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

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17 Feb 2018, 10:18 PST, 2nd Edition

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    I find it difficult to disagree with anything yesterday's writer had to say about yesterday's Rosenstein indictment and his conclusion that the Russian objective during our last Presidential campaign was to "sow discord" among the American electorate... and the Russians learned all about how to 'sow discord' from us simply by watching our cable news talk shows.

    And no cable host sows discord more than a punk named Tucker Carlson at FOX whom CNN once fired for living in wackoland. This Carlson creep goes out of his way every night to invite a total nut job as his guest interview who's positions and ideas are so wacky they border on insanity, much less incredulity. And Carlson does this on a nightly basis solely for the purpose of rattling viewers chains and raising body temperatures... although to some psychiatrists, Carlson extends invites to loonies just to prove to himself that he is the more rationale. But when visiting a mental institution -- which is what some of Carlson's segments are -- who's the more nutty... the interviewer or the interviewee?

    Obviously, I mention Carlson because he is the most glaring example of a discord sower. But virtually every cable news show does the same thing, with the worst being those that do it very subtlely. Cable news talk shows are a lot like commercials... TV commercials first tell you how bad your life is, then tell you that your life will be so much better and easier if you buy the product being sold. Cable talk shows go further... they tell you that you're stupid or uninformed if you don't sit all the way through a nutty, highly polarized debate between two fruitcakes. Cable 'news' shows aren't news nor information, they are hucksters trashing brains solely to sell the show. Cable news taught the Russians how to sow discord simply by sowing discord.

    The only sane viewer of 'chain rattling' cable news talk shows is the viewer who quickly recognizes that they are not watching a debate but are being drawn into a nut house... and then changes the channel.

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

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    Someone asked: "Could somebody please explain what has happened to SOD?"

    Elementary. SOD, like our entire agency, was ordered by Obama to fail in every respect... and our former Administrator, Leonhart, was all too willing to oblige. As of now we are still operating under Obama leaders who have spent eight years prior to Trump throwing monkey wrenches into every piece of DEA machinery... and the last year under Trump throwing softballs into the machinery. Until Trump gets rid of Sessions and appoints someone outside our agency to remove all the Obama-Leonhart slime and sludge bogging us down, there will be no improvement. As of now the Coast Guard remains the lead drug interdiction agency.

    It's not just sad, it's a criminal betrayal to the American public. WE NEED NEW LEADERSHIP that Trump is not sending us.

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16 Feb 2018, 15:02 PST, 5th Edition

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    Faithful readers of The Watch will recall that several times during the Obama Administration's eight years I publicly called for Obama to cut the internet access switch to Russia so that no one in that country can connect to the U.S. The Watch record will show that I increased my recommendations prior to the last election. Obama ignored my recommendations.

    No verbal appeals through diplomatic channels to Putin will get him to stop using the internet to conduct cyberwarfare. The only sanction that will stop Putin will be the thousands of Russian CEO's and their companies who will protest to Putin that they are being disconnected from doing business directly with the U.S. through the internet. Only after being besieged by protests from Russian companies (that could topple his regime) will Putin put an end to cyberwarfare. Next... China and every other jerk attempting to subvert our country using the internet.

    Common sense dictates that if a military war broke out between the U.S. and Russia a U.S. president would then be compelled to cut the switch. So why not cut the switch now if doing so might prevent a military war.

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16 Feb 2018, 13:41 PST, 4th Edition

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    We all have to admit that it was refreshingly wonderful for both Main and the FBI to admit that mistakes were made that could have prevented the FL shooting. It is very, very, very, very rare for any LE department to admit it failed... unlike our past here in DEA where virtually every Administrator since Steve Greene has refused to admit when one or more of our people totally screwed up. One incident that comes to mind is that moron named Tandy who went to some university to find a psychotic professor to claim that a drug suspect charging face-on at one of our agents turned so fast the bullet shot at hit chest hit him in the back. Whew! I thought only Superman could move faster than a speeding bullet. (Obviously, our agent shot the suspect in the back as the suspect was fleeing.)

    Kudos to the FBI for being honest enough to admit failure. No doubt fixes will be instituted right away and the person or persons in the FBI office that took the initial report will face discipline for not forwarding the report to the Miami office as they should have.

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16 Feb 2018, 12:53 PST, 3rd Edition

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    Could somebody please explain what has happened to SOD?

    Our division recently had members of SOD in for briefing and it was a complete bust.

    Our Intel Staff had better information and knew more about the DTO's operating in this foreign country.

    I decided to call my classmate who has been confined to a high walled pod and he would rather transfer to DEA HQ. It sounds like SOD is a complete mess with it's leader always TDY begging for business.

    To sum it up, The days of SOD are numbered and the current SOD leadership is completely disengaged.

    So SAD.

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16 Feb 2018, 11:16 PST, 2nd Edition

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    It has long been said that a child's worst enemies are its parents... and the public's worst enemy is law enforcement.

    FBI dropping the ball and not doing something about a bonafide terrorist tip that lead to the murders of many students in FL only points to the dysfunction in FBI where too many of its senior people were spending more time harassing Donald Trump than working terrorist tips.

