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22 Apr 2018, 12:04 PST, 2nd Edition

"Stat stealing is on its way out":
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    Once upon a time we allowed soon-to-be retirees and agents removed from the street due to previous wounds to ride herd on 'stat stealing' by assigning them to write DEA (reports) on illegal drug cases initiated and processed by other agencies. Those stats made us look like our agency was at the tip of the spear. But under the Constantine-Marshall purge a lot of our 'stat stealers' (a respectable title in the beginning) were forced to retire or resign due to Constantine's insanity and Donnie's paranoia. Our ever-growing numbers of female and fattie 1811's immediately swooped-in on the vacated stat stealing jobs just so that they could to avoid leaving the office except to go home at night. Constantine's closing all of our district PI offices also made it hard for offices to go on TV claiming ownership of drug cases we took from S&L's. Gradually, stat stealing became the order of the day under Leonhart to the point that we were making more 'cases' from other agency's paperwork than by actually investigating and arresting drug criminals ourselves.

    President Trump's recent decision to exclude anyone from our agency from appearing at a news conference signaled that he will not tolerate us claiming (stealing) case-closed credit off the backs of the Coast Guard or any other agency. It looks like we are going to have to get off our butts and do some work ourselves.

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21 Apr 2018, 11:32 PST, 2nd Edition

"Excerpt from book titled... 'Case Histories In Winning The Drug War' ":
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    "Arnie Slezak was a habit-loving cocaine user. He enjoyed nightlife and getting high. Arnie was also a base-pay six-figure Wall Street broker who netted well over seven figures the previous year in bonuses alone. On the night of January 27th, last, Arnie was the victim of a skillful pick-pocket at a downtown restaurant, Chez Paul's. The loss of his wallet and the inch-and-a-half pile of valuable cards, pictures, cash and personal items contained within kept Arnie nervously awake the entire night. The following morning Arnie received an anonymous phone call from a young, female voice informing Arnie that she discovered that her boyfriend found Arnie's wallet on a street corner and she would like to return it to him, minus the cash that her boyfriend spent. Delighted to learn that he would not have to report to over a dozen banks the loss of their credit cards, and gleeful that his personal items would again be his, Arnie arranged to meet the un-named caller that night in a secluded location outside a city park that would preserve her anonymity.

    "That night Arnie arrived at the dark and secluded location, to find a black van with an attractive young woman seated behind the wheel. Just as Arnie approached the van a side door opened, erupting four black-clad men who quickly pulled a hood over Arnie's head, injected him with a sleep substance, pulled him into the van, and swiftly drove away.

    "An hour later Arnie awoke blindfolded and handcuffed to a chair. An extremely bright light could barely be seen through the blindfold... it's radiating heat telling Arnie he was naked. An hour later Arnie heard the voice of a male asking, "Hi Arnie, tell me from whom you buy your cocaine?"

    "Startled, Arnie denied ever using cocaine. But the voice asked again. Arnie pled for his release. The voice repeated only the same question. Drained of having his pleas and declarations of innocence ignored, Arnie finally admitted the name of his cocaine dealer. The male voice then asked, "And where do you meet your dealer?" Arnie coughs up several locations. The voice then asks, "What is your dealer's name, and describe him?" Arnie reveals all.

    "Arnie then hears paper unfolding. The voice speaks as though reading. "Nothing happened tonight, Arnie. You will be released to go home. You will not report anything about this night to anyone. We will be watching you. Just as we easily lifted your wallet from your pocket in Chez Paul's, we can take you again anytime we want. If we have to take you again, the next time will not be as pleasant as tonight."

    "Still shaken the next morning, a colorless Arnie returned to work... with little desire for cocaine in the future.

    "Within days Arnie's dealer endured a similar fate, but with no return to his life. The dealer's supplier also suffered the same disappearance. Before long, with repeated occurrences, the amount of cocaine on the city's streets dropped to pre-1950 levels. The city's police department Missing Person's Bureau, however, found itself experiencing a large number of disappearances... case files to be eventually stamped closed as: Unsolvable."

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Aleman Omar, Outstanding, Week 13
Amash Justin, Outstanding, Week 14
Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 84
Arabit Joe, Outstanding, Week 14
Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 106
Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 79
Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 83
Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 73
Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 54
Bersin Alan, Outstanding, Week 22
Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 234
Biden Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 14
Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 69
Bolton John (NSA), Outstanding +
Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 192
Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 87
Brown Bill, Satisfactory
Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 40
Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 162
Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 78
Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 94
Camarena Enrique Jr, Excellent
Carson Ben, Excellent
Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 10
Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 66
Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Satisfactory
Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 6
Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 152
Comey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 10
Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding, Week 5
Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 23
Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 115
Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 225
Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Satisfactory
Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 145
Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 42
D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 135
Dallas Div Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
Daly Mary (DOJ), Outstanding, Week 3
DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 117
DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Excellent
Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 50
Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 106
Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 40
Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 40
Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 87
Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 91
El Paso Office, Satisfactory
Epshteyn Boris, Excellent
Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 74
Feinstein Dianne Sen. Unsatisfactory, Week 3
Ferguson Michael, Satisfactory
Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 96
Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 89
Flores Sarah (DOJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 12
Fuentes Rick, Outstanding, Week 6
Gabbard Tulsi (Rep. HI), Unsatisfactory, Week 15
Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding, Week 12
Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 15
Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 84
Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 77
Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 26
Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 121
Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 43
Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory
Grassley Charles, Outstanding, Week 11
Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
Haff Gary, Satisfactory
Haley Nikki, Satisfactory +
Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 32
Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 60
Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 158
Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 13
Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 83
Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 17
Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 88
Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 23
Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 137
Jackson Ronny Adml (VA), Outstanding, Week 4
Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 138
Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 14
Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 84
Kelly John, Excellent
Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 125
Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 23
Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 128
Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 44
Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 84
Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 121
Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 88
LePage Paul Gov., Unsatisfactory, Week 222
Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 129
Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 122
Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 254
Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 253
Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 21
Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 77
Marino Tom, Satisfactory
Martin John, Outstanding, Week 14
Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 5
McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 13
McConnell Mitch, Unsatisfactory, Week 32
Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
Miami Office, Excellent
Mica John, Satisfactory
Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 79
Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 50
Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 34
Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 86
Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 91
Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 165
New York Office, Excellent
Nielsen Kirstjen, Excellent
Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 48
Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 57
Obama Barack, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 29
Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
Patterson Robert, Satisfactory
Paul Rand Sen., Satisfactory
PD-Chicago, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
PD-Los Angeles, Satisfactory
PD-New York, Satisfactory
Pence Mike VP, Satisfactory
Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 130
Pompeo Mike, Outstanding, Week 13
Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 53
Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 93
Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 100
Putin Vladmir, Satisfactory
Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Excellent
Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 86
Roach Barbara, Outstanding, Week 15
Rosenstein, Rod, Unsatisfactory, Week 42
Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory -
Sallet Jeffrey, Unsatisfactory, Week 12
Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 164
San Francisco Division, Excellent
Scheuer Michael, Outstanding, Week 39
Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 302
Sessions Jeff, Satisfactory
Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 74
Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 50
St Louis Office, Satisfactory
Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 112
Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 55
Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 88
Szubin Adam, Excellent
Taubira Christiane, Excellent
Trudeau Justin, PM Canada, Unsatisfactory, Week 27
Trump Donald, Satisfactory
Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 330
Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 128
Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 43
Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
Waters Maxine, Unsatisfactory, Week 36
Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 72
Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 48
Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 71
Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 42
Wray Chris, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 111
Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 55


