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January 27, 2023

Jimmy Kimmel's 20th Anniversary show is phenomenal.

I hate that I didn’t record it but the flashbacks — especially to himself and with Coldplay— and Matt Damon having a meltdown in the Green Room were the best. ❤️

January 25, 2023

The Hollow: FL Gun Disneyland for Flynn, GOP and Proud Boys



Betting that 6 year old who shot his teacher would like it here.

Also look at this Tik Tok link https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRsJQP1m/

They’re indoctrination projectionists.
January 25, 2023

Tiedrich: McCabe on how misplacing some classified docs is frighteningly easy

… how the fuck are classified documents ending up all the fuck over the place? … For a really good explanation, let’s turn to Andrew McCabe, former Acting and Deputy Director of the FBI, speaking on his and Alison Gill’s Excellent Jack podcast. This is from the January 15 episode, about 4 minutes in. (by the way, you need to be a regular listener to the Jack podcast. it’s a deep dive into Jack Smith’s investigations. new episodes drop every Sunday. transcription is mine, so all of the transcription mistakes are mine as well.)

McCabe:

“… so, SCI is a designation given to some top-secret information and it basically says that if something is SCI it must be maintained in a SCIF, or a Sensitive Compartmentalized Information Facility. so when I was working in counter-terrorism in the FBI, my office was a SCIF, so we could have TS SCI material wherever we were working. but it had to stay there; it couldn’t leave the vault, as they call it, unless you have authorization to transport it essentially to another SCIF. and then beyond SCI information, there’s something called Code Word Protected Information.

so the easiest way to understand this, is the most-sensitive programs that the federal government, the intelligence community is involved in are protected by code words. so any kind of writings or talking about that stuff is covered by a protective code word, and you have to be on a very small list of people that have access to what they call ‘the cabinet’ that contains that code word material. of all these different types of material, the only one that’s actually serialized and tracked is code word protected information. [emphasis mine] that stuff, when it comes to your office, usually in the hands of one of your agency’s security officers. they make you sign for it before they let you look at it. you can look a at it, and you typically have to give it right back, even if you’re working in a SCIF. that stuff is taken and stored by security officers in a special place. and there’s a list of all the people who are exposed to that particular code word information at any time.”




… but what about Donald Trump, I hear you asking. can’t Trump claim plausible deniability here, just like Biden and Pence? yes, he could have, except that Donald Trump, is his very special Donald Trump way, fucked himself by having documents in his desk drawer, mixed in with other personal items, showing that by handling the docs, he knew he had them.
also there’s the obstruction of justice part, which in itself it crimey as fuck.

so in summation: Donald Trump committed crimes. Joe Biden and Mike Pence did not. party at my house when the indictments come down!

https://jefftiedrich.substack.com/p/how-the-fuck-are-classified-documents?utm_source=post-email-title&publication_id=1162742&post_id=98890163&isFreemail=true&utm_medium=email

January 25, 2023

Dear Congress



January 23, 2023

Another one bites the dust



January 21, 2023

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January 19, 2023

TFG deposition excerpt questions the other 24 women who alleged assault

He never answered of course.



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