My conversation with Matt Hart was subpoenaed in State of Alabama vs. Mike Hubbard, here it is…

It is going be public record anyway.

I figure I might as well share it with you before anyone else puts there spin on it and share the raw audio…

How did this happen?

I talk about Alabama politics, after Hubbard was subpoenaed a few days before general election I made it clear there were politics at play here.

Matt Hart, an investigator for the Attorney General’s office, called me and asked to talk about the case off the record.

I agreed, but I was not going to be caught in a situation where they had a tape and could cut and parse the conversation their own liking, as they did with Rep. Barry Moore  and not have a tape for myself. I used a laptop and recorded the conversation. Is recording the conversation a scummy thing to do? Maybe, but I wasn’t going to be at there mercy later on.

I have been through this with an overzealous prosecutor before. I was targeted and they attempted to put me in jail for 30+ years, they couldn’t even get it out of a grand jury. (This never made it into the press, only the existence of the investigation did.)

Why did they call me?

Intimidation and an attempt to influence an election. This call took place on October 26th, 2014 and 9 days before the general election.

There is nothing salacious in this phone call. In my opinion, all the phone call does is prove that there are folks in the AG’s office who are conducting political operations. That’s not to say the investigation is not legit BUT there are some politics involved here.

Somehow Mike Hubbard’s attorney found out about the conversation and asked for a tape, if I had one, I believe other’s were called as well. I don’t know if there are more tapes out there.

Here are some Qs you might want to ask:

  • Who else had these conversation with Hart?
  • Have they been subpoenaed?
  • Will they disclosed this to you?
  • Why is Hart calling these people?
  • Is Hart leaking information before an election for political reasons?

Here ya go, prepare to be amazed that an investigator in an ongoing criminal case attempts to sway members of the media to change their coverage.

This conversation was recorded on Sunday, October 26, 2014, pursuant to Alabama law, with Alabama Attorney General’s office investigator Matt Hart.

When they came for Rush, I remained silent; I did not like his politics. When they came for “The Interview”…

America, you brought this on yourself.

Sony Pictures has made official what has been painfully obvious to everybody since yesterday morning, when hackers threatened to blow up movie theaters if The Interview was released next week. The studio has officially scrapped its release plans. Sony had little choice here, after the major theater chains announced earlier today they would not display the film given the threatening circumstances. […] “Sony Pictures has been the victim of an unprecedented criminal assault against our employees, our customers, and our business. Those who attacked us stole our intellectual property, private emails, and sensitive and proprietary material, and sought to destroy our spirit and our morale – all apparently to thwart the release of a movie they did not like. We are deeply saddened at this brazen effort to suppress the distribution of a movie, and in the process do damage to our company, our employees, and the American public. We stand by our filmmakers and their right to free expression and are extremely disappointed by this outcome.”

Not because of some stupid movie that you weren’t going to see anyway BUT because you have became a society that regularly attempts to stifle the opinions and media you disagree with. Rush, Fox News, Sorority Sisters, Burger King and even Stephen Colbert.. Why? Doesn’t matter. You all need to stop.If you don’t like something, feel free to complain about it all day BUT this idea that you can kill something with social media or mob campaign is having a chilling effect on free speech. You all do it, you all need to stop. You may think the use of this quote about Nazi Germany and the failure of those who remained silent because they were not affected  but you’re wrong.

When the Nazis came for the communists, I remained silent; I was not a communist. When they locked up the social democrats, I remained silent; I was not a social democrat. When they came for the trade unionists, I did not speak out; I was not a trade unionist. When they came for the Jews, I remained silent; I wasn’t a Jew. When they came for me, there was no one left to speak out. When they came for me, there was no one left to speak out.

You either respect the 1st Amendment, the law and the spirit or you do not. Period. America does not and now we will watch as this precedent set by Sony will silence other voices in the country. https://twitter.com/newtgingrich/status/545338861132734465

Look how much money Alabama is going to get from AMNESTY!!!

It’s a bunch…

Great?

No, that’s over 5 years.

Enabling even a portion of these immigrants to register with the government, request a reprieve from removal, and apply for a temporary work permit would increase Alabama’s tax revenues by $38.6 million, over five years,
and lead to a cascade of economic benefits.

Yeah! Free money!

But not really…

These decisions bring costs.

Think about this for a second: 786 illegal children were dumped in this state this year alone.

If we educate each of these children at $9,776 per child, we will spend $7,683,936 each year.

Multiply that by 5 and you get $38.4 dollars.

So Amnesty will bring up $38.6 and to educate JUST this last batch of children will cost us $38.4?

This doesn’t even factor in the following:

  1. 81,000 other illegals and growing currently in the state
  2. The resources gobbled up by the parents of these kids
  3. Other resources directed to these children
  4. The fact that this is the average education cost and doesn’t account for the fact that these kids need more help and cost more than the average
  5. The illegals that will be attracted to the US and Alabama because of Obama’s Amnesty

Can we now shelve the “Look how much money Amnesty will bring us!” argument?

“What do want? Dead cops. When do we want ‘em? Now.” Lovely.

Sorry, Time magazine, Mike Brown is 2014’s “Person of the Year”…

Apparently they chose the “Ebola fighters”, because they did stuff.

2014 is the year an outbreak turned into an epidemic, powered by the very progress that has paved roads and raised cities and lifted millions out of poverty. This time it reached crowded slums in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone; it traveled to Nigeria and Mali, to Spain, Germany and the U.S. It struck doctors and nurses in unprecedented numbers, wiping out a public-health infrastructure that was weak in the first place. One August day in Liberia, six pregnant women lost their babies when hospitals couldn’t admit them for complications. Anyone willing to treat Ebola victims ran the risk of becoming one.

As usual, that’s a cop-out…

When was the last time you heard anything about Ebola?

Exactly.

Mike Brown is 2014’s “Person of the Year”.

His death, that he completely caused, has sparked a series of protests that are still going and it forced us into yet another conversation about race.

Hooray.

The conversation is pointless, as always, because only one side is presented: Cops are bad and white people are all secretly racist, except the one’s telling you how racist other white people are, and any one who dare objects is the most racist.

But I digress, the real reason Mike Brown is 2014’s “Person of the Year”, is because his death, exposed the entire media as blind to bias, blind to facts and completely untrustworthy…

WAAY’s coverage of my one-man protest…

Click on the image…

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No more racial profiling? The press has been on this kick for years….

Profiling is wrong and stuff

The Obama administration issued guidelines Monday that restrict the ability of federal law enforcement agencies to profile on the basis of religion, national origin and other characteristics, protocols the Justice Department hopes could be a model for local departments as the nation tackles questions about the role race plays in policing.

Here come the brain-dead and politically correct…
Civil rights advocates said they welcomed the broader protections, but were disappointed that the guidance will exempt security screening in airports and border checkpoints and won’t be binding on local and state police agencies.

Apparently, all this identifying information might be too helpful.

AL.com agrees

Huntsville Police are investigating a sodomy report involving a 21 year old woman and an unknown man.

The victim told police that an unknown man was helping her find her friends in the parking garage after leaving Sammy T’s early Saturday morning.

The victim says the man shoved her down as they approached the 4th floor of the garage and then forced her to perform oral sex.

No arrests have been made.

Also, no info was given.

So now the police have to be as PC as the press…

Hatless

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