Ms. Megan Fox
The Morning Brefing
February 28, 2022
CPAC Hangover Edition
The Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine has finally happened, and now the Trump-haters who tried to impeach President Trump over Ukraine have much to answer for.In Other News
Looking at you, Alexander Vindman. Looking at you, Alexandra and Andrea Chalupa. Looking at you, Fiona Hill.
These are all the crummy little supposedly pro-Ukraine operatives who did their damnedest to undermine President Trump during his administration.
After all, the Russia invasion didn't happen on Trump's watch as they plotted and schemed against him instead of doing their jobs. Vladimir Putin was actually pretty docile during those years, despite taking heavy rounds of sanctions signed off on by Trump.
It happened after the man they worked so hard to get into the presidency cheated his way into power.
Trump terrified Putin with his bold actions, unpredictability, and willingness to take risks. He took out terrorist chieftains such as Iran's Qassem Soleimani. He knocked the legs out from under Putin, who gets his money from oil exports, by making America energy independent. Putin is no fool and understood well that it's always a bad idea to mess with people with those kinds of cojones, so he didn't.
Yesterday, I noted that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would have to get approval from the Canadian Parliament to enact the odious “Emergencies Act.” Given the fact he heads a minority government and that many Canadian citizens support the goals of the Freedom Convoy protest, Members of Parliament may not be too keen to grant it.Video at the Link
It appears I was right. Less than 24-hours after declaring wide-ranging powers, including terror finance laws to defund the trucker, Trudeau came to parliament to persuade them to support his move.
The video clip, which is not making its way to mainstream media news for some strange reason, shows the Prime Minister being jeered and booed.
It’s been a few days since we learned about Special Counsel John Durham’s bombshell revelations that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign paid a technology company to hack Trump Tower and later the White House to find (and potentially plant) evidence linking Trump to Russia.In Other News
As expected, the story was ignored by the mainstream media … that is, until they could come up with some explanation for why the bombshell news wasn’t a bombshell after all, but a dud.
The New York Times finally covered the story online Monday (for Tuesday’s print edition) and managed to insult the intelligence of its readership in the process.
Charlie Savage, the NYT’s Washington correspondent, was quick to dismiss the bombshell as inconsequential, claiming the narrative from outlets like ours that reported on it is “mostly wrong or old news — the latest example of the challenge created by a barrage of similar conspiracy theories from Mr. Trump and his allies.”
How stupid were we to talk about such a huge story? Apparently very, according to Savage, who appears to justify his own publication’s lack of jumping on the story right away by saying it’s just too complicated for Times readers. Savage explains that stories like this “tend to involve dense and obscure issues, so dissecting them requires asking readers to expend significant mental energy and time — raising the question of whether news outlets should even cover such claims.”
For years now I’ve opposed the term TWANLOC (Those Who Are No Longer Our Countrymen.) I understood why it was used, but America is a nation of belief, and beliefs change, see one Saul of Tarsus.Go Get it
It took a discussion with a group of friends, where one held out that even our elites have imbibed the essentially egalitarian ideals of America, while the other one said no they haven’t for me to see it clearly.
I have some experience with these elites. I have a disturbing number of still friends and even more former “friends” who graduated from ivy leagues and come from what my mom would call “the best families.”
Families have cultures, the same as nations do. And most of these families were so far up the eugenics movement that if a German maniac hadn’t started killing people in batch lots, they and their ilk on this side of the Atlantic might have.
In face, coffs, there were sterilization programs, and worse.
And before that there were a lot of those families who thought Europe was so much better, because the “best” people got to rule.
In fact, most of our families that had power throughout the twentieth century were or became of the opinions above.
And then the kids were sent to schools where they were taught America hating. Yeah, in some cases they are also taught to hate themselves as white Americans, but you know that’s not better, right? because then they try to redeem themselves the only way possible, by becoming an ally. I.e. a Marxist that tells minorities how to be proper minorities. And this again feeds the sense of “I’m the best one.”
So, in what sense are they our countrymen? In what sense did they ever learn or internalize the founding principles?