90 Miles From Tyranny : 2022-10-23

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Saturday, October 29, 2022

Girls With Guns

Visage à trois #561

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Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #742


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Leaked FBI Pamphlet Lists ‘Misinformation’ And ‘Disinformation’ As ‘Election Crimes’

An FBI “2022 Midterm Elections Social Media Analysis Cheat Sheet” leaked to Project Veritas by an agency whistleblower lists misinformation and disinformation as ‘election crimes.’

The ‘crimes’ are are defined as;

“DISINFORMATION” – False or inaccurate information intended to mislead others. Disinformation campaigns on social media are used to deliberately confuse, trick, or upset the public.

“MISINFORMATION” – False or misleading information spread mistakenly or unintentionally.

Does a Hillary Clinton-approved media blitz disinformation campaign to smear her political opponent as a Russian asset count?

What about “MSM censorship campaigns to suppress...

Infamous Steele Dossier: FBI nurtured biggest hoax in American history

The FBI’s gaslighting of then candidate Donald Trump began on Sept. 19, 2016, when the first chapters of a novel called the “Christopher Steele Dossier” arrived at Washington headquarters.

Thanks to special counsel John Durham, we now know the FBI’s dossier addiction lasted four years, driving it to pay Russian Igor Danchenko to turn fiction into reality. He never could. The FBI Trump destruction quest outlasted Robert Mueller’s Russia inquiry (2017-19) and nearly the Trump presidency before Mr. Danchenko stepped aside.

The novel’s villain was Mr. Trump, of course. He sat atop an enormous illegal conspiracy involving the Kremlin computer-hacking Hillary Clinton into defeat. The novel’s advance money and marketing were handled by Mrs. Clinton‘s team. They took it right to the FBI, which stood ready to do her bidding.

The FBI‘s Seventh Floor leadership, led by Director James Comey, was so determined to snare Mr. Trump it promised Mr. Steele a $1 million reward and put his unreliable source, Mr. Danchenko, on its payroll as an official confidential human source (CHS).

In deep blue D.C. and Alexandria, Mr. Durham failed twice to win “Russiagate” convictions, most recently Mr. Danchenko. A Virginia jury found him not guilty of lying to agents in 2017 debriefings that led to his FBI promotion to official CHS.

But Mr. Durham’s court filings, and FBI witnesses in Alexandria, laid out a horrible history for the once-respected FBI. It was so willing to bring down an elected president that it flashed cash in the faces of the very two people who collaborated on what turned out to be, partly or fully, Kremlin disinformation.

On that Sept. 19, 2016, day, such glee erupted inside the FBI that agents began plotting how the dossier would provide them the evidence to persuade judges to authorize wiretaps. They could then spy on Trump people incriminating themselves in texts and emails with the Russians. Off the FBI went to Rome to rendezvous with Mr. Steele, the former British spy.

Flying in from London, Mr. Steele huddled with FBI emissaries. He couldn’t validate anything. So the FBI took the next odd steps: It offered him the $1 million, a fact not known pre-Durham; and it started knowingly putting his gossip into sworn affidavits to obtain four wiretaps on campaign volunteer Carter Page. Meanwhile, it kept turning over every piece of Trump furniture to find the “extensive conspiracy” of which author Steele wrote.

Brian Auten, an FBI senior intelligence analyst assigned to the anti-Trump Crossfire Hurricane, testified at the Danchenko trial. He said that from the start of 2016, neither FBI databases nor the entire U.S. intelligence network could confirm any Steele claim.

Yet months later, Mr. Comey was so dossier-enamored that he announced to the world...

Visage à trois #560

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Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #741

Real Or Not Real?


Police Dispatch Audio: Paul Pelosi When Calling Cops Said ‘He Doesn’t Know Who the Male Is but He Advised that His Name Is David and He Is a Friend’

Paul Pelosi reportedly told 911 dispatch that the individual who allegedly attacked him with a hammer in his home “is a friend,” according to a police dispatch call early Friday morning.

The alleged intruder reportedly attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer, which forced him to undergo emergency surgery for his injuries.

Officers later identified 42-year-old Berkeley resident David DePape as Pelosi’s attacker. DePape was reportedly wearing only underwear when officers arrived on the scene. He was taken into custody and will be charged with multiple felonies, including attempted murder, San Francisco district attorney Brooke Jenkins announced.

Emergency dispatch officials provided the police officers with an address on the 2600 block of Broadway street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, according to a dispatch call that took place around 2:28 a.m. on Friday.

A dispatch official calls out during the call to a police car with specific instructions and an address.

“Copy,” replied the person on the other end of the call.

The dispatch official then said that Pelosi informed 911 that he did not know who the attacker was but gave his name and then explained that “he is a friend.”

“RP [Reporting Person] stated that there’s a male in the home and that he’s going to wait for his wife. RP stated that he doesn’t know who the male is but he advised that his name is David, and that he is a friend,” the dispatch official said. “RP sounded somewhat confused.

Later in the day, the FBI visited a Berkeley home linked to DePape, which neighbors call the “hippie collective,” NBC Bay Area’s Jaxon Van Derbeken reported.

Interestingly, a photo of the outside of the house revealed several signs supporting left-leaning causes, which stands in contrast to attempts to link the attacker to “MAGA extremists.”

For example, an American flag with rainbow colors and marijuana leaves can be seen in front of the house. Looking closer, a handwritten “Black Lives Matter” sign can be seen hanging in one of the home’s windows.

Further, another sign posted in a different window reads, “Berkeley Stands United Against Hate,” which refers to a...

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The 90 Miles Mystery Video: Nyctophilia Edition 1186

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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #1886

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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Friday, October 28, 2022

Girls With Guns

Visage à trois #559

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Mandela Barnes: ‘God, Country, and Guns’ Rhetoric as Dangerous as ISIS Terrorists

Wisconsin Dem praised Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei and Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad

Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate Mandela Barnes said people who support "God, country, and guns" are espousing the same "dangerous" rhetoric as members of the terrorist group ISIS.

Barnes made the comments in a Twitter post in November 2015, two days after terrorists carried out a string of coordinated attacks in France that killed 130 people. ISIS—which claimed at the time that it had established a caliphate in parts of Iraq and Syria—took credit for the attacks.

"There are people in the legislature who feel a caliphate threat is real in America," said Barnes in a Nov. 16, 2015, post. "I try to remind them of their theocratic votes."

"God, country, and guns is as dangerous of a rhetoric here as it is over there," added Barnes.

The comments could fuel concerns over Barnes's fiery and often controversial social media posts. His opponent, Republican senator Ron Johnson, has slammed Barnes over posts praising Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei and defending Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, which were first reported by the Washington Free Beacon.

Barnes did not respond to a request for comment.

In other posts publicized by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Barnes said he "really could not care less about a Second Amendment ‘right'" to bear arms and mocked House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R., La.) for supporting gun rights after the Republican got shot by a deranged Bernie Sanders supporter in 2017.

He also slammed George Washington as a slave owner after another Twitter user called Washington "one of the top presidents."

"Yeah. I mean, if slave owning is your thing, have at it!" wrote Barnes.

Barnes has tried to distance himself from last year's "defund the police" and "Abolish ICE" movements despite taking funding from those groups and making social media posts that indicate he supported those campaigns. The Johnson campaign has highlighted the Democrat's long history of far-left positions, including his support for ending cash bail, his argument that the United States must "stymie capitalism" to address climate change, and...