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But seriously . . . you make the call…

President Trump summons his friend, 1st major endorser, and Attorney General, Senator Jeff Sessions to the oval office, “We’re going to have to color outside the lines on this one, Jeff. I want you to recuse yourself from this Russia thing.”

“You can’t be serious, Sir.” says Sessions. “That would mean a special counsel for sure!”

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“Hear me out,” replies Trump. “My plan requires a special counsel. I need you inoculated from me to get the immigration/sanctuary city policy going. The recusal will be the start of our “feud”. I’m going to threaten to fire you. It’ll be in the Washington Post by morning. The swampers in the Senate (both sides) and the press will deify you, and you’re home free. I’ll tweet you some shade any time things get hot.”

“Hmmmm. could work,” muses Sessions. “What about the Russia probe?”

Trump gives that famous grin, “There’s no “there” there, let ’em look. They are so crazy with anger, they’ll select the most partisan agents the Bureau has on hand. Probably some that worked on the Clinton email/foundation cases. They’ll leak like sieves. The press will run it all. Eventually the dossier thing and the hack FBI agents will be exposed. How’s it going to look when the guys that soft pedaled the Clinton thing are the lead guys on the witch-hunt. Which leads us back to the Clinton stuff being re-examined. Not EVERY FBI agent is a liberal. It also will segue perfectly into our fake news narrative.”

“It’s risky Sir.”

Trump sighs, “What choice do we have? It’s going to be a rough couple of years, Jeff. The swamp and the press won’t go quietly. The feud starts now. I’m going to miss our socializing.”

Sessions rises and turns to leave, “I understand sir, it’s what I signed up for.”

Or,

President Trump says to his friend, 1st major endorser, and Attorney General, Senator Jeff Sessions, “WTF, Sessions?!? You recused yourself? Somehow you didn’t find that relevant when we discussed this job? Now I’ve got a Special Counsel to deal with.”

“Don’t take that tone with me Donny boy, I made you,” snarls Sessions. “Why I gave up my Senate seat to get on board this runaway train, I’ll never know. Tillerson’s right, you’re a moron.”

Trump’s glowering, “I’ll fire your sorry ass.”

“Try it!” retorts Sessions, “I’ve already talked to Graham, McCain and Chucky. Fire me and you’re toast. Did you forget I was part of that body? The press would roast you like a pig on a spit.”

Trump’s shoulders slump in resignation, “I guess all my friends are deserting me.”

Sessions says, “I’ll see myself out.”

Using Occam’s razor and the “reasonable man standard”, which scenario…..?

Eugene Mattecheck Jr.

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We agree – just pass the Senate tax bill already

  • Cogent reasons to do so are presented by Quin Hillyer writing at the Washington Examiner  (excerpts, bold emphasis ours)
  • A twofer — tax reform and undermines Obamacare — the House bill not as effective

No conference necessary: The House should just pass the Senate GOP tax bill and send it to Trump’s desk  

Yes, the House bill is better in some ways than the Senate bill. But the Senate bill is better in some ways – indeed, in more important ways – than the House bill.

The House of Representatives should accept the Senate-passed tax-reform bill as a bird in the hand and pass it exactly as is.

No conference committee. No amendments. No need to send a revised bill back to the Senate, and thus no risk of seeing some hard-won Senate votes fall away, dooming tax reform entirely.   . . .

It makes absolutely no sense to risk another Senate vote. The whole edifice of reform could be undermined, and toppled, by the slightest change in its dimensions or its building materials.

Second, let’s understand that the Senate bill is a rather good bill. Like the House bill, it would cut the top corporate tax rate nearly in half, to 20 percent. Like the House bill, it would greatly simplify individual filing for most Americans and nearly double the standard deduction. Both bills immediately double the exclusion for estate taxes; both expand education tax credits; both of them at least reduce the burdens (to different extents) of the Alternative Minimum Tax, of taxes on international earnings, and of taxes on “pass-through” corporations (i.e., most small businesses).

If implemented, these would all be vast improvements over current law.

Yet the Senate bill is considerably better than the House bill in aspects that really make a difference. Its individual tax-rate structure, unlike a horrid House provision, does not include a “bubble rate” that effectively raises rather than lowers taxes on many earners. Its solution for pass-through businesses is far simpler than the House version and quite generous.

