August 16, 2022

"Dear Colleague" letter from some FBLie asshole to his comrades is a propaganda masterpiece

The letter in the pic below seems to be from a propagandist in either the FBI or DOJ.  You may be able to enlarge by clicking.  In any case, transcript below.  (I've used abbrieviations for brevity.)

Transcript of letter:

Last night DHS and DOJ issued a Joint Intelligence Bulletin...providing information on the potential for domestic violent extremists to carry out attacks on federal, state and local law enforcement and government personnel or facilities.

This information is being shared in light of an increase in threats and acts of violence, including armed encounters, against [everyone in gruberment] in reaction to the FBI's recent execution of a court-authorized search warrant.  Since the search, the FBI and DHS have observed an increase in violent threats posted on social media against federal officials and facilities.

Note how the propagandist takes pains to explain to voters that the search warrant was authorized by a [corrupt] judge, as if that makes everything ducky.  He doesn't mention that the DOJ/FBLie didn't even try to get a district judge to approve the warrant--which was absurdly, unconstitutionally overbroad--so obvious that an honest judge would almost certainly declined to approve it!  So DOJ/FBLie used a known-corrupt "magistrate"--Rineheart, who was a U.S. attorney in Florida and switched sides in a single day to defend Jeffrey Epstein.  But not one American in a million knows a word about that.

Here's the crux of the letter--trying to paint anyone who objects to literally unlimited numbers of illegal aliens entering the U.S. across the southern border as "domestic violent extremists."  Has nothing to do with the raid, but plants the idea in the target audience that everyone who objects to unlimited illegal immigration is a "domestic violent extremist."

In addition, as described in the June 7 National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin, some domestic violent extremists have expressed grievances related to the false perception that the U.S. gruberment is NOT working to maintain security along the U.S.-Mexico border...

Propagandist claims that thinking the regime is NOT working to "maintain" security on the border is a "false perception," eh? It's actually a TRUE perception.  There is NO security on the Mexican border, and everyone with a functioning brain knows it.

///and there remains increased risk of domestic violent extremists relying on these grievances to justify violence against officials involved in the enforcement of border security.

Again, there is NO enforcement of security on the border.  Everyone who crosses is waved right in, then given a taxpayer-funded jet flight to cities far from the border.  Propagandist repeats the lie because the more you repeat it, the more an uninfored person is likely to believe it.

While there is no current, specific, credible threat to any of our employees, recent events such as the 11 August attempted entry of the FBI's Cincinnati Field Office, remind us that our important work could put us in situations that can be both difficult and dangerous.

Sparky, the only work you thugs do is persecute people who believe in the rights enumerated in the Constitution, including the 9th and 10th Amendments.

Please stay vigilant and aware of your surroundings as you work to preserve public safety and national security.  Thank you for your steadfast commitment to serving our nation with valor and integrity."
Again, you thugs do NOT preserve either public safety or "national security."  You just claim to.  Cuz the rubes will believe it, eh?  Y'all claim to be about "law."  What a sick joke.  You entrapped the rubes from Michigan into plotting to kidnap Gretch, you had undercover agents in the Jan 6 crowd breaking windows right next to open doors (!) and then standing back and urging people to enter.  It's on video!

This "Dear Colleague" letter is a masterpiece of propaganda--self-serving horseshit from top to bottom.  The author's mission was to get fence-sitting voters to not vote GOP in November, and the obvious way to do that is to scream that "domestic violent extremists" have threatened violence.

Breathless innuendo notwithstanding, there haven't been any threats from any sane Americans against any gruberment thugs or facilities, because sane Americans know the thugs will throw you in jail for over 18 months without charges or bail or attorneys if you threaten 'em.  So sane people decline.

Now I have no doubt that the same crew of liars and propagandists who crafted the Dear Colleague letter also used FBLie accounts on social media sites to post any kinds of threats they felt would accomplish their mission.  But they quickly reversed by saying "there is no current...*credible threat*" to either thug personnel or facilities.

They had to back off, because if they'd posted the actual (alleged) threat, skeptics would have demanded the name of the account.  And unless they've gotten a LOT more clever, by doing some clever analysis, internet experts can find out if it's really an FBLie account.

BTW, this is from the same outfit that originally claimed that Attorney-General junior thug Merrick Garland did NOT sign off on the raid.  This was so absurd, so unbelievable, that the DOJ quickly backtracked, now saying Garland didn't know the exact time planned for the raid.  Nice recovery.


Tucker Carlson analyzes DOJ's "stated excuses" for FBLie raid on Mar-a-Lago

The FBI had inspected the room with the boxes of data in both January and June, and knew what was there.  If it had been "ultra-secret material" (as one breathless CNN propagandist put it), or "nuclear secrets"--as other leftist rags claimed--they wouldn't have waited to seize it.

Certainly we unconnected Americans have no idea what was there, but the fact that the story has constantly changed suggests the regime, and Garland and the DOJ and FBI are lying.

This was a political hit to keep Trump from running in 2024--and with a far less-important goal of trying to peel away GOP support among independents in November.

Tucker Carlson takes it apart here last night.  Well worth a few minutes.

