Monday, August 17, 2015

Sentence Server

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Although it remains to be seen if anything can be pulled off of Hillary's server, investigators have now identified at least 60 classified documents among the emails which she'd previously turned over - with thousands more to sort through.

Not that Hillary is worried about it. While attending the Iowa State Fair (official slogan: "Home of the Politician on a Stick"), the former Secretary of State deftly deflected questions about her flagrant, felonious disregard of national security by repeatedly shrieking "Who wants a free college education?!" at young fairgoers who were looking for Bernie Sanders.

Meanwhile, we find potential First Hubby Bill Clinton...

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Remember, #BlackVacationsMatter
By wild coincidence, Bill and Barry ran into each other at a summit on income inequality where - wait. What's that? Our mistake, they ran into each other at a golf course for millionaires in Martha's Vineyard. Which is sort of like the Iowa State Fair without the danger of running into rabble or protesters from Black Lives Matter.

For whom Hope n' Change has designed these special consciousness-raising t-shirts...

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All of those shirts are sadly accurate - but the most appalling is probably the one referring to Planned Parenthood, about whom a sixth video was released last week...

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The latest video asserts that if a ghoulish buyer is waiting in the wings for a nice, ripe fetus in a patient's womb, the eager staff at Planned Parenthood may not add to the mother's agitation with a silly old legal form which would give her the right to choose whether or not she wants her unborn child turned into profitable baby puree.

Sadly, the shocking video is getting even less attention that those that came before it - which is to say, almost none whatsoever. Since the Planned Parenthood scandal broke, the big 3 networks have broadcast over 243 hours of alleged "news" - of which, the covert videos were aired for a grand total of 73 seconds, none of which contained graphic footage.

In other words, the mainstream media is doing to this story exactly what Planned Parenthood does to babies. And without asking for anyone's consent.


Joseph ET said...

Well done as always.
Thanks a million. ☺ ☺ ☺

Fred Ciampi said...

Holy smoke Stilt! Four cartoon strips. I didn't have to strain my eyeballs as much today. It's a sad truth that 'Black lives matter' except to Planed Parenthood, politicians who thrive on sensationalism, and black thugs. Poor Martin must be turning over in his grave, seeing his dream and all the work he did and sacrificed his life for all gone to hell.

I wonder if 'Kneepads Bill' and 'Buck O'Fama' were discussing how to get the Hildabeast into the White House in order to continue the legacy. Or maybe they were trying to figure out how to better than seven putt on the 13th hole ..... or maybe they were talking about holes in general. Oh, and I picked a fine week to quit smoking & drinking & ..........

Wahoo said...

WJC was just showing that woman...the WH intern...the ropes. Three or four of them!

Bobo the Hobo said...

So, Hillary is unaware that nothing disappears from the internet? There's a copy somewhere [hint: check China or Russian servers.]

Geoff King said...

Ahh, the Iowa State Fair.
Rides that take you nowhere. Rigged games that rip you off. Over priced commodities with no substance. Prize winning fat pigs.
But enough about the Clinton campaign, I wonder how the Fair was?

John the Econ said...

If I constantly make any mistake about the Clintons, it's that I never seem fully prepared for the inevitable twist or escalation of any given scandal. For example, I was always right in my prediction about Hillary delivering a useless scrubbed server to investigators. But I certainly didn't expect the existence of another email server buried within some commercial data farm. Brilliant. No doubt that the server at the data farm only had the email that Hillary wanted people to see transferred to it, then the drive from the original server was pulled to be tossed in the river, to be replaced with a new one for eventual delivery to the GOP. If I was her, that's what I would have done. Well played, Mrs. Clinton.

The question that nobody seems to be asking is: "How many other 'private' email servers are there humming along among the political elite?" I can't believe that Hillary's is the only one.

@Stilton, might I suggest setting those painfully truthful shirts up at one of those made-to-order sites. It would be interesting to see if they get censored, like my "Obama 2012: Bush's 4th Term" bumper stickers were. Might I suggest "I don't treat black people any worse than black people do" for the suicidal.

Bumper stickers I'm currently contemplating: "Hillary 2016: What difference does it make?" and "Nixon should have erased the tapes". Feel free to steal those as you're a far better artist than I am.

If you're expecting mainstream media reaction to the UnPlanned UnParenthood scandal, you are wasting your time just like you were with the Gosnell scandal. IMHO, abortion is simple a topic that the vast majority of people on both the left and the right know is a messy business (morally, physically and psychologically) and would just assume not deal with on any level. It's kinda like the concentration camps and ovens in Nazi Germany; A lot of people had a pretty good idea what was going on, but they simply chose not to deal with it, in polite company anyway.

I read an article last week about the money that a single clinic was making from the "tissue sales". Multiplied by all of the UnP UnP clinics across the country, this revenue could be in the billions. So you rabid choicers, don't tell me that they aren't in this for the money. Just because they call themselves a "non-profit" doesn't mean they aren't a business. It would be interesting to see what an honest audit of UnP UnP would expose, but I wouldn't expect that to happen any more than the mainstream media to start paying attention.

It's clear that the strategy of the group releasing these videos is to have each successive one to be more hideous than the previous one; ratcheting up the outrage and pressure at each release. It will be interesting to see what happens when the final coup de gras hits. 20 years ago, the mainstream media still had the power to sweep stuff like this under the rug. That that's certainly not the case today.

4sleiborg said...

You mean "First Horndog Bill Clinton", don't you?

