The Schutzstaffel lives on. It’s known as the Wisconsin Democrat Party

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The Schutzstaffel was among other things, the political police of the Third Reich.

The SS expanded from a small paramilitary unit to a powerful force that served as the Führer’s bodyguard, the Nazi Party’s “Protection Squadron” and a force that, fielding almost a million men (both on the front lines and as political police), managed to exert as much political influence in the Third Reich as the Wehrmacht, Germany’s regular armed forces.

Today the SS lives on in Wisconsin. It has been renamed the Democrat Party. They have hated Scott Walker pretty much since the day he was born. The tactics employed by the democrats in Wisconsin are about as un-American as you could imagine. These are awful, awful people. I’ve written about the travails of Scott Walker who has been the target of endless John Doe probes which have been conducted in secret and come up empty. Now it’s time for you to know the execrable treatment being meted out to his colleagues.

National Review today published an article on the home invasion of Cindy Archer:

Cindy Archer, one of the lead architects of Wisconsin’s Act 10 — also called the “Wisconsin Budget Repair Bill,” it limited public-employee benefits and altered collective-bargaining rules for public-employee unions — was jolted awake by yelling, loud pounding at the door, and her dogs’ frantic barking. The entire house — the windows and walls — was shaking. She looked outside to see up to a dozen police officers, yelling to open the door. They were carrying a battering ram.

She wasn’t dressed, but she started to run toward the door, her body in full view of the police. Some yelled at her to grab some clothes, others yelled for her to open the door. “I was so afraid,” she says. “I did not know what to do.” She grabbed some clothes, opened the door, and dressed right in front of the police. The dogs were still frantic. “I begged and begged, ‘Please don’t shoot my dogs, please don’t shoot my dogs, just don’t shoot my dogs.’ I couldn’t get them to stop barking, and I couldn’t get them outside quick enough. I saw a gun and barking dogs. I was scared and knew this was a bad mix.”

And it went downhill from there. Rights? Republicans in Wisconsin have no rights.

As if the home invasion, the appropriation of private property, and the verbal abuse weren’t enough, next came ominous warnings. Don’t call your lawyer. Don’t tell anyone about this raid. Not even your mother, your father, or your closest friends. The entire neighborhood could see the police around their house, but they had to remain silent. This was not the “right to remain silent” as uttered by every cop on every legal drama on television — the right against self-incrimination. They couldn’t mount a public defense if they wanted — or even offer an explanation to family and friends.

The witch hunt was led by the highly partisan democrat Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm who decided it was his prerogative to stop Scott Walker by any means necessary.

If the first series of John Doe investigations was “everything Walker,” the second series was “everything conservative,” as Chisholm had launched an investigation of not only Walker (again) but the Wisconsin Club for Growth and dozens of other conservative organizations, this time fishing for evidence of allegedly illegal “coordination” between conservative groups and the Walker campaign.

Read the entire sordid story at NR. That will be a appetizer for the rest of this disgusting travesty. MD Kittle of Watchdog.org has done a remarkable job in following this terrifying abuse of the law. There are 194 parts so far. Don’t miss the story of Kelly Rindfleisch, against whom Chisholm trumped up a case and is going to jail because she wouldn’t lie about Scott Walker.

Rindfleisch, was convicted in 2012 on a nebulous charge of misconduct in public office for answering campaign emails while serving as an aide to Gov. Scott Walker when Walker was Milwaukee County executive.

The charge, like the prosecutors’ sweeping search of Rindfleisch’s computers and smartphones, appears to have been expansive and ill-fitting her “crimes.”

But Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm, a Democrat, and his assistants wanted the Walker aide to play ball and deliver something they could use, possibly to ensnare Walker — the Republican candidate for governor in 2010.

She didn’t, she couldn’t, so they charged her with a felony.

There’s lots and lots more. I have been following this for a long time and today’s article set me off. It also set off Rush Limbaugh (via Glenn):

The innocent in Wisconsin were guilty because they were conservative. The left in Wisconsin was losing everything. They were losing their union domination and control. Scott Walker was decimating all the systems they had put in place.

