Casual Racism

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You’ve heard of casual dress, casual dinin’, even casual sex.  Now add: “Casual Racism.”  Sadly it’s all around us to the point where we barely even notice it.  Let Tea Pain tell you about his brush with casual racism today.

Tea Pain was eatin’ lunch at the Golden Chopstick Chinese Buffet, easily the swankiest place in Harrison, Arkansas.   Tea Pain was mindin’ his own business, enjoyin’ his chop suey and cashew chicken when he overheard two ol’ boys in the next booth talkin’ about “that Obama.”

Here’s a snippet of the convo…

Bubba: “I know Trump had to say it to get elected, but you know Obama ain’t no citizen.”

Burford: “You got that right.  He wasn’t born in Hawaii.  Everybody knows that. He claims he’s a Christian, but he ain’t.”

Bubba: “He said he went to Harvard but I don’t believe that.  He wouldn’t even disclose his transcripts.  If…

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Comey’s Last Cast

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Fishing at sunset on the Donegal coast (© John Rafferty Photography)

If you ever spent any time fishin’, you can appreciate the psychology behind the FBI’s bombshell leak today that it used Christoper Steele’s now-famous dossier to obtain a FISA warrant against Trump adviser Carter Page last year.  This means the dossier was corroborated against other available evidence and met the threshold of “probable cause” to obtain the warrant.

That’s all well and good, but what does it mean in context of the current #TrumpRussia scandal?  That’s where the fishin’ comes in!

Tea Pain Carter Page Worm

Last week James Comey trickled out a teasin’ little morsel that Carter Page was the target of a FISA warrant.  This was ol’ Jimmy baitin’ his hook and danglin’ it in the water to see what mid-level minnow was interested in takin’ a nibble. Once Jimmy snagged him a nice juicy bait-fish or two, he’d be ready to go after the illusive tiny-finned King Fish.

If Page is the worm…

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Impeachment Impatience

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TrumpyTea Pain understands your Trump troubles better than anybody.  That feeling we all get when Trump cranks out another evidence-free tweet yammerin’ about 5 million illegal voters for Hillary or the latest saga about how the Tax Marcher’s were all paid for by mysterious “Deep State” deep pockets.  After bearin’ up under countless Benghazi hearings which yielded nothin’, you’re beyond frustrated how Congress is draggin’ its heels investigatin’ the greatest crime in American History: Trump’s collusion with Russia to steal the 2016 election.

When you feel like you’re gonna flip your lid, console yourself with these thoughts…

  1.  It took 26 months to bring down Richard Nixon after the DNC break-in at the Watergate Hotel.  This was a small, cut-and-dried burglary where the conspirators were caught red-handed, and they were all Americans.  With #TrumpRussia, we are dealin’ with a virtual DNC break-in at the hands of slippery Russian hackers and…

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Data Patterns Reveal Trump Tower/Spectrum Health Ran a “Stealth Data Machine” With Russia

Trump Russia research from Tea Pain

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Stealth Data Machine

Jared Kushner is currently taking a victory lap, crowin’ about his “Stealth Data Machine” that put Donald Trump over the top in the 2016 race.  Let’s pry off the lid and peer into the inner-workings of this “Data Machine.”

The Signal in the Noise

Building on the work of @LouiseMensch  and data analysis by @Conspirator0 on Twitter, Tea Pain has stumbled onto a possible “signal in the noise” that opens a window into the data-swappin’ shenanigans going on between Trump Tower, Spectrum Health and Russia’s Alfa Bank during the election.

Spectrum Health, owned by Michigan’s powerful Devos family, attempted to explain the IP activity as “Voice over IP traffic”, whereas Alfa Bank offered an even more exotic explanation that “hackers attempted to make it look like we contacted Trump Tower.”

The data traffic, when analyzed, tells a very different story, a story of automated, orchestrated data sharing among multiple sites for a…

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