And, in a huge win for good government, it would repeal Obamacare’s individual mandate that is both bad policy and, no matter what Chief Justice John Roberts says, a constitutional atrocity. The House bill doesn’t touch the mandate.

Read about additional reasons in the entire article here.

R Mall

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Taxpayer out of pocket – How Much Illegal Immigration Costs Per Year

Excerpts from article by Matt Vespa at Townhall, by way of   Paul Bedard at  Washington Examiner by way of Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) September 27, 2017 published report.

This Is How Much Illegal Immigration Costs Per Year

Illegal immigration costs taxpayers in all 50 states a total of $89 billion, and California, where an illegal on Thursday was cleared of murdering Kate Steinle despite admitting to the shooting, pays the most at $23 billion, according to a new map of the costs.

[…]

The costs cover added expenditures for education, welfare, law enforcement, and medical care.

When federal costs are included, the price tag nationally soars to $135 billion a year.

FAIR’s data also includes the offset of taxes paid by illegal immigrants, though the numbers are much lower. In the state and local column, they are $3.5 billion. Nationally they are $15 billion.

Overall, costs associated with illegal immigrants is much higher for state and local governments than the federal government. States pay $89 billion, Uncle Sam $46 billion.

Graphs from FAIR:

Total Governmental Expenditures on Illegal Aliens

Total national costs of undocumented immigrants

Total Tax Contributions by Illegal Aliens

Total taxes paid by illegal immigrants

Total Economic Impact of Illegal Immigration

economic impact of illegal immigration

The state costs include education –  states are required by rule to educate every school age child presented to them.  Period.   Iowa Taxpayer costs in state taxes alone (not including federal) are $272 million.  Illinois $3.2 Billion.

The entire FAIR report is available here.

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The news cycle is too short — but convenient for the biases of the dominant press

Many significant stories deserving  thoughtful processing and analysis  (not that we necessarily offer it but as regards the populace in general) are lost to us because there is only so much time in the day.  Other publications are able to analyze a host of topics because of the size of their stable of writers. But there is also the serious factor that one story walks on another, whatever the biases of the editors. Some of it the result of the rush to publish but for the general public much of what they see is actually the result of biased manipulation by the dominant media  — largely liberal and protective of Democrat,  big government (the swamp’s) interests.

Matters that work against smaller government interests are highlighted, and extended.  Reports that work against liberal interests, reports, scandals, what have you, or things favorable toward Republicans or Trump, if reported at all, are given short shrift, covered with careful rebuttal, editorialized,  bumped as quick as possible to get off the news. There are exceptions but they relate to the pecados and peccadillos that interest the dominant liberal press. Even those we suspect are bump stories to avoid covering things favorable to conservatism.

In fairness “a lot of things happen” every day and the busy public only has so much time to learn what is going on but newspapers and broadcast media initially control what sees any extensive light of the day.

But alas it is also true that we miss important stories from assiduous conservative outlets, or run out of time to comment.  We are evaluating methodologies to bring to our readers attention more of what we feel are the most important items of the day that we observe scanning here and there.

Yesterday’s shortcoming by us includes failing to emphasize, bring home, the latest bias regarding  “Russiagate” and the campaign to get Trump. ABC is rightfully embarrassed by their decision to publish inflammatory falsity by their own reporter Brian Ross. Other of the usual suspects feasted on the story ravenously. It reflected their typical rush to get Trump. Many retracted  but to say “to their credit” is not rated unless the same breathlessness was employed, to the effect “Trump Did Not order Flynn to contact the Russians during the campaign.” Did as many people see the corrections they did offer — doubtful. Professional journalists should be analyzing this bias scandal far more than it is receiving.    R Mall

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Trump – Tillerson – Sessions . . . are they playing the gullible Fake News outlets?

Could this happen?

