This Freak has Nuclear Weapons

January 29, 2017

Twitter has been lighting up all day with this video clip of Steve Bannon, who has now displaced the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, and the Director of National Intelligence, on the National Security Council.  #StopPresidentBannon is trending.

Only Donald Trump’s tissue thin skin, snakelike predatory mind,  and brutish, wounded ego stands between this man and you.

The Hill:

Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice on Sunday blasted President Trump for his order making changes to the National Security Council (NSC).

“This is stone cold crazy. After a week of crazy,” the former Obama administration official tweeted.

“Who needs military advice or intell to make policy on ISIL, Syria, Afghanistan, DPRK?”

The president signed an executive action on Saturday that adds White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon to the NSC and removes the director of national intelligence and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, stating they “shall attend where issues pertaining to their responsibilities and expertise are to be discussed.”
Rice shared a tweet that said: “Trump loves and trusts the military so much he just kicked them out of the National Security Council and put in a Nazi in their place.”
UPDATE: another snip is available. Have not yet found the uncut piece.





47 Responses to “This Freak has Nuclear Weapons”

  1. The Constitution of the United States

    (Passed by Congress July 6, 1965. Ratified February 10, 1967.)

    [Note: Article II, section 1, of the Constitution was affected by the 25th amendment.]

    “Section 1.
    In case of the removal of the President from office or of his death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President.

    “Section 2.
    Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress.

    “Section 4.
    Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.

    Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that no inability exists, he shall resume the powers and duties of his office unless the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive department or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit within four days to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Thereupon Congress shall decide the issue, assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in session. If the Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written declaration, or, if Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after Congress is required to assemble, determines by two-thirds vote of both Houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as Acting President; otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of his office.”

  2. dumboldguy Says:

    One of the biggest things The Pussy Grabber has done to demonstrate his mental incapacity and unfitness for office is his appointment of Bannon as his TOP adviser, and this move to place Bannon on the NSC and remove the DNI and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs is just more proof. Bannon is another narcissistic sicko (with the haircut and don’t-give-a-shit sloppy appearance to back it up).

    Thanks to hyperG for posting pertinent sections of the 25th. Amendment for those who don’t have copies. (FYI, a couple of donations to the ACLU will get you on their list to receive solicitation mailings containing handy pocket-sized Constitutions—-you will get so many that you can supply friends, family , and neighbors with copies, and they alternate between red and blue covers too, for the color-conscious).

    The problem with Section 4) is that “the Vice-President and a majority of the principal officers of the executive departments” means Pence and Trump’s cabinet appointees, so don’t hold your breath waiting for them to act. Don’t hold your breath either waiting for “a two-thirds vote of both Houses that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office”—–a lot of Repugnants would have to turn against him for that to happen.

    HyperG left out Section 3, and that’s too bad, because it may offer the easiest way out for the country. Section 3) states:

    “Whenever the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that he is is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, and until he transmits to them a written declaration to the contrary, such powers and duties shall be discharged by the Vice President as Acting President”.

    So all that has to happen is for Trump to say that he is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office” and Pence takes over—-not that that is a totally good thing, but Pence doesn’t appear to be certifiable (yet). The 25th. doesn’t specify that reasons for “inability to discharge duties” must be given, but Trump could come up with many plausible ones if needed:

    1) “I’m bored”
    2) “Being President interferes with my tweeting”
    3) “So many pussies to grab, so little time”
    4) “I need more time tho think up lies to tell”
    5) “I need to spend more time with my buddy Vladimir. He DID after all, get me elected.

    I’m sure others can contribute many more.

    • Yes I left out Paragraph 3 because I could not see Trump giving power up easily. I also think Ryan might not like being VP.

      What could precipitate a 25th Amendment? Perhaps something close to the reason it was written …. A unilateral use or attempt to use a nuclear weapon on an opposing state?

      — Jan

      • dumboldguy Says:

        You could not see Trump giving power up easily?

        Anyone who tries to predict what Trump will do or how many times he will flip on any issue is playing a fool’s game. I was only half kidding when I said he might quit because he got bored. We might one day find a note tacked on the White House door saying “I’m outa here. This job is too hard—-too many things to read that are more than 140 characters long—-and the White House is like a Motel 6 compared to Trump Tower. Forward my mail to Mar a Lago”

        (And if Ryan doesn’t like being VP (I disagree with you there), he can always quit. That would be doing the country a favor)

  3. Tom Bates Says:

    You wackos can say anything you want it is still a free country. The day you try to drive out of office the President of the USA on this nonsense charges is the day you turn from citizens to Treason. the rest of the country will hang you from the nearest tree.

    • Urpo Taskinen Says:

      As there might be some possibility for an admin for this site to turn of the possibility to comment I suggest that the fake user “Tom Bates” might be stopped from commenting.
      This last remark passes as I see lot of borders and is insulting for all of us here.
      Freedom of speech is one thing, but insulting and threatening others is a crime at least in Sweden.
      But maybe you do it in some other way in USA?

      At least the level of discussion might be on a higher level of compassion and an exchange of opinions instead of threats and insults.
      Just a wish.

      • vierotchka Says:

        Är du svensk? I så fall är din engelska utmärkt.

        • dumboldguy Says:

          Jag älskar Volvos! (I’ve owned four). And my Swedish in nonexistent so I had to look that phrase up.

          “Filthy and Deluded Russian Propagandist Vera” has apparently been put back in the cage by her keepers and “Clean but Inane Vera” now holds sway here. A big improvement, but the rest of us would rather focus on what Urpo says rather than try to butter him up, and I for one agree wholeheartedly with him—-Bates has been overstepping many bounds for a long time, and adds nothing to the discussion.

          (Although in light of The Pussy Grabber’s ban on Muslims, it would be more than just a bit ironic if Bates was banned from Crock. Is there no place in America for stupid, deluded, and insulting people? We DID, after all, just elect one president.)

    • First treason is against the Constitution, not a President.

      Second, on the one hand terms like “treason” are being brandished and in the same breath an extra legal action proposed.

      Third, there’s an attempt to win an argument through intimidation, which is immaterial, incorrect, and impertinent.

    • vierotchka Says:

      “…it is still a free country…” Is it, really?

    • Lionel Smith Says:

      You wackos …

      A clear case of projection but WRT: ‘can say anything you want’, thank you we will, and I think it fair to point out that you are suffering from a similar form of NPD as the new, bright orange, POTUS who is behaving like a kid who got a magic wand for his birthday.

      Although The Inevitability Of Impeachment may hold out promise there are too many other dangerous creatures in the swamp he has created with the aid of those black forces of dirty energy.

      • I agree, and posted the 25th as a hypothetical.

        I think it is important for Mr Trump and his “dark energy pals” to understand there are limits, and they will be held to them.

        Some of the responses from people are heartwarming and unprecedented. 20,000 people turned out in Copley Square in Boston last night in an impromptu protest. That wasn’t even organized.

        I’m sure San Francisco and much of California are the same way, but when my wife and I heard John Oliver at the Xfinity stage in Foxboro before the election in 2016, he emphasized (paraphase) “It’ll be okay. If anything, you people from Massachusetts are determined, and defiant, as my forebears found out 250 years ago. You rebelled against England and it took some time for the other colonies to join up. You were there first.”

    • Fuck off and die, fascist scum!

  4. vierotchka Says:

    “Only Donald Trump’s tissue thin skin, snakelike predatory mind, and brutish, wounded ego stands between this man and you.”

    I’m not so sure abbout that. Read this article and make sure you watch the videos:

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Sneaky Vera continues her propagandizing for Putin. Now she is (seemingly) -dumping on Trump, but what she’s REALLY doing is attempting to further weaken Trump so that Putin can more easily manipulate him when the “negotiations” begin.

    • webej Says:

      This is Bull.
      [1] Nobody should diagnose somebody without actual observation and interviews. Why? Because it is important how they react to questions, to judge phenomena in context (are they speaking on camera?), and to get a 365 degree view. Any suspect can offer answers or facts that easily falsify some otherwise plausible theory. So, it is not professional to remote diagnose.
      [2] Scientific method looks for contrary evidence (after entertaining a possible explanation). These videos present goal-seeking theories.
      [3] The claim that a personality disorder is hard-wired in the brain is completely unproven. No one is diagnosed with a personality disorder on the basis of statements about the brain or measurements of things in the brain.
      [4] Personality disorders are not fixed, otherwise there would be no treatments, but only mitigating reactions (like locking them up, or putting them in non-stressfull environments). The fact that they say in the video that if your disorder is fully in place at age 70 there is no hope of change, proves that not every disorder survives to age 70.
      [5] Saying there is no medicine is crazy — almost no psychiatric diagnoses can be cured with medicine — only symptoms can be tempered and managed.
      [6] Is there evidence to suggest that Trump does not have a disorder? Why yes. He has family(s), children that seem to be socialized normally, he is not in trouble, seems to function at work, and seems to be able to achieve objectives, relationships, and maintain himself.
      [7] Is there eviden to suggest he is not impulsive? Yes, few incidents with criminal law, no violence or brawls, no substance abuse, capable of organized and planned activities. Do comedians say impulsive sounding things? Yes. Does Trump troll and manipulate the press with announcements? Yes. Nothing in his personal history (aside from his verbal diatribes) suggest unchecked impulsivity.
      [8] The traits listed under personality disorders are all normal human attributes possessed by everybody to a certain degree. It is when some aspects are completely out of proportion and unbalanced that there is a disorder. Such judgments are difficult, and are not facts, hence they are called judgments. Bear in mind that public leaders (CEO’s and politicians) score high on narcissistic and pscyopathic traits.
      [9] Displaying some trait does not mean you are “sick”. Jesus and the Buddha thought tha mankind in general suffers from a far too low level of compassion and empathy, in fact, it is a serious “design flaw”. Still, discovering lack of empathy in human beings does not make them psychopaths.

        • dumboldguy Says:

          “…such an assessment would be unethical?” LMAO! Trump is the walking definition of “unethical”, and those who “analyze” him, whether professionals or not, are true patriots.

          • vierotchka Says:

            You ought to read the article before posting your knee-jerk reaction!

          • dumboldguy Says:

            Read the article? It’s ancient history, but I probably DID read it, along with many like it. I agree with those who said that the election was “too important” to worry about “ethical niceties”, just as the future of the USA and the whole world is too important to NOT continue to analyze Trump’s every move now and in the future, in view of all the sickness he will display.

            I’ve read a lot of “analysis” of Putin as well, the other YUUUUUGELY sick fuck that threatens the world, and I think that should continue as well. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand that gravity needs to be overcome to get to the moon, and you don’t need to be a mental health professional to recognize that Trump, Putin, (and YOU) are sick puppies.

          • vierotchka Says:

            Ah, but the analyses of Putin that you read were totally biased and fictitious!

          • dumboldguy Says:

            Of COURSE they were “totally biased and fictitious!”. And for proof of that totally biased and fictitious “evidence”, ask any Whore for Putin, who will parrot the same BS endlessly. Just like VERA. (Taking a lunch break now—-go feed your family, VERA—-it’s dinner time in Switzerland—-heat up the borscht)

          • vierotchka Says:

            It isn’t dinner time in Switzerland – restaurant kitchens haven’t even opened yet! LOL!

          • dumboldguy Says:

            It’s not dinner time in Switzerland? Hmmmmm—–Switzerland is 6 hours ahead of EST in the USA, so 12:30 PM here is 6:30 PM there. This from a travel guide about “meal times” in Switzerland:

            “Lunch is usually served between noon and 2 pm, and even a little earlier at some restaurants. Dinner is usually served FROM 6 PM TO 9:30 PM. Many restaurants and pubs, especially in the cities, also offer continuous (11 am-10 pm) hot dishes”

            Hmmmmmm again. That once again brings up the question of “where in the world is Vera?” (never mind Carmen SanDiego). Is she in Moscow, where in fact it would have been too early for dinner at 4:30? Or is she really in AZ, where it’s even to early for lunch? Was Russell Cook NOT joking when he suggested that HE might be VERA? Hmmmmmmm!

          • vierotchka Says:

            6p.m. is considered the end of the afternoon. Most people have dinner as from 8p.m., only American expats have dinner at 6p.m. Your travel guide sucks! LOL!

          • dumboldguy Says:

            “It isn’t dinner time in Switzerland – restaurant kitchens haven’t even opened yet! LOL!” says VERA

            Yet a TRAVEL GUIDE, you know, one of those things that people who spend lots of $$$ to visit a country rely on, gets something as simple as a meal time wrong? And we should believe YOU instead? Sorry, dear, but I’ll go with

            “Dinner is usually served FROM 6 PM TO 9:30 PM”.

          • vierotchka Says:

            Very few restaurants serve dinner before 7 p.m., especially as people work unti 6 p.m. At 7 p.m. there are very, very few customers. Some restaurants – who cater almost exclusively to tourists, will serve food non-stop from about 11 a.m. until 11-12 p.m.

            I love the way you enjoy being wrong all the time! LOL!


  5. dumboldguy Says:

    Oh look! Vera has found a whole new library of graphics to clutter up Crock threads, disrupt the dialogue, and try to distract us from talking about Putin’s Puppet President Pussy Grabber (4PG for short?). They’re even sicker than her previous efforts, but that’s what happens to sick people like VERA—they get worse unless someone intervenes.

    (I like the “artsiness” of the use of B&W and the “old-timey” images, but I DO miss the usual “fuck” and “shit” that potty-mouth Vera usually appends—-doesn’t she love us any more?).

  6. On the Bannon Video

    Apparently it is from 2014. It was being delivered by means of Skype, which might explain the quality. For the complete transcript (posted Nov 15, 2016 by Lester Feder on Buzzfeed), please see:

    Here is the video:

    • ubrew12 Says:

      This is great stuff, especially the buzzfeed article, which includes the question and answer session that followed his talk. It’s definitely an interesting worldview, although his talk of a global fight against ‘Islamic fascism’ is plainly over-inflated, and he keeps referring to state capitalism (allayed with ‘atheism’) as being the true, eventual enemy facing the ‘center-right working people’. People hold nuanced views, even people you don’t like or agree with, so its important to try to understand where Bannon is coming from. One thing he reiterates several times is the ‘crisis with radical Islam’ is the crisis of today (basically, he talks like he’s some kind of Crusader), and an ally in that crisis is Putin, even though he admits Putin runs a kleptocracy. So, Bannon is ready to go to war against radical Islam today, and push off for tomorrow his war against secularist and state capitalism. My problem is: if we’re in a war against Islam, why do they keep losing it? That’s why people choose terror: because they already lost the war. Bannon seems a bit of a paranoid.

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