August 14, 2022

NPR: "Oh NOOO! Florida is offering license plate bearing dis hateful symbol of violent insurrections!!"

Florida is offering drivers a license plate featuring a pic of the "Gadsden flag"--and the leftists at NPR are wailing that this is "hate speech" or some sort of declaration of war on Americans.

NPR story: "A Florida license plate has reopened the debate over the 'Don't tread on me' flag
  by Scott Neuman, August 10, 2022

The Gadsden flag dates to Benjamin Franklin.  BUT "for many" it now symbolizes a far-right extremist ideology and the "Stop the Steal" movement that sought to [investigate massive fraud in six "swing states" in the 2020 presidential election].

But such plates *have gotten pushback,* not only in Florida, but in states such as Kansas, Missouri and Virginia.

>>OH NO, NOT "pushback"!  Wonder what ol' pantywaist Scott means by that, eh?  Let's ask the communists at the Southern Poverty Law Center:

Rachel Rivas, a deputy director at the SPLC, says "Florida can't claim a lack of knowledge about what this image represents to most of the public."

>>Gosh Rachel, what do you claim the image *does* represent "to most of the public,* eh?  The Revolutionary War--our war of independence?  Oh NO!

She says it's become clear that the flag has been used for some "really awful" causes, most notably the Jan. 6 [protest] at the U.S. Capitol, where [police killed two protesters as part of an FBLie plot to turn a peaceful protest into a Democrat propaganda opportunity].

The history of the Gadsden flag

Benjamin Franklin was the first to use the rattlesnake as a symbol of defiance against the British crown, says a journalist-historian.  In 1775, Christopher Gadsden, a South Carolina politician, "took that *menacing rattlesnake* and put it on the flag,"

"It really was just completely an anti-British [and] anti-colonial symbol," he says.

A writer for the leftist rag The New Yorker noted that by the 1970s "it had some popularity in Libertarian circles, as a symbol of enthusiasm for minimal government and the rights of individuals."

>>Well there ya go, citizen: Anything advocating minimal government and the rights of citizens is automatically suspect to the Left and the Media.

Then the Tea Party movement adopted the banner, and since then it has gone on to become a symbol for anti-government groups and individuals.

>>Cite?  Certainly conservatives support an FBI that doesn't shoot your dog or break down your door at 4 a.m., or shoot unarmed mothers carrying their infant, as FBI sniper Lon Horiuchi did Randy Weaver's wife at Ruby Ridge.

Extreme or not, First Amendment scholars the Gadsden flag and the "Don't Tread on Me" motto are legitimate, protected speech.  Of course we at NPR don't agree:  We're sure it's "hate speech," since it's used to symbolize disgust with our wonderful, brilliant, compassionate government!  And we believe anyone who displays it should be jailed, just like those awful people who complained about election fraud!

Other controversial slogans routinely appear on license plates across the country.  One of the most incendiary is 'Live free or die.'  We at NPR cannot believe such an anti-government license plate would be permitted.  It's nothing short of "hate speech," since it implies that citizens have the right to resist a government that takes away their freedom.  We at NPR can't even  imagine any good person would want to live in a nation that put freedom above obedience.

Of course some hateful, violent right-wing extremists claim "Live free or die" is actually the state motto of New Hampshire, but we can't confirm that.

Another expert noted that District of Columbia plates bear a version of the colonial-era rallying cry "No taxation without representation," but we seriously doubt it really means that.  And he notes that "'Don't Tread on Me' has more extreme, scary, right-wing connotations, and therefore should not be considered protected speech.

On the other hand, slogans like "Trust Women/Respect Choice" which is an option on license plates in Virginia, is perfectly peaceful and good.

>>Say, remember the propagandist's claim that offering the Gadsden flag on special-order plates had gotten "pushback" in Kansas?

Kansas approved the "Don't Tread on Me" plates only weeks after the Jan. 6, 2021 [protest].

Democrat Dinah Sykes, minority leader in the state senate, opposed allowing the state to offer plates with the flag design.  "I think a lot of people would argue that it's become a symbol of the people who marched on the Capitol," she says. "I don't think it's appropriate.  When I see that, whether it's a flag or a license plate ... it's not a good feeling for me."

>>See, we Dems really really support "free speech"--except when it's anything we don't like.

>>Hey Dinah, here's another flag lots of people carried on Jan 6th.  By your logic this flag would also be "hate speech" since it represents free people who don't like being dictated to by assholes.  So you should make a law preventing "violent right-wing extremists militia members" from carrying this one too.  And I expect that any day now you and your Democrat comrades will try that.  After all, public schools in California RULED that students couldn't wear shirts bearing this same flag, so not much of a stretch for ya, eh?

The bill to offer the Gadsden plate to those who wanted it passed the legislature but was vetoed by Democrat governor Laura Kelly, because it's just too obvious that the flag had been adopted by people who prized rights over obedience.  The nerve!

The Republican-controlled legislature overrode the veto.  But the matter isn't finished, because the Left is preparing to file suit to bar the plate from being offered, on the grounds that it makes some people feel uncomfortable.