BBC World, Excellent
CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 125
FOX News, Satisfactory
FOX Business, Excellent
MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 106
Newsmax, Excellent
One America, Outstanding, Week 159
Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 42


Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 88
Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 74
Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 139
Bash Dana (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 14
Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 98
Berman John (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 39
Bernstein Carl (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 39
Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 48
Borger Gloria (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 39
Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 75
Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 236
Carter Sara, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 14
Cavanaugh Jim (MSNBC, Outstanding, Week 28
Cavuto Neil, (FOX), Outstanding, Week 13
Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
Chaffetz Jason (FOX), Outstanding, Week 44
Chang Gordon, Outstanding, Week 22
Christi Chris, Outstanding, Week 109
Comey James, Unsatisfactor7
Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 49
Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 137
Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 97
DeGenova Joe, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 3
Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 92
Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 66
Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 95
Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 47
Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 37
Faulkner Harris, (FOX) Excellent
Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 35
Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 75
Gallgher Trace, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 7
Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 111
Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 54
Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 75
Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 76
Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 34
Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 92
Ingraham Laura, (FOX) Unsatisfactory
Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 119
Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 58
Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 52
Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 79
Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
King John, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 13
Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Excellent (Static)
Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
Loesch Dana (NRA), Outstanding, Week 7
Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 132
Matthews Chris, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 38
McCaffery Barry, Unsatisfactory, Week 24
McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 86
Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 87
Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 59
Napolitano, Andrew, Outstanding, Week 7
O'Donnell Eugene FOX, Unsatisfactory, Week 146
O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 121
Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 121
Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
Perino Dana, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 4
Preibus Reince, Outstanding
Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 92
Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 120
Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
Roberts John, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 23
Rogers Mike, (CNN) Excellent
Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 60
Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 60
Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 115
Scaramucci Anthony, Outstanding, Week 40
Schulz Ed, (RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 35
Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory Week 59
Sexton Buck, Outstanding, Week 23
Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 57
Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 272
Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
Skinner Kiron, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 23
Smith Sheppard, (Fox) Satisfactory
Stirewalt Chris, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 24
Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 68
Townsend Fran, (CNN), Satisfactory
Turley Jonathan, Outstanding, Week 8
Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 249
Waltz Michael LTC, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 26
Williams Brian, Excellent
Williams Juan, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 39

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    19 Apr 2018, 16:29 PST, 5th Edition

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      I have brought up this before on The Watch. I think it very important at this time to mention it again. To date there has been no desire by certain people in this building, as well as the WH (both Obama's and Trump's) to yet acknowledge that Mr. (Christopher) Steele did not perform solely on his own and without both knowledge and support from elements in his government... key of which are members of the Royal family, and in particular both the Queen and her husband who had zero desire to have Donald Trump occupy the WH.

      Borrowing the words of my deceased predecessor from the Watergate matter who spoke of Donald Segretti... "Surely no one actually believes that little Christopher Steele acted on his own?"

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    19 Apr 2018, 14:07 PST, 4th Edition

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      The recent shutdown of the illegal invasion started in El Salvador that was growing larger in Mexico severely upset the plans of at least three Mexican cartels to inject massive amounts of illegal drugs into our country. The cartels have switched to Plan B. There is word on the street that Southwest state colleges and universities are being bombarded by tourist agencies both in this country and Mexico with attractions for visit Mexico. Many of these lures were brought home by student tourists to Mexico after Spring Break. Obviously the cartels are seeking students to carry drugs from Mexico to receivers here in our country. The money being offered is high, with free drugs too. We need to put agents on campuses. We need to hire 5,000 more agents.

      On another topic... It goes without saying that coffins coming in from Mexico must be intensely inspected, with special attention to any funeral homes that receive more than one Mexican-related funerary case. A certain set of coffins required inspection they didn't get.

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    19 Apr 2018, 13:41 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Ten days ago on the 9th I penned on The Watch: "It is now after 9pm here in DC. Frankly, I am amazed that the WH has not already announced Sessions' departure. Bring on Rudy."

      I pray for the day those of us who write on The Watch can speak more openly about what we know. But if we wrote everything we know some jerk in Main would go after DEA Watch's Editor again even though they know that if the VC couldn't make him squeal or bribe him, nobody can.

      Thank you, D-Man, for finally bringing Rudy aboard. This time next year Mother Main and all of her darling kids will be popping like corn... and America has always been great at raising corn.

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    19 Apr 2018, 12:19 PST, 2nd Edition

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      I stated here on The Watch over a year ago that Jimbo Comey was being duped by his immediate subordinates. Confirmation is daily forthcoming.

      Comey is still suffering from hallucinations. Perhaps he cannot accept that his political prejudice against Trump -- prejudice that he was exposed to every moment in his pro-Clinton, female-controlled home -- and was manipulated by McCabe and others, and fueled by Rod (who wanted Jimbo's job) made him oblivious to the under-handed machinations going on around him in this building. The very fact that he didn't see his firing coming on the day it totally surprised him, is evidence Jimbo was not living in reality... but living in a psycho-drama authored by his subordinates.

      As for the President, my advice to him would be to remember the old saw: "Fool me once...". Never trust a cop. The President should raise his draw bridges every time it leaks from Mueller or Rod that he (the President) is not the subject of their investigation.

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    18 Apr 2018, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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    17 Apr 2018, 16:39 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Our president mentions ICE all the time... because ICE is riding the tip of the spear. Our president almost never mentions our agency... because we're not doing anything to get his attention.

      Once upon a time we used to have Special Agents here in DEA whose names were known to EVERY agent throughout DEA, even though many of those agents never met one of our outstanding DEA heroes. Today we do not have a single S/A on the payroll who has done something so outstanding noteworthy that his name is a 'household word' inside our agency... let alone outside.

