Part II: NEW Investigation Uncovers Plot to Chain the Trains & Shut Down DC During Inauguration

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15 Responses to Part II: NEW Investigation Uncovers Plot to Chain the Trains & Shut Down DC During Inauguration

  1. Menagerie says:

    I only thought I knew the things going on, and the mind of the people in my country. The last several days have been eye opening.

    How many of these bat sh!t crazy people are we co-existing with?

    Liked by 7 people

    • stella says:

      No kidding. One of my more progressive cousins feels the same way we do about this. She commented on the first video on FB yesterday:

      “Whatever happened to a smooth transition of power? It’s a fundamental tenet of democracy. DJT will be POTUS. Those of us who did not support him should work to support the things we believe in, not work against our democracy!”

      Liked by 7 people

    • nyetneetot says:

      It’s every 40 years. The young people will grow old and get jobs in universities or coffee shops, teaching young people.

      Liked by 2 people

  2. Col.(R) Ken says:

    And as you Chain those trains together, jump down on the tracks, and wrap that chain around that “Big Cable Wire” in the middle of the track bed……..

    Liked by 3 people

  3. auscitizenmom says:

    Part of the problem is, under Obama and his dirty minions, it has become a lawless country. I probably would have been fairly easy to round these guys up much sooner, if the government had had the will to do it. Instead Obama was encouraging them.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. Wooly Phlox says:

    It seems to me that the Good People in our forces of law and order, from Police to National Guard to Secret Service to Trump’s personal paid security, must all be happy that the opposition is so stupid, or that O’Keefe’s organization is so intelligent.

    Apparently the CIA and FBI, and more than a dozen other Government investigative bodies, and all the MSM combined, can’t even do what O’Keefe does on a regular basis.*

    That’s all sorts of messed up.

    *I know they could. Okay, I’m reasonably sure they could do what O’Keefe does on a regular basis, but I don’t think they want to. They pay Best Buy’s Geek Squad $500 to find kiddie pics on computers in their fiduciary care.

    Aside: Everyone knows what happened when India paid citizens to bring them dead cobras, when their cobra population was becoming verminous…everyone knows, right? People, being not entirely trustworthy when money is being offered, did what? Bred cobras and killed them. What would an underpaid Best Buy employee do with that offer. Hmm…

    AND YET the dozen or so investigative agencies wouldn’t deign to investigate Gosnell.

    O’Keefe and organizations like his had to do what a dozens of agencies from Fed to State to Municipal (and MSM) couldn’t or wouldn’t do, with billions of our dollars. And he did it on a shoestring.

    O’Keefe is #realnews


    • czarowniczy says:

      FBI just doesn’t go out will nilly and investigate crimes, they investigate crimes assigned to them, DoJ can direct/redirect at will. There’s politics involved, and politics can be more powerful than any desire for truth and justice.
      The FBI’s been caught in illegal acts a number of times yet there’s been no major housecleaning, more like a light dusting and a hot wax. Do they still have files on impirtant people as Hoover did? Are they seen as too powerful/vital to overhaul? Does the FBI’s active oversight of every goverment intelligence agency have uncomfortable, if not sinister, overtones? If Trump’s getting undermibed by government intel agencies I’d first ask what knowledge of or involvement in those action does the FBI have? Gotta remember that those three-letter intel guys all have an FBI agent in an office on-site making sure they are not doing anything illegal. Cough cough.
      See any possibilities building here?

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      • Wooly Phlox says:


        And note that I said It seems to me that the Good People in our forces of law and order…must be happy… because I know not all of them are Good. Many are Deep-state, and self-interested over and above any other interests. I hope Trump’s leadership picks are Good People, and will start the process of weeding out those bad apples, top to bottom.

        It’s a tall order.


        • czarowniczy says:

          Long time ago when we were having police-related discussions next door I said that people tend to blindly trust police because they don’t have the time or the ‘guts’ to do other. And, in the majority, they’re right but those police are recruited from the same community as the people they protect and share the same flaws. Yes, most departments have a screening process but it’s not infallible, it’s far from perfect and there are some people who are changed by the job.
          New Orleans has two former officers on death row for murder. One ordered the death of a woman who was going to make an ‘excessive force’ complaint against one of his officers and the other murdered her partner and a couple of witnesses during her commission of a robbery. The former officer was also involved in having subordinates guarding drug shipments while they were supposedly on duty and the latter officer was also believed to have killed her father and buried him under his house, which she then lived in.
          It ain’t all Officer Friendly. Cops’ jobs put tremendous mental strain on them just in the paid line of duty. You have the strain from family if you’re married, strain from the interaction with other officers who have different personalities, stress from dealing with the public and the stresses that come down from above in the political control of line cops.
          Departments weed out bad guys when they can but replacements are heavily influenced by the political waters those doing the picking are swimming in. We’re seeing police more in line with prevailing ‘community’ beliefs and, when these beliefs change again – and they will – these officers will have to adjust their core values to meet them….stress.
          We are seeing a shift towards police as social workers, we are seeing a shift to lessening crime by decriminalizing certain behaviors and excusing some others. When was the last time you saw a McDuff the Crome Dog ad? The new line is that criminals aren’t bad people, they’re just the result of bad situations. What’s going to happen when these warmer, fuzzier New Police come face-to-face with criminals who evolve to deal with the less proactive police?

          Liked by 1 person

  5. joshua says:

    my prayer is a Trump administration with a competent AG and FBI will find, and convict these terrorist plotters and get them some serious isolation time away from the real world we live in.

    Liked by 1 person

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