President Trump calls his old friend and Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, into the oval office. Trump says, “I know the press has been pretty harsh, so I’ll throw you some shade. You call me a moron in front of someone you know will leak, then deny you said it. I’ll bluster about you, and our “feud” will begin. The press will love you for the moron thing, and the Dems will insist on keeping you. I’ll tweet my defiance. You will then be free to do the State gig, unhindered by the press, except for questions about our relationship. Then I will say ‘I’m going to fire you in January.’ I’ll say it in front of a swamp dweller. We know it will leak. When February-March comes and you’re still Secretary of State, we’ll call a joint press conference calling out the “Fake news” reports about your firing …and, we’ll be right.”

Rex gets up, smiles, and says, “Just like we planned, Don.”

President Trump then says, “Thanks Rex, when you go past the alcove, tell Jeff Sessions to come in..”

Could that happen. Nah, Trump’s just a dummy.

Eugene Mattecheck, Jr.

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Where is the justice at the Justice Dept?

  • Trump is right
  • No justice from Justice Dept

The lack of it is what you get when the head of it — Jeff Sessions — decided he is compromised on a huge matter but wanted the job anyway.  Then he dumbfoundedly proceeds to keep and even further individuals as biased and compromised as can be against Trump in order to prove his own purity.  In other words he let others be dishonest by narrowing the responsibility of his office and facilitated people out to get President Trump by retaining them and even promoting them to take over related responsibilities.  Sessions is not out to do in Trump but he might as well be.  Trump will survive but Sessions is definitely replaceable with other capable strong conservatives.

Articles from The Daily Caller News Foundation


It gets back to Sessions (recusal, disinterest, slow-walking, silence)

‘No Justice!’ — Trump Claims Flynn Held To Higher Standard Than Hillary Clinton  Report by Peter Hasson

President Trump slammed the FBI and Department of Justice on Twitter Saturday night, claiming that former national security adviser Michael Flynn is being held to a higher standard than former secretary of state Hillary Clinton was during the FBI investigation into her email server.

Flynn pleaded guilty on Friday to lying to the FBI as part of the investigation into Russian meddling into the 2016 election.

“So General Flynn lies to the FBI and his life is destroyed, while Crooked Hillary Clinton, on that now famous FBI holiday “interrogation” with no swearing in and no recording, lies many times…and nothing happens to her?” Trump tweeted. “Rigged system, or just a double standard?”

The president added in a follow-up tweet: “Many people in our Country are asking what the ‘Justice’ Department is going to do about the fact that totally Crooked Hillary, AFTER receiving a subpoena from the United States Congress, deleted and ‘acid washed’ 33,000 Emails? No justice!”

 (RELATED: Hillary Clinton Deleted Emails Using Program Intended To ‘Prevent Recovery’)

Trump also applauded ABC News for suspending anchor Brian Ross after Ross falsely reported that Trump had ordered Flynn to contact the Russians during the 2016 election.

“Congratulations to ABC News for suspending Brian Ross for his horrendously inaccurate and dishonest report on the Russia, Russia, Russia Witch Hunt,” Trump wrote. “More Networks and ‘papers’ should do the same with their Fake News!”

Ross was suspended four weeks for the erroneous report, which briefly caused a panic in the stock market.


Sessions recusal on the Russia “collusion” matter  means he may decide he can’t do anything about even his subordinates’ contempt and biases! 

DOJ And FBI Threatened With Contempt Of Congress For ‘Hiding’ Info On Anti-Trump FBI Investigator  Report by Chuck Ross

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee is threatening to hold the Justice Department and FBI in contempt of Congress for withholding details about why a top FBI investigator was removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the presidential campaign.

“I have instructed House Intelligence Committee staff to begin drawing up a contempt of Congress resolution for DOJ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray,” California Rep. Devin Nunes, the Republican chair of the committee, said in a statement on Saturday night.

Nunes set a Monday deadline for the DOJ and FBI to comply with the committee’s list of demands, which includes requests for interviews with Rosenstein, Wray, and deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe as well as documents related to the anti-Trump dossier written by former British spy Christopher Steele.

Committee Republicans have tried in vain for months to force the DOJ and FBI to provide details of the Russia investigation, including how much it relied on the uncorroborated dossier to form the basis of its probe.