      Yes, we have penis-envy Leonhart and her band of homosexuals to thank for that... because any time a male agent did something outstandingly positive that got him press recognition the DEA Back Stabbing Gang of females and faggots took out their machetes and went after his good name. Now it has become policy for no male agent to stand out. I won't mention females and faggots because in the history of our agency not one in that group has done anything noteworthy. Females and faggots join our agency not to do outstanding work but to be in the company of men of a once male-only agency... just the way homo's are flooding into our military because nowhere else can they share a group shower with naked normal men and be known openly to them as fag. Our military is getting pathetically sissified.

      It would be nice if we could get our President's attention... and mention. And it would be nice if the DEA hero the public heard about was a REAL DEA agent and not a pansy-ass actor... who is probably a recreational illegal drug user.

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    17 Apr 2018, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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    16 Apr 2018, 11:05 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Every day our agency, indeed every agency under Main, is being off-tracked, side-swiped and strung-out because we have a tabloid-freak President who refuses to get rid of Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein, and appoint a new AG and DepAG who will keep Mueller on track and minimize the bulls**t witchhunt kept ablaze by a**holes who hate that their crooked candidate, Clinton, lost the election. All of this nonsense going on here in NY is Donald Trump's fault because he is too stupid to keep our government on track. It is now apparent that Donald Trump pervertedly enjoys all the crap he's allowing to continue. The man is a masochistic, exhibitionist psycho. And his stupidity in refusing to re-structure Main with new leadership is seriously damaging our country and the missions of every Main agency.

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    16 Apr 2018, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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    15 Apr 2018, 15:22 PST, Edition

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      I agree with the WH person only on the matter of the name. 'Operation Accomplished' would have been better than 'Mission Accomplished'. However, we need to be aware that President Trump is calling on and using the advice of a number of George Bush Jr's 'neo-cons'... er, neo-morons... who screwed up the Iraq invasion and its aftermath. These Bush morons that Trump is increasingly adding to his staff would like nothing more than to con America into now thinking their terrible screw-up in Iraq can be forgotten simply by converting all of the Iraq invasion's failed symbology from embarrassing and humiliating into successful and prideful.

      Trump's operation was a success. But Trump's allowing Bolton and the other Bush morons to wipe away their gross failures by re-defining them only denigrates Trump's success. Instead of encouraging Americans to believe a Republican Administration finally got a military operation right, a lot of Americans, due to Trump stupidly using 'Mission Accomplished' instead of "Operation Accomplished", are now waiting for the other shoe to drop... indicating there was no true and lasting success in Syria regarding WMD, but only another failure yet to be realized in the not too distant future.

      Our president needs to get it through his head that nothing can make the disasters of the Bush family seem less than horrendous. Our new president should make his successes his own and not allow the Bush morons he's hiring to steal his thunder.

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      A far better statement by the Chief should have been "Operation Accomplished" instead of mission accomplished. But this is the problem when the Chief surrounds himself with small-minds and Reaganites. (Reagan also got a med-deferment from serving overseas in the Active Army). The Chief needs to do what Clinton did... seek unpaid advisors and consultants far outside of the establishment to run ideas by.

      Clinton's success in reforming his image and turning around negative press coverage was due to his acknowledging that 'outsiders' had a better view of the inside than he and his insiders did. The Chief, due mostly to his know-it-all arrogance and his hiring yes men and girls, has recruited no one to give him better ideas. Very sad.

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      Someone wrote: "'Mad Dog' needs to be returned to the ranks and someone with a far larger viewpoint needs to be appointed as SecDef. The Marines have historically been limited to a small-theater perspective... the Marine Corps was created to secure beaches for the Naval landing of Army forces. Never in our history has it ever been contemplated by a President to allow the smallest Branch to command the entire military."

      Today's event prove the above writer is correct. 'Mad Dog' turned out to be 'Pansy Poodle'.

      The news is reporting that Trump wanted to blow the Hell out of Syria, but Mattis wanted a restrained and limited strike because he feared an open engagement against Russian troops.

      Mattis' fear is due to the fact that he commanded the Marines... approx 280,000 men and women in which only an eighth of which are front-line, combat utilizable. A commander with that few combat troops under his authority is naturally fearful of a wide conflict and hesitant to engage in any case. So after more than thirty years of working in the smallest military service (which is not even qualified to be a separate Branch -- the USMC remains under the Navy) Mattis' limited exposure and thinking on a small level is seriously affecting his ability to function on a larger level.

      Trump, a military coward himself, probably picked Mattis to be SecDef, and another USMC General to be Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, because Trump felt more comfortable working with small minds. No doubt the size and experience of our country's three real service branches greatly intimidated Trump... especially the Army that he got five deferments during wartime to avoid serving in.

      Americans have always thought big, and on a grand scale. But when American leaders come from small-scale career experiences they will be small thinkers. And the fact that we have a former general now serving as our SecDef who is pleading for limited action and "caution", it only means we will be in deep doo-doo if we have to engage in a large war... a war in which Mattis will be frightened s**tless because he lacks the experience and knowledge to command other branches like the Army, Navy and Air Force which will carry the major burden in war. The Marines will resort to their much smaller mission assignment of securing beaches for Navy ships to supply the Army.

      Our president has f**ked up choosing so many unqualified agency bosses, hasn't he? First Sessions, and now Mattis, have proven themselves to be wimps. Several other agency heads have had to be shown the door... or soon will be.

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      Ditto to one of the 5th Ed writers. Rising gas prices have consistently prevented Americans from buying things that help the economy and create jobs. We will see prices on everything carried by truck go up as gas prices go up. We will also see job losses as people stop buying goods and companies have to downsize.

      Trump is using the WH to fight personal battles, such as going after Amazon just because Amazon's owner also owns the Washington Post, that hates Trump. Trump should be fighting for the American people. Not allowing Wall Street and oil companies to rape the American public while Trump is off dilly-dallying elsewhere.

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      All of President Trump's talk about a good economy and Americans taking home more money will slap him in the face when gas prices, such as those that Bush Jr. caused and Obama ignored, take all that money saved on taxes and gives it to the greedy oil companies.

      Just like Clinton, Bush and Obama, Trump has done nothing about getting the oil companies to build more refineries. It's all a scam to take money out of American pockets and purses and give it to Wall Street investors.

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      The 'Wilford Brimley' writer who is penning on The Watch as 'Deep Throat Jr' is right out of the movie 'Remo Williams'. He, or she, appears to have a deep-basement office hidden subterraneanly in either CIA or FBI HQ. One thing is for sure... this writer is right on the money every time. Mr. Felt (now deceased) would be proud of him... or her... or maybe the writer is an AI it.

