The No-Shit Bottom Line

From a WRSA commenter:

I keep thinking what happens after Trump. If nothing substantial and foundational occurs before he leaves office or is deposed. All arguments aside as to what Trump and MAGA can or can not accomplish, if the motherfuckers we all despise are left to pick up where obama left off, to me this above, is the prime directive.

Think about it. Trump AD, if the “swamp” isn’t drained, is going to be payback time for all us deplorables who voted Trump in. Bank on it.

It’s what we got to be planning for. Whether Ol’ Trump does good or not, it is a pretty sure bet the color revolution of 11-8 will never be permitted to happen again, and you know the entire uniparty will be burning the midnight oil to assure no more Trumps.

Remember who we are talking about here. A class of debauchery. Where even pedophilia and child snuff films is a right of passage into the elitist class. You think going after us deplorables will not happen? These will be the same who murdered LeVoy Finnicum, who make up laws out of their ass to suit whatever circumstances require.

I’m not saying anything new here, we all know what these motherfuckers are and are capable of. They will be thinking of rooting anyone who will defy them out.

At best we get 7.5 more years. They will probably JFK or depose Trump before then at the rate things are going. It don’t look good in that department. But Trump is a pretty interesting guy, he is not a quitter or a loser, and has a big set of balls. It’s the potential after Trump for Amerika stage II that we got to be getting ready for. Short of hanging everyone of the motherfuckers, how are they got rid of?

And if the Normies don’t pull the suppository pacifiers out of their arses and wake up, it’s gonna be real sporty for us dirt people.

32 responses to “The No-Shit Bottom Line

  1. Waiting is not in anyone’s interest except the scum political class. Trump is unhelpful in that he convinced a bunch of people to inhabit the sidelines for 8 years.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      Actually, the Right (well, some of it) only started fighting back physically since it became pretty clear that Trump was going to the be the nominee. He’s also done a pretty good job of getting a lot of Leftists-in-the-Right’s-midst to expose themselves.

      Granted, he’s still far more Joe Bauers than he is any sort of messiah.

  2. Let us not confuse having a ‘big set of balls’ or being an ‘outsider’ as a proponent of liberty.

  3. a follower

    “Hope is neither a plan nor a tactic.”
    Hope is a directive.

    • Hope is a chimera.

      Faith is a directive, per Stockdale:

      “You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end – which you can never afford to lose – with the discipline to confront the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever they might be.”

      • a follower

        Of course i disagree. i guess it would depend on where you are placing your hope and faith.
        Putting your hope into men would be a chimera.
        CA. You asked me about my plan, my plan also includes one day at a time along with a huge helping of Yahuah willing.

      • a follower

        Had to google Stockdale, Now i also am a Navy vet.
        So consider who you are quoting, another man of the war machine, perpetual war is the game plan of whom? Many of us have seen the circus the Theater etc. How reliable is a source such as one who also has been blinded by the world?

      • a follower

        Now check this out, if any of you have not heard of Eckhart Tolle , he is worth looking into. i suggest beware of.
        Popular spiritual guru Eckhart Tolle has also discussed Stockdale’s time as a prisoner of war, noting that during his imprisonment the vice admiral had concealed a small book of the teachings of the stoicist Epictetus that he said allowed him to survive his torture and confinement in Hanoi.[20]

    • Randolph Scott

      Hope is positive expectations.

  4. If your plan is to sit on your pile of dirt in the sticks then your plan is to die.

    They will burn down the forest and piss on your ashes.

    But cities burn too. Especially ones with no power or water.

    • This. Like it or not, there was a lesson imparted by Christopher Dorner about exactly how few motivated individuals it takes to paralyze any given city…… The moral high ground and the optics of the situation requires We the People to allow the collectivists and their tyrant overlords to fire the first shot though. It’s interesting watching “our” politicians lobbying, immediately, for more gun control when it’s them taking fire…. The left would slaughter us wholesale if they could get away with it and even those on the right want us to believe we can defuse the situation by dis-arming… Yeah, NO. Trump was nothing more than a giant fuck you to the political class and a stopgap who bought us a little more time. Eyes and ears open, mouths shut, stay informed, vigilant and prepared. Unfortunate truth is we ain’t voting our way outta this goatfuck.

      • wendystringer48088

        “The left would slaughter us wholesale if they could get away with it and even those on the right want us to believe we can defuse the situation by dis-arming” …”Trump was nothing more than a giant fuck you to the political class and a stopgap who bought us a little more time.”

        Time that hopefully will be put to good use by at least the people who take these things seriously, as the time post-Trump (in 3.5 or 7.5 years, depending on the results of the 2020 election) when the other side is back in power it will be payback time on us deplorables and they will be able to more fully act out their plans and programs with state backing or at least state non-interference.

        Today is a good day to get one day better and one day more prepared. Logging off myself after posting this to get to it to see how much I can get done today…

    • Mark Matis


  5. All Trump bought us is more time, to better prepare. How are you managing that gift?


    • Grenadier1

      Keep sharpening your hatchet

    • wendystringer48088

      “All Trump bought us is more time, to better prepare. How are you managing that gift?”
      ^^^ Word.
      Assuming you don’t fall off a ladder or get in a car crash or have a heart attack or something else that suddenly negatively affects you, every day of relative peace where you are healthy and have mobility and the electricity works and you can buy stuff normally is a day to put to good use training or prepping or spending quality time with your loved ones and close friends.

  6. Hope is where failure hides.

  7. Short of hanging everyone of the motherfuckers, how are they got rid of?

    Don’t sh*t in the punchbowl: hanging every one of the motherfuckers is a feature, not a bug, and a consummation devoutly to be wished.
    If someone gets itchy and burns, suffocates, stabs, shoots, drowns, or runs over a few hundreds here and there, I’m all for being inclusive.

  8. Just remember, “they” are reading these comments too.

    • Northgunner

      Good let them!

      If they catch an introspective clue and get a rare ray of common sense shining upon them regarding their parasitic ways and what it means to their health and longevity if they continue to control and compress us dirt people further and they have an awakening and back off…good on them.

      If they don’t and continue in their ways with open contempt and open violence, bad on them…they’ve made their choice and marked out their own fate…Worms gotta eat, same as coyotes!

      They can FOAD regardless….

      Yours in Daily Armed Liberty via anarchy!
      Northgunner III

    • Jimmy the Saint

      True, but a lot of them are laughing and underestimating, just as many on Team Liberty do.

    • Good.
      That removes the “But we had no idea…!” defense from the table when they’re being sized up for the nooses.

      We had a civil war once. Afterwards, there was a mostly genuine attempt to get over it, nationally, because both sides were sick of it.

      That sort of sensibility is long gone from American cultural mores.
      Thus the second one – when, and not if, it breaks out – will be followed up with hunting the losing side down to extermination, to the last child and house pet.
      Think Carthage after the Third Punic War, but not as rosy and merciful.
      And if anything, I may be understating things by an order of magnitude or three.

  9. Marlo Stanfield

    Damn! I had to look up BFYTW. Too much time in the sticks.

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  10. Which is why you identify your targets for execution now.

    • Grey Ghost

      Which is why you should be thinking local, local, local …. at first. The rest of the list soon after.

      Grey Ghost

  11. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  12. This below is signaling future intent, it was on Huffington Post till they expunged it.
    It’s on GoogleCashe right now, check it out before they memory hole it on Monday. (pasted verbatim if its already disappeared)

    Jason Fuller, Contributor
    Working to bring about the best in America, both on-line and off.

    ‘Impeachment Is No Longer Enough; Donald Trump Must Face Justice’
    06/11/2017 10:39 pm ET

    “Impeachment and removal from office are only the first steps; for America to be redeemed, Donald Trump must be prosecuted for treason and — if convicted in a court of law — executed.
    Donald Trump has been President of the United States for just shy of six months now. I think that most of us among the electorate knew that his presidency would be a relative disaster, but I am not sure how many among us expected the catastrophe our nation now faces.
    The sad thing is that I don’t even have to run through a laundry list of his wrongdoings and cite a litany of sources. Any quick Internet search or flip of the TV to a credible news source will run down the most recent scandal before the next commercial break. In just these short few months, Donald Trump has managed to gut environmental protections; sign two executive orders attempting to implement a travel ban on Muslim-majority countries; fire the former head of the FBI specifically for investigating the Trump campaign ties to Russia; isolate the United States from much of the rest of the world; and submit a budget which would eviscerate social programs designed to help the worst off among us. And these are just the things I can think of off the top of my head, without even conducting a search.
    There is very little doubt left that Trump and his team colluded with members of the Russian government to try and rig the election in his favor, even if the Russians did not outright hack the voting process itself; while we may not yet have 100% incontrovertible proof of their collusion, the administration’s attempts to hide previous contacts with the Russians, their willingness to blatantly lie about their communications, and the contents of Trump’s meetings with former FBI director Comey are all incriminating on their own. And Trump’s decision to fire Comey specifically to hamper that investigation is obstruction of justice, no matter what spin he or anyone else puts upon it.
    And the interference of the Russian government to circumvent our democratic procedures for electing the President of the United States is an act of war. There is no other way to characterize it; this was an all-out attack by the government of Russia on our democratic process, the very foundation of our country. This elevates Trump’s simple obstruction of justice to high treason under the Constitution.
    We can also argue that Trump’s continued insistence on a travel ban — he’s not even disguising his intent anymore, based on his recent tweets — serves the purpose of assisting ISIS, which is arguably the nation’s biggest enemy right now. Trump’s campaign rhetoric and subsequent travel ban orders against the Muslim population serve as a valuable recruitment tool for the Islamic State by giving them credibility. ISIS’ whole narrative is that Western powers seek to destroy Islam; Trump’s willingness to wage what amounts to a constitutional jihad against all of Islam makes their entire case for them:
    “It can play into their propaganda, to make it clear for anyone who could be in doubt, that it’s a war on Islam and all Muslims,” Abdullah told CNN over a messaging service. The names of the now-defected foreign fighters in this story have been changed to protect their identities.
    Another former jihadi said the wedge being driven between Muslims living in the West and their governments is exactly what ISIS wants.
    “[Trump’s] helped ISIS a lot, he’s basically being a tool for them in a way,” Abu Obaida, a British former Jabhat al-Nusra fighter in Syria, told CNN via direct message. “On social media right now there’s a lot of people quoting Anwar al-Awlaki (the late spokesperson for al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula) and his last speech when he said that America will turn on the Muslims.”
    That Trump fails to recognize how much he is assisting ISIS with his rhetoric — or simply does not care — is a subject for debate, but it is a fact which he cannot dispute. By choosing to ignore this fact, he is aiding the greatest foreign adversary in the modern world and therefore committing another act of treason.
    This same argument also applies to top-ranking White House and Republican aides, including — but likely not limited to — Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, and Vice President Pence. While they may not be participating quite as directly as Trump himself, the fact that they support his agenda and are helping to protect him means that they are accessories and are thus also committing acts of treason. All must face justice.
    Much has been made of the possibility of impeaching Trump, but this will not happen as long as Republicans maintain control of Congress. However, Trump’s impeachment and removal from office are no longer enough. The administration’s crimes against this nation fall under Article 3, Section 3 of the Constitution, which outlines the offense of treason:
    Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.
    Trump’s firing of James Comey to impede the investigation into an act of war against our nation, and his assistance to ISIS in the form of providing them with propaganda for recruitment, both provide “Aid and Comfort” to enemies of the United States. It would be difficult to find a more grave offense among those Trump and his team have already committed against this nation and its people. But all involved must face justice.
    And that’s why the impeachment and removal of Donald Trump from the Oval Office are merely the first steps in what must be a long-term policy to redeem the United States in the eyes of the world. They are certainly important steps in restoring the credibility of our government, our standing in the eyes of the world, and our very democracy. But they must not be the only steps, lest we still be left with Mike Pence as the acting president after Trump’s removal. No, to quote our new fuhrer, we must “drain the swamp.”
    Draining the swamp means not only ejecting Trump from the presidency, but also bringing himself and everyone assisting in his agenda up on charges of treason. They must be convicted (there is little room to doubt their guilt). And then — upon receiving guilty verdicts — they must all be executed under the law. Anything less than capital punishment — or at least life imprisonment without parole in a maximum security detention facility — would send yet another message to the world that America has lost its moral compass. In order for America’s morality and leadership to be restored, it must rebuke Donald Trump, his entire administration, and his legislative agenda in the strongest manner possible. And nothing would do more than to convict them of the highest offense defined by our Constitution, and then to deliver the ultimate punishment. Donald Trump deserves nothing less. Mitch McConnell, Steve Bannon, and Paul Ryan should also share Donald Trump’s fate, for they have done more than practically anyone to protect him and to throw our country under the proverbial bus. In order to survive, we as a nation must deliver the ultimate punishment under the law to all involved in its current destruction.”

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  13. Demographics are destiny. The author forgets that. All the administrative state has to do is wait. Most of the preppers, III’s, oathkeepers, will be in the ground twenty years from now if not sooner.

    “Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever.”
    — Vladimir Lenin

    Another words, the battle is already lost.

  14. Preemptive Self Defense