Another So-called 'Whistleblower,' RME 🙄 via Anti-Trump Lawyers (Hake News, Mon 10/7/19)
TOP OF FIRST HOUR NEWS: Monday, October 7, 2019 - We ARE continuing our Building Fundraiser. We actually want to buy rather than lease, so BOND owns the place. We’ve done so much work where we are. Studios built by our engineer BILLY and others here in-house. Thank you guys for the support.
(Drudge) 2ND WHISTLEBLOWER COMES FORWARD (AP) Attorney Mark Zaid, whose team including former CIA liberal Andrew P Bakaj represents both whistleblowers, says the second so-called whistleblower has “first-hand knowledge” of events and can corroborate the first so-called whistleblower’s complaint. The first so-called whistleblower was only going off of gossip, and had no firsthand knowledge. Both are Deep State from the so-called intelligence field, unelected bureaucrats unaccountable to the people. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of SC said there was nothing wrong with Trump’s July conversation with Zelenskiy and that the accusation look like a “political setup.” Trump tweeted: “The great Scam is being revealed!” calling out the “deep state” and hostile Democrats. “The Democrats are lucky that they don’t have any Mitt Romney types,” Trump wrote. RINO Romney tweeted recently that Trump’s “brazen and unprecedented appeal to China and to Ukraine” for an investigation of Biden is “wrong and appalling.”
WHAT'S NEXT? (AP) There will be depositions this week. Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter — potentially in exchange for military aid money. Trump, who has defended his conduct as “perfect,” last week publicly called on China to investigate the Bidens, too. Trump’s lawyer, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, says the calls for investigations are perfectly kosher, telling Fox News that the “president of the United States has every right to ask countries to help us in a criminal investigation that should be undertaken.” Staff and lawmakers from the House Intelligence Committee, the House Oversight and Reform Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee will continue to hear from witnesses throughout the week. Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union who has become a key figure in the probe, will be deposed on Tuesday. And Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine (Obama’s Ambassador, as Don Jr. referred to her) who was recalled from the post early, will be speaking Friday.
IMPEACHMENT 2019: 'Never Trump' Coalition Decides He's Fine... (NY Times) Erick Erickson (formerly of RedState), Glenn Beck (of The Blaze), Brent Bozell (of Media Research Center), Penny Young Nance (of Concerned Women for America), are now supporting Trump! That’s nice.
Poll warnings… Media’s cheering on impeachment so naturally the people who don’t pay much attention or know any better are going to support it.
Republicans unlikely to reprise role played in Nixon exit… Back in 1974, three top Republican leaders in Congress visited President Richard Nixon at the White House to say he faced impeachment so he resigned the next day.
Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney predicts post-impeachment landslide…
EAT THE PRESS: Senator refuses to answer questions… (NBC News) Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) talks to Chuck Todd about debunked "propaganda stuff" in response to a question about Ukraine, during an exclusive interview with Meet the Press.
Susan Collins turns? AUGUSTA, Maine — U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, joined two other GOP senators in criticizing the president this week after he publicly asked the Chinese government to investigate a political opponent while talking to reporters outside the White House this week.
Mon, Oct 7, Hour 1:
Biblical Question: There is a cause to every effect. What is the cause of your effect?
Gary, Indiana, named most “miserable” city in USA. Jesse talks about when they got their first black mayor in 1968, and the blacks went wild. Blacks in office are no good, yet the blacks keep voting for them.
Previous JLP guest Vicky Dillard goes off against forgiveness, etc. God bless the brother of Botham Jean for forgiving the white female cop. Black people need love. Show love, be honest.
Callers talk to Jesse: Greg from Wilmington says he tells the truth to blacks at work, sometimes by not apologizing or saying anything.
Joel tells story of people panicking coming out of the theater after he watched Joker with his Boo Boo (girlfriend). He wasn’t panicking.
Kevin from NJ, first-time caller, tries to question Jesse about his take on Amber Guyger, the white cop who mistakenly shot.
TOP OF SECOND HOUR NEWS: Monday, October 7, 2019 -
(Drudge) Homeless Man Charged in Killing of Four Others… DEPORT THE HOMELESS! (Spectrum News NY 1) Police have charged a man with killing four homeless men in Chinatown (in New York City) this weekend. 24-year-old Randy Santos has been charged with four counts of murder, and one count of attempted murder. Santos, who is also homeless, was arrested yesterday shortly after four men were discovered dead on various streets of Chinatown early in the morning.
