News and Commentary

Caitlin Johnstone: On Bush’s Freudian Confession

Mike Whitney: Monkeypox: “Fool Me Twice, Shame On Me”

Zero Hedge: Posobiec Gives Details Of Davos Detention

John Solomon: Hillary Factor: Evidence Now Shows False Russia Collusion Story Began and Ended with Clinton

Jonathan Turley: How the Sussmann Trial Inadvertently Revealed the Role of Clinton in the Alfa Bank Scandal

Jacob Hornberger: “Patriotic” Church Ministers

Keith Knight: Why I Paid to Watch Dinesh D’Souza’s New Documentary

Ron Paul: What’s Biden’s End Game in Ukraine?

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting: Israel Killed Reporter Abu Akleh—but U.S. Media Disguised the Facts

And Laurence Vance: Conservatism, Libertarianism, and John Stuart Mill

News and Commentary Not the Official Narrative

Edward Alvarez: Why We Should Not Admire Zelensky

Paul Joseph Watson: Zelensky Critic Arrested in Spain on Orders of Ukrainian Government

Vasko Kohlmayer: The Vaccine Passport: Gaslighting of an Egregious Kind

Daniel Lacalle: The Chinese Slowdown: Much More Than Covid

Children’s Health Defense: Pilots Injured by Covid Vaccines Speak Out: “I Will Probably Never Fly Again”

Joe Lauria: PayPal Cancels CN Account; May Seize Balance

Nick Turse: U.S. Didn’t Expect Major Explosions When an ISIS Bomb Factory Was Bombed

And Gateway Pundit: Tech Giants Are Censoring, Blacklisting and Banning Posts on the “2000 Mules” Ballot Trafficking Documentary Across Social Media Platforms, and Investigator Gregg Phillips: FOX’s Lawyers Are Keeping “2000 Mules” Off of the Channel

News and Commentary Not from Corporate Media

Ginger Ross Breggin and Peter Breggin: The Global Kidnapping of American Medicine Turns Hospitals into Killing Fields

Joseph Mercola: Mortality Rates Are on the Rise. Are Covid Vaccines to Blame?

Emerald Robinson: Pfizer’s New 80,000-Page Data Dump Is A Nightmare

Ryan Matters: Elon Musk: Champion of Free Speech or Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

Kerry McDonald: Universal Preschool Programs Expand, Despite Documented Harms

Brian Joondeph: Between Natural and Vaccine Antibodies, When is Enough Enough?

Jacob Hornberger: An Ideal Foreign Policy

Mark McDonald: From Animal Farm to 1984: America has Achieved the Orwellian State

M.B. Mathews: Normalizing Perversion

James Stansbury: The Grooming of Our Children Takes Many Forms

Michael Snyder: The Rioting That We Warned You About Has Now Begun

Brett Wilkins: “All of These Guys Belong in Prison”: CIA Torture Described in Vivid Detail by Psychologist

Andrew Napolitano: The Bill of Temporary Privileges

Jon Miltimore: Destroying Food to Fight Climate Change Is Madness—and a Conceit That Could Prove Fatal

Daniel Martin: Noninterventionism Is Not Isolationism: The U.S. Government Should Stop Arming Ukraine

Steve Kirsch: What I Learned on My Trip to the Ohio Statehouse

Gary Barnett: The Invasion of Humanoids Makes Me As Mad As Hell!

Laurence Vance: Overturning Roe v. Wade Will Not End Abortion in America

And Laurie Calhoun: Smart War Disinformation and the U.S. Military State

Don’t Criticize the Regime

Article:

Testimony Reveals Zelensky’s Secret Police Plot to ‘Liquidate’ Opposition Figure Anatoly Shariy by Dan Cohen

News and Commentary

Jordan Schachtel: The Death Throes of the “Public Health Expert”

Jacob Hornberger: My 50th Virginia Military Institute Reunion

Jonathan Turley: Destroying Democracy to Save it? Court Advances Effort to Block GOP Candidates from Ballots

Bryan Caplan: My Guidelines for Government

Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams: Travesty: U.K. Judge Green-Lights Julian Assange Extradition To U.S. (video)

Doug Bandow: Wimbledon Declares Cultural Revolution Against Russians: Will Rest of World Eventually Target the West’s Crimes?

