The Rabid Conservative

Think Right, Act Right, Be Right.

Posts Tagged ‘wikileaks

False Piety IV, V, VI–WikiLeaks, Russians, Old Information

leave a comment »

I’ve not had a lot of time to comment lately – something about real work getting in the way of the blogosphere stuff. But, I have about three of these to post, so, here we go, like the previously noted, the Democrats have been crying crocodile tears about the heavy hits that they have been sustaining.

False Piety Point #4: HRC makes the assertion about Trump using information from sources relating to Russia, and because of that, we shouldn’t listen. Never mind the actual CONTENT of the some 23 WikiLeaks drops, the thousands of mail messages that have been running around Twitter like angry kittens. It’s funny because Clinton, Inc. is avoiding the content like the plague. Doesn’t matter that CNN has been implicated, feeding the Clinton campaign debate questions, or the mounting proof that Clinton and the DNC railroaded Bernie Sanders out of the race (and probably slid him some hush money).

But Clinton is attempting a tactic often used in the legal world, and one that is not being bought by the masses: admissibility of evidence. In law, if evidence is obtained in a way that is considered illegal or unethical, that evidence cannot be used in court. So HRC comes in, and basically tells us that because the information came from WikiLeaks, after US systems and personnel got compromised by a Russian hacker, we shouldn’t listen to any of it.

But I guarantee that if the situation was reversed, HRC would not even blink in her need to bring this up. And she wouldn’t care where it came from – probably call Putin a “friend to America” or some dumbwittery.

False Piety Point #5: This weekend, we saw an bombshell drop which reminded me of the final scene in Independence Day (the first one, not the one that sucked), where the ship hovering over Area 51 got blown up by one suicide pilot.


HRC’s campaign controllers are in full on panic and Huma Abedin is MIA at this point (hopefully she doesn’t end up “disappearing” or something). But what they keep saying argues how Comey dropped this campaign nuke right ahead of the election.

But I guarantee if the shoe were on the other foot, and Comey were dropping a massive tac-nuke on the Trump Campaign, HRC would have no problem as to its “timeliness” or accuse Comey of election meddling.

False Piety Point #6: Released just today, we’re seeing information released under the FOIA from the FBI – 129 pages of records, bringing up an investigation from 15 years ago into Bill Clinton pardoning Marc Rich. Regardless of the content, the Clinton campaign is big to bring up that this investigation was from 15 years ago – an old investigation to be sure, not to mention its timeliness.

Oh, and making the entire Access Hollywood comments from over ten years ago – that’s important information into the character of Donald Trump, but Clinton pardoning Rich just before leaving office, something that is specious at best, deeply corrupt at the worst, meanwhile HRC gets 100 grand for her Senate run and the Clinton Library nearly half a million – that’s not telling of moral character?

So political kickbacks and buyoffs are okay, but locker room talk isn’t?

So as the election is within the final week, we see, yet again, HRC struggling to keep her campaign from blowing up and crashing like what happens with most frauds.

To my friends.


Written by The Rabid Conservative

November 2, 2016 at 7:42 am

Posted in Political

Tagged with , , ,

Screw the ACLU – Manning Got Off Easy

with 4 comments

35 Years?  Seriously?  Here’s a guy who compromised more data than Robert Hanssen did back in the 80’s in one stroke and they’re giving him only 35 years, where he is even eligible for parole in just 8 years.  I guess aiding and abetting the enemy isn’t the same thing.

I don’t know, perhaps my time in the military was different because I learned that compromising intelligence gets people killed.  Perhaps all of those briefings about keeping classified data made me think that there are folks out there in the world who wanted to harm the US through the use of our secrets.  Maybe there is something to that old cliché that says, “Loose lips sink ships”. 

“When a soldier who shared information with the press and public is punished far more harshly than others who tortured prisoners and killed civilians, something is seriously wrong with our justice system,”  – Ben Wizner, director of the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy and Technology Project.

Screw you, Ben.  How many people are going to suffer now as a result of what Manning did?  Do you have any idea that when members of the military begin to waiver in their duty to protect intelligence, they can cause serious damage to our soldiers in garrison or the field?  Probably not.  He didn’t “share information with the press and public”, he compromised national security.  That’s the part you don’t get, you idiot.

Personally, I believe Manning deserves more time in prison.  Nothing he did was honorable.  In my book, he provided aid and comfort to the enemy by disclosing information with which he was entrusted.  He signed an agreement that he wouldn’t divulge – and that agreement didn’t give him the OK to do it when his conscience demanded it.  He violated his oath and now, he will pay for it.

But not enough in my book.

(by the way, I’m going to be mad about this.  And I don’t want to hear anything from those people that thought Zimmerman got off easy for the Trayvon Martin thing)

Written by The Rabid Conservative

August 21, 2013 at 2:20 pm

%d bloggers like this: