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| September 18, 2019


The dogs are still barking at the moon about Brett Kavanaugh.

Part of this is in regard to Brett Kavanaugh and Whitewater: He was asked to be on Ken Starr’s team investigating Bill Clinton’s activities re: Whitewater and the allegations of financial impropriety by Pres. Clinton and Hillary.

The following article specifies that the individual who is designated as a ‘target’ at a party has no recollection of the alleged incident, and the conclusion is that it is made up out of whole cloth.


In regard to why the Congress critter (bitch) who wants another investigation is pursuing this, read on.

Kavanaugh was hired by Ken Starr to work for him on the Whitewater investigation. This investigation eventually led to the testimony of Monica Lewinsky regarding her Oval Office behavior with Pres. Clinton and elsewhere, and to the impeachment of Pres. Clinton.


From the article: Kavanaugh and Rosenstein held very different jobs during their tenure with Starr, but faced many of the same pressures.

A graduate of Yale Law School, Kavanaugh was a top Starr deputy who spent his early time on the independent counsel team reinvestigating the suicide of White House lawyer Vince Foster. Some conservative members of Congress had pushed the theory that Foster had been killed to prevent him from disclosing sensitive information about Bill or Hillary Clinton. (Note: Foster blew his brains out by putting a gun in his mouth and pulling the trigger. He was profoundly depressed over many things that he encountered in Washington, DC, and felt powerless in the face of them. The gossip that he was killed by a gunshot from behind ignores the fact that a bullet from a gun in your mouth is fired at pointblank range and will destroy the jaws as well as some cervical vertebrae, as well as damage the medulla oblongata, a/k/a the brainstem. All of this results in a quick death. It is very destructive.)

Kavanaugh briefly left Starr’s staff in 1997 before returning to help craft the office’s final report. In memos, the lawyer advocated that President Clinton should be forced from office for “his pattern of revolting behavior” and pushed prosecutors to aggressively and explicitly questioning the president about his sexual activity. – article

The link to the pdf of the Senate investigation re: Whitewater, etc., is here: https://www.congress.gov/congressional-report/104th-congress/senate-report/280/1

In regard to the allegations by Blasey-Ford and the other woman, from the Fort Worth Star:


From the article: The question is: Does a man who pursued the truth at exceptional cost to his professional and personal life and who passionately believes the Supreme Court can be non-partisan believe an investigation is a necessity in this case?

“Here is my fundamental threshold concern: There was a breakdown in process when this allegation came to (Democratic Calif. U.S. Senator) Dianne Feinstein in July,” Starr said. “For whatever reason, she sat on it and allowed it to be anonymous. Then the name was leaked. There are all of these (discoveries) in the 11th hour; where did this come from?

“Six full FBI investigations before (into Kavanaugh), and now this is a big deal? Not just the United States Court of Appeals, but why wasn’t this brought forward earlier?” – article

Why, indeed, was it not brought forward earlier?

Here’s another tidbit: Hillary Clinton participated in drafting a memo on impeachment, when Nixon was in office. The subject was researched back to the 14th century, to see if impeachment could be used against Richard Nixon, but he resigned before that was attempted. Every now and then, it comes up again. https://news.immitate.com/2019/09/16/hillary-clintons-zombie-impeachment-memo-that-could-help-fell-trump-politico/

From the article: It started in early 1974.

The walls were closing in on a beleaguered Richard Nixon. His aides were going down one by one. He had tried — and failed — to halt the investigations into his behavior by cleaning house during the infamous “Saturday Night Massacre.”

On Capitol Hill, Hillary Rodham, a 26-year-old law school graduate, was hired by the House Judiciary Committee to work on a bipartisan staff effort to help determine whether to impeach Nixon. She joined a team of aspiring lawyers that also included Bill Weld, who would go on to his own illustrious career as a top Justice Department prosecutor, Massachusetts governor and most recently as a longshot 2020 GOP primary challenger against Trump. – article

It was, in fact, resurrected and used against Bill Clinton.

And now we have a vengeful Congress (Pressly) critter who wants to nail Kavanaugh’s hide to a wall over a piece of gossipy, salacious fiction, over fictitious actions denied by the targeted “victim”, who says she has no recollection of it and refuses to appear before the media. The alleged victim’s name is in the book, if you’re interested. The two “authors” of that book tried to blame their editors, which is quite lame.  Basically, they made this crap up out of whole cloth, dust bunnies and cloud songs, and ignored the fact that they can be held responsible for what they have published.

