CHOOSE- The Prisoners OR All Of The President’s Men? I’m Taking The Prisoners!!!

“He Will Die In Jail”

This is the “Tweet” sent out by a way too high up former NSA intelligence analyst John Schindler; “Now we go nuclear. IC war going to new levels. Just got an EM fm senior IC friend, it began: “He will die in jail.”” What the hell kind of language is
that, and why do I need to decipher 3rd grade looking writing from a
former intelligence officer?

This in response to President Trump’s tweets, which run the gamut from who needs to lose weight; to which general knows what; to how he plans to deal with North Korea… all of this strategy available on twitter. I’ll say this much, and please read The Donald’s tweets to double check me- whether you agree with his politics or not, President Trump at least uses halfway GOOD GRAMMAR and SOME punctuation in his 135 or whatever the number words or less online press briefings! 

The rest of America relies on NOT using caps when
necessary and abbreviating to the point of, lol, lmk if you need any other


On a completely comparative and different note- those who might be considered by many as the dregs of society banded together in a Texas styled jailbreak… to SAVE the life of a jailer who had fallen ill outside of their holding cell. This in a story first reported at USA Today last July 8, 2016, and then re-reported on my FaceBook Up-To-Date-Must-See-Video-Feed this morning. 

The moral of this little news double header… Those in our society who are supposed to be the most polished and professional have resorted to a most unpolished and undignified manner of discourse- TWITTER- saying that “He will die in jail”. Meanwhile, on the proverbial flip side of every coin, the prisoners who are being held in a veritable chain link DUNGEON risk their lives and any possibility of future freedom to break the bonds that hold them… just to try to save the life of the man who kept them locked up. 


Hey- John Schindler and President Trump- How about taking some lessons on how best to use social media? Let’s use YouTube and Twitter to spread funny stories and maybe the occasional gathering/riot on city streets; and leave the White House to disseminate news in a …. Well, how about a freaking Press Conference… with a coat and tie and without the !

Please see the full article by Jim Douglas at USA Today describing the caring and humane actions of Texas prisoners below. I won’t bother to re-print anything else to do with the Ass-Hat political elites in this Country, as they get enough press every single day, and really don’t deserve very much of it at all. 


“WEATHERFORD, Texas — A Parker County, Texas, jailer who had an apparent heart attack may very well be alive thanks to inmates who put themselves at risk to help him.

It happened on June 23 in a holding cell in the basement of the District Courts Building in Weatherford.

At least eight prisoners were behind a locked door in a small room off to one side. Their lone guard sat outside and had been joking with them when he slumped over unconscious.

“He just fell over,” said inmate Nick Kelton. “Looked like an act. Could have died right there.”

Kelton and other inmates began shouting for help. Then they managed to bust out of their holding room, even though they knew it was dangerous.

“We were worried they’re going to come with guns drawn on us,” Kelton said Thursday.

The guard had no pulse. Inmates screamed and banged on doors. They raised such a ruckus that deputies upstairs in court came running.

“They thought it was a fight,” said inmate Floyd Smith. “They thought we were taking over.”

Parker County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ryan Speegle said he didn’t know what to expect when he got downstairs.

“He had keys,” Speegle said. “Had a gun. It could have been an extremely bad situation.”

Speegle rushed in first to see inmates in their gray and white stripes handcuffed and shackled standing over an unresponsive guard. One prisoner reached for the radio, which was near the gun.

“We were going to call, ‘Mayday,’ or something,’” Kelton said.

Sgt. Speegle corralled the inmates, still not completely understanding what was happening, back into the cell. Deputies started CPR, and the paramedics arrived and shocked the guard, who regained a pulse. Inmates watched life returning.

“He’s a good man,” Kelton shrugged.

Capt. Mark Arnett believes prisoners certainly helped the guard, and likely saved him.

“He could have been there 15 minutes before any other staff walked in and found him,” Arnett said.

Officials declined to identify the guard, who works for a private contractor. He didn’t want to discuss the incident. He’s expected to return to work next week.

Kelton and the other inmates went to court expecting to do time, not to give it.

“I watched him die twice,” he said. “It never crossed my mind not to help whether he’s got a gun or a badge. If he falls down, I’m gonna help him.”

“Seems natural to me,” Smith added.

Ironically, deputies said Smith is in jail for assault on a public servant.

One more twist: The room that inmates broke out of to raise the alarm has now been reinforced.

Here is the video of the JAIL BREAK on YouTube!