Pepe Escobar: Big Tech’s “Cancel Culture” Love Affair

John Whitehead: Jackboots Policing: No-Knock Raids Rip a Hole in the Fourth Amendment

Veronique de Rugy: Biden’s Billionaire Tax Wouldn’t Just Hurt Billionaires

The Last Refuge: Special Prosecutor Filing Outlines Clearest, Most Detailed, Construct of Hillary Clinton Joint Venture Conspiracy to Fabricate Trump-Russia Narrative

Peter van Buren: The Russiagate Hoax Goes Deeper Than We Thought

David Stockman: In Praise of Partition

Military Times: Nine Respiratory Cancers Added to List of Illnesses Presumed Caused by Burn Pit Smoke

Nick Turse: The Civilian Deaths You Haven’t Heard About

Aden Tate: Georgia Declares a State of Emergency Over Supply Chain Shortages

Laurence Vance: There Is No Federal Solution

Richard Ebeling: Ludwig von Mises’s Idea on Self-Determination Might Have Saved Ukraine

Glenn Greenwald: Former Intelligence Officials, Citing Russia, Say Big Tech Monopoly Power is Vital to National Security

Alexandra Bruce: Government-Backed Hackers Behind Doxxing Libs of Tik Tok

And Donald Miller: America in the 2020s: Its Most Dangerous Decade

Corrupt U.S. Regime Wants to Charge Julian Assange with “Espionage”

The criminal U.S. government has gotten its U.K. puppet judge to approve of extraditing Julian Assange so Assange can be charged and tried for “espionage” even though he did no actual spying and didn’t act on behalf of any foreign government entity, only on behalf of the people who have a right to know the truth about their rulers, and even though he was never a citizen of the United State.

Assange’s “crime” was that of his WikiLeaks publishing many documents and videos which revealed U.S. and other Western governments’ war crimes especially in Afghanistan and Iraq. WikiLeaks also published DNC emails which showed how corrupt politicians and “journalists” are in D.C.

But plenty of publications also published the same material including evidence of war crimes, so the U.S. feds would have to go after them as well, to be consistent.

Meanwhile, actual criminals who happen to be employed by the regime get away with their crimes, especially as long as they are Democrats or support Democrats. For example, the DOJ and FBI apparatchiks who lied to FISA court judges to spy on Trump and his cohorts, and all the 2020 election night shenanigans and ballot stuffing and election stealing that went on.

And then we have this two-year scamdemic in which one government fascist bureaucrat after another gets away with unconstitutionally ordering business shut-downs sans due process, and ordering house arrest and stay-in orders against the people, as well as anti-health mask mandates and “vaccines” that are not vaccines.

Government criminals get away with their crimes, but the ones who reveal them get persecuted and jailed and worse.

In 2017, I wrote this regarding U.S. government apparatchiks persecution of Julain Assange:

And now, CIA director and former congresscritter Mike Pompeo criticizes Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, an organization previously praised by Trump, calling WikiLeaks a “non-State hostile intelligence service.” Seriously? And this crap coming from the director of a government “hostile intelligence service,” a.k.a. CIA.?

So Pompous Pompeo is threatening to disrupt WikiLeaks (and other whistleblowers and transparency-related organizations) in their use of “free speech values” in order to protect the criminality of the national security state bureaucracies, despite even Pompeo’s own previous praise of WikiLeaks in its exposing the Obama Administration’s corruption.

But without “free speech values,” whistleblowers and Freedom of Information Acts, we would not know about the Pentagon Papers. We would not know in 1971 that the military bureaucrats believed as early as 1967 that the war in Vietnam could not be won, and that Presidents Johnson and Nixon nevertheless continued to send tens of thousands of young Americans off to their deaths for no good reason. So thank God for Daniel Ellsberg.

