If I Had a Hammer (Part 2)

So, we probably need to rethink this.

If I had a hammerI’d hammer in the morningI’d hammer in the eveningAll over this landI’d hammer out dangerI’d hammer out a warningI’d hammer out love betweenMy brothers and my sisters, ah-ahAll over this land


  1. Folks, been hearing that the infamous hammer that
    lunatic David Depepe used on Nancy Pelosi’s
    closeted husband Paul was Not a real hammer,
    but a Toy Hammer !?

    Yea it’s what sexual deviants do, especially the homosexual kind. So this National embarrassment is forcing crazy San Fran Police along with Nancy Pelosi
    spin machine to do major Coverup
    on the truth of Paul’s Halloween Eve
    gay date gone south!

    It’s obvious they knew each other —
    how does a mansion belonging to US
    Speaker of the House not have alarms going off?
    Nancy already had a pig’s head on her doorstep!

    Well because Papa Paul invited sicko David
    over to do what loony liberals are famous for,
    including Paul’s admiration of a psycho calling
    Jesus the Antichrist — it’s possible David is same
    dude in his car crash

    • George Michalopulos says

      Sage-girl, when this story first broke, the first thing that came into my mind was the infamous horse’s head scene from The Godfather. In other words, that this was a “message.”

      If so, whodunnit? The Chinese, getting back at Pelosi for going to Taiwan when they told her not to.

      • According to Derek Johnson, Pelosi never actually went to Taiwan. Military fight patterns corroborate this. It’s a “script” being acted out. ?‍♀️

        I also saw a report the attacker was an illegal alien.

  2. Pelosi Multi million dollar San Francisco mansion with no security cameras working ? Broken glass observed on the outside terrace, not on interior home floor.
    Yep, I’d say a tad suspicious .

  3. Disturbingly perverse: The Pelosi’s

  4. Anonymous II says

    And don’t forget the four (or more?) capital police suicides linked to January 6: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/08/03/mystery-surrounds-latest-police-suicides-linked-to-january-6-four-officers-now-dead/

    The reported suicide death of Metropolitan Police Department Officer Kyle DeFreytag on July 10 is the second suicide announced in just two days and brings the total number of officers who have taken their lives since defending the Capitol on January 6 to four.

    The third officer to die was Gunther Hashida, who was found dead in his home Thursday. He also died from suicide, according to an emailed statement from the police to the Hill.

    “We are grieving as a Department as our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Hashida’s family and friends,” the department wrote in the statement.

  5. Sir Gatanas says

    More Censoring I noticed online since Pelosi story broke – at first we read excellent critiques expressing suspicion why police wouldn’t show body cams or answer usual questions but now anything posted by conservatives is almost all erased.
    Megyn Kelly & Beck did good on YouTube but even Elon Musk, Mr. Free Speech got muzzled after sticking it to Hillary Clinton with a report from Santa Monica that Paul Pelosi frequented gay bars.
    What’s going on here?
    If a story involves a Leftist, it’s always shady as hell.

  6. Wayne Matthew Syvinski says

    Looks like there needs to be a remake of MC Hammer’s biggest hit. New title: U Can Touch This.

  7. George Michalopulos says

    What is Christian Nationalism?


    • Cute video.

      Christian Nationalism? I’m not sure there is even a Christian Nationalist party, like the Christian Democrats in some European countries. To me it’s not a political ideology. It is nothing more more less than the sum of its parts “Christian” and “Nationalism”. “Nationalism” is in contradistinction to “globalism”; i.e., focused on the common good of the nation rather than good of some global elite. The common good, of course, is measured in (traditional) Christian values. That is the sentiment to which liberals are mortal enemies.

    • Anonymous II says

      Excellent, but I think they forgot to include Russia and Putin.

  8. Deacon John says

    Every now and then, which is becoming more frequent, I have this urge to go to a monastery, find me a rock and dig a hole. Then live under the rock and only come out on Feast days.

  9. Biden (and to a lesser extent Pelosi) are the gifts that keep on giving. I’ll leave Pelosi to the side for a second. Her tearing up Trump’s State of the Union being the icon of her speakership, as well as the failed attempts to remove Trump (impeachments). She deserves everything the Lord has in store for her.

    But Biden is a strange blessing. He is cursed, basically. Everything he touches turns to boo-boo. Republicans are lucky to have him for the next two years. His unhinged rant the other night is a prime example. You wonder why it increasingly looks like a red tsunami that even the election stealing Dems cannot quell? Look no further than Uncle Joe. Afghanistan, inflation, the border and every fascist, incoherent piece of work that comes out of his mouth. He is a sheepdog herding the public toward the Right, though he doesn’t realize it.

    In retrospect, we may look at the Steal as the best thing the Dems ever did for the country. It had to get God awful bad for the foolish American electorate to turn the corner.

    God is fond of taking lemons and making lemonade.

    • Gail Sheppard says

      I still believe Biden isn’t Biden and he’s a plant. He’s either not in charge or he’s working for someone who is in charge like the real Commander in Chief.

      Have you noticed that all the bungling Biden has done resulting in seemingly dire consequences can be undone very quickly? The wall is still there and we still have an abundance of coal, crude oil, and natural gas (fossil fuels) that can be turned into diesel fuel. We can rebuild the reserves with what we have and still have enough going forward for several decades.

      Again, if Biden shut it down in a day, it can be turned back on in relatively short order.