But the final straw for Nunes appears to be the bombshell revelation that FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok was kicked off of Mueller’s team over the summer after it was discovered that he exchanged anti-Trump text messages with his mistress, an FBI lawyer named Lisa Page who also worked on Mueller’s team. (RELATED: FBI Investigator Who Oversaw Trump, Clinton Investigations Sent Anti-Trump Text Messages)

The New York Times and Washington Post reported on Saturday that the Department of Justice’s inspector general discovered the text messages as part of an investigation into how the FBI handled the Clinton email investigation.

Strzok was removed from the Mueller team in August, though Mueller’s office, the FBI, and the DOJ have left the circumstances of his ouster a mystery for nearly four months. Strzok now works in the FBI’s human resources department.

Nunes pulled no punches in his statement, accusing the FBI and DOJ of “hiding” information about Strzok’s “documented political bias.”

“In light of today’s press reports, we now know why Strzok was dismissed, why the FBI and DOJ refused to provide us this explanation, and at least one reason why they previously refused to make Deputy [FBI] Director [Andrew] McCabe available to the Committee for an interview,” said Nunes.

Page, the lawyer who exchanged the texts with Strzok, worked under McCabe at the FBI.

Committee Republicans have issued subpoenas to Wray and Rosenstein — first on Aug. 24 — in an attempt to force the two to provide information about how the FBI and DOJ handled the Steele dossier, which was commissioned by opposition research firm Fusion GPS and funded by the Clinton campaign and DNC.

“This is part of a months-long pattern by the DOJ and FBI of stonewalling and obstructing this Committee’s oversight work, particularly oversight of their use of the Steele dossier. At this point, these agencies should be investigating themselves,” said Nunes.

Strzok has been at the center of the FBI’s two most high profile investigations.

He oversaw the Hillary Clinton email probe as well as the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government.

Strzok is the FBI agent who interviewed Clinton during her July 2, 2016 meeting with the FBI. Then-FBI Director James Comey announced three days later that he would be recommending that charges not be filed against Clinton for mishandling classified information.

Strzok was also the FBI’s top investigator on the Trump collusion probe, which was opened at the end of July 2016. That was several weeks after Steele, a former MI6 agent, first briefed the FBI on information contained in his salacious and unverified dossier.

Steele was working for Fusion GPS, an opposition research firm that was hired by the Clinton campaign and DNC to investigate Trump’s activities in Russia.

Nunes said in his statement that the DOJ reached out on Saturday — after the reports about Strzok surfaced — expressing “a sudden willingness to comply with some of the Committee’s long-standing demands.”

“This attempted 11th-hour accommodation is neither credible nor believable, and in fact is yet another example of the DOJ’s disingenuousness and obstruction,” said Nunes.

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Key aspects to tax reform proposals

The following article from The Daily Signal is written by Derek Kreifels who is the president of the State Financial Officers Foundation, an organization of state treasurers, state controllers, and state auditors dedicated to free market principles and limited government. It refers primarily to the House passed tax reform and reduction bill.  The just passed Senate reduction and reform bill (waiting for analysis) needs to be reconciled with the House version through a conference committee.  This v’pac editor suspects they will pass something before Christmas, although the conference version, pessimistic us, will not be as “good” as either, as compromised as they both already are. The Senate is more likely to get its way. We shall see.  Bold our emphasis.

Don’t Believe the Democrat Attacks on Tax Reform. Here Are the Facts

As president of the State Financial Officers Foundation, I have the privilege of working with some of the nation’s sharpest financial officers.

They are not merely treasurers. They are thought leaders, experts, and fighters who, day-in and day-out, serve on the front lines of fiscal policy and intimately understand their state budgets, cash flow, and state pensions.

These leaders—state treasurers, state controllers, and state auditors—know firsthand how policies coming from inside the beltway impact the states.

The rhetoric during this year’s tax reform debate is producing more heat than light. While Democrats portray the tax reform bill as an all-out assault on the American middle class, members of the State Financial Officers Foundation have a different view. We believe tax reform is vital to growing our economy and empowering innovators in our states.

Regarding the middle class, Democrats fail to mention that under the new House plan, the standardized deduction would almost double from $6,350 to over $12,000 for single filers, and $12,700 to $24,000 for married couples filing jointly. That means the number of Americans who claim the standard deduction would likely go from 60 percent of all filers to 90 percent.

