Raving Wackjob Uses FBI Decision On Hillary To Assault RATs

I’m not going to delve to deep into FBI Director James Comey’s decision to not even bother referring Hillary, and her underlings, to a federal grand jury: more than a few have discussed this.

I will say, briefly, that it highlights a separate standard of law for Certain People, and, come on, liberals, even you know she broke the law, and in your heart of hearts, you know if she was a Republican you’d be livid. You talk all the time about justice for the little guy, that some are treated differently when they’re big wigs. Does it get anymore different? You’d be in jail if you did a thousandth of what she and her people did.

Anyhow, there’s this

From the link (which uses less than flattering photos of Nutty Palin

A deranged Sarah Palin has just responded to the FBI Director’s statement on Hillary Clinton by calling the GOP #NeverTrump movement a bunch of traitors.

Literally, this is how her Facebook post begins:

GOP ‪#‎NEVERTRUMP‬ TRAITORS – HILLARY DELIGHTS IN YOU, FOR SHE CAN’T WIN WITHOUT YOU

How despicable! To call #NeverTrumpers traitors just because they won’t support a horrible candidate like Trump is absolutely ridiculous.

Here’s her tweet on it

She goes on, after briefly referring to the Hillary issue in her typical manner, to assault people who are not supporting Trump, calling them RATs (Republicans Against Trump) again. Right Scoop calls her despicable and a putz. You probably know my opinion on her, which I’ve held since November 2011. She’s certainly not helping the Trump cause. This issue of Hillary being let off scott free was tailor made for Team Trump, and Donald himself, to use it to woo those on the Right, including #NeverTrump, to, if not jump on the Trump train, at least be willing to vote against Hillary, checking the box for Trump, much as liberals did in 2004, when they checked the box for Kerry as a vote against Bush.

Trump could have said “I’m going to clean house if you elect me. No more of this. There is one rule of law for all.”

But, no, Trumpites like Palin (and I saw plenty others on Twitter denigrating non-Trump supporters) have to go and be their raving wackjob selves and drive people away, people he needs if he wants to get enough electoral college votes.

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28 Responses to “Raving Wackjob Uses FBI Decision On Hillary To Assault RATs”

  1. david7134 says:

    If you break the law, just tell them that you have the same privilege as Hillary and that you did not intend to break the law.

    This country has gone, it is no more.

    • John says:

      Given up in the USA ?
      Then get out we don’t need people here who don’t believe in our country

    • John says:

      David no one had ever been convicted or indicted for mishandling classified material without intent being shown
      If you lose a computer containing classified material you are never indicted without intent (giving said computer to someone) such matters have ALWAYS been handled administratively

  2. John says:

    Teavh I sort of remember you defending Pslin well after 11/11 Coukd you post your earliest negative on her with the date ?

  3. gitarcarver says:

    Then get out we don’t need people here who don’t believe in our country

    So follow you own advice john.

    You certainly don’t believe in the country, or the principles upon which it is founded.

    I hear Venezuela maybe looking for people. That’s a county that a socialist like you can get behind.

  4. david7134 says:

    John,
    I am currently setting in my country, why don’t you get out of it? We have been occupied for 150 years and watched as the scum have consistently killed our children, stolen our wealth, and eroded our freedom.

    • John says:

      I love our country !! I am quite happy to live here and see our future as great. Yes we have made mistakes, serious mistakes like Iraq but we do seem to recognize them and move on
      I see our country constantly improving
      Well certainly I don’t believe in ALL of the principles held when first founded, such as slavery. Do you?
      Abortion is illegal in Venezuala, why not at least consider moving to a country that doesn’t kill babies?

    • John says:

      150 years ?? Sounds like you are still smarting from that whipping us Yankees gave you
      Probably still upset over being told that no one wants to see your battle flag flying anyplace anymore
      Yeah 150 years ago you had your freedom to buy and sell whip and rape slaves taken away

  5. bud says:

    The word “traitor” can be applied (in this case, accurately) to members of an institution who actively oppose the policies of that institution. Pretending that SP’s use of the word implies rejection of country so that you can call her despicable is, in itself, despicable.

    Conflation is a tool of propaganda, not persuasion.

  6. Liam Thomas says:

    You know its bad when your chief defender is Sarah Palin.

    The FBI director was about to gag when he gave that thar lil speech in which he pleaded with Clinton to keep him on just 4 more years so he could end Crime in America.

    LOLOLOLOL……….gawd its just not possible to find anyone with heart, soul and a conscience in this country anymore that wants to stand on principals.

    She broke many laws…..but its okay cause she didnt mean to break them.

    IGNORANCE OF THE LAW IS NO EXCUSE. Well I stand corrected….obviously it is an excuse now.

    What a horrible peg to hang the hat of future politicians….Now they can all just claim they didnt know or didnt intend for that to happen and………..

    FREE RIDES HERE THEY COME…….Good one Comey……you just shit on the constitution while your employees were having a circle jerk on the thing.

  7. Jl says:

    From Vodkapundit: “FBI Director finds John Wilkes Booth careless in discharge of firearm….”

  8. drowningpuppies says:

    National security…

    Pfft!

  9. Teavh I sort of remember you defending Pslin well after 11/11 Coukd you post your earliest negative on her with the date ?

    John, I’ve also defended Obama now and then. Same with John Kerry, Nancy Pelosi, Al Gore, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and many others. There are times when I agree with them. I’ve had a few good Twitter convos with Senator Corey Booker, who is actually rather accessible, kudos to him, and a nice guy. We’ve agreed on some environmental issues, disagreed on climate change. Doesn’t mean that I care for the majority of their policy positions, though, or even that I don’t think they are mostly bad for the country.

    As far as Palin goes, I pretty much dismissed her after she finally announced that she wasn’t running for POTUS in November 2011. I slammed her on other sites and Twitter, but, just blew her off on my site. Mostly.

    But, if someone deserves defending, I don’t care who they are. I’ll defend them. I’ll defend you when you’re right. Same with Jeff.

    David no one had ever been convicted or indicted for mishandling classified material without intent being shown

    Oh, contraire, John, they have. Sometimes it’s simply loss of rank, loss of pay, some time in the stockade, loss of security clearance, you know, administrative punishment. Recently, look up the case of Navy member Kristian Saucier, who claims he was just taking selfies to send to a girlfriend. He claims no intent. I didn’t help his case that he tried to get rid of the evidence when the Navy found out about the selfies. He plead guilty.

    And it doesn’t matter about intent, John. The federal statutes are quite specific that intent is not necessary. Plus, Hillary knew better, and signed all sorts of security documents saying she knew better prior to doing it.

    If you lose a computer containing classified material you are never indicted without intent (giving said computer to someone) such matters have ALWAYS been handled administratively

    Hillary did not lose a computer. She intentionally set up an outside server. I’m not going to bother explaining more, because after all these years of this issue, you still do not get it.

    • John says:

      As I said
      No one has been indicted or convicted
      For mishandling classified info without intent to do so
      It is always handled administratively
      As the Director of the FBI so stated
      Are you saying that the FBI director lied ? And that because of the giant media conspiracy no one has called him out on it ?

  10. […] how did Sarah Palin respond? By going on the attack against Republicans who don’t like Donald Trump. She called us traitors, and didn’t stop […]

  11. gitarcarver says:

    Well certainly I don’t believe in ALL of the principles held when first founded, such as slavery. Do you?

    Slavery was a stumbling block to the formation of the country and it is a serious rewrite of history to say it was a “founding principle.”

    However, you seem to disagree with all of the Bill of Rights so it is not a stretch to say that you don’t agree to anything this country was founded upon.

    Abortion is illegal in Venezuala, why not at least consider moving to a country that doesn’t kill babies?

    So you admit that abortion is the killing of babies?

    And btw john, abortion is allowed in Venezuela when the life of the mother is threatened. That is the same position as the majority of Americans hold. In fact, on 17 of millennials now believe that abortion on demand in all cases is right, which is the position that Hillary takes. Doesn’t that make Hillary and you an extremist?

  12. drowningpuppies says:

    150 years ?? Sounds like you are still smarting from that whipping us Yankees gave you…

    Speaking of raving wackjobs… err, uh retards…

  13. Liam Thomas says:

    @John who said.

    David no one had ever been convicted or indicted for mishandling classified material without intent being shown
    If you lose a computer containing classified material you are never indicted without intent (giving said computer to someone) such matters have ALWAYS been handled administratively

    Heres the crux of the matter…She broke every law in the book by circumventing the act in which all federal employees are to keep their personal and professional correspondence on federally overseen systems.

    In this case she willfully and WITH INTENT circumvented these laws in order to keep her personal and much of her professional material out of the reach of the Federal Government and by this standard out of the eyes of the people SHE WORKS FOR.

    IF THIS HAD BEEN GWB OR name your Republican……the left would be rioting in the streets at this fuking ruling.

    HILLARY IS A FUKING CROOK who makes Richard Nixon look like an altar boy. You know it, I know it and the world knows it.

  14. Jeffery says:

    GWB and Karl Rove deleted 22 million emails from the private server they set up, including thousands that were official gov’t business… crickets.

  15. drowningpuppies says:

    Does that little guy who exaggerates often have a point other than showing his stupidity?

  16. Liam Thomas says:

    GWB and Karl Rove deleted 22 million emails from the private server they set up, including thousands that were official gov’t business… crickets.

    First of all, there’s the difference in who’s at the receiving end of the criticisms.

    In 2007, it was a group of higher-up White House staffers and advisers (notably Rove) who occasionally used private email accounts for official business.

    Bush himself was not suspected as being part of this group. Today, the target is a former secretary of state, who only used private email when conducting official government business.

    Rather a significant difference and despite all of that in 2007 in the famous words of the new speaker of the senate………

    “WE HAVE TO GET BACK TO PASSING MORE RESOLUTIONS ON THE IRAQ WAR!”

    Crickets indeed….nothing to see here….lets move along for one very important reason…the left had already destroyed Bush’s presidency and was just waiting to finish him off…..not being able to directly connect him to an email scandal was not as important as showing car bombings every day in the media non stop over and over 24/7/365 till Bush and the GOP were destroyed.

    • John says:

      it looks to me like the last best hope of defeating Hillary just popped like a fat tick
      The Head of the FBI who is a Republican has made his decision
      Sorry guys just another dashed hope of the cons
      But hope springs eternal! What will be the next scandal du jour ?

    • John says:

      Liam
      Bush destroyed himself
      When his approval ratings were in the teens were you one of those still cheering him on?
      15 years to late the British have just released their report on Iraq, the Chilcot report
      It totally slams the Iraq war

  17. Jeffery says:

    Laim,

    Yes, it’s always OK if a Republican does it, so yes, it is different.

    The Bush White House was using at least one private homebrew server, gwb43.com, to conduct official business, and mysteriously “lost” 22 million emails when Congress subpoenaed some of the emails. I guess with Republicans, “The Buck Stops Over There, With That Other Guy”.

    We get it. Cons hate Dems who support progressive taxation, freedoms for all Americans (not just white, straight, Christians), sane and helpful fiscal and monetary policies, sane and reasonable immigration policies, support for the working classes, Social Security, Medicare… we get it. Cons would even support an unfit, burgeoning dictator/strongman like Donald Trump promising to smite all non-white, non-straight, non-Christians in his path to make America Great (White, Christian) Again. We get it. You’re attacks on Clinton are tactics in the larger strategy. Cons take advantage of whatever seam they can unravel.

    Do you think the witness who claims she saw Trump rape a 13 year old girl will come forward? Will this hurt Trump politically (obviously, not with his base)?

  18. drowningpuppies says:

    Yes, it’s always OK if a Republican does it, so yes, it is different.

    –that little guy who exaggerates often once again proves his own stupidity or maybe that he’s a just a leftist tool that dishonestly revises history

  19. freedoms for all Americans

    Says the guy whose Party is attempting to kill Due Process. Even the ACLU disagrees with you, Jeff.

    sane and helpful fiscal and monetary policies

    Says the guy whose Party spends willy nilly on things that fail, and cares little about the debt.

    sane and reasonable immigration policies

    Says the guy whose Party wants to legalize law breakers and bring in people who have links to hardcore Islam, and are bringing all sorts of diseases, such as outbreaks of TB.

    support for the working classes

    Says the guy whose Party wants to disarm the working class, leaving them vulnerable to the crime in Democratic Party run cities, as well as lower their standard of living through their ‘climate change’ policies, jack up their cost of living, cost of energy, and so forth.

    It’s all a deflection from Jeff. But, hey, on the bright side, since Jeff thinks the Bush White House broke the law with the email server, then he thinks Hillary should be prosecuted. Right, Jeff? Can’t have it both ways.

  20. John says:

    So exactly when was it that you realized Sarah Palin should not have been one heart best from being POTUS?

  21. So exactly when was it that you realized Sarah Palin should not have been one heart best from being POTUS?

    I’ll give you a legitimate answer: I started having doubt during the latter part of the summer of 2011, when she was playing all these games, cutting her bus tour off halfway through, really not having any ground game, not seeming to really understand the issues at more than a very basic level. It wasn’t so much about doubting her ability for VP, but POTUS, and, even more, trusting her and listening to what she had to say. There was no growth. She was more of a media hound rather than a pundit. Right or wrong, you and Jeff both have more to say than she does on subjects. Her schtick got old real fast.

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