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Friday, May 29, 2020

Explaining to Rush Limbaugh the purpose of Joe Biden



On Thursday, Rush Limbaugh asked, "What’s Biden’s Purpose?"

It's a good question that I can answer in three little words.

But first, let us examine what Limbaugh said, "You know, I intellectually understand it, and — to a certain extent — I politically understand it. But Joe Biden as the Democrat nominee — and then I have a story in the Stack where Silicon Valley tech gazillionaires are all-in on Biden. Joe Biden hasn’t even mastered the rotary phone yet, much less learned how to use an iPhone and yet tech wizards are all in on this guy."

That is Clue No. 1. The Silicon Valley tech gazillionaires are all-in on Biden.

I love the rotary phone line, by the way. Biden is Elmer B. Fudd-led.

Clue No. 2 is Limbaugh's brilliant summation of the situation, "The purpose of Plugs Biden is to empower people who we really don’t know who will be running the country. He’s just gonna be a placeholder. He’s almost acknowledged as much."

But here is where Limbaugh erred. He said, "So the Silicon Valley tech zillionaires believe that if they can pull Plugs over or push him over the finish line, that they will be in a position to literally be the powers behind the throne.

"And, folks, let me tell you, these are the kind of people — and they’re not alone. These are the kind of people that would love to have the levers of power in the United States with nobody knowing who they are. These people are not the kind of people who are obsessed with power because of fame it will bring them. These are the kind of people who want this power and hope to never be known, never identified as people who possess it."

Limbaugh's mistake is he failed to follow the money.

To be sure, the tech guys seem to have a lot of money, but that is an illusion. They are paper billionaires because they own shares of companies that exist on paper only.

Limbaugh cited Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Steve. She now is a junior leaguer engaged in politics, sort of a rich man's Jane Fonda.

But who owns Apple?

Shareholders?

Hahaha.

Red China.

For all intents and purposes, Apple is just a Red Chinese company. Apple was a loser company until the 1990s when it started shipping manufacturing to Red China.

In exchange for cheap labor and an ability to ignore those environmental laws Steve Jobs embraced for America, all Apple had to do was hand over its trade secrets.

Here's the handcuffs, Red China told Apple. And Apple put them on. And if Apple pisses Red China off, Chairman Xi simply cuts them off.

Apple was only one of many, many companies that handcuffed themselves to the slave labor of Red China. And our country in turn is handcuffed as well.

If you follow the money, you will see that America gave away $3 trillion in the last decade in trade deficits. President Donald John Trump correctly calls this a profit because Red China is one big giant company.

Biden's purpose is simply three little words.

He's Xi's Guy.

Whatever Xi wants, Xi gets, no questions asked.

Chairman Xi bought him off by giving Hunter Biden and John Kerry's stupid stepson $1.5 billion to invest. Joe Biden flew his son on Air Force Two to pick up the bribe. Likely the money bought clouds of cocaine and a battalion of strippers. I would hate to see all that crooked money wasted on something useful.

For all his faults, Plugs Biden stays bought.

And Chairman Xi does not care if Biden has dementia. In fact, that makes him more malleable.

Sure, Widow Jobs and the rest will have a good old time with the restoration of the Democrat Party in the White House. They will be on committees and write serious magazine pieces.

But the real power will be in Beijing. Chairman Xi played one helluva long game. Chairman Deng set him up well by buying off the Bushes and the Clintons.

The dark day in history in 2001 was not 9/11 but 12/11 when Bush allowed Red China to join the World Trade Organization.

For 16 years, Red China rode high. President Trump is the only thing that stands in the way of world domination.

Chairman Xi's reply was covid-19.

But as I have said over and over: NBADJT.

Never Bet Against Donald John Trump.

32 comments:

  1. That is a theory Don. And, due to all that's happened since Trump came on board, I will not discount it as silly conspiracy. But, it's scary if true. A government that represents a foreign country, but where "we the people" vote for the bought and paid for crooks. Yikes.

    Our founders were really worried about foreign influence. Turns out, for good reason. Yet, there is a lot of it about now. Illegal aliens, who have not assimilated is one example. The worst has to be the corrupt Senate body, where foreign policy is made and checked. Both parties are guilty. That is where both Obumbles and Biden came from. The 17th Amendment needs to be repealed. The Senate belonged to the states, not the people. The repeal may not be the cure, but the 17th Amendment sure hasn't helped.

    FLOlson

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    1. ^^ Been saying that for decades FLOlson. When I used to listen (and learn) from Neal Boortz show. One of the greatest ever.

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    2. Yeah. I came to realize the harm of the 17th Amendment a little over a decade ago. Unfortunately, repealing the 17th Amendment falls on mostly deaf ears.

      FLOlson

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    3. I would go one further. I think we should only let people with skin in the game vote. Either you are working and paying taxes now, or you worked long enough to retire. Get the "gimmedats" out of the equation.