Critics also fail to mention that the tax credit per child would increase from $1,000 to $1,600.

Additionally, critics don’t admit that the impact of simplifying the tax code would disproportionately help lower- and middle-income taxpayers, most of whom would be able to file their taxes using a simple postcard.

Democrats are also arguing that higher education will be in shambles because students will no longer be able to deduct student loan interest. The current tax code allows a deduction up to $2,500 if your income is $65,000 or less.

However, this deduction goes away if your adjusted gross income is $80,000 or more. An analysis done by the American Enterprise Institute estimates the average benefit actually received by students is just $202.

The claim that losing the student loan interest deduction would prevent students from applying for new student loans and attending a college or university isn’t supported by facts. And frankly, if that were true, everyone should be pushing to eliminate the deduction, given that the student loan debt crisis in America has ballooned to an astonishing $1.3 trillion.

Democrats continue to argue that states with high taxes will be “destroyed” if state and local tax deductions are eliminated. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned in a tweet earlier this month that “New York will be destroyed, if the deductibility of state and local taxes is included in any final plan that passes the House.”

Some claim eliminating the state and local tax deduction is a “revenue grab” on behalf of the federal government. But the reality is that repealing the deduction would allow $1.3 trillion to be used to reduce tax rates for all individuals and business. The state and local tax deduction is nothing more than an unfair federal subsidy of wealthier states with higher tax rates.

And lastly, Democrats argue that eliminating the mortgage interest deduction on mortgages worth up to $1 million is somehow a tax increase on the middle class.

Aside: It is humorous to most of us that live between the coasts that somehow someone with a $1 million mortgage is still considered to be middle class.

This disingenuous claim only impacts new mortgages. Homeowners who currently own a home would still be able to deduct their mortgage interest. And for new home purchases, one would still be able to deduct the interest up to the first $500,000 of the mortgage.

Given the analysis by the National Low Income Housing Coalition that fewer than 4 percent of mortgages in the United States are over $500,000, the “middle class” statistically has nothing to worry about when it comes to the proposed changes.

State leaders from the State Financial Officers Foundation act as the chief financial officers and chief financial literacy officers for their states. Tax reform is one of the most common issues that constituents bring up to these elected officials.

The complicated tax code has made millions of Americans hate April 15 and has required many to hire accountants and lawyers to help them maneuver through the system.

Americans haven’t seen serious changes to the tax code since the Reagan administration. America is long overdue for sweeping tax reform.

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Kaepernick on a roll with man of year awards

 

CONGRATS TO COLIN!

Last month GQ magazine announced its “Man of the Year”…Colin Kaepernick!

Last week Sports Illustrated named the former football player and current promoter of NFL anti-Americanism and racial tension…the delightful Mr. Kaepernick, its recipient of the coveted “Muhammed Ali Legacy Award for 2017!

And the kudos keep comin’.

This week, your editors at Veritaspac will be formally announcing our publication’s selection for the nation’s anxiously anticipated “SH-T HEAD of the Year” award, which we are pleased to let our faithful readers know, in advance, will be none other than COLIN KAEPERNICK!

The SH-T  HEAD of the year’s award, as most Veritaspac readers know has a proud history.

Last year’s recipient, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, as our readers know went on this year to be honored with a light court-marshal and probable reward of some $300,000 in back pay for his time as an active deserter, imposed by another early favorite for SH-T HEAD honors, Judge Col. Jeffery R. Nance.

Your editors will open nominations for 2018 SH-T HEAD titleists immediately after the first of the year; so readers, be ready with your early picks!

One note regarding 2018 nominations: Perennial favorite in the balloting, Maxine Waters, will not be eligible. As a recipient of Veritaspac’s LifeTime Achievement Award  for her exceptional year-after-year sh-t head behavior throughout her long and bizarre career Ms. Waters has won the title,  SH-T HEAD EMERITUS.

To wrap up 2017 we invite readers to submit their suggestions of who should have been a better pick than Mr. Kaepernick for this year’s prize.

Humbly…from your grateful editors, thanks for all your support in the past year. 


Kaeperenick also on the inside cover of  the October American Legion Magazine  — the “Take a Knee” Edition. 

