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The Biden disaster

British Member of Parliament William Wilberforce was born today in 1759 in East Riding, Yorkshire, England.

He was a devout Evangelical Christian and conservative who led the effort to abolish slavery throughout most of the United Kingdom.

While in the United States Democrat dominated southern states insisted on keeping slavery, which was antithetical to our Declaration of Independence and Constitution, Wilberforce worked tireless for 20 years to urge Parliament to enact the Abolition of the Slave Trade bill during the 1789 session of Parliament. The bill didn’t become law until July 26, 1833. Wilberforce who was suffering from prolonged ill health, died in the early morning hours three days later on July 29.

England ended the slave trade without firing a shot. In the United States, slavery came to end after a bloody and prolonged civil war that nearly tore the nation apart. It took the creation of the Republican Party, a Republican president (Abraham Lincoln) to finally wrest slaves away from their Democrat masters.

Don’t forget

The Stupid Party

All the absolute buffoonery emanating from alleged President Biden’s administration just compels me to get back to blogging. The ongoing disaster and human rights and international embarrassment of Braindead’s Afghanistan bug out is stunning to behold.

While it’s important to note that the Democrat Party is largely responsible for the FUBAR Biden presidency, brought to us by out right election fraud on an industrial scale, we should not forget the Republican fellow travelers who joined in the steal because they blanched at mean Tweets by President Trump.

Instapundit links to an August 23 editorial by Issues & Insights highlighting the manifold failures of Brain Dead young presidency. The editorial itself, though, references a letter signed by 70 dumbass Republican “national security officials” endorsing Brain Dead.

We believe Joe Biden has the character, experience, and temperament to lead this nation. We believe he will restore the dignity of the presidency, bring Americans together, reassert America’s role as a global leader, and inspire our nation to live up to its ideals.

Issues & Insights

Which got me to wondering, who are these luminaries. Well, I&I provided a helpful link to the letter posted on the webpage of a group called DefendingDemocracyTogether.org. Who they? You might ask. Well, none other than infamous NeverTrumpers and otherwise milquetoast Republicans such as William Kristal, Mona Charen, Linda Chavez, Christine Todd Whitman and a small gaggle of other nobodies.

They’re typical liberal Republicans who talk “conservative” during primaries and general elections, but go right back to sabotaging anything real conservatives on Congress attempt to accomplish. They gleefully add the bi-partisan gloss to Democrat schemes and love to stab grassroot, ordinary joe and jane Republicans in the back.

But who are these 70 former national security poohbahs?

The letter provides a helpful list.