    Chris Wray deserves to be disciplined because he failed to get rid of the Rosenstein Gang. The President needs to be chastised because when he appointed Wray he should have asked for the resignations of all FBI appointees.

    The FL murders could have been avoided. When FBI gets handed perfect info on a platter and fails to do anything about it, something is wrong. The only good thing about this is the FBI tipster wasn't immediately arrested by FBI as a co-conspirator to shut him up. Phill, you personally know how this works first-hand from a notorious drug case you reported some years ago... LE letting the criminals skate and the tipsters lose everything so that LE can cover its a**. Thank God this tipster got the word out before anyone in FBI could blame him... and perhaps FBI couldn't put the blame on the tipster because Comey is gone from our agency... and will only come back if a Clinton becomes president.

    What came out of Rod today was not enough. This Russian crap needs to conclude so that our agency has no stupid political distractions from doing all that we can and are supposed to do. The President needs to use this failure to replace Rod with an AG who will push Mueller to a conclusion... or get rid of Sessions so that a new AG can take full charge of Mueller, and order him to finish up NOW!

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Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 27
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Matthews Chris, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 29
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McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 77
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Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 51
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    15 Feb 2018, 14:29 PST, 2nd Edition

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      We all know that when gas prices go up more American take to selling illegal drugs to help make ends meet. Decades of illegal drug numbers irrefutably show that illegal drug use escalated up during periods of high gas prices.

      Now we are hearing that our new president may be stupid enough to pull a 'GHW Bush' by raising taxes... in this case the gas tax... which electric car drivers will be the only people unaffected. So is it fair to only make gas driven car owners pay when electric car drivers also use the same roads.

      Before being elected our new president told us he was not only smart, he told us he was really smart!. If this is true, then a really smart person should be able to figure out a way for ALL Americans to pay for road work (after all, even the poor who don't own cars use products that are carried on our roads).

      Of course, people should never be charged more for what they need... only for what they want and don't need. If there is going to be a tax it should not be directed only at drivers of gas vehicles who NEED gas to drive to work. A federal tax should be levied on something, such as marijuana... a product no one needs but a lot of people want.

      Our new president should read the marijuana tax proposal to finance infrastructure that someone published on The Watch a short time ago. Only a smart person can figure out where to find new money without raising taxes, whereas any moron can raise an existing tax... just ask GHW Bush who let the Democrats talk him into raising taxes... and it cost him his re-election.

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    13 Feb 2018, 20:19 PST, 6th Edition

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      Dear Phill:

      I read and like your idea to incentivise increasing the VA's physician pool by making all MD (OD and Dental) VA salaries tax-free, and allowing doc's in private practice to deduct an additional $1,500 from their tax due for every ten hours they work at a VA hospital. That idea would immediately end the VA's physician shortage, and thereby the long patient waiting lists. Well done!

      But when we talked today also about 'medical marijuana' I wanted to put some of our ideas in print. So if you will publish the following on The Watch I would appreciate it...

      I agree with you that there is no such thing as 'medical' marijuana. Marijuana does not heal. I also agree with the VA's recent decision not to study marijuana as a possible medicine. Nor do I think (my agency) DEA should be granting study licenses to any group to find out if marijuana has any healing or rejuvenating medical qualities. If marijuana did possess any, humankind would have learned of those benefits many centuries ago.

      However, I agree that marijuana should be studied... but only to determine if and how much the overall health of marijuana users suffers over time, which I firmly believe it does. And if this hypotheses can be proven, the proof of marijuana's immediate or gradual use as a physical or mental degenerative agent can be used as a determinant in how to monetarily charge Americans for their health care.

      For example, anyone who tests positive for marijuana use can be mandated to buy (additional) health care insurance. And oppositely, anyone who does not test positive for marijuana (or any illegal drug for that matter) can receive a 100% tax deductible from IRS for their yearly health care insurance cost. (Obviously, this can later be expanded to included tobacco smoking and alcohol consumption... both of which have already proven conclusively to harm the body either directly, or indirectly because they slow and lower the body's self-healing and disease resistance capabilities.)

      Mr. Trump said that we are a country of ideas. Virtually every major discovery has either been invented by an American or enhanced for everyday use by an American. The people who willingly harm themselves by using degenerating substances should be required to insure for their medical care. Those who don't use degenerating substances should be rewarded for reducing their need for medical care. And, of course, blood and urine test result statements submitted to the IRS each April 15th will be the determinants who gets the bill and who gets the benefit.

      Good talking to you today.

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    13 Feb 2018, 18:56 PST, 5th Edition

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      Every PI agency worth its salt should be working this caper... including Rudy's people. This was, after all, a terrorist act threatening the President of the US even though the powder was benign. Had the powder been an active substance the intended victims would have had physical contact with the President... rendering it as close to an assassination attempt as a distance player could do.

      Which is why the President needs to get rid of the Recuser so that a new AG can take over the reigns of the Mueller madness and get that 'matter' ended quickly. Our country has too many urgent problems to deal with. Slowpoke Mueller, who is deliberately dragging out his peep, is keeping all of our resources distracted and fragmented. When this Democrat witch hunt is over we must hope that Mueller will never see another fed job again.

