Georgia’s secretary of state: DHS tried to breach our firewall
Georgia’s secretary of state has claimed the Department of Homeland Security tried to breach his office’s firewall and has issued a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson asking for an explanation

Note that the attempted intrusion occurred on November 15, 2016. That’s a week after the general election. “Testing” the security of the voting system in preparation for the election should have occurred before election if Georgia had consented to intrusion testing. This was after the vote, but a week before the vote was officially certified.

That screams, “Let’s change the vote tallies!” to me. And to everyone else I’ve spoken to of this.

But let’s be fair. It didn’t have to be to DHS (Achtung!) hacking the election. Given their history it’s entirely possible that someone else hacked DHS and was using them as a relay to break in and alter vote tallies.

Of course, given that Trump won the popular vote, who would stand to gain by altering the results?

My money is on #SMOD. (he said innocently)

We can fix it

From HuffPo (and let that be your warning to swallow your coffe before clicking), we have yet another woeful tale of Hillary Lost Disorder.

How I Ended Up In A Psych Ward On Election Night
A while before, during the final hour of November 8, I had committed myself to institutional psychiatric care. A generation or two ago they would have said I was suffering a nervous breakdown: catatonic, plagued by involuntary jerking motions (my head furiously shaking “No! ”), speech patterns disjointed, weeping uncontrollably.

No; a generation ago, we would have said you’re an overly indulged pussy, never taught by responsible parents to deal with set backs. Hell, most of the country is saying that now;. Pussy. Catatonia? Bull -effin’-shit, Benny. Catatonics don’t — can’t — commit themselves.

But we can fix this. We can save these perpetual children from life’s hard knocks.


Yep, we need to take up a collection and buy Hillary a participation trophy, and all will be well with those who never learned about losing.

To pursue, or not to pursue…

…isn’t the question. The question is if someone said this, and who it supposedly was.

From the New York Post:

Trump won’t pursue charges against Clinton
President-elect Donald Trump won’t subject Hillary Clinton to a criminal inquiry — instead, he’ll help her heal, his spokeswoman said Tuesday. “I think when the president-elect who’s also the head of your party … tells you before he’s even inaugurated he doesn’t wish to pursue these charges, it sends a very strong message, tone and content, to the members,” Kellyanne Conway told the hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” who first reported that the president-elect would not pursue his campaign pledge to “lock up” Clinton, his Democratic opponent.

Except the MSNBC link doesn’t say that. The talking heads simply say that an unnamed “source” said that Trump has no interest in pursuing an investigation of Clinton’s email usage or foundation. No names in that link, no mention of “healing.”


Does anyone have a better source for this apparent 180 on Trump’s part?

Added: Breitbart has a better video link.

“I think when the President-elect, who’s also the head of your party, tells you before he’s even inaugurated that he doesn’t wish to pursue these charges, it sends a very strong message, tone, and content to the members,” Conway said. “And I think Hillary Clinton still has to face the fact that the majority of Americans don’t find her to be honest and trustworthy. But if Donald Trump can help her heal, then perhaps that is a good thing. Look, I think he’s thinking of many different things as he is preparing to become president of the United States, and things that sound like the campaign aren’t among them.”

So it sounds like Conway’s saying that Trump told her he isn’t interested in pursuing charges, but the whole bit about “healing” is her own thought. Now I’d like to see an actual statement from the Trumpster himself saying yea or nay.

But his transition team saying stuff like this…

It’s almost as if he’s deliberately reversing the one thing that got a lot of doubters to vote for him, juts before the Electoral College votes, to torpedo his real election.

You let me know how that works out for ya, honey

Comes the revolution


Oh, yeah. That’ll go well.


Assuming anyone is SJStupid enough to initiate a revolution, which group do you suppose will be better prepared?



Do these snowflakes realize they’re calling out the “Super Owners”?

There’s a reason violent protests tend to happen here….


…and not here.*


* That was amusing. When the BLM march was announced — along with the planned route — I correctly predicted the quietest, most peaceful BLM protest evah. Or the shortest. They chose wisely.

So that’s what happened

I deliberately avoided news last night. I even delayed checking anything for a while this morning. So…

Trump won the non-binding popularity contest, and is expected to win the electoral college vote.

Clinton hasn’t been seen in public since she cast her own ballot. Still no firm time for her to appear. I figure she’s either stroked out, or they’re still tranking her.

The media pollsters were shocked and horrified to discover that there are people somewhere in between the East and West Coasts. Who knew?

Just remember: It’s never too late for an Extinction Level Event.

Oh, yeah.

Cue an Obama pardon for HRC in… 3… 2… 1…