Saturday, January 28, 2017

Ann Donnelly, America Last

Fantasizes about filthy romps
with swashbuckling Saracens
A black robe from Brooklyn, on behalf of the ACLU, thwarts the electoral mandate given to the president by the American people in favor of Iraqi immigrants to whom the US constitution does not apply.

America First meets ethnomasochistic leap-frogging loyalties, certainly not for the last time.

While the dumb ones are calling him Hitler, those with a little more on the ball see him as another Andrew Jackson. How I'd love to see Trump agree and amplify by giving them the Jackson treatment vis-a-vis John Marshall with regards to Georgia and the Cherokee!

That's not going to happen (yet), but the bully pulpit shouldn't be used for the purposes of reconciliation, it should be used to grind our enemies into pulp.


Random Dude on the Internet said...

> That's not going to happen (yet), but the bully pulpit shouldn't be used for the purposes of reconciliation, it should be used to grind our enemies into pulp.

I remember when Trump won and there was a call from conservatives to be stoic, even apologetic after the victory. These happened to be the same people who thought it would be a coup for Trump if he brought on Mitt Romney as Secretary of State. I'm glad that these people were ignored, even mocked and ridiculed as a response. This isn't time to be building bridges with the left, this is the time to humiliate and disenfranchise them the way they've been doing to the right for so long.

Trump's first week in office has been amazingly effective, probably the most effective in recent history and definitely since FDR. Imagine how flummoxed Paul Ryan, John McCain, and Lindsey Graham are as they see President Trump issue bigly amounts of executive orders; they have been denied the pleasure of thwarting his agenda. I see a chorus of "HE CAN'T DO THAT!" on social media but thanks to President Obama, there is clear precedent of just issuing executive orders instead of trying to work with an oppositional Congress. There will be a time where Trump needs to get bills passed through Congress and that's when there will be the various showdowns between obstructionist/backstabbing members of his own party. That will be when things get fun. I look forward to reading Trump's attacks on these people from his personal Twitter account, which he still uses instead of the POTUS twitter.

Mil-Tech Bard said...

The is typical leftist judge of the "The law is what I say it is on any particular day" type.

Judges at her level do not have the authority to declare a nation wide.

Trump is going to eat here and do a lot of damage to judicial branch cedibility in the process.

Audacious Epigone said...

Random Dude,

Scott Adams on Trump's first week:

"You’re probably seeing the best persuasion you will ever see from a new president. Instead of dribbling out one headline at a time, so the vultures and critics can focus their fire, Trump has flooded the playing field. You don’t know where to aim your outrage. He’s creating so many opportunities for disagreement that it’s mentally exhausting. Literally. He’s wearing down the critics, replacing their specific complaints with entire encyclopedias of complaints. And when Trump has created a hundred reasons to complain, do you know what impression will be left with the public?

He sure got a lot done.

Even if you don’t like it.

In only a few days, Trump has made us question what-the-hell every other president was doing during their first weeks in office. Were they even trying?"

Mil-Tech Bard said...

Alright, this is the scope of the judge's ruling --

"The stay granted by the judge only pertains to those who were already physically present in the United States, or in transit to the United States at the time the Executive Order was signed. It likewise only pertains to those with valid, legal visas. The Executive Order remains in force with respect to all would-be travelers and refugees from the seven program countries referenced in the Executive Order."

I still have trouble seeing how a district judge can claim national affect.

For travelers to NY airports in her district, yes.

But no greater than that geographc jurisdiction.

That said -- Trump ought to double down on this by sending these 200 to Gitmo for the duration of the court battle.

Audacious Epigone said...

Mil-Tech Bard,

That's a great observation. How can a district judge's ruling be applied outside her district?

Mil-Tech Bard said...


This is the fed4ral law Trump used in his executive order, which was unchallenged by the Judge's stay --

8 USC § 1182(f) Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by President

Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate. Whenever the Attorney General finds that a commercial airline has failed to comply with regulations of the Attorney General relating to requirements of airlines for the detection of fraudulent documents used by passengers traveling to the United States (including the training of personnel in such detection), the Attorney General may suspend the entry of some or all aliens transported to the United States by such airline.

