Friday, December 15, 2017

My homeless vodka addict prophet girlfriend in jail told me yesterday that maybe Roy Moy Moore should move to Utah and become a Mormon and have all the young girls he wants; meanwhile, there is a lot of fakery in America, and maybe the greatest fake of all became president, although Hillary might take exception

A Birmingham, Alabama childhood friend, who calls himself a moderate Republican and voted for Hillary Clinton last year, emailed yesterday:

The number of votes that Moore got is frightening; hard to believe that many people in our great state no longer have a functioning brain.  Assume you are aware that the yards of Zip Code 35209, 35222, 35213 and 35223 were covered up with Doug Jones signs.  Would likely have considered seceding Over the Mountain area from the state had Moore won.  The Gen

I replied:

No, was not aware of that.

Dang, if those rich white Birmingham suburbs actually went for Doug Jones, then that's on par with Moses parting the Red Sea.

I just came from visiting my vodka addict homeless girlfriend in the county jail, she's in for trespass, sitting on the front covered steps of a local business during a day of driving rain in Key West last week. She is not a church person, but was raised by Methodists, I think. She has prophet dreams and visions. According to Roy Moore and his Christian ilk, after she dies she will burn in hell forever. When I told her that Roy Moore had been narrowly defeated, she smiled, said, maybe Moore should move to Utah and be a Mormon, so he can have all the young girls he wants. She's had her trials with sex predators.
A Marathon, Florida Keys friend emailed yesterday:

Hi Sloan,
To think that almost half the voters in Alabama voted for this idiot sexual predator ! Ignorance is bliss for those that voted for Roy Moore ! And really sad. Thank God 20,000 more Alabamians voted for Doug Jones.
Merry Christmas, Sloan.

I replied:

Also, close to 23,,000 write-in votes, I imagine by Republicans, perhaps egged on by Alabama's senior US Senator Richard Shelby, a Republican. Or, Moore might have won by getting those Republican votes.

I'm used to Alabama politics, frightening as it is. George Wallace and his then Democrat legions, who later became Republicans, got me used to it.

Larry wrote back:

Merry Christmas Sloan,
I agree with you ! Sad 48% of Alabamians voted for that stinkin' liar , Roy Moore !!!
We have a pathetic group in this Country who support evil people like Trump and Moore, etc, etc.. !!!!!!!!!!!

I replied:

Yeah, it's a mess. Lots of other places like Alabama in America.

Merry Christmas to you, too, Larry.
A lifelong Republican, born-again Christian Key West friend, who cannot stand Roy Moore or Donald Trump, emailed yesterday:

Well we know that how does not like middle age men who hit on teenagers
Did you read in Citizen that today is the anniversary of when Al was admitted to the Union?? 

I replied:

Did not see that in the Citizen.

My problem with Moore is much older and deeper than the sex allegations, which should have caused him to end his campaign and appear to be why he lost, based on the large write-in numbers, nearly 23,000, which I doubt were Democrats, but were disgruntled Republicans like Alabama's Republican other US Senator Richard Shelby; and 98 percent of black women voters voted for Jones; and double the percentage of white women had who voted for Hillary Clinton voted for Jones.

My much older and deeper problem with Moore is his religious fundamentalism, which should have told him on election night, after he knew he had lost, that God had spoken against him, which is not, apparently, something Moore can imagine ever happening to him.
From a fake news publication:

Roy Moore Still Won’t Concede Defeat: ‘The Battle Rages On’

 Dominique Mosbergen,HuffPost 
December 14, 2017
Up yonder in Warshington:

FBI agent removed from Russia probe called Trump an ‘idiot’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two FBI officials who would later be assigned to the special counsel’s investigation into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign described him with insults like “idiot” and “loathsome human” in a series of text messages last year, according to copies of the messages released Tuesday.
One of the officials said in an election night text that the prospect of a Trump victory was “terrifying.”
Peter Strzok, a veteran FBI counterintelligence agent, was removed over the summer from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team following the discovery of text messages exchanged with Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer who was also detailed this year to the group of agents and prosecutors investigating potential coordination between Russia and Trump’s Republican campaign.
Hundreds of the messages, which surfaced in a Justice Department inspector general investigation of the FBI’s inquiry into Democrat Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, were being provided to congressional committees and were reviewed by The Associated Press on Tuesday night.
The existence of the text messages, disclosed in news reports earlier this month, provided a line of attack for Trump, who used the revelation to disparage FBI leadership as politically tainted. Republicans have also seized on the exchange of texts between two officials who worked for Mueller to suggest that the team is biased against Trump and its conclusions can’t be trusted.
The issue is likely to be a focus of a congressional hearing Wednesday involving Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller as special counsel in May and oversees his team’s work.
A spokesman for Mueller has said Strzok was removed from the Mueller team as soon as the allegations were brought to the office’s attention, and that Page had already concluded her detail by that time anyway and returned to the FBI. Strzok has been reassigned within the FBI.
Working telephone numbers for Strzok and Page could not immediately be found.
Strzok had been deeply involved in the Clinton inquiry and was in the room when she was interviewed by the FBI. He later helped investigate whether the Trump campaign worked with Russia to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
The texts seen by the AP began in the summer of 2015, soon after the FBI launched its email server investigation, and continued over the next year and a half as the presidential race was in full swing and as Trump and Clinton were looking to defeat their primary challengers and head toward the general election.
The messages — 375 were released Tuesday evening — cover a broad range of political topics and include an exchange of news articles about the race, often alongside their own commentaries.
There are some derogatory comments about Democratic officials, including presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and former Attorney General Eric Holder, but some of the harshest comments are reserved for Trump.
In a March 4, 2016, back-and-forth provided to Congress, Page refers to Trump as a “loathsome human” and Strzok responds, “Yet he may win.” After Strzok asks whether she thinks Trump would be a worse president than fellow Republican Ted Cruz, Page says, “Yes, I think so.”
The two then use words like “idiot” and “awful” to characterize Trump, with Strzok saying, “America will get what the voting public deserves.”
In another exchange, on Oct. 18, 2016, Strzok writes to Page and says: “I am riled up. Trump is an (expletive) idiot, is unable to provide a coherent answer. I CAN’T PULL AWAY. WHAT THE (expletive) HAPPENED TO OUR COUNTRY??!?!”
Weeks later, on election day, as it seemed to become clearer that Trump could defeat Clinton, he says, “OMG THIS IS (expletive) TERRIFYING: A victory by Mr. Trump remains possible…”
Page replies, “Yeah, that’s not good.”
In August 2016, Strzok responded to a New York Times story that carried the headline of “Donald Trump is Making America Meaner” by saying, “I am worried about what Trump is encouraging in our behavior.”
But he also adds, “I’m worried about what happens if HRC is elected,” using the initials for Hillary Rodham Clinton.
My thoughts:

I agree in theory that people biased against someone being criminally investigated should not participate in the investigation and Special Counsel Mueller was correct in dispatching FBI counterintelligence agent Strzok pronto.

However, I think anyone involved in protecting Americans and American interests probably forms a personal opinion about controversial national political figures, and
 I cannot blow off what two dedicated career FBI agents, sworn to protect Americans and American interests, actually dared to think about Donald Trump, and further actually dared to correspond about it.

Last today ...
The day before yesterday, an upper Florida Keys man I know  from telephone, email and Facebook conversations, some extensive, went on a tear on my Facebook page, as if I had murdered his entire family and all of their pets.

He threw one video link after another at me. Videos an hour and a half long, demanding I watch them and comment on them, like I sometimes do with theater movies I watch. 

He kept accusing me of all manner of journalistic cowardice and fake news reporting

I kept telling him that whatever was bugging him, it was not about me. I kept asking him what really was bugging him? 

Finally, he said it was my banging Donald Trump, and my ignoring that the root of today's problems in America was 911, and why didn't I go after that? 

I said I had published maybe 100 times about 911. He said he did not know that. I said that wasn't my fault.

I think 911 is not the root of what is going on today in America. 

I think 911 was simply a wake up call from one of the root's, which was the 1st President Bush's diplomat telling Saddam Hussein that America had no position in Iraq taking part of Kuwait, and when Hussein then sent in his army to do that, the 1st President Bush initiated an international coalition to remove Saddam's army from Kuwait. That enraged Islam. Especially, it enraged the Saudi Arabian prince, Osama bin Laden, when Saudi Arabia let infidel military forces be stationed in Saudi Arabia, in which are two of Islam's most sacred sites: Mecca and Medina.

I myself watched the 1st President Bush tell his fellow Americans on national television that he could not let the American way of life be threatened. Meaning, he could not allow Saddam Hussein to have Kuwait's oil - even though Saddam had been selling America a great deal of Iraq's oil - even though for quite a while Saddam had been an American ally against Iran.

I think that's the root of 911, which I am convinced was partially an inside job, the full details of which may never be told to the American public. 

I admired Donald Trump for saying in 2016, that America's war in Iraq was invented, there were no weapons of mass destruction. Yet, after he was sworn in, the same Donald Trump did not end America's involvement in that fake war, nor in America's earlier fake war in Afghanistan. 

There is a lot of fakery in America, and maybe the greatest fake of all became president, although Hillary might take exception.

Meanwhile, I'm worried that the fellow who kept hammering me on Facebook is fast headed into a mental breakdown from which he might never recover, because he seems incapable of looking in the mirror for the source of his many troubles. In that way, he seems to me to be like Roy Moore and his followers, Donald Trump and his followers, Hillary Clinton and her followers, and America.


  1. If there's a positive in all of this it's that Nick Saban came in third and didn't even run



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  3. Actually, I have no problem targeting Democrats. Equal protection, etc. For example, looks to me Hillary and Trump both should be locked up, in adjoining cells.