Without “free speech values,” whistleblowers and freedom of Information Acts, we would not know that the real reason for post-9/11 torture was to concoct a false connection between Iraq and 9/11. We would not have seen the Iraq War logs. We would not see the Afghanistan War logs. So thank God for Bradley Manning, in my view.

And without “free speech values,” whistleblowers and freedom of Information Acts, we would not know about the Saudi regime’s support of the 9/11 terrorists. And we would not know about the Clinton Foundation’s collusions with the Saudis as well.

Now, I know that some people don’t like the reference to “sheeple” (because it sounds “derogatory”), but if you are an authoritarian sheeple, then you probably defend CIA, NSA, FBI, etc., regardless of the crimes their agents commit against innocents at home and abroad.

But this Mike Pompeo person calls WikiLeaks a “hostile intelligence service,” while that is exactly what his CIA is and has been for decades. For instance, in Operation Ajax the CIA in 1953 staged a coup in which the Iranian Prime Minister Mosaddegh was brought down and replaced by a U.S. government puppet, the Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The CIA supported the Shah’s totalitarian police state known as SAVAK for 25 years, and this dictatorship is what led to the 1979 Iranian Revolution that included taking Americans hostage in Iran and an imposition of an Isalmic-based regime which has been in place ever since.

So really the tensions that exist now with Iran, and the paranoia of and hatred toward Iran on the part of policy makers in U.S. government would not be happening, in my view, were it not for the CIA’s criminal aggressions in Iran. The CIA and Shah of Iran’s totalitarianism are what led to the rise of Islamic extremism and that revolution. You see what government interventionism causes? So these U.S. government bureaucracies are like the dog chasing its tail, creating new problems and then in an attempt to solve the problems they cause they then create additional problems. Unfortunately, this is what neocons, interventionists, globalists, “American Exceptionalists,” support in their blind obedience to CIA and other bureaucrats.

And I wonder if Mike Pompeo even knows about Operation Northwoods and Operation Mongoose, schemes proposed by the CIA and military Joint Chiefs of Staff to stage various false flags such as hijacking or attacking a civilian airliner and attacking a U.S. ship in Cuban waters, as well as causing terror among the Miami area Cuban community and blaming it all on Cuba’s Castro. The false flag schemes of Operation Northwoods were proposed to President John F. Kennedy in 1962 which he rejected. But he did sign on to Operation Mongoose, which went forward. Here is an ABC News article about Northwoods. And that was all nearly 40 years before 9/11.

Many True Believers believe the Warren Commission’s conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman who assassinated John F. Kennedy. But there was definitely a motive for the CIA and fellow national security state goons to assassinate Kennedy with his promoting peace rather than war that they prefer to promote. See Charles Burris and Jacob Hornberger (and especially this from Hornberger) on that issue. View Kennedy’s 1963 Peace Speech at American University, just months before he was murdered.

And I wrote that in 2017. I can’t believe that it’s been 5 years now since that post. And still, the criminal U.S. government is going after the messenger. That is, the one who revealed to the world just how criminal and corrupt the regime in Washington really is.

The feds and goons and thugs of Washington constantly make a good case for decentralization and secession for the sake of restoring freedom to the society, that’s for sure.

Real News and Commentary (for conspiracy theory, go to MSNBC, CNN, NYT, etc.)

Doug Bandow: Prosecute Vladimir Putin for War Crimes? Yes, Alongside MbS, MbZ, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Other Unworthies

Ron Paul: CIA Admits Feeding Americans False Info About Ukraine

Wayne Lusvardi: Covid-19 Deaths are Sepsis: Bill Sardi Death Update

Larry Johnson: Reading the Psyops Tea Leaves in Ukraine – Americans are Focused on Challenges at Home

Emerald Robinson: Thomas Lipscomb: The Secrets of the Zapruder Film

Ryan McMaken: The Ukraine War Shows Nukes Mean Safety from US-Led Regime Change

Jacob Hornberger: Why Didn’t Trump Pardon Assange and Snowden?

