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By HatetheSwamp
September 5, 2022 4:47 am
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When Curt shut down the old SS Forum and left us with The POST, I was going by the name Rube, in mocking tribute to the sanctimony of the "Blue MAGA progressive Swampcultists" who were, in the the latter days of the Forum, regularly calling people who didn't adhere to the rigid progressive creed, "Rubes."

When I began to register to participate in The POST, SS wouldn't allow me to be pb. I tried Rube. It rejected that, too. Curt tried to help but nothing he suggested worked, so, out of the blue, I dubbed myself, HatetheSwamp.

Many have been the moments since then that I've concluded that I dubbed wisely.

In my life, there are many loves. But, as is true of all the posters here who live boldly in their subjectivity, even if they deny it...po and isle most prominently...there are hates. The hates give prominence and power to the loves.

I despise Trump. I think that Trump is despicable. I post that reality on SS more than any sentiment.

Trump incarnates all of the worst in American political discourse. He's self-centered. He's rude. He's arrogant. He's judgmental. He belittles his opponents and sometimes his less than fervent allies. Trumpís a bully. He demands compliance, submission and subservience of those who'd be his followers.

pb despises all of that. All of it is despicable.

However, as much as all of that is true about Donald Trump, much more than pb hates Trump, pb hates the Swamp.

And, pb fears the Swamp.

pb is stunned by all of the unabashed outright evil of the Swamp...all of its shameful deeds, performed to beat down Donald Trump as well as the people who embrace him.

Why the hate of the Swamp? Because Trump had the audacity not to kowtow to it, not to join it, not to become a cog in its evil...

More and more, pb's convinced pb's been bang on in calling the progressive branch of the Swamp, "Good Germans."

The sins of the Swamp against Trump are many. Those sins are greater than any Trump, and his followers have been convicted of.

As you progressive Swampcultists here have demonstrated, you're happy to join in Swamp sins. In that, you are truly despicable.

pb assumed that he'd never witness, in this country, the travesty that is the J6 Committee. Gossip. Rumor. Hearsay. Broadcast in prime time...with the cooperation of a big-timer of broadcast network TV and the Democrat Party with a few "good Jew" GOPs as the face of the Show Trial.

The J6 Committee is not about J6. It's an inquisition. For a few minutes, it focused on the brave and valiant members of the Capitol security team. Then, gave less attention to the riot and the actual rioters.

It attempted to be about Trump and what he did. And, even pretending gossip and rumor and hearsay are evidence, the Committee couldn't make a case.

Now, the Committee is trying to make a big deal out of what Trump DIDN'T DO for about three hours.

The Committee is un-American. Period.

What offends pb and scares him is not what the partisans on the Committee are doing. What scares me is how maniacally and universally Blue MAGA progressive Swampcultists praise it.

Then, there's the unprecedented invasion of Trump's home, including his wife's personal living space and his teenage son's bedroom.

pb takes as a given the likelihood that Trump took possession of documents that he should not possess. Still, even the most hateful Trump critics are not suggesting that he's using them in a treasonous way.

pb gets that there's some probability that Trump is wrong here. But, even if the worst that's being reported by the NYT and Wapo and HuffPo and MSNBC, et.al., is true, this invasion is without any justification.

The scary part about the raid is the enthusiasm with which Blue MAGA progressive Swampcultists are cheering it. Those Good German American progressives commit the most egregious sin of all, cheering this abuse of fairness in thetreatment of Trump and his family.

So, pb despises Trump. pb says regularly that Trump is despicable. But, gang, as much as Donald Trump represents what's bad in American politics, the Swamp is, precisely and exactly, the absolute worst...and its behavior is becoming, by the day, an increasingly vicious threat to the way of life defined by our Declaration of Independence, our Constitution and, particularly, the American Bill of Rights.

pb hates the Swamp. With the best of reasons.

Those of you who support its persecution of Trump and who hate his supporters? You're doing an evil and dangerous thing.

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  1. by oldedude on September 5, 2022 5:53 am
    Concur. I was wondering about that. In the past few years, it's been interesting. All the things I never thought in my life would come about. You know the "Hollywood" stuff of bad guy in the government going off the rails, started being uncovered. What I thought were just weirdos, are now proving true. I'm out of pocket for a bit. OH. who what the guy from outside Ottawa? What was his name?



  2. by HatetheSwamp on September 5, 2022 7:40 am

    Finished.


  3. by Donna on September 5, 2022 8:33 am

    Do y'all hate police raids in general, or just that one?


  4. by HatetheSwamp on September 5, 2022 8:37 am

    Y'all?

    What's so all-ish about an unprecedented raid on the home of America's sitting Presidentís chief political rival and the trashing of the wife's boudoir and teen son's private living space!!!!!?