The nice ladies in the auxiliary asked that he model a knitted affair they came up with just for him for the photo-shoot. Colin, not familiar with the publication, but always down for a fashion pose, agreed.

 

 DLH with R Mall

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Reverse Discrimination

Poor guy can’t win.  From over the transom, thanks to DK

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Blow-viating reporter from NYT pathologically spews accusatory racist nonsense

  • Next time a “white guy” who’s been deported 5 times and convicted of 7 felonies . . . kills a “person of color”, let’s call it “black-” or “brown-pathology”
  • ‘cuz after all, people of color have higher crime rates! . . . and are more likely to be victims. So it is a linked pathology right?  It is OK to call it a pathological “black and brown thing” and imply it is characteristic. 
  • Must be OK to say so if you can observe and characterize something as a “white pathology”
  • Being against illegal immigration is not a pathology
  • Suggesting it is, is  . . .

JUST ANOTHER ‘BLOW-JOB’ FROM THE NYT’S ‘FINEST’:

NYT’s Charles Blow: Kate Steinle’s Murder Epitomizes “White Pathology” Trump Projects On Minorities

New York Times opinion columnist Charles Blow appeared on a CNN Tonightpanel Thursday that addressed the the acquittal of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the five-time deported illegal immigrant who murdered Kate Steinle, and said people like Donald Trump use “white pathology” and these tragedies and instances of violence to further racism. Blow’s latest column is about the “white supremacy” of the Trump administration.

Blow said Trump used the case and defendant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate on the campaign trail as a way to “project a pathology” on all Mexicans, immigrant or not, who may be criminal. Blow said this strategy is used by white people such as Trump to classify criminals of color as representatives of the entire race. Blow lamented, “It never happens to white people.”

“I do believe that the president was using him (Jose Ines Garcia Zarate) as a way to project a pathology on to all Mexicans or all immigrants or even all Mexican immigrants who might even be criminal,” Blow said. “And I see that happen over and over and over again, but only happen among people of color. It happened with him and Mexico. It happened with black people and Willie Horton. It happens with Muslim people and every Muslim who commits an act of violence or terror.”

“We will hone in on this guy, right or wrong, whatever he did, and project on to the rest of the immigrant population that this is the reason that we have to do something about the rest of them,” Blow said. “That at its core is what racism looks like when you don’t use the slur, but you project on to a population.”

CNN host Don Lemon said the verdict showed the jury believed the gun used to murder her was “left behind.” Lemon also chimed in later to note that undocumented people in America commit crimes at a rate lower than those who are native born.

“Those are the facts and people should understand that,” the CNN host said.

Where is the documentation to prove anything about “undocumented” people and rates? How can you know how many documented are here to establish rates?  We suspect the toid (not even a factoid) out there that Lemon refers to is about immigrants committing less rates of crime than native born.  By definition 100% of illegal aliens (refusing the euphemism of “undocumented immigrants”) are already doing something illegal every day from the first day of arrival.  The article in Real Clear Politics concludes with this quote from Lemon:

“And that’s nothing to say about Kate Steinle. It’s tragic, it should not have happened. It’s awful and most people wanted harsher punishment.”

Rather gratuitous statement meant to appease who — people with white pathology?     Can we be as obtuse as Mr Blow and Mr. Lemon . . . we will try .  So Mr. Lemon —  waving a gun while oblivious to it being loaded or not is an accident . . pulling a trigger is an accident . . .  being oblivious to whether it is loaded or not or where you point it is an accident . . . and before any of that when as a felon you “accidentally” find a gun and pick it up, everything is still an accident and the felony of a felon being in possession of a firearm, and firing it recklessly in a populated area does not even rate manslaughter (unlawful killing in reckless disregard)?

So if a person of color robs a bank and while doing so fires into the ceiling “to get people’s attention” penetrating the office above , killing someone in that office, it is still nothing more than a bank robbery, by Lemon’s lights, and if someone says otherwise it is white pathology.

In spite of Blow and Lemon the facts are in reality color blind.  Zarate was a 5 times deported illegal alien, multiple felon committing another felony when he killed Kate Steinle, no matter what color he is.

DLH with R Mall

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