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17 Aug 2018, 13:29 PST, 2nd Edition

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    Dear (DEA Watch Editor),

    We have known each other for many years, going back to our service in Vietnam. I would like to preface my brief comment about Trump by excerpting a couple of paragraphs from your 1976 Vietnam book, "Cannon Fodder: Growing Up For Vietnam", in which you wrote:

      "But undaunted by what most trekkers called "a damnable inconvenience," jay [marijuana] smoking now went on unabated in the hootches, chow hall, latrine, Day Room, and the bunkers. It even began at the comcenter. One positive by-product resulting from [one of men in your unit] forming the Stone Trek Brigade was that of the dozens of small "fraternities" on campus, they were the first to socialize interracially.

      "But despite the average high IQ of the [men in your unit] quickly becoming hooked on drugs to escape their boredom, not enough of them realized that they were becoming victims to something greater than drug addiction. They were succumbing to drug warfare. and of those who were open-minded enough to accept the "theory" that the Soviets or the Chinese were behind the massive distribution network of drugs being made cheaply and readily available to American GI's [in Vietnam], they still didn't use their intelligence to avoid drugs completely.

      "To those of us who never smoked, popped, shot up, or snorted, drugs were seen as a deliberate enemy tactic used against the American GI in V'nam to reduce our fighting capacity. In terms of strategy, drugs were used against us more widely than bullets. and as a weapon, drug warfare was a tool the NVA couldn't pass up for 2 reasons. One, the communists were already a very dishonorable lot. and 2, drug warfare was working."

    Today President Trump made the connection you made forty-eight years ago in Vietnam. If Mr. Trump had served in Vietnam he would have made the connection long ago, and perhaps started sooner to reverse the foreign objective to defeat the US simply by addicting millions of Americans to brain-debilitating drugs. And by addicting Americans to drugs, easily imported into our country using our US Post Office, inside oil cargo ships, and numerous other conveyances, our enemy can save money on manufacturing bullets to shoot us... we simply destroy ourselves and make it easy for our enemies to simply walk in and take over.

    And since President Obama, another gutless coward, all but legalized marijuana in our country several years ago, we are now seeing and hearing elected officials express their desire for elimination of some of our Constitutional principals, declare elements of foreign policies better than ours, and one politician uttering just yesterday that "America was never great"... which is not surprising since this politician, and his father, Mario Cuomo, never served a single day in an American military uniform.

    Drug warfare exacted by the Chinese, the Russians, the Israelis, the Mexicans, and South Americans is gradually defeating us by slowly disintegrating our social structure, and our military manpower pool now that we are producing more males who are too fat, too soft and too stupid even for military service. And nothing will change while this president continues to emplace morons and idiots in charge of our agencies that can stop the process. Sessions, Dhillon, Mattis, Pompeo... all of these guys are suits. They are incapable of warring effectively against the drug threat. And not one has initiated the only option in ending the threat, which is to destroy drugs where they grow. Even worse, we now have politicians, such as former House Speaker, John Boehner, working to make marijuana his largest source of profit.

    At this stage Trump is only speaking words. No action seems imminent. But at least he is wording about the threat. We will have to see if he follows through and actually does "declare war" on illegal drugs. But I won't hold out any hope of that happening... especially if another young reality-TV star with a size 50 D-cup comes to the WH and begs him to go easy on illegal drug dealers...

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    Amass Justin, Outstanding, Week 31
    Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 101
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    Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 123
    Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 96
    Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 100
    Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 71
    Bersin Alan, Outstanding, Week 40
    Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 251
    Biden Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 86
    Bolton John (NSA), Outstanding, Week 5
    Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 209
    Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Braun Mike, Satisfactory +
    Brown Bill, Satisfactory
    Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 58
    Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 179
    Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
    Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 95
    Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 111
    Camarena Enrique Jr, Excellent +
    Carson Ben, Excellent
    Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
    Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 26
    Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 83
    Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
    Coats Dan, Outstanding +
    Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 169
    Comey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 16
    Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Excellent
    Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding, Week 22
    Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 40
    Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 132
    Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 242
    Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 39
    Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Satisfactory
    Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 162
    Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 59
    D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 152
    Dallas Div Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 20
    Daly Mary (DOJ), Outstanding, Week 20
    DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 134
    DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
    DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Excellent
    Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 67
    Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 123
    Dhillon Uttam, Unsatisfactory, Week 7
    Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 57
    Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
    Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 104
    Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
    Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 108
    El Paso Office, Satisfactory
    Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 16
    Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 91
    Feinstein Dianne Sen. Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Ferguson Michael, Satisfactory
    Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 113
    Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 106
    Flores Sarah (DOJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Fuentes Rick, Outstanding, Week 23
    Gabbard Tulsi (Rep. HI), Satisfactory
    Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding, Week 29
    Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 32
    Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 101
    Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 94
    Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 43
    Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 138
    Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 10
    Graham Lindsey Sen., Excellent
    Grassley Charles, Outstanding, Week 28
    Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Haff Gary, Satisfactory
    Haley Nikki, Unsatisfactory, Week 11
    Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 49
    Haspel Gina, Unsatisfactory, Week 15
    Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 175
    Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 100
    Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 34
    Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 105
    Hunter Duncan (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 8
    Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 40
    Hutchinson Kay Bailey (Amb. NATO), Outstanding, Week 7
    Jackson Ronny Adml (VA), Outstanding, Week 21
    Johnson Eddie (Chicago PD), Unsatisfactory
    Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 310
    Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 101
    Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 17
    Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
    King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 142
    Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 40
    Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 145
    Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 61
    Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 6
    Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 138
    Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 105
    LePage Paul Gov., Satisfactory
    Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 146
    Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
    Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 139
    Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
    Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 271
    Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 270
    Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
    Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 38
    Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 94
    Marino Tom, Unsatisfactory -
    Markey Edward (Sen), Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Martin John, Outstanding, Week 31
    Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
    Mattis James, Satisfactory
    McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 30
    McConnell Mitch, Outstanding, Week 12
    McDaniel Ronny R. (GOP Chair), Outstanding
    McKnight Brian, Unsatisfactory
    Miami Office, Satisfactory
    Mica John, Satisfactory
    Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 96
    Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 67
    Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 51
    Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 103
    Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 108
    Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
    Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 182
    New York Office, Excellent
    Nielsen Kirstjen, Satisfactory
    Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 65
    Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 74
    Obama Barack, Unsatisfactory, Week 21
    Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 46
    Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Paul Rand Sen., Excellent
    PD-Chicago, Unsatisfactory, Week 40
    PD-Los Angeles, Satisfactory
    PD-New York, Satisfactory
    Pence Mike VP, Satisfactory
    Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Excellent
    Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 147
    Pompeo Mike, Satisfactory
    Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 70
    Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 110
    Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 116
    Putin Vladmir, Satisfactory
    Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Excellent
    Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 103
    Roach Barbara, Outstanding, Week 32
    Rosenstein, Rod, Unsatisfactory, Week 59
    Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 18
    Sallet Jeffrey, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 181
    San Francisco Division, Excellent
    Scheuer Michael, Outstanding, Week 56
    Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 12
    Sessions Jeff, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 91
    Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
    Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 67
    St Louis Office, Satisfactory
    Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 129
    Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 72
    Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 105
    Szubin Adam, Excellent
    Taubira Christiane, Excellent
    Trudeau Justin, PM Canada, Satisfactory
    Trump Donald, Excellent
    Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 347
    Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 145
    Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
    Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 59
    Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
    Waters Maxine, Unsatisfactory, Week 53
    Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
    Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 89
    Will Candice, Unsatisfactory
    Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 64
    Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 88
    Wray Chris, Unsatisfactory, Week 18
    Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
    Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 128


    BBC World, Satisfactory
    CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 141
    FOX Business, Satisfactory
    FOX News, Satisfactory
    MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 122
    Newsmax, Satisfactory
    One America, Satisfactory
    Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 58


    Acosta Jim (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 13
    Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 89
    Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 155
    Bash Dana (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 30
    Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 114
    Berman John (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 55
    Bernstein Carl (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 55
    Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 64
    Borger Gloria (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 55
    Bream Shannon (FOX), Outstanding, Week 10
    Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 91
    Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 252
    Carlson Tucker, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Carter Sara, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 30
    Cavanaugh Jim (MSNBC, Outstanding, Week 44
    Cavuto Neil, (FOX), Satisfactory
    Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
    Chaffetz Jason (FOX), Outstanding, Week 60
    Chang Gordon, Outstanding, Week 38
    Christi Chris, Outstanding, Week 125
    Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 65
    Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 153
    Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 113
    DeGenova Joe, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 19
    Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 108
    Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 82
    Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 111
    Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 63
    Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 53
    Faulkner Harris, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 54
    Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 91
    Gallagher Trace, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 23
    Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 127
    Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 80
    Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 5
    Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 92
    Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 50
    Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
    Holt Lester (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 16
    Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 30
    Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 108
    Ingraham Laura, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 17
    Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 135
    Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 74
    Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 68
    Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 95
    Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
    King John, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
    Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Satisfactory
    Loesch Dana (NRA), Outstanding, Week 23
    Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 148
    Matthews Chris, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 54
    McCaffery Barry, Unsatisfactory, Week 39
    McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 102
    Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 103
    Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 74
    Napolitano, Andrew, Outstanding, Week 23
    O'Donnell Eugene FOX, Unsatisfactory, Week 162
    O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 138
    Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 138
    Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
    Perino Dana, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 21
    Preibus Reince, Outstanding, Week 18
    Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 109
    Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 138
    Reid Joy (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
    Roberts John, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 39
    Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 14
    Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 78
    Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 78
    Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 132
    Scaramucci Anthony, Excellent
    Schulz Ed, (RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 52
    Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory Week 76
    Sexton Buck, Outstanding, Week 40
    Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 74
    Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 289
    Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
    Skinner Kiron, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 40
    Smith Sheppard, (Fox) Unsatisfactory, Week 5
    Steyn Mark, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 10
    Stirewalt Chris, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 42
    Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 85
    Townsend Fran, (CNN), Satisfactory
    Turley Jonathan, Outstanding, Week 54
    Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
    Varney Stuart, (FOX) Excellent
    Wallace Chris, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 15
    Waltz Michael LTC, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 43
    Williams Brian, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
    Williams Juan, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 56
    Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 59

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    15 Aug 2018, 16:10 PST, 3rd Edition

    "DEA Offers Look at New Strategy to Fight Mexican Drug Cartels", con't:
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      "DEA Offers Look at New Strategy to Fight Mexican Drug Cartels".