Investigators say the victims were sleeping on the street, vulnerable and unsuspecting. That's when, police say, Santos beat their heads repeatedly with a pipe, with so much force that four of them died at the scene. A fifth victim was also severely hurt, according to authorities. "Officers immediately began canvassing the area for the suspect,” said Assistant Chief Stephen Hughes at a press conference Saturday. “At Mulberry Street and Canal Street, a male fitting description was observed carrying the metal object. The officers placed that male in custody and recovered the metal object without further incident.” Police say the incident occurred just after 1:30 a.m. in the morning (THAT’S REDUNDANT). The NYPD responded to a 911 call, and found the dead bodies scattered, some on East Broadway and the others on Bowery Street.
The surviving victim was able to talk to police before he was rushed to Downtown Medical Center. He's in critical condition fighting for his life. Police say the victims of the surprise attack were randomly targeted and bludgeoned to death for no reason.
Speaking of black… (Drudge) Colin Powell Unloads on Trump and the GOP: 'Foreign Policy is in Shambles'... OH GOSH, YOU VOTED FOR OBAMA. Former Secretary of State and retired four-star U.S. Army General Colin Powell was in an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria Sunday. OF COURSE HE WENT ON CNN. HE BRAGS: “I was a Republican who was Ronald Reagan’s National Security Advisor. I was a Republican who worked for George Herbert Walker Bush, and worked for George W. Bush. I’m a moderate Republican who believes that we should have strong foreign policy, strong defense policy, that we have to look out for our people, and we ought to work hard to making sure we’re one country and one team,” Powell declared. “And so, on that basis, I call myself a Republican.” I DON’T! I CALL HIM A RINO!
COLIN POWELL went on: “The Republican Party has got to get a grip on itself. Right now, Republican leaders... are holding back because they’re terrified of what will happen to any one of them if they speak out,” he said. “Will they lose a primary? I don’t know why that’s such a disaster, but will they lose a primary? And so, they need to get a grip, and when they see things that are not right they need to say something about it, because our foreign policy is in shambles right now in my humble judgement,” he added. YEAH REAL HUMBLE. (I DON’T SEE ANY SPECIFICS ABOUT FOREIGN RELATIONS SO… DON’T KNOW WHAT HE’S TALKING ABOUT.)
Powell also cited Trump reportedly circling Alabama with a sharpie on a hurricane map — sparking a weeks-long controversy that involved federal agencies in-fighting — as evidence of the current problems with the government — he complained that the Commerce Dept backed up President Trump. (I THINK HE’S JUST JEALOUS TRUMP IS A COMMANDING LEADER, NOT WEAK LIKE HIM.)
He complained “we’ve got to remember that the Constitution started with, ‘We the People,’ not ‘Me the President.'” WHAT A DUMMIE!
(Drudge) STRIKE: GM-UAW talks take turn for worse; A Settlement is not near… (AP) Contract talks aimed at ending a 21-day strike by the United Auto Workers against General Motors have taken a turn for the worse, hitting a big snag over product commitments for U.S. factories, a union official wrote in an email to members.
The letter from UAW Vice President Terry Dittes casts doubt on whether there will be a quick settlement in the contract dispute, which sent 49,000 workers to the picket lines on Sept. 16, crippling GM's factories.
(Drudge) Pope Opens Debate on Celibacy Requirement for Catholic Priests… (WSJ) Ordination of married men is the most controversial proposal at a three-week meeting on the church’s challenges in South America’s Amazon region. Pope Francis formally opened a meeting of bishops that will debate whether the Catholic Church should loosen its 1,000-year-old requirement of celibacy for priests. The potentially momentous debate pits those who say ordaining married men could relieve the church’s clergy shortage against those who warn that doing so would undermine the distinctive character of the priesthood.
Mon, Oct 7, Hour 2:
Kevin from NJ, first-time caller, continues his mess from first hour. He thinks slavery and other things white people supposedly did in the past, like starting welfare, is the cause of blacks being messed up. When will blacks start thinking for themselves. Kevin thinks it’s information and hearing different perspectives.
Stop listening to the experts! Biblical Question: There is a cause to every effect. What is the cause of your effect? Get to know yourself.