They literally lashed out in panic, anger, and you name it to punish people who had voted for Walker, who had raised money for him, who they thought had voted for him. It was the kind of thing that Vladimir Putin does and we all laugh about because that’s what we expect in a tyrannical dictatorship like the Soviet Union or Russia. We find out that it can happen here and has happened here, and there was no mechanism to stop it. The prosecutor’s name is Chisholm, John Chisholm, and I hope his name is never forgotten. . . .

The judge, without whom this case could not have happened, is Barbara Kluka, K-l-u-k-a, and I’ll tell you what she did. She came along in the second John Doe investigation, and she approved every petition, every subpoena, every search warrant in the whole case in less than one day’s work. She enabled law enforcement to raid these innocent citizens’ homes. She’s since recused herself from this, but not before she enabled all of this to happen in the second phase of the John Doe 2 case here.

In the second John Doe case, the DA, John Chisholm, had no real evidence of wrongdoing by anybody. It didn’t stop him. Conservative groups were active in issue advocacy, which is protected by the First Amendment. It didn’t violate any campaign finance laws. Issue advocacy is politics 101. These people were targeted because they’re conservatives and liberals. As I say, what happened here in not only the treatment Scott Walker got, but everybody else, this is liberalism run amok without any checks, without any opposition, without anybody pushing back, and in its own way California is the same example.

Despite the fact that there were no violations of the law in any away, the DA, Chisholm, convinced “prosecutors in four other counties to launch their own John Does, with Judge Kluka overseeing all of them. Empowered by a rubber-stamp judge, partisan investigators ran amok. They subpoenaed and obtained (without the conservative targets’ knowledge) massive amounts of electronic data, including virtually all the targets’ personal e-mails and other electronic messages from outside e-mail vendors and communications companies. The investigations exploded into the open with a coordinated series of raids on October 3, 2013. These were home invasions,” including the ones that I have detailed previously in this half hour.

If you didn’t actually read this you’d never believe something this execrable could go on in the United States of America yet it did and it’s all pure, pure democrat malevolence.

DrJohn has been a health care professional for more than 30 years. In addition to clinical practice he has done extensive research and has published widely with over 70 original articles and abstracts in the peer-reviewed literature. DrJohn is well known in his field and has lectured on every continent except for Antarctica. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for over 30 years and has three kids- two sons, both of whom are attorneys and one daughter on her way into the field of education. DrJohn was brought up with the concept that one can do well if one is prepared to work hard but nothing in life is guaranteed. Except for liberals being foolish.

34 Responses to “The Schutzstaffel lives on. It’s known as the Wisconsin Democrat Party”

  1. 1

    AngelArtiste

    Why be surprised? Leftists have always been in love with power and totalitarianism. Just look at Mao, Pol Pot, Lenin, and Stalin. .They embrace evil for a failed ideology

  2. 2

    Greg

    The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel paints a rather different picture of what might be going on. The unannounced raid and seizure of evidence is apparently part of an ongoing FBI investigation. Such a raid would be an astonishingly stupid political move, if there turned out to be no justification for it other than vague suspicions. Whatever the right might claim about rampant abuse of power, it’s not the sort of thing that people can expect get away with in this country. I’m not going to draw any conclusions until I know the facts.

  3. 3

    Common Sense

    @Greg: Fact is Greggie the fact is Walker won the govenorship twice, beat down the unions, and won a recall!! The rest of the dumbocrat garbage is expected!!

  4. 5

    DrJohn

    @Greg:

    Greg

    This might be the link you meant to insert. Do you think using state time to post anonymous comments is worthy of a felony and prison time for a mom? Was it worth what they did to her? Do you not find it interesting that a MJS reporter was tipped off to the raid ahead of time?

  5. 6

    oil guy from Alberta

    Nice try Dr John. Look up Freisler on youtube. The SS wouldn’t be interested in show trials..What happened in Wisconsin was pure fascism. Gestapo tactics. Try Himmler and Heydrich ploys. That Kukla judge should do major time. The Chisolm prosecutor should be disbarred and imprisoned.

    The Kukla idiot judge has recused her low class ass. Where’s the brain dead media on this?

  6. 7

    Coquimbojoe

    What is the recourse for the victimized? Is anyone bringing charges? Do any of the perpetrators of this injustice still serve in positions of authority?

  7. 8

    MM

    Hear me now and believe me later-if these scumsucking, low life fascists could, they’d have marched them to a wall. If you ever need anything else to affirm your belief in the 2A, then you’re not paying attention.

    Sure as hell it’s going to happen, one of these illegal raids is going to be met with a withering wall of fire

  8. 10

    Nanny G

    We had no idea about all this when it was going on.
    But our local (Long Beach, CA) police did act in solidarity with the union government workers in Wisconsin.
    They literally stopped enforcing the law when it came to helping ”conservatives” with issues that were law enforcement related.
    Our local network of Republican voters shared horror stories.
    It was a large part of why we began to look to retire out of state.
    Example:
    One Republican lived in an apartment complex.
    Her neighbors were Hispanics an the one parent worked many hours.
    The teen daughter had begun to test the limits of her sound system while mom was at work.
    Up until the Wisconsin thing, police would come out, hear the booming noise, knock on the girl’s door and make her turn it down.
    But after the Scott Walker thing was becoming daily news my friend called police who came out and knocked on HER door and told her she was the one who was ”in the wrong.”
    She needed to consider moving away ”to the sticks” if she wanted ”peace and quiet.”
    The City belonged to ”the people.”
    “Diversity” meant ”colorful sounds and smells,” so she should shut up and enjoy it or be labeled as a ”racist.”
    Yeah, she moved away, too.

    We moved after police went limp about local shootings.
    I wonder how much worse it could have been had our pd known what Wisconsin’s was actually up to?

  9. 11

    Greg

    @DrJohn, #5:

    It was actually this article that appeared the day before, but thanks. You were certainly closer to getting it right than I was. I shouldn’t post when I’m tired.

    The seizure was September 14, 2011. It wasn’t the sort of middle-of-the-night-hammering-down-the-door sort of raid that the National Review article might lead readers to believe. The FBI and local police arrived at 7 AM and didn’t enter the house to execute their seizure order until 9 AM, having first had a discussion with Mrs. Archer outside in the yard. I don’t know what the status of the investigation is at this point. If it’s closed and no evidence of wrongdoing was found, the Archer family is owed a public statement to that effect from the authorities.

    I think there might have been enough time for a reporter to have picked up on police activities related to developments he or she was following closely. Someone in the neighborhood might have called. I certainly won’t discount the possibility of a tip by someone at the police department. Reporters often have their unofficial informants.

    Law enforcement and the courts used politically? Power of office tends to be misused. Politicians are willful by nature and the temptation is always there. People rationalize their behavior by finding justifications that convince even themselves. Call me cynical, but I think it’s pretty much the norm, and I don’t think either party can honestly say that they never do it. The question is at what point is a line crossed.

  10. 12

    john

    It used to be that police were part of the conservative side of politics. Looks like that isn’t the way it is anymore.
    Conservatives are always playing the victim card. Except like when they like MM start gobbing off about what they are going to do “later”
    The local paper did a lengthy article on this “raid” it bares little semblance to the article cited by the good Doktor.
    Archer was a top aid to Walker she was rewarded handsomely with 2 jobs and then decided to take a loooooong medical break
    The nebulous crime that has already resulted in the conviction of Scottie walkers other top aid was for doing campaign work for Walker while being paid a salary by the state.
    http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/129801878.html
    just in case anyone is interested

  11. 13

    Thirteen

    @Coquimbojoe:

    “What is the recourse for the victimized?”

    Some suggestions from over a year ago.

    Gen. James Mattis:
    4. “Find the enemy that wants to end this experiment (in American democracy) and kill every one of them until they’re so sick of the killing that they leave us and our freedoms intact.”

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/the-best-from-mad-dog-mattis/

    The Pig Trap

    “These people are playing with matches… I don’t think they understand the scope and scale of the wildfire they are flirting with. They are fucking around with a civil war that could last a decade and cause millions of deaths… and the sad truth is that 95% of the problems we have in this country could be solved tomorrow, by noon… simply by dragging 100 people out in the street and shooting them in the fucking head.”

    http://taxicabdepressions.com/?p=1193

  12. 14

    retire05

    @john:

    Conservatives are always playing the victim card.

    Well, there you have it, folks. John’s I.Q. on display. He must be Gullible Greggie’s alter ego.

  13. 15

    MM

    “Except like when they like MM start gobbling off about what they are going to do “later”

    ????

    I think you have a word comprehension problem that seems to run in REgressives.

  14. 16

    Bill

    @Greg:

    . I’m not going to draw any conclusions until I know the facts

    Interesting tact, considering you don’t use that common sense when a Republican is accused or in cases like Trayvon Martin or Michael Brown.

    Apparently, you think the Democrats in Wisconsin are guilty as sin.

    @john:

    Conservatives are always playing the victim card. Except like when they like MM start gobbing off about what they are going to do “later”

    Sure, john; that’s why conservatives are always protesting, rioting and destroying property. Oh, wait… that would be leftist liberals. Seems YOU always play the victim card, john.

  15. 17

    Greg

    Conservatives? I don’t see many conservatives any more. At least not in elected positions. I mainly see an extremist element that has stolen the title, hijacked a party, attempted to hijack a religion, and turned the propagation of mind-numbing propaganda into a lucrative business. The GOP is all about money and power. Stated principles are little more than a means of consolidating and controlling the votes necessary to protect big money and to maintain the political power necessary to do so.

    This is how you wind up with the absurdity of a party that pitches the need for fiscal restrain with one hand, while quietly handing out hundreds of billions of dollars in new tax cuts to the people least in need of special consideration with the other.

    The saddest part of all of this is that the real conservative voice has been pushed out of the national conversation. No one can be heard making calm, entirely rational arguments from the middle ground. The dominance of the far right has had the effect of making the left sound like the only reasonable choice, even though the left isn’t paying sufficient attention to the obvious peril of mounting debt.

    A rational fiscal conservative, neutral on social agenda, could be an appealing alternative to Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately, anyone who isn’t a social issue reactionary has been carefully weeded out of the GOP’s list of contenders.

  16. 18

    Bill

    @Greg:

    The GOP is all about money and power.

    I cut and pasted that line, but I still don’t believe I actually see it written. REALLY, Greg? Have you read any of the stories, ongoing for over a decade, about the greed and avarice of the Clintons? How about Reid’s shennanigans with deals with Chinese investors? How about Democrats selling their votes to Steyer? How about Obama shoveling taxpayer money to his business-failing green friends in exchange for political support?

    Greg, you are the ultimate blinded hypocrite. Silly and weak, Greg. Very silly and most weak.

  17. 19

    Greg

    Claims of fiscal responsibility are totally absurd when the party that makes them repeatedly cuts taxes for the wealthiest without consideration of the budgetary implications. Blame for the predictable consequences is then laid on programs relied on by the poorest. This is unarguably a long-established pattern.

    Another pattern is an enthusiasm for ill-considered military actions without sufficient thought for the long term consequences. They don’t want to raise taxes to pay for them, of course.

    If you want to call me silly and weak for making such observations, feel free.

  18. 20

    Allan Stark

    Dems in general, and so-called Liberals have acted this way since the days of Abraham Lincoln became our 1st Republican president. They have always had private agendas unrelated to the principles expressed in our founding documents. They have always taken pay-offs from foreign governments who wished to destabilize our nation.

  19. 21

    Bill

    @Greg: Well…… Greg……. tax cuts have boosted the economy and granted relief to the working man. Bush’s tax cuts provided an increase of $950 billion in tax revenues, all while reducing deficits. Further, the lower and middle classes got far greater cuts, percentage wise, than the upper earners got.

    Meanwhile, what has Obama jacking taxes up on everyone that earns and on everything that isn’t nailed down (and a few that are)? Ohhhhh…. what an economy.

    Yeah, sure, cutting taxes is irresponsible and raising taxes is responsible. The proof is all just out there for all to see, isn’t it, Greg?

    And, Democrats like Reid, Pelosi, Obama, Bill, Hillary, Buffett, Soros, Hollywood big mouths, Sharpton, Harris-Perry, to name but a few, they are not the types to accumulate wealth OR to skimp on taxes, are they?

    It is all so very clear, Greg. Your Democrats do all the providing and Republicans do all the taking. Hillary and Bill are the shining examples. You hang in there, Greg. It’ll all come crashing down on you one day but you’ll survive.

