The First Recall Victory Lap Video Is Released! Update: Recall Round-up

In the 2010 gubernatorial election, Walker defeated Barrett, the mayor of Milwaukee, 52%-46%. Polls showed Walker with a narrow lead going into Tuesday’s vote. At last count, tonight, Walker was beating Barrett 55-44%.

Derek Hunter@derekahunter on Twitter put it most succinctly:

Irony: #WIUnion sets out to recall@govwalker, ends up giving him a bigger victory than his original election. You can’t make this up.

Everything the left does these days, ends up blowing up in their faces.

Now, is this fair? The tears of shell shocked liberals haven’t even dried, yet, and a group called is already doing a victory lap with a new ad called simply, “Recall”:


Twitchy: Walker wins; Twitter explodes

American Power: Progressives Utterly Crushed After Failed Wisconsin Recall

Gateway Pundit: Bwa-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha!! Leftist Loser Bawls Like a Baby on CNN “Democracy Died Tonight” (Video)

Twitchy: “Kill Scott Walker”: Angry libs flood Twitter with death threats after Wisconsin recall defeat

Ace: MSNBC Sh**s The Bed On Recall Coverage

Michelle Malkin: Biggest losers: Teacher’s unions earn “F” for Wisconsin recall abuse

Dick Morris: The Meaning Of Scott Walker’s Win

The Daily Caller: Ignore the spin: Wisconsin was a disaster for Democrats and President Obama

DaTechGuy: Do you believe “They’re Demoralized as Hell” Now?

The Right Scoop: Krauthammer: Humiliating defeat signifies beginning of decline of public-sector unions

CDN: Priebus: Wisconsin an “absolute disaster” for Obama

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Chaffetz: Holder Ignoring Fast and Furious Letter is “Embarrassment” For Speaker Boehner (Video)

Today Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) appeared on Fox to discuss Holder’s noncompliance of  requests by Congress. Our Attorney General appears to believe he is above the law – that he need not respond to lawful subpoenas, or even polite requests for information from our timid Speaker of the House.

Chaffetz told Fox’s Bill Hemmer:

“In an abundance of caution, Speaker Boehner, Eric Cantor, our Leader  sent a letter to the White House and Atty General Holder, asking them to answer some very basic questions –that’s been nearly a month, and I think the Speaker is probably going to be  sufficiently embarrassed by the fact that the Atty General has also blown him off like he did with this subpoena that was issued in October. I find it totally an embarrassment.”

Holder will be appearing before the House Judiciary Committee, this Thursday, and Chaffetz promises that members will “have some more  questions for the Attorney General.”

Chaffetz also assured Hemmer that despite the stonewalling, the issue wasn’t going to go away.

Among the questions surely to be asked at the hearing, Thursday, will concern documents that allegedly prove senior Justice officials approved of Fast and Furious:

Could these documents be the  “smoking gun” Issa is rumored to have in his possession?

House oversight committee chairman Darrell Issa said Tuesday that congressional investigators now have documents that prove senior officials in Attorney General Eric Holder’s Department of Justice approved gun-walking in Operation Fast and Furious.

“The Committee has obtained copies of six wiretap applications in support of seven wire intercepts utilized during Fast and Furious,” Issa said in a Tuesday letter to Holder.

Issa said those wiretap documents “show that immense detail about questionable investigative tactics was available to the senior officials who reviewed and authorized them.”

Issa said these documents prove that the Department of Justice again provided “false” information to Congress.

Late Tuesday, Holder responded to The House leaders’ letter : DOJ to House Republicans: Let’s resolve ‘Fast and Furious’ issue:

The Justice Department told House Republican leaders on Tuesday it was working to reach “a mutually acceptable resolution” to grant Congress access to information about a botched gun-tracking operation and avoid contempt proceedings from Attorney General Eric Holder.

Deputy Attorney General James Cole — in a letter to House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) — said the DOJ was working hard to respond to questions the GOP leaders raised in a letter to Holder nearly three weeks ago.

The Republicans asked Holder to reveal to lawmakers the people in DOJ’s leadership ranks who knew about the controversial “gun-walking” tactics used in the “Fast and Furious” operation before December 2010. They also asked Holder whether anyone in Justice’s leadership misled or misinformed lawmakers in response to a congressional subpoena.

Cole told the GOP leadership that their letter had been “helpful” and that DOJ was working diligently to answer their questions in full.

Read the whole thing at the link – sounds like a load of BS to me. Boehner et al must not be swayed by people who have repeatedly shown themselves to be operating in bad faith.  Nothing short of full disclosure is an acceptable deal.
Something big had better come out of the Judicial hearing, this Thursday, is all I can say..
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The Latest on the Kimberlin Saga: “WWIII” + A Victory For Free Speech In Georgia

In a move that may prove extremely unwise, the Kimberlin kabal have gone after a well known and well regarded Republican activist and his family —
Suspected Kimberlin site, “Breitbart Unmasked” has published a photo and the address of Ali’s mother’s home in Texas in what Stacy McCain calls “a viciously mendacious attack”: Ali Akbar Says, ‘World War Three’:

Does the phrase “Don’t mess with Texas” ring a bell? Maryland courts have been incredibly lenient with the Kimberlin/Rauhauser axis, but Ali assures me that Texas won’t take too kindly to the purposeful harassment of one of its law-abiding citizens. Ali’s mother has harmed no one, and whoever thought up this sick stunt might find themselves prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law — Texas law. IYKWIMAITYD.