      The perks to hospitals for COVID can be shut off so they’ll start earning money the hard way, i.e. taking care of patients. The vaccines can be outlawed. (Do you know they’re still pushing them in Medicare advertising?) The schools can mandated to stop teaching CRT.

      Biden seems to be supporting things that are the exact opposite of his campaign promises, too. Like shutting down GITMO. Instead of shutting it down, the Pentagon is building a second courtroom for war crimes trials that will exclude the public from the chamber. The plan is to allow two military judges to hold proceedings simultaneously starting in 2023. (Gee, wonder if it’s for the Tribunals where they’re hearing cases of treason, sedition, and crimes against humanity.)

      There are so many other examples.

      If someone were trying to show the public how bad things can get with the democrats (globalists), without allowing them to do permanent harm, this would be the way to do it.

  10. Anonymous II says
  11. Anonymous II says

    NBC Quietly Removes Report Claiming Paul Pelosi Walked Away From Police, “Did Not Immediately Declare” Emergency

    More strange things: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/pelosi-did-not-declare-emergency-nbc-raises-questions-about-unexplained-30-minutes-during

    • Gail Sheppard says

      I have heard some suggest this is a false flag to keep us talking when what really happened was he was flown to GITMO to meet up with Nancy. The good thing about my theories is their veracity (or lack there of), will be known very soon and we will no longer have to wonder.

      • George Michalopulos says

        I must say that there are a tremendous number of diversions and/or distractions as of late. It makes me wonder “what are they hiding?”

      • HAHAHA.
        I can’t keep up anymore Gail. Is Reagan still alive and he’s running the country? Or JFK, or Teddy Roosevelt is running it as a hologram?
        Sorry, but I can’t seem to keep up.

        • Gail Sheppard says

          The only hologram I ever saw was when Biden put his hand through a mic to shake hands with reporters. Of course, the factcheckers dismissed it immediately because of “other angles” or something which they wouldn’t/couldn’t fabricate after the fact, right? I think I saw another video of his head being cut off. Maybe it was the same one.

          Alan, you don’t get to trash talk another person, even if it’s us, because it discourages other people from commenting for fear some local yokel will come out of nowhere and make fun of them, too. (BTW, I wouldn’t let that happen to anyone else.)

          I’m sure you’ll understand if we don’t post anything from you again because you’ve been around long enough to know better and I’m getting tired of it.

    • Could be just a planted story to quell speculation about who opened the door. It fits with those who believe that David was a guest but dispels the notion of a third party. Thus it is something skeptics are likely to believe.

      Beware new facts. Take the bag of crazy crap that came out in the immediate hours and days after and assume it is unfiltered and unmassaged. Assume anything new is somebody trying to influence the narrative.

      It makes it less likely that someone else will do the math we’ve already done here and conclude that the third person is a minor and that David’s realization he was being thrown under the bus was what motivated the attack.

  12. George Michalopulos says
    • At the end of the day, there must be a motive for Depape to have turned on Pelosi at the last second. Pelosi referred to him as “David” and “a friend” to the police dispatcher. Even by this new account which says it was Pelosi who answered the door (which I do not believe: why omit the name and identity of the person before if it was Pelosi all along?), Pelosi and Depape were seemingly fine with each other at the time the police arrived since Pelosi is reported to have casually denied there was a problem and returned to proximity to Depape.

      No one else has explained the sudden mood change of Depape.

      If there were only two people in the house, then Depape was looking at being told to leave as a trespasser, perhaps, at most, arrested for trespassing if he refused. Yet after the police arrived and were let in, something persuaded him that his next move should be to lay into Pelosi with the hammer.

      IF you assume that a minor was there involved in sexual abuse, then it answers this question nicely. Depape would understand that he was going to take the fall for the illicit sexual molestation as a statutory rape or sexual assault of a minor charge. Men imprisoned for such crimes often do not fare too well in prison. Many are killed. Inmates detest them. Moreover, if he tried to drag Pelosi down with him, he was looking at getting Epsteined.

      Depape solves this problem by instead getting arrested for attempted murder or aggravated assault (whatever he thought he was accomplishing). This makes him a respectable con to the other inmates.

      • Anonymous II says

        But why?

        Police Refuse To Release Mugshot Of Pelosi Hammer Attack Suspect

        See: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/police-refuse-release-mugshot-pelosi-hammer-attack-suspect

        • Gail Sheppard says

          The mugshot might have been of Nancy. Some think she hired the guy to get rid of her husband, Paul, because he was such an embarrassment to her.

        • Just a dad says

          I know we often like to read between the lines and fill in gaps with what some might label “conspiracy theories”, but sometimes what is stated might be about all there is to it.

          There is the possibility that their reason for not releasing the mugshot is because they stated 2 years ago they were going to stop the practice. I don’t follow SF crime enough to know if they’ve been consistent with that policy; but if they declared 2 years they would not release mugshots, and haven’t since, why would we expect them to now?

          “…Although police across the United States routinely release mugshots of arrested suspects, San Francisco Police Chief William Scott announced in 2020 that he would no longer release mugshots “except in circumstances where their release is necessary to warn the public of imminent danger or to enlist the public’s assistance in locating individuals, including at-risk persons.”

          At the time, the chief cited research showing that widespread publication of mugshots “fosters racial bias and vastly overstates the propensity of black and brown men to engage in criminal behavior.” Scott also said that refusing to release mugshots reinforces a cornerstone of American jurisprudence: “innocent until proven guilty.”