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    13 Feb 2018, 18:21 PST, 4th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "This type of investigation, not working hand-in-glove with criminal organizations, is what FBI was created eighty years ago to run."

      The big question is will 'Fay' Wray get his boys and girls to find the creep, or will it take Sessions to get on Wray's butt to get it done. But what more than likely is happening is... both Wray and Sessions are probably snail-walking the investigation because they fear one of Wray's junior G-men or one of Sessions' Obama punks will 'leak' to the Clinton News Network that FBI is giving more attention to the 'Trump letter' than to other victims of crime. And expect even Hilary herself to claim that the FBI she cannot control overtly as she did under Comey is giving the Trump's 'special treatment'... talk about the pot calling the kettle black... (P.S. That was a clue.)

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      The debate is whether there are many rank-and-file in FBI who believe as several of their seniors believed that Donald Trump should not be President. We will learn the truth when we see how long it takes for FBI to discover the identity of the scrote who mailed the white powder to a Trump family member.

      This type of investigation, not working hand-in-glove with criminal organizations, is what FBI was created eighty years ago to run. And any moron who sends an envelope with a suspect powder and threatening letter can only be a total moron and psychopath that a 24/7 department should be able to nab post-haste.

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    13 Feb 2018, 14:03 PST, 2nd Edition

    Special Message #18 to President Donald John Trump Sr.:

      Dear Mr. President,

    Since the only reason for Rob Porter's delayed security clearance problem was due to a fear that he might be subjected to blackmail because he rough-handled a cheating spouse, then Mr. Porter should be re-hired now that the reason for blackmail has been fully exposed and cannot be used by a nefarious agent to get him to relinquish state secrets.

    If need be, rehire Mr. Porter on probation. After enough time has passed and there are no other incidents similar to the reason why you accepted his resignation, Mr. Porter's probation should be ended.

    Ignore those who believe that a husband who rough-houses a cheating wife should never work again for the rest of his life, or be subjected to public harassment for decades after a wife's bruised eye has healed and she has gone on to be with another man. In America we don't punish people permanently unless a life has been taken. Mr. Porter's two ex-wives are very much alive and doing well.

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    12 Feb 2018, 15:56 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Not all of us can support everything our new President wants to accomplish, but we should all support the things he has accomplished in one year that his predecessor failed to accomplish in eight years... despite the former president's 2008 campaign promises to accomplish much before 2009 was out.

      We now have enough money for our military to kick butt when appropriate, hopefully without DOD spending $1,350.00 for each toilet seat again. The VA is getting better, though much still needs to be done under a future new SecVA. Infrastructure repairs will soon begin, hopefully by more natural-born citizens than by Green Card workers. The economy and taxes are to be applauded, hopefully without Wall Street con-artists scheming up ways to steal all the gains and crash everything again. And today something is getting started in Congress to lastingly stop the job theft, resource drain and crimes directly associated with illegal immigration.

      All in all, things are getting better now than under the previous WH Administration. Mr. Trump has proven that a president can golf and play with his family, while at the same time get serious and hard work done. Obama would not. Which provides us with an important Lesson Learned: Let us never again elect a boy to do a man's job!

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    11 Feb 2018, 12:41 PST, 5th Edition

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      The person from the State Dept who published earlier neglected to mention that SecState Tillerson has announced that he will not be going to Israel in an upcoming trip to the Middle East. All the more reason to suspect that Israel hopes to instigate a war with Iran very soon because Tillerson knows that if he is in Israel at the time war breaks out -- or has even met with the Israelis just prior to a war -- would look too much like US complicity.

      I agree with the State Dept writer, only a fool would go to the Middle East in the near future. If I were scheduled to TDY there I would immediately arrange some medical or other reason to get out of going. American's over there will be prime targets for kidnapping or killing because everyone knows that Israel would never engage in a major conflict unless it knew that our country would supply and support them. And the way Nikki Haley has been defending even Israeli abuses in Palestine, it goes without saying Trump is ready to fight for Israel... especially if he thinks US involvement in a war against Iran will scare the nut in North Korea... while convincing the leaders of Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan and Australia that the US will back its Allies to keep them from caving to NK or Chinese territorial or commercial demands. In effect, the Domino Theory in reverse.

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    11 Feb 2018, 12:29 PST, 4th Edition

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      I agree with the previous writers. But there is another element that motivates Israel provoking a war with Iran in the near future that is aside from Netanyahu's possible prosecution if not removal from office... Iran is expecting a major draught this year that will require it to import more grain and other food. A war will make imports a problem for Iran especially if Trump's contribution to the war will be to prevent other nation's from selling food to Iran. The hope is that little food in Iran, along with a war, will get Iranians to topple their Revolutionary government and bring back the ex-Shah's kid who will allow Israel to torment the Palestinians worse than before.

      All wars are always started by lies and scams. All of Israel's wars since Biblical times have been based on lies, scams, stealing and greed. And every war we have been in since Korea has involved illegal drug use increasing among the American public. A new American war in the Middle East will give a blank check to Mexican cartels to highly profit by dumping more drugs into our country that will weaken our military recruit pool. Our Army is pathetic enough already with the increase in homosexuals and the admittance of prior drug users flowing in. We will not be able to win a war. The most we can hope for is our two oceans keeping enemies away. The only weak point of entry for our enemies remains Mexico... and the sanctuary cities in our country who put out the Welcome Mat to illegals who can turn into enemies at the drop of the hat. We've already seen potentially hostile Dreamer rallies that have threatened violence against us.

