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It seems every crazy statement made by the Democrats regarding President Trump gets a pass but if I said half the things about Obama they say, the Secret Service would have had me in prison

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“It seems every crazy statement made by the Democrats regarding President Trump gets a pass but if I said half the things about Obama they say, the Secret Service would have had me in prison” by Chef Elmer K. Hootenstein



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Democrats should take a breath and look at things with fresh eyes…
Los Angeles, CA 90064, 09-02-2019 Monday:  We live in truly fascinating times and who would ever have guessed it would be as enthralling as it now is?  Certainly not me.   The Democrats piled all their hopes, wishes, and dreams onto Robert S. Mueller III’s saggy shoulders, once esteemed FBI Director, someone who overlooked (or protected) the depredations of Whitey Bulger, but now, a semi-moron, a man who stumbles about lost in the daily minutiae who came up with NOTHING regarding President Donald J. Trump and Russian collusion.  N-O-T-H-I-N-G.    
Watching this pathetic old codger sit before Congress a couple of months ago, the Democrats sitting above him on the dais eagerly stroking their wanks in the hope that Mueller was going to give them something else other than what appeared in his report, something with which, they were going to be able to rub out their nemesis once and for all and then…and then…it all went to hell in a handbasket and the resulting explosion of fecal matter splattered all over them.  Hilarious!  But much deserved. 
The Democrats have been the ones conspiring and colluding with one another from Day Number One, hell, from pre-Day Number One, to get Trump using whatever means in their possession to do it.  I am surprised that with all the insanity splashing out of cable news shows onto innocent viewers/listeners, that someone with a gun has not gone after President Trump.  I mean, why would they not, right? 
If one political party and their slavering goober sycophants on the likes of ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, and CNBC continue saying all sorts of crazy stuff like ‘the president is a covert Russian agent, in the pay of Vladimir Putin, that he stole the election from Hillary Rodham Clinton, someone everyone LOVES’ (yeah, right), why wouldn’t some nut arm up and stroll out of his or her home into instant infamy? 
I pray every single night that the Lord will watch over President Donald J. Trump and his family.  I pray the Lord protects all of them, that He will moderate those fired up with propaganda and lies to not do something that would plunge our country into near-civil war. 
What’s more, we know there are many unhinged Americans out there, traumatized by phony stories of babies languishing in cages and the tearing apart of families and the inhumane treatment of illegal alien invaders along our southern border, NONE of which is TRUE, who might attempt to do something
The amount of hatred flowing around is incredibly horrid and I doubt we have ever seen anything akin to this in the country since the Civil War.  Imagine if we said HALF the things about loser President Barack Obama that are said daily about his successor, I think the Secret Service would have shown up at my door, put my hands behind my back, handcuffed me, and taken me away.  Yet, you never hear the Secret Service going after anyone who talks about beating up the president or worse.   
We know we have a dual system of justice now in our country what with the IG report from the Justice Department that lambasted fired FBI Director James Comey urging his prosecution and Attorney-General Bill Barr giving it a pass. 
There was misbehavior throughout the fraudulent look into whether Donald Trump and his family colluded with the Russians or not so why the AG would decline to prosecute this POS is beyond me.  Someone must answer for the crimes of the Obama administration and the lanky punk whom everyone hates should have been the first one prosecuted. 
It is damned difficult to expect the rest of the American people to have respect for the law and for federal law enforcement.  I agree with my colleagues that those days are gone, that we cannot put the toothpaste back in the tube, and that all future interactions between us and federal law enforcement will NOT happen unless our attorneys are present. 
Critics of this line of reasoning say, “Ah, c’mon, man, the FBI would never do to YOU what it tried to do to President Trump and what it has done to people who were early members of his administration.” 
I say to that, “BULLS**T, these people are not to be trusted and I will no longer trust them or pay them respect.  While I will do my best never to break the law as I do not want to find myself in the joint at the age I am, I will also do nothing to help them or enable them to destroy my family or my colleagues through misremembering or forgetting pertinent facts in whatever they want answers. 
