Consistent wrongdoing has a way of catching up. In Trump’s case, his financial statements. Those prepared for Trump organizations by his accounting firm Mazars USA.

Mazars in a 2/9/2022 letter, which became part of a court filing yesterday, advised Trump it could no longer stand behind a decade of statements…..the statements could no longer be relied on.

The letter has become part of the New York Attorney General’s civil investigation into Trump organizations.

Mazars letter in part reads: “Our advice to you… longer rely on those financial statements.”

Involved a reiteration of part of the Humpty Dumpty story. Recall Humpty Dumpty, in this case Donald Trump, sat on a wall and the wall came tumbling down. “All the King’s horses and all of the King’s men could not put Humpty Dumpty back together again.”

Another update re the Canadian truck convoy problem.

Canada does not fool around. Proof being the expediency with which it has moved on the truck convoy situation.

Trudeau is in the process of invoking the Emergencies Act. Never before used.

The Emergencies Act defines a national emergency as a “temporary and critical situation” that “seriously endangers the lives, health or safety of Canadians and is of such proportions or nature as to exceed the capacity or authority of a province to deal with it.”

Police have already begun “sabotaging truckers” heavy equipment.

An example involves 3 excavators parked on private land by having their “wires cut,” their “filters removed” and “spray foam put up their fuel lines.”

The government further warned “if you choose to use your vehicle to create chaos, you will lose that vehicle and your license.”

The police have begun arresting protesters at Ambassador Bridge. Before dawn yesterday. Successfully. By dawn only 2 pickup trucks and less than a dozen protesters remained blocking the road to the Bridge.

Canada is a large land mass. Its population relatively small in comparison. Nevertheless, strong in spirit. Like “Don’t tread on me.”

Two U.S. Senate fruitcakes are Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. Both support the Canadian truckers. Rand recommended they “clog the cities.” Cruz has openly come out in support of the truckers, describing them as “freedom fighters.”

I close today with the Battleship Maine.

On this day in 1898, the U.S.S. Battleship Maine was destroyed by an explosion in Havana Harbor. Two hundred plus crew members killed. In short time resulted in the Spanish-American War.

Tonight at 9 my time Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou. Join me for a rip roaring show. A quick moving half hour.

Enjoy your day!


  1. Trump always said it was taxes that does most people in. If he felt that way, why flaunt it. Wouldn’t be faced with this problem if he hadn’t run for president, would he. But, like you say, he’s not the brightest bulb, is he.

  2. Police have already begun “sabotaging truckers” heavy equipment.

    An example involves 3 excavators parked on private land by having their “wires cut,” their “filters removed” and “spray foam put up their fuel lines.”

    That is a bit much, tow it and impound it but damage it?
    Are they taking lessons from their blue line brethren in the USA?

    • That doesn’t sound like the cops to me – that would create more of a headache and paperwork they don’t need. More likely it was some sort of unexplainable intended sabotage, or an insurance clam, maybe something to cast blame, by the protestors. Either way it’s now the police who have to deal with it.

    • Crickets from Lou? – stupid from you!

      Push it all you want, it’s bogus at best and rediculas on merit. Clinton did nothing illegal or wrong and no responsible or rational person wants any part of this smear campaign, except of course YOU.

      Keep it up Sandy, you are proving what everybody says about you

    • “What about the Durham probe?”
      This is such a typical response. No thought was given, just quote a talking point.
      Well, what about the Durham report? How about something specific you are willing to debate.

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