      Mr., Mrs., or 'It' Brimley... please keep 'em coming!

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      I have said a couple times on The Watch that Jimbo (Comey) was duped by both Andy and Rod... bigtime. Now the proof is out! Jim's BIG mistake was not realizing he was being duped, and that his enemy was not Trump. Trump gave Comey plenty of rope and time to tie handcuffs on Andy and Rod but didn't. I've been around a long time. I would have thought that when I helped AG John (Ashcroft) see the light, with Jim riding shotgun for John, that Jim would have listened to me. John contacted me personally. Jim never did. This is often the case when a leader places too much trust in his immediate subordinates... only to find out they were stabbing him in the back and setting him up for a fall. Jim should have put his trust in the man elected by the people to be President... not the people under him.

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      Back on last Wednesday someone wrote: "The President wants to give the Russians more than enough time to remove their personnel from potential targeted areas... Assad and the Russians are also using all this time to hide their choppers and other small aircraft which they use to drop chemical attacks. The president's slow response will create a lot of runway potholes and destroy buildings but they will do very little damage to Assad's air-fighting capability."

      It now appears the above writer was 100% correct! Trump's time-wasting on Comey, Stormy and other silly matters totally distracted him from carrying out a swift attack on Syrian air assets that Assad needed to conduct future bio-chem assaults on his citizens who want him gone. There is obvious Russian collusion on this matter as it is now evident Assad has moved 100% of his Air Force to Russian bases that Trump doesn't have the balls to neutralize. Trump said he would never "telegraph" a presidential strike order... but he didn't say he would not telegraph our enemy plenty of time to get out of Dodge.

      We will be talking about this in the future after yet another Syria-Russian chemical attack... which Obama cannot be blamed for. This last attack and all future attacks are totally Trump's stupid doing. Trump's negatives are gradually surpassing his positives... and the so-called "Mad Dog" SecDef who was said by Trump to be a pitbull is now nothing but a puffy-eyed p**sy.

      A gutless Vietnam War evader and a pumped-up p**sy are now leading our nation's defense. Bad news in the city! Syria's air force should have been toast a week ago... and to Hell with the Russian military human shields Trump and Mad Dog are cowardly afraid of.

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      Someone wrote: "The President wants to give the Russians more than enough time to remove their personnel from potential targeted areas."

      This is 100% accurate! However, any U.S. military action henceforth will be a complete failure because Assad and the Russians are also using all this time to hide their choppers and other small aircraft which they use to drop chemical attacks. The president's slow response will create a lot of runway potholes and destroy buildings but they will do very little damage to Assad's air-fighting capability. The President made the dumb mistake of appointing Marine advisors and chiefs over our military. These were jobs for the Army, and if not the Army, then the Air Force. The Marines are just too small, and too small-thinking (just like Trump) to effectively and efficiently handle big ops. It's just not in Marine history, missions, nor training. And although the USMC has zeal... zeal is no compensation for poor planning and delayed execution.

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      I think our president needs to get some better legal advice... or he needs to turn off his TV and stop watching silly and stupid TV shows, especially those on FOX where the egos of the hosts are insufferably obnoxious... because he sure let Mueller play him and his attorney (Cohen) like a fiddle.

      Mueller smartly took both Trump and his attorney off their game when he (Mueller) released a statement saying that Trump was not a target but a subject. Both Trump and his attorney probably felt at ease, not realizing that all along Mueller had already planned to have the Feebs raid Trump's attorney's homes and offices just two days later. Obviously, if Mueller let it leak that Trump was a target Trump's attorney would spend hours at his shredder. But the phony announcement about Trump being a subject and not a target had the intended, desired effect which was to make the attorney feel safe. Any idiot should know that when LE tells you that you are safe, LE is planning to cook you alive.

      Never trust a cop... ANY cop! I know because I am paid six figures to lie for my living!

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    11 Apr 2018, 12:17 3rd PST, Edition

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      Someone wrote: "... we saw it when Trump chose to hit only one Assad airfield a year ago instead of blowing all of them off the face of the Earth."

      The President will take more effective action this time. However, the President wants to give the Russians more than enough time to remove their personnel from potential targeted areas. But if it is determined that Putin is hoping to delay (or prevent) a US strike by dragging his feet on moving out his people they will become tragedies... and the President can say they were Putin's fault because he was give more than enough time for evacuation.

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      If our Commander-in-Chief had hired generals with a larger perspective and not limited himself to very narrow-thinking Marines, he might have gotten advice to re-institute the Mexican Border Service Medal, established in 1918. What better incentive for the National Guard to want to serve on the Mexican Border, and advise their governors to allow them, than for the CINC to offer a medal for their border service?

      Our President should have served in our military instead of chasing p**sy... and the most stupidest ones who turn around and stab him in the back. (Obviously he wasn't very good in bed because a happy female doesn't betray a man they really liked.)

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    11 Apr 2018, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

    "Forget Stormy Daniels. Ayn Rand just screwed The Donald":
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      Two weeks ago on April 1st someone mentioned on The Watch: "...along with both McConnell and Ryan working to convert the Trump Administration into a Romney Administration...".

      Paul Ryan, aka Ayn Rand, succeeded in achieving one of his and Mitt Romney's biggest goals (eliminating welfare recipients) yesterday when he traded off support in the House for Trump's signature on a quietly signed Executive Order mandating that all federal agencies providing "welfare" sweep the records of every recipient for the purpose of kicking them off 'welfare'... beginning with Medicaid... one of Romney and Ryan's most detested social programs. And with that little-reported Trump signature not witnessed by TV cameras, Trump threw away millions of future votes as the families of Medicaid and other programs will very soon find themselves the caretakers of more financial burden.

      It was a decision such as this back in 1982 that created massive homelessness across the U.S. when Reagan gleefully terminated all federal funding for the housing and care of Americans born with overt mental and physical disabilities. Families could not shoulder the time and expense of caring for their formerly federally housed patients rapidly ejected from facilities closed by Reagan so the patients ended up on the street, exposed to illegal drug dealers... and thus began the so-called 'Drug War' that is now out of control. Former mental patients became the first victims of predatory street dealers. Kids robbed patients of their street (and prescription) drugs, then the kids expanded the drug dealer's customer base.

      Within 48 hours of achieving his life-long goal of decimating 'welfare' for Americans born unable to work, Paul Ryan announced his retirement... meaning thus: he will not be around when Trump will have to fight in 2019 for votes in 2020. Stormy Daniels didn't take Trump down. Ayn Rand, via Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney, can claim that victory.