See link --

Mil-Tech Bard said...


See below --

Department Of Homeland Security Response To Recent Litigation
Release Date: January 29, 2017
For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
Contact: 202-282-8010

WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security will continue to enforce all of President Trump’s Executive Orders in a manner that ensures the safety and security of the American people. President Trump’s Executive Orders remain in place—prohibited travel will remain prohibited, and the U.S. government retains its right to revoke visas at any time if required for national security or public safety. President Trump’s Executive Order affects a minor portion of international travelers, and is a first step towards reestablishing control over America’s borders and national security.

Approximately 80 million international travelers enter the United States every year. Yesterday, less than one percent of the more than 325,000 international air travelers who arrive every day were inconvenienced while enhanced security measures were implemented. These individuals went through enhanced security screenings and are being processed for entry to the United States, consistent with our immigration laws and judicial orders.

The Department of Homeland Security will faithfully execute the immigration laws, and we will treat all of those we encounter humanely and with professionalism. No foreign national in a foreign land, without ties to the United States, has any unfettered right to demand entry into the United States or to demand immigration benefits in the United States.

The Department of Homeland Security will comply with judicial orders; faithfully enforce our immigration laws, and implement President Trump’s Executive Orders to ensure that those entering the United States do not pose a threat to our country or the American people.

Mil-Tech Bard said...


Trump also mentioned the following in his E.O. --

Section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 states: Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or non immigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.

The Federal district Judge will lose this, fast.

Random Dude on the Internet said...

> The Federal district Judge will lose this, fast.

Yeah and it will be fun for the left to completely disconnect from reality on this front as well:


That or they think there is a statute of limitations on the law:


Of course ignoring that Obama used nearly 100 year old surveillance laws to shut down whistleblowers.

These next eight years are going to be glorious.

Audacious Epigone said...

Mil-Tech Bard,

Great work, thanks.

Random Dude,

I've talked to a few people who participated in the women's march last week who think Trump will crack under all the pressure.

They're delusional, and probably engaged in more than a little psychological projection. Trump is as extroverted as they come and he feeds off this sort of media pugilism. It energizes him. The real question is what will their state of mind be like in 6 months, 2 years, 7 years of this?

These next 8 years will be glorious indeed.

Mil-Tech Bard said...

>>I've talked to a few people who participated in the women's march last week who think Trump will crack under all the pressure.

This is not going to happen.

>>They're delusional, and probably engaged in more than a little psychological projection.

Da Comrade.

>>Trump is as extroverted as they come and he feeds off this sort of media pugilism. It energizes him.

The last 18-month Presidential campaign sure points that way.

>>The real question is what will their state of mind be like in 6 months, 2 years, 7 years of this?

I'm waiting for these yo-yo's to kick off a BLM/Black Panther based urban insurgency.

It is the only way they can deal with the pain of the cognitive dissonance Trump winning will cause.

Mil-Tech Bard said...

According to lower court LAW and MOTIONS lawyer I know, this is following the traditional federal jurisdictional dispute script.


A judge gets grabby on someone else's turf and is ignored by the federal agencies outside her district until the federal judiciary makes a formal decision on the related case rule and issues a formal order assigning all related cases to a single district court judge.

AKA, the script as applied to reality --

Customs agents ignore judge, enforce Trump’s travel ban: ACLU

Because this is a lifetime appointee leftist wingnut federal district judge, she can issue whatever ruling she wants, including:

"From this day on, the official language ... will be Swedish.


In addition to that, all citizens will be required to change their underwear every half-hour.

Underwear will be worn on the outside so we can check.

Furthermore, all children under 16 years old are now... 16 years old!"

None of that will hold up, but as a lifetime appointee with no professional repercussions from the Judiciary, she can order it.

IMO, this behavior by the Leftists on the Federal Bench plays into Trump's hands just like the MSM's behavior during the primary and general election did.

Once you lose your credibility, you won't get it back.

Feryl said...

