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Remember how Rand Paul had all that evidence about Fuckucci lying under oath?

By RWSGFY follow RWSGFY   2022 May 13, 6:50pm 464 views  19 comments           share      

What happened to that? Any followup? Lost interest?
1   Ceffer   2022 May 13, 10:43pm  

Sturm and Drang posturing in the Congress without consequences. There is no DOJ that will lift a finger.
2   Patrick   2022 May 13, 11:17pm  

Selective justice is no justice at all.
3   TheSameAD   2022 May 13, 11:23pm  

DOJ under this administration is corrupt. I don't trust the current FBI investigation in Hunter Biden and the "big guy". It is to give them a free pass with a sham investigation. That way they can say the Bidens were exonerated.
4   richwicks   2022 May 14, 7:52am  

TheSameAD says
DOJ under this administration is corrupt.


Not just this administration, it's been corrupt for 30 years. Start with Ruby Ridge and Waco. It USED to be that the FIB would try to have a veneer of legitimacy, that ended in the last 5 years, FINALLY - which is a good thing. FIB has been totally corrupt probably for at least 50 years. They infiltrated anti-wars groups in the 1970s to frame them for crimes back then, or had informants commit crimes within the group to demonize the group.

Any political activity - either good or bad, is infiltrated by the FIB, and the FIB searches for STABILITY, not justice. Whatever criminal thing the government is engaged in, they protect it, they don't expose it.

Many of us are given the idea that the FIB were once the "good guys" in particular with school desegregation and civil rights. That's before my time, it's before we had concealable audio recordings, and before we had the ability to video tape. We have that now, that's how we know Ray Epps is an FBI informant whose job was to send innocent people to jail.

I'm certain (if they aren't already) they will begin deleting video recordings from phones, but cameras with no radio will continue to exist. We have all the James Bond shit today, a button that is part of your shirt (with some wires) can be a camera today. A pair of glasses can be. Now that technology is so goddamned cheap, and people are realizing that our intelligence agencies ARE enemies of justice and our Constitution, and know they get setup by them on the regular, there's going to be more and more revelations about just what sort of government we have.
5   WineHorror1   2022 May 14, 8:01am  

We need facial recognition tech and access to the facial database. This would help expose the government of their crimes.
6   mell   2022 May 14, 8:59am  

Don't think this is Rand's fault. Not much you can do with the compromised intelligence agencies and DOJ.
7   mell   2022 May 14, 8:59am  

Don't think this is Rand's fault. Not much you can do with the compromised intelligence agencies and DOJ.
8   RWSGFY   2022 May 14, 7:16pm  

mell says

Don't think this is Rand's fault. Not much you can do with the compromised intelligence agencies and DOJ.


He could at least use the power of Senate pulpit to keep the story alive. You know, how they did it in the ancient times: "Carthāgō dēlenda est".
9   RWSGFY   2022 May 14, 7:17pm  

WineHorror1 says

We need facial recognition tech and access to the facial database. This would help expose the government of their crimes.


How?
10   Patrick   2022 May 14, 7:21pm  

RWSGFY says
Carthāgō dēlenda est



Ceterum (autem) censeo Carthaginem esse delendam ("Furthermore, I consider that Carthage must be destroyed"), often abbreviated to Carthāgō dēlenda est ("Carthage must be destroyed"), is a Latin oratorical phrase pronounced by Cato the Censor, a politician of the Roman Republic. The phrase originates from debates held in the Roman Senate prior to the Third Punic War (149–146 BC) between Rome and Carthage. Cato is said to have used the phrase as the conclusion to all his speeches to push for the war.


Thanks, learned something there.
11   mell   2022 May 14, 7:26pm  

RWSGFY says

mell says

Don't think this is Rand's fault. Not much you can do with the compromised intelligence agencies and DOJ.


He could at least use the power of Senate pulpit to keep the story alive. You know, how they did it in the ancient times: "Carthāgō dēlenda est".


Agreed.
Patrick says

RWSGFY says
Carthāgō dēlenda est



Ceterum (autem) censeo Carthaginem esse delendam ("Furthermore, I consider that Carthage must be destroyed"), often abbreviated to Carthāgō dēlenda est ("Carthage must be destroyed"), is a Latin oratorical phrase pronounced by Cato the Censor, a politician of the Roman Republic. The phrase originates from debates held in the Roman Senate prior to the Third Punic War (149–146 BC) between Rome and Carthage. Cato is said to have used the phrase as the conclusion to all his speeches to push for the war.


Thanks, learned something there.


We had to read quite a few of his speeches in the original Latin for the Latin major
12   Patrick   2022 May 14, 7:41pm  

I've wanted to learn Latin for a long time. Planning to read my aunt's old textbook, "Latin for Today".
13   AmericanKulak   2022 May 17, 6:55pm  

https://www.christianbook.com/wheelocks-latin-7th-edition-frederic-wheelock/9780061997211/pd/997211?event=Homeschool%7C1004647

And don't fall for the "W" bullshit. It's a "V" sound. "W" was the faggy decadent Senate accent - "Damme" vs. "Damn!". Probably in imitation of Greek which only had the "U" sound. We know this since all the daughter languages have the "Vuh" not "Weh" sound. Vibrant Victoria, not woosy "Wik-toria". Church or Continental Pronunciation!

Sal vey, not Sal weh.

Since Gauls, Vandals, "Romanians", etc. all learned their Latin from Legionaries, Traders, etc. it's very likely that Real Romans used the "Vuh" sound.

Monty Python hinted at this with the "Woger, Woderick" in Life of Brian.
14   Patrick   2022 Jun 16, 11:56am  

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10924153/Do-children-need-10-boosters-Rand-Paul-clash-Fauci-COVID-boosters-kids.html


'Do children need 10 boosters?' Rand Paul takes no prisoners with COVID-positive Fauci as they clash over vaccines for kids and financial disclosures in ANOTHER heated Senate battle
Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul questioned Thursday if children would need to get 10 booster shots for COVID-19
'I think that is somewhat of an absurd exaggeration,' Fauci shot back
Paul said there are not studies showing that boosters prevent hospitalization and death in the demographic least affected by coronavirus
The latest shown down came at a hearing Thursday where Fauci joined virtually after announcing Wednesday he contracted COVID-19 for the first time
Fauci is fully vaccinated and has received two boosters
15   Ceffer   2022 Jun 16, 1:04pm  

Fauci or whoever it currently is, is fully vaccinated like fuck. Unless I gave them the death jabs myself, I don't believe any of their Satanist inversions of truth.
Of course, not a single thing has ever come from Rand's rantings at the fools. It's empty theater until somebody is dangling from a noose.
16   Patrick   2022 Jun 16, 1:09pm  

AmericanKulak says

Monty Python hinted at this with the "Woger, Woderick" in Life of Brian.



The Germans frequently confuse v and w sounds, because German pronounces w as we pronounce v, and v as we pronounce f. So Germans often say "wiolin" instead of "violin".

I had a German professor once say in class "The Wandals and Wisigoths wansacked wome." The whole class really had to work to suppress their laughter.
17   Ceffer   2022 Jun 16, 1:17pm  

I had a professor who was famous for some thing, so they released him to lecture even though it was torture to listen to him. He had Parkinson's so he shook, and his mind wasn't all there. One time, he walked into an empty closet by the side of the lectern stage and closed he door at the end of the lecture. Everybody started laughing, because he stayed in there a while after realizing what he had done, thinking he was leaving the hall. He stayed in there because he didn't want to admit he did something weird. He eventually emerged shamefaced and walked out the regular way.
18   Hircus   2022 Jun 16, 10:44pm  

Ceffer says

I had a professor who was famous for some thing, so they released him to lecture even though it was torture to listen to him. He had Parkinson's so he shook, and his mind wasn't all there. One time, he walked into an empty closet by the side of the lectern stage and closed he door at the end of the lecture. Everybody started laughing, because he stayed in there a while after realizing what he had done, thinking he was leaving the hall. He stayed in there because he didn't want to admit he did something weird. He eventually emerged shamefaced and walked out the regular way.


Thats sad.
19   richwicks   2022 Jun 16, 10:53pm  

Hircus says


Thats sad.


I agree. At that age I don't think I'd be any different than the class, but at this age, I wouldn't have laughed, and I may have even pulled him out of the closet and told the class to shut up. After all, he just confused a door and then hid in embarrassment. That's not "crazy", that's a mistake from a failure of short term memory to latch into long term memory. He was hitting the point where he could no longer form long term memory, the rest of him was entirely intact.

I've dealt with senility myself now. These people are confused at times, but they are still a fountain of knowledge and should be respected.

I'd have sympathy for Biden, but he was never a fountain of knowledge. In my viewpoint, the man has entirely wasted his life by being an abject criminal and his only knowledge is how to lie convincingly. I don't have any sympathy for a lifelong criminal that was never prosecuted.

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