      It seems that every week we are learning that Trump has again done something so stupid he might as well put a gun to his own head.

      Very sad.

      Yes it is true that no one wants any able-bodied slug to get free 'welfare'. But just as EVERY study performed on the use of illegal drugs among welfare recipients is microscopic -- and not "huge" as people like Ryan and other ultra-Conservatives believe -- the number of Americans who are not physically or mentally disabled using programs like Medicaid is infinitesimal. Yes, it is true that Mother Nature is not kind to many humans born with confirmed disabilities. Such is the way evolution works. Sometimes a genius is born, but more often a moron is born... which is why we have so, so many illegal drug users. And too often someone totally absent of any usable skills are born. Those Americans are taken care of by our society so that their family members can utilize more or all of their functional skills for the good of our society. Unfortunately, there are some Americans, like Romney, Ryan and Trump who believe most Americans with overwhelming disabilities should be required to work alongside 'normal' Americans, slowing down if not disrupting office and company environments. Romney and Ryan lost their election in 2012 because of their beliefs. Yesterday, with Trump's signature on their policy, they just took Trump down too. Watch the future... you read it here first.

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    10 Apr 2018, 14:39 3rd PST, Edition

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      No one can disagree with the fact President Trump's troubles are all his own making... because he has a tit-for-tat and penny-ante personality.

      We have seen this very regrettable personality trait in Trump as evidenced in his string of un-ending, piecemeal economic sanctions on hostile governments... instead of simply banning all commo and commerce in one act. We have seen this Trump-trait in his petty Twitter responses in which he seems to enjoy taunting an adversary instead of just flat-out trashing or dismissing them. And, again, we saw it when Trump chose to hit only one Assad airfield a year ago instead of blowing all of them off the face of the Earth.

      Our President's civilian personality issues are quite obviously rooted in a female-fighting complex that calls for using his fingernails to scratch at an adversary instead of just using his fists to punch their f**king lights out and sending them unconscious to the mat.

      Trump is continuing to do the same with Sessions. Instead of just sending Sessions packing with a very punitive pink slip, Trump prefers to periodically slap Sessions in the face with a limp wrist.

      There are few real men left in our over-effeminized country where female teachers, wives and bosses train males starting in Kindergarten to grow up to be wimps and sissies... which is why so many American males are fat or faggoty and can't even endure military basic training. America needs to re-start the Draft if for no other reason than to teach males to be men.

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    "Just let everyone use any drug":
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      Before legalization the pro-drug liberals claimed that legalizing marijuana would reduce crime. Well... drug-related crime hasn't reduced after legalization. So now the liberals are claiming that putting drug criminals in jail is harming criminal's lives. Of course, the liberals say nothing about the innocent lives being harmed by drug criminals.

      Maybe we need to also jail illegal drug enablers since they want criminals to freely roam the streets to harm decent people.

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    09 Apr 2018, 18:07 PST, 5th Edition

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      It is now after 9pm here in DC. Frankly, I am amazed that the WH has not already announced Sessions' departure. Bring on Rudy.

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    09 Apr 2018, 16:09 PST, 4th Edition

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      I agree emphatically with the previous writers. The President does not need to fire Mueller. The President does need to fire Jeff Sessions. Firing Sessions would place Mueller under new management. I agree that Rosenstein should be removed from all aspects of the Special Counsel. Rosenstein's job should be restricted to interfacing with DOJ agency heads and getting the most out of their departments.

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      Jeff Sessions should immediately submit his letter of resignation... and the President should accept it immediately. At the same time, the President should immediately appoint a new AG and get him or her installed before Rosenstein can get his pal Mueller to create more distraction. Rosenstein should also submit his resignation at the same time as Sessions.

      If the President has to fire Sessions (and/or Rosenstein) he should do it on the same day he orders a strike on Assad in Syria... which should be within days, if not hours. Mitch McConnell must work immediately to confirm the President's new AG selection. Any delay by McConnell must result in severe political consequences for McConnell.

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    "Donald Trump's trouble is his own making":
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      Donald Trump's legal and PR problems are the fault of no one but himself. Trump should have fired Jeff Sessions the same day Sessions recused himself and turned his job over to Trump-hater Rod Rosenstein. The longer it takes for Trump to get fire Sessions and appoint a new AG to assume control of Mueller, the longer Trump's legal distractions will damage his presidency. What's Rudy's opinion?

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    Saturday Afternoon Think Piece: "The same thing that screwed up the VA screwed up DEA... ":

      Everyone knows the VA is screwed up, and has been screwed up for several decades. But few know the reason why the work-ethic culture at the VA, and here in DEA, is so bad. Bottomline, the problem is due to an influx of workers who did not to perform as their agency needed them to.

      The VA went bad right after the Vietnam War. The VA was dominated by WW2 vets who did not want the VA to service younger vets. Part of this is because WW2 vets arrogantly and snobbishly felt their war demanded more and accomplished more. This was due to the typical 'generation gap' in which fathers believe they endured, sacrificed and did more than the sons they raised. However, at approx the same time that Vietnam era veterans were entering the VA system, presidential Civil Rights policies starting with Lyndon Johnson required the hiring of former welfare and low-income workers who, for the first time, were given jobs in government that required more than just cleaning a toilet and pushing a broom. Many of these workers, moreso with females than males, being forced off welfare to work made them bitter employees who opposed doing more than simply showing up for work and punching a timeclock. Many had never in their lives experienced taking 'orders' or instructions from others. Unfortunately, because these welfare-to-work jobs were Congressionally mandated, agencies like the VA could not easily fire lazy, irresponsible and performance-hostile employees. This in turn created a serious morale problem for supervisors... who reacted by adopting an 'I no longer care' attitude... which, in turn, re-trickled back down. Eventually the entire VA system was 'bed-ridden' with employees who weren't worth spit.

      The same thing happened to our agency. DEA was once a high-work ethic agency in which agents came to work happy to do their job. But in the 1980's Congress included DEA in its welfare-to-work plan, and Bill Clinton accelerated it during the early 1990's. Many agents, now coupled with minorities and females unaccustomed to performing serious and high-intensity work, 'tied anchors to their ankles' and slowed down the pace of DEA to a crawl. To compensate for an influx of minority workers forced upon DEA's administrative branch, white females were actively recruited into the 1811 branch... too many of these were family members or intimate friends of male agents. Sadly though surely, many of these new, white female agents were not anxious to get out on the street and make cases... and their husbands and boyfriends in DEA were all too willing to 'protect' them from street work. Other white females who came into DEA without a male 'protector' preferred to also push for inside-office jobs where they had a greater opportunity to select a husband, as well as stay far-removed from any potentially dangerous duty. 1811 males, seeing females skate easily, were naturally embittered especially when older male agents preferred to surround themselves with younger female agents and employees. Morale in DEA, just as in the VA as mentioned above, grew toxic to the point far less work was being accomplished.

