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By Pete Moore On July 23rd, 2019 at 6:21 pm

Tory Party members have elected Boris Johnson as party leader. Tomorrow he will take a company Jag to Buckingham Palace. The Queen, as Governor of the Nation, will invite him tu become her Prime Minister and to form her Cabinet.

The news has triggered mass outbreaks of middle class and progressive screeching, and that’s just the BBC. Not my PM, claim the whining classes. Oh yes he is. Brexit, Trump, now Boris. “Not my- ” is the stock response. These are bad people who need to grow up. In the meantime, they can study this handy flow chart –

Not that I think he’ll be a resounding success. Nor do I care. I just want to leave the EU on 31st October. Boris will stuff up bigly. The question is whether or not he’s achieved the one thing on his to-do list first. The job is big. His Parliamentary party is split and Parliament stuffed full of traitorous Remainers. Yes they are, don’t argue.

If he gets us out he’ll be a national hero in exactly 100 days’ time. If not, the Tories will be dead 10 minutes into 1st November.

Questions for Mueller

By Patrick Van Roy On July 23rd, 2019 at 12:30 am



Are you a Crooked Cop or just incompetent ? 

That would be my first question to the august Robert Mueller. The man worked for two years on an counterintelligence investigation that was started by the FBI looking into of all things “espionage” by the Trump Campaign. Which is really funny when you consider that while Mr. Mueller was the head of the FBI for 4 years under his watch Hillary Clinton openly committed Espionage along with every member of Obama’s cabinet including Obama. They all exchanged e-mails with her, but the man under whose watch this occurred was assigned to investigate espionage and treason of Donald Trump….

I could go on for two or three posts with my dissatisfaction with what I consider to be the Inspector Clouseau of the FBI.  I truly believe Mueller to be an honest man, he just has an amazing record of incompetency, but has always managed to fail upwards.

Mr. Mueller is about to sit down for a 6 hour Circus of geeks, freaks, conmen, liars and thieves…. Congress. 3 hours for the House Judiciary Committee, 3 hours for the House Intelligence Committee.

The Democrats goal is to build a mountain out of a mole hill and convince the peasants that they have enough evidence to make Impeachment a viable task.

The Republicans job…. first off it will be nice if this pack of do nothings even bother to make an effort to take a position of defense let alone offense. They should put Mueller through the wringer. There are a ton of questions that this old fool needs to be asked. It has to be shown that he is one of three things: Corrupt, Incompetent, or just Stupid.

The Epoch Times created a list of 33 Questions for Mr. Mueller and I have a few of my own. I highly recomend you read the Epochs full article. They provide the reasoning for all 33 of their questions. Let’s discuss a few, shall we ?

The ET has this as Question 6, this would be my first question.


6) At what point did you and/or the special counsel team determine that there was no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia?


This question is very important because in my opinion it goes directly to Mueller committing an act of Sedition. The Mueller investigation is directly responsible for the Dems winning the House. If he came to the conclusion that there was no collusion, say in the first 6 months of the investigation why did he wait an additional 18 months ?

In revealed text messages Strozyk and Paige  discussed the lack of evidence the day after Mueller was appointed.

Notably, FBI agent Peter Strzok—who played a key role in the counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign—texted FBI lawyer Lisa Page the day after Mueller was appointed, on May 18, 2017, about lacking evidence of collusion:

“You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there, no question. I hesitate, in part, because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there.”

Let me take that back I would go to that question after prefacing it with this question.


Mr Mueller why did you take this assignment? According to the ethics rules you should have recused yourself. The day before Rosenstein asked you to take the job you had just been turned down by the subject of the investigation for the job as the Head of the FBI. You as career prosecutor couldn’t see the conflict of interest ?


but that’s just me. What does ethics have to do with this group…?


16) Why was selective editing used in the representation of the transcript of a phone call between the president’s attorney, John Dowd, and the attorney for former national security adviser Michael Flynn?


Trump’s attorney, John Dowd, was never interviewed by the special counsel, who cited attorney-client privilege issues as the reason in a footnote within the report. Dowd’s voicemail left for Michael Flynn’s lawyer was edited in the presentation within the Mueller report to appear as a more menacing version that left out important details and distorted the actual context of Dowd’s voicemail.

Dowd’s full message was actually far more friendly and touched on two distinctly separate matters. Particularly noteworthy is the fact that Dowd specifically cautioned Flynn’s attorney that he wasn’t requesting any confidential information.

It is also an act of Perjury to change evidence or falsify it in any way which Mueller did.


17) Did you fully investigate the origins of the alleged DNC server hack, and what forensic evidence was actually examined?


Immediately following the April 28 detection, DNC CEO Amy Dacey called Michael Sussmann, a DNC lawyer and partner with Perkins Coie. After the conversation, Sussmann contacted Shawn Henry, CSO and president of private cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike Services.

Analysis by CrowdStrike, along with the Intelligence Community’s Grizzly STEPPE report, concluded that the DNC’s computer systems had been hacked by two independent entities known as Advanced Persistent Threat 29 (APT 29) and Advanced Persistent Threat 28 (APT 28)—“Cozy Bear” and “Fancy Bear,” respectively.