Have they and Pressly never heard of libel litigation? None of them are immune to it, including Pressly.

I have never believed in coincidences, and the loud, fierce noises coming out of this non-incident and the Democrats in general on the pre-campaign campaign trail are beginning to sound like a bunch of dogs barking at the moon. Enough of this crap, and even more reasonable people likely to vote (D) may change their minds.

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  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    More evidence of the deep state (from both parties) attempting to destroy this Republic to maintain/get more power for themselves. More evidence that they will do whatever is needed to bring down dTrump just because, well…orange man bad.

    Our entire government is rife with looters and pillagers. They are the worst enemies of this country we have seen since the late 1850s and the 1860s. The politicians then drove the citizens into a war against each other, they are trying their damndest to do the same again. This will give them the chance to declare the martial law that will insure the destruction of our Country.

    Is it time to break out the pitchforks and torches yet?

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Y’know, if they’d get into brawling fights in either part of Congress, HoR or Senate, like they used to do, I’d be a lot happier with them.

      The tension in both houses must be higher than it has ever been in the past. Something is going to pop between now and next fall’s election, and I don’t think it will be dTrump.

  2. marinedad61 says:

    Shucks….. Not WULF. lol

  3. A Proud Infidel®™️ says:

    Further proof of what a filthy whorehouse Washington DC is.

  4. Toxic Deplorable Racist B Woodman says:

    “Basically, they made this crap up out of whole cloth, dust bunnies and cloud songs,”

    You forgot unicorn farts.

  5. Howling at the Moon by Hank Williams Sr.

  6. Perry Gaskill says:

    This post could use some clarification. In point of fact, the most recent Kavanaugh allegations were not made up from “whole cloth, dust bunnies and cloud songs.” The two New York Times reporters did apparently have two unidentified sources who said the events at the drunken party were conveyed to them by a guy named Max Stier who, the same sources said, was there at the time.

    Stier has declined to speak directly to the NYT reporters; the unidentified female victim said she can’t recall the incident. Nor has anyone else who was at the party come forward to corroborate what now amounts to arguably salacious gossip. What the NYT reporters did, at least it seems to me, was not so much a matter of libel as it was biased journalistic cowardice. They had available attribution in the two unidentified sources, but it was extremely weak.

    It might also be pointed out that Kavanaugh is a public figure which means that the rules for libel are not the same as for a private person. Too, the NYT reporters, backed by a legion of NYT lawyers can claim, however tenuously, that they were acting with absence of malice.

    An additional point, at least in the context of the current NYT controversy, is that while it’s true that Kavanaugh worked for Ken Starr during his investigation of Whitewater, Max Stier was on the legal defense staff of Bill Clinton at the same time.

    • rgr769 says:

      Yes, Stier is a member of the Clinton political mob, so anything he is purported to have said about Kavanaugh should be viewed with extreme skepticism. Finally, compared to the criminal Clintons and their political gangsters, Kavanaugh is a choir boy.

  7. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    They are working themselves up to “selective defiance of SCOTUS”.

    Any decision they oppose, with an affirming vote by Kavanaugh, becomes “illegitimate!!” and non-applicable.

    Essentially, no different from “Heads, we win the Presidency. Tails, IMPEACH!!!”

    Rule by shriek.

    They can’t conceive of winding up on the wrong side of that, at the hands of their own side.

    Robespierre would nod in agreement, if he could.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Absolutely, 11B.

      The Convention saw Robespierre as a tyrant and his Republic of Virtue as authoritarian. A faction of the Convention banded together to destroy Robespierre before he destroyed the remaining members of the French government. On July 28, 1794, Robespierre and his followers were guillotined. – https://www.mtholyoke.edu/courses/rschwart/hist255/kat_anna/fallr.html

      These shrieking dorks are doing a fine job of making themselves as unpleasant as possible.

      What’s that old saying? Be careful what you wish for. You might get it.

  8. OWB says:

    The published reports suggest that the alleged incident made “victims” of both K (someone else was supposedly handling him) and the female who doesn’t recall the incident at all.

    Such a stupid delusion. The “victim” is pursuing defamation charges, right?