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      Someone wrote: "All are strongly advised to avoid any travel or assignment for any reason to any location in the Middle East for the foreseeable future."

      It doesn't take a High School diploma to figure out that Netanyahu is trying his hardest to provoke any defense of Israeli air attacks in Syria or any attack by any indiv or group on Israel itself to justify launching an Israeli air attack on Iran proper... and namely its nuclear facilities. And because Netanyahu and members of his family are under criminal scrutiny he needs a major distraction from that matter. It would be very sad if Israel's obvious warmongering has been given a wink and nod by Trump who should know better that any Islamic nation who opposes Israel deporting every Muslim from within Israel's borders will be considered an enemy and target of Israel. This is not a war we need to be dragged into. Didn't Israel's using G.W. Bush to invade Iraq cause enough trouble? The Iranians are not like the weak-kneed Jordanians and Egyptians, nor like the culturally divided Iraqis. Iranians and their supporters will fight until the end of time.

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    11 Feb 2018, 04:12 PST, 1st Edition

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      All are strongly advised to avoid any travel or assignment for any reason to any location in the Middle East for the foreseeable future. The President of the United States has given the leaders of Israel approval to use any circumstance to provoke conflict with Iran for the purpose of giving Israel even weak justification for attacking Iranian nuclear facilities. Needless to say, such an attack by Israel will unleash hostilities that will jeopardize the safety and lives of Americans in the entire region as nations take sides against Israel and the President enters the United States on the side of Israel.

      As the possible indictment of Mr. Netanyahu gets closer we anticipate Israel will initiate conflict sooner than later for the purpose of using a national conflict to distract elements in the Israel government opposed to him who are seeking his prosecution for criminal and corruption activities. We anticipate Mr. Netanyahu will use a conflict to permanently remove individuals in the Israeli government who oppose him and his Party.

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      Thirty years ago, before Bill Clinton, there would have been headlines when a major drug cartel thug was arrested. Today such an arrest gets very little notice by the wierdos in the news media.

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    09 Feb 2018, 17:37 PST, 4th Edition

    Results of Yesterday's 24 hour Survey:

      DEA Watch 08 Feb 2018 -- Who Should Pay For Voluntary or Encouraged Addiction? -- TOPIC: The US Congress plans to spend billions of tax dollars to pay for the "recovery" of Americans who are addicted to opioids.

      (DEA Watch Note: Statistical results are rounded off to their nearest whole number.)

      QUESTION 1/2: Should tax payers be required to pay for the treatment of de-addicting individuals who voluntary abused opioid medicines?

        Yes... 0%
        No... 100%

      QUESTION 2/2: Should doctors and pharmaceutical companies, and not taxpayers, foot the bill for treatment of opioid medicines they either prescribed or encouraged people to use?

        Yes... 87%
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      Suggest a 24 Hour Survey question...

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    09 Feb 2018, 14:03 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Much applause from me to the suggestion someone made about re-establishing parades for foreign-bound troops each time a unit goes overseas. And why not have the President ask airlines to offer free (space available only) round-trip seating for family members of departing troops to fly to DC or San Pedro to attend the parade, then fly back home. (I guess this could also apply to AmTrac). Powerful unifying morale booster guarantee to enthrall patiotic Americans... and maybe even get some not-so-patriotic to like our military.

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    "On the subject of French-style military parades", con't:
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      Someone wrote: "The President should certainly call for a parade to cheer departing units every time one is being sent overseas."

      There are two reasons why our country finds itself in yet another war. One, we fail to display our military capability. Two, we fail to convince a**hole countries we will be determined to win should we go to war.

      Prior to our engaging them on the battlefield, the Japanese, Germans, North Vietnam and North Korea were very much aware of our capacity to defeat them, but all were convinced we were too divided, or could be divided, to engage them, much less defeat them. Military parades are necessary to convince a**hole countries that we both have the capacity to best them, and that we are not so divided we won't defeat them.

      President Wilson's golfing and partying convinced Germany we would be too screwed up internally to send Americans overseas to fight them. The Germans were right, but they went too far in aggravating the men in America who weren't afraid to fight. Wilson was a gutless coward who preferred young men on the football field and chasing after his three daughters than securing world peace. (Obama was a clone of Wilson). The 'America First' movement preceding WW2 convinced Japan that America was morally weak... and convinced Germany that America was militarily unprepared and unwilling. But both Japan and Germany pushed the fighters in America too far. Had Japan conducted its Dec. 6th, 7th and 8th activities minus their attack on Pearl Harbor, the US would not have declared war on Japan. And had Hitler not been so stupid to see Pearl Harbor as a failure he would not have declared war on the U.S., provoking our declaration of war on him.

      The same is true today. Putin, Iran, Kim all believe that the internal political competition in the US will keep us from acting militarily against them. The Democrats are complicit in fostering this view among the three countries who will, inevitably, go too far as Tojo and Hitler did.