      VA patients suffer from bad, lazy and worthless VA employees. The public suffers from bad, lazy and worthless DEA agents and employees. And as the employees of both agencies have mostly grown overweight, if not obese, from laziness and work-avoidance, the public is increasingly neglected by government workers who want to get paid for far more work than they actually do.

      To make the system even worse, the last three presidents have been the worst presidents in American history, with the last president being the laziest and least accomplishing... preferring to travel, golf and party. This low job performance psychology trickled down from the White House into every federal agency where lazy employees daily said to themselves: "Why should I work hard when Obama is spending three-to-four days a week golfing?"

      Thirty years of poor presidential leadership can seriously impact on a nation. Today, having a president who has worked more than played is good news but that good news is being shadowed over by too many agency heads appointed with good intentions but ended up being self-serving... if not criminal. All but a few of President Trump's original appointees have not (yet) been embroiled in a scandal of their own, greedy making.

      Welfare-to-work in government agencies does not work. Hiring young females expected to perform as young males does not work. Appointing greedy agency heads who treat their agency budgets as 'found money' does not work. And refusing to allow well-intended supervisors to fire lazy and useless workers does not work.

      President Trump has asked all federal agencies to review their civil service policies for update and correction in order to improve work product and increase morale and work ethic. It is high time civil service policy be amended to demand low-performance and work-shy workers to either perform as expected... or get the Hell out of government service!

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    07 Apr 2018, 14:21 PST, 5th Edition

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      I am a DEA agent, but I am also a soybean investor... and have been for years. I support the President's desire to equalize trade with China. I do not support our American soybean producers who are whining about a possible customer loss in China due to China's threat to harm industries in States where Trump is stronger than Democrats.

      I think our soybean producers need to realize that their counterparts in China... the Chinese companies that buy American soybeans... are putting a lot of pressure on the Chinese government to NOT impose punitive sanctions on American soybeans. China will only end up ruining tens of thousands of Chinese jobs... not to mention reduce the protein intake of millions of Chinese by targeting American soybeans.

      We need to stick with our President and equalize trade with China!!!

      P.S. The good thing about soybeans is that their protein content can be preserved in a variety of ways. Meaning... the US govt can buy up soybeans not sold to China and save them for use in dozens of prepared food products.

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      Someone wrote: "...get the RNC to hire articulate chasers to go after the President's publicity-seeking harassers so that President Trump won't feel the need to do so himself."

      Since the President has already decided that he will be seeking to remain in office for the next seven years, he should now create a political office in the WH headed by Reince Preibus. The WH office should be established NOW!!! And Ron Porter and Hope Hicks should be re-hired to assist Preibus. And it wouldn't be a bad idea to bring Karl Rove in as a senior advisor to Preibus.

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      Ditto the 2nd Edition writer. Trump is not lazy but he sure does act slowly... probably because he spends too much time golfing, watching silly TV, debating with publicity-seeking morons. Or failing to get the RNC to hire articulate chasers to go after the President's publicity-seeking harassers so that President Trump won't feel the need to do so himself.

      In any event, ending catch-and-release will reduce crime in this country significantly. Now we must hope that President Trump moves on getting Congress to authorize a significant change in enforcing our nation's illegal drug laws by enabling more punitive LE measures.

      We all recall the 1980's-90's crack epidemic that was created in Rep. Maxine Waters district. That highly destructive epidemic, launched and festered by the black street gangs that Waters' protected, was brought to a swift end because very tough prison sentences were handed down to crack dealers. We now need the same swift action for all illegal drug dealers. We need to jail them for long periods at hard labor. We need to severely restrict jail privileges for drug dealers. We need to send a message to the morons in the communities that work with domestic and foreign drug cartels that a good part of their lives will be spent behind bars at hard labor when they are convicted.

      Needless to say, the repeat convicts simply need to be eliminated... silently... efficiently... with no trace of their disappearance, let alone their existence, to ever be found.

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    07 Apr 2018, 10:42 PST, 2nd Edition

    Open Letter to President Donald Trump:

      Dear President Trump

      Thank you from thousands of multi-agency Special Agents for finally ending catch-and-release, which has caused so many, many avoidable crimes here in the United States.

      However, I hope that after more than a year in office you will ask yourself: WHAT TOOK ME SO LONG!!!

      And if you ask yourself that question, perhaps it might occur to you that there are a large number of other things you could have done a year ago that would have saved lives, property and misery. After all, you complained about Obama being so slow, which is natural for him because he, himself, admitted that he was lazy. But if you are not lazy, why does it take you long to arrive at decisions that you, yourself, knew you should have made long before???

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    06 Apr 2018, 11:29 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "...the USG will purchase, at a reasonable price, any excess goods that China slaps a tariff on... which, in effect, means China refuses to buy from the U.S."

      Ditto!

      Jimmy Carter ordered grain sold to the USSR to be stopped, but did nothing to ensure the grain farmers would not suffer and lose their farms. Many did. Trump should also sign an order protecting any company or farm that is forced to stop selling their product to a country we have a dispute with. The govt should either buy up the goods or the govt should prevent creditors from taking the business or farm away from its owners. Needless to say, when another country decides to cancel deals with American companies or farmers, or when the president decides to end sending a product to another country, the govt should help the company or farmer find another buyer. No American company or farm should be forced to go out of business during a trade war to pursue market fairness.

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      ICE did an EXCELLENT job rounding up the 87 illegals at a meat packing plant. The plant's employment records should be confiscated and searched to locate the previous 87 American citizens who were denied jobs at the plant in order to give those jobs to illegals. Beyond any fines levied on the company for hiring the 87 illegals, the company should also be required to hire the 87 American citizens who were denied jobs, and backpay should be given to each of those 87 Americans dating from the moment the company hired illegals in their place.

