Saturday, November 12, 2016

“In case you didn’t know, it was completely by chance.”

Once again we find foreigners doing the work of American journalists.

About Margo Gerster’s chance encounter with Hillary in the woods?


A Westchester mom got the best therapy possible for her deep depression over Hillary Clinton’s stunning defeat — when she ran right into her hero while out for a hike in the woods.

Clinton looked happy as a clam in a comfy pair of leggings and boots — sans makeup — as she walked her toy poodle mix, Tally, with her hubby, Bill, near their Chappaqua home.NYPost

It was staged. Of course. (And trust me, Hilz is NOT sans makeup. She doesn’t even look human without at least one coat of spackle.)

As reported last night by Francinepink, Russia Insider did some legwork (because did any of this photo-op look real?) and discovered to nobody’s surprise that…Margot Gerster has met Hillary before:

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An old photo with Gerster and Clinton, which Gerster posted on Election Day. A friend asks "when was this?" And Margot replies: "Back in a fundraiser my mom hosted."

Here’s Margot’s story:

Yes….it was chance, and kind of amazing. Like, I literally hike that trail almost every day. Um, so this is sort of incredible, to just randomly run into Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, two days after the election…

As RI points out, who would start their story with “in case you didn’t know, it was completely by chance.” Unless it wasn’t, and somebody told you to make sure you to mentioned that it was? And she seemed to have continued problems remembering her lines when Burnett asked her what Hillary said:

Umm...I think actually I [inaudible]. You know, I said, I obviously said hello. And um, I said something to her along the lines of, um, all I wanted to do all day yesterday was hug you and tell you how proud I was to bring my daughter with me to vote for you, and, you know, she was very gracious, and she hugged me, and she couldn’t have been any nicer, she was very warm, and she asked me about my daughter, obviously, and where I was from, and, it was just very pleasant.

*sigh* Is there nothing too large or small in the Clinton orbit that isn’t worth lying about?

Meanwhile, back on the mean streets of New York, additional Clinton detritus:

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Sorry Huma, elections have consequences. Of course when Republicans win those consequences often involve denial, demands and riots:

resign or revoltHere’s a phrase that seems never to go out of style: “Imagine if conservatives had done this to Obama.”

not my presidentFor his or her sake, I hope that’s not a tattoo.

Remember when they used to just put a big “L” on their foreheads? I liked that better.

Liars, Leakers and Losers: can you connect the dots?

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Friday, November 11, 2016

“Dance me through the panic till I'm gathered safely in”

Happy Veterans Day to all who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. And happy Veterans Day to all of us too who have benefited from the incredible sacrifices our veterans have made over the centuries in order to make the world safe for democracy. Even these idiots, exercising their right of self expression last night as they, protest the duly-elected President of the United States of America.

trump protestsUniversity safe-space, must have run out of Play-Doh

As I’ve pointed out before, irony is completely lost on the brainwashed members of the collective. Fortunately for us - and the snowflakes above – current and previous generations of men and women were able to carry on in the face of adversity without requiring safe spaces and grief counseling.


And while the face of freedom’s enemy may morph over time, it never goes away. Which is why we’ll always need people on the wall, willing to do whatever’s necessary to keep the malignancy at bay; and  it is why today we honor those who’ve responded to that call.

And I’m happy that we will shortly have another Commander-in-Chief who understands, appreciates and respects our fighting forces and veterans.

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I’m certain the incoming POTUS and FLOTUS will honor our military more along the lines of a President Reagan presidency…


than an Obama presidency.

mo medal of honor dis dress_thumb[2]Posthumous Medal of Honor ceremony for Sergeant First Class Jared C. Monti, September 2009

Let’s all try to find our own unique way to honor our courageous veteran’s today. It need not be flashy.


"You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children's children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done." – Ronald Reagan

FOOTNOTE: R.I.P. Leonard Cohen. This is still my favorite of all his marvelous songs.

Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin
Dance me through the panic till I'm gathered safely in
Touch me with your naked hand or touch me with your glove
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love
Dance me to the end of love

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Thursday, November 10, 2016

We’ve Found Our Voice

I spent yesterday in a bit of a fog, partly due to serious sleep deprivation and partly due to the lingering incredulity that we had, against all odds, taken our country back. Now that I’ve had a decent night’s sleep I can process things more clearly. And the first thing I’ve processed is the behavior of the losers protesting the election results in the streets. Like every other demonstration over the past 8 years I doubt that this one was anymore organic than the other ginned Soros rallies. Given the average age of the demonstrators it was predictable: snowflakes who have been subjected to the non-stop propaganda that passes for education, who are unaccustomed to not getting their way, are easily manipulated.

Apparently the irony of their fascist* behavior:

oakland ca trump protest burning garbage

in protest of the results of a democratic process:


is beyond their ken. Then again, irony is dead to this demographic:

the tolerant anti-gun left…said the rabidly anti-gun leftist. And again, imagine if this were a right-winger threatening Hillary…

Imagine if right-wingers had behaved this way in the wake of Obama’s elections?  Questions of this sort have become so common these past 8 years that they’ve been reduced to the status of rhetorical. And that at least partially explains why Donald Trump is our President elect.

Rush Limbaugh takes it one step further, commenting on CNN's Van Jones observation that a "whitelash against a changing country" was the driving force behind President Donald Trump's election. Rush asks  "why it's wrong for white people to vote their interests" but not wrong for everyone else to do so.

JONES: This was a whitelash. (pause) This was a whitelash against a changing country. It was a whitelash against a black president in part. And that's the part where the pain comes. And Donald Trump has a responsibility tonight to come out and reassure people that he is going to be the president of all the people who he insulted and offended and brushed aside.

RUSH: So you see how this works? "Trump has got to mend fences. Trump has to approach us. Trump has to come to us, the offended, the aggrieved, the disadvantaged. Trump has to approach us. Trump!" Donald Trump has just schooled everybody on how you win. It is everybody else who should be approaching Donald Trump. But here's my question, folks. Van Jones of CNN says that this is a "whitelash." What is he complaining about? He's complaining that white people voted their interests?

So, for today’s musical selection I’ve chosen a Moody Blues tune from the Reagan era that very much speaks to today’s milieu: “The Voice”

The Voice

Won't you take me back to school?
I need to learn the golden rule
Won't you lay it on the line?
I need to hear it just one more time

Oh, won't you tell me again?
Oh, can you feel it?
Oh, won't you tell me again, tonight?

Each and every heart it seems
Is bounded by a world of dreams
Each and every rising sun
Is greeted by a lonely one

Oh, won't you tell me again?
Oh, can you feel it?
Oh, won't you tell me again, tonight?

'Cause out on the ocean of life, my love
There are so many storms, we must rise above
Can you hear the spirit calling
As it's carried across the waves?

You're already falling
It's calling you back to face the music
And the song that is coming through
You're already falling, the one that it's calling is you

Make a promise, take a vow
And trust your feelings, it's easy now
Understand the voice within
And feel a change already beginning

Oh, won't you tell me again?
Oh, can you feel it?
Oh, won't you tell me again, tonight?

Oh, won't you tell me again?
Oh, can you feel it?
Oh, won't you tell me again, tonight?

And how many words have I got to say?
And how many times will it be this way?
With your arms around the future
And your back up against the past

You're already falling
It's calling you on to face the music
And the song that is coming through
You're already falling, the one that it's calling is you

Each and every heart it seems
Is bounded by a world of dreams
Each and every rising sun
Is greeted by a lonely, lonely one

Won't you tell me again?
Oh, can you feel it?
Oh, won't you tell me again, tonight?


*NOTE: Some refer to these violent protests as “anarchist” but every time I do Little Mo points out that no self-respecting anarchist would take part in a demonstration demanding MORE government.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

I’m With Him

Donald J. Trump, now that you’ve won the American Presidency, what are you going to do?

trump disney landI’m going to buy Disney World! And your parent company too!

