Steve Schmidt …. “🇺🇸 Trump’s Inaction on Russia’s Soldier Bounties: Rancid Moment 🇺🇸 …. “!!

~~June 28, 2020~~


The news has spread like wildfire! This has prompted many reactions from every corner of the nation (except for the timid, scared GOPers with the exception a tepid statement made by ‘Aunt Linds’ – AKA Lindsey Graham).

This is an unspeakable action or non-action!

I worked with the VA as a primary care physician and felt connected to the veteran community I served and cared for for many years. I wasn’t aware of the detail and gravitas that Steve expressed as he describes the process of bringing a fallen soldier back home.

There is most definitely an almost sacred ritual in the process of bringing ‘the fallen’ home. Steve describes it concisely and factually.

This is one of the many reasons why this event is so haunting to the people!



American intelligence officials have concluded that a Russian military intelligence unit secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing coalition forces in Afghanistan – including targeting American troops – amid the peace talks to end the long-running war there, according to officials briefed on the matter.

The United States concluded months ago that the Russian unit, which has been linked to assassination attempts and other covert operations in Europe intended to destabilize the West or take revenge on turncoats, had covertly offered rewards for successful attacks last year.

Any involvement with the Taliban that resulted in the deaths of American troops would also be a huge escalation of Russia’s so-called hybrid war against the United States, a strategy of destabilizing adversaries through a combination of such tactics as cyberattacks, the spread of fake news and covert and deniable military operations.

The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the delicate intelligence and internal deliberations. They said the intelligence had been treated as a closely held secret, but the administration expanded briefings about it this week – including sharing information about it with the British government, whose forces are among those said to have been targeted.

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~~Published June 28, 2020~~

Former GOPer slams Trump’s inaction on Russia’s soldier Bounties


Russia offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan, NBC News has confirmed. Political strategist and advisor to the Lincoln Project Steve Schmidt joins Joy Reid to discuss allegations that Donald Trump knew about this, and did nothing, telling AM JOY,

‘What a rancid moment in the life of the American nation.’

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The Saharan Dust …

It hit Puerto Rico firstALL of the Island was covered! … “These dust plumes, called the Saharan Air Layer (or SAL) are born when severe wind storms strike the Sahara. Entering the Atlantic Ocean at the Intertropical Convergence Zone, the plumes catch on to the trade winds, which run east-west along the equator.”

In Saner Thought

First….I take MoMo for her walk at 5 am because it is a bit cooler…that is until this morning… 5 am it was 90 degrees with 85% humidity….just a flippin’ joy. (sarcasm)

Now onto the Big News for the Coast……

This weekend the massive dust cloud that originated from the Sahara should make it to our neck of the world….the problem is we may not get much spectacular sights for it is forecast to be overcast for most of the week.

So I will post photos if I get a chance….until then how about some facts about this “cloud”……

Expansive dust clouds arise from the sun-baked Sahara each year, making the 5,000-mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean to the southern United States. While these dust plumes tend to stay intact while traveling across the ocean, they typically diffuse by the time they hit the Caribbean. But this year, things are…

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Walking. Anybody Can Do This. (Not)

Amazingly awesome!! … you got her!! … “I’m walking back along the last stretch of waterfront, tiring of the same sunrise shots, simmering at my unforced errors, and ready to put the camera away. And then, there She is. Her head pops up along the break wall.
My Cormorant. Solitary. Evasive. Always fishing.”

Live & Learn

2:30 a.m., I’m wide awake, ready to start the day. Hello Day!

It’s a few hours before I set off on the 55th consecutive day of a five-mile walk to greet the sunrise at Cove Island Park.

I’m anxious to see what’s in store for me this morning. And worried that I might sleep through the 4:55 am to 5:15 a.m. peak feeding time for the waterfowl. Normal people set an alarm. I have four gadgets on the night stand next to me ready to jump into action. But for some reason I can’t explain, I don’t. I can’t. A life time of never needing an alarm to get up, I’m not going to start now. I don’t change. And, let’s face it, You don’t either.

4:25 a.m.  I gather up the camera gear. I double check to find the memory card is in its place — the recollection of…

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