Aud -

Good quip about Donnelly's real passion. I don't remember when it exactly happened, but at some point in the blogosphere I warned that the problem with female judges/rulers/lawyers etc. is that their judgement can easily get swayed if they find anyone to be a turn-on (assuming they're not a frigid sociopath like Hilary). Which is even more relevant and destructive if there are youngish bad boys involved(see: serial killer groupies). This kind of thing isn't a big deal for powerful dudes, since after all, there are minimal restrictions on any reasonably presentable dude getting laid. Whereas women (especially upper class ones who are apt to get involved in important decisions) face taboos about not getting it on with outlaws, or at least not owning up to these fantasies and the degree to which they've been fulfilled.

Why is Trump acting like he's in an 80's action movie? Cuz he don't give a shit about the feeling of intellectuals, lawyers, and bureaucrats. He's acting out a fantasy that regular people have dreamed about since the 70's. After about 1970 (and certainly by the late 70's) we saw greater and greater damage inflicted on us by activists and cultural Marxists. By the 90's, we couldn't even say things that were regarded as common sense in a bygone era. There was a time when people who got fired from their job just moved on. Little bitterness, no lawyers, no federal investigations, etc. Deal with it, go work somewhere else.

That growing sound of distressed moaning is coming from academics, artists, lawyers, multi-cult career politicians, activists, and so on whose guts are being pummeled by the terror of a new era in which a decline in parasitic feeding on both the vulnerable and the real workers via high immigration levels, endless lawsuits, complaining, regulations, and humiliating censorship of normal speech/thought means that these people are experiencing a sudden and unexpected loss of status and fewer opportunities for venal careerism.

The locus of society is being reoriented towards communal well-being at the expense of cynical individualists (who I do realize sometimes push a seemingly collective ideology that is in fact designed to create a multi-cult society in which a certain class attains great status while ignoring a substantial majority of people aka less fashionable white people). For all the horror that libertarians have been expressing about statism since FDR, the reality is that since 1965 it's become impossible to even have anything resembling collective goals due to the 3rd world invasion (unless I suppose the collective goal all along was to create a fractured society). Besides, in a place like America, even the whites have enough diversity and Western individualism that we were never going to be like China or Soviet Russia. The very weakness of the pre-Trump state in keeping out undesirable 3rd Worlders is precisely the reason we ended up with such a mess. An "authoritarian" populist state does seem to bug elitist Jews and Anglos but for us heartland vulgarians it's long overdue.

Audacious Epigone said...


I get the sense that it goes beyond not giving a shit--I think he enjoys it. Trump's never been about reinventing himself--he's had the same personality, orientation, even dress for decades. And he's always enjoyed going to figurative fisticuffs with oppositional actors whether they be in media, politics, or celebrities.

Jack Burton said...

They never learn. That's one of their biggest flaws. They're so biased, short-sighted and arrogant they don't recognize who Trump really is.

They all laughed at him. They said he wouldn't be nominated. They said he wouldn't be elected. They said he wouldn't have the energy to do all the work when he got there. They still don't know who they're fucking with! The man is a machine. Many people half his age say they can't keep up with him. He's 70 years old!

Many have said what he's done in a week is what most presidents would do in a whole year.

I believe he can keep this pace as well. It's going to be a great 8 years! Once he starts making positive changes that no one can argue with like helping inner city blacks, I think he will secure his second term.

Feryl said...

The scene with the female non-white congressers being slapped with the indignity of a hang-up phone call by no-nonsense law enforcement at LAX was like something a Reagan era screen writer scripted. American society was already so legalistic and tilted towards criminals/misfits by the 70's that Leftists often derided the rationale and plausibility of renegade cop movies. Wasn't it up to the activist influenced judiciary and increasingly Left-wing politicians to thwart the threat of bigoted and reactionary police and conservative middle-Americans alike?

Remember Micheal Moore saying that Trump's election was the biggest FU ever? We're now going to experience such a catharsis on a regular basis. At least those of who aren't avowed communists or cheap labor addicted "conservatives" will be in for a rush. Stop selling your countrymen out, get back to real work, and shut the hell up if you don't have anything useful to contribute.