Trump’s victory is testament to the wisdom of Winston Churchill:

“Never give in--never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”

And make no mistake, the enemies that Trump had to vanquish were many and and mighty: the Democratic establishment, the GOP establishment, the financial establishment, the Hollywood establishment, Big Business, Big Government, Big Media…the entire big, rigged system. In short, the elitists who would run our lives for us because either they know better than we do, or just because they can. And vanquish them he did, totally, completely, unmistakably. And in the process his campaign clearly illustrated why his enemies are our enemies as well.

So which side are you on? The team that arrogantly thinks they can dictate to us everything from morality to  news coverage:

After watching and listening to Donald Trump since he announced his candidacy for president, we have decided we won’t report on Trump’s campaign as part of The Huffington Post’s political coverage. Instead, we will cover his campaign as part of our Entertainment section. Our reason is simple: Trump’s campaign is a sideshow. We won’t take the bait. If you are interested in what The Donald has to say, you’ll find it next to our stories on the Kardashians and The Bachelorette. – Huffpo

Or the team that wants to Make America Great Again?

I don’t know about you, but - 


So enjoy your breakfast of champions:



And I’ll be back after I get a little shut-eye.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

MOTUS’ Special Edition Election Night Twilight Nocturne Lounge

I’m not home yet, butt I’m opening the Lounge for anyone interested in company and conversation through the long night.

MOTUS-TNL jazz sign

Little Mo may or may not be on duty, as he’s also busy collecting ballots and counting dangling chads.

little mo press hatThis is Little Mo if you’re new around here; he’s my resident mole and part-time (due to Obamacare) bartender.

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So if he’s not stationed at the end of the bar help yourself: it’s the honor system.

For entertainment I’m starting with an old standard, dedicated to Donald J. Trump, aka the Blonde Bomber, that seems appropriate as a wrap up for long, long campaign.

“My Way”

For what is a man, what has he got
If not himself, then he has naught
To say the things he truly feels
And not the words of one who kneels
The record shows I took the blows
And did it my way

Feel free to add your own tunes.

I’ll join you a bit later, butt feel free to mix and mingle till I get here. Keep your chins up (which is to say, off the bar). Regardless of what tomorrow brings remember: the Revolution has started!

What An Unusual Thing Happened To Me in 2016

Finally. Election Day. And something is happening across the land. It started as a low grumble and has grown to a yuge roar - like in Les Mis. But for today I’ve selected a different, homegrown anthem from an unlikely source.

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Whiney little liberal weeny that he is, the thing about Paul Simon is that when he was young he wrote songs that seemed quite knowing…wise, even.  He exhibits signs of being afflicted with a Benjamin Button type of disorder: he grew wise backwards.

“An American Tune,” written in 1973 in the midst of the divisive Vietnam War, still perfectly captures the zeitgeist of this decade. The little minstrel man spins a magical tune.

So as you go about your day, voting, praying, voting again if you’re a democrat, biting your nails, checking your email, checking Drudge, checking your bookmarked blogs (after MOTUS of course) play this song. Sing along, hum it in your car. Play it as often as you like; it’s an anthem for the deplorables.


“An American Tune”
by Paul Simon

Many's the time I've been mistaken
And many times confused
Yes, and often felt forsaken
And certainly misused
But I'm all right, I'm all right
I'm just weary to my bones
Still, you don't expect to be
Bright and bon vivant
So far away from home, so far away from home

And I don't know a soul who's not been battered
I don't have a friend who feels at ease
I don't know a dream that's not been shattered
or driven to its knees
But it's all right, it's all right
We've lived so well so long
Still, when I think of the road
we're traveling on
I wonder what went wrong
I can't help it, I wonder what went wrong

And I dreamed I was dying
And I dreamed that my soul rose unexpectedly
And looking back down at me
Smiled reassuringly
And I dreamed I was flying
And high up above my eyes could clearly see
The Statue of Liberty
Sailing away to sea
And I dreamed I was flying

We come on the ship they call the Mayflower
We come on the ship that sailed the moon
We come in the age's most uncertain hour
and sing an American tune
But it's all right, it's all right
You can't be forever blessed
Still, tomorrow's going to be another working day
And I'm trying to get some rest
That's all I'm trying to get some rest

Stay encouraged, and tell us your inspiring election ‘16 stories. What Fresh Nell had a good one yesterday: “Anecdotal info: Students talking in class. One (A-A) says that her mother and aunt are voting for Trump. Another (A-A) says that his grammaw is, too. They just look at each other, going WTF? I smile, and suggest Diamond and Silk to them.”

How many of us knew even one Democrat in ‘08 or ‘12 who didn’t vote of the 0? So keep the faith. We will Make America Great Again! We will try it one more time, the right way, at the polls. But mark my words, if we are cheated it will be torches and pitchforks.

i am hillary's deplorable WM copy

A phenomenon occurs but because you're in the middle of it, you just think it's your life-until it's over. And then you look back and say, What an unusual thing happened to me in 2016.

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Monday, November 7, 2016

At This Point, What Have You Got To Lose?

November 7, 2016: Today headlines in words that all rhyme with “lie”

James Comey complies, people die (edit: upon further examination this “fishy” murder/suicide appears not to be true. The fact that it is a totally credible hoax does not go unnoticed however.)

Hillary’s maidreceives power to declassify

Wolf BlitzerCNNan outcry over their choice of allies

Chelsea, paid to speechify

Janet Reno - who caused people to fry - dies

Dana Milbank: collusion personified

Huma Abedin, may need to indemnify

Eeverybody, and their grandma, will be on the campaign trail today, battling for the new battleground states.

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While the citizens decide who they’re with:

I’m with…her?

hilz thumb


i'm with you trump

Donald will be telling you how we can Make America Great Again. And Hilz, well, she’ll be telling you how she’s "sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision from people who support Donald Trump." You know, all those deplorables.

trump les deplorables2

Show her, people, what difference at this point it makes.

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Sunday, November 6, 2016

An American Moment of Clarity

Moments of clarity are rare. They may be catalyzed by an intensely emotional event, or simply by the long, slow, relentless drip of a leaky faucet. Either way, when these moments occur, they can be transforming.

a clear eye

I’ve been thinking about clarity in relation to this year’s presidential race since Friday when Deehra commented in relation to the Iraq War:

“In a moment of clarity, a long and treacherous slog seemed inevitable…I still believe that in that moment, Trump became our future.

I began to wonder, at what point did Trump himself have such a moment of clarity; the realization that only someone totally outside the insider world of politics could save this country? How did it become apparent to him that Americans would rally around a non-politically correct lightening rod who simply wanted to Make America Great Again? And when did he realize that he might be the man to answer the clarion call?


When did it become clear to many of us – who originally backed a different candidate – that this was the case? Was it when the Establishment rejected him? And our suspicions grew.


And when did those of us who originally supported other torch carriers realize that our candidates never stood a chance against the Clinton/Globalist Machine – due either to design or naiveté? It’s not a certainty that Trump can beat them either. But nobody else even stood a chance.

No one else could have marshalled a coalition of deplorables as broad and deep as The Donald has. Either by skill or divine intervention he has taken a nation’s blind rage - that frequently obscures purpose - and galvanized it into a movement to Make America Great Again. Our discontent became focused, our  purpose clear: elect a man not of politics but a man of ideas and action. A man who wants to do what we’ve been demanding for years: close the borders, reverse the trade imbalance, bring jobs back to America. And while we’re at it let’s bring non-propaganda education back to the schools, medical care to back to doctors and patients, fiscal responsibility, at least at the level required in our private lives, back to the halls of government. Trump has a platform for all of these things, and a lot more.


Would now be a good time to remind people of the definition for insanity?


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