      If you read the above headline in the news today... forgeddaboudit!!! It's Bullpucky!

      If you've been in this agency for awhile you know that every time we get a new dingbat Administrator the front office comes up with some new, cockamamy crapola about winning the drug war.

      Remember a fruitcake named Tom Constantine? You will recall his bright idea was to put all S/A's in uniforms resembling the NY State police. Right! Uniforms were going to win the drug war!!! And when that idea went into the round file where it belonged, TC thought he'd win the drug war by putting an S&L in charge of our street groups... while at the same time handing out cash grants to PD's whose chiefs promised to vote for TC as the future President of the IACP.

      And remember a tub of lard named Marshall? That moron thought he'd win the drug war by bringing about the firings or resignations of every SA with 15 or more years street experience. Marshall believed our agency needed new blood... i.e., virgin minds he mold into believing he was our agency's greatest superhero. Didn't work out.

      And remember a dork named Tandy? Her bright idea was to ignore the cartels but go after "micro-cartels". And when she wasn't trying to steal everything that wasn't nailed down she went to lunch in siren-blazing caravans.

      Then along came the worst of the worst... Leonhart... who was lucky. Her boss in the WH made it clear that because he used to be an illegal drug user and street dealer, the way to win the drug war was to have DEA agents work inside federal buildings using their telephones to catch criminals... while he pardoned more federal drug felons than every president before him, combined.

      The acting losers since Leonhart aren't worth mentioning because few people even remember their useless names. But now along comes Marshall 'Gunsmoke" Dhillon who says he will clean up Dodge the new old fashion way by going after the cartels... which, coincidentally, the new president of Mexico says he will abolish by granting pardons to all cartel hoods who quit the illegal drug business. (this is a lot like Donald Trump claiming credit for getting the NoKo's to quit testing nuclear weapons when, in fact, the Noko's no longer have any open land left to conduct nuclear tests!!!).

      Folks, the only thing good about a new Administrator coming to us from the outside is that it will take him a year to figure out his senior staff is lying to him about everything... and during that year we can take longer breaks.

      Forget the new clown behind the curtain. He doesn't know his a**hole from the hole in the ground his head is stuck into most of the time. But if we're lucky Trump with combine the ONDCP job with the DEA Administrator job so that Marshall Dhillon can move his office out of our HQ and back to the WH.

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    15 Aug 2018, 11:38 PST, 2nd Edition

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      In 1871 the racist white govts in the South, but mostly in South Carolina, did nothing to stop the cold-blooded, atrocious murders of recently freed black Americans at the hands of Sadistic, racist white terrorists operating under the name, Ku Klux Klan. Many of the murdered blacks, some even children, were severely tortured for hours before being killed. Law enforcement in the South was, for the most part, comprised of the same KKK terrorists who conducted the murders. President Grant sent the Army into South Carolina, arrested many members of the KKK and sent them to prison. Not until the presidency of William Taft, a racist sympathizer, did the KKK appear again 40 years later... only to be allowed by every president since to remain a terrorist organization.

      Today, here in the city where I live and work, a different type of terrorism exists. Today's terrorists in Chicago are not unlike the Sadistic murderers in the 1870's who killed blacks for being black. Today's terrorists in Chicago are blacks who kill other blacks, as did the KKK, for sport... usually on weekends. Hundreds have died. Many more permanently injured for life. Although the worst killings in Chicago occurred during the Administration of the worst president in American history, Barack Obama, the death count is undiminishing under the presidency of Donald Trump who has, to date, done nothing to stop the killings, though he criticized Obama for being cowardly on the matter.

      And just as the white State and City governments in the South during the 1870's were corrupt, and the white LE agencies all but assisted the KKK's murder madness, the white City government in Chicago, exceedingly corrupt, is aided by its police department that contains the same element of blacks wearing badges as the black terrorists on Chicago's streets who do the shootings. Black terrorists kill blacks. Black police officers do nothing to stop the killings.

      President Grant didn't end the murders, they started up forty years later, but he did stop them for a time by sending in the Army. President Trump has refused to send in the National Guard to do the job the City of Chicago and its equally corrupt police department refuses to do... which is arrest the killers, put them in prison, and patrol the city to stop the killings.

      There is a lot being said in the news media today about Trump being a closet racist. He hires as few blacks as possible, and he does nothing to arrest a culture of violence against blacks. He has no personal black advisors. He never visits black districts... preferring to have Uncle Tom blacks visit him in the WH to tell him that he's wonderful for reducing illegal immigration which is now providing more blacks to jobs they were denied for being black.

      President Trump only gets mad when someone expresses dislike for him personally. And he quickly seeks revenge against anyone who speaks out against him. But he does nothing when American citizens require him to take action. The National Guard should be sent to Chicago, and remain in this city until black terrorists stop doing what the KKK is known for... murdering blacks. If President Grant were alive today the murderous weekends in Chicago would come to an end. With President Trump in office, the murders only continue...

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    15 Aug 2018, 10:00 PST, Edition

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      There is only one way to ensure victory over the drug cartels. That way is to destroy the growing fields, wherever they are, by any means necessary to preserve agent's lives. Use napalm. Use herbicides. Use insects. Use anything to destroy illegal drug crops... everywhere.

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    14 Aug 2018, 15:54 PST, 5th Edition

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      The Dem's media isn't giving Omarosa a platform just because she's attacking Trump. They are giving her a platform because they know she was a major WH LEAKER. Anyone who sneakily tapes, sneakily leaks. Get her WH fone record. Check the record for leaks to the media. Then prosecute her.

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    14 Aug 2018, 13:48 PST, 4th Edition

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      Voice and video taping works both ways. Expect some sordid tapes of Omarosa being released by former friends and lovers.

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    14 Aug 2018, 12:51 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Since being suckered by the Democrats into recusing himself from their Russia collusion accusations, Sessions has done zip for his boss. If Sessions does not refer Omarossa for prosecution (illegally taping the President and WH officials) Trump should fire Sessions for failing to uphold national security. Needless to say, Omarassa will predictably use a "Kristian Saucier" pardon-defense... claiming she was only recording memorabilia of her WH service... which Trump needs a competent AG to get in front of NOW!

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    14 Aug 2018, 12:14 PST, 2nd Edition

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      WH Press Secy Sarah Sanders is daily fighting a hostile WH Press Corps. Now that Press Corps is conspiring to ensure some of their more hostile members are allowed to continue asking harassive, adversarial and humiliating questions to Ms. Sanders after she has ignored the offender by calling on another member... who then defers his or her question opportunity back to the offender. When this happens Ms. Sanders should continue to ignore the offender, but also not give the deferrer a second opportunity. And should ALL members of the Press Corps unite to give an offender the floor, Ms. Sanders should terminate the session immediately.

      Press opportunities are provided for the convenience of the Press Corps, not for their control.

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      Ancestry companies that determine a person's family origins from a $90.00 blood test examining DNA needs to include measuring the Neanderthal factor as well as the racial factors.

      We all know that Neanderthal's were all but wiped out by humans many eons ago because Neanderthal's, though physically superior to humans, were incredibly stupid. Endlessly, Neanderthals lost in mortal battles with humans because Neanderthals were too dumb to realize very obvious and common-sense alternatives to losing a battle and, resultingly, being holocausted by the human victor. But, unfortunately for humans, too many humans had mated with Neanderthals before Neanderthal societies were globally wiped out... leaving, now, millions of humans today in possession of Neanderthal DNA, which quite probably accounts for most of the insanely stupid decisions made by people on our planet today.

      Donald Trump, our President, is a prime example of an almost certain descendant of Neanderthal DNA when we look at some of the obviously stupid decisions (and statements) he has made, and some of the obviously intelligent actions he has failed to make. Anyone who repeatedly takes one step forward and three steps back, especially when given good and sound advice to avoid missteps, is definitely a few cards short of a full deck.

      Donald Trump's most obvious indication of Neanderthal ancestry is apparent in the decisions he's made to place mental midgets in charge of federal responsibilities. Mike Mulvaney, Jeff Sessions, Betsy Devos, Scott Pruitt, Ajit Pai are just some of the examples. But today our nation is being thrown into the gutter by Mr. Trump's hiring of a total moron named Omarossa. It never ends. Trump surrounds himself with mental midgets, and even appoints dunces to agencies they have a history of criticizing. Need I mention the idiot he's placed in charge of our agency? Less than a month on the job and most everyone here in HQ is reeling from Dhillon's already apparent lack of enough brain cells to keep his feet moving, let alone combat drug cartels who seem to employ people with zero Neanderthal DNA... which is why our agency isn't winning any battles.