Pete (Detroit) said...

Correct me if I'm wrong, but would not much of Hillarity's email been to other people in government? Would there not be records on monitored servers of stuff that she sent IN to the gummint?
Hell, search the whole farm for stuff addressed either TO or FROM her domain - take what, 30 sec tops?

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Joseph ET- Thank you!

@Fred Ciampi- Some days my mind just gravitates more to the visual than verbal, which is why there are so many cartoons today.

Regarding Bill and Barry on the golf course, I would have loved to have heard their conversation. A lot of people are speculating that the White House is turning up the heat on Hillary's email scandal, and Bill would be on top of that. I'm guessing there was a lot of pointed innuendo.

@Wahoo- "Ms Lewinsky can't come to the phone just now, she's tied up."

@Bobo the Hobo- Logically speaking, Hillary nuked her emails because they were incriminating. It is also logical to assume that Russia and/or China now have copies of those emails - and would use them to blackmail Hillary if she became president. This alone should knock her out of the race - but won't.

@Geoff King- Your analogy would still hold true in the good old days when Freak Shows graced the midway.

@John the Econ- The Clinton scandals are like onions; there are always layers, and they always bring tears to my eyes.

Sadly, I don't think Planned Parenthood is going to take as much of a hit as they richly deserve for the very reason you mention: people just don't want to think about appalling things. And one skill people have really developed in the past few years is the ability to choose not to think about bothersome subjects. Or much else.

@Pete Madsen- I've got to admit, that's a better fit.

@Pete (Detroit)- Investigators should absolutely be cross-referencing with the emails in the State Department's system - but unfortunately it's not as easy as you'd think. If you recall, when Hillary turned in her "relevant" emails - they were not in electronic form. She printed them out - tens of thousands of pages - with no meta-data or means to sort or search them electronically.

Hopefully, all of those emails have since been scanned and catalogued, and made computer-searchable with an OCR program. But then again, since the State Department seems to be actively colluding with Hillary, maybe they haven't gone to all that trouble.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Readers- An addendum to my comment directly above. Isn't it curious that Hillary turned over thousands of printed pages to the State Department, but gave (theoretically) all the same emails to her personal attorney on a far more convenient, readily searchable thumbdrive? It's hard to see her action as anything other than a deliberate attempt to frustrate and slow down the investigatory process.

John the Econ said...

@Stilton, it's not curious at all. At best, delivering 50,000 printed pages could be considered the equivalent of showing up at your local tax office to pay your property taxes with pennies, "just to make a point". My guess is that if as "ordinary citizens" you and I were to deliver requested digital data in such manner, we'd be looking at a "contempt" charge. Of course, we know that never happens to the Clintons. And that's why they keep pulling this kind of stunt every time they're being investigated for something.

But the real reason was obvious to anyone with an IT background: The printed pages omitted the aspect of the email that investigators would have found most interesting; the header "metadata". This is information embedded in every email message that includes details about where the messages originated, how they traveled from the sender to the recipient, and other interesting tidbits. This is the information that Hillary really doesn't want us to see. Again, Schrödinger's cat; Since she's gone to such lengths to make sure we never see this data, I can only imagine that it's pretty incriminating.

It's also my suspicion, as I mentioned above, that there are a lot of other "private servers" running in Hillary's circle, and the header metadata would expose that. No doubt, they've long since been scrubbed as well.

John the Econ said...

Actually, Clinton scandals could be described as an onion in a M. C. Escher universe; always layers that seem invert upon themselves that would have one peeling into infinity.

Joseph ET said...

If I received email from the CIA with information about the satellite images, I would think; “why wasn’t this marked secret?”

I wonder why the person sending “secret” information to a “.com” address and not a “.gov” address hasn’t lost their head. Plus, not applying the correct label should also be cause for heads rolling! Any heads rolling at any other agencies over these emails?

Joseph ET said...

Does anyone really think that Bill Clinton accidentally ran into Obama on a golf course at Martha's Vineyard. Me neither! I think Bill was there to plea to Obama to do something to save Hillary. Not in the White House, no phone record and no email record, but totally off the record conversation. Wish someone had a hot microphone pointed at them.

JustaJeepGuy said...

It doesn't matter what Hillary did or didn't do to/with the e-mails. The Hillary-ites will vote for her no matter what. They couldn't care less about American security, it's Hillary's turn! It's time for a female president!! THAT'S ALL THEY CARE ABOUT!!!

Sortahwitte said...

It's nice to see bj clinton looking like a training dummy for a cadaver dog.

REM1875 said...

Looks like slick willie the worst just threw a right hook at oblammer, missed and zero just stood there crapping his pants paralyzed in fear.

REM1875 said...

Slickster and zero on the goof course together? Bet ya this time he did inhale.

SC said...

@ John the Econ

I hope I am wrong, but, if there is that much money in aborted babies the next logical step is to cut-out middle man, PP, all together. There will be card tables setting up all over the country. Oh God, I really hope I'm wrong..saving grace perhaps is that the really bad con-men out there don't pay attention to conservative media. Obviously the main-stream media isn't reporting it.

@ Stilt......I love the t-shirts

Popular Front said...

Just as an aside but have you all noticed how poorly the Clinton duo are ageing? Hillary seems to be morphing into a downscaled version of Jabba the Hutt while Bill looks like some sort of recovering alky/junkie, trying to put some meat back on his bones to stave off the oncoming full internal organ shutdown.

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Stilton Jarlsberg said...

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