  • Adm. Steve Abbot, Fmr Dep Homeland Security Advisor
  • Kenneth Adelman, Fmr Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
  • Amb. Peter Allgeier, Fmr Deputy US Trade Representative
  • Mary Catherine Andrews, Fmr Special Asst to the President
  • Richard Armitage, Fmr Deputy Secretary of State
  • Christopher Barton, Fmr Director, NSC Staff
  • Nancy Bearg, Fmr Senior Director, NSC Staff
  • John Bellinger, Fmr Legal Adviser, Dept of State
  • Adm. Kenneth Bernard, Fmr Special Asst to the President
  • Mark Bitterman, Fmr Special Asst to the Secretary of Defense
  • Amb. Robert Blackwill, Fmr Deputy National Security Advisor
  • Christian Bonat, Fmr Dep General Counsel, Defense Dept
  • Amb. Richard Boucher, Fmr Asst Secretary of State
  • Amb. Charles Bowers, Fmr US Ambassador
  • Bertram Braun, Fmr Director, NSC Staff
  • Amb. Peter Bridges, Fmr US Ambassador
  • Douglas Brook, Fmr Asst Secretary of the Army
  • Linton Brooks, Fmr Under Secretary of Energy
  • Greg Brower, Fmr Asst Director of the FBI
  • Kara Bue, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • Amb. Richard Burt, Fmr US Ambassador to Germany
  • Sally Canfield, Fmr Dep Chief of Staff, Dept of Homeland Security
  • Victor Cha, Fmr Director, NSC Staff
  • Amb. Jack Chow, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • Thomas Christensen, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • Eliot Cohen, Fmr Counselor of the Dept of State
  • Joseph Collins, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of Defense
  • Heather Conley, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • Bret Coulson, Fmr Director, NSC Staff
  • Chester Crocker, Fmr Asst Secretary of State
  • Patrick Cronin, Fmr Asst Administrator, USAID
  • Amb. Sada Cumber, Fmr US Special Envoy to the OIC​
  • Mike Donley, Fmr Secretary of the Air Force
  • Raymond DuBois, Fmr Acting Under Secretary of the Army
  • Lewis Dunn, Fmr Asst Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
  • Amb. Eric Edelman, Fmr Under Secretary of Defense
  • Gary Edson, Fmr Deputy National Security Advisor
  • Richard Falkenrath, Fmr Dep Asst to the President
  • Amb. Julie Finley, Fmr US Ambassador
  • Carl Ford, Fmr Asst Secretary of State
  • Aaron Friedberg, Fmr Dep Asst to the Vice President
  • William Gaches, Fmr Director of Counterterrorism, NSA
  • Janice Gardner, Fmr Asst Secretary of the Treasury
  • John Gardner, Fmr Special Asst to the President
  • Amb. James Glassman, Fmr Under Secretary of State
  • Amb. Jon Glassman, Fmr Dep National Security Advisor to the Vice President
  • David Gordon, Fmr Director, State Dept, Policy Planning
  • Colleen Graffy, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • Michael Green, Fmr Senior Director, NSC Staff
  • Sen. Chuck Hagel, Fmr Secretary of Defense and US Senator
  • Christopher Hankin, Fmr Dep Asst Secretry of State
  • Mark Harvey, Fmr Special Asst to the President
  • Gen. Michael Hayden, Fmr Director of the CIA and the NSA
  • Amb. Carla Hills, Fmr US Trade Representative
  • Seth Hurwitz, Fmr Counsel, President’s Intelligence Oversight Board
  • Ash Jain, Fmr Member, State Dept Policy Planning
  • Les Janka, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of Defense
  • Neil Joeck, Fmr Director, NSC Staff
  • Amb. Richard Kauzlarich, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • James Kelly, Fmr Asst Secretary of State
  • Donald Kerr, Fmr Princ Dep Director of National Intelligence
  • Rep. Jim Kolbe, Fmr Member of Congress
  • David Kramer, Fmr Asst Secretary of State
  • Stephen Krasner, Fmr Director, State Dept Policy Planning
  • Ken Krieg, Fmr Under Secretary of Defense
  • James Kunder, Fmr Deputy Administrator, USAID
  • Amb. Frank Lavin, Fmr Under Secretary of Commerce
  • Rep. Jim Leach, Fmr Member of Congress
  • Bruce Lemkin, Fmr Dep Under Secretary of the Air Force
  • Michael Leiter, Fmr Director, National Counterterrorism Ctr
  • Peter Lichtenbaum, Fmr Asst Secretary of Commerce
  • Amb. Winston Lord, Fmr US Ambassador
  • James Loy, Fmr Dep Secretary of Homeland Security
  • Peter Madigan, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary State
  • Amb. Steven Mann, Fmr Prin Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • Col. John McDonald, Fmr Dep Under Secretary of the Army
  • Bryan McGrath, Former US Navy Officer
  • Amb. Michael McKinley, Fmr US Ambassador
  • Christopher Mellon, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of Defense
  • David Merkel, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of State
  • John Mitnick, Fmr General Counsel, Department of Homeland Security
  • Allen Moore, Fmr Under Secretary of Commerce
  • Alberto Mora, Fmr Gen Counsel, Dept of the Navy
  • Holly Morrow, Fmr Director, NSC Staff
  • Kenneth Mortensen, Fmr Assoc Dep Attorney General
  • Virginia Mulberger, Fmr Special Asst to the President
  • Alden Munson, Fmr Dep Director of National Intelligence
  • Amb. John Negroponte, Fmr Director of National Intelligence, and Fmr Deputy Secretary of State
  • Elizabeth Neumann, Fmr Asst Secretary of Homeland Security
  • Sean O’Keefe, Fmr Secretary of the Navy and NASA Administrator
  • Douglas Paal, Fmr Senior Director, NSC Staff
  • Larry Pfeiffer, Fmr Chief of Staff, CIA
  • William Piekney, Fmr Chief of Station, CIA
  • Daniel Price, Fmr Dep National Security Advisor
  • Sen. Larry Pressler, Fmr US Senator
  • Clyde Prestowitz, Fmr Counselor to the Secretary of Commerce
  • Victor Reis, Fmr Director, Defense Adv Research Projects Agency
  • Paul Rosenzweig, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of Homeland Security
  • Nicholas Rostow, Fmr NSC Legal Adviser
  • Kori Schake, Fmr Prin Dep Director, State Dept Policy Planning
  • Wayne Schroeder, Fmr Dep Under Secretary of Defense
  • Amb. Gregory Schulte, Fmr Senior Director, NSC Staff
  • Robert Shanks, Fmr Dep Asst Attorney General
  • Amb. Thomas Shannon, Fmr Under Secretary of State
  • Rep. Christopher Shays, Fmr Member of Congress
  • John Simon, Fmr Senior Director, NSC Staff
  • Stephen Slick, Fmr Senior Director, NSC Staff
  • Amb. Mark Storella, Fmr US Ambassador
  • Timothy Stratford, Fmr Asst US Trade Representative
  • Amb. William Taft, Fmr Deputy Secretary of Defense
  • Shirin Tahir-Kheli, Fmr Special Asst to the President
  • Miles Taylor, Fmr Chief of Staff, Dept of Homeland Security
  • William Tobey, Fmr Dep Administrator, Nat Nuclear Security Admin
  • Jack Tomarchio, Fmr Princ Dep Under Secretary of Homeland Security
  • Olivia Troye, Fmr Special Advisor to the Vice President
  • Amb. Robert Tuttle, Fmr US Ambassador to the United Kingdom
  • John Veroneau, Fmr Dep US Trade Representative
  • Michael Vickers, Fmr Under Secretary of Defense
  • Ken Wainstein, Fmr Homeland Security Advisor
  • David Waller, Fmr Asst Secretary of Energy
  • Thomas Ward, Fmr Director of Threats, Ballistic Missile Defense Organization
  • Sen. John Warner, Fmr US Senator
  • Matthew Waxman, Fmr Prin Dep Director, State Dept Policy Planning
  • William Webster, Fmr Director of the CIA and FBI
  • Wendell Willkie II, Fmr General Counsel, Dept of Commerce
  • John Woodworth, Fmr Dep Asst Secretary of Defense
  • John Wolf, Fmr Asst Secretary of State
  • Dov Zakheim, Fmr Under Secretary of Defense
  • Philip Zelikow, Fmr Counselor of the Dept of State

Some of these names are familiar, such as Sen. Warner from Virginia, now deceased. The rest are typical swamp creatures. I don’t know their pedigrees, schooling or work accomplishments. But what I do know is the fact that they leant their names to an effort to get Joseph Robinette Biden elected president forever marks them as useless stooges who should never be consulted on foreign policy, strategy or evening grilling hamburgers.

The fact that they hated an accomplished man like President Trump in favor of a career politician–who has no accomplishments of his own and who has been wrong on every foreign policy issue to come along in the last four decades and who is nothing more than a self-serving con man–demonstrates a profound level of intellectual and moral obtuseness.

They along with the rest of Brain Dead’s White House staff and the woke military leadership have the blood of thousands on their hands and wear the shame of national failure like a dunce cap.

Friday ‘Grass

Friday Grass

Doug Ross created a series of infographics that very simply illustrate the Democrat’s effort to steal the 2020 election from President Trump.

Epic Rant (NSFW)

This guy sums up the way a lot of us Deplorables feel about the current crap show of an election that the Democrats want to steal.

Friday Grass

The unabashed brazenness of the Democrats and media attempt to steal the 2020 election is just breathtaking to behold.

The longer this charade goes on, the moral outrage builds within me to join millions of President Trump supporters to again march on Washington, but this time to burn the damn city to the ground.

Rudyard Kipling expressed this pent up anger in his poem, The Beginnings.

It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late
With long arrears to make good,
When the English began to hate.

They were not easily moved,
They were icy-willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the English began to hate.

Their voices were even and low,
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show,
When the English began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd,
It was not taught by the State.
No man spoke it aloud,
When the English began to hate.

It was not suddenly bred,
It will not swiftly abate,
Through the chill years ahead,
When Time shall count from the date
That the English began to hate.

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