  20. 23

    Common Sense

    @Bill: @Greg: Greggie, why did Republicans win back the House in historic fashion in 2010 and take the Senate in 2014?? Because Democrat leadership in the legislature failed!!

  21. 24

    Greg

    @Common Sense, #23:

    Because we had the lowest voter turnout in 72 years. Only 36.4 percent of all eligible voters turned out. Republicans have control of both the House and the Senate because they were elected by some percentage over 18.2 percent of all eligible voters. Republicans would still fall far short of a majority of all American voters even if every single person comprising the 36.4 percent that showed up had voted for them.

    This is what happens when people don’t care enough to turn up at the polls.

  22. 25

    Bill

    @Greg: Why was the voter turnout so low, Greg? OH, I think I know… because Democrats failed to restore the economy, flooded the country with illegal immigrants, oppress personal liberty, conducted a disastrous foreign policy and stirred up racial unrest. So, your usual pack of sycophants failed to materialize.

    It will be interesting to hear what your excuse will be in 2016 since Hillary (and Bill’s) filthy laundry continues to be spilled out. Beyond her, what have you got? But, I hope Hillary hangs in there and gets the nomination. It will be classic to see her torn to shreds. No one deserves it more, other than Obama. There should be consequences for causing such severe damage to the country.

  23. 26

    Greg

    At the risk of stating the obvious, in 2014 people didn’t feel so compelled by the sense that the economy was going to hell in a handbag. There’s always a higher turnout when more voters don’t like where things are headed and believe that a change is in order. In addition to that, midterm election turnouts are almost always lower than presidential election years.

    The GOP wants to claim victory by a narrow margin in an election with the lowest turnout in 72 years as a sea change in the political landscape, and as a call to double-down on policies that most Americans have rejected in the past. If they nominate a candidate on that basis, Hillary Clinton will most likely be the next president. This should also be obvious.

  24. 27

    Bill

    @Greg: So, you liberals are so stupid as to think that if the do not get out and vote, they can still maintain their liberal utopia which the love so much? Or, is that they were so disgusted with the failure of “Hope and Change” and all the lies they were told that they just quit like the quitters liberals are?

  25. 28

    Herr Hitler

    Thank you for continuing to blame liberals for what we right wing nazis did in the past. The longer we can confuse the public, the longer they won’t realize we locked up liberals, socialists, union leaders, and academics.

  26. 30

    Common Sense

    @Greg: Greggie Greggie Greggie, did Democrats elect NOT to vote because they where so pleased with the wonderful job Slimy Harry and his losers in the Senate where doing?? Now that’s one of the dumbest excuses I have ever heard Greggie!!

  27. 32

    Greg

    @Bill, #27:

    I always wonder how people who say such things would fare without Social Security, Medicare, and other components of the “liberal utopia” that they constantly complain about. They never seem to have much difficulty rationalizing whatever benefit they receive from “socialist” programs themselves.

  28. 33

    Pete

    @Greg:

    I would fare quite well if the government would let me choose to invest what I am forced to pay into social security into my 401k, rather than limiting me to $18,000 per year for such an investment. I am getting 6 to 8 percent ROI over the last 3 years on my 401k, and based on my SS annual statement I will barely receive a 1% ROI for what is taken from me in SS tax – and that is IF I get anything at all.

    What you leftists refuse to admit is that taxes are taken from what an individual EARNS. The leftist view of taxation is a bizarre ideology that defines income as what the government should allow you to keep of what you earn, applied in a marxist based “progressive” tax system that punishes hard work and success, while stirring up economic jealousy, class warfare, and a pathetic entitlement mindset in those whose votes are bought by government handouts.

    You wail and moan about the alleged unfairness of economic inequality while cheering on a despicably dishonest harpy practitioner of corrupt crony capitalism. Why should I feel it is fair, beneficial or morale to enslave myself in the mental chains of envy because Bill Gates, Tiger Woods, or Stephen King have amassed more wealth in their endeavors than I ever will? I should be happy for the financial success they have achieved, and be glad that their efforts encourage others to succeed. Punishing such successful people via confiscatory taxation for the purpose of buying off the mobocracy can only lead to a collapse of the wealth generation such success engenders. When there are no more “rich” people from whom the government can steal to feed the mobocracy, what do you think will result from the current entitlement zeitgeist?

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