Infowars: Trump Endorses Dr. Oz Despite History of Promoting Trans Agenda on Kids

Peter van Buren: Revisiting Hunter Biden’s Laptop

Murray Rothbard: How the Business Cycle Happens

And Gateway Pundit: Naomi Wolf Fires a Warning Shot: A Resounding Defeat of Biden at Midterms Will Not Be Allowed, Look for an Impending Emergency to Unfold (VIDEO)

Real News and Commentary

Paul Joseph Watson: Mask Wearing Has Left a Generation of Toddlers Struggling With Speech and Social Skills

Brian Shilhavy: Horror Show in Shanghai: Babies Taken from Parents to Quarantine Centers, Drones and Police Dogs Patrol Deserted Streets in China’s Largest City

Gateway Pundit: A Jaw-Dropping 769 Athletes have Collapsed While Competing Over The Past Year – “Avg. Age of Players Suffering Cardiac Arrest is JUST 23”

Martin Armstrong: Pentagon Cannot Confirm Bucha Atrocity

Moon of Alabama: More Evidence That Ukraine Fired the Missile Which Killed Dozens in Kramatorsk

Alan Macleod: Kyiv Independent Deep Dive: The West’s In-Kind Answer to Putin’s Propaganda 

Covert Action Magazine: The United States and Ukraine Started the War—Not Russia

John Solomon: Durham Evidence Creates Timeline of Relentless Democrat Effort to Sell Russia Collusion Hoax

And Jonathan Turley: The Stanley Kowalski Defense: Durham Seeks to Force the Clinton Campaign and DNC to Turn Over Evidence in Sussmann Case

More News and Commentary

Thomas Knapp: War Is the Crime. Its Perpetrators Seldom Face Justice.

Jacob Hornberger: Whoops! Federal Judge Acquits January 6 Defendant

Jim Davies: Who Aggressed?

Michelle Malkin: Beware the ‘Paper Shortage’ Election Ruse

MassPrivateI: Fusion Centers Target The Homeless, Substance Abusers, Protesters And More

Joseph Mercola: 70% of Covid Cases Among CDC Employees in August 2021 Were in Vaccinated Employees

Jon Rappoport: Kissinger and Depopulation

Veronique De Rugy: Want to Further Economic Woes? Put in Price Controls

William Anderson: Destroying America to “Save” It? Biden’s Nihilistic Destruction of the Energy Industry

Chris Calton: Lockdowns, Not the Pandemic, Created Havoc

Alex Berenson: The British Are Now Officially Hiding Covid Vaccine Data

Ted Galen Carpenter: Whitewashing Ukraine’s Corruption

David Stockman: The Warfare State’s Infinitely Mendacious Echo Chamber

Scott McPherson: Get the Government Out of Education

Patrick MacFarlane: That Time the U.S. Army Sprayed Millions of Americans With Zinc Cadmium Sulfide

And Vanity Fair: “This Shouldn’t Happen”: Inside the Virus-Hunting Nonprofit at the Center of the Lab-Leak Controversy

So What Else Has Been Happening During the Obsession with the Will Smith-Chris Rock Slap?

Here’s what you’ve been missing:

Dave DeCamp: U.S. Weapons Makers See Longer-Term Benefits of War in Ukraine, and Congress Expected to Increase Biden’s $813 Billion Military Budget Request

William Astore: What Would It Take for Military Spending in America to Go Down?