      OPEN REQUEST TO ANCESTRY DOT COM:... PLEASE include a measurement of Neanderthal DNA in your blood test reports. And PLEASE open up a new advertising campaign offering free, public tests to people in leadership jobs!

      Perhaps if we humans can finally and conclusively wipe out the Neanderthal DNA, our country - and our world - will prosper from intelligent and thinking people... instead of the morons who keep circling us in the same non-evolving spiral of gross stupidity!

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      Everyone alive today should remember a decade back when then President George W. Bush was secretly phone-taped making his admission about using cocaine and other illegal drugs. Does anyone ever learn from history???

      Far worse than every bird-brain racist cop who gets caught on film shooting an unarmed citizen in the back, is the president who stupidly doesn't remember the Bush recordings. It seems dumb people never read or watch the news to learn about idiots who get caught, so they do the very same thing.

      And WH chiefs of staff that come from the military, should know better not to be suckered into being recorded by a hostile.

      Omarossa should be prosecuted for making illegal recordings. But Trump and Kelly should be lashed for being so dumb as to let her do it.

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      Our president may be having difficult talks with European leaders who want the US to spend money on their country's defense and who want American citizens to continue suffering from greatly unequal trade, but there is one area where our president can compel EU (and Asian area) leaders to agree with and work aggressively with him on, and that area should be called a Global War on Illegal Drugs.

      And because our president cannot seem to get Jeff 'Slowpoke' Sessions to move fast on anything, Mr. Trump should increase Mr. Dhillon's DEA role to also include Ambassador to the World - separate from the UN - as a member of a new, international war or drugs.

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      Two conditions determine Presidential re-electability. One, the President's challenger is far too frightening to most Americans to replace the current President. Or two, economic well-being has so greatly increased under the new President that no sane American would choose, or dare, to allow a replacement.

      Trump cannot hope to pull an 'Obama victory' because, so far, Democrats do not appear to rally behind anyone as potential;y destructive to American society as Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan posed. Most Americans feared that replacing Obama with Romney would put private-for-profit corporations in charge of Social Security and virtually every other safety-net program.

      Therefore, Trump must rely on the overall economic well-being of American citizens... who are today seeing their short-lived tax savings being stolen by oil companies and landlords. In short, Americans do not appear to be more well off than they were under Obama... and may not be any better off in two years... unless Trump cuts a deal with the Arab oil producing countries to bring the per barrel cost of petroleum down to less than $18.00. And, comes up with some way to halt and reverse rent gouging by merciless landlords. (He can start this himself by slashing rents of Trump Company real estate holdings). $2.00 a gallon gas will re-elect Trump in a landslide. Gas at less than $1.50 a gallon will probably generate a Constitutional amendment to abolish the 22nd Amendment. Gas at less than 90 cents a gallon would create a new religion that had people praying to Donald Trump. When the price of gas goes down, good happens across the board.

      Greed, and/or the stupidity to arrest greed, harms President's.

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      Historically, our country has always been at its highest vulnerability to a national security sneak attack when a sitting, insecure president is overly concerned about his political strength or future.

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      As you requested, the Job Performance Survey allows you to rate the job performance of 'drug war' supervisors from other agencies including Customs FBI State and Local police trooper sheriff marshal executives and US Attorneys as well as Group Supervisors and equivalents. Individuals presenting themselves as news media (NM) are evaluated on the frequency and quality of their illegal drug reporting.

      Ratings in descending order:

      • Outstanding With Honorable Mention
        Outstanding In Excess of Twelve Consecutive Peer Evaluations
      • Outstanding
      • Excellent
      • Satisfactory
      • Unsatisfactory
      • + Rated higher than previously evaluated
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      Alumna Omar, Outstanding, Week 29
      Amass Justin, Outstanding, Week 30
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 100
      Arabit Joe, Outstanding, Week 30
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 122
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 95
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 99
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 89
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 709
      Bersin Alan, Outstanding, Week 39
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 250
      Biden Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 85
      Bolton John (NSA), Outstanding, Week 4
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 208
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory -
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Brown Bill, Satisfactory
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 178
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 94
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 110
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory -
      Carson Ben, Excellent
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 25
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 82
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Coats Dan, Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 168
      Comey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Excellent
      Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding, Week 21
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 39
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 131
      Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 241
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Satisfactory
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 161
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 58
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 151
      Dallas Div Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 19
      Daly Mary (DOJ), Outstanding, Week 19
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 133
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Excellent
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 66
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 122
      Dhillon Uttam, Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 103
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 107
      El Paso Office, Satisfactory
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 15
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 90
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Unsatisfactory -
      Ferguson Michael, Satisfactory
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 112
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 105
      Flores Sarah (DOJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Fuentes Rick, Outstanding, Week 22
      Gabbard Tulsi (Rep. HI), Satisfactory
      Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding, Week 28
      Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 100
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 93
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 42
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 137
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 9
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Excellent
      Grassley Charles, Outstanding, Week 27
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Satisfactory
      Haley Nikki, Unsatisfactory, Week 10
      Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 48
      Haspel Gina, Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 174
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 99
      Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 33
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 104
      Hunter Duncan (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 7
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 39
      Hutchinson Kay Bailey (Amb. NATO), Outstanding, Week 6
      Jackson Ronny Adml (VA), Outstanding, Week 20
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 309
      Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 100
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 16
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 141
      Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 39
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 144
      Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 60
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 137
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 104
      LePage Paul Gov., Satisfactory
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 145
      Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 138
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 270
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 269
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 37
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 93
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Markey Edward (Sen), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Martin John, Outstanding, Week 30
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Satisfactory
      McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      McConnell Mitch, Outstanding, Week 11
      McDaniel Ronny R. (GOP Chair), Outstanding
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory -
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 95
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 66
      Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 50
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 102
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 107
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 181
      New York Office, Excellent
      Nielsen Kirstjen, Satisfactory +
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 64
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 73
      Obama Barack, Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 45
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Paul Rand Sen., Excellent
      PD-Chicago, Unsatisfactory, Week 39
      PD-Los Angeles, Satisfactory
      PD-New York, Satisfactory
      Pence Mike VP, Satisfactory
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Excellent +
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 146
      Pompeo Mike, Satisfactory -
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 69
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 109
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 115
      Putin Vladmir, Satisfactory
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Excellent
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 102
      Roach Barbara, Outstanding, Week 31
      Rosenstein, Rod, Unsatisfactory, Week 58
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 17
      Sallet Jeffrey, Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 180
      San Francisco Division, Excellent
      Scheuer Michael, Outstanding, Week 55
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 11
      Sessions Jeff, Unsatisfactory -
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 90
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 66
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 128
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 71
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 104
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Trudeau Justin, PM Canada, Satisfactory
      Trump Donald, Excellent
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 346
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 144
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 58
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Waters Maxine, Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 88
      Will Candice, Unsatisfactory
      Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 63
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 87
      Wray Chris, Unsatisfactory, Week 18
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 21
      Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 127


      BBC World, Satisfactory
      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 140
      FOX Business, Satisfactory
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 121
      Newsmax, Satisfactory
      One America, Satisfactory
      Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 57


      Acosta Jim (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 12
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 88
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 154
      Bash Dana (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 113
      Berman John (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Bernstein Carl (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 63
      Borger Gloria (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Bream Shannon (FOX), Outstanding, Week 9
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 90
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 251
      Carlson Tucker, (FOX) Satisfactory -
      Carter Sara, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 29
      Cavanaugh Jim (MSNBC, Outstanding, Week 43
      Cavuto Neil, (FOX), Satisfactory
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Chaffetz Jason (FOX), Outstanding, Week 59
      Chang Gordon, Outstanding, Week 37
      Christi Chris, Outstanding, Week 124
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 64
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 152
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 112
      DeGenova Joe, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 18
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 107
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 81
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 110
      Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 62
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 52
      Faulkner Harris, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 90
      Gallagher Trace, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 22
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 126
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 79
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 4
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 91
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 49
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
      Holt Lester (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 29
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 107
      Ingraham Laura, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 134
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 73
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 67
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 94
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Satisfactory -
      Loesch Dana (NRA), Outstanding, Week 22
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 147
      Matthews Chris, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      McCaffery Barry, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 101
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 102
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 73
      Napolitano, Andrew, Outstanding, Week 22
      O'Donnell Eugene FOX, Unsatisfactory, Week 161
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 137
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 137
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Perino Dana, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Preibus Reince, Outstanding, Week 17
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 108
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 137
      Reid Joy (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
      Roberts John, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 38
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 13
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 77
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 77
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 131
      Scaramucci Anthony, Excellent
      Schulz Ed, (RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 51
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory Week 75
      Sexton Buck, Outstanding, Week 39
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 73
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 288
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Skinner Kiron, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 39
      Smith Sheppard, (Fox) Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Steyn Mark, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 9
      Stirewalt Chris, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 41
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 84
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Satisfactory
      Turley Jonathan, Outstanding, Week 24
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Excellent
      Wallace Chris, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Waltz Michael LTC, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 42
      Williams Brian, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 58

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      Someone wrote: "It is said that every man, regardless of his station in life, is seated upon his own ass. Trump goes well beyond that. Trump has one foot on a pedestal and his other foot in a gutter. Methinks we are being led by a (perversely masochistic) moron in our White House."

      Pontius Pilate once asked Jesus Christ, on trial, "What is truth?" Quite stupidly, Jesus arrogantly refused to answer Pilate's question. However, these many many years later many wise men, realizing Jesus had the power to fix many of our world's problems at that time, could have very easily replied to Pilate with this truth: "Truth is what evil men strive to hide."

      Being a wise man, surely wise enough to ask the question he chose, Pilate would have accepted that answer. Jesus would have gone free... and the world would probably have been a better place because Jesus would have survived to demonstrate more miracles... thereby convincing more humans that a higher power does indeed exist.

      I agree... Trump is not a very smart man. Evidence of his sordid associations, along with his unending desire to banter with fellow exhibitionists, reveals his low intellect.

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      Someone wrote: "Jimbo Comey used a simple, basic trick to get a Special Prosecutor appointed to rake Donald Trump, his family, and many of the people Trump knows, over the coals. Comey has indeed proven himself to be far, far more intelligent than the man who likes to claim that he is "really smart"."

      The above writer's analyses is inescapably both rational and irrefutable. Just a few words from Comey and politics in our country have been in constant upheaval ever since. Yes, the writer is correct, Trump could have ended all of the Russia collusion speculation and nonsense that has consumed most of every newsday, at the serious cost of more important news coverage on other subjects being ignored, because Trump refuses to take Executive Action to make all of the nonsense go away simply by allowing the American public to see the truth.

      Trump's fascination with being photographed with big-breasted women, chasing prostitutes and stalking meaningless characters such as Lebron James and Khzir Khan reveals that he is truly a very stupid, low-intellect person. Any person of high intelligence would want the truth revealed and every moment of his or her day spent engaged in highly constructive activity. It is said that every man, regardless of his station in life, is seated on his own ass. Trump goes well beyond that. Trump has one foot on a pedestal and his other foot in a gutter.

      Only a president can de-classify documents. There is no, zero, nada sane nor intelligent or rational reason for Trump to keep the Russia collusion documents classified... after all of this time and torment.

      Methinks we are being led by a (perversely masochistic) moron in our White House.

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      Jimbo Comey used a simple, basic trick to get a Special Prosecutor appointed to rake Donald Trump, his family, and many of the people Trump knows, over the coals. Comey has indeed proven himself to be far, far more intelligent than the man who likes to claim that he is "really smart".

      For over a year Donald Trump has had at his fingertips the power to instantly negate the Special Prosecutor's validity and existence simply by de-classifying all of the Russia collusion documents which will plainly and clearly show that there is no prosecutable justification for continuing a Special Prosecutor investigation. De-classifying all of the documents and so-called evidence will make it crystal clear, even to the most rabid, anti-Trump Democrat, that there is no solid basis to continue the investigation as it was all a hoax and anti-Trump election conspiracy from the start.

      Why doesn't Trump end the Special Prosecutor as simply and easily as Comey created it? The answer is also very simple: Trump is not 'really smart'. Trump is really very stupid.

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      With certain Hispanics succeeding, so far, in seeking to acquire Legislative seats in the US Congress, it is only a matter of time before the socialist agenda that allows for equal distribution of wealth and power will create a very serious division in the United States. Socialism is the precursor to Communism.

      Many Democrats, in seeking to regain control of the US govt have already made clear that they want open borders to our South which will mean job and property loss by American citizens. Not only that, the commercialization (and hence taxation) of legalized marijuana will inevitably lead to non-punishment use of other South American drugs such as cocaine and heroin, to which the Chinese will greatly influence so as to de-stabilize the American military, rendering it incapable of blocking Chinese expansionism in the Pacific... something we stopped Japan from doing sixty years ago with enormous cost.

      Greed and stupidity are rapidly becoming the norm in our govt. We should be sending the active US Army, not Reserve and NG troops, to our Southern border until a wall is completed. We should be raiding thousands of US businesses that knowingly employ illegals. We should be offering cash rewards to our citizens for information leading to the arrest of illegal drug dealers. In short, because we are at war we should be waging war.

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      For decades Colombia was the source of our country's most harmful drugs. Mexico allowed Colombia drug cartels to operate and transport in Mexico. The Colombia cartels declared war on the DEA. Along the way Venezuela decided, in protest to Israel's mistreatment of Palestinians, to stop selling oil to Israel. To convince American Jews that he was not anti-Semite, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, as SecState, decided to upscale the previous Bush Admin covert war on Venezuela to obtain control of that country's oil by declaring Colombia was no longer a drug menace and now a good friend of the US in exchange for Colombia leading covert military ops against Venezuela. All DEA ops against our hemisphere's most notorious illegal drug families in Colombia all but ceased.

      Donald Trump is now in power, with Nikki Haley, and Israeliphile at the UN. Haley has been the tip of the spear in defending Israeli racism against Palestinians under orders from her boss, Trump, who for decades has depended on Jewish controlled banks for construction and property acquisition loans. Yesterday's assassination attempt on the President of Venezuela is being laid on the doorstep of the US-backed Colombia paramilitary that has been funded and supported by our country since Clinton was SecState. Today, Haley, in support of Colombia labeled that country "on the right path", despite firm accusations of the apparent assassination attempt in Venezuela was rooted in Colombia.

      Does anyone in this agency seriously believe that if the increased effort by elements in our government succeed in taking over the Venezuelan government, handing Venezuela's oil assets over to American oil companies, restoring the Venezuela oil flow to Israel, will end the illegal drug ops in Colombia that the Obama and Trump governments are turning a blind eye toward in order to keep Colombia secretly waging war against Venezuela??? And does anyone in this agency seriously believe that if the US-backed Colombia paramilitary succeeds in Venezuela there will be no new efforts by those Colombian paramilitaries to start waging covert war in other Latin American countries, including Mexico???

      What makes us any different than Putin in Russia whom we daily complain about backing covert and military ops in other countries???

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      Late at night and our President is not sleepless over world affairs, rogue rulers or Chinese theft. None of that! Our President chooses to think about two black faggots, neither of whom has an ounce of brains... and far less morality.

      With all of the world leaders our President should be giving thought to, his mind is zeroed in on Lebron James and Don Lemon on CNN... a station he tells his followers to avoid watching.

      I think our President needs some serious mental therapy to re-direct his brain toward more important issues. His wasting even a micro-second of thought on two queers who'd really rather be sucking each other's puds in a Motel Six than masquerading as political thinkers on a TV set is totally bewildering. It's things like this that make Donald J. Trump look like the fruitcakes he chooses to devote mental attention to... and why he and Republicans are not doing even better in the polls...

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      I have said it before. I shall say it again. Solving the problem of the black drug dealer/gangbanger/shooter problem in Chicago is not through the black males committing the crimes. Solving the problem can only be done through the one person who motivates and encourages criminality in the black male. That person is the black mother.

      During Slavery, and even moreso after slaves were freed, white slavers then employers made the black mother the head of the Negro family. They empowered the black female and socially and psychologically castrated the black male in order to subdue him... make him feel he could never accomplish anything of substance in white America. The black female loved having this power over the males in her life. But because the female has never had the competency, nor any other ability, to make use of power, she screws it up. She knows that she needs males to do things she cannot do, principally protect herself. So the black mother raises her sons to ruthlessly perform acts of violence and crime to prevent other mother's sons from accosting her and her daughters. A pattern, a cycle, a culture of perpetual crime and violence becomes a social pattern. Racist whites both make use of black criminality for their profit, but at the same time direct black anti-social violence toward the black community to prevent it from harming white communities.

      Behind every black male in prison, and every black professional criminal on the street is a black mother (or wife or girlfriend, if a mother is physically absent) who is encouraging his bad behavior. De-anti-socialize the black mother and the black son is civilized.

      De-anti-socializing the black woman can only be accomplished two ways: 1) get her married to a man who remains in the home. Or 2) give the black female a job... especially if she is on welfare. Force her off of welfare and into a job. But increase child services for working mothers so that their children are being constructively managed in a surrounding that teaches social values and morality without religious hype. Only by changing the hundreds of years-old culture that has created the black birth-to-crime problem, can the problem be solved, and ended.

      President Johnson first tried this approach in the 1960's that got hundreds of thousands of black women off welfare and into careers. But white racism in the Republican Party ceaselessly worked to destroy Johnson's 'Great Society' approach because black kids were becoming eligible for prized college seats and jobs... something that racist white Republicans detested because they wanted no additional competitors for their white children. But since the 1960's fear that the black population might be as much as fifty or sixty percent of the American population by the year 2000 has not panned out (blacks have not increased their population percentage in more than a hundred years), it is now middle to high income blacks who added to preventing many of their own race from entering into competition for college seats that have increasingly been sold to children of other countries, such as China, the Middle East and East Asia... college seats that were earned by American black children not just by birthright but by the contributions of their ancestors who performed much of the expendable physical labor in building the United States.

      Better income blacks now do more against low-income blacks than racist whites have done since Reconstruction. It is black corruption in cities like Chicago that perpetuates the vicious cycle that now taunts the first President of the United States to come visit this city. President Trump has done more for blacks than even Abraham Lincoln, his Republican Party emancipator. But the wealthy blacks who want Trump to come to Chicago only want the economic benefits to come first to them, and they, in turn, will selectively... repeat, selectively, pass a few crumbs down to some of their lower income city dwellers whom they will exact some form of commission from.

      President Trump does not need to go to Chicago where stray bullets fly like autumn leaves. President Trump needs only to create a jobs program that goes directly to the low income black females and young adults without being coordinated, selectively, by the black social workers, black preachers, and black teachers who have for many decades corruptibly kept more blacks back than helped move forward. And the jobs program need not be a Johnsonian-type government program. The jobs program needs to go from Trump's mouth to the ears of white employers to whom he publicly (or privately) asks to employ more welfare moms and post-High School young adults... and do so directly from employer to employee and not through any third-party job recruiter or work agency.

      Black mothers who are gainfully working won't be encouraging their sons to commit crimes to bring home what couldn't be earned through non-employment. And potential black shooters and drug dealers won't be joining those future-less paths if they are working in jobs that offer a future.

      Donald Trump is the best President blacks could have or hope for. And even moreso now that Barack Obama has proved that having a useless and worthless black president is more harmful by doing nothing than having a racist white president who is limited by the Constitution from being overtly harmful.

      Dear Phill, I thank you for the two hours you have given to me today and I have typed all that I could remember from our conversation. You were born on Chicago's southside. I work here now. I hope you will publish this for me. It's a subject matter that I cannot talk openly about to anyone here in this office... not even the blacks I work with.

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      I cannot agree more with what a 2nd ed writer said about Chicago. It is a city that has been entrenched in both racism and crime since the end of the civil war that brought hundreds of thousands of blacks into that city where the wealthy whites have been exploiting the black population for over a hundred years.

      Worse than the racist whites in Chicago are the black elected officials, all of whom are carbon copies of Obama. They use the black vote to enrich themselves. Obama is the greatest betrayer of black people in the history of our country.

      Now there is talk on the streets about having President Trump come to Chicago. Should not happen. If Trump comes to Chicago he will need MASSIVE protection because Rahm Emanuel and other whites will recruit or encourage every criminal they can get money into the hands of, including blacks, to assassinate Trump. Trump in Chicago would be like Kennedy in Dallas.

      The last thing Emanuel and the whites who profit from cheap black labor and black-on-black drug crime in Chicago want is for Trump to come there and reduce highly profitable crime. The last thing the weasely Obama-blacks in Chicago want is for a white man to come to Chicago and show them up by making right what they have kept wrong for decades upon decades.

      There is another way to fix Chicago... that way is to introduce a large military-cadet program in every High School that provides funded college for every black kid who gets and honorable discharge after a few years in the military. Needless to say, the black kids who are admissible to that program must have a clean police record (no police record). Those that strive as young kids to avoid crime will be rewarded.

      You have to give black kids hope who have never had any real hope because every form of hope was always controlled by others who want only to exploit them for the entirety of their lives... a lot of those lives never see their 30th birthday.

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      The Chicago DEA office seems to perpetually rate Unsatisfactory on the DEA Watch job performance survey... and correctly so.

      Chicago has to be one of the worst DEA offices in our agency, not because we cannot seem to find any black agents willing to brave the mean streets to ferret out the main drug suppliers, but because the city is so corrupt -- starting with the Mayor's office -- that it is almost impossible to make a dent in crime, much less the gang shootings that are almost always drug related.

      The city government is totally corrupt. The CPD is 99% corrupt. And the black civic leaders are too much like Obama and too unlike Malcolm X. It is a city where crime is an art and the primary means of existence.

      Chicago is a city were an FBI/DEA-wanted Mexican druglord can drive into Chicago without any fear of being arrested... and it would not be uncommon to have all police cars banned by the CPD from driving within six blocks of where that drug lord is meeting with his dealers.

      The only way to clean up Chicago is to first reduce, if not remove, the criminals in the CPD that protect the biggest drug dealers... but the Feebs nor DEA will do that. It will take the US military... and a Malcolm X.

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      As you requested, the Job Performance Survey allows you to rate the job performance of 'drug war' supervisors from other agencies including Customs FBI State and Local police trooper sheriff marshal executives and US Attorneys as well as Group Supervisors and equivalents. Individuals presenting themselves as news media (NM) are evaluated on the frequency and quality of their illegal drug reporting.

      Ratings in descending order:

      • Outstanding With Honorable Mention
        Outstanding In Excess of Twelve Consecutive Peer Evaluations
      • Outstanding
      • Excellent
      • Satisfactory
      • Unsatisfactory
      • + Rated higher than previously evaluated
      • - Rated lower than previously evaluated

      Alumna Omar, Outstanding, Week 28
      Amass Justin, Outstanding, Week 29
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 99
      Arabit Joe, Outstanding, Week 29
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 121
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 94
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 98
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 88
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 69
      Bersin Alan, Outstanding, Week 37
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 249
      Biden Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 84
      Bolton John (NSA), Outstanding, Week 3
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 207
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Excellent
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Brown Bill, Satisfactory
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 177
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 93
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 109
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Excellent
      Carson Ben, Excellent
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 24
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 81
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Coats Dan, Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 167
      Comey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Excellent
      Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding, Week 20
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 38
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 130
      Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 240
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Satisfactory
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 160
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 150
      Dallas Div Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 18
      Daly Mary (DOJ), Outstanding, Week 18
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 132
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Excellent
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 65
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 121
      Dhillon Uttam, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 102
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 106
      El Paso Office, Satisfactory
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 14
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 89
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
      Ferguson Michael, Satisfactory
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 111
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 104
      Flores Sarah (DOJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Fuentes Rick, Outstanding, Week 21
      Gabbard Tulsi (Rep. HI), Satisfactory
      Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding, Week 27
      Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 99
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 92
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 41
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 136
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 8
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Excellent
      Grassley Charles, Outstanding, Week 26
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Satisfactory
      Haley Nikki, Unsatisfactory, Week 9
      Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      Haspel Gina, Unsatisfactory, Week 13
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 173
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 98
      Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 32
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 103
      Hunter Duncan (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 6
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      Hutchinson Kay Bailey (Amb. NATO), Outstanding, Week 5
      Jackson Ronny Adml (VA), Outstanding, Week 19
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 99
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 15
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 140
      Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 143
      Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 59
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 136
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 103
      LePage Paul Gov., Satisfactory
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 144
      Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 137
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 269
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 268
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 36
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 92
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Markey Edward (Sen), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Martin John, Outstanding, Week 29
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Satisfactory
      McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      McConnell Mitch, Outstanding, Week 10
      McDaniel Ronny R. (GOP Chair), Outstanding
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Excellent
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 94
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 65
      Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 49
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 101
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 106
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 180
      New York Office, Excellent
      Nielsen Kirstjen, Unsatisfactory, Week 11
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 63
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 72
      Obama Barack, Unsatisfactory, Week 19
      Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 44
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Paul Rand Sen., Excellent
      PD-Chicago, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      PD-Los Angeles, Satisfactory
      PD-New York, Satisfactory
      Pence Mike VP, Satisfactory
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 145
      Pompeo Mike, Excellent
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 68
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 108
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 114
      Putin Vladmir, Satisfactory
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Excellent
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 101
      Roach Barbara, Outstanding, Week 30
      Rosenstein, Rod, Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Sallet Jeffrey, Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 179
      San Francisco Division, Excellent
      Scheuer Michael, Outstanding, Week 54
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 10
      Sessions Jeff, Satisfactory
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 89
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 65
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 127
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 70
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 103
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Trudeau Justin, PM Canada, Satisfactory
      Trump Donald, Excellent
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 345
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 143
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 57
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Waters Maxine, Unsatisfactory, Week 51
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 87
      Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 62
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 86
      Wray Chris, Unsatisfactory, Week 17
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 126


      BBC World, Satisfactory
      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 139
      FOX Business, Satisfactory
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 120
      Newsmax, Satisfactory
      One America, Satisfactory
      Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 56


      Acosta Jim (CNN), Unsatisfactory
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 11
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 87
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 153
      Bash Dana (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 112
      Berman John (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Bernstein Carl (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 62
      Borger Gloria (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Bream Shannon (FOX), Outstanding, Week 8
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 89
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 250
      Carlson Tucker, (FOX) Excellent
      Carter Sara, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 28
      Cavanaugh Jim (MSNBC, Outstanding, Week 42
      Cavuto Neil, (FOX), Satisfactory
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Chaffetz Jason (FOX), Outstanding, Week 58
      Chang Gordon, Outstanding, Week 36
      Christi Chris, Outstanding, Week 123
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 63
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 151
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 111
      DeGenova Joe, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 17
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 106
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 80
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 109
      Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 61
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 51
      Faulkner Harris, (FOX) Unsatisfactory -
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 89
      Gallagher Trace, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 21
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 125
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 69
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 3
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 90
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 48
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
      Holt Lester (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 28
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 106
      Ingraham Laura, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 133
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 72
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 66
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 93
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Loesch Dana (NRA), Outstanding, Week 21
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 146
      Matthews Chris, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      McCaffery Barry, Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 100
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 101
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 72
      Napolitano, Andrew, Outstanding, Week 21
      O'Donnell Eugene FOX, Unsatisfactory, Week 160
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 136
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 136
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Perino Dana, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 19
      Preibus Reince, Outstanding, Week 16
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 107
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 136
      Reid Joy (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
      Roberts John, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 37
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 12
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 76
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 76
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 130
      Scaramucci Anthony, Excellent
      Schulz Ed, (RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 50
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory Week 74
      Sexton Buck, Outstanding, Week 38
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 72
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 287
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Skinner Kiron, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 38
      Smith Sheppard, (Fox) Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Steyn Mark, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 8
      Stirewalt Chris, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 40
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 83
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Satisfactory
      Turley Jonathan, Outstanding, Week 23
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Excellent
      Wallace Chris, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 13
      Waltz Michael LTC, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 41
      Williams Brian, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 57

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      Many Iowa farmers want IA to become a maarijuana growth state.

      Historically, the most famous missing person cases in the US have shared one horribly common element... the missing person was located in the one place that LE searchers conscientiously concluded would be a waste of time to look.

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      Finally, a US president is going after the true cause of illegal immigration: the US employers who hire them.

      Trump would go one better by also going after landlords who knowingly rent to illegal immigrants. But being a rent-gouging landlord himself, we can't expect Trump to go after his own kind... still, we hope he one day will.

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      President George W. Bush said, for months, that there were "no plans to invade Iraq on my desk" until the day he took those plans out of a desk drawer and placed them on top of his desk.

      Today, July 27th, SecDef Mattis told the American public, Iran and the rest of the world, that he had no plan to invade Iran (next month). Mattis had better be telling the truth. Because if he is lying, Trump can kiss his presidency goodbye.

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      Cabinet appointees by a new President almost always rankle the opposing voters of the political party that lost the election. However, when a new appointee rankles voters to the point re-elections may swing on the decisions of an individual cabinet member rather than on his boss in the Oval office, the sitting president needs to be concerned... especially during times of highly divided or highly energized periods. We are in one of those periods today, and have been since George W. Bush was soundly defeated in no less a surprise to Republicans as the 2016 defeat by Hilary Clinton was to Democrats.

      Currently, President Trump has appointed several individuals that pose a serious risk to him in 2020, and to a lesser but non-ignorable degree in November of this year. Those appointees are Ryan Zinke, Betsy Devos, Mick Mulvaney, Scott Pruitt and Ajit Pai. What makes these five individuals so dangerous to Trump's re-election is that they make decisions for their agencies that affect virtually the entire American public either directly or indirectly. And what makes all of these five so critical in their affecting the way individual Americans cast their vote for the man who gave them say over the lives of virtually every American is the fact that their decisions almost always veer toward increasing the profits of corporations at the disastrous expense of consumers.

      President Trump would do well to replace these five with moderate appointees who more often side with the TRUE majority of the American people... and not the majority of business associations, corporations and investors whom bad appointees foolishly make the mistake of believing employers influence the way their employees vote.

      To a lesser degree, and not related to areas of corporate greed and abuse that the above cater to, AG Jeff Sessions and DAG Rod Rosenstein are also liabilities. However, almost no Americans cast votes on the actions or decisions of DAG's.

      To be blunt, AG Sessions should have never recused himself from responsibility over the Democrat's accusations of Russian collusion. DAG Rosenstein would a non-factor had he not been elevated to take charge of the Russian collusion investigation. AG Sessions, as trade-off for not recusing himself, should have simply declared that if he found it necessary to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate/prosecute any Russian collusion, the Special Counsel would offer zero criminal referrals for ANY person included in the investigation until AFTER the Special Counsel concluded his/her investigation and issued a final report.

      Doing that would have solved the persistently annoying dilemma of appointing Special Counsels who roam far afield of their original mandate, and always finds shadows of possible dishonesty among those being investigated that may require a courtroom to deal with. However, unless a pending Statue of Limitations is a factor for any non-collusion prosecution required of a witness or subject found by Robert Mueller, non-collusion prosecutions could have easily waited until after the primary collusion peep was finalized.

      AG Sessions should un-recuse himself today, citing this new policy (which should be adopted for all future Special Counsel/Prosecutor matters). Sessions could say, "I am un-recusing myself today and taking full administrative control over the Special Prosecutor. I have signed a new authorization for the Special Counsel allowing him to research any matter directly or indirectly related to the possibility of Russian collusion. However, should any non-collusion possible crimes or misdemeanors be uncovered by the Special Prosecutor during his primary investigation, there will be no criminal or extra-investigational decisions or releases made about those matters until after the primary investigation is completed."

      No doubt, even Ken Starr would agree.

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      As you requested, the Job Performance Survey allows you to rate the job performance of 'drug war' supervisors from other agencies including Customs FBI State and Local police trooper sheriff marshal executives and US Attorneys as well as Group Supervisors and equivalents. Individuals presenting themselves as news media (NM) are evaluated on the frequency and quality of their illegal drug reporting.

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      • Outstanding With Honorable Mention
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      • Outstanding
      • Excellent
      • Satisfactory
      • Unsatisfactory
      • + Rated higher than previously evaluated
      • - Rated lower than previously evaluated

      Alumna Omar, Outstanding, Week 27
      Amass Justin, Outstanding, Week 28
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 98
      Arabit Joe, Outstanding, Week 28
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 120
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 93
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 97
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 87
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 68
      Bersin Alan, Outstanding, Week 36
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 248
      Biden Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 83
      Bolton John (NSA), Outstanding, Week 2
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 206
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Excellent
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory -
      Brown Bill, Satisfactory
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 176
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 92
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 108
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Excellent
      Carson Ben, Excellent
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 23
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 80
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory -
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 166
      Comey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 13
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Excellent
      Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding, Week 19
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 37
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 129
      Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 239
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Satisfactory
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 159
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 149
      Dallas Div Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 17
      Daly Mary (DOJ), Outstanding, Week 17
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 131
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Excellent
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 64
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 120
      Dhillon Uttam, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 101
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 105
      El Paso Office, Satisfactory
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 13
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 88
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
      Ferguson Michael, Satisfactory
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 110
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 103
      Flores Sarah (DOJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Fuentes Rick, Outstanding, Week 20
      Gabbard Tulsi (Rep. HI), Satisfactory
      Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding, Week 26
      Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 98
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 91
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 40
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 135
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 7
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Excellent
      Grassley Charles, Outstanding, Week 25
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Satisfactory
      Haley Nikki, Unsatisfactory, Week 8
      Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 46
      Haspel Gina, Unsatisfactory, Week 12
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 172
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 97
      Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 31
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 102
      Hunter Duncan (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 5
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Hutchinson Kay Bailey (Amb. NATO), Outstanding, Week 4
      Jackson Ronny Adml (VA), Outstanding, Week 18
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 98
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 14
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 139
      Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 142
      Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 58
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 135
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 102
      LePage Paul Gov., Satisfactory
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 143
      Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 136
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 268
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 267
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 35
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 91
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Markey Edward (Sen), Unsatisfactory -
      Martin John, Outstanding, Week 28
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Satisfactory
      McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      McConnell Mitch, Outstanding, Week 9
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Excellent
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 93
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 64
      Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 48
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 100
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 105
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 179
      New York Office, Excellent
      Nielsen Kirstjen, Unsatisfactory, Week 10
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 62
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 71
      Obama Barack, Unsatisfactory, Week 18
      Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 43
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Paul Rand Sen., Excellent
      PD-Chicago, Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      PD-Los Angeles, Satisfactory
      PD-New York, Satisfactory
      Pence Mike VP, Satisfactory
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 144
      Pompeo Mike, Excellent
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 67
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 107
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 113
      Putin Vladmir, Satisfactory
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Excellent
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 100
      Roach Barbara, Outstanding, Week 29
      Rosenstein, Rod, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Sallet Jeffrey, Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 178
      San Francisco Division, Excellent
      Scheuer Michael, Outstanding, Week 53
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 9
      Sessions Jeff, Satisfactory
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 88
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 64
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 126
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 69
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 102
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Trudeau Justin, PM Canada, Satisfactory
      Trump Donald, Excellent
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 344
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 142
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 56
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Waters Maxine, Unsatisfactory, Week 50
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 86
      Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 61
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 85
      Wray Chris, Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 19
      Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 125


      BBC World, Satisfactory
      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 138
      FOX Business, Satisfactory
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 119
      Newsmax, Satisfactory
      One America, Satisfactory
      Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 55


      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 10
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 86
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 152
      Bash Dana (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 111
      Berman John (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Bernstein Carl (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 61
      Borger Gloria (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Bream Shannon (FOX), Outstanding, Week 7
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 88
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 249
      Carlson Tucker, (FOX) Excellent
      Carter Sara, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 27
      Cavanaugh Jim (MSNBC, Outstanding, Week 41
      Cavuto Neil, (FOX), Satisfactory
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Chaffetz Jason (FOX), Outstanding, Week 57
      Chang Gordon, Outstanding, Week 35
      Christi Chris, Outstanding, Week 122
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 62
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 150
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 110
      DeGenova Joe, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 16
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 105
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 79
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 108
      Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 60
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 50
      Faulkner Harris, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 51
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 88
      Gallagher Trace, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 20
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 124
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 67
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 2
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 89
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 47
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
      Holt Lester (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 13
      Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 27
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 105
      Ingraham Laura, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 132
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 71
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 65
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 92
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Loesch Dana (NRA), Outstanding, Week 20
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 145
      Matthews Chris, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 51
      McCaffery Barry, Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 99
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 100
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 71
      Napolitano, Andrew, Outstanding, Week 20
      O'Donnell Eugene FOX, Unsatisfactory, Week 159
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 135
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 135
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Perino Dana, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 18
      Preibus Reince, Outstanding, Week 15
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 106
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 135
      Reid Joy (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
      Roberts John, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 36
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 11
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 75
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 75
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 129
      Scaramucci Anthony, Excellent
      Schulz Ed, (RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 49
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory Week 73
      Sexton Buck, Outstanding, Week 37
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 71
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 286
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Skinner Kiron, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 37
      Smith Sheppard, (Fox) Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Steyn Mark, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 7
      Stirewalt Chris, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 39
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 82
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Satisfactory
      Turley Jonathan, Outstanding, Week 22
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Excellent
      Wallace Chris, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 12
      Waltz Michael LTC, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 40
      Williams Brian, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 56

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      Today the WH refused to permit a sleaze from CNN to cover a Presidential event. Good decision by Huckabee-Sanders!

