Berg’s Seventh Law Is Eternal And Omnipresent

Know how I knew there was a Democrat plan to use physical violence on pro-Trump and pro-GOP rallies?

Because the media has been spending so much time talking about the “threat” of GOP violence against Democrats.

When I heard NPR last week solemnly intoning about the “threat” of “people in open-carry states standing around polling stations with guns”, doing whatever it is they were supposed to be doing, it was obvious to me; attention needed to be turned away from “progressive” thugs.

When you hear these things, always, always remember Berg’s Seventh Law:

When a Liberal issues a group defamation or assault on conservatives’ ethics, character, humanity or respect for liberty or the truth, they are at best projecting, and at worst drawing attention away from their own misdeeds.

Because it truly does explain everything:

Democratic Party operative Robert Creamer used terror to wage war on honesty. Until forced to resign his post as a “consultant” with a Democratic Party-aligned organization named Americans United for Change, Creamer ran what amounts to a domestic U.S. political terror and propaganda operation dedicated to undermining the 2016 U.S. presidential election—“rigging the election,” to use the current term.

Yes, Creamer’s operation uses terror—and three investigative videos recently released by Project Veritas contain information supporting my assessment.

(“Rigging The Election,” Part OnePart Two and Part Three, released October 24).

Creamer resigned as an official consultant because Part One and Part Two exposed him. His operation, however, remains active and continues to do damage. The election rigging scheme he commanded relies on street thuggery. That means physical fear—terror—is a core component of Americans United for Change’s crooked enterprise. Street thuggery is very low-level terrorism, but it is a type of terrorism nonetheless and it is wrong to call it otherwise.

The thing about terrorists is that their goal is to destroy moderation; to make the center untenable; you’re either with them 100%, or against them 100%.  That’s intentional; the chaos in between creates opportunity for those willing to exploit it.

Which the GOP – still focusing on all of that “Constitution” and “economy” and “Democracy” stuff – never really is, for better or worse.

12 thoughts on “Berg’s Seventh Law Is Eternal And Omnipresent

  1. Mberg wrote:
    When a Liberal issues a group defamation or assault on conservatives’ ethics, character, humanity or respect for liberty or the truth, they are at best projecting, and at worst drawing attention away from their own misdeeds.

    One of the Podesta wikileaks emails (from January 2008):

    To: ; Andy Meyer
    Sent: Thu Jan 10 21:21:07 2008
    Subject: Meet and polling design

    Hey, when can we meet? I also want to get your Atlas folks to
    recommend oversamples for our polling before we start in February. By
    market, regions, etc. I want to get this all compiled into one set of
    recommendations so we can maximize what we get out of our media


    The “Atlas Project” is a Democrat political consulting firm, motto “Putting progressives on the road to victory.”
    The attachment to the email is report on how to skew public opinion polls, “SELECTED POLLING & MEDIA RECOMMENDATIONS”.

    A few quotes:
    Research, microtargeting & polling projects
    Over-sample Hispanics
    Use Spanish language interviewing. (Monolingual Spanish-speaking voters are among the lowest turnout Democratic targets.)
    Over-sample the Native American population.
    The ratio of voters-to phone numbers is higher in areas with high Native American populations

    . . .

    Suggested Polling Schedule:
    January-February 2008
    Statewide benchmark poll, 800 sample.
    Large micro-targeting/modeling survey, 5000 voters, including likely voters and low-propensity turnout targets.
    May-July 2008
    Targeted tracking polls statewide and in key races, such as CD1, CD5, and CD8.
    Phoenix and Tucson focus group messaging research among key swing groups.
    Mid-September-October 2008
    General election benchmark, 800 sample, with potential over samples in key districts/regions.
    Focus group research in key races among swing voter groups.
    Benchmark polling in targeted races, with ethnic over samples as needed.
    Targeting tracking polls in key races, with ethnic over samples as needed.

    . . .

    Conduct in-state focus groups with:
    • No Party and Republican women regarding national issues and also Iowa-specific concerns, like:
    • Rural development, including attitudes toward health care access, farm consolidation, fair trade, conservation, and alternative crops.
    • Cultural wedge issues including abortion, gay marriage, gun control, illegal immigration, and the English-only debate.
    • Economic diversification, including the development of ethanol and other alternative and renewable energy sources.
    • Education.
    • Environmental protection, specifically including attitudes toward hog lots and pollution caused by fertilizer runoff.
    • Governmental accountability, including fiscal responsibility and public ethics.
    • Labor issues, including Right-To-Work and “fair share.”
    • National Guard deployments, specifically attitudes toward effects on homeland security and Iowa families.

    The document instructs Democrats to be vocally against same sex marriage in conservative parts of the country.
    Hillary’s Democrat Party is not the party of idealists, but you knew that.

  2. Dear Mitch:

    Speaking of NPR, I was trying to tune in my favorite country station in the garage and I accidentally landed on NPR. I let it play for several minutes before I realized what it was.

    Am I going to hell?

  3. Big;

    Nah. But for good measure, clean your ears real good and drink a shot of JD or Scotch. After you’re done with the drink, say the Lord’s Prayer. That should do it.

  4. If that’s the cost of a few minutes, I’d need a liver tougher than Churchill’s to survive my penance. I’ll admit to listening to MPR. But it’s always good to know what the enemies of freedom are trying to sell the rubes.

  5. Speaking of the enemies of freedom, check out’s website. Their Hillary notarity is making them cash in with their new products “A Cloth or Something” and their BleachBit Blackberry Edition (see the first link about “smashed your Blackberry” to see more about this “drastic cyber-measure” for making sure your emails are such that “even God can’t read them”). I like the way they think! There’s capitalism of the first order by an Open Source project!

  6. TBS tlno you are only condemed to hell if you donate to mpr. Onteresting note it has been argued that running cars off the road that have the I make MPR happen sticker on it is not concsidered wreckless driving but in fact doing a service to society

  7. Also dont ask Mitch in the future, hes not going down here. For all soul related questions please ask either me or my right hand man Deplorable Swiftee. Or any democratic elected official

  8. My ears are ringing and I can’t get the dank odor of revulsion out of my throat. I gag at the memory. The announcer intoned in a dulcet mellifluous baritone: “Tonight, you’ll hear this and more on All Things Considered.” It’s how a soldier must feel when he hears the whistle of incoming artillery raining down.

    Satan made an offer for my soul at that very moment. “Not now, not ever!” I screamed.

    And then I changed the channel.

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