      The same is true with illegal drugs. The Mexican and South American cartels have no fear that US troops will parachute down on their holdings to obliterate them. And drug users and profiteers in the American public and government -- just as Lindberg before WW2 and Wilson before WW1 -- all but led the belief that America would -- or should -- not engage our enemies. Every president since Nixon refused to engage foreign drug producing countries. Trump is the first since Nixon, but Trump is moving too slowly... giving the cartels and their govts every reason to believe we will never go all the way in stamping them out.

      Military (with LE included) parades signal we have the materiel capability to fight and, at the very least, there are some in America who will fight.

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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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    Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 63
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    Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 182
    Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
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    Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 30
    Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 152
    Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
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    Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 84
    Camarena Enrique Jr, Excellent
    Carson Ben, Outstanding, Week 21
    Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
    Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Excellent
    Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
    Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
    Colder Karl, Satisfactory
    Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 142
    Comey James, Satisfactory
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    Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding, Week 2
    Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 13
    Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 105
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    Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 32
    D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 124
    Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
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    Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 81
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    Epshteyn Boris, Excellent
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    Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
    Ferguson Michael, Excellent
    Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 57
    Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 80
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    Fuentes Rick, Excellent
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    Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding, Week 2
    Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
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    Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 19
    Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 111
    Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 33
    Graham Lindsey Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 60
    Grassley Charles, Outstanding +
    Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 147
    Haley Nikki, Unsatisfactory, Week 7
    Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
    Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 50
    Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 148
    Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 3
    Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 73
    Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 7
    Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 78
    Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 13
    Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 127
    Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 128
    Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 75
    Kelly John, Excellent
    Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
    King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 115
    Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 13
    Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 109
    Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 34
    Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 74
    Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 111
    Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 78
    LePage Paul Gov., Unsatisfactory, Week 213
    Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 119
    Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
    Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 112
    Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
    Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 244
    Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 243
    Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
    Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 11
    Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 67
    Marino Tom, Satisfactory
    Martin John, Outstanding, Week 4
    Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
    Mattis James, Satisfactory
    McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    McConnell Mitch, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
    McMaster H.R., Excellent
    Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Miami Office, Excellent
    Mica John, Satisfactory
    Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 70
    Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 42
    Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 25
    Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 77
    Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 82
    Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
    Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 156
    New York Office, Excellent
    Nielsen Kirstjen, Excellent
    Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 39
    Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 47
    O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 137
    Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 20
    Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Patterson Robert, Excellent
    Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 11
    PD-Chicago, Unsatisfactory, Week 14
    PD-Los Angeles, Satisfactory
    PD-New York, Satisfactory
    Pence Mike VP, Satisfactory
    Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 121
    Pompeo Mike, Outstanding, Week 4
    Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 44
    Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 84
    Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 91
    Putin Vladmir, Satisfactory
    Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Excellent
    Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 76
    Roach Barbara, Outstanding, Week 5
    Rosenstein, Rod, Unsatisfactory, Week 32
    Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 32
    Sallet Jeffrey, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 154
    San Francisco Division, Excellent
    Scheuer Michael, Outstanding, Week 29
    Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 292
    Sessions Jeff, Satisfactory
    Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 65
    Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
    Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 40
    St Louis Office, Satisfactory
    Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 102
    Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 45
    Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 78
    Szubin Adam, Excellent
    Taubira Christiane, Excellent
    Tillerson Rex, Excellent -
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    Trump Donald, Outstanding, Week 3
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    Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
    Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 32
    Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
    Waters Maxine, Unsatisfactory, Week 26
    Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
    Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 62
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    Wray Chris, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
    Wright Adolphus, Satisfactory
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    Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 45


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    CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 115
    FOX News, Satisfactory -
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    MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 96
    Newsmax, Excellent
    One America, Outstanding, Week 149
    Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 32


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    Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 64
    Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 129
    Bash Dana (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 88
    Berman John (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Bernstein Carl (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Borger Gloria (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 65
    Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 226
    Carter Sara, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 4
    Cavanaugh Jim (MSNBC, Outstanding, Week 18
    Cavuto Neil, (FOX), Outstanding, Week 3
    Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
    Chaffetz Jason, Outstanding, Week 34
    Chang Gordon, Outstanding, Week 12
    Christi Chris, Outstanding, Week 99
    Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 126
    Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 86
    DeGenova Joe, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 2
    Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 81
    Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 55
    Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 84
    Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 36
    Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 26
    Faulkner Harris, (FOX) Excellent
    Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 24
    Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 64
    Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 100
    Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 43
    Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 64
    Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 65
    Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 23
    Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
    Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
    Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 81
    Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 108
    Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 47
    Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 41
    Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 68
    Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
    King John, (CNN) Satisfactory -
    Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Excellent (Static)
    Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
    Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Satisfactory
    Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 122
    Matthews Chris, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 28
    McCaffery Barry, Unsatisfactory, Week 14
    McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 76
    Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 77
    Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 49
    O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 112
    Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 112
    Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
    Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 82
    Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 110
    Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Roberts John, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 13
    Rogers Mike, (CNN) Excellent
    Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 40
    Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 50
    Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 106
    Scaramucci Anthony, Outstanding, Week 30
    Schulz Ed, (RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 26
    Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory Week 49
    Sexton Buck, Outstanding, Week 13
    Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 47
    Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 262
    Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
    Skinner Kiron, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 13
    Smith Sheppard, (Fox) Satisfactory
    Stirewalt Chris, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 14
    Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 58
    Townsend Fran, (CNN), Satisfactory
    Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
    Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 239
    Waltz Michael LTC, (Fox) Outstanding, Week 16
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    08 Feb 2018, 14:51 PST, 3rd Edition

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      I predicted very accurately that when ISIS became unable to sell oil, gas prices would immediately start going up again due to oil company greed and the bribes oil companies pay members of the US Congress to avoid regulating the price or enforcement on Wall Street. President Trump is a co-conspirator. The problem has never been about terrorism. The problem has always been oil company greed, with the indigenous in oil-exporting countries being labeled as terrorists for fighting back against American and UK-led oil companies exerting corruption and horrors on them to maintain control of their nation's most valuable asset.