Joel reads Super Chats
TOP OF THIRD HOUR NEWS: Monday, October 7, 2019 -
(Drudge) 12 men arrested in rape case involving an Alabama university… Statutory rape, that is. (NBC News) There was a string of alleged statutory rapes of two underage girls that occurred at or near Jacksonville State University in Alabama. Nine men between the ages of 18 and 22 were first arrested over two days in mid-September. The two latest arrests occurred Monday and brought the total number of men charged to 12. (I count 11, but oh well.) Several are students at the school. The two alleged victims are older than 12 but younger than 16 and are unaffiliated with the school. All of the men are charged with second-degree rape, except one who faces a charge of second-degree sodomy. Second-degree rape under Alabama law is classified as sexual intercourse between someone who is 16 years old or older and a member of the opposite sex who is younger than 16 and older than 12.
(Drudge) Urgent warning for users of dating apps… including Tinder as so-called rapes and quote-unquote “sexual assaults” stemming from their use skyrocket in Australia (Daily Mail). NSW police have confirmed one in five sexual assaults within Sydney's party spots in the CBD, Kings Cross, Darlinghurst and Newtown happened after an arrangement to meet through a dating app. Detective Superintendent John Kerlatec said dating app assaults were a growing concern. An investigation carried out by the Sunday Telegraph in the past three years found more than a dozen cases where men and women were raped, harassed or stalked after matching online. Dr Angela Jay, one victim who met a man on Tinder, was stabbed 11 times and doused in petrol by him after she tried to end their relationship after 6 weeks. YIKES! She survived. The suspect was the subject of 10 apprehended violence order from five different women. She said, 'It didn't even occur to me I could be entering a relationship with a man who had a violent history,' she said. 'I had an assumption if you had been convicted of a crime or AVO there would be some sort of limit on your freedom.' (FYI: AVO is Apprehended Violence Order. It is an order to protect supposed victims of so-called domestic violence when they are fearful of future violence or threats to their safety. They are sometimes called restraining orders or protection orders.)
One woman with children was dating a guy who turned up uninvited to her home in Sydney's north several times, after her children had left and she was alone. The claim is he raped her after she tried to break things off. WATCH OUT FOR THOSE FALSE ACCUSERS GUYS! Police have said they are not responsible for reporting dating app profiles of persons who have been charged with a crime. Instead, dating app users are relied on to report verbal and physical assaults. Dating app companies are challenged by how they can effectively track so-called sexual predators using their platforms.
(Drudge) Marines disciplined at San Diego boot camp for abuse and racism targeting recruits... SHAMEFUL! MEN NOT ALLOWED TO BE MEN IN BOOT CAMP! (WASH. POST via MSN) More than 20 Marines have been disciplined for misconduct at the service’s recruit training center in San Diego since 2017, incidents that included some physical attacks and racist and homophobic slurs, according to Marine Corps officials and documents obtained by The Washington Post. HUH? In March 2016 there was a death of one Muslim Pvt. Raheel Siddiqui, who fell 40 feet and died when running away from a drill instructor who had supposedly “targeted” him and other Muslim recruits. Since that incident, which resulted in a 10-year prison sentence for one Marine and a variety of disciplinary action for others, the Marine Corps has attempted to reset recruit training by placing more emphasis on training for drill instructors on acting professionally and preventing hazing and abuse.
Mon, Oct 7, Hour 3:
GUEST: Rusland, an Armenian-Russian rapper, talks millennials, Christianity, Trump, and Andrew Yang with Jesse.
The Hake Report, 9 AM PT, Monday, October 7, 2019 - live Hour 4 of Jesse Lee Peterson’s stream (YouTube, Periscope, DLive, Mixer) and audio stream via jlptalk.com
Finally, a good article in Rolling Stone
It’s by Matt Taibbi
The ‘Whistleblower’ Probably Isn’t
It’s an insult to real whistleblowers to use the term with the Ukrainegate protagonist [I SAY REALLY AN ANTAGONIST]
By MATT TAIBBI
Start with the initial headline, in the story the Washington Post “broke” on September 18th:
TRUMP’S COMMUNICATIONS WITH FOREIGN LEADER ARE PART OF WHISTLEBLOWER COMPLAINT THAT SPURRED STANDOFF BETWEEN SPY CHIEF AND CONGRESS, FORMER OFFICIALS SAY
The unnamed person at the center of this story sure didn’t sound like a whistleblower. Our intelligence community wouldn’t [accept] a real whistleblower.
