Ken Starr: ‘Hillary may have prompted Vince Foster to suicide- left out of report’ (and not all)


Kenneth Starr is back in the news today, “Thought Hillary Clinton prompted Vince Foster’s suicide  — but left it out of the final report” here.

So goes today’s story.  And that was not the least of it. He and Justice Kavanaugh left out a whole lot more. I ask you to look at just the one video below. That’s all.

“Hillary Clinton’s humiliation of Foster in front of his peers steered him to take his own life on July 20, 1993, six months into her husband’s presidency.” according to Starr.

Starr, appointed independent counsel in 1994, “did not want to inflict further pain” on the first lady, according to author Ronald Kessler, who pressed Starr on the matter after a recent speaking appearance in Maryland, at the Annapolis Book Festival.

So they say. Now that Vince Foster has resurfaced back into the news, no less than Moby Dick. He keeps calling…for justice.

Let me cut to the chase. Watch just this one video. If I have enticed you to further inquiry, I will leave links to months of research I have looked at. Its all out there, hours of tape and thousands of documents for anyone to do the same. Thanks to FOIA.

I can only conclude as well as others, that the investigation had a pre determined outcome before the case was ever reviewed by Kavanaugh. After all, it was the same FBI agents who did the original investigation who did the review. The lead investigator Rodriguez was not permitted to subpoena any witnesses. He stated he resigned because the conclusion had already been reached prior to the investigation. Sound familiar?

Suicide? Take a look at this video,

At the 2004 confirmation hearing for Kavanaugh, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) stated: “Mr. Kavanaugh served in the Office of Independent Counsel under Judge Starr, where he conducted the office’s investigation into the death of former Deputy White House Counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr.”  A 1998 New York Times article also states that Kavanaugh “led the investigation into the death of the deputy White House counsel Vincent W. Foster Jr.”


If you want primary documents this link gets you off to a good start: Source FBI Coverup

Look at it. Think about it. A couple of earlier posts with a couple of links.

This is the only time in history that

an Independent Counsel was ordered by the court to include

evidence of a cover-up by his own investigators in his own Report

After the lawsuit ended, documents were discovered in the National Archives that were written by Rodriguez, including a 31-page memorandum to his fellow prosecutors in the OIC dated December 9-29, 1994 on the subject of “November 29, 1994 Meeting Concerning Foster Death Matter And Supplemental Investigation Prior to Grand Jury.”  The memorandum explains why the evidence does not support a conclusion of suicide in the park and states in its first paragraph that Kavanaugh was at the meeting.

The full works which much of the above came from:

Paging SCOTUS Kavanaugh – Vince Foster is calling

Supreme candidate Kavanaugh, from the deep state, led murdered Vince Foster coverup

Adds important details to the above video


If you are inclined… something for the weekend light reading and listening. Actually I found after I started reading the documents, I couldn’t put the next document or video down.

Former associate Independent Counsel Miguel Rodriguez tells about the Vince Foster murder cover-up.

Thanks to WhatFingerNews for the coverage! A great site for all the news.



Sunday – Do you hear the people sing?



Congratulations all those in Bunkerville land. Justice Kavanaugh is happily installed as the ninth Supreme. Two clips today.

Do you hear the people sing? – Les Miserables

I caught this over at Adrienne’s Corner one of Bunkerville’s favorite blogger buddies. Wander over for a great read:

From Deplorable to Dregs: Now We’re MILITANT NORMALS!!..




I had to add this one. Caught as Feinstein and her chums had just finished the latest FBI update on Justice Kavanaugh and were speaking to the press. I can only wonder what was going on in her mind. Is there a tear in her eye? Be sure and have the sound on.


Kavanaugh – The cost of taking on the Clintons


Kavanaugh claimed that the Clintons were included behind the orchestrated attacks upon him. An unwise move? Now Hillary comes out with the “I am a victim of the vast Right Wing conspiracy” trope. Her remarks made at the Atlantic Festival. The memo written by Kavanaugh in 1998 should prove my point that the Clintons have a long memory.

Why would that be? Kavanaugh spared no mercy for Bill during the Starr impeachment investigation. Especially because he went after Bill and his sexual proclivities. It was no doubt unwise to raise the Clinton name. Awakening the beast from the underworld. But they were no doubt already about the business of aiding and abetting the destruction of one Brett Kavanaugh.



The Clintons don’t forget. Ever. And how just like the Clintons to help orchestrate a character smear against Judge Kavanaugh for things that never happened because Mr. Kavanaugh was in 1998 adamant that then-President Clinton answer for things that actually did take place.


Mentioning the Clinton name gave Hillary the opening once again, its just that vast right wing conspiracy raising it’s ugly head. Apparently if one has a different political view it’s simply a conspiracy. Rare indeed.

The Clinton’s are users.

Yet there’s another dimension to their chronic crookedness, and it gets insufficient attention even though it might be more important to the nation’s well-being.

“Wherever they go, whatever they do, ethics are trashed and suspicions of criminal conduct follow them like night follows day.”

It is that, in addition to being personally corrupt, the Clintons are corrupters. They are piggish users, with the people and institutions around them inevitably tarnished and sometimes destroyed even as the Clintons escape to their next scam. NY Post


Hillary in this clip extends her views regarding the vast Right Wing conspiracies. A real laugh-a-rama.


H/T: DC Whispers



Ex-boyfriend: Ford had no fear of flying, coached polygraph test


Christian Martyrs Last Prayer

An interesting find in the quicksand of the faltering Ford Circus Maximus. So much to choose from, so little time. I chose this little item to show that prosecutor Mitchell, in her supposedly failed questioning of Ford, had plenty of information prior to her go at Ford.

Let’s get on with the show:


The alleged ex-boyfriend also claims that Ford frequently flew, including in small propeller aircraft, without complaint over the course of their relationship and had no fear of small spaces or rooms with only one exit. Ford’s claims that phobias of these things have plagued her since the early 1980s as a result of a 17-year-old Kavanaugh attacking her have been central elements of her story.

In that time, he claims to have witnessed Ford, then studying psychology, coach a close friend as she prepared for government administered polygraph exams.Further, the man claims Ford never mentioned being a victim of sexual assault in the eight years they knew each other and never once mentioned Kavanaugh’s name. Finally, he claims their relationship ended amid infidelity and credit card fraud on her part. He does, however, claim that he “finds Ford believable” and did not “want to become involved” with the investigatory process.

Note her attorney tries to cut off the questioning.

More at  Breitbart




Flake makes second visit to New Hampshire – won’t rule out Prez run


Flake makes his second visit to New Hampshire, basking in his new found fame no doubt. Just like all the other media hogs who are prancing around for their 15 minutes of flame.

If you didn’t catch my late yesterday post, do it. It is a must read. Follow the link and it takes you to the full report the prosecutor Mitchell gave to the Senate. It’s devastating.

Prosecutor who questioned Ford, shreds her case against Kavanaugh in memo

Now back to Flake who couldn’t even win his primary so is retiring.

Following on the heels of his theatrical declaration that his vote on Kavanaugh was conditional upon another FBI investigation, the Arizona Republican set the rumors mills running as he headed to New Hampshire.

Flake appeared no worse for wear after his vote, having a grand time alongside his friend, Democrat Sen. Chris Coons at the Global Citizens Festival on the weekend.

The spineless lawmaker joked with the liberal crowd to “feel free to join me in an elevator any time,” making light of the incident in which two George Soros-funded protesters confronted him in an elevator at the Capitol before the Committee vote.

Riding on his new-found fame, Flake is making his second visit to the state which holds the first primary in the race for the White House, sparking speculation that he may be teeing up for a 2020 challenge to President Trump’s re-election.

More at Biz Pac Review

Prosecutor who questioned Ford, shreds her case against Kavanaugh in memo


I for one, dismissed the Prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell, out of hand regarding her questioning of Ford. It appeared Mitchell wandered to no point but I missed it entirely. Looking back, that is what prosecutors do. Lead them on then slam the door. I was not alone. Many thought she acted as if it were a deposition. Nope. Do read the whole thing over at the Daily Wire. I am dismayed that this isn’t getting the attention it so richly deserves. The party line is that we are sure something happened to her, it just wasn’t Kavanaugh. Read this.. it won’t disappoint. Two posts today, earlier catch Mustang’s post: Do You want to live forever?


Rachel Mitchell, the prosecutor who questioned Christine Blasey Ford last week during a hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, wrote a five-page memo that was released on Sunday that outlines why she would not bring criminal charges against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Mitchell’s memo notes nine significant problems with Ford’s testimony and underscores that her case is “even weaker” than a “he said, she said” case.

“A ‘he said, she said’ case is incredibly difficult to prove,” Mitchell states. “But this case is even weaker than that. Dr. Ford identified other witnesses to the event, and those witnesses either refuted her allegations or failed to corroborate them. For the reasons discussed below, I do not think that a reasonable prosecutor would bring this case based on the evidence before the Committee. Nor do I believe that this evidence is sufficient to satisfy the prosecutor.

1. Dr. Ford has not offered a consistent account of when the alleged assault happened,

She lays bare why she thinks so.

The following 8 points are even more devastating.

Read the whole thing here at the  Daily Wire

Convicted Felon Testifies Against Kavanaugh



Post by Mustang.

Does anyone recall John Dean?  He was former White House Counsel under President Richard M. Nixon and played a key role in the 1973 Watergate scandal.  Now, long after Nixon passed away, Dean likes to tell folks that he warned Mr. Nixon that there was a “cancer” growing on the presidency. 

Of course, how can we ever know what he may (or may not) have said to Nixon?  He may have had that conversation in the same way that Senator Blumenthal from Connecticut was a hero from the Vietnam war.  But facts are inconvenient things, and John Dean ended up spending four-months in prison for obstruction of justice.  Yes, only four months.  It must have been the deal of the century for the rat who participated in unlawful behavior and then turned state’s evidence.

In any case, Dean added his two cents to Christine Ford’s three cents during the Senate Judiciary—Brett Kavanaugh hearing.  He is now warning the senate that confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh will lead to a White House takeover of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).  We’ll examine this testimony in a moment, but first let’s take a look at Dean after serving four (4) months in prison in 1973.

Shortly after serving in prison for his role in Watergate, Dean became an investment banker, an author, and a lecturer.  There is serious money to be made on the lecture circuit; if you don’t believe me, just ask Billy Clinton.  In his books and lectures, Dean chronicles his experiences in the White House.  In 1976 he wrote a book titled Blind Ambition (actually written by someone else), and this was made into a TV mini-series in 1979.  So, life was good for Dean after becoming a felon.  Oh, Martin Sheen played the part of Dean in the series.  Of course.

Mr. Dean, in appearing before the committee, warned the senate that conservatives have constructed a court that is overly deferential to executive power, particularly since Republicans control both the House and Senate.  Dean said, “Under Judge Kavanaugh’s recommendation, if a president shot someone in cold blood on Fifth Avenue, that president could not be prosecuted while in office.”

Yes, he said that.  It is at this point that one begins to wonder how Dean became White House Counsel in the first place —or how he ever got to appear in front of such a powerful committee.  Crikey!  But GOP Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) did push back when he told Dean, “I think you and your co-conspirators hurt my country,” and then noting that Dean ultimately did the right thing after Watergate, added, “you only did it when you were cornered like a rat, and it’s hard for me to take your testimony seriously.”

Well okay, there is plenty of room in this country for divergent views, but I think Dean is seriously off track.  He seems to overlook the fact that if the Senate and House are in the hands of the GOP, it is only by the will of the people.  If the President of the United States is a Republican, it is by the will of the people. 

And if a Republican president nominates justices to the SCOTUS who view their role as interpreting the Constitution (as opposed to legislating), then it too must be —by extension— the will of the people.  I guess what stymies me with Dean and others is that how does a well-educated man get to be obtuse when it comes to fundamental American civics?

Whether the SCOTUS is gaining too much power, or relinquishing its power to the presidency, is a matter of debate.  Senator Ben Sasse was recently eloquent when he argued that the US Congress have become lazy and ineffective, too willingly sending to the court matters that are actually the responsibility of the legislature.  Apparently, SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh agrees: his role, he said, is not political—it’s judicial. 

Democrats think the US government should take over everything … including health care.  In evaluating Kavanaugh, Democrats assembled a slate of witnesses who argued about the impact Kavanaugh would have on such “hot-button” issues as voting rights, access to abortion, and gun control.  Ah, the Democrats.  What a bunch of clowns. 

One might recall when Democrats controlled both houses of congress and the presidency, they passed Obama-Care in the middle of the night and sent it straightaway to the president for his signature.  No one in Congress read the measure before it was signed into law, and “We the People” were unaware that the law was less of a health care measure than it was a massive tax.  (Side note: If there was any justice inside the beltway, every member of Congress would be forced into the kind of health care system employed in the United Kingdom).

In spite of what John Dean thinks, the American Bar Association offers Judge Kavanaugh high ratings.  A consensus of his peers, involving 120 interviews and contacts with 500 people, rates Kavanaugh as “well qualified” for the SCOTUS.

Once more speaking about how the Congress doesn’t want to do its job, or the manner in which it passes off its own responsibility to others, how well does it sit with you that Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have relied on the testimony of a dangerously psychotic/delusional female and a convicted felon to help them decide whether or not to support the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.  That isn’t all … they also invited a 13-year old child who suffers with asthma who warned the senators that Kavanaugh wasn’t friends with the environment. 

Gad … we must be living in interesting times.

John Dean. February 17, 2017 Published. Just laying the predicate.

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