      Why is the stock market so erratic? The answer is very obvious: Many companies, governments and investors de-linked their stock profits to gas prices after ISIS lowered them. Now there is major uncertainty because Wall Street is attempting to re-link profits to oil prices and investors are correct to be cautious that another de-linking, when ISIS (or other entities) inevitably re-take control of oil fields again and again drop the price of oil.

      Only a fool would fall into Wall Street's scam to sucker fools into re-investing in oil during this interim before a stronger re-emergence of ISIS.

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    08 Feb 2018, 12:24 PST, 2nd Edition

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      One of the largest parades in France took place during WW2 when thousands of American soldiers on their way to fight Germans were first paraded through Paris... and were on the front line the next day.

      Once upon a time, prior to the Vietnam War, all troops heading across the Atlantic or the Pacific were paraded. So why have only one parade in DC? Why not do what we did before violent student protesters and their girlfriends halted military parades of departing soldiers during Vietnam and route all troops heading overseas through DC on the East Coast and San Pedro on the West Coast? The President should certainly call for a parade to cheer departing units every time one is being sent overseas. Good for military and public morale.

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    07 Feb 2018, 20:55 PST, 3rd Edition

    "EXECUTE!":
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      DEA could benefit by following the Commandant's succinct and poignant message to the USMC. Have to like his no nonsense single order "EXECUTE."

      We should also follow his lead by omitting some of the silly rubbish from our mission statements and pay heed to the Commandant's words, There is no runner up in combat; thus we can never be complacent or be satisfied with good enough.

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    07 Feb 2018, 13:41 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Col Lawrence Wilkerson

    ... has been added for your Job Performance evaluation.

      Submittor's comments: "Watch readers will recall sixteen years ago the numerous publications on The Watch authored by very senior people in DOD and State warning against war with Iraq, and specifying that invading Iraq was motivated by senior Israeli-Americans working in both agencies as well as the WH who's primary goal was the eradication of a Muslim power capable of opposing Israeli aggression the Middle East... and the other motivation was to keep Iraqi oil off the world market so that oil and gas prices would remain high to make them profitable to Wall Street investors.

      "Today, sixteen years later, we are now hearing from Col Lawrence Wilkerson who was the Chief of Staff to Gen'l Colin Powell. Wilkerson is repeating the same warning today regarding Iran. Israel wants the US to take out Iran, the last remaining Muslim military power capable of preventing an Israel takeover of the Middle East and its oilfields. Wilkerson, and soon to be others, are warning Americans not to fall for the same scam that was pushed in 2002, and which destabilized the ME and led to terrorist groups like Al Queda and ISIS.

      "It is still all about oil and Israeli domination. President Trump, as did George W. Bush, is surrounding himself with Israeli-Americans bent on using America to obliterate Iran now that Iran has agreed to shelve its only deterrent, a nuclear response, to an Israeli-controlled US invasion."

      "America should only go to war when America's national security is threatened... not because an ally, who spies on us and steals our secrets, wants to us to go to war for them."

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    06 Feb 2018, 17.32 PST, 3rd Edition

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    ... has been added for your Job Performance evaluation.

      Submittor's comments: "This guy does not know when to shut up. He overtalks and breaks in on his guests at critical times when they are providing new and good information. It's great that he's strong supporter of the President, but because his massive ego wants him to be thought of as the President's most vocal savior he tries to be more informative than his guests he invites who have far more information to deliver. This guy is really tough to watch. Too often I just have to shut him off to shut him up."

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    06 Feb 2018, 11:41 PST, 2nd Edition

    "MS-13":
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      Obama did nothing about MS-13. Democrats in the House who preside over minority districts seething with MS-13 did nothing. Now we have an old man in Main who, when he doesn't recuse himself to avoid dealing with a problem, delegates the hard word to others. And the only reason why Sessions is answering the President's call to deal with MS-13 is because the President called... had the President not called, Sessions would be still taking his all-day nap.

      There are only two ways to handle MS-13. One way is Search and Destroy. The other is Fight Fire With Fire.

      There is one way NOT to deal with MS-13. That way is the old, outdated, unproductive and time-wasting policy of producing stats.

      MS-13 must be wiped off the face of the Earth. Young men, not old and tired men, must be assigned the task. Throw the book away. Disregard courtroom prosecutions. Simply exterminate with extreme prejudice... which is the only language MS-13 knows. Rehabilitation is not an option because once a person dips their hand in blood they will dip again... and again.

      Seek out and destroy. Make MS-13 members disappear. Use vats of bone-dissolving acid or incinerators to remove the exterminated bodies. Or pack their bodies up and send them to the moon. Get MS-13 off the Earth.