  5. by Donna on September 5, 2022 8:42 am

    Sounds like you think the despicable one should be above the law.


  6. by HatetheSwamp on September 5, 2022 8:56 am

    No, Donna. pb's saying that Big Brother is raping The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and, particularly, the Bill of Rights...

    ...which protect all citizens and don't exclude the citizens who pose a political threat to the sitting government.

    If the government can do this to Trump, it can do it to anyone.


  7. by Curt_Anderson on September 5, 2022 9:15 am
    "If the government can do this to Trump, it can do it to anyone.". HtS

    What the government did was to execute a legal search warrant after Trump had absconded and lied about and wouldn't return government documents. Anybody else would not have been treated so nicely over the past 18 months and they would have been hauled off to jail. Trump gets away with more crap than anybody in American history.


  8. by HatetheSwamp on September 5, 2022 2:15 pm

    What the government did was to execute a legal search warrant after Trump had absconded and lied about and wouldn't return government documents.

    What the sitting President did, through his Attorney General, and his historically corrupt investigative Bureau, was execute a raid on the home of his chief rival in his next election, on a matter in which the record shows, his rival was cooperating.

    Was there, technically, a justification for the raid. Certainly.

    Was it an act of brutish political thuggery? Indubitably!!!!!



  9. by Curt_Anderson on September 5, 2022 3:05 pm
    "Was there, technically, a justification for the raid. Certainly.
    Was it an act of brutish political thuggery? Indubitably!!!!!" --HtS

    Where do you draw the line for the seriousness of crimes in which Trump can and cannot be investigated?

    If Trump murdered Melania would it be "brutish political thuggery" if law enforcement got a warrant to investigate? What about theft? Maybe shoplifting a pack of cigarettes is OK, but bank robbery is not? What Trump did, removing and concealing national defense information, is deserving of indictment and investigation according to Judge Napolitano.

    Trump is doing his best to forestall legal consequences but he is facing legal jeopardy for violations of the Espionage Act, the same act which Edward Snowden and Julian Assange face charges under in the U.S.
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  10. by HatetheSwamp on September 5, 2022 3:26 pm

    Curt,

    Trump can...should...be investigated for any crime he committed.

    Some of our past Presidents have been absolute rapscallions. Many have been guilty of crimes, as is widely acknowledged. How many times have raids such as this taken place?

    Exactly!

    There are many ways that Trump's misdeeds could have been investigated apart from a raid on his home...

    ...and, certainly, the violating of his wife's and son's personal space.

    This was governmental thuggery, an attempt to intimidate, which was completely unnecessary, especially this early in the negotiations over the concerns of the keepers of the nation's archives.

    I understand your opposition to Trump, but Big Brother dun us all wrong in this raid. What "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap's" minions did was wrong.

    Period.


  11. by Curt_Anderson on September 5, 2022 4:03 pm
    Unless you can back it up, I reject the premise of your argument. I cannot think of a single crime (a misdemeanor or felony) committed by past presidents or even a reason for a past president to be investigated. Whatever past presidential history says, Trump is unrivaled by past presidents in his flouting of the law.


  12. by HatetheSwamp on September 5, 2022 4:21 pm

    Two words just to start: Nixon.


  13. by Curt_Anderson on September 5, 2022 4:26 pm
    What crimes did Nixon commit in his post-presidency? We know about Watergate but that happened while he was president. And there was an investigation...it was in all the newspapers. He accepted his pardon which is an admission of guilt.


  14. by HatetheSwamp on September 5, 2022 4:33 pm

    Well, now, precisely. His PARDON.

    Nixon was pardoned by his successor. "That feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap" raids his successors home.


  15. by Curt_Anderson on September 5, 2022 6:08 pm
    HtS,
    That's what I thought. You can't back up your argument.

    The implication that Biden, like Ford, should pardon is predecessor is beyond ludicrous. It also implies that you think Trump is guilty of violating the Espionage Act, mishandling of classified information, etc.


  16. by HatetheSwamp on September 6, 2022 3:55 am

    As an example of what's normal, I mentioned last week that I'd just finished Ron Chernow's 1,100+ page biography of US Grant.

    Post presidency, Grant was involved in a Bernie Madoff type scandal. The firm that bilked thousands even had Grant's name attached to it. Grant's claim was that he didn't know what the swindlers were doing and that he was innocent...and that settled the issue.

    What President Hitler is doing with Trump is unprecedented.

    Do I think that the treatment of former President's is wise? No, pb doesn't believe that.

    But President Clouseau raided Melania's boudoir, and Barron's personal space.

    And, you think that's groovy.


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