Feryl said...

Jack -

Another major boner is seizing on every trump word/deed, as though it is without precedent or equal in it's crassness and danger, to decreasing effect and attention. This really isn't anything new; Reagan and both Bushes were also treated like pinatas too. But neither was hit by the same level of ferocity even though aspects of both Reagan and especially either Bush were deserving of at least skepticism. Proles get tired of the non-stop indiscriminate hate when they respect the target (as with Reagan and Trump) and think that the haters are being whiny drama queens. Pick your battles more wisely.

Part of is manners/affect. Reagan and the Bushes were concerned with class and keeping up appearances. Trump, on the other hand, instantly recognizes an enemy and seizes it by the throat and refuses to let go. The imperious and cocky media assume that they basically get impunity to say and do whatever they want after decades of complacency and no accountability. Trump shows up, demands that they stop the bullshit, and elicits gasps and cries from the bloated worthless media.

Joshua Sinistar said...

These stupid fuckers don't know this game. Trump sin't helping us, he's helping them. The sorry little sinecures are playing the puppet show that ended awhile back. All its doing now is showing how little actual support this dessicated system ever really had. It was all smoke and mirrors. The enemy bought all the media to play this game. Its called gaslighting and fake consensus. They make you believe what they want you to see by controlling all the channels. It really is a rigged system. They have all the fake and phony disinfo operators like Bill Hicks A.K.A. Alex Jones and Cheeto Bandito Glenn Cuck making all opposition seem like loons. They're the domestic version of David Icke, a former Historian who doubted the Holocaust and sold out to talk about superintelligent reptilian aliens. X-Files. The Truth is out there. They make it seem like its crazy "conspiracy theories". Conspiracy Theory is a famous and long-standing CIA disinfo term. The "tinfoil hats" that tell the Truth, but the system calls crazy.
They blew it. The Cat is Out of the Bag. They cannot put it back in. Those premature celebrations of the Death of White People showed everyone that Hitler was Right. They are the homicidal/genocidal greedy slaver bastards that HATE White People. Just like he, Hitler, and every prominent White Man like Henry Ford, Charles Lindbergh and others all said.
The jews play it the same every time. Control the media and banks. Threaten and ruin all who speak out. They only get their way because they play both sides. The Dem/Rep muppet show. The loonies on the Left and the Fruits on the Right. There is no middle ground. The system is rigged. Always has been since The Federal Reserve Act gave them the money and they bought everything up with their worthless Monopoly Money.
White people are beginning to see it now. The GOP isn't just limp. They're the Washington Generals that get paid to lose to the Harlem Globetrotters. Its just a show. Its not a real game. Its rigged from the beginning to the end.

Mil-Tech Bard said...

Joshua Sinistar,

The bottom like up front it that the Alt-Right was winning over whites in America.

AE, CH and others are no longer the only people seeing this.

From the mainstream conservative Rod Dreher, below, The White Tribe, RISING --


Mil-Tech Bard said...

Grrr...flipping android devices

The bottom _line_ up front.

Mil-Tech Bard said...


This is a hoot --

Writing at The Patriarch Tree:

What is “phallic imperialism,” how does the protester propose to “crush” it, and what would a post-phallic world look like? We have to ask questions like that — what do these words mean in the minds of those who use them?? –?if we are to develop any treatment for the madness that has seized these kooks.

You can read the whole thing, which makes a point about how feminists and other progressives have isolated themselves from the political mainstream, so that they imagine everyone shares their weird beliefs. (Bonus fact: The phrase “phallic imperialism” was coined by lesbian feminist Sue Katz in a 1971 article in which she denounced heterosexuality as an “institution” of “phallic tyranny.”)

Audacious Epigone said...

Not only is he going to wear his critics out a la Scott Adams, more importantly he's going to wear tolerance of them out. We're less than two weeks into his presidency and they've already screamed "bloody murder!" 100 times. We're obviously a long way out but it's not difficult to see a mechanism for how we could be looking at Trumpslide! 2020.