      Some in this agency may remember back in 1992 when then President George W. Bush refused to answer any "sleazy questions" from CNN's WH reporter, Mary Tilotson... who was subsequently demoted to a non-political talk show on CNN to live out her contract. After that she was never to be seen on TV as a reporter again.

      CNN is a sleaze network. Too many CNN reporters live in a gutter. The WH needs to ban more sleazey reporters. In fact, the WH needs to go one better: A year or so ago someone penned a piece on The Watch calling for President Trump to create a WH news channel. That was a good idea over a year ago... and an even better idea today.

      No one in this agency should talk to anyone from CNN.

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      Someone wrote: "It took President Trump well over a year to consider revoking the security clearances of certain people. His mind works slow because he spends too much time doing tabloid nonsense."

      This is so very true!

      Well over six months ago, right after Trump announced he would be imposing tariffs, I recall reading in The Watch when someone said Trump should grant relief to farmers by buying up the products they couldn't sell abroad. That was a good suggestion. But Trump, who's mind works very slow, only got around to making this public yesterday. Had Trump publicly told American companies and farmers six months ago that the federal govt would take their unsellable inventory off their hands, his critics in Congress would have been staved off and our competitors in China and Europe may have decided not to attempt to penalize American producers because their president was merely asking for trade fairness among nations... and a stop to other countries ripping off the US. Trump's biggest problem is that he spends so much time on silly nonsense he does not have time to spend on critical essentials... there is only so much time in a day. When you are President of the US you cannot waste a moment of that time on females with big boobs.

      No doubt when foreign growers of illegal drugs opt to ramp up their hostility toward the US, Trump will finally get around to taking reciprocal action against the governments who have (intentionally) failed to reign in their illegal drug criminals.

      P.S. Trump also never mentions the Coast Guard... and they confiscate more illegal drugs than we do in DEA.

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      Always remember that your FB or Twitter account is not yours. It belongs to FB or Twitter, who allows you to use it... to your own benefit or detriment.

      Always, always keep in mind that you are your own best salesperson, or you are your own worst nightmare. Don't trust anyone in a public place. If you wouldn't talk loudly in a restaurant, don't do so on FB or Twitter. You are always being watched by someone who doesn't like you... or someone who wants to take advantage of you.

      Don't get involved with sobsters who express their personal weaknesses or problems on FB or Twitter, because you may feel it is okay to reciprocate. It is not! Keep your personal problems to yourself, or discuss them in private.

      Never trust a friend on FB or Twitter with a confidence you would never reveal to that person privately.

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      Someone wrote: "It took President Trump well over a year to consider revoking the security clearances of certain people. His mind works slow because he spends too much time doing tabloid nonsense."

      Sleaze, porn, prostitutes, clowns and bozos are the stuff that Trump's history is made of. Although because he was once a movie star, even Ronald Reagan made the supermarket tabloids, but Reagan's appearance in them was dignified. Trump's appearances in them have always been gutter-print.

      Reagan was of a more dignified generation. Reagan knew and met personally with the great players of WW2, Patton, Ike, Marshall, Churchill, etc. Trump knows only those names no mother would want their son or daughter to ever meet.

      Trump's idea of defeating the Russians, North Koreans and Iranians is by talking louder and threatening bigger than the leaders on the other side. Reagan defeated the Soviet Union by breaking them down and forcing the Russians to acknowledge they could never defeat the US.

      Along with encouraging the Russians to blow-out their economy simply by out-spending them militarily, Reagan also employed Hollywood in the Cold War by adding his endorsement to produce big-budget Cold War books and movies by having Caspar Weinberger (then SecDef) to enthusiastically promote the making and sales of written and film products intended to overwhelm and intimidate Soviet leaders. Along with providing military and intell agency help in book writer's and filmmaker's Cold War products, Reagan demanded that their works give due respect to Soviet military expertise and technology, but in a highly exaggerated form that the Soviets themselves knew they never possessed, which made it all the more disconcerting for them when, by the final chapter or final reel, their American adversaries out-smarted, out-maneuvered and out-gunned them.

      Reagan opened the military and intel vaults to writers such as Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum, Marc Greany and others who made blockbuster Cold War films such as Eye Of The Needle, Code Name: Emerald, War And Remembrance, White Knights, Night Crossing, Red Heat, The Whistle Blower, The Fourth Protocol, Firefox, No Way Out, Rocky IV, Judgment In Berlin, Enigma, The Jigsaw Man, Wargames, etc., that audiences the world over loved... even in Soviet bloc countries.

      Reagan won the Cold War without firing a shot, and without threatening to fire a shot. Trump is a NY street ruffian who believes out-shouting defeats rivals and enemies... which is why the Chinese are playing Trump with North Korea; Putin gets Trump to wimp out on world TV; and the Ayatollah in Iran is truly as fearless of the United States as he says.

      Ronald Reagan read military plans and studied American firepower. Trump golfs and plays with TV actors and supermarket tabloid queens. As someone who enlisted during WW2 despite his physical ailments that kept him out of the fight in Europe (along with Josef Goebbels placing a bounty on Reagan's head for starring in anti-Nazi film projects and promotions), Trump frantically sought ways to avoid even serving Stateside in uniform.

      Some of the men and women appointed to Reagan's cabinet and run his agency's were not liked by all, but were respected by all because they were people of high competency. Trump goes out of his way to appoint clowns, morons and thieves whom he knows will damage the agency's they are assigned to.

      Reagan came into office to correct the failures of post-Eisenhower presidents who failed to do more for America and against our adversaries. Trump came into office with the sole mission of erasing his predecessor from history, including the Obama initiatives that made sense because they were truly needed.

      Trump's pardoning of an unrepentant African-American drug felon last month whom even Obama denied relief to has prompted the governor of NY to grant unsolicited pardons to illegal drug dealers in order to prevent them from qualifying for deportation. Trump isn't helping. Trump bad ideas are only prompting other executives to emulate him. And just as Patterson spoke not a peep in protest to having Trump wipe out all the work DEA did to put and keep Alice Johnson from recovering her stashed drug loot, Uttam Dhillon is noticeably silent over Gov. Cuomo sticking his finger in Trump's chest today.

      Trump isn't making America great. He's only making us look silly. And the Hannity-like idiots on FOX who like to patronize us by saying our "rank and file" are dismayed with the actions of our senior suits have got it completely wrong. We are not dismayed at what they did, but at the stupidly clumsy and the embarrassingly idiotic way they did it. Mr. Hoover must be rolling over in his grave with rage at the Comey-Clan bunglers who were so used to working for a sissy in the WH they lost sight of how successful operations are supposed to run, and never to be discovered.

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      Very soon there will be Democrats who will either protest the named security clearance revocations as illegal or improper, or they will create legislation to prevent those revocations. Some Democrats will not want to lose a single anti-Trump voice.

      But if Democrats go as far as doing anything legislatively to prevent the named revocations, Trump should fire back by re-employing Rob Porter into ANY WH job... so that Hope Hicks will also return. Trump NEEDS the kids who were steadfastly loyal to him. (Porter could have been re-assigned, but never let go! Doing so was incredibly stupid on Trump's part.)

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      It took President Trump well over a year to consider revoking the security clearances of certain people. His mind works slow because he spends too much time doing tabloid nonsense. Any more delay in revoking the clearances of the people named so far could be very costly to our national security. And this is the biggest disadvantage in Trump keeping Sessions on board even 24 hours after Sessions recused himself. Trump needs to relieve Sessions yesterday because Sessions should have made today's security revocation recommendations no later than June of 2017. And it is common sense that anyone who is asked to hit the door, such as the former DEA Administrator (Leonhart) under Obama should have their clearances immediately revoked. It also goes without saying that Special Counsels should have their clearances severely restricted solely to the primary subject of their investigation.

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      Someone wrote: "...One talker is strongly advising Trump not to view America's success against Iraq as any reason to think we will do as well on the battlefield against Iran because Saddam had a very divided army with more than 75% being Shia, who largely surrendered so quickly we were stunned. Iran does not have a divided Army. They will fight us and they will go after Israel, which would never withstand Iran's human-wave warfare."

