for a defamation suit. Sigh. 

In response, PDT moved to have the complaint stricken under Texas’ anti-SLAPP statute, which provides special protection against frivolous litigation usurping one’s free speech activity. Charles Harder, his attorney, argued that the statement at issue represented protected opinion and that Daniels hadn’t sufficiently alleged damages nor stated facts to show Trump acted with actual malice. This is why Avenatti has to pay PDT’s legal bills. It’s also what Ben Shapiro used to make Clock Boy pay for his legal bills after a frivolous suit of his own. 


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Being a man of above-room-temperature IQ, U.S. District Court Judge S. James Otero concluded that Team Stormy failed to establish a prima facie case for defamation.

“The Court agrees with Mr. Trump’s argument because the tweet in question constitutes ‘rhetorical hyperbole’ normally associated with politics and public discourse in the United States,” states the opinion. “The First Amendment protects this type of rhetorical statement.”

The judge continued by defining “rhetorical hyperbole” as “extravagant exaggeration employed for rhetorical effect” and characterizes Trump’s tweet as displaying “an incredulous tone, suggesting that the content of his tweet was not meant to be understood as a literal statement about Plaintiff. Instead, Mr. Trump sought to use language to challenge Plaintiff’s account of her affair and the threat that she purportedly received in 2011. As the United States Supreme Court has held, a published statement that is ‘pointed, exaggerated, and heavily laden with emotional rhetoric and moral outrage’ cannot constitute a defamatory statement.”

LIBERALS, PLEASE READ THAT JUDGE’S STATEMENT 1000 TIMES, OR UNTIL YOU UNDERSTAND IT. YOU WILL SAVE YOURSELF AND EVERYONE ELSE SO MUCH HEARTACHE IN THE FUTURE. 

Judge Otero adds that Trump made a “one-off rhetorical comment, not a sustained attack on the veracity of Plaintiff’s claims” and that this distinguishes this suit from other cases where courts have seen enough to deem defamation from a public statement. The judge adds that Daniels’ assumption that PDT knew of the 2011 threat doesn’t establish facts adding up that he did, in fact, know about the threat. The judge ends up agreeing with PDT that Stormy hasn’t shown actual malice nor adequately pled damages.

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BIG PICTURE:

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If you ever need to smile, just think of all those people who donated to Stormy’s legal GoFundMe. 

Now imagine their faces once they learn that their donations may end up going to President Trump.

LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.

You’re welcome.

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THE LAUGHS DON’T STOP THERE, FOLKS

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This day was nothing short of amazing.

Before the Avenatti news made my face hurt from smiling, there was Chief Taxahonky making the most mind-numbing, misguided and counterproductive attempt at owning PDT I’ve witnessed to date, and that includes Complyin’ Ted’s 2016 RNC speech.

(If you didn’t want your dad brought into the campaign, maybe he shouldn’t have killed JFK, Ted.)

This morning, like manna from Heaven, presidential hopeful (lol) Elizabeth Warren utterly humiliated herself by releasing a report from Professor Carlos Bustamante of Stanford University stating that there was a possibility that Warren had a Native American ancestor anywhere from six to ten generations ago.

Embarrassing themselves to an equal or greater degree was the Failing Boston Globe, who unthinkingly ran with the narrative like good little propagandists: 

He concluded that “the vast majority” of Warren’s ancestry is European, but he added that “the results strongly support the existence of an unadmixed Native American ancestor.” Bustamante calculated that Warren’s pure Native American ancestor appears in her family tree “in the range of 6-10 generations ago.”

The report states that Warren could be just 1/1024th Native American. No, seriously. Go listen to a Doors album. By the time it’s done, you’ll be more Indian than Elizabeth Warren.

To make matters stupider, the study was based not on Native American DNA, but on Mexican, Peruvian, and Colombian DNA. Essentially, Bustamante relied upon migratory patterns to maybe guess that Warren kinda sorta had an Indian relative back during the Paleolithic Era.

Rachel Dolezal is blacker than Elizabeth Warren is Native American. 


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LIZ LIES SOME MORE:

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As if she were born without the part of the brain responsible for shame, Warren went straight to attack mode, suggesting that PDT had finally been proved wrong about her harrowing Indian upbringing our on the plains. The issue with that is, well, he hasn’t. Not even close. To refresh your memory, here is Princess Lying Wasp herself making her infamous Injun claims. Whaddayaknow, it involved more than some 10th generation maybe-ancestor:

 

This is Cory Booker-level ridiculous. She’s claiming that her mom was so Native, that her racist family tried to obstruct her marriage to her father. What a load of (Sitting) bull. Her own genetic analysis shows that if any relation exists at all, it’s her great-great-great-great-great-great grandparent…..at best.

But this didn’t stop Warren from claiming Native American lineage at both Pennsylvania and Harvard Law school, respectively. Warren claims that “extensive investigation” has proven her not to have received special benefits due to her ethnic claims. Assuming that’s true, we’ll just have to chalk it up to lying for fun, then. Or more accurately, lying because the worst thing to be in liberal social circles is white.

Make no mistake about it — leftism is a mental disorder.

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SHOW HER THE MONEY:

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The half a million dollar teaching gig she landed through her Native American claims apparently wasn’t enough, so Fauxcahontas is looking to cash in once more.

PDT once challenged Warren at a rally that, were she to prove her Native American status, he would pay a cool million bucks to a charity of her choice. Now Warren has come forward to collect what she sees as her rightly owed money. 

But the test didn’t show that she was Native American. In fact, it showed she was 0.09% Native American, which is about half the rate of the average American. There is literally a better than 50% chance that PDT has more Native blood than her.

So if PDT were to pay her according to the percentage of Native she actually is, his check would be for a whopping $976.56, or about 1/1024th of $1 million. That’s if he’s being generous, of course. Warren has not in any way demonstrated herself to be “a Native American.” By her logic, my ethnic background could be labeled as “stardust.” 

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It doesn’t get much worse than this, or better than this if you’re wearing a #MAGA hat. That not a single person from her political team stood up to say, “this is intensely stupid, maybe we ought to rethink it” is absolutely stunning.

Perhaps the funniest part is this was supposed to be the grand beginning of Warren’s 2020 presidential run. While releasing her DNA results this morning, she even posted an accompanying video telling the demonstrably untrue story about her Native heritage in Oklahoma. In another video, she’s excitedly getting her DNA results from the geneticist over the phone, all giddy-like as if she were getting good news. 

It’s quite bizarre, frankly.

What may be most disconcerting, though honestly not surprising, is how mindlessly the legacy media went with this headline, most printing some variation of “Smoking Gun Evidence Found for Warren’s Ancestry.” We’ve known for a while that the media work hand in hand with the Dim party to push the narrative of the day, but the degree to which it’s done without so much as a critical thought truly is astonishing. 

This, ladies and gentlemen, is why PDT can call the media “Fake News” and have most Americans agree. Luckily for us, the elites’ coastal bubble is so thick that they still don’t understand just how transparent they’ve become. 

I’ve said it over and over and today I’ll say it again: our enemies are our best assets.

And God knows, Trump has a way of bringing out their best.

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