FBI attempts to investigate the April 2016 DNC server breach were repeatedly rebuffed by the DNC, and the FBI was never able to examine the DNC server.

Mueller’s team and the top forensic laboratory in the world accepted a nonimpartial companies investigation…. Why?


19) Why was selective editing used in the representation of communications between former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and Giorgi Rtskhiladze, who was born in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia and has been a U.S. citizen since 2017?


and again falsification of evidence.


26) Why did the special counsel’s office delete all the data from Peter Strzok’s phone?


Destruction of evidence.


28) Why did the special counsel interview Peter Strzok approximately one week before he was removed from the special counsel investigation?


Where are the 302s ?


32) Why did you choose to step outside a normal prosecutorial role and comment publicly that your investigation did not exonerate President Trump?


Those are a sample of just some of the questions Mr. Mueller needs to answer. The Mueller investigations job was to find a crime Trump committed to act as cover for the Sedition, Treason and Coupe that was under way and the criminal cover up of Hillary Clinton’s Crimes.

It failed and now it’s time to pay the piper.



Irish Eyes are Smiling

By Patty On July 22nd, 2019 at 7:54 pm

I tend to agree with the sentiment that golf is a good walk spoiled…except when it’s not. Yesterday, at the British Open at Royal Portrush, Irishman Shane Lowry won and his jubilation is contagious on this Golf Digest twitter feed.

Best quote yet, sent to me by a golf friend, this is Open Champion Shane Lowery talking about the crowds at Portrush when he travels to Memphis to play at the next Event (WGC event):

“The crowds were amazing at Portrush as next week I will be playin front of a man and his dog”




By Pete Moore On July 22nd, 2019 at 7:33 pm

India has successfully launched its second lunar mission a week after it halted the scheduled blast-off due to a technical snag […]

India hopes the $145m (£116m) mission will be the first to land on the Moon’s south pole.

British tax-victims were forced to stump up £98 million in foreign aid to India last year. Clearly India doesn’t need it if it can chuck more than that at firing things at the Moon. So why are we doing it? To keep bureaucrats, NGOs and other parasites in a job, of course. Foreign aid is white collar welfare crack.


By Pete Moore On July 22nd, 2019 at 7:11 pm

We’ve noted in here previously how the Royal Navy has been cut dangerously slim. It’s this slim:

This morning the state-affiliated Fars news agency shared a photograph purporting to show some crew members being held under guard on the Stena Impero. Eighteen of the crew are Indian, including the captain. Three are Russian and the other two are from Latvia and the Philippines.

It came after a defence minister admitted that the Royal Navy is now too small to fulfil its global role. Tobias Ellwood urged the incoming prime minister to tackle the need for a significant increase in the Ministry of Defence budget immediately.

We are governed by genuine idiots. Because the UK is a trading island nation, the Royal Navy is the most important of the armed forces. It’s chief historic role has been to ensure the free passage of British merchant shipping. It remains by far the most important role.

But the Tories and EU zealots thought they knew best. All of the armed forces have been cut for decades. The ultimate aim has been to subsume them into an EU military. So we now have two brand new aircraft carriers with not enough destroyers to protect them. And too few destroyers to adequately protect shipping in the Strait of Hormuz. They’re not the only waters which are both strategically important and highly dodgy. Not by a long way.

Of course most of the cuts since the 1980s have been delivered by Tory governments. The calls are out for defence spending to be restored, as if new fleets can be rustled up in months. Let’s be clear; that the Royal Navy is now too stretched to fulfill its core role is the result of short-sighted policies implemented by the supposed adults.

Never forget the first rule of politics, which is to never trust the Tories.


By Pete Moore On July 21st, 2019 at 8:45 pm

The big sporting news of the day is that Simon Yates won a stage for the second time in this year’s Tour. He survived the breakaway and attacked up the climb to the Prat d’Albis. Julian Alaphilippe retains yellow but cracked and lost time. Geraint Thomas had a good day, Thibot Pinot is looking super strong, and Kruijswijk, Bernal and Buchmann are all still there. This is shaping up to be a great race, mainly because there’s no one outstanding GC contender.

What do you think proper, response, or not ?

By Patrick Van Roy On July 20th, 2019 at 7:22 pm

A Saturday Silly

By Patrick Van Roy On July 20th, 2019 at 7:05 pm

Funny and True

They are Laughing at the Brits…..

By Patrick Van Roy On July 20th, 2019 at 7:00 pm

The Iranians rub salt into Britain’s wounds by releasing a video showing the ease of capturing a British Tanker.

To Boldly Go, one small step at a time.

By Patrick Van Roy On July 20th, 2019 at 12:01 am

Echoes of our past, the seeds of our future.

There is no greater nor more deserving challenge then the Exploration of Space. NOTHING can benefit mankind  more than our pushing our boundaries and our knowledge in the exploration of Heaven.