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Pompeo Humiliated as Mika Brzezinski Calls Him “Butt Boy” for Dictator

Way to go girl!

For those who have been living in a hole for awhile, Mike Pompeo, our former “almost worst ever” CIA director and now “really screwed up” Secretary of State, continues to lie and deflect over how MBS ordered a hit on an American based journalist who was a political enemy of Donald Trump.

VT believes Trump didn’t order the hit but had Jared Kushner make a bunch of very very very very very very very very strong hints about how happy Donnie would be if a certain Washington Post correspondent was strangled and chopped to bits.

Of course, immediately thereafter, Kushner went to MBS and told him how to spin it and that Donnie would have his back.

Our assertion:  both are guilty of homicide, conspiracy and obstruction with Kushner and Pompeo as well.

We are asking for an international tribunal and arrest warrants for both.

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26 Replies to “Pompeo Humiliated as Mika Brzezinski Calls Him “Butt Boy” for Dictator

  1. It is strange how people (Mika and others) seem to look back to the Vietnam war as a kind of factory for producing heroes, that separates the chaff from the wheat
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtEfKc2omss
    War as a (necessary) ritual that create virtue in the men (and women) that pass the test. Perhaps one might even say that America has the cult of war as one of its main religions. A sort of deep seated desire for war, often unacknowledged, but ever present.

  2. Nice to see VT back on track after yesterday’s attack.
    Who was it?
    Where did it come from?
    Just let us know and we’ll take it from here.
    Baseball bats for everybody.

  3. The Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Mika knows precisely the gaslighting she is doing. Ziggy hooked her up w/ career & she is part of the weaponized MSM construct. Until people awaken to the scripted stage of hypocrites (which etmology is Greek for ‘actors’) the beatings will continue until the morale or flash point in history manifests. Can’t see it for you only point you to it to see for yourself.

    1. …unless of course, Herr Duff can supply some hidden, reliable intel on why he was just a misunderstood, righteous dude.

  4. Speaking in revolutionary vernacular, the proper term for Pompeo would be Loyalist.
    It’s one thing to be diplomatic, and courteous, and acting as an extended hand, the mediator between brothers and sisters of different countries, and another to be loyal to a foreign power.
    Pompous Piety. It is quite fitting, that a woman called him out.

  5. Brzezinski, in a discussion about Pompeo’s morning interview with ‘Fox & Friends,’ said: “I understand that Donald Trump doesn’t care…But why doesn’t Mike Pompeo care right now? Are the pathetic deflections that we just heard when he appeared on Fox and Friends, is that a patriot speaking, or a wannabe dictator’s butt boy?”

    1. I clicked a button that said “translate”, and all of a sudden the text looked like this
      « Brzezinski, in eine Diskussion über Pompeo morgen interview mit ‘Fox & Friends’ sagte: “ich verstehe, dass Donald Trump nicht interessieren…Aber warum nicht Mike Pompeo Pflege jetzt? Sind die erbärmlich Ausschläge, die wir eben gehört haben, als er erschien auf Fox und Freunde, ist, dass ein patriot zu sprechen, oder ein Möchtegern-Diktator den Hintern junge?” » (Sorry, but I thought that was funny)

  6. Some good hints are here youtu.be/vz7Yksup3x4
    Jouurnalist Whitney Webb has done a thorough job investigating most aspects of the case

  7. Butt boy . . . befitting! An alliterative I’ve not thought about in a while. I say schmeckle sucker, you say butt boy. Talk about people living in holes . . .
    OY VEY!!

  8. You can check out, but you can never leave. The mafia that is. I have thought about JFK a lot over the years. One of the many reasons that JFK and likely his son were murdered was that Joseph Kennedy Snr was an insider in 1929 and made a lot of money from inside information. So when Bobby was Atttroney General, his Catholic Conscience got the better of him and he started prosecuting the very hand that had fed that family, so to speak. THEY kill their own, if the Code is broken. Khassogi was from a Turkish family that was a hangover from the Ottoman Empire and they had profited greatly from the largesse of the Ibn Sauds. In that Honour Killing sort of way, the decision to murder Khassogi, who had turned against the regime, would have come easily to a regime that routinely chops peoples heads off for much lesser “offences”.

    1. John 8:44. “You are of your father the devil, and your will is to do your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, and has nothing to do with the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he lies he speaks according to his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies.”

      Ain’t that the truth? As my mother would say: ‘if the cap fits, wear it’. So look for the party or parties that fit the above description. It would appear that all sides of this argument are telling porkies in that very Pilpulistic way. Modern Positivist Law is not the ‘Balance of Probability’, but rather the Balance of Lies. The world is ruled by the Prince of Lies.

    2. The assassination of JFK has been with me for 55 years, I was 5-years old when it happened. The event was broadcast on TV . . .

      WOW — think of all the advancements these swine made in all the years of bitch slaps. They moved up from the printed pulp fiction, i.e., newspapers, to the telly, the boob tube, the black box of deception.

      GOOD for them! I see they advance in the same manner however, destroying cultures, and technology. Any good that people could actually benefit from technology . . . like NOT dying in bloody wars . . . they continue to corrupt.

    3. Ms. B., we were sent home from school early that day. The nuns were crying, when I got home my mother was crying. I went out to the front yard and raked leaves. At about 300 PM my mother came outside and announced that President Kennedy was dead, I wept. In fact as i write this I have to wipe tears from my eyes. Camelot still lives in my heart.

    4. If lies rule the world, then the Catholic Church sure had a glad hand in the distribution process..
      Interesting that as things become visible with the internet, that religion simultaneously fades.
      Must be the devil.

    5. MOAB, I was in the 7th grade. It was just after lunch and we were all settling in for the next class when one of the janitors came to the door and said the president had been shot.
      I never felt such a cold feeling inside.

    6. He also made a lot of money bootlegging. which in my mind was alright as the government has no business telling us what we can and cannot consume.
      Prohibition was one of the truly great mistakes in American history. Only one of the many, mind you.

    7. @JohnZ — yeah, it was a very interesting era.

      The only reason for “prohibition” was to get those idiots in politics to short out the differences within, and then slice and dice the “investment”

      But, they prohibitioned themselves right out of a government run liquor industry. The church had it right with all the Carrie Nations, but what they didn’t get right — as all Americans typically do — was axe the wrong barrels. They should have gone to D.C. and cracked open a few pork barrels.

      The entire state of Kentucky should be glad Kennedy’s dad was a bootlegger. It didn’t go to the government!

      The good thing they got out of Prohibition? NASCAR and the racetracks! Cars were souped up to outrun the patrol cars. Passing through areas where cops wanted to get the booze, for they selves . . . so they could sell it {rolling eyes}, your car had to move faster. Racetracks were built to test the models, and then they’d go for a nice country drive to pick up their hooch. NASCAR was born, more or less.

  9. Khashoggi wasn’t he trying to bring the former Saudi party, the ones MbS ousted, back to power? I read a whole bunch of articles about the Khashoggi-case last month, and I believe that’s what I reead, though I can’t give the exact reference right now due to the multiplicity of sites consulted.
    Any way, there were also comments that MbS is a relative newbie when it comes to running a country’s policies, and that he is still very much probing what different paths Saudi Arabia now ought to follow with its new leadership and new policies in spe adductus. The conclusion that then appears to surface, is that the tight bond said to exist between J.K. and MbS might very well be something of a political bluff.

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