“And I Know a Lot About Hacking” – Yeah. Hacking America.

January 01, 2017 By: El Jefe Category: Trump

We’re entering Reality TeeVee World.  Now every national security or economic issue is going to be teased for days, just like Celebrity Apprentice.  Last night, Cheeto Jesus promised reporters a “revelation” on “Tuesday or Wednesday” about the hacking by the Russians of our elections.  This arrogant ass (sorry Momma) has decided he knows more than 17 intelligence agencies, using the false accusation that they got the WMD wrong in Iraq.  The fact is that the intelligence agencies didn’t get WMD wrong.  Cheney and his cronies cooked the intelligence to get the answer they wanted.  But we all know that.

“I just want them to be sure because it’s a pretty serious charge,” CJ said.  When asked how he knows more than US intelligence agencies, he said, “You’ll find out on Tuesday or Wednesday.” So, national security issues are teased like crappy television shows.  CJ’s nonsensical declarations last night harken back to the whole birther mess in 2011 and 2012.  Remember when he said, “I have people that have been studying [Obama’s birth certificate] and they cannot believe what they’re finding …”?  What they found was nada, zero, nothing.  So, the guy who made a career out of peddling BS as jewelry is now saying he knows more than 17 intelligence agencies.

One last thing that I left out – The stupidest thing he said?  Look at this:

“I don’t care what they say, no computer is safe,” he added. “I have a boy who’s 10 years old; he can do anything with a computer. You want something to really go without detection, write it out and have it sent by courier.”

“Send it by courier”?  This clown is so out of touch that he thinks the average American can afford a courier.  Jesus.  No, really.  Jesus.

This should be entertaining, if not infuriating.


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14 Comments to ““And I Know a Lot About Hacking” – Yeah. Hacking America.”

  1. two crows says:

    Here’s his mindset in a nutshell, “I have people.” That’s it. He HAS people — as in owns people.

    As to what they couldn’t believe they were finding in that birth certificate? I guess they just COULDN’T BELIEVE that President Obama was born in Hawaii. What a shocker!

    As to this latest promo for his new teevee show — um presidency:
    I’m sorry El Jefe, I must disagree with you on one point. Entertaining it most certainly will not be. Infuriating? Yes. Terrifying? Absolutely. But entertaining? Not so much.

    Is it 2021 yet? Please?

  2. e platypus onion says:

    In the hystery of the civilized world no single courier has ever been kidnapped and tortured for the info they carry. Not one, ever. I could be wrong.

    For the Gulf War I don’t recall all these agencies agreeing to any claim of WMDs, let alone 17 or more.

  3. RepubAnon says:

    When will the media stop reporting Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claims made solely to “win” the news cycle?

    Answer: not unless we can convince the media types that Donald Trump’s last name is really “Clinton.”

    The “interesting times” start on January 20. The national edition of Moral Mondays (or at least a DC edition) needs to start the next day…

  4. Lunargent says:

    No, no, Donnie:

    It’s “hacking”, not “being a Hack”.

  5. “The fact is that the intelligence agencies didn’t get WMD wrong. Cheney and his cronies cooked the intelligence to get the answer they wanted. But we all know that.”

    Unfortunately I’ve not heard anyone on TV say anything other than that DJT makes a good point (that the intelligence community got it wrong on WMD), including Chris Hayes and Rachel Maddow. We need to remind them… and every other journalist. This is only the second place I’ve read it in print recently (don’t remember the other).

  6. So now Trump knows a lot about hacking.

    I think he has also said he knows a lot about climate change and solar panels.

    I might start a page on my site listing all the things Trump says he knows, but probably really knows nothing at all about.

    Have I missed any?

  7. Thank you, El Jefe, “Arrogant Ass” he shall forever be.
    So stoopid he doesn’t know what he doesn’t know, but proclaims his opinions to be gospel. The Resistance must start ASAP! This fool has to go.

  8. two crows says:

    @ RepubAnon:
    I’m watching a show on AHC entitled “Hitler.” I’ve begun writing a list of similarities between Hitler and You-Know-Who.
    Here’s how the press treated Hitler:
    On the day following Krystal Nacht, a British magazine called _Homes and Gardens_ published a piece on Hitler’s opulent home in the hills of Germany.

    Somehow, I don’t think the press will become un-enamored of Trump in the foreseeable future. I can only hope that he doesn’t have to perpetrate similar atrocities before they wake up.

  9. It’s probably a good thing Mama doesn’t allow bad language here or we would have many melted computers.

    It’s difficult to talk about the Predator-Elect without resorting to the most appropriate language- blistering, sizzling, glowing hot, livid, vivid rudimentary language. Sigh.

    “I don’t particularly care for the Predator-Elect.”

  10. Bob Boland says:

    Is it me or does Herr Drumpf look like V.I. Lenin in the photo above? Or is it Mussolini?

  11. Anomalous Propagation says:

    Some things from a computer guy who has grown up from writing code in ’62, through early TSO’s in ’72, COBOL [ANSI]85 for PC’s, html hooks for enterprise solutions in ’92, etc.: No computer removed from a network or turned-off can be hacked.

    My dollars for your donuts that SOP at Clinton HQ was to turn off or vary off the net all computers not actively in use. It is minimally accepted protocol at every secured network [for the purposes of this comment, only] on which I’ve ever worked. And no I won’t tell which nets I’ve served or serviced.

    OleBaldy does not know this, nor does his child. That is why voting is NOT DONE on networked computers.

  12. Anomalous Propagation says:

    It is the precedent elect.

    It does not deserve the correct and formal title.

  13. Beg to differ about hacking computers.

    A computer can be hacked by inserting an optical disc or flash drive, using bluetooth (not connected to a network, but perhaps a smart phone), or simply photographing a screenful of terminal gorp and typing away.

    And “turning off” is a relative term.

    You can hack a courier with money, or a club, or a stick in her spokes.

  14. I’m training a flock of pigeons.