FBI Corruption and the Fate of Brett Kavanaugh

By: Cliff Kincaid

The startling Ambrose Evans-Pritchard article, My Sinister Battle with Brett Kavanaugh over the Truth, exposes a dirty secret from Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s past. But this doesn’t have to do with drinking or sex and neither the Republicans nor the Democrats want to talk about it. Kavanaugh justified the use of the FBI to harass and intimidate a Grand Jury witness in the Vincent Foster probe. Evans-Pritchard calls them “rogue operations at the heart of the U.S. federal system.” But how rogue are they?

Evans-Pritchard (the Washington correspondent of the London Sunday Telegraph at the time) is given well-deserved credit for finding Patrick Knowlton, a key witness in the case of the death of Clinton Deputy White House attorney Vincent Foster. Knowlton was at the park where the body was found and provided evidence about a suspicious person at the park. He described the cars at the scene. Foster’s car was not there. This means that contrary to what Independent Counsel Ken Starr (and his young prosecutor Brett Kavanaugh) concluded, Foster could not have driven himself to the park to kill himself. What’s more, Foster’s fingerprints were not on the gun and it was not his gun.

Nobody knows exactly why Foster was killed, but he had NSA binders in his possession and an FBI expert on sex crimes was assigned to the case.

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Are we being played?

By: T.F. Stern | Self-Educated American

These past few weeks have been interesting to watch from the Peanut Gallery, a reference to a television program from back in my youth, The Howdy Doody Show.  While the Buffalo Bob entertained, there were kids seated off to the side on the set to cheer, laugh or otherwise add to the moment.

During this circus, the one called a Supreme Court nomination process, have we been treated, is it our turn in the Peanut Gallery?  Booing and clapping, wringing our hands or spitting on the floor in disgust while Congressmen and Senators line up for photo opportunities in the hope of gaining enough votes to get re-elected when mid-terms come in November.  It’s all one big show.

Never mind the lynching of Kavanaugh, that’s to be expected.  It’s called collateral damage by those who really don’t give a hang about individuals.  Kavanaugh and his family were selected to be sacrificed, it goes with being a public figure according to those who live inside the Beltway.

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The Kavanaugh Allegations Are Psychological Terrorism, And It’s Time They End

By: James Simpson | The Federalist

Vilification is a form of psychological terrorism. Because the fury displayed by those leveling the charges is so relentless and uncompromising, it carries its own threat.

The left’s smear tactics have come on full display during the surfeit of attacks on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Whether you support or oppose this SCOTUS nomination, the tactics being used are more extreme even than during the Clarence Thomas hearings.

But as we know, they are nothing new, and Democrats will continue to use them until the American people scream “Enough!” — because they are effective. The real goal is psychological terrorism—that is, engaging in a scorched-earth effort to destroy the target, and in so doing intimidating anyone willing to enter public service, or even just support a public figure that does not parrot the politically correct line.

The charges do not need to be true, or even credible. People do not recoil because of the charges themselves (although, as we see, the left spares no effort to dream up the worst accusations they can think of). People recoil out of fear.

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Rape Victims Should be Furious at the Dems Over Ford

By: Peter Gunn | New Zeal

After what has been one of the most shameful political spectacles in history, the confirmation process of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is nearly at a close. While at this press time, I have no idea what the outcome is, I do know that our country has hit an all-time low.

Our leftist friends can only see one possibility in the allegations against Judge Kavanaugh because that is what the narrative demands. Their one and only possibility is that Dr. Ford’s testimony is the unvarnished truth… along with the truth that Judge Kavanaugh waved his willy at some girl at a party, and (my favorite) the truth that as a high school student, he and his friends fed college girls quaaludes to gang rape them at parties- parties the victims would keep going back to, ostensibly because they wanted to be raped again… I guess… I’m not sure how that part of the story works.

In reality there exist, of course, two possibilities. First, that this is the most horrific political hit job in history. That Ms. Ford sees her “civic duty” as fighting against Donald Trump and his minions of evil by any means necessary. If that means excoriating an innocent man in front of his young daughters with a story that is embellished at best or made up at worst, well it is a small price to pay for social justice. But, there is also the possibility that Brett Kavanaugh was indeed a 15-year-old groper of girls. Dismissing the other two allegations as too ridiculous to dignify, let’s pretend… (and I did say pretend) that Ms. Ford’s allegations are 100% true. Let us further speculate that one’s behavior in high school should be germane to fitness for high government office nearly 40 years later.

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United States Withdraws from the Treaty of Amity/Iran

By: Denise Simon | Founders Code

In part:

The International Court of Justice at the United Nations has issued an “order” Tuesday demanding that the United States lift sanctions against Iran re-imposed after the Trump administration decided to pull out of a nuclear proliferation treaty inked with Iran during the Obama years.

Iran apparently requested that the ICJ force the United States to rescind measures banning the sale and transport of certain “humanitarian goods” to the region, including medical supplies, emergency food, and mechanical and airplane parts.

The Hauge, agreeing with the Iranians, issued the “blow” to the Trump White House Tuesday.

“The court finds unanimously that … the United States of America … shall remove by means of its choosing any impediments arising from the measures announced on 8 May to the free exportation to Iran of medicines and medical devices, food, and agricultural commodities” chief judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf said, according to the Times of India.

Yusuf added that if the United States does not lift the ban on airplane parts, there is a “potential to endanger civil aviation safety in Iran and the lives of its users.”

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