90 Miles From Tyranny : 2019-04-21

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Girls With Guns

When Democrats Make The Rules...




The Framing of Michael Flynn


The Sad But Compelling Tale Of The Misguided, Mal-Informed Girl Who Virtue Signaled Herself To Death....


I actually have to leave the details out of this tale, because it's actually a FUCKING NIGHTMARE.

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The Legend of Sawney Bean

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I Hope The Russians Trick Me Into Voting For Trump Again In 2020!!


You Must Surrender To Russia's Cheap Trick....




Whatever happened to all this season's losers of the year? 
Every time I got to thinking, where'd they disappear? 

When I woke up, mom and dad are rolling on the couch. 
Rolling numbers, rock and rolling, got my Kiss records out. 

Mommy's alright, daddy's alright, they just seem a little weird. 
Surrender, surrender, but don't give yourself away, ay, ay, ay.

Being Joe Biden....


Florida Muslim Man had sexual relationship with 12-year-old niece, wanted to marry her, officials say

Tampa, Florida – U.S. District Judge James D. Whittemore has sentenced Mirza Afzal Hussain (56, Brandon) to 37 years in federal prison for enticement of a minor, document fraud, and aggravated identity theft.

A federal jury found Hussain guilty on January 11, 2019, after a one-week trial.

According to court documents and the evidence presented at trial, Hussain agreed to house his sister and her family, including two minor daughters, when the relatives legally immigrated to the United States from Bangladesh in 2010. Hussain’s relatives were culturally and socially isolated, did not have employment, lacked transportation, and spoke very little English. During their stay at his house, Hussain developed a romantic and sexual interest in his 12-year old niece. He bought the child tight fitting clothing, romantic jewelry, and cellphones. He also sexually battered his niece and started living with her openly as if she were his spouse—in front of her family and his wife.

Hussain’s wife left him, and, in early 2012, the relatives (including his 12-year-old niece), also moved out of his home. Hussain sent numerous sexually explicit text messages to his niece—professing his love for her and his intention to marry her, discussing sex with her, soliciting naked photographs from her, and asking her to masturbate for him. He also manipulated her into falsifying reports claiming that her parents were abusing her.

In November 2012, Hussain traveled to Bangladesh and obtained a false birth certificate that changed his niece’s birthdate, making her appear to be three years older. He returned to the United States and used that birth certificate fraudulently to obtain a new Legal Permanent Resident Card reflecting her new birth year. Hussain then showed up at his niece’s home and tried to take her away from her parents—presenting the Legal Permanent Resident Card as proof that she was an adult.

“This criminal put his own agenda first, hurting his own family. He thought he could get away with his despicable behavior by lying and blaming others for his actions,” said HSI Tampa Special Agent in Charge James C. Spero. “Thanks to our HSI special agents and law enforcement partners, a jury of his peers found him guilty and he will now be unable to harm...

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No CUCKS Allowed.

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Illegal Immigrant Previously Deported 5 Times Charged in Brutal Murder of 4-Month-Old Boy



President Donald Trump has been repeatedly hounded by the left for saying — perhaps a bit bluntly — that many of the immigrants who enter the country illegally are not the best and brightest just looking for a better life. But over and over, he has been proved to be correct.

That was once again shown to be the case in Tennessee this month. A child is now dead after police say an illegal alien murdered him with his bare hands in a fit of rage.

“Memphis police arrested a man after they said he punched a baby so hard it stopped breathing,” WHBQ-TV in Memphis reported. “According to police, the victim’s mother called 911 on April 12 when her four-month-old child was found unresponsive.”

Although the infant was rushed to a hospital, he was dead by the time he arrived. The child’s mother and her boyfriend, identified as Jose Avila-Agurcia, at first insisted that they had no idea why the boy had stopped breathing. But after suspicion fell on Avila-Agurcia, officers learned the disturbing details.

“Police said investigators met with the mother who said her boyfriend confessed he punched the child in the head multiple times when he learned the child was not his,” WHBQ reported.

That situation is shocking and tragic, but it might have been avoided if the nation’s immigration laws were better enforced. It turns out that the boyfriend, who has been charged with first-degree murder, had been deported from the United States not just once but five times.

“U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Bryan D. Cox said Avila-Agurcia is an alias for Carlos Zuniga-Aviles, a Honduran national who has been deported five times. The agency has filed an immigration detainer pending resolution of the charge,” The Associated Press reported.



How well that detainer will work is a very open question, considering he already has been kicked out of the country nearly half a dozen times. At a time when liberals and even some on the right seem to shrug off the border problem, it seems almost anyone can waltz into the country no matter his background.

While much of the focus on the porous border has centered on Mexico, the countries in Central America — including the accused murderer’s nation of Honduras — are increasingly in the spotlight.

Honduras has been the source of thousands of migrants who banded together to form caravans, which then pushed through Guatemala and into Mexico, sometimes clashing with border police and other times being essentially waved through.

Attempts by Mexican officials to identify and track who is in the groups have largely failed, and residents of border states in northern Mexico have begun pushing back against the waves of...

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10 Offbeat Stories You Might Have Missed This Week (4/27/19)

With another week in the history books, it’s time to sit back and review some of the stories that made the news over the last few days. Click here if you want to get caught up on last week’s offbeat list.We have quite a few tales from the world of crime this week. There are the antics of a bumbling Australian robber, the scam of Moroccan tree-climbing goats, and the lookout parrot used by Brazilian drug dealers. In science news, anthropologists study the importance of ancient beer, while paleontologists marvel at the strangest crab that has ever lived.


10Florida Bunny Strikes



Normally, the Easter Bunny brings joy and chocolate eggs, but the lesser-known Florida Bunny only served a can of whoop-ass on Easter Sunday. A video has made the rounds online showing a person in a bunny costume joining a fight between a man and a woman outside a bar in downtown Orlando.[1]At the moment, it is unclear what the brawl was about or who started it. The clip begins with the fight in progress and shows the bunny jumping in to the woman’s aid while other onlookers are content to film and cheer.The bunny gets a few decent shots in before police arrive on the scene and break it up. Local news reported that there were no arrests following the altercation because nobody wanted to press charges.In a later development, the identity of the bunny was revealed as 20-year-old Antoine McDonald, who is wanted in New Jersey for multiple car burglaries.

9Potholes Save Lives


It is hard to think of anything which is universally hated by everyone on the planet, but potholes make a strong candidate. Even so, there is at least one man from Gretna, Nebraska, who might have a pothole to thank for saving his life.On Monday afternoon, a 59-year-old man was in an ambulance being rushed to the hospital. His heart rate was through the roof, peaking at 200 beats per minute. Paramedics did not think he would survive the 20-minute trip to the hospital, but then the ambulance hit a pothole. Something curious happened: The patient’s heart was restored to normal rhythms.[2]The man arrived at the emergency room in time and was released from the hospital after making a full recovery. Nebraska Medicine’s Dr. Andrew Goldsweig referred to the strange phenomenon as “rare, but [ . . . ] well-described.” An electrical shock using paddles is the classic way shown on television of dealing with an irregular heartbeat, but apparently, a jolt from a pothole accomplishes the same thing. Gretna authorities refused to disclose the location of the livesaving crater to protect the patient’s privacy.

8A Society Built On Beer




Anthropologists from the Field Museum in Chicago have been studying the Wari culture and believe they have uncovered one of the main reasons why it survived for 500 years: a steady supply of beer.The Wari Empire emerged around AD 600 and occupied most of modern-day Peru. About two decades ago, a team from the Field Museum uncovered an ancient brewery in Cerro Baul, which they believe showed how important the alcoholic drink was to Wari society.The Wari made a beverage called chicha, which was served at taverns located next to the brewery. The drink was only good for about a week, so it could not be shipped. Instead, people from all over the empire attended festivals in Cerro Baul, where they partook of chicha. They included hundreds of politicians and other VIPs who would drink out of 0.9-meter-tall (3 ft) vessels decorated like Wari gods.[3]Researchers analyzed shards of those vessels and established the origins of the clay and the chemical composition of the beer. They determined that the clay was local and that the beverage was made from drought-resistant pepper berries. Anthropologists argue that brewers wanted to ensure that there was always a steady supply of alcohol, which was important to the stability of Wari society.

7There Is No Place Like Home



Last Saturday night, an Austrian man who escaped prison over a decade ago turned himself in to the authorities because he was fed up with living on a beach in the Canary Islands.The 64-year-old man landed at Munich Airport and took the railway to Salzburg. Jumping out of the train carrying two suitcases, he approached nearby police officers and informed them that he was a fugitive from the law. While authorities did not publicly identify him, they did confirm that he escaped prison in Eastern Austria and was taken back to jail.[4]According to a statement given by the fugitive to police, he spent the last ten and a half years on the run, mostly on Tenerife. In the end, he wanted to come home because he’d lived there long enough and also because the popular tourist destination “is not as nice as it used to be.”

6The Goat Boondoggle Of Morocco

Photo credit: Aaron Gekoski/Caters News
An investigative environmentalist has exposed the famed tree-climbing goats of Morocco as a scam.If you browse the Internet long enough, chances are you will see a picture of these intrepid animals perched on the branches of the Argania tree in Morocco. These kinds of images are wildly popular and often get shared on social media. People are surprised when they find out that the photographs are genuine. The goats really are up in the trees; they just didn’t get there by themselves. In fact, the whole thing appears to be a racket dreamed up by local farmers to boost tourism.British photographer Aaron Gekoski has discovered that people are placing the goats up in trees so that they can charge tourists for photographs.[5] Being nimble and adept climbers, the animals can stand in the trees for hours without falling. When they get tired, the farmers swap them out with a different set. They take them all down in the afternoon and start over again at sunrise.

5Air For Sale



Photo credit: AFP
Next week will be a momentous period for Japan, as Emperor Akihito will abdicate, and his son, Naruhito, will assume the Chrysanthemum Throne. This will also mark the end of the Heisei period and will signal the start of a new era called Reiwa, which means “beautiful harmony.” However, those who wish to remember the old days can do so by buying cans of “air of an outgoing era.”[6]The cans have gone on sale this week and cost around 1,000 yen ($9). The air itself comes from the village of Henari in Gifu Prefecture because...

Inspector General Report Findings are “Devastating”; Criminal Referrals Coming

The forthcoming Inspector General report will recommend “criminal referrals” and will contain “devastating” information about FISA abuses.

Former US Attorney Joe diGenova joined former Governor Mike Huckabee and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani Wednesday night on The Ingraham Angle.

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: DiGenova told the panel the Inspector General report and a solo report on James Comey are coming out in about two weeks. DiGenova says the report will contain criminal referrals.

Joe DiGenova: The Horowitz report is coming out in May or early June. There’s another report that everyone has forgotten about involving James Comey alone. That will be out in two weeks. That report is going to be a bombshell. It is going to open up the investigation on a very high note and there are going to be criminal referrals in it.

On Thursday investigative reporter dropped another bomb on the upcoming Inspector General (IG) report.


According to PaulSperry, “FBI agents Joe Pientka and Mike Gaeta, along with DOJ official Stu Evans, are figuring prominently as witnesses in IG Horowitz’s investigation of department FISA abuses. The findings in the forthcoming IG report are said to be “devastating.”


Paul Sperry then added something we already knew, it appears Barack Obama and his administration had a heavier hand in interfering in the 2016 election than Putin!

Morning Mistress

The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #604


You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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Judge charged with obstruction for helping an alien criminal escape

We finally have a case with a judge arraigned for committing a crime. They usually do whatever they want, especially if it concerns illegal immigrants who have committed crimes. Bleeding heart judges don’t abide by the rule of law and they have sworn to abide by the law.

