CPAC – Triggering Dems For Sure!

Oh is this ever glorious. Just going to cause ‘splody heads all over the DNC…

Watch for a 3rd Impeachment of now retired Potus Donald Trump:

Turns out Trump won the “Straw Pole” by unbelievable numbers:

(Screen grabs from the video above)

Most important issue? The lying vote stealing fraud of the Democrats. Followed closely by erosion (or is that outright trashing?) of Constitutional Rights by the Democrats. Followed by Democrats wanting to change the electorate illegally… Then seasoned with ~”Shit-can the asinine Democrat economy killing”…

CPAC Issues Matter

CPAC Issues Matter

Who’s Agenda is YOUR Agenda? By 95% – Donald Trump’s!

Trump Agenda

Trump Agenda

Do you want Trump Again? 68%. (With 15% RINOs and afraid and 17% waiting to test the wind and then get back on the Trump Train…)

Despite everything the Dimocrats have done, 7 out of 10 Republicans are firmly for Trump.

Trump Again in 2024

Trump Again in 2024

If the vote were today, which Republican would you vote for? (Realize many of the folks at CPAC are friends and family of some of the potential candidates or on their payroll).

55% for Trump. Ron DeSantos at 21. So what do you think of a Trump / DeSantos ticket? I’m up for it.

Who Vote For Today

Who Vote For Today

Somehow I’m hearing “No I won’t back down…” playing in the background… ;-)

Or is that a chorus of “Bring it!”… the modern version of:
Molon labe μολὼν λαβέ!

(‘Cause someone complained about my using American rose instead of French Rosé… doncha know ‘Merican ain’t got none of them dingliny thangs?)

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41 Responses to CPAC – Triggering Dems For Sure!

  1. philjourdan says:

    Trump is going to troll the hell out of the democrats and fake news media for the next 4 years. He is their heroin. They are addicted even though they know it is killing them.

  2. YMMV says:

    Molon labe μολὼν λαβέ!

    I had to look that one up.

    or… ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ !

    (Go Texans!)

  3. philjourdan says:

    @YMMV – that one (Molon Labe) has been trending on conservative sites for the past 12 years.

  4. another ian says:

    Maybe add some Shakespeare to future discussions too?

  5. H.R. says:

    @another ian – Now there’s a useful list!

    On cable nowadays, all they have is “Eff you!”.

    That’s it. No imagination whatsoever. Should someone ever let loose with, “You pribbling bat-forling foot-licker!” I believe I just might watch the whole show.

  6. The True Nolan says:

    If the past is any indicator of the future, I do not think there is much chance that the Dems (and their RINO allies) will allow an honest election in November of 2022. The difference is that this time there will be a LOT of people who will NOT be blindsided by it. Will the Dems back down? Will there be blood in the streets? Or will the (presumably) majority of Americans roll over and go back to sleep?
    Place your bets, gentlemen.

  7. The True Nolan says:

    @H.R. “On cable nowadays, all they have is “Eff you!”.”

    Very true, and a dangerous habit to boot. Back in the days of dinosaurs, the FU was a sort of nuclear bomb, a clear indicator that someone was about to throw a punch, pull a knife, or fire a weapon. The different levels of cursse and obscenity were a warning of just how important the disagreement was, or just how angry the parties were. Now — BAM! The arguments start off with FU and there is no way to know whether this is a minor, “drive more carefully in the future” moment or a “prepare to die” ultimatum. Worst of all, it is coarse and without wit.

  8. another ian says:

    You’ve still got what Jeremy Clarkson refers to as “the worst word in the world”. Much more widely used for a long time in Commonwealth “description”

  9. another ian says:

    “Strategic and Smart, President Trump Begins “Save America PAC””

    Sounds like something for the “That’s not supposed to happen” file

  10. H.R. says:

    @another ian re President (yes, he is) Trump’s Save America PAC.

    I figured he’d do something like that and wrote as much several weeks ago. Bumbling Orange Man Bad Drumpf, as the TDS sufferers think of him, knows the power of financial leverage as well as anyone.

    The YSM has played him as stupid and inept 24/7 for 4+ years, so this Save America PAC, if it isn’t a surprise to the brain-frozen Dem base and (R) Never-Trumpers, may even go unnoticed by them.

    Meanwhile, word WILL get around to Trump’s supporters and the RNC will be coming up a lot of dollars short while Trump’s PAC will be raking in the dough. I know we’ll be sending money to President Trump and NOT to the RNC.

    I’m thinking the multi-national corporations will still give mostly to the Dems with maybe a few CYA dollars thrown to the RNC “just in case.” That’s business as usual.

    What I foresee is that Main Street American businesses will not give money to the RNC. Instead, it will go to the Save America PAC.

    Just a WAG and making it up, I think Trump will control 2/3rds to 3/4s of the money and the RNC will have to make do with the leftovers. It would NOT break my heart if I was wrong and Trump will control 90% of the money.

  11. p.g.sharrow says:

    I think H.R. is right, people are getting sullen over the RNC swamp rat Never Trumpers.
    I read a “what if” yesterday that posed Trump running for a house seat in 2022 as his PAC sweeps the house and becomes Speaker of the House. Impeaches Biden/Harris and takes control.

    BUT, it is not necessary for him to win a seat. According to the Constitution the house can Elect Anyone as Speaker! It does not have to be a member of the house.

    Still, the problem remains, Stop the voting fraud or we never get rid of the Dark State. We never have the opportunity to clean up the badly corrupted Judiciary. Once again the American Bar Association (New York Bar) has gutted Constitutional Law. Just like they did in 1812 and 1862

  12. E.M.Smith says:


    Now I’ll have to look up what lawyers did in 1812 and 1862…

    I like the Ideal of Trump running for the House… Just to watch Pelosi explode at his being there every day even if nothing else happened ;-)

    But putting him at Speaker and running their own plays against them would be golden.


    RNC not getting any of my money. Trump pac? Sure.


    The Public are not monolithic. Some will cheer. Some will roll over and sleep. Some will work like hell to make things right. It all depends. Right now I’m in “The Royally Pissed Reverves”… but available for duty if the right action calls. I seem pretty good at ending up an Accidental Undercover, so maybe signing up as a Democrat to “count votes”?

    @Per Cursing:

    Yeah, very unimaginative these days. Once, at a party, “Very Clueful Sister” was gritting her teeth over “Cute But Dumb As Rocks Sister”, who though she could sing… But “had issues”. Clueless Sister was unsure but thought it a complement when I said how “Creative and new” her singing was and then I gushed as I congratulated her with “And such imaginative note selection!”… as a sideways look at Clueful Sister showed her trying hard to suppress a small grin as she understood what I was doing, and knew Bag-O-Rocks Sis didn’t get it.

    I’ve also addressed someone as Sirrah Foo and they didn’t get it…

    Sirrah is an archaic term used to address inferiors, sometimes as an expression of contempt (but not as familiar). The term appears in several Shakespeare plays, such as Julius Caesar, Othello, Antony and Cleopatra, Twelfth Night and the Merchant of Venice. It is related to “Sir”, even though the social connotation of its use is opposed.

    There’s a certain charm to insulting someone at just the right level of subtlety…

  13. u.k.(us) says:

    First two stanzas:
    “He was a hard headed man
    He was brutally handsome y’all she was terminally pretty”

  14. another ian says:

    “Finally, instead of lefty globalist collective marxists: just call them “upper class””

  15. another ian says:

    From another blog. Anyone heard of this?

    “Anyone heard of bidens EO 30 by 30?

    30% of this countries acres under complete federal control by 2030.”

    A while back I can remember a map of proposed reserves etc which didn’t leave a lot of US for anything else.


    “Hilarity Biden gives speech pleading for Americans to wear masks, then forgets his mask while mingling with crowd”

  16. another ian says:

    If you don’t see it you don’t have a chance of believing it!

    “CNN Goes Full Babylon Bee”

    “It’s the US’ deadliest avalanche season in years. Experts say Covid is partly to blame”

  17. another ian says:

    Erl – a round about comment as I can’t see comments on your item.

    Charleville has the post office about 1875 – 1959 and the airport 1942 – now. So there is overlap 1942 – 1959

  18. another ian says:

    “Alistair Crooks
    March 2, 2021 at 7:45 am · Reply
    For years I have been thinking and talking about the “march through the institutions” as if this was all a left vs right issue – but it never really seemed to stack up in the detail. More recently I have been listening to the Delingpole podcasts – interviewing Patrick Wood. This is a fascinating series that adds real meat onto the bones – via “Technocracy” and the “Trilateral Commission”

    Try it. Its astonishing. And offers a much more realistic explanation of current events.”

    And more at

  19. another ian says:

    A choice thread heading (IMO) – or should that be “triggering”?


    “31 million viewers for Donald Trump’s CPAC speech. And that was just online.”

  20. another ian says:

    Willis E

    “On Historical Responsibility”

    “So … why can people still vote for the Democrat Party, when Democrats were the core of the Confederate south, the founders of the KKK, the creators of “Jim Crow” laws, the people who did their best to prevent black people from voting, the people who kept segregation going for decades, the people who elected KKK Leader and 10% Joe Biden’s good pal Robert Byrd to Congress, and the people who have a stronger historical association with slavery than the “Dixie Chicks” could ever have?”

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  22. Taz says:

    YouTube suspends Right Side Broadcasting Network for covering President Trump speech

  23. philjourdan says:

    @Taz – Are you surprised? Or shocked?

    I wish I was either, but this is the new fascists. Free speech is only free if you agree with the State. No exceptions. Cancel will cancel all until there is no one left to cancel (Geisel was a flaming liberal who abhored racism!)

    For the record, the books cancelled? They did not depict any racial stereotypes. They did depict actual tribal norms.

    But what the hell! We are erasing reality.

  24. E.M.Smith says:

    I find the idea that Dr. Seuss Books will now be traded on the Dark Web (GASP!) and perhaps even a New Silk Road absolutely Hilarious!

    “Psst… Hey, buddy, want ta’ see a Cat In The Hat? I got more…”

  25. philjourdan says:

    The meaning of insanity – when Dr. Seuss is banned as hate speech and the top song of the year is about Wet Ass Pussy.

  26. YMMV says:

    I haven’t figured it out. We know the Big Media are leftists, so it is not surprising that they censor stuff to the right of them (it is surprising they get away with it). But they also censor the stuff that leftists like (naked bodies). Inconsistently. Banned on Instagram but okay on television.

    If someone (anyone) calls something racist, it is immediately banned. End of story. Doesn’t matter whether it is or not. And nobody on the left has any doubts. The mob rules and there are no rules.

    Funny thing, it’s almost instantaneous. Do they coordinate these actions on the dark web?

  27. philjourdan says:

    @YMMV – Re: Coordination

    No, on the Journalist. They do not know the dark web from their dark hearts. They are not Chiefios. They are just Banana Republic dictators.

  28. H.R. says:

    philjourdan says:
    6 March 2021 at 11:13 pm
    The meaning of insanity – when Dr. Seuss is banned as hate speech and the top song of the year is about Wet Ass Pussy.

    I had no idea.

    But one of the wayposts of socialist/commie revolution is to create insanity so that you doubt your own sanity. Then you become pliable to doublespeak, which is insanity itself.


    YMMV says:
    6 March 2021 at 11:23 pm
    I haven’t figured it out. We know the Big Media are leftists, so it is not surprising that they censor stuff to the right of them (it is surprising they get away with it). But they also censor the stuff that leftists like (naked bodies). Inconsistently. Banned on Instagram but okay on television.<

    Ehhhh…. you just made a follow on observation to philjourdan.

    Dear Leader will make proclamations such as "We were never at war with East Asia," and then the next day proclaim "We have always bee at war with East Asia."

    That's insane, but readily accepted by those who have been conditioned to the the edicts of Dear Socialist Leader.

    I think it was another ian… maybe not, maybe beththeserf… who posted a link to tan article which documented he senseless brutality and jarring, head-jerking 180 degree edicts of Stalin(?) or one of the classic commie dictators.

    The purpose was to display their raw, naked power and that any hesitation or dissent from absolute disobedience, let alone merely puzzling over the disconnect and insanity of the edict, was a death sentence.

    Hopefully, whoever posted that link to the article will recall it and repost the link.

  29. philjourdan says:

    @HR – when insanity becomes the norm, why bother with worrying about what you are? That is the democrats.

  30. cdquarles says:

    Novelist Ayn Rand put it another way. In her novels, the EBPTB would make edicts/laws that were numerous and elastic. The normal person couldn’t be sure what was and what wasn’t legal/ethical. Successful people were hounded one way or another until they either broke and went along with it or fought it by making the system live up to its own rules. I’ve read the US code … we are already there, I’d say. It played out when Antifa was “just an idea” yet questioning the “election” is verboten.

  31. YMMV says:

    Recently in the news, the leftist uproar over this Twitter comment: “Congratulations @MrAndyNgo. Finally had the time to read your important book. You’re a brave man”. By Mumford & Sons banjo player Winston Marshall. Picture exploding heads. He was booted from the band, and has since issued a self-criticism about his need to “examine my blindspots”

    Andy Ngo is indeed a brave man to go against Antifa. This proves to Winston Marshall and everybody else that he does not meet that standard of bravery and that Antifa is indeed evil.

    self-criticism has a long history with Stalin and Mao.–Leninism)
    I find this a particularly sly and evil way of ensuring conformity and respect of the authority, psychological manipulation. You are not a victim of the state, you have failed the state.
    Oh, Stalin, I am not worthy! I confess!

  32. philjourdan says:

    @YMMV – Notice that Stalin and Satan are so similar?

    First rule of Cancel culture – never Apologize! Then you are “Dead Meat”.

  33. E.M.Smith says:

    ALWAYS take the opportunity, if attacked, to call a public news conference where you will “apologize” and instead state that it is all BS and a garbage attack and spend the time “outing” the attack and the attackers.

    The ONLY way to stop them from coming at you forever is to make it “about them” and not about you.

    Attack. NEVER surrender.

  34. Power Grab says:

    @ HR re:

    “The purpose was to display their raw, naked power and that any hesitation or dissent from absolute disobedience, let alone merely puzzling over the disconnect and insanity of the edict, was a death sentence.”

    I also think one reason they keep changing the rules is so people have to keep paying attention to their “oracles”. That makes the GEBs more like gods to the populace.

  35. jim2 says:

    Decentralized, open source, censorship-resistant infrastructure

    Minds is open source and integrates with several technologies that make it more resilient to censorship.

    Its integration with the Permaweb, a blockchain-based, decentralized content storage system, to makes user posts more resilient to censorship. According to Minds, “once added, posts cannot be removed from the Permaweb” but they can still be “dereferenced at multiple levels.”

    Minds CEO Bill Ottman has billed this Permaweb integration as something that “provides users with an invaluable, immutable, and censorship-resistant backup of their content.”

  36. Simon Derricutt says:

    Jim2 – Pointman says that Minds is being censored and that Soros money is behind it. It should be expected that some of these sites claiming free speech might be something other than they say they are.

  37. E.M.Smith says:

    There’s also the potential for an over zealous employee to censor despite management wishes.

    There is a fundamental problem in censorship. What lines to draw where. I can be accused of censorship because F-bombs auto route to SPAM and I manually police “insults to the person” (as opposed to behaviours of the person).

    What I don’t do is forbid opinions.

    Basically, I don’t care what you believe as long as you are polite about it and not X rated.

    Is that censorship? Of a sort, yes. But how do you run a family friendly site with NO limits? You can’t. Flame wars degenerate into F-bombs and insult parades, doxing and worse. Or Adversary Trolls show up to “Dirty you up” as it looks like was tried at Bitchute early on.

    So while zero censorship sounds good, in practice it quarantines you into a XXX & Nazi lover box via flamers, Trolls, and Dirty Trixters.

    Don’t know any way out of that dilemma.

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