Is There Something To President Trump’s “Wiretapping” Tweet?

On March 4, early in the morning, President Trump tweeted out that he just found out former President Obama “wiretapped” him.

And of course, the press went batshit. St. Barry would never do anything like that. He was all perfect and stuff. The President requested that the Congress investigate. All I’ve seen out of it is various Congress-critters saying “There’s no evidence!” My under-my-breath response is usually “Yeah, I know, dumbass! He said to investigate.”

From what I saw over the course of the campaign and the last 50 some days of his administration, I don’t think the President just rashly tweeted that for no good reason. People think he’s stupid and charges around “like a bull in a china shop”, but I think he’s playing a much higher level strategy game than they see. And they don’t learn, no matter how many rounds of the strategy game he plays with them.

He said yesterday in his interview with Tucker Carlson that some things would be coming out over the next couple of weeks.

Anonymous Conservative seems to have come to the same conclusion I did:

I don’t know if this is by design, but with this administration it probably is. Notice how Donald is training everyone. A lesser operator would have just come out with whatever they had, and avoided this minor period of turbulence. But Donald waits, and lets whoever might stand against him take their position, before he cracks the whip.

If Obama went around the system, and had foreigners spy on an opposition candidate with a sitting President’s authorization, it will be a major scandal that will rewrite the procedures for the domestic surveillance of citizens by foreign entities on behalf of US intelligence. It will dominate the news. And when it does a lot of idiots who didn’t have President Trump’s back will have to endure the cost.

It will not take too many plays like this to train the disloyal cucks and establishment hacks to keep their mouths shut when the Donald speaks.

I disagree with his last statement. I don’t expect them to learn. But I think he is setting some of them up for the next election. He’s shining a light and seeing where the cockroaches are. 2018 will be here before you know it, cucks.

CNN Needs Better Technical People (Or They’re A Joke)

Yet again, CNN’s feed gets cut. That seems to be happening a lot lately. Happened when Bernie Sanders jokingly mentioned “Fake News”. It’s getting to where I can’t keep track of how often their feed drops. And I don’t watch CNN. I keep hearing about it from the sources I do follow.

Clinton News Network

Counterfit News Network

Crap News Network

Communist News Network

On the bright side, if you ever find yourself on CNN and want to get off, just hit the eject button with a bit of truth of a comment on “fake news”, and your feed will be cut. You’re free to go.

Andrew Dice Clay Needs A Safe Space

Dice blocked Mark Dice on Twitter:

Pretty much what Mark Dice says: when I was a teenager, Andrew Dice Clay  (real name Andrew Clay Silverstein) was a hero. My friend and I used to drive around listening to one of his CDs. I think I still have a couple of his CDs. But I guess if being that profane was the norm, he wouldn’t have stood out. Where else in the late 80’s where you supposed to find a comedian who dropped F-bombs and talked about banging chicks?

The last CD of his I was aware of, he said he was going to become a feminist. “Penny wit a penis.” He disappeared from the scene after that.  I think that was around ’93. I was stationed in San Diego for a Navy tech school then.

I saw him on Celebrity Apprentice. Dude could barely string two words together in a coherent manner. And those two words were “You” and “know”.

PewDiePie Continues To Troll

Eventually, PewDiePie will probably return to a peacetime footing and go back to making video game and satire videos for his audience. Until then, I’m enjoying the show.

The other day, he played a “Hitler Simulator”. I don’t recall what the game is actually called. I’m not much of a gamer, which is why I watched #gamergate from the sidelines rather than participate.

I doubt the media will ever learn their lesson, but they are losing power. Accusations of “racism”, “white supremacism”, “homophobia”, “anti-Semitism”, etc. aren’t the ostracizing factors they used to be. Anymore, most of us who identify with the “alt-right”, when we hear somebody accused of these things, no longer think “What a monster!” Our reaction now is “I’ve got to see this shit! What did this guy do to stir up such a hornet’s nest in the opposition media?”

And The “Stupid App Of The Year Award” Goes To…

Egalitarianism is bullshit. I don’t know what women think “equal” means, but this isn’t it. If you want to run with the big dogs, you have to be able to keep up. That means dealing with being interrupted without launching a campaign and getting somebody to build a silly app. Everybody gets interrupted; not just women. Oh yeah, and inventing stupid new words. We can play that game too: Bitchterruption (womanterruption is too long and sounds too stupid). Bitchsplaining.

This Is Why SNL Is Unwatchable

When liberals go into full on “SJW” mode, the only “humor” they have regarding conservatives and libertarians is “They’re stupid!” And it makes them unwatchable.