We did not want things to be this way but this is how it is.  If a punk such as Rep. Jerrold Nadler can hold secret impeachment hearings all for nothing, then so can we begin preparing to fight back.  I truly believe the Democrats are lost in the septic tank, they haven’t a clue that the ‘silent majority’ is alive, well, and raring to go. 
There are as many, if not more, Democrats in this mum entity waiting for Election Day so they can demonstrate to their party where they stand.  I have not seen as much vigor as what I am now seeing and if the Democrats were as astute as the rest of us, they would step back, take a breath, and look at things anew with fresh eyes.  Not going to be good for them.
Friends, thanks for joining me today, we have much to do this week.  We are getting into the election cycle now so it is going to be fun to see who will carry the standard for the Democrats.  Perhaps that scumbag, James Comey, will toss his hat into the ring?  How exciting would that be?   
See you tomorrow.
Elmer K. Hootenstein
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09-02-2019 Monday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMXV: “It seems every crazy statement made by the Democrats regarding President Trump gets a pass but if I said half the things about Obama they say, the Secret Service would have had me in prison” by Chef Elmer K. Hootenstein.    
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TODAY IN HISTORY—SEPTEMBER 02, 2019:







A.    31 B.C.: Roman leader Octavian defeated the alliance of Mark Anthony and Cleopatra.  Octavian—as Augustus Caesar, became the first Roman emperor.  Note, he was the great nephew of Julius Caesar.
B.    1192: Saladin and King Richard the Lionhearted sign a cease-fire between the army of the sultan and that of the Crusaders.
C.    1666: The Great Fire of London broke out, which burned down 13,000 homes and killed at least 8 people.
D.    1732: Pope Clement XII renews the anti-Jewish laws of Rome.  
E.    1775: General George Washington commissioned the first American war vessel, Hannah, on this date.
F.     1789: The Treasury Department of the United States underwent establishment on this date.
G.   1792: The Parisian mobs remove the nobles and their families as well as clergymen and begin mass murdering them.
H.   1864: During the American Civil War, Union forces under the command of General William T. Sherman occupied the rebel city of Atlanta, Georgia.
I.       1870: Emperor Napoleon III surrenders to the Prussian army during the Franco-Prussian War.
J.      1897: Publishers issued the first issue of McCall’s magazine on this date.  Prior to this, the magazine had gone by different names such as Queens Magazine and Queen of Fashion.
K.   1898: At the Battle of Omdurman, Lord Kitchener’s troops employ the machine gun for the first time in battle against the howling hordes of the Mahdi, gunning down thousands of them in the Sudan.
L.    1901: Vice President Theodore Roosevelt offered the advice, “Speak softly and carry a big stick” at the Minnesota State Fair.
M.  1924: The Rudolf Friml operetta, “Rose Marie,” opened on Broadway.
N.    1930: Captain Dieudonne Coste and Maurice Bellonte piloted the first nonstop flight—the Question Mark--from Europe to the United States on this date.
O.   1935: A Labor Day hurricane slammed into the Florida Keys, claiming more than 400 lives.
P.     1938: The New York Central Railroad put the first train car equipped with fluorescent lighting into service on this date.
Q.   1942: During World War II, German forces begin entering and enveloping the Russian city of Stalingrad.
R.    1944: During World War II, Japanese forces shot down U.S. Navy pilot Lt. George Herbert Walker Bush as he completed a bombing run over the Bonin Islands.  The American submarine USS Finback later rescued him; however, his two crewmembers died.
S.     1945: Japan formerly surrendered in ceremonies aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay, formally ending World War II.  Meanwhile, Ho Chi Minh declared Vietnam to be an independent republic.  Strangely, he died on this date in 1969.
T.    1951: Future violinist with the British rock band, Electric Light Orchestra 1972-1979, Mik Kaminski—is born in Harrogate in Great Britain on this date.
U.    1961: The USSR resumed nuclear testing on this date.  Test ban treaty negotiations failed with the U.S. and Britain when the three nations could not agree upon the nature and frequency of on-site inspections.
V.    1963: State troopers assigned by Alabama Governor George C. Wallace prevented the integration of Tuskegee High School on this date.  Elsewhere, “The CBS Evening News” underwent lengthening on this date from 15 to 30 minutes.
W. 1964: One of America’s most decorated military heroes of World War I, Medal of Honor recipient Alvin C. York, died in Nashville, Tennessee, at age 76.
X.    1969: In what some regard as the birth of the Internet, two connected computers at UCLA passed test data through a 15-foot cable.  Meanwhile, in one of the all-time great TV disasters, NBC canceled the popular Sci-Fi show, “Star Trek” on this date; the show premiered originally on September 0, 1966.
Y.    1972: Dave Wottle of the United States won the men’s 800-meter race at the Munich Summer Olympics.  Meanwhile, Rod Stewart receives his first #1 hit in America, “You wear it well.”
Z.    1973: The owner of the Detroit Tigers fired manager Billy Martin, relieving him three days after he ordered his pitchers to throw spitballs against Cleveland Indians batters.
AA.          1974: President Gerald R. Ford signs the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
BB.           1985: Explorers announced they had discovered the whereabouts of the HMS Titanic on September 01 when a U.S. and French ocean expedition discovered the wreck 560 miles off Newfoundland.  The luxury liner’s exact location had been a mystery for 73 years.
CC.          1986: A judge in Los Angeles sentenced Cathy Evelyn Smith to three years in prison for involuntary manslaughter for her role in the 1982 drug overdose death of actor John Belushi; she served 18 months.
DD.          1991: The United States recognizes the independence of the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
EE.           1992: The United States and Russia agreed to a joint venture to build a space station.
FF.           1995: In the 12th round of their heavyweight championship fight, Frank Bruno beats Oliver McCall. 
GG.         1996: Muslim rebels and the government of the Philippines signed a pact formally ending 26 years of insurgency that had killed more than 120,000 people.
HH.         1998: A Swissair MD-11 jetliner crashed off Nova Scotia killing all 229 people aboard.
II.   2002: Negotiators at the World Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, agreed on a plan to help the globe’s poorest people while reversing environmental declines.  Meanwhile, elsewhere in the world, Glenn Tilton became chair, president, and chief executive officer of United Airlines parent UAL Corporation.     
JJ. 2005: A National Guard convoy packed with food, water and medicine rolled into New Orleans four days after Hurricane Katrina.  Scorched by criticism about sluggish federal help (because he was a Republican mostly), President George W. Bush toured the Gulf Coast and met with state and local officials, including New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin (who is now in prison); at one point, Bush praised FEMA Director Michael Brown, telling him, “Brownie, you’re doing a heck of a job.”  Democrats criticized the President for this comment, too; however, had a Democrat been in the White House, no one would have said a flipping thing about similar comments or actions.  It is interesting to note that the President toured the area by aircraft so as not to take resources away on the ground for his visit; the left criticized him for doing this, too.  A Republican can NEVER win.
KK.         2009: A bomb blows up outside the Athens’ Stock Exchange in Greece, causing property damage and injuring a passerby.
LL.           2010: BP says that if the ban on offshore oil drilling continues in the United States, it may not be able to pay the compensation mandated by the courts to those whose livelihoods suffered damage from the oil spill earlier in the year.
MM.      2012: Ending a 50-year ban on veiled female news presenters, Egypt's state television gives its female presenters a choice of wearing, or not wearing, a veil.
NN.          2013: The public learns about AT&T's the Hemisphere Project, which gives telephone call data to law enforcement agencies, including the DEA.  Meanwhile, France released an intelligence report alleging chemical weapons use by Syria that dovetailed with similar U.S. claims, as President Bashar al-Assad warned that any military strike against his country would spark an uncontrollable regional war.
OO.         2014: Thomas Frieden, Director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cautions that the Ebola epidemic will soon be uncontrollable unless the world can find more health workers to aid in treatment of victims and the burial of contagious bodies.
PP.           2017: Astronaut Peggy Whitson returned to Earth after 288 days on the International Space Station; the trip gave Whitson a total of 665 days in space, a record for any woman worldwide.
 










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