Ryan McMaken: NATO: Our International Welfare Queens

Jacob Hornberger: Another Excuse for More Gun Control

John Whitehead: A Vicious Cycle in Blue: Police Violence Kills Three People a Day

Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams: Bucha Massacre: War Crime or False Flag? (video)

Brian Shilhavy: Merck’s Gardasil Vaccine Continues to Kill and Maim Young Girls as Two New Lawsuits are Filed

Joseph Mercola: DuckDuckGo Embraces Censorship, Destroys Brand

Children’s Health Defense: Heart Damage Found in Teens Months After Second Pfizer Shot, Study Shows

Daniel Horowitz: Kavanaugh Deals Crushing Blow to Religious Liberty in Military

Laurence Vance: Ukraine and Taiwan

Cynthia Chung: How the Ukrainian Nationalist Movement Post-WWII Was Bought and Paid for by the CIA

Rick Sterling: Rand Report Prescribed U.S. Provocations Against Russia and Predicted Russia Might Retaliate In Ukraine

Steve Kirsch: $1M Reward for a CDC or FDA Whistleblower

Paul Alexander: Covid Vaccine-Related Myocarditis Was Never “Mild”

James Bovard: Corrupt Federal Statistics Cover Endless Cons

Post Millennial: Watch: Jordan Peterson and Andy Ngo Discuss Antifa and the Rise of the Violent Left

And Gateway Pundit: U.S. Postal Service Refuses to Release Investigative Report on Whistleblower Truck Driver Who Hauled 288,000 Suspicious Ballots Across State Lines Before 2020 Election

More Real News and Commentary

The Last Refuge: CDC Recommends More Booster Shots for Covid Compliance, FDA Unilaterally Authorizes Fourth and Fifth Vaccination Shot

Jordan Schachtel: Another One: FDA Expects to Authorize 6th mRNA Dose in the Fall

Jon Rappoport: Now: Stop FDA Authorization of Covid Shots for Kids

Alexandra Bruce: U.S. Military Deaths Up 1100% and Exponentially Rising

Edward Curtin: Oliver Stone Documents the Past to Illuminate the Present

Peter Jacobsen: Meet the Advertising Expert who Inspired Today’s Anti-Population Propaganda

Joe Lauria: Is Putin’s War Legal?

And Ted Snider: Partnering With Neo-Nazis in Ukraine: An Inconvenient History

Warmongers, Covidmongers, They’re All Out There

I’m still way behind on things, so I’m continuing to catch up on my bookmarked articles. And here are the next ones to post.

The Last Refuge: The Hypocrisy of Biden Speaking About Democracy vs. Autocracy in Poland Is Choking When Contrast Against Western Govt Behavior During Covid

Gateway Pundit: Scientists Currently Developing Controversial “Contagious Vaccines” That Can Spread From Vaccinated to Unvaccinated

David Stockman: Washington Is Delirious With War Fever – For No Reason of Homeland Security

Ray McGovern: Will Humans Be the Next ‘Freedom Fries’?

Dave DeCamp: Close Putin Ally Warns of Nuclear ‘Dystopia’ If U.S. Destabilizes Russia Like It Has Other Countries

Gary Barnett: When Will Americans Figure Out That They Live Under the Spectre of Communism in a Communist Run State?

Stephen Lendman: Unindicted U.S. War Criminal Passes

Chris Menahan: Ukraine’s Neo-Nazis: They “Don’t Attack Jews or Jewish Institutions”

And Norman Solomon: From Moscow to Washington, the Barbarism and Hypocrisy Don’t Justify Each Other

Grandstanding Ignorant Senators Grilled Another Future Supreme Bureaucrat: Ketanji Brown Jackson

The new Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has been grilled by the Senate Judiciary Committee and mainly by Republicans, and here are some of my comments on that. And if readers don’t like my making fun of ignorant senators, sorry about that.

First of all, the “Supreme” Court shouldn’t even exist and issues and conflicts should be resolved at the state level, at the very least.

The sheeple are pathetically dependent on this group of 9 bureaucrats to decide their fate, which is ridiculous. The 9 robed fascists rubber-stamp the police state, the war on drugs, the national security state, the CIA, FBI, NSA, and all the evil institutions of government. They are no good.

We have something called the 10th Amendment, which protects the right of the people to ignore “Supreme” Court decisions, in my view.