      How to determine when MS-13 is being decimated? When chopped up bodies stop being found... and when MS-13 members flood dermatologists to have their tattoos removed.

      How to find future MS-13 members? Require tattoos to operate 24/7 cameras, just as banks and ATMs are required to maintain, photographing the faces of customers. No 24/7 camera... no business license for tattoos. Put tattoos, just like any human-treatment practitioner, under the jurisdiction of DEA.

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    02 Feb 2018, 17:02 PST, 7th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "... the conversation centered entirely upon actions within the Brit Royal family prior to the US election favoring Mrs. Clinton, and the "despatching" of a Brit intell officer to "assist" Trump opponents in the US... This would appear that the indiv central to the Russian investigation in the US was operating with consent "at the highest levels" in "the Palace".

      The Royal Family worked well with every American president, save for Reagan... until he sent Navy ships to the Falkland Islands to save the Royal Family from losing a war against Argentina.

      The Royal Family greatly feared Donald Trump because of 'America First'... the two words that England so abhorrently hated during WW2 when men like Charles Lindbergh prevented the US from entering the war against Hitler for two full years while England had to fight alone... and was losing.

      Mr. Steele's "passionate" dislike for Donald Trump was actually the Queen's 'passionate' fear of Donald Trump. Mr. Steele was speaking for his Queen.

      The problem country working to prevent Trump's victory in favor of the Clinton's (who got along famously with the Royal Family when they occupied the WH during the 1990's) was never Russia... it was England!

      This is what Anglophiles in the Obama (and the hoped for Clinton) Administration are really hiding.

      Signed,
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    02 Feb 2018, 15:29 PST, 6th Edition

    Report From the Tunnel:

      My pal Mike informs me today of a conversation between a member of an American intell agency and an official working in London. Mike tells me the conversation centered entirely upon actions within the Brit Royal family prior to the US election favoring Mrs. Clinton, and the "despatching" of a Brit intell officer to "assist" Trump opponents in the US.

      This would appear that the indiv central to the Russian investigation in the US was operating with consent "at the highest levels" in "the Palace".

      More later as Mike reports it.

      Signed (D/W redacted)

    "In Memory of my mentor William K. 'Big Bill' Harvey"

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    02 Feb 2018, 14:37 PST, 5th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "We need a new DEA Administrator!!!"

      Bring back Frank White as our Administrator... the best and smartest fighter this agency ever had. I bet President Trump liked the Dirty Harry movies with Clint Eastwood playing Frank Sinatra's image of G/S White.

      Signed,
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    02 Feb 2018, 13:51 PST, 4th Edition

    "White (Half-way) House":
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      Everyone in this agency can only applaud that instead of Hillary Clinton who would be handing out marijuana joints at the White House, we have a President who has spoken out more about illegal drugs in the last year than Obama mentioned in eight years. But, having a good President talking about illegal drugs is not enough. This agency needs a fighter like Homan over at ICE who is taking the fight to the criminals... our Administrator is continuing his retarded predecessor's laziness.

      We need a new DEA Administrator!!!

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    02 Feb 2018, 11:38 PST, 3rd Edition

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      I have known Rod for (D/W redacted) years. He is not an honorable man. He is driven by ambition.

      At this moment Rod is calculating his odds. He knows that if he can continue to generate threats from Democrats to pursue an obstruction charge against the president he might remain in his job, though some of his duties may be altered. He also knows that if he is fired he will become the favorite son of the DNC and can hope for its support to run for a Congressional seat. Rod also knows that the President and Sessions cannot have a conversation about getting rid of him because those talks could be used as a conspiracy to obstruct... and Rod knows that Sessions is a total p**sy who doesn't have the guts to fire Rod on his own, without consulting with the President.

      Rod is immensely enjoying the protection he is getting from the Democrats... and aware that when a Democrat becomes President in the future he will be picked to run FBI or Main... but only a majority of Dems in the Senate will get his appointment confirmed.

      Whatever the scenario, Rod sees himself as an ultimate winner and will never resign unless he gets a deal that he will not be prosecuted for his complicity in defrauding one or more FISA judges by withholding critical information that would have rejected the warrant he obtained.

      And you can rest assured that Jim Comey and others are sucking up to Rod to get Rod to include them in any no-prosecution deal in exchange for voluntary resignation.

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    02 Feb 2018, 10:21 PST, 2nd Edition

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      When you swing the pendulum too far in the one direction you are mandated to allow the pendulum to swing back in the opposite direction.

      Fearing for his job, and that of his boss and other seniors in this building, Rod hoped to maintain the status quo with a Clinton victory. It didn't happen because one of the boys violated the Golden Rule: don't involve females in a crime caper... which Pete did. Now Rod has but one swing left... that is to make the necessary announcement that the Supremes would make in a final decision. Which is: when evidence known to be fraudulent has been used to seek a conviction, the case must be thrown out and all convictions nullified.

      Rod needs to issue a statement to the effect: 'In light of deeper re-evaluation I have decided to terminate the Mueller investigation.' Rod then needs to return the investigation back to the Bureau where it will be swiftly ended. Then having restored his credibility, Rod should resign and hope he will one day be recalled by this or another president to serve honorably.