South Park totally called it:

Alex Jones responds:

I suppose Alec Baldwin’s silly performace was a good advertisement for InfoWars.com. Wait, wasn’t Alec supposed to have left the country after Bush won in 2000? Just like Vox Day documented: SJW’s always lie.

I Wish “Virtual Assistants” Let You Add Custom Sources

I’ve occasionally played with the various Virtual Assistants. Siri I consider to be about useless. Cortana is probably one of the best, but still not close to “there” yet. Google isn’t bad, but is missing quite a lot.

One hallmark of VAs is to give you alerts about news items or sports or whatever. I turn off the sports stuff as best as I can, because I don’t give a crap about sports. But news alerts only come from “mainstream” sources. These are not sources I need, or trust.

Google Assistant finally showed up on my Note 5. I played around with it some, and went into the settings. As for news sources, it only gives you the typical ones: BBC, PBS, MSLGBTV, and the rest. I turned off all but Fox News. Then I tried a test. I said “Show me headlines from Breitbart.com”.

It showed me a Media Matters article ABOUT Breitbart. Total bullshit.

I’m glad for some of the alt-tech we have already. I was an early backer of Infogalactic. I got on gab.ai as soon as I heard about it. Somehow, at a time when the waiting list was two weeks, I had my account in under two hours on a Sunday. Right place, right time? There’s a new on called vk.com. So far, Matt Forney is the only person I know on there.

Gab is a replacement for Twitter. A lot of alt-right and conservatives that got kicked off Twitter have migrated over there. VK is supposedly a Facebook replacement. Both have a long way to go, but the fact that they exist is a good sign.

I doubt I’ll get kicked off Twitter, but I don’t use it much. I mostly just favorite some of President Trump’s tweets, and now Malik Obama. And a few others I see when I’m on there.

I hope we start getting some alt-right friendly software soon. I’d love a virtual assistant that can give me news alerts about President Trump that aren’t from the Huffington post. Let me select my own sources of news.

I have some Gab invites if you’re interested. Email me or leave a comment.

I’m Glad I Can Fix My Own Computers

Court documents prove the FBI used Best Buy’s “Geek Squad” to gather evidence.

IV Right of search and seizure regulated

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

V Provisons concerning prosecution

No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation.

Privacy is not a function of whether or not you have anything to hide. I get sick of hearing that. The last time I had a discussion with one of those “If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about” people, I told him if the police ever show up at my house and ask to search it without a warrant, I’m going to tell them, no, but give them his address and say “This guy says he has nothing to hide and doesn’t see a need for a fourth or fifth amendment. Go search his house without a warrant. I’m sure he’ll let you.”

The Method Behind The Madness of the Surveillance Tweet

Anonymous Conservative analyzes how President Trump immunized himself and neutralized an attack with a single tweet.

Since the release, there has been no further releases of information by the Trump twitter account. He is immunized from responsibility, so the tweets have all stopped. If he had not tweeted, the media would probably have used government spying as a way to attack him, and blame him. But once the spies were seen as attacking President Trump, attacking them was seen by the media as helping Trump, so the Wikileaks release got much less airtime than it probably would have otherwise.

So how does this protect the surveillance state? I suspect that Obama’s efforts to impeach and remove President Trump were based around exposing the surveillance state and blaming it on President Trump. So long as President Trump could be tied to the surveillance state, this plan would just have to wait a year or two to let him be established as the President overseeing it, and then it could be set in motion releasing information Obama’s people gathered right before leaving office.

But President Trump, by tweeting that he was a victim of the surveillance state, has now created a broader perception that he was a victim of the surveillance state. Now even if Obama’s outfit did release everything being done by the intelligence apparatus, Trump could seamlessly pivot to being the representative of the people in that battle.

Indeed, given that he tweeted that Obama was the one who wiretapped him, it is entirely possible that he could blame the entire thing on Obama. If Obama tried to attack with that battle plan, it is not impossible President Trump and the Republican House and Senate could Impeach and Convict him for High Crimes and Misdemeanors. That is probably why he singled out Obama, rather than the NSA, or CIA, or any other entity.

This was a blindingly brilliant move, that thwarted an entire avenue of attack. It turned a situation involving definite absolute destruction of the Trump Administration into a destruction of Obama’s entire legacy, and it did it with a Tweet of under 140 characters, that was probably sent in under 30 seconds. Trump is beyond anything anyone can imagine.

Had Trump not tweeted what he did, I think the full extent of the security state would have been aired out with Church Committee like hearings carefully planned and executed by Obama’s operation, and then it all would have come down to further the end of destroying President Trump. My expectation now is that we will not hear much more about the surveillance state, unless Wikileaks releases something shocking, which I suspect is doubtful. (They seem to hang onto the really juicy stuff as blackmail to prevent intelligence from acting too aggressively toward them.)