These judges who help criminal illegal aliens escape ICE have been getting away with it, until now.

Newton District Court Judge Shelley M. Richmond Joseph, 51, appeared in U.S. District Court in Boston on Thursday. She was arraigned on obstruction of justice stemming from an incident that allegedly took place on April 2, 2018.

Prosecutors claimed in court documents earlier Thursday that Joseph, along with 56-year-old court officer Wesley MacGregor, helped Jose Medina-Perez, a twice-deported illegal immigrant with a fugitive warrant for drunk driving in Pennsylvania, sneak out a back door after he appeared in court to be arraigned on drug charges, according to MassLive.com.




We wouldn’t want to lose him, we say ironically. What an upstanding citizen he’d make. What is wrong with these people and why do they find it so hard to simply abide by the law?

Authorities alleged that Joseph asked an immigration agent who was in the courtroom to leave, and said Medina-Perez would be released into the courthouse lobby.

But after the hearing, MacGregor led him downstairs to the lockup and out a back door, U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts Andrew Lelling said.

If this man kills someone while driving drunk or drugged, this judge should be put on trial.

This case is a step in the right direction, back towards the rule of law. It’s a sorry state of affairs when judges make up the laws as they...

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Stunning texts implicate Pence’s former chief-of-staff as a mole to ‘infiltrate’ WH admin. Trump sounds off!

Newly uncovered evidence suggests that disgraced former FBI special agent Peter Strzok and his paramour, former disgraced FBI lawyer Lisa Page, attempted in 2016 to recruit then-Trump transition member Josh Pitcock, who later went on to serve as Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff through early 2017, to help them in their surveillance efforts of President Donald Trump and his transition team.

Earlier this month Attorney General Bill Barr revealed to Congress that he intends to examine the FBI’s 2016 election surveillance efforts to determine whether the bureau’s indisputable surveillance of Trump’s election campaign and transition team officials had been on the up and up.

In a bid to assist Barr in his examination, this week two GOP Senate leaders submitted a letter to the AG that contained previously unrevealed texts from Strzok and Page.

“[I]n the course of our oversight work we have reviewed certain text messages that may show potential attempts by the FBI to conduct surveillance of President-elect Trump’s transition team,” Senate Finance Committee chairman Sen. Charles Grassley and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee chair Sen. Ron Johnson wrote in their letter to Barr.

In these texts from November 2016, Strzok and Page can be seen discussing recruiting the husband of someone named “Katie” to determine whether there were any officials within Trump’s transition team that the duo could “develop for potential relationships.”

While the identity of “Katie” isn’t revealed in the texts, renowned investigative reporter Sara Carter suspects that she may be Katherine Seaman, the wife of Pitcock.

According to Carter’s sources, Seaman worked “as an analyst for Strzok on the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server” up until Trump and Pence accepted the GOP nomination in the summer of 2016. Then she reportedly recused herself from the investigation.

Given this finding, it seems as if Strzok and Page’s texts had therefore referred to the possibility of recruiting Seaman’s husband to help them surveil then-President-elect Trump’s transition team.

A screenshot of the relevant texts may be seen below, courtesy Carter:





“The nature of these communications, and the precise purpose of any attempts to ‘develop relationships’ with Trump or Pence transition team staff are not immediately clear,” Grassley and Johnson wrote in their letter to Barr. “Were these efforts done to gain better communication between the respective parties, or were the briefings used as intelligence gathering operations?”

“Further, did any such surveillance activities continue beyond the inauguration, and in the event they did, were those activities subject to proper predication? Any improper FBI surveillance activities that were conducted before or after the 2016 election must be brought to light and properly addressed.”

Speaking Thursday evening on Fox News’ “Hannity” about these newly discovered texts, the president expressed dismay, describing the discovery as...