Monday, December 09, 2019

Deep State? Bruh, Please!

There is no deep state.
It won't stop the far-white making the claims of the government going against Donald J. Trump.

The Inspector General of the U.S. Justice Department has concluded that the FBI didn't have any partisan influence when they were investigating Trump's presidential campaign.

The FBI mishandled parts of its application to monitor Carter Page, the controversial aide of Trump.

Page was considered a primary target in the probe into Russian influence of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. The probe was lawful and roundly justified.

The 434 page report covered by Inspector General Michael Horowitz dismisses all the far-white, Q'anon and Sean "Softball" Hannity talking points about the "DEEP STATE."

The U.S. Justice Department has said that millions of documents and 100s of witnesses testified that no wrongdoing happened during the investigation.

Political bias did not taint the investigation into Trump's campaign. That includes the actions of James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. Each of these individuals were targets of Trump and Softball Hannity's vicious attacks.

There was one issue that the far-white will exploit.

A low-level FBI lawyer leaked information to Rudy Giuliani during the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. But you won't hear that in the discussions.

William Barr and John Durham both disagreed with the conclusion and vow to get to the real truth.

Trump called the report, "far worse than anything I would have even imagined."

"This was an overthrow of government. This was an attempted overthrow and a lot of PEOPLE were in on it, and they got caught. They got caught red-handed."

Just in case you've haven't caught up on the Trump impeachment inquiry. On Tuesday, the Democrats are going to draft Articles of Impeachment and they will hold a floor vote in the coming week.



Nick Cannon's Answer Is An Invitation!

Nick Cannon answers to Eminem
The host of The Masked Singer hits the studio. He does the very mistakes that got Machine Gun Kelly, Ja Rule, Benzino and others defeated in a rap war against Eminem. The rap feud between Nick Cannon and Eminem has gotten worse if you happened to listen to the response the media mogul had for the rap god.

This feud was over like nearly 10 years ago. It started when his ex-wife, pop singer Mariah Carey dissed Eminem on a song. Em returned fire with "Bombs over Baghdad." Nick Cannon responded with a not so subtle remark about Em's skills as an emcee. The Rap God returned fire with "The Warning" and aimed at both. The feud lasted for a few years and it ended quietly. Nick and Mariah splitted and the media mogul went on to remarry and have another child.

Nick Cannon went on to host Wild 'N Out, America's Got Talent, All That, Nick Cannon's Morning Show and now The Masked Singer.

In an interview with DJ Vlad, Cannon rehashed the outsider remarks. He called Eminem, "Elvis on Crack." He said that Em doesn't bump in the hood. That restarted the feud.

So Eminem hopped on Fat Joe and Dre's single, "Lord Above" and laced it. He warned Nick Cannon that he doesn't want that smoke.
Eminem will respond back to the Nick Cannon diss.
The response helped Fat Joe push a number one spot on Billboard. Cannon decided to respond with two decries.Cannon wants Em on Wild 'N Out and he recorded a diss aimed at Em, his ex-wife Kim Mathers and his children.

He recorded "The Invitation" and managed to get a washed up media mogul on to record a diss.

You know that Big Suge isn't going to see the light of day, Nick! It's almost irrelevant for him to get the former CEO of Death Row Records on the line. He's already embarrassing himself.

First and foremost, if you haven't heard Em in the past mention saying that any attacks on his children will be the trigger of his rapid fire, then I guess Nick wasn't listening.

Is Nick Cannon's diss to Eminem good or trash? (Expect trolls picking the dumbest answers or responses).

The single is fire. I'm feeling this track. Nick Cannon goes hard on Eminem with this single.
Nah, this is trash. Nick Cannon should not go into a battle with Eminem if he can't come with the lyrics.
Other
Please Specify:

Here's the lyrics.

