August 09, 2005

All Hail President Hastert!

On Technorati, liberals are going all atwitter over a rumor that Patrick Fitzgerald's grand jury is close to handing out indictments against President Bush and his administration:

Although the U.S. Attorney's office in Chicago is staying silent, it is well known that Fitzgerald is digging deep into an assortment of serious improprieties among many Bush administration figures based, in part, on subpoenaed testimony provided by former Secretary of State Colin Powell.

According to federal whistleblower Tom Heneghen, who recently reported on, Powell testified before the citizen grand jury that President Bush had taken the U.S. to war illegally based on lies, which is a capital crime involving treason under the U.S. Code.

"Regarding the Powell testimony, there is no comment," said Sanborn.

However, sources close to the federal grade jury probe also allegedly told Heneghen a host of administration figures besides Bush were also indicted, including Vice-President Richard Cheney, Chief of Staff Andrew Card, Cheney Chief of Staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, imprisoned New York Times reporter Judith Miller and former Senior Cheney advisor Mary Matalin.

Oh my, this is too rich. A Bush indictment, along with indictments Vice President Cheney, and what seems to be the majority of his administration? While this is obviously a left wing dream, I think we can probably take this with an ocean or two full of salt.

Why? For starters, "federal whistleblower" Tom Heneghen is the same credible source that maintained MI6 secret agent (and U.S. Senator) John Kerry was being blackmailed after being caught making snuff porn in England with underage girls. It wasn't bad enough Kerry was being accused of making snuff films, you see, but with underage girls. You know, because violent sex driven murder films just aren't enough of a reason to blackmail a British secret agent moonlighting as a United States Senator.

Heneghen is also the same person that claims the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York was just a coverup for a gold heist like in Die Hard III, and that the "missile shield" over D.C. was disarmed before the 9/11 attacks. And yes, as you proably have figured out by now, the Illuminati are involved.

So, while I'm sure you guys on the left are pre-orgasmic in your wishful thinking, I wouldn't enjoy it too much, as it is almost assuredly a bogus story...

Unless of course, President Hastert, Karl Rove (who somehow went from being the focus of the Plame investigation for liberals a few weeks ago to completely uninvolved here), and the Illuminati might just want you to think that.

Better put on your seatbelts and grab that protective headgear; it looks like it is going to be a long August.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at August 9, 2005 02:42 PM | TrackBack

No Hastert will get incdicted, too. President Stevens!

Posted by: Don Surber at August 9, 2005 04:42 PM

Thanks for putting this up.. When I saw the Bush Indictment search listed on Technorati, I admit I was intrigued. But a quick look at the story that this all was based on (without even knowing who Tom Heneghen was) was enough to convince me it was probably some bs..

Now that I know who Tom Heneghen is, I'm even more convinced.

But Karl still did it.

Posted by: Johnathan James at August 9, 2005 05:39 PM

But Karl still did it.

But of course he did, just like when he set up Dan Rather...

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at August 9, 2005 08:23 PM

Not all liberals want to take the focus away from Karl Rove. I've been bitching about the shift of focus away from Rove for weeks in my blog.

Also, the vast majority of us left-wingers don't really believe the Bush Indictment rumors. It's simply a wishful pipe dream that most of us entertain without really believing.

I hope Karl goes to prison and becomes the bitch of a large man named Thrasher.

Posted by: Martin at August 9, 2005 09:14 PM

Well, just as logn as you don't take things, personal, Martin.

All the same, I wouldn't get your hopes up. The more we hear about this story, to less there seems to be to it. If anyone will face charges, it looks like Joe Wilson is the most like candidate for perjury charges of all people involved.

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at August 9, 2005 09:34 PM

"Well, just as long as you don't take things, personal, Martin."

I try not to. I'm not usually very succesful, but I try.

Posted by: Martin at August 10, 2005 01:13 PM

I don't think it is "the Liberals" getting all excited. It is a few people who spread a false story. Some picked it up in hopes it would be true. This guys is nuts and he is a disgrace to the net. Like many sites Move America Forward, and several others they need to be exposed.

Posted by: Mark at August 11, 2005 01:17 AM