Americans who’ve blown the whistle over serious offenses by the federal government either spend the rest of their lives overseas, like Edward Snowden, end up in jail, like Chelsea Manning, get arrested and ruined financially, like former NSA official Thomas Drake, have their homes raided by FBI like disabled NSA vet William Binney, or get charged with espionage like ex-CIA exposer-of-torture John Kiriakou. It’s an insult to all of these people, and the suffering they’ve weathered, to frame the ballcarrier in the Beltway’s latest partisan power contest as a whistleblower.
…. MATT TAIBBI SAYS: I’ve met a lot of whistleblowers, in both the public and private sector. Many end up broke, living in hotels, defamed, (often) divorced, and lucky if they have any kind of job. One I knew got turned down for a waitressing job because her previous employer wouldn’t vouch for her. She had little kids.
The common thread in whistleblower stories is loneliness. Typically the employer has direct control over their ability to pursue another job in their profession. Many end up reviled as traitors, thieves, and liars. They often discover after going public that their loved ones have a limited appetite for sharing the ignominy. In virtually all cases, they end up having to start over, both personally and professionally.
With that in mind, let’s look at what we know about the first “whistleblower” in Ukrainegate:
He or she is a “CIA officer detailed to the White House”;
The account is at best partially based upon the CIA officer’s own experience, made up substantially by information from “more than a half dozen U.S. officials” and the “private accounts” of “my colleagues”;
“He or she” was instantly celebrated as a whistleblower by news networks and major newspapers.
…. When Kiriakou first saw the “whistleblower complaint,” his immediate reaction was to wonder what kind of “CIA officer” the person in question was. “If you spend a career in the CIA, you see all kinds of subterfuge and lies and crime,” he says. “This person went through a whole career and this is the thing he objects to?”
It’s fair to wonder if this is a one-person effort. Even former CIA official Robert Baer, no friend of Trump, said as much in an early confab on CNN with Brooke Baldwin:
BAER: That’s what I find remarkable, is that this whistleblower knew about that, this attempt to cover up. This is a couple of people. It isn’t just one.
BALDWIN: And on the people point, if the allegation is true, Bob, what does it say that White House officials, lawyers, wanted to cover it up?
BAER: You know, my guess, it’s a palace coup against Trump. And who knows what else they know at this point.
That sounds about right. Actual whistleblowers are alone. The Ukraine complaint seems to be the work of a group of people, supported by significant institutional power, not only in the intelligence community, but in the Democratic Party and the commercial press.
Info on the witness killed
(Wash. Times) Joshua Brown, who lived in the same apartment complex as Amber Guyger and Botham Jean, was shot and killed Friday in Dallas. 28yo Brown said he was in a hallway on the fourth floor, where he and Jean lived. He said he heard what sounded like “two people meeting by surprise” and then two gunshots. Brown, who became emotional at times and used his T-shirt and tissue to wipe his tears, said he had met Jean, a 26-year-old accountant from the Caribbean island nation of St. Lucia, for the first time earlier that day.
Police said in a news release that they responded to the shooting shortly after 10:30 p.m. Friday at an apartment complex different from the one where Jean was killed. They said several witnesses flagged officers down when they arrived and directed them to an apartment parking lot where the man who was shot was lying on the ground with multiple gunshot wounds. The man was taken to a hospital, where he died.
Witnesses told police they heard several gunshots and saw a silver four-door sedan speeding out of the parking lot, according to the police news release. Reportedly, authorities have not identified a suspect or determined a motive.
Dallas County prosecutor Jason Hermus said Brown “bravely came forward to testify when others wouldn’t,” according to the newspaper. “If we had more people like him, we would have a better world,” said Hermus, lead prosecutor in the case.
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Chris from California touches on James comment about women falsely accusing men. Chris was accused and Chris showed evidence that the woman accusing him lied but that didn’t mean anything. She didn’t get any repercussions for lying in court.
Joe from Phoenix, AZ calls in to challenge James on Amber Guyger. They can’t come to an agreement about whether or not blacks commit more crime disportionately. Joe claims to help his community but James calls him out for being a hater that hurts blacks instead of helping them.
Maze from Dayton, OH reminds James about church and how James shouldn’t hate people for having a different opinion but James corrects her and points to Joe as being the hateful one.
Charles from St. Louis, MO asks if you remove gender and race from the Amber Guyger case it would still mean that Amber is definitely guilty.
Bible Go-to Guy calls in to comment to Charles that all black people know their communities have problems but then it comes getting free stuff the blacks will claims racism and police brutality, according to the BGTG