[Intro: Suge Knight]
-number will be monitored and recorded
Check this out, uh, Eminem, whatever your name is, right
You know, I don't never do no talkin', but Nick is family
This is your invitation (Hitmaka, th-there he go)
To prove to everybody else what you're about (Go Grizz)
Winner takes all (Now it's on)
Eminem's a bitch

[Chorus]
Hundreds everywhere now it's money on the bed
I can say I love it, but it's hard to understand
I just want the real, baby, you can have my last
You know, if you go out, baby, ain't no comin' back

[Verse 1: Nick Cannon]
Ain't no comin' back, that's a fact, this the invitation
Told Joe to lean back, don't get hit with this retaliation
I fuck with Crack, but the white boy he fuck with crack (Crack)
Pills and smack, shit, and he 'bout to relapse
Call Kim, somebody get Hailie
And that other kid you raisin', that ain't even your baby (Daddy)

Took a page out of Drake book, this might get a Grammy
We goin' back to back 'til you respond on the family
My baby mama killed you off a decade ago
You're still cryin' about it, bitch, now who really the ho?
I called Joe to set you up and you fell for the job
Slim won't show for the video, 'cause he terrified of my squad
I heard your chauffeur got a video of you suckin' a cock
You paid him off, then laid him off, now who really the opp?
Suge called me the new 'Pac, I ain't no killer but don't push me
How the fuck y'all got me battlin' Elvis Pussly? Nigga

[Chorus: Hitman Holla]
Hundreds everywhere now it's money on the bed
I can say I love it, but it's hard to understand (Yeah)
I just want the real, baby, you can have my last (Incredible game)
You know, if you go out, baby, ain't no comin' back

[Verse 2: Hitman Holla]
This gotta be karma 'cause he's shit out of luck
Eminem the perfect name, 'cause this nigga a nut
You used to beef with Nickelodeon Nick
He call Hit, and I come with the mop and get on my custodian shit
Like bada-boom, dotted beam, llama sing
Got spazz, put Eminem in the bag, it's Halloween
This ain't an 8 Mile battle, man, I'll do you awful
My competition in the target, I think it's Marshall
Holla

[Chorus: Charlie Clips]
Hundreds everywhere now it's money on the bed
I can say I love it, but it's hard to understand (Facts)
I just want the real, baby, you can have my last (Incredible, I got it)
You know, if you go out, baby, ain't no comin' back

[Verse 3: Charlie Clips & Nick Cannon]
Come on Nick, that's Marshall, you don't need help
Nigga, you a rider? No safety, fuck a seatbelt
What? Is he out of his mind? I got a Glock
And don't Eminem belong on the side of a .9? That's crazy
Man, you act like Nick hurtin' your dreams
You an M&M, how you mad a star burst on the scene? (Haha, you get that?)
Let me find out you still in that trailer park, this how we do
Run up and shoot the trailer, this the preview
Clips

[Chorus: Prince Eazy]
Hundreds everywhere now it's money on the bed
I can say I love it, but it's hard to understand
I just want the real, baby, you can have my last (I am)
You know, if you go out, baby, ain't no comin' back (Eazy)

[Verse 4: Prince Eazy]
He ain't really for the culture
Fucked his baby mama in a choker (Choker)
Picked her up like a chauffeur (Skrrt)
On that Twitter wall like a poster (Ugh)
On fonem she'll get cracked like cocaine mixed with soda
When I take her soul, if the bitch die, I'ma still eat her, I'm a vulture
Why Mariah name in your mouth?
You forty-seven chasin' clout
"Obsessed" came out in '08 and you just puttin' some out? (Damn)
'Cause Marshall think he a ape, but a white boy with a backpack
I do this shit for my real niggas, not the white boys tryna act black, on God
Eazy

[Chorus]
Hundreds everywhere now it's money on the bed
I can say I love it, but it's hard to understand
I just want the real, baby, you can have my last
You know, if you go out, baby, ain't no comin' back

[Outro: Suge Knight]
It-it-it's time to sick that ol' buster ass, motherfucker
But the shit you gotta realize you run that shit out there, man
And at the end of the day, you got every person in the industry and every person in the streets
Shit, where he gon' go? He just the new Vanilla Ice
'Cause it's a matter of time before he hangin', right?
Eminem's a bitch for bringin' bullshit up that's not true
Say some shit and then when shit get a little hot, everybody wanna fall back
Or they wanna run around with all these police
You know, that ain't part-you're gonna be a rapper
Any time you're a rapper, you shouldn't have a whole bunch of police badges around you
Any time you be a rapper, you're supposed to be able to meet up with motherfuckers and handle your business
But all we gotta do, is get that motherfucker in the ring with you and you're gonna beat the dogshit out of him
That motherfuckin' simple
Nick Cannon is a force in it-itself
And if you have proper time for conversation, y'all got the same energy for doin' stuff for the people
He not scared to do stuff for the people
So if this dude want a real target on his back, that's on him
But don't talk no shit and go and hide
And you know what you call a man who ain't gon' stand up and fight? He's a bitch
We should tell the motherfuckers in Detroit he got twenty-four hours to respond or they need kick his ass out that mothafuckin' city
Hahahahaha, haha
You have sixty seconds remaining


Okay, first things first, the song didn't match the rapid fire delivery Em had for Nick.

Nick Cannon had features and lyrics no one is gonna care about.

I'm sorry, I am not really feeling the single. Even if he had a called Em, "Elvis Pussly" I'm not feeling the attack.

 Cannon adds, a line presumably about Mariah Carey’s song “Obsessed,” which she recorded as a response to Eminem’s claims of a relationship with her.

The Detroit icon's verse on “Lord Above” was ostensibly a response to Cannon's September appearance on rapper T.I.'s podcast "ExpediTIously" where Cannon claimed he almost flew to Detroit to confront Eminem over the 2009 song "The Warning," itself a response to "Obsessed."

"I think we was flying back on a jet from Africa or somewhere and this motherfucker drops a song, like, talking shit. Calling [Mariah] all kinds of bitches and hoes,” Cannon told T.I. "I'm like, this is my wife' … So, I wrote this long-ass letter pretty much saying, 'Look, I respect you as an artist. I'm actually a fan and I think you're one of the best to ever do it. But from man to man, you talking out of pocket to my wife. You gotta be held accountable for that so I need to see you face-to-face.'"

Cannon had already released a non-physical response to Eminem with "I'm A Slick Rick" in 2010, which must have flown under Em's radar.

Jennifer Levin and the History of Blaming The Victim

Jennifer Levin and the History of Victim Blaming
Jennifer Levin, a beautiful, fresh-faced young woman whose life was cut short on the morning of August 26, 1986 by a evil man Robert Chambers.
AMC and Sundance televised a documentary regarding how media, the courts, and the general public destroyed Jennifer Levins' reputation through slut-shaming, ethnic stereotypes, and misogyny.
That documentary restored her reputation and humanity, thanks to the Levin family and her friends who knew her best.
RIP, Ms. Jennifer Levin.  You will always be missed.


Last month, AMC featured a five-part series on the "Preppy Murder" which, before the controversial 1989 Central Park Jogger case, galvanized NYC, especially the Upper East Side community.  Sensational and tabloid junk was cover on Jennifer Levin and the thug who murdered her.  I'll not going to give that guy any attention other than the fact that he's a drug/alcohol abuser and a criminal.  Let's not glamorize him anymore.  He, along with Brock Turner, William Kennedy Smith, 45, and other privileged white/non black men who got away with crime or were leniently sentenced.  He was placed upon the pedestal by the junk food media more than enough while trashing Jennifer Levin's reputation.  It was worse when the suspect's family hired a defense attorney named Litman.  Litman had a reputation of blaming the victim by trashing their reputation and destroying their dignity.


A very stylish Jennifer Levin, from the still photos of AMC's "Preppy Murder

This series sought to restore Jennifer Levin's dignity and to show what NYC was like in the 80s.  The late Ronald Reagan was president.  Extravagance and conspicuous consumption were the norm during that time.  It is that time when the gap between the rich and the rest have widened. NYCs' Upper East Side was the place to be for the young and wealthy offspring of Wall Street Executives, Corporate titans, etc. 

In the morning hours of August 26, 1986, Chambers, then 19, and Levin walked out of Dorrian’s Red Hand, a very popular preppy hangout on the Upper East Side. At 6-foot-5 and 220 pounds, he was nearly twice her weight, and almost a foot taller.


A few hours later, around sunrise, her body was discovered by a cyclist. It was riddled with cuts, bruises and bite marks.  Chambers remained on the scene, but left as police urged the crowd to thin out. He was tracked down quickly thereafter, once authorities interviewed patrons at Dorrian’s. He was charged with second-degree murder.

Within days after Jennifer Levin's death, Robert's attorney, Jack T. Litman, would lay the groundwork for a “blame the victim” defense that was a hallmark of his technique—insisting that, in this instance, Levin had been the aggressor. Chambers, on video, said the young woman’s death was an accident, and that he was defending himself because she injured him during their rough liaison.  He blamed Jennifer for her death.  How disgusting could one be in doing so.  She was a petite woman.  He was robbing and murdering her.

If Levin’s death had, indeed, been an act of self-defense, then it would have been an aberration—the annals of American crime don’t include a lengthy list of sexual assault against men perpetrated by women. And statistics aside, few were inclined to believe Robert Chambers’ story.

Back in the mid-80s, we struggled with such concepts as acquaintance rape and routine assaults. We knew little about violence against women within our own social circles, other than the occasional notion that certain crimes might somehow be the woman’s fault. Especially when the man and woman are of the same background, the public were more inclined to blamed the victim for the assault.  A form of slut-shaming greeted the news that a young woman in a short skirt who stayed out too late in an Upper East Side Manhattan bar and left with a charming monster wound up half-naked and dead under a tree in the city’s most public place called The Central Park.

Blue Light Buzz and I have discussed how Women of Color suffer rape and sexual harassment at the hands of men throughout the centuries.  Earlier this year, I wrote a very important blog post on how Black female victims of serial murders are disregarded by American society. Police, courts, and society in general tend to be dismissive of claims brought by Women of Color.  Poor, working, lower middle class and immigrant White women don't fare well either.  Media tend to take claims of rape and sexual harassment made by upper middle and upper class White Christian women seriously.  Jennifer Levin was Jewish, her accuser is Irish Catholic. 

Litman and the junk food media created the ethnic/religious polarization by enlisting powerful Catholic clergy to his client's cause and by painting Jennifer as being that aggressive, "pushy" Other.  His parents, his mother in particular, have very anti Semitic views and that played in how her family and friends reaction to the murder of Miss Jennifer Levin.  That's disgusting and very anti- Semitic.  It almost divided NYC along class, religious, and ethnic lines.  Much like the O.J. Simpson trial back in the early 1990s divided people along racial lines nationwide.

Thanks to the anti rape movement, the Me Too movement, not to leave out Anita Hill, whose ordeal with sexual harassment has ignited a tidal wave of women to run for political office around the country from the early 1990s to this day.  Women around the nation shared stories of how powerful men sexually harassed and abused them in work settings, social events, on the street, and in public places.  

Pete "Dirty Hands" Hegseth Got A Social Media Ban!

I don't know where his hands been.
Fox troll got banned from Twitter after he wanted drive fear and division on the social media platform. "Dirty Hands" Pete Hegseth is upset he got banned for posting bullshit online.

The Fox and Friends host was banned on Saturday after posting the manifesto of terrorist who massacred three at Naval Station Pensacola in Florida.

Hegseth posted the screenshots Sunday showing his tweet, and said the actions were "Islamist terror."

He posted messages from the mass shooter.






The terrorist killed three people and injured 12 when he opened fire at the military installation. The assault was filmed by cadets who were Saudi nationals. The terrorist was from Saudi Arabia. Some of the individuals were detained by the U.S. military.

The FBI is investigating the incident. The terrorist was killed by the Escambia County boys put the work in him. The terrorist had his social media pages removed. He claimed the actions were in regards to America's treatment of Muslims, the support of Israel and military presence in the world.

Hegseth, a former military officer turned far-white agitator claimed he was banned after he decided to post screenshots of the terrorist's manifesto. He also posted anti-Islamic remarks on his page.

Twitter removed his postings and placed a block on his account. They have not provided a timeline on when he can return to trolling the social media.

The controversial agitator claimed on television he hasn't washed his hands in over 10 years. He claims that germs aren't real/ His mother dismissed him for making comments. He is a stupid sack of shit.

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