The long-anticipated release of "The Durham Report" confirms a lot of the corruption already known, a major portion demonstrating a very politicized FBI and other departments faithful to one political party known as Democrats. The media helped spread Big Brother's nonsense, of course, because birds of a feather fly -- well, you know the rest..
Those who "get away" from justice aren't just illegal border jumpers. Sometimes they are citizens.
While reading through a good deal of the document, our two-tiered justice system, denied by many but observed by those affected by its tools, became very evident. Why, for example, isn't Hillary Clinton producing license plates in some federal prison, having used an open server whose contents could be accessed by any enemy of the United States? Clinton destroyed evidence, allegedly in an attempt to cover her tracks and everybody knows it, especially the former FBI head who basically gave her a clean slate on national TV. Yet. . .
Yet, let's return to a familiar name, that of Air Force airman Jack Teixeira. Airman Jack, 21 years of age, is currently the pin-up spy boy of the week for allegedly sharing classified material among contacts on social media, probably for bragging rights akin to his age. Dumb idea? You bet.
Unfortunately, however, Teixeira isn't Hillary Clinton, nor is he a member of that special recognized, yet elusive membership of folks who assembled, apparently with Clinton's blessing, a 100 percent fabricated story of Donald Trump and a Russian connection -- who themselves will never see a single day of prison time.
Teixeira will plead his case of probable youthful stupidity with the assistance of an attorney, impoverishment and perhaps even family bankruptcy.
So I look at this young man, still a kid in terms of thought maturity, and then I think of all the information coming out about the Biden family in an ongoing congressional investigation. Oh no, you're not reading this in the New York Times, the Washington Post or anywhere among a wealth of other Democrat-complicit media barkers -- and these New Journo reporters are not about to forfeit their Pulitzers, even though their Russia collusion reporting turned out to be utter bullshit.
Anyway, as financial records emerge and the picture becomes clear, this family appears to be one hell of a corrupt bunch -- and Daddy, who can hardly get a damned thought straight, remains the President?
But long after Airman Jack receives somebody's idea of justice and punishment, AS AN EXAMPLE SIMPLY MUST BE MADE, the Biden folk will be just fine, and everybody else of certain means who consistently and currently sell this country out on a daily basis, national security be damned, will prosper and engineer self-reputations of superior essence.
Airman Jack's lot, however, has now fallen under even worse luck. Already, national TV "news" shows cackle and swoon with the knowledge that white-boy Teixeira has reportedly made racial slurs and seems to have an "unhealthy" interest in firearms. I suppose this means that black people never utter racial slurs, and probably have no interest in guns whatsoever, but then this isn't about black people: This is about stirring the paint and not stopping until Airman Jack goes to trial as a "white supremacist," likely fictionalized by slick party hacks as a monster on the verge of murdering dozens.
I personally am not a white supremacist, but I am white, so I guess I qualify for club membership on that basis alone.
Maybe the ultimate hell of Airman Jack's situation is the profoundly noted fact that he exists in a military commanded by the progressive insanity of its commander, an entity pushing obligations of fighting wars aside for classes in diversity and Code of Conduct annotations, insisting under penalty of punishment that military members accept men as women, women as men and a policy of everything gender in its place and a place for every gender. Which used to total two genders until basic training went to Crazytown.
Take that, Airman Jack. We suspect you will end up as screwed as screwed can be. It's just so tragic that you likely have neither the means nor money to avoid the punishment that others escape as a matter of routine. You, Airman Jack, are no Hillary Clinton.
Goodbye, Jim: Jim Brown, football career aside, made a lot of movies, and with his death they will probably turn up all over again. If you ever look up an obscure motion picture entitled, The Grasshopper, there's a brief but notable scene where we see him bounding across a golf course to pound the snot out of a man who beat Brown's character's wife. Of course, I saw the film on a large theater screen when first released, so the impact may have been enhanced.