From our friend Dan Kurz.
Post #52: Given That The Left Still Refuses To Accept The 2016 US Election Outcome, We Are In A Very Dangerous Place
October 13, 2018
With 2018 midterm elections less than a month away, a return to more representative, less lawless government hangs in the balance:
Trump won and the Republicans are (still) in control of both chambers of Congress, but neither the Democrats, the media, Hollywood, the universities, Silicon Valley, K Street, Wall Street, nor the administrative (deep) state have accepted the election results. Quite the representative government and rule of law pummeling resistance. Hillary Clinton’s and Barrack Obama’s Saul Alinksy rules for radicals playbook in action. We see Alinksy’s mobster tactics at work everywhere. Perhaps the conviction that the left refuses to accept the 2016 election result is best captured thusly:
The never-ending Trump Russian collusion witch hunt (if anyone colluded, it was felonious, traitorous Hillary Clinton — and I won’t mention Senator Feinstein’s Chinese chauffeur spy for some 20 years and all her and her husband’s crony Chinese deals). Mitch McConnell, are you listening? Apparently so, for suddenly you are no longer obstructing the good part of Trump’s agenda, but greasing the skids for it.
The unending presidential impeachment threats despite Trump having violated no laws (again in stark contrast to many former Democratic power-brokers); if he had, Mueller’s band of high-powered Democratic operatives would have long discovered it.
Courtesy of Dave.
Oil Priced $400 In Yuan, Russian Military Base – Saudi Insider Says Kingdom Mulls 30 Anti-US Moves
October 16, 2018
If the US imposes sanctions on Saudi Arabia, it will “stab its own economy to death” the head of Al Arabiya said. Riyadh may become friends with Iran, trade its oil in yuan and invite the Russian military.
Saudi officials said they may retaliate against the US, if Washington delivers on a threat to impose sanctions over the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Turki Aldakhil, the General Manager of the Saudi international news network Al Arabiya, said Riyadh was considering some 30 moves that it may take in response to possible sanctions, and many of those he mentions seem pretty harsh.
In an op-ed published on Sunday, the insider said Saudi influence on the oil market alone puts it into position to badly hurt American interests. “If the price of oil reaching $80 angered President Trump, no one should rule out the price jumping to $100, or $200, or even double that figure,” he wrote, adding that Riyadh may start pricing its crude in Chinese yuan rather than US dollar, dealing a blow to its status as a world reserve currency.
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