The State of the Union is Fragile and Depressing

Sparta Report | 1/23/2020 | Bruno Strozek
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The current State of the Union is fragile and depressing and it’s AOC’s fault.

No, not the toothy bartender from the Bronx; the AOC I’m talking about is Alinsky, Obama and Clinton.


It’s not unintentional damage either.

It’s absolutely studious, planful and non-coincidental.

Must - Read - Internets - Damn - Case

There have been three Must Read articles recently posted on The Internets that together make a damn good case that we are teetering on the brink of the razor’s edge over the point of no return.

Anyway. here’s a passel of pull-quotes from the hat trick of articles mentioned above.

Government - Shadows - Victor - Davis - Hanson

From Government in the Shadows by Victor Davis Hanson:

Marquess of Queensberry Rules of post-presidential decorum abruptly ended in 2017. What superseded them was, at best, a kind of British-style, European shadow government, in which mostly ex-Obama officials became nonstop activist critics of almost everything Trump has done.

Opposition - Sort - Coup - Bureaucrats - Operations

At worst, the endless opposition turned into a slow-motion sort of coup in which progressive, life-tenured bureaucrats leaked, obstructed, and connived to stop the daily operations of the administration — as they often proudly admitted to the media. The subtext was that the Obama-progressive-media complex would create enough momentum to abort Trump’s first term.

The most baleful legacy of the current Trump hatred is a new model of out-of-power administrations that never quite leave. Instead, apparently from now on, the retired, the fired, the voted out, the emeriti, and the transitioned will become opposition activists who seek to destroy their successors whose record they cannot abide and whose agendas they deathly fear.

Whistleblower - Was - Overheard - '17 - Discussing

From Whistleblower Was Overheard in ’17 Discussing With Ally How to Remove Trump by Paul Sperry:

Barely two weeks after Donald Trump took office, Eric Ciaramella – the CIA analyst whose name was recently linked in a tweet by the president and mentioned by lawmakers as the anonymous “whistleblower” who touched off Trump’s impeachment – was overheard in...
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