      The above is 100% correct. Saddam lost the war because the bulk of his Army (and his nation) were Shia. Shia will not faithfully serve a Sunni leadership. (Saddam was Sunni). This is why the Shah was expelled and his son will NEVER regain the Iranian throne. The Shah was Persian, Iran is predominantly Shia.

      Israel knows the distinct difference. Israel knows it will lose any war with Iran, as it knew it would lose a war with Iraq despite Iraq being mostly Shia... because whether one is Persian, Shia or Sunni, all Muslims know how distrusting and scheming Israeli Jews are and have always been since the days of their forty-year merciless rampage of Arab city-states following their Exodus from Egypt in which the concept of 'holocaust' was invented and carried out by Israel marching back to the so-called 'Promised Land' they were evicted from a half-century prior by Persia.

      Israel needs the US to destroy military-powerful Muslim countries and Donald Trump and his Israeli-American son-in-law, along with the Israeli-American banks and lenders the Trump Co's rely upon, along with the predominantly Jewish FOX news, will repeat their 2001-2003 media blitz to whip up the American public into turning Iran into another Palestine, Tijuana, and Iraq... tossed back into a past Century.

      Trump is leading America, as Bush did, on a dishonest path to war. The Iranians will be compelled to restore their nuclear arms work to ensure no American army or air force threatens them. Trump needs to be impeached for collaborating against peace. The never-ending conflict between Persians and Jews, Muslims and Jews, white supremacists and Jews is not an American problem. And Americans should not, again, allow a predominantly Jewish-controlled news media to cost them trillions of wasted dollars and thousands of American lives.

      America's only war should be against the criminal (mostly illegal drug) enterprises that fund the terror and covert actions of nations, including Israel. And this can be accomplished simply by Americans uniting to destroy illegal drug crops anywhere they are grown. No drug money... no terror and covert military funding.Signed,
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      My pal Mike reports that commo between the WH and Israel, and commo between State and Israel is approaching the same highs as in 2002 when Bush Jr and Benjamin Netanyahu were exchanging words on how and when to invade Iraq. Mike reports from word overheard that Trump is not just seeking but arranging for war with Iran.

      One talker is strongly advising Trump not to view America's success against Iraq as any reason to think we will do as well on the battlefield against Iran because Saddam had a very divided army with more than 75% being Shia, who largely surrendered so quickly we were stunned. Iran does not have a divided Army. They will fight us and they will go after Israel, which would never withstand Iran's human-wave warfare.

      Mike also reports about another talker who is telling the President to prepare for the loss of Saudi oil should we destroy much of Iran's infrastructure with air attacks that Russia will be compelled to assist Iran against. The talker advised the following: "If you hurt Iran you must be prepared to do the same to Saudi Arabia because the Saudi's, after the Iranians, having the next-largest Muslim Army, will soon become Netanyahu's future target. Israel views any Muslim country with a large military to be its enemy. Israel entire existence for the past 3,000 years has been war. War is all Jews know. And the US will be called upon by Israel for a third time to attack a Muslim country. Be prepared."

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      Someone wrote: "A lot of us thought that things would change with Trump in the WH. But it's only gotten worse. Trump does not like DEA, he almost never mentions us. Part of the reason is because Trump kept too many Obama people in all of Main's agencies instead of cleaning house in January 2017."

      I disagree with that reason. I think the real reason why Trump hasn't mentioned us, nor wants to even acknowledge us as a necessary component in eliminating drugs is because Trump is like most Republicans who want to do everything on the cheap. Trump has told himself that most drugs are carried across the border by illegal immigrants. Therefore, the least expensive way to fight drugs is to fight illegal immigration so as to kill two birds with one stone... or rather, spend the least amount of dollars.

      If Trump felt that he could get away with eliminating DEA and transferring all DEA employees over to ICE or BP he would. Obviously, a good percentage of DEA employees who aren't midway to retirement would quit, saving the fed a lot of money.

      Trump is a rent-gouging businessman. His only concern for social problems is the cost in either getting rid of them of letting them continue if the income exceeds the cost. And because Trump knows that a lot of corporate and rent money comes from illegal drug trafficking, his concern about getting rid of illegal drugs is evident in his all but completely ignoring our agency exists... which is why he sent us his slug Dhillon who is wearing DEA like a new pair of shoes he plans to get the most out of until the AG spot comes open after Sessions who may survive until shortly after the November election... at best. Rest assured that it Trump loses either the House or Senate, Sessions will be gone faster than you can say 'impeachment'.

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      About thirty years ago someone came up with an idea, as a test case, to try to clean up one drug ravaged city by concentrating massive resources inside that city to seek out every possible drug dealer and user, and throw fright into the hearts and minds of any who previously felt immune from DEA. The proposal was titled, "One City At A Time". Of course, nothing came of it because every SAC at the time, except for a new SAC named Heard, didn't want to attempt it. Some SAC's stated that moving a lot of resources to one area would increase drug trafficking in other areas to a level that might be irreparable. It was a flimsy cop-out because the real truth was that most SAC's feared that if the 'One City' idea succeeded and grew they might be out of a job since success meant that districts could be re-bordered on a larger basis due to less manpower needed in the current district size. The other fear was that local LE, which would also be needed, would not fully cooperate because local LE corruption maintains profit for organized crime. Organized crime could not exist without local LE taking a cut of the loot.

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      45 years ago DEA was 1811 driven. S/A's were in charge. Not anymore. Over the past 25-30 years every non-1811 dept wanted badges and guns, and if not those they wanted to be highest on the Totem Pole. They succeeded by manipulating their once-1811 support function into an 1811-dependent function. Today there isn't much any 1811 can do without a dozen competing depts trying to assert they are in control. The 'Clark Kent's' in DEA now dictate how our Supermen function.

      In laymen's terms it's called 'sibling rivalry'... which is all the more worse when a parent (an Administrator) encourages and rewards it. None of the kids lead the pack because they are all dysfunctional. And it will take a very severe drug crisis to get this agency back into its original mode. (The old crack, the new meth and even the newer opioid messes aren't bad enough to foster change.) Not until things start falling apart (especially our military or national infrastructure mechanisms) will we be in a severe enough drug crisis to warrant overhauling DEA into being more enforcement and less administration... like we were originally.

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      The DEA Watch editor wrote: "DEA is now 45 years ago, but not much like the agency it was back then. 45 years ago the driving goal was to find, then destroy, the root sources of illegal drugs wherever they were in the world so that few, if any Americans could obtain them. Today the mission appears to be to avoid the illegal drug sources and deal only with the most easily catchable sellers."

      Although I agree that our OS offices today confine 99% of their work in foreign countries as information collection, as opposed to yesteryear when our agents in other countries worked 99% on enforcement, many factors have changed DEA. In other words, the wimps and sissies we have on board today don't even know what DEA was like 45 years ago. Some of them weren't even born.

      Successive illegal drug using presidents have watered-down DEA. And too many completely dud-head and destructive Administrators, with Michele Leonhart at the top of the list, completely altered our day-to-day ops. Yes, it's true that we are today more like a glorified inner-city narc squad with federal badges, but the great majority of the kids in this outfit today only know the history of our agency through the eyes of TV actors portraying DEA agents. A kid will only do what it's parent taught him to do, and our training today is not designed to eliminate illegal drugs. Our training today is how to survive a back-stabbing bureaucracy until the first pension check arrives.

      A lot of us thought that things would change with Trump in the WH. But it's only gotten worse. Trump does not like DEA, he almost never mentions us. Part of the reason is because Trump kept too many Obama people in all of Main's agencies instead of cleaning house in January 2017.

      As for the future, I don't see any changes for the better because you can't teach an old dog new tricks. You won't get females and sissies in DEA to be more aggressive. The females will often get pregnant the moment they get assigned to a group that has a real work history. And the sissies will put in for an admin slot. Few people actually WANT to work. Most people just want to retire. And not until we do get a president who says "enough is enough" with all the drug crap, and doesn't rely mostly on ICE, Customs and BP to stop illegal drugs, will anything change. But the fault is not so much with the pukes, lazies and street-shy in DEA, the fault is with our crappy federal leadership and over-reliance of S&Ls. And too many of them are criminals working with drug gangs.

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      A good number of men who are "DEA Plankowners" (aka Jurassics), who were on the payroll during DEA's birth 45 years ago were, like me, in Vietnam fighting illegals drugs when the man I answered to Robert "Harry" Haldeman, first took a stack of papers he spent weeks preparing into the Oval Office for President Nixon's signature. It took another two and a half few years for DEA to be established by Congress.

      DEA is now 45 years ago, but not much like the agency it was back then. 45 years ago the driving goal was to find, then destroy, the root sources of illegal drugs wherever they were in the world so that few, if any Americans could obtain them. Today the mission appears to be to avoid the illegal drug sources and deal only with the most easily catchable sellers. Times have changed because America still does not have a President like Richard Nixon who truly wants to eliminate illegal drugs.

      The mission of the DEA agent in the 1973 was to uncompromisingly win the drug war. The mission of most DEA agents today appears to be to milk a federal payroll for retirement. DEA was once a noble crusade. Today DEA appears to be just another career for too many... rather than work for the Post Office.

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