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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

    Aleman Omar, Outstanding, Week 11
    Amash Justin, Outstanding, Week 12
    Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 82
    Arabit Joe, Outstanding, Week 12
    Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 104
    Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 77
    Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 81
    Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 71
    Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 52
    Bersin Alan, Outstanding, Week 20
    Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 232
    Biden Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 12
    Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 67
    Bolton John (NSA), Satisfactory
    Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 190
    Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 85
    Brown Bill, Satisfactory
    Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 160
    Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
    Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 76
    Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 92
    Camarena Enrique Jr, Excellent +
    Carson Ben, Excellent +
    Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
    Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 8
    Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 64
    Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Satisfactory -
    Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 150
    Comey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 8
    Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding, Week 3
    Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 21
    Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 113
    Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 223
    Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 20
    Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Satisfactory
    Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 143
    Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 40
    D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 133
    Dallas Div Office, Unsatisfactory -
    Daly Mary (DOJ), Outstanding +
    DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 115
    DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
    DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Excellent
    Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 48
    Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 104
    Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 85
    Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
    Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 89
    El Paso Office, Satisfactory
    Epshteyn Boris, Excellent
    Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 72
    Feinstein Dianne Sen. Unsatisfactory -
    Ferguson Michael, Satisfactory
    Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 94
    Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 87
    Flores Sarah (DOJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 10
    Fuentes Rick, Outstanding, Week 4
    Gabbard Tulsi (Rep. HI), Unsatisfactory, Week 13
    Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding, Week 10
    Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 13
    Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 82
    Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 75
    Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 24
    Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 119
    Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 41
    Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory +
    Grassley Charles, Outstanding, Week 9
    Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Haff Gary, Satisfactory +
    Haley Nikki, Unsatisfactory, Week 15
    Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
    Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 58
    Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 156
    Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 11
    Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 81
    Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 15
    Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 86
    Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 21
    Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 135
    Jackson Ronny Adml (VA), Outstanding, Week 2
    Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 136
    Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 12
    Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 82
    Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 4
    Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
    King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 123
    Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 21
    Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 126
    Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 42
    Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 82
    Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 119
    Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 86
    LePage Paul Gov., Unsatisfactory, Week 221
    Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 127
    Los Angeles Office Office, Satisfactory -
    Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 120
    Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
    Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 252
    Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 251
    Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
    Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 19
    Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 75
    Marino Tom, Satisfactory
    Martin John, Outstanding, Week 12
    Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
    Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 3
    McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 11
    McConnell Mitch, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
    Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Miami Office, Excellent
    Mica John, Satisfactory
    Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 77
    Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 48
    Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 32
    Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 84
    Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 89
    Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
    Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 163
    New York Office, Excellent
    Nielsen Kirstjen, Excellent -
    Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 46
    Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 55
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    Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 27
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      We are now hearing news that the Chinese want to 'pull a Putin' (attempt to control the outcome of US presidential elections) by micro-targeting trade tariffs on products grown or manufactured in States where Trump defeated Clinton in the last election, and will probably defeat his next Democrat candidate in the 2020 election. Needless to say, this would be a direct effort by China to control who gets elected to the WH by favoring the candidate most likely to allow China to continue its unfair trade imbalance with the U.S., continue stealing America's intellectual property, and continue flooding the U.S. with Chinese immigrants... who, since 2005, have exceeded the number of Hispanic immigrants from the American hemisphere.

      Republicans and Democrats alike should decidedly terminate China's plan to use trade as a way to control voting regions in the US by simply mandating that the USG will purchase, at a reasonable price, any excess goods that China slaps a tariff on... which, in effect, means China refuses to buy from the U.S.

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      Shortly after DEA Watch went online in 1990, a good friend of mine, now retired, posted a request that schools where kids were being shot over tennis shoes and jackets -- a huge problem at that time -- General Colin Powell was the first national figure to accept my friend's advice that schools mandate wearing uniforms to stop the rash of school shootings and beatings over clothing thefts involving injury and death. Almost immediately after uniforms were mandated in many problem schools the shootings stopped cold.

      The same advice about transparent backbacks could dramatically solve a good part of the problem of people hiding weapons.

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    Special Message #21 to President Donald John Trump Sr.:

      You will note that our request on The Watch this morning that you have your lazy new Homeland blond chickie mention transparent backpacks almost two hours before the Press Briefing clearly indicates that we were previously aware she would be answering questions today. Obviously we have inside info. However, she failed to address our issue. Be advised that failure to comply with our request will undoubtedly have serious results when the next nutjob uses a non-transparent backpack to carry a gun or bomb into a well-populated situation to wreak mayhem and murder... not to mention that backpacks are the primary conveyance for illegal drugs.

      Everything possible needs to be done to discourage nuts from loading themselves up with a s**tload of guns, magazines and bombs. And a national platform is the BEST way to get that message out. We are greatly disappointed the ball was dropped on this excellent opportunity.

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    Special Message #20 to President Donald John Trump Sr.:

      It is about time you decided to mobilize the NG or Army Reserve to the border. You should have issued this order on the day you were inaugurated in 2017.

    Since your election you have spent a great deal of energy reversing every decision Obama made. However, you are still very weak on reversing Obama's decision to golf as frequently as possible. Please work on reversing that decisions soon. America needs a working president who makes good decision sooner... not another president like Obama who makes slow or bad decisions in order to spend more time golfing.

    P.S. Please ask your new lazy Homeland chief, who is a female, to voice her support for transparent backpacks at schools and all large public gatherings. (She can advise females to keep their feminine products in their pockets or in a small non-transparent pouch.) We need to discourage weapons and bombs being carried by terrorists and nutjobs.

    Kudos to the NFL and the schools who have finally implemented this policy we have asked for since the Olympic Park terrorist bombing that President's Clinton, Bush and Obama failed to get behind.

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    Report From the Tunnel:

      Well over ten years ago the WH was advised to sever all internet contact from Russia. That advice was ignored. Now we are aware that as far back as the Romney campaign, Obama had planned to use "Russian collusion" as a tool to spy on the next GOP candidate... which is why he refused to 'pull the switch' on Russia, allowing serious damage to our country. Today, however, we have noted an astronomical increase in Russia IP traffic entering the US over the past 45 days, probably due mostly to our upcoming Midterm elections -- all of it intended to do materiel, structural and societal damage -- favored by the Democrats who want to change the balance of power on the federal level. Now, more than ever, the US must 'pull the switch' on all incoming and out-going internet traffic to Russian IP's, perhaps leaving one or two closely-monitored IP's open for governmental commo. Allowing Russia, and in the future China, to continue free electronic border-crossing into the US will result in cataclysmic devastation.

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      Someone wrote: "(General Alexander) Haig had a tough time keeping agency heads from going all-out crooked by cheating and stealing... and the trickle-down effect on everyone else who were aware that their appointed cabinet boss was a downright crook. We could see a repeat of that behavior if Trump continues allowing Sessions to remain instead of getting a new AG who will take Main power away from Rosenstein..."