As to the absurd delusions propagated by “Breitbart Unmasked” that the National Bloggers Club is rolling in mega-bucks from Republican fat cats — it’s simply not true.

Read on…

The irony, of course is that Kimberlin’s non-profit is attempting to sue the National Bloggers Club purportedly using money from his Tides Foundation and Barbra Streisand money.

More from Twitchy: National Bloggers Club president targeted by Brett Kimberlin supporters; National Day of Blogger Silence planned for Friday:

Supporters of convicted bomber and online terrorist Brett Kimberlin have gone after another conservative activist and his family with their anti-free speech thuggery.

Ali Akbar is the president of the National Bloggers Club, the group that organized the fund to support Kimberlin’s targets. He reported the attack on Twitter this afternoon.

Ace of Spades is calling for a National Day of Blogger Silence — This Friday:

On Friday, this site will be absolutely dead-silent, which is what Brett Kimberlin and his stalker crew seeks, and what the media and our supposed Representatives in Congress would permit.
The only post on Friday will be a bold-faced Open Letter to Congress, urging them to act and not attempt to pass the buck to others.
They are our representatives; we would like some representation.
They vowed to defend and protect the Constitution; they can honor that vow now.
I will post links of Congressmen’s and Senator’s email addresses and offices and phone numbers, and urge every concerned American citizen to let them know, in no uncertain terms, that a crime in progress against the First Amendment (and people’s safety) is occurring, and we humbly request they take this seriously.
They are literally going to get someone killed. That is their endgame here.
Will the media and Congress pretend “we didn’t know” when this happens?
ABCNews knows.
The Weekly Standard knows.
The Daily Caller knows.
And many, but not yet all, Congressmen and Senators know.

The intimidation tactics are escalating — Paul H Lemmon of An Excon’s View claims to have confronted a young man photographing his apartment, car and apartment building.

He emails:

“Asked what he was doing, he got in his car and fled … His auto has an Obama 2012 sticker on it.”

He posted a preemptive strike: To the Idiots Photographing My Home Today …

Meanwhile, Patterico has  Kimberlin Harassment Update: Kimberlin’s Latest Documented Lies Told Under Oath:

David Hogberg of Investor’s Business Daily sheds light on the issuance of the warrant for Aaron Walker’s arrest:

I went back to the District Court of Maryland for Montgomery County on Friday to get a copy of the warrant for Walker. I have uploaded it here (addresses and phone numbers are redacted).

The warrant was filed by Kimberlin on Sunday, and from it a few things are now clear that I got wrong in the post from last week. First, Kimberlin claims that Walker violated the second peace order Kimberlin filed against Walker, not the first. Kimberlin filed the second peace order on May 22, and it is “temporarily” in effect until the hearing on May 29th. In it, Kimberlin basically claims that the blog posts Walker wrote between May 22 and May 27 constitute a violation of the peace order (more on that in a bit).

Also, in the blog I wrote that the “court apparently agreed (that Walker had violated the peace order) and Walker was arrested.” That leaves the impression that the judge had Walker arrested. He did not. Rather, the warrant was carried out by a Montgomery County Sheriff, as is clear from the first page of the warrant. The easiest way for a sheriff to arrest someone is to know exactly where he is, and the sheriff obviously knew Walker would be in court that day.

Hit the link to see the easily provable lies of Kimberlin, the serial perjurer.

The truth will catch up to the Kimberlin/Rauhauser axis of disinformation, but it’s going to take a concerted effort on our part to wake Congress  and the media up to the dangers of their malicious lies and threats.

On a positive note, the lawfare case of Rashad Richey vs Andre Walker in Georgia was dismissed, yesterday — a victory for free speech!

Georgia Democratic Party Staffer Voluntarily Dismisses Lawsuit Against Blogger:

A few moments ago, my attorney, John Sparks, sent word that the libel lawsuit filed by Georgia Democratic Party political director Rashad Richey against this site was voluntarily dismissed by the Plaintiff.

Rashad Richey Lawsuit Dismissal

A huge load off of Andre’s chest, I’m sure. Not that Richey ever had a case – it was  the legal hassles and fees associated with having to defend himself in court against a frivolous law suit that was at issue.

This probably means that the Georgia Unfiltered Legal Defense Fund will become a legal offense fund as Walker seeks attorney’s fees from Richey. Consider donating today to preserve free speech.


It gets better….

Andre Walker’s attorney  bills Democrat Political Director $17K in fees

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