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    4. Yes, only "property owners" were originally allowed to vote because as Ben Franklin "said the masses will vote themselves benefits".

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    5. I doubt Ben Franklin ever referred to the common people as "the masses". The term existed in his day, but didn't become common until Karl Marx came along. Now it's used the way Crazy Karl used it, along with his invented word "capitalism". Crazy Karl didn't like the term "free market", there was something about that word "free".

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    6. Overturn the courts ruling that state Senates had to basically duplicate the popular distribution of the Houses.

      It was that ruling that brought about the Hunger Game states where the Capital Cities dominate and ravage the hinterlands. The purpose of the Senate was to intentionally balance the mob rule of popular representation with a geographic balance.

      Make senates Great Again*

      * almost choked writing that. Note the small 's'. Senates in the figurative sense.

      J in StL

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  2. Interesting if China has taken this one over from the EUniks - who tried quite explicitly to install an EU puppet regime in the White House; that was mainly John Kerry in 2004 (fail), and they thought that they had succeeded in 2008 but that didn't work out.

    Methinks though that Mark Steyn has been on to something. China only has a narrow window of opportunity due to their decaying demographics. Like the old USSR with the same problem, it's pretty much now or never for China.

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    1. Your roommates mom has been doing more than working on on a laptop... I think lap was involved though!

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  3. Brilliant analysis. Simple, understandable. Raise your hand if you think all the Chinese "students" in technical university courses here should be sent packing and universities should be forced to reveal all the Chinese money they've received. - Gary B

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    1. Not only the Chinese students. I can think of a whole lot of other countries whose students should not be taking technical courses, or be here at all.

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  4. Always follow the money. Unfortunately, that is what it all boils down to for all the protestations and wailing on the left.
    TJ

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  5. I listened to that segment yesterday and yelled China. But the thing is, as much as I enjoy Rush, he is a total Apple fanboy. So I don't know if that's a line he is willing to pursue.

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    1. Good observation; Rush IS owned by Apple.

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  6. For several weeks now I have been receiving calls from the Washington, D.C. area code. I don't answer them, but they leave voice mails in Chinese. Anybody else getting these? - Elric

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    1. Yes. Suburban Philadelphia on my mobile -- wonder how they got the number. Stopped about six weeks ago, none since.

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  7. I stand by my prediction that Biden will not be the name on the ballot come Nov. 3rd. The LibCommies are all-in on Anybody But Trump. Charlie Manson? Richard Reid? Sirhan Sirhan? Hey, next man up, right?

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    1. I still say Hillary's name will be be the one on the ballot, she is a better match then any of the notorious people you mentioned, I know her turn has passed but she doesn't know it.

      Kate

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    2. *hic*

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    3. I was thinking Robert Reed. That's how they became the Biden Bunch. Ann B Davis would be proud!

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    4. Now Rich, don’t be rainin on my Brady girls. I was stone in love with Maureen McCormick at 15. Eve Plumb turned out the be the pick of the litter, while Susan Olsen was The Girl You’d Most Like To Party With. But Ann B’s legacy will live longest, as the face on the classic t-shirt for Alice In Chains.

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  9. Joe's gone before the convention.Warren's sending
    smoke signals up and she may be getting her war party together.Kamel Harris is not going any where.Kolchubar just saw her chances go up like smoke rising from a Minneapolis Auto Zone.Hillary is readying her white pig to rid ein to save the day. I don't think they've thought out Michelle
    0 because Trump would eat her alive on the first debate. Fauxahonta (I prefer that over Pocahontas as my wife is descended from Pocahontas and Warren doesn't desrve to carry her Moccasins.) is really Miss Grundy, Kamel Harris-forget it
    Newsom Ok how about He and Fredo's brother on the ticket? Kolchabar's chances went up in smoke-literally. Bernie's done. His followers are not going to turn out. Long way to the convention.
    Trump and company know this.
    All the Dems have is a Cauldron of Karens and
    a car of Klowns..

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    1. Douglas DC,
      Agree w/most of what you said; the niggling little differences aren't worth mentioning.

      What is worth mentioning is that there's no phrase strong enough to disparage warren.

      Not even saying "warren's not fit to take out Pocahontas' nightsoil".

      Those of who have Tribal ancestory are quite serious about it. Her actions are a slap in the face compounded by her refusal to make it right.

      Btw, I trace my ancestors to the Comanche.

      ~ Greybeard

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  10. Don, your Apple scenario is only partly right. The real strength behind their current business model is the proprietary eco system they created, beginning with the iPod for music. It's a strategy that locks you into their system due to its simplicity and ubiquitous integration of platforms. The manufacturing is important, but not the driver. The devices are secondary to the content, and the services that deliver that content. Give Steve Jobs some credit for understanding that early on.

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  11. buying off the Bushes and the Clintons.

    Not to mention Mitch McTurtle, whose wife (Elaine Chao) is the heir to a vast Red Chinese fortune, too. Gee Willikers!! Didn't Chao also work for Bush II?

    Surