Friday, October 28, 2016

Carlos Danger to the Rescue!


New York Post October 28, 2016 by Daniel Halper

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has reopened its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails after finding new evidence on seized devices belonging to Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin, according to Fox News.
The devices were seized after it was revealed that Weiner, a former member of Congress and mayoral candidate, had been sexting with an underage girl.
The feds began to investigate Weiner, 52, after he sent a slew of sexual messages and shirtless selfies to a 15-year-old North Carolina girl.
Weiner allegedly shared his “rape fantasies” with the teen and even sent her pornographic videos.
He also is alleged to have asked the teen to get on Skype to undress and masturbate.
The former politician engaged in his possibly criminal activity using the handle “T Dog.”
Previously, he has sexted under the pseudonym “Carlos Danger.”
The bombshell revelation came out Friday after FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to Congress explaining that new evidence in the Clinton investigation had emerged.
He said the new evidence developed as “part of an unrelated case,” without providing details.
Weiner could face 15 to 30 years in the slammer if found guilty of charges of sexual exploitation of children.
Weiner’s wife, Abedin, is Hillary Clinton’s closest aide and vice chair of her presidential campaign.
Abedin left the pervy pol soon after news of his teen sexting emerged.
Interim Democratic Party leader Donna Brazile tweeted, “Good grief,” after the news of the Weiner connection broke.  "Don't they know that Trump said pussy on the Howard Stern Show."
The Clinton campaign called the decision to revisit the case so close to the election “extraordinary,” and urged Comey to provide more details.

46 comments:

edutcher said...

The scariest thing is all you hear is the music.

Da-dum Da-dum, and the tempo just gets faster as if something is coming up behind you.

Something about it's all coming together.

Trooper York said...

I just love that photo from the Post. Classic.

MamaM said...

Do people care?

At a class of three this week, the leader turned to the woman who's been attending longer than I have and rather out of the blue said, "What I don't get are the women who support Trump" to which she responded with "Dumb Bitches!" as though it was automatically assumed that no one smart or kind could possibly vote for Trump. In the aftermath, she admitted to being afraid Trump will cause trouble and "get us into war" and she doesn't like conflict or want any more trouble. So for her this election is not about taking a stand on issues or the character of the candidates but her own need to feel safe and avoid anything that looks or feels like conflict or volatility. Hillary coasting along on a scripted illusion-land carpet of lies and denial allows her to maintain the perception that she'll be less threatened and compromised with Hillary as president than she'd be with Trump who continues to keep upset the traditional apple-cart while talking about pussy rather than weiners.

bagoh20 said...

"Do people care? "

I think they do. It's gotten so hard to ignore now, and what we saw on Morning Joe with Democrat sycophants visibly disgusted with her corruption was very encouraging. It's just getting too hard to defend her, and at the same time that the much less significant Trump "scandals" of bad words is wearing out. If this finally sinks her at this point in the election, I'm going to have to see it as an act of God.

Ed, I'm sure the prayers and blood sacrifices to your mash potatoes Trump statue in the living room helped some, but I would have to give this one to the big guy. It's just too unlikely. Let us pray that the impossible happens and a Clinton actually gets what they deserve for once.

bagoh20 said...

Yes, that is a great composite photo. All three shots are just right, and the combo is synergistic perfection.

Rhythm and Balls said...

His status has now officially changed from good for nothin to good for something.

Chip Ahoy said...

to which she responded with "Dumb Bitches!"

Well, you did give her the opening.

Honestly, whoever still supports Hillary at this late point in all that is known about her, about them, is flatly too stupid to even engage. So just suck my ... wait, you leave my suckable body parts out of this, you big pervs.

GAWL!

But srsly, wanna hear the pin acke of stew pidity? NYT through Google, skip the article and go straight to comments for the absolute ack me of stupidity, the zee nith, the ape ex, the cli maxipad, the cull machination of stupidity. The crown, the crest, the summat of complete stew pud pidilty. Nyah what a bunch a maroons. Huh huh huh. What an ignoranimus. What a pile a nincompoops.

Of course you do. The very height of condescension, of arrogant moral ethical intellectual rectitude with all the depth of a kiddie pool. They're all so very tired of all this investigation and not the slightest bit concerned for the outright actionable indictable prosecutable condemnable treasonable convictive imprisonable federal crimes. High crimes, very high crimes of State. And that's only mentioning psychopathological lying. Like this.

Lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying lying

That's how stupid the NYT comments section is to this. Yawn. They're just so very tired of all this unnecessary harassment. And Trump said pussy.

As men do.

Belive it or not.

&st;anecdote alert >
One time I was enlisted to be driver for the Federal Reserve Bank along with a bunch of other tall svelte handsome well dressed blokes for FRB big wigs arriving in Denver. They were all FRB bank auditor types. All young, about 24-26 years old, thereabout. Maybe a few were old as thirty. Just under. Several were married.

Chip Ahoy said...

Once in the car together with them being driven to our assignment eventually to our own separate bank vehicles, I was shocked, shocked I tell you, goddamn shocked! how they all together and all at once turned into sexual wolf pack, outdoing each other with their no class vocalized aggressive lupine sexual prowess. They pointed to absolutely every single shapely young woman on the streets of Denver announcing what they would do to her. As fucking IF ! It was the stupidest thing I ever heard. They all had BANK jobs. There is nothing whatsoever alpha male about any of them. What a sorry fucking lot. I was disgusted. Each dude was trying to prove something so lamely. It was pathetic. I lost respect for all of them. Because individually they'd wither if presented with actual opportunity. I will never forget that one little incident, that one day long ago. I cannot forget it.

Incidentally, I just now remembered this. I still have their cards. I can show you. When I was let go to long term disability due to prolonged hospitalization and slim rather dire prognosis, the cards that they sent me were truly touching. We didn't have that much interaction, but they were all so direct to the heart types of messages. My mum sobbed when my parents read them. My parents had no idea that I made such an impact. Several of these same men admitted they admired my uncanny ability to communicate with the lowest and the highest with equal respect. One in particular went on about he admired that -- me making friends with the most beautiful women there and treating them respectfully. They told me they learned from me. Sending flowers and the like, and treating people equally, beautiful women and no class having women and the deaf people who worked there, French with the Vietnamese people there, learning and engaging with Spanish people there. I should re-read them to lift my spirits. Because the cards really are surprising. Worth saving.

So you do that? Do you save the cards people sent you? Do you save the messages they wrote. Are they genuinely heartfelt and touching? People can speak more honestly when they think you're going to die.
&st;/anecdote alert >

Rabel said...

I pretty sure that Ed's Trump statue is made out of mashed sweet potatoes. He seems to me to be in the realist school. Anyway, mine is. With angle hair pasta on top.

And Scott Tenorman's tears are nothing but bitter bile compared to the comments section in the Times write up on today's most excellent news.

edutcher said...

MamaM said...

Do people care?

Mama, if people didn't care, this wouldn't be happening. If the peasants weren't at the barricades, all would be serene and the phony polls would still be telling us the election is over.

rcommal said...

This gets "worser and worser," and well it should.

I'm assuming you all have heard--and remember, this is "just" "breaking" news--by now that, as part of the Weiner investigation, four devices were seized, one of which, reportedly, is a cell phone belonging to Huma Abedin and another of which, reportedly, is a computer device (I'm thinking what's meant is a laptop, but who knows, so far, with real specificity and it's not as if the difference between a shared laptop and a shared desktop is necessarily a distinction with a difference, if she was sharing the damned thing).

For fuck's sake.

rcommal said...

The Clintons, one or the other or/and both of 'em, have been hard at work at making me #neverclinton since the '80s.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

Did someone get schlonged?

Trooper York said...

The thing is you know it is really bad because we are hearing about it n a Friday.

rcommal said...

The unfortunate thing is that, as I have indicated many, many, many times (and not just in this election) that is not enough for me to champion Trump. It is not. Forget not, I have been aware and paying attention to Trump from pretty much the same time period.

#blankatthetop #preservethesenate #conservethehouse

rcommal said...

@at Evi L Bloggerlady:

If you're referring to me, the answer to your question is: No.

rcommal said...

The thing is you know it is really bad because we are hearing about it n a Friday.

Of course, I agree with you and without having any reservation in so doing.

edutcher said...

Remember something in all this.

An indictment or trial is not the only way we win.

Denying the Ozark Mafia a third term is one way. Frumpty has had her heart (assuming she has one) set on being President since her Wellesley days. The blow will be more than she could bear if she's come this far and still misses it.

Another is the complete discreditation of these two and the brood mare. The Ozark Mafia Global Slush Fund is in the influence peddling business. If these two become so toxic that nobody wants anything to do with them, not only do they have to go back to Chappaqua and spend their lives looking at each other, but the days of raking in money by the billion are over. Considering how they love living high on the hog, the money they have could go quicker than they realize.

Influence peddling only works when you have influence.

And don't say it can't happen. Until Willie was rehabilitated by the Bushes, he went around Ground Zero in Gotham trying to find bereaved widows to hug - which everyone agreed was creepy.

People got sick of them once, it will happen again.

bagoh20 said...

"Denying the Ozark Mafia a third term is one way."

Frankly, that's what really matters to me. Can Americans themselves judge this right and act accordingly in choosing their own government and it's character. Do we as a people have standards or not when the question is put to us, because, if we can't choose justice for ourselves then we are children to expect someone else to do it for us. We can't blame Comey or anybody else if we need them to do this for us. Sure they would be corrupt or incompetent to not pursue her, but they seem OK with that. It's up to us.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

rcommal not u! 🌭

bagoh20 said...

Watching Fox and MSNBC to see the difference, and I also read Daily Kos. On the right it is of course about Hillary and the law and justice. On the left, it's about everything but that. Kos doesn't mention the FBI investigation news except in side bars (typical). MSNBC seems obsessed with who's fault this mess is. Is it Weiner's fault or Comey's, as if they are running for President, and it's their emails in question. They seem determined to present poor Hillary like the finger in the dike (so to speak) holding back an army of sex-obsessed men ruining everything. She is single handedly fighting the war on women against the generals and traitors aligned against her: Benedict Weiner, Loose cannon Bill, Field Marshal Trump, and the plotting assassin Comey. How can she prevail against such debauchery and the arsenal of sexual predatory power? It's just not fair.

rcommal said...


Blogger Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

rcommal not u! 🌭

October 28, 2016 at 11:22 PM

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Is that a hot dog or a fish taco, that emoji attached at the end of your brief comment? Seriously: I don't know which it is; I do not. Forget not: I'm increasingly dealing with visual issues.

Sixty Grit said...

Of all the people I interact with on a weekly basis, only one has said that he will vote for Trump. Everyone else, without exception, is voting for Mrs. Clinton.

So, what could the latest "investigation" find that would change how they vote? Nothing - there is not one single thing, revealed or not yet revealed, that would cause any Hillary voter to not vote for their queen.

Which leads me to suspect that this latest charade being orchestrated by Comey is just a smoke screen for some other cover up, like their unwillingness to act against the huge amount of known voter fraud.

I have grown too cynical and skeptical to think that any branch of government has even a trace of decency or honesty.

rhhardin said...

My question is why Weiner's phone isn't aligned with the photo edges.

AllenS said...

I see 3 people unlucky with love. The disfunctionals.

Michael Haz said...

Most likely scenario: The Obamas continue to campaign for Hillary. She wins by the margin of corruption. Obama issues a blanket pardon before he leaves office in exchange for Hillary promising him that he can control the WH agenda for another four years from the comfort of his mansion in Georgetown.

Loretta Lynch is nominated to fill a seat on the Supreme Court. The Dem-majority senate approves the appointment. Comey retires. The Clintons become multui-billioniares by making the WH pay-to-play. Huma Abedin becomes Secretary of State. Chelsea Clinton is mentioned as a presidential candidate in 8 years. George P. Bush runs against her.

I move to New Zealand.

AllenS said...

Haz, you could have moved "I move to New Zealand", after you said: "She wins by the margin of corruption."

Michael Haz said...

Allen, I'll see you there. First one in buys the beer.

Trooper York said...

New Zealand is not the place you want to go. In fact they wouldn't accept you as they are very tight on immigrants and who they let in their country.

New Zealand and Australia have become very politically correct. They seize guns and shut down speech.

Trooper York said...

There really is no where to run to nowhere to hide.

Sixty Grit said...

Do we not mock those who fail to stand up to their despotic leaders? You know, Syrians who decide to rape Europeans rather than their own? Or any of the other disarmed mooks, like Central Americans who run rather than stand and fight for their own country?

I say stand and fight. Die on your home soil, if need be. Kill the enemy. I will not flee. I will not quail at the thought of defending what is my birth right. Make them pay. Do not give up. We have not begun to fight.

Rhythm and Balls said...
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Rhythm and Balls said...

Don't move. Stay and fight. The country needs people who will hold it accountable, and who refuse to budge on this corruption. And Clinton Cash is global, anyway. Make them feel unwelcome in the central headquarters of it all, from where they base their operations. Hillary will never be as popular as Bill was, anyway - and he was damaged mightily. Let her drop the other shoe on both their fat fucking heads. Give her the rope she needs to hang herself with. Let them become the example of what happens to people who refuse to live by a better example.

One advantage of her discomfort with people and politicking - she is not very quick witted. It's so easy to trip her up in public that a downfall - or series of little downfalls leading up to political catastrophe - is inevitable.

Trooper York said...

I agree but you need to retreat to a defensible position. A redoubt. Where like minded individuals can defend themselves.

Rhythm and Balls said...

Don't give up hope! It IS possible to JAIL Democrat politicians!

Now if only we can threaten surrogates with this...

Rhythm and Balls said...

Sound familiar?

Judge Wendy Demchick-Alloy said Kane assumed an "off with your heads" mentality as she ran the state's top law enforcement agency. The judge called Kane a political "neophyte" who failed to make the transition from politician to public servant when she took office in 2013.

bagoh20 said...

Even if Hillary wins, which is by no mean certain right now, the country has changed. There is less trust in our corrupt institutions than I've seen in my life, and it's not just young drugged hippies this time doing it for street cred and pussy. It's tax paying working people, small business people, and the backbone of the country who are usually too polite and busy to make a stink. I think that has changed. Lies like Obamacare, and the Iran deal, and the IRS, and the endless lawlessness of Obama and Clinton have taken us to our limit, and a Hillary win will be the last straw.

Sixty Grit said...

You left out open borders. I wonder why...

chickelit said...

Looking ahead to next Friday, I'm wondering what the Hillary camp's comeback will be. It's going to have to be a Hail Mary -- with all the Weinermobile talk of underage sex, I'm guessing that Hillary will bring of allegations of Trump at Epstein's Island. I'm also guessing that Hillary will throw Bill under the bus in order to do so. I predict she will fail, but she's craven enough to try.

Top that!

rcommal said...

Of all the people I interact with on a weekly basis, only one has said that he will vote for Trump. Everyone else, without exception, is voting for Mrs. Clinton.

Interesting, that ^.

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Of all the people, specifically with regard to family (by which I mean both immediate and extended family), for example, with whom I interact not just on a weekly basis but more often, the overwhelming majority do state, and have stated, that they're voting for Trump. This is true unto this very day.

rcommal said...

Now, make no mistake about it: I am one who absolutely does not discount the notion of a hidden Trump vote. I Do Not, and Nor Have I throughout this entire election cycle, especially the primary and even general parts of it.

That said, just as a cautionary note, if we're gonna go all anecdotal 'n' all: I do believe that the overwhelming majority of the "overwhelming majority" of people whom I just referenced in my own life actually will be going on to do--that is, vote--exactly as they've said they'll vote.

rcommal said...

Of all the people I interact with on a weekly basis, only one has said that he will vote for Trump. Everyone else, without exception, is voting for Mrs. Clinton.

Are they lying? Are they scared?

Most important: Who are the people with whom you interact on a weekly basis?

rcommal said...

Am I wrong in thinking that what you're implying is that a large majority of the people with whom you interact on a weekly basis are being dishonest with you?

rcommal said...

Of all the people I interact with on a weekly basis, only one has said that he will vote for Trump. Everyone else, without exception, is voting for Mrs. Clinton.

Perhaps the people with whom you interact on a weekly basis are truly, entirely, pro-Clinton, save one. That is a shame, I do agree. Who the hell wants to feel that alone or be that alienated?

Especially if strong ties don't exist outside of politics. Is that what's going on with you?

rcommal said...

I agree but you need to retreat to a defensible position. A redoubt. Where like minded individuals can defend themselves.

Lots of definition[s] therein. How do you define like-minded, for just one example?

rcommal said...

That is: other than the reference to "a redoubt."