So anyway, I’m going to write this based on my memory of what I heard on the radio that several “news” outlets and talk show personalities have repeated several times. I didn’t exactly take notes.

To begin, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (a.k.a. “Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!”) asked Judge Jackson to define “woman,” to which Jackson replied that she couldn’t define “woman” because she’s “not a biologist.”

Oh, Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!

What a stupid question. I’m assuming Sen. Blackburn is referring to the LGBT stuff. Perhaps she should ask if the judge thinks there are more than two genders. You either do or you don’t, Judge.

Maybe Sen. Blackburn is referring to the transgenderism craze going on these days. Recently a male college competitive swimmer who was not very good in competing against other males decided to “identify” as a female and allowed by idiots to compete along with females and against females, so he can cheat and win the competitions (and possibly receive financial rewards).

Perhaps Sen. Blackburn should have asked the judge if she thinks that male athletes should be allowed to compete in women’s teams?

Sen. Ted Cruz grilled and roasted Judge Jackson on cases in which she gave convicted child porn viewers overly light sentences. A little too zealous in his questioning, Sen. Cruz (R-McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, etc.) sounded like a Perry Mason wannabe, and even went over his allotted time while the chairman was yelling at him and cutting him off.

Sen. Jock Hawkey quoted Judge Jackson’s expressing sympathy toward the convicted child porn perv in court, but I didn’t hear her being quoted as having expressed sympathy toward child victims of molestation and abuse. Did she do that?

And by the way, regarding that bill in Florida that Gov. Ron DeSantis will sign into law banning the discussion of sexual issues in schools in kindergarten through 3rd grade, it’s not a “Don’t Say Gay” bill. All it says is that discussions of sexual matters are NOT APPROPRIATE for little kids up to age 8.

I know, there are a lot of “liberal” people who are brainwashed to believe that such matters are appropriate to discuss with little kids, but NO, they are NOT, you morons.

What is it with the people on the left pushing sexuality onto little kids? See the American Dream Blog with this article from a few years ago: 21 Signs That U.S. Public Schools Have Become Training Centers for Sexual Deviancy.

Our society has been allowing the sexualization of childhood which messes up the kids emotionally. See my post on the cult of the State and the sexualization of everything.

Hmm, I wonder if Senators Ted Scruz, Jock Howley, or Marsha, Marsha, Marsha have ever gone after the CPS child sex trafficking racket, or are they too aware of what happened to Nancy Schaefer?

Or how about going after their beloved FBI or CIA goons looking at child porn? See: The Federalist on CIA employees sexually molesting very young children but not prosecuting them, and the Boston Globe reporting on the hundreds of federal and military employees viewing child porn in which “only a handful resulted in prosecutions.”

Speaking of the child porn cases, many people including these senators and conservative talk radio personalities can’t seem to distinguish between people possessing child porn, in print or on a computer, versus actual child abusers.

So, it’s really the people who are actually exploiting the children to make the images who are the criminals. I think that anyone who actually harms a child or acts invasively against any child is a real criminal and should be thrown in jail, possibly for life.

I searched the Internet and wasn’t able to determine if Judge Jackson sentenced any people who actually, directly abused a child. So I have a feeling that Senators Ted Scruz, Jock Hawkey, and Tom Polyester concentrated on “child porn” cases to appeal to their “Moral Majority” base. Has Jackson given light sentences to actual child abusers?

Now, on the senators’ questioning of Jackson in her work as a public defender, Sen. Limpy Graham was frothing over her defending Gitmo detainees. Sen. Graham (R-Warmonger) displayed his ignorance of the rights of the accused. He believes apparently that the accused have no rights. He believes that a “war” changes things and if there’s a “war,” we all lose our right to due process. He also reiterated his support of indefinite detention. (See my article on the senators who love the government but hate America on this “War on Terrorism” thing and due process.)