      With Patterson being such a flake who is only trying to keep his head above water trying to appease every political faction, and not using his head to fight an aggressive drug war, we can be assured that with all the drug-dealer cash some agents have access to on a daily basis there will be a ton of stealing if Main (and FBI) becomes more dysfunctional under Sessions and Rosenstein.

      Not to mention the fact that every crime organization in the world is hoping for more chaos and distraction in the US government to carve out a piece of the action. Just look at the South Americans and Mexicans, with the approval and help of President Nieto, who are sending their kids en masse toward our Southern border as these words are being written. Many of those kids will attempt a massive rush into California where Governor Brown will assist their entry. Already we are seeing massive defiance on the part of elected and appointed leaders just because of the internal disarray and distraction being caused by Rosenstein, Sessions and Mueller that Trump refuses to fix... while he golfs and watches late night anti-Trump TV to get his Twitter material for the next morning.

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      Someone wrote: "The Chief has been betrayed by several senior appointees who have attempted to use their depts like a personal supply room or bank account."

      Those defalcation incidents happened not because dept heads were new to running an agency, but because of all the harassment against Trump being waged by the Democrats and their fake news media. And we cannot discount what the earlier writer said about McConnell and Ryan trying to "convert the Trump Admin into a Romney(esque) Admin". But the problem will get worse if the Democrat and fake news harassment intensifies, partly due to Mueller trying to open a wider net while at the same time trying to keep his so-called investigation going long enough to make an impact on the Midterm elections with the hope that Democrat control of the House and/or Senate would further fuel his peep and bring about Trump's impeachment trial.

      We can all recall how General Haig, who was running the WH during the effort by the Democrats to destroy the Nixon Admin, with help from Republicans in the House and Senate who also wanted to bring Nixon down. Haig had a tough time keeping agency heads from going all-out crooked by cheating and stealing... and the trickle-down effect on everyone else who were aware that their appointed cabinet boss was a downright crook. We could see a repeat of that behavior if Trump continues allowing Sessions to remain instead of getting a new AG who will take Main power away from Rosenstein and compel Mueller to end the biggest tool -- the Russia collusion "investigation" -- being used by Clinton's civil war resistance mob saturating every government agency.

      I agree. If Trump doesn't fix things quick at Main Justice there will be Hell to pay... and not only will he face possible impeachment if Mueller succeeds in pushing on into the next election cycle this year, should Trump be impeached he will see his entire Trump Company face total obliteration... kind of like what he is trying to do to Amazon just because the owner of Amazon also owns the Washington Post that finds every opportunity to publish lies and slanders and garbage about Trump.

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    Report from (inside) the White House:

      Having stupidly succumbed to the fake news media and Demo campaign to de-stabilize his WH simply by getting him to lose or fire the insiders he had the most confidence in (Ron, Hope, Lance, etc.) the Chief is now living in a bunker of his own making. He should have simply re-titled Ron's job, which would have kept Hope on board; and created a new WH job for Lance when the General came aboard.

      Very sadly, the First Lady is totally useless as a confident or support system. Her only two interests are her appearance and her son.

      But for a President who came into office cold -- that is, no cadre of experienced oldsters to help him as every other previous president had access to -- without even the Republican Party seniors offering help, it is surprising our central government still exists. The Chief has been betrayed by several senior appointees who have attempted to use their depts like a personal supply room or bank account. And the fact that the Bush family has worked tirelessly to prevent experienced statesman to contribute help, along with both McConnell and Ryan working to convert the Trump Administration into a Romney Administration, the struggle to finalize a stable Trump Administration has been difficult. Fortunately, this is still only Year One. By Year Three everything should be flowing smoothly... if we get quickly a new AttyGenl who will bring the Mueller crap to a quick end. And we get rid of arrogant jerks like Zinke who goes out of his way to piss off 9/10ths of the country to favor the 1 percent's commercial/profit interests.

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    Special Messages:

      Over the past month, but moreso in the last week and-a-half, I have talked to people here in this building who have become increasingly, and irreversibly, frustrated with President Trump for continuing, if not motivating, the growing dislike for him around the country. With the power to bring a speedier end to the Mueller "witch hunt" under Rosenstein simply by firing Sessions and bringing in a new AGen'l who will assume command over Mueller and order him to concentrate his investigation ONLY on the question of collusion -- the reason why Mueller was appointed -- it makes no sense to continue giving Mueller a blank check to create havoc by fueling division across the land. Main and the Bureau are all but dysfunctional under Sessions.

      Everyone understands that it would not be wise to fire Mueller, but it is also very unwise to permit Mueller to spend money and time looking for any reason to prosecute (i.e., impeach). The issue of collusion MUST be brought to a close. It MUST end. Why President Trump continues to allow this major distraction to continue is mindboggling. He must be a masochist.

      Trump replaces other cabinet members, but will not replace Sessions. When is Trump going to start acting like a President in charge of the world and stop acting like an idiot responsible for his own persecution?

      America and the world need problem solving, not problem perpetuating. Trump was his own worst nightmare. Now he is becoming a nightmare to the country because he insanely refuses to reduce unnecessary problems. Mueller has resolved the question of collusion months ago.

      John Dean spoke of a "cancer" growing around President Nixon. But in this case the 'cancer' is President Trump himself... for allowing it to grow. A new AGen'l is needed to tell Mueller to put up now or shut it down.

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    Report from (inside) the White House:

      I have learned a little bit more since my report you all published yesterday. It was told to me that the Chief's Amazon attack is really all about tax money. The Chief wants to use Amazon to get every company doing business on the internet to collect and pay state and local taxes, and more federal taxes. This is the same scam that President Reagan succeeded with when Reagan got a tax cut for Americans but followed it with a big increase on gas taxes that all but wiped out any gains by Americans who drive... which most do.

      The Chief really just wants to increase taxes to pay for his tax cut, just as Reagan did. It is a terrible scam on the American public, because they will be paying out more money in state and local taxes which means states and cities will be drawing less from the federal government.

      This scam also coincides with the new responsibility-evasion statements now being used by the WH, which is: "it's a local problem". Some who are old enough will remember that the Reagan WH used this phrase a lot whenever the news media asked questions about race and crime problems. Reagan's people would evade getting the WH involved by claiming an issue was "a local problem".

      Every personal and household expense went up during Reagan after his income tax cut and gas tax increase, just as we are seeing prices on everything go up today, day by day. Bogus tax cuts only translate into price increases on everything. Reagan got away with the scam because it was new. I strongly suspect a repeat of this scam will result in the Chief being kicked out in 2020... especially with all the other crap going on that he is involved with.

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