The Bottom Bitches

By | 2018-04-24T13:06:37-07:00 April 24th, 2018|
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With perhaps the greatest scandal in American history unfolding before us in real time, it was impossible initially for Americans to take seriously the jaw-dropping audacity of it all. No longer. The reason, in part, is that the nation was treated last week to the opening scene in what promises to be quite the confluence of political scandal, party reformation, midterm election, and intellectual political reformation.

Eleven members of the House of Representatives sent a letter to the Department of Justice referring multiple Americans for investigation of potential crimes. Soon thereafter, the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General sent a criminal referral about fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to federal prosecutors in Washington, D.C.

As concerned Americans engage in an ongoing, evolving, and serious debate about how best to develop and sustain civil society, how should we view these revelations? What can be done about the perpetrators who enmesh themselves in that circle of filth that has come to represent a permanent establishment big government that is unresponsive to the opinions and will of the people who are supposed to be sovereign?

The Pimp/Whore Dynamic
We should begin by looking at all of this through the lens of illicit entrepreneurship—that is, business conducted on the down low, off the books, and in complete contravention of the law. Of course, a  shadow economy will always be with us, given our sinful nature in this earthly realm. Decades ago, I thought my professional life would be spent examining this type of criminality and its impact on the nation; more specifically, its impact upon Black America. Florida’s experience with illegal gambling (bolita), numbers running, prostitution, etc., would have been my starting point. But that it seems now to extend to the operations of our government presents us with a different proposition.

If this illicit entrepreneurship perspective is accepted, it shouldn’t take long to see the applicability of the pimp/whore dynamic to everything unfolding before us, politically. In that illegal world, at a certain level of common success, there will typically be a controlling pimp who is forever scouting for broken souls who can be captured and, in their brokenness, be convinced to provide illicit services for customers of the pimp.

A reasonably successful pimp will employ a cadre of prostitutes and will elevate the whore who has proven to be most successful and loyal as . . . the Bottom Bitch. As overseer on the plantation, the Bottom Bitch has to exert ruthless power over those below and, in turn, will occasionally experience the same.

Pimpin’ ain’t easy, as they say.

I couldn’t help but think of this dynamic when I read Lee Smith’s informative article, “How CIA Director John Brennan Targeted James Comey.” This quote from Brennan, read as one Bottom Bitch discussing the business of another, naturally caught my eye:

I wanted to make sure that every information and bit of intelligence that we had was shared with the bureau [FBI] so that they could take it. It was well beyond my mandate as director of CIA to follow on any of those leads that involved U.S. persons. (emphasis added) But I made sure that anything that was involving U.S. persons, including anything involving the individuals involved in the Trump campaign, was shared with the bureau.

Hmmmmmmm. Smith then makes the correct point for the reader:

Given the potential consequences, legal and institutional, of violating the fourth amendment rights of an American citizen for the sake of enabling one presidential campaign to spy on another, it’s hardly surprising Brennan would want to put some distance between himself and the Steele dossier.

Yeah, because this kind of whore-as-pimp Bottom Bitch stuff definitely ain’t easy. Right, John?

Peer Pressure
Smith then lays out an illuminating timeline painting quite the picture with respect to Brennan’s activities in the last half of 2016 as the presidential election cycle was winding down and Donald Trump was elected the 45th
President of the United States. It’s damning, to say the least. Reading it, one picks up the distinct vibe of a controlling pimp. Brennan and Comey, ostensibly, are peers. In fact, Comey is supposed to be Brennan’s superior when it comes to domestic affairs.

So what gave Brennan such tremendous confidence to apply pressure like that on a peer operating within the peer’s domain?

Or should I say, who?

Comey as the director of the FBI, in hindsight, had an intractable problem. Or, rather, problems. Brennan was intent on keeping up the pressure on Comey, and did. So, too, did Harry Reid, the former majority leader of the Senate. Then there was Comey’s ambitious and highly partisan number two, Andrew McCabe. His biggest problem, however, mirrored the problem of a plurality of the nation: Hillary Clinton.

As Lee Smith explained:

Comey had an entire building at his back that was tired of cleaning up after the Clintons, often at the expense of the laws that agents had sworn to uphold.

In a similar way, Julie Ponzi rightly criticized Paul Ryan recently for what is surely a representative fault separating donors that sustain our entire political class on one side from the average American voter. Their fatal fault, and Ryan’s as a politician, was this:

not listening or reacting to the opinions, the aspirations, and the demands of their sovereigns: the self-governing people of this nation.

Our political problem today boils down to this: we are in a battle between a would-be self-governing people vs. those who would have us be citizens of the world.

Pimpin’ on a Global Scale
Illicit entrepreneurship, employed by citizens-of-the-world globalists, successfully have made the leap from the shadows of an underground economy to insinuate itself into respectable corporate activities and well-entrenched professional disciplines.

This is a dangerous development for the American experiment. Globalists unbeholden to a sovereign of any sort have made illicit entrepreneurship legitimate. It has so thoroughly corrupted America that we’ve almost reached the breaking point as a cohesive society. Its proprietors have accomplished this by skillfully using the oldest profession known to man in conjunction with the very real weakness humans have for security attained by access to, and the acquiring of, money.

Further, this advance has allowed our nation-state adversaries free reign to comb the nation and compromise both our politicians, governmental employees and business leaders. It so blinds a multitude of broken souls, that an identifiable cadre of high-level Bottom Bitches (John Brennan, James Clapper, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Harry Reid, and many others) have actively participated in a seditious conspiracy to depose a lawfully elected president.

They were aided and abetted by a select cadre of whores primarily housed within the national security division of the U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI’s counterintelligence division.

Who Are the Guilty Ones?
Central to any reinvigoration of American citizenship and self-government is genuine respect for the rights and duties of citizenship. This is especially true for federal employees, a class the nation invariably showers with tremendous wage and benefit packages that generally far exceed those of the citizens who enable such security. In return, we have expected and believed them to be nonpartisan and committed, above all, to the enforcement of the laws as they represent the sovereign will of the people. Who can believe this is an accurate assessment of what is going on now?

John D. Rockefeller, Jr., once said: “Every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity, an obligation; every possession, a duty.” This sentiment helps to explain the national outrage that we feel when we see incident after incident where our public servants appear to have no sense of duty to us, but instead appear beholden to their pimps and interested only in their own personal enrichment and efforts at partisan political persuasion.

The parties most guilty of this charge may very well have been the uber-pimps, the ones who gave John Brennan such comfort in pushing Jim Comey not only to stay with the seditious narrative but to bolster it—and that would be our former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, along with the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama.

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About the Author:

J.B. White
J.B. White is a semi-retired resident of Tallahassee, Florida, and currently serves on the board of CREOLE, Inc., a nonprofit corporation engaged in an agri-business development strategy in northern Haiti. A native Floridian from Jacksonville and U.S. Army veteran, he holds degrees from the University of Florida (Political Science) and Florida State (Juris Doctor). @RattlerGator is his online presence on Twitter.