But Graham like many others just doesn’t seem to understand that everyone has a right to due process, the right of the accused to require that the accuser present evidence against the accused, and that there be an actual public trial which provides the accused the opportunity to present his own evidence and witness testimony or to refute the prosecutors’ case.

That is because anyone can accuse anyone else of anything. Doesn’t Graham see that?

Has the indefinite detention and solitary confinement of January 6th “suspects” without evidence or charges not convinced Graham otherwise? Apparently not. Sadly, he’s still a fascist through and through.

“But those are just Trump supporters, conservatives, MAGA hat wearers and deplorables. In contrast, the Gitmo detainees are TERRORISTS! That’s different!”

Well, no, actually they are not “terrorists,” because they are accused terrorists. Just as the January 6th detainees are accused … “insurrectionists,” or whatever it is the Democrat-FBI goons are making up about them.

As I wrote here,

According to these numbers, the number of Gitmo prisoners since 2002 is 779, the number of those released is 670. They were released because there was no evidence against them, because they were innocent. But here are some more interesting numbers: The percentage of Gitmo prisoners captured by U.S. troops: 5%, and the percentage of prisoners who were paid bounties by CIA and coalition forces: 86%. Our government paid Afghan villagers and others to hand people over to our military and CIA, without charges, without suspicion. No wonder most who were taken to Gitmo were innocent, weren’t involved in any terrorism or criminality. They were tortured by criminals at Gitmo for no good reason, however. But the neanderthals who are fed propaganda day after day by the government and its media lapdogs believe that the detainees at Gitmo are “terrorists.”

So as I said, everyone who is accused of something has a right to due process, regardless of the government propaganda against them.

But now conservatives et al. are learning that the hard way (but not Sen. Limpy Graham, apparently.) Trump supporters, conservatives, MAGA believers, flag-wavers, are being accused of “domestic terrorism,” for attending a Trump rally and wandering around the Capitol in a daze, or speaking up at a school committee meeting.

(See my post on the honest, well-meaning FBI. We should not be surprised that they are going after Trump supporters, conservatives, MAGA true believers, and parents speaking up at a school committee meeting.)

And Graham was triggered by Judge Jackson, while she was a Gitmo detainee defender, having apparently referred to George W. Bush and Donald Rumsfeld as “war criminals.” Although, she referred to the torture of her clients as being in the category of war crimes.

But the truth is, of course Bush is a war criminal. He started wars of aggression against Afghanistan and Iraq, neither of which were involved in 9/11 or had attacked or threatened Americans. Many propagandized and bamboozled sheeple believe otherwise, obviously.

The Nuremberg Tribunal after World War II determined that starting a war of aggression is in and of itself a war crime.

A lot of people in America believe the post-9/11 propaganda and fear-mongering, just as many people have believed the more recent Covid propaganda and fear-mongering. So, when those of us who value the truth about the crimes of our government actually do tell the truth about it, the propagandized sheeple don’t like that. But whatever.

And I wonder what any of the senators who are outraged at Judge Jackson’s defending accused terrorists might think of the U.S. soldiers who shot, dropped bombs on and murdered innocents over there in Iraq, or who went door to door to seize firearms from families in direct violation of their right to keep and bear arms. (“Why, they are heroes, of course they are!”)

Such senators probably wouldn’t like it if a foreign military invaded U.S. cities and towns and bombed homes and businesses, schools and churches and shot and murdered innocent Americans and stole their means of self-defense. (Oh wait, that’s right. American militarists and the State-worshiping sheeple are moral relativists who reject the Golden Rule, oh, well.)

I’m sure that Limpy Graham, Ted Scruz, Tom Polyester and Jock Howley would rather hear the government’s lies and propaganda about 9/11 than know the truth about it.

To conclude, as we saw most recently, the “Supreme” Court are useless. Even the liberals rubber-stamp the CIA-torture national security state and the domestic police state, while the “conservatives” rubber-stamp socialized medicine. They really, really suck.

We need to have a free society, and the “Supreme” Bureaucrats are not a part of that.