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    02 Feb 2018, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

    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 2
    Amash Justin, Outstanding, week 3
    Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 73
    Arabit Joe, Outstanding, Week 2
    Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 95
    Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 68
    Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 72
    Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 62
    Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 43
    Bersin Alan, Outstanding, Week 11
    Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 223
    Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 59
    Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 181
    Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 76
    Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 76
    Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 151
    Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
    Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 67
    Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 83
    Camarena Enrique Jr, Excellent
    Carson Ben, Outstanding, Week 20
    Carter Buddy (Rep.), Excellent
    Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Excellent
    Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 55
    Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
    Colder Karl, Satisfactory
    Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 141
    Comey James, Satisfactory
    Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Conway KellyAnne, Outstanding
    Cooper Jim (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 12
    Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 104
    Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 14
    Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 11
    Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 66
    Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 134
    Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 123
    Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
    Daly Deirdre M (USA), Outstanding, Week 22
    DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 106
    DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
    DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 39
    Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 95
    Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 76
    Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
    Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 80
    El Paso Office, Satisfactory
    Epshteyn Boris, Excellent
    Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 63
    Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
    Ferguson Michael, Excellent +
    Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 56
    Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 79
    Flores Sarah (DOJ), Unsatisfactory
    Fuentes Rick, Excellent
    Gabbard Tulsi (Rep. HI), Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Gaetz Matt (R-FL), Outstanding
    Gardner Cory, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 73
    Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 66
    Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 18
    Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 110
    Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 32
    Graham Lindsey Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 59
    Grassley Charles, Excellent
    Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 146
    Haley Nikki, Unsatisfactory, Week 6
    Harris Kamala, Unsatisfactory, Week 21
    Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 49
    Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 147
    Homan Thomas, Outstanding, Week 2
    Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 72
    Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 6
    Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 77
    Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 12
    Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 126
    Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 127
    Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Katco John (Rep NY), Outstanding, Week 74
    Kelly John, Excellent
    Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
    King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 114
    Kyaw Htin (Burma), Unsatisfactory, Week 12
    Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 108
    Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 33
    Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 73
    Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 110
    Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 77
    LePage Paul Gov., Unsatisfactory, Week 212
    Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 118
    Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
    Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 111
    Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
    Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 243
    Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 242
    Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
    Maduro Nicolas, Outstanding, Week 10
    Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 66
    Marino Tom, Satisfactory
    Martin John, Outstanding, Week 3
    Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
    Mattis James, Satisfactory
    McCain John (Sen. AZ), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    McConnell Mitch, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
    McMaster H.R., Excellent +
    Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Miami Office, Excellent
    Mica John, Satisfactory
    Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 69
    Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 41
    Miller Stephen, Outstanding, Week 24
    Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 76
    Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 81
    Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Excellent
    Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 155
    New York Office, Excellent
    Nielsen Kirstjen, Excellent
    Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 46
    O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 136
    Olson Wendy USA, Outstanding, Week 19
    Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Patterson Robert, Excellent
    Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 10
    PD-Chicago, Unsatisfactory, Week 13
    PD-Los Angeles, Satisfactory
    PD-New York, Satisfactory
    Pence Mike VP, Satisfactory
    Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 120
    Pompeo Mike, Outstanding, Week 3
    Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 43
    Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 83
    Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 90
    Putin Vladmir, Satisfactory -
    Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Excellent
    Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 75
    Roach Barbara, Outstanding, Week 4
    Rosenstein, Rod, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Sallet Jeffrey, Unsatisfactory
    Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 153
    San Francisco Division, Excellent
    Scheuer Michael, Outstanding, Week 28
    Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 291
    Sessions Jeff, Satisfactory
    Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 64
    Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
    Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 39
    St Louis Office, Satisfactory
    Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 101
    Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 44
    Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 77
    Szubin Adam, Excellent
    Taubira Christiane, Excellent
    Tillerson Rex, Outstanding, Week 17
    Trudeau Justin, PM Canada, Unsatisfactory, Week 16
    Trump Donald, Outstanding, Week 2
    Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 319
    Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 117
    Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
    Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 31
    Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
    Waters Maxine, Unsatisfactory, Week 25
    Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
    Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 61
    Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 37
    Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 60
    Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Wray Chris, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Wright Adolphus, Satisfactory
    Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 100
    Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 45


    BBC World, Excellent
    CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 114
    FOX News, Excellent
    FOX Business, Excellent
    MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 95
    Newsmax, Excellent
    One America, Outstanding, Week 148
    Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 31


    Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
    Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 77
    Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 62
    Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 128
    Bash Dana (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 87
    Berman John (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
    Bernstein Carl (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
    Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 37
    Borger Gloria (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
    Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 64
    Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 225
    Carter Sara, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 3
    Cavanaugh Jim (MSNBC, Outstanding, Week 17
    Cavuto Neil, (FOX), Outstanding, Week 2
    Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
    Chaffetz Jason, Outstanding, Week 33
    Chang Gordon, Outstanding, Week 11
    Christi Chris, Outstanding, Week 98
    Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 37
    Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 125
    Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 85
    DeGenova Joe, (FOX) Outstanding
    Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 80
    Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 54
    Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 83
    Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 35
    Doocy Steve, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 25
    Faulkner Harris, (FOX) Excellent
    Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 23
    Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 63
    Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 99
    Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 42
    Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 63
    Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 64
    Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 22
    Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
    Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
    Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 80
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