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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Heroes: Vanderboegh and Codrea not Woodward and Bernstein

There are a few posts that I have been thinking about for a long time. I haven't written them, because they are too long and too involved and they don't do much other than restate what we all know, but at times like this, I just can't hold my tongue.

There is not a politician in office right now, who is not a traitor. There is no other way to put it. I know there are some good ones in there somewhere. Steve King of Iowa is one, a man who stands up for what he believes and walks out on the SOTU before he had to listen to any of the obvious garbage Barack Obama might spew. I know that in civilized politics, that is not an acceptable reaction, but he did it, probably because the concept of "civilized politics" in this day and age is ludicrous.

I met Steve King many years ago, back during the run up to the passage of Obamacare, when most Constitutionalists recognized that it was being subverted to pass such an abomination. King was the only representative in the House to take the time to talk to us and encourage our resistance to the law. Others glad-handed us and placated us and a few Democrats tried to have us thrown out of the building.

So, I am torn a little on Steve King, but the rest are traitors. Men of honor would not remain in office while the wholesale destruction of our nation has taken place. It is more than just the obvious violations of the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th and 10th Amendments, it is the refusal to enforce federal law, the borders, and defend the nation from all enemies foreign and domestic. It is also the importation of refugees and placing them in states without consent of the governor of that state, an act which violates federal law. Texas and Alabama have filed lawsuits against the practice.

In simpler terms, Barack Obama has pursued policies dangerous to the people of the nation. He has cooperated with the enemy and now has turned a blind-eye to citizens of this nation, who have been killed and raped by these "refugees" they had no intention of vetting to determine whether they were, or were not a threat to the nation. Obama laughed off the idea of women being a threat only days before the husband and wife team, radicalized and dedicated to the terrorist attack in Bakersfield, launched their scheme.

But, the worst possible treason has been committed by the media. So intent on covering the tracks of their favorite, though wholly dysfunctional, president, they have allowed all sorts of oppression to occur under their watch. I get that they are socialists and Barack Obama has empowered their long-sought dreams. But, that is just politics as far as I am concerned. When it moves past politics to placing the American people in danger, there is a difference. When they help Obama import the same exact type of people who brought down the World Trade Center and pretend that they are all women and children from a distressed nation, it is worse than even media malpractice, it is treasonous.

So, whenever these points are made, racism is always claimed as the cause. Whatever. The media has lost the power for that accusation to mean anything. It is a card that has been overplayed. One might dismiss that accusation with a shrug, when once that would have been the worst defamation I could have received. Now, I just recognize the source and realize that they have no answer to their treason, but to deflect.

Here is the comparison that proves the media's treason. During the 1970's with a Republican president, Richard Nixon, Woodward and Bernstein broke the Watergate scandal. Agents of the president broke into the Democratic National Committee's headquarters in the Watergate hotel to get political information. The media has kept that name alive by labeling every scandal a "gate," including something as trivial as Deflategate in the National Football League.

Nixon was eventually persuaded by Republicans to resign, because they refused to back him up. They refused to circle the wagons to protect one of their own, the way the Democrats circled the wagons to cover up Bill Clinton's allegations of rape. No matter how you turn the Monica Lewinsky business, it was still the most powerful man in the world seducing an intern. That, in the business world, would be classified by the National Organization for Women (NOW) as rape. Because, as they argue, there is no such thing as consensual sex when it occurs between a boss and an employee, much less an intern and certainly much less than the President of the United States. The media blew past that, but then, that was just rape, it wasn't Breaking and Entering. It wasn't political dirty tricks against their guy.

When it was revealed that the Obama Administration was responsible for walking illegally purchased guns to Mexican drug cartels claiming that they were tracking the purchases back to the true buyer, without putting in place a means of tracking the guns past the border, the media covered it up. Who knows how many lives were lost as a result of that policy? It was so bad that ATF agents contacted Mike Vanderboegh and David Codrea, often considered "anti-government," to get the word out about the actions of the FBI. The story didn't really get any traction until Brian Terry, a Border Patrol agent, was killed with one of the guns walked down to Mexico near Rio Rico, AZ.

We all know the names Woodward and Bernstein, but almost no one knows the names Vanderboegh and Codrea. Why is this? Why was no one ever convicted in the Fast and Furious scandal? The only ones punished were those agents who leaked the story to Vanderboegh and Codrea. Eventually, myself and many others contacted enough conservative radio talk show hosts and  Vanderboegh and Codrea chronicled it so successfully that Sharyl Atkisson of CBS took it up and put the national story out there. Not only has she not been celebrated by her colleagues in the media, her computer was hacked by federal agents and she has been harassed and drummed out of her job at CBS.

It took much more courage for Vanderboegh and Codrea to break the Fast and Furious scandal than Woodward and Bernstein. What did W&B have to lose? Their jobs? Their reputations? Vanderboegh and Codrea had no cover whatsoever. They had no lawyers waiting in the wings to protect them. They didn't have the stature of a national journalist working for the Washington Post. They were just bloggers largely defamed by the Southern Poverty Law Center (a reckless terrorist organization itself) and labeled "anti-government."

But how can Vanderboegh and Codrea be "anti-government" when they expose the crimes of the federal government and W&B are hailed as heroes for exactly the same thing?

The media are full of traitors who do not have the integrity to stand up to power when they agree with the offender's politics. No sir. Rape, that's okay, if it's a Democrat. Importing murderers and arming murderous drug cartels, that's all good, if it's a Democrat. Breaking and Entering, well, wrong political party, chump. If Nixon were a Democrat, Watergate would have been a little bit of Chicago politics. No harm, no foul.

And, when moms and dads have to console their daughter who was brutally raped by sexual jihadists imported to this nation by government bureaucrats, that might just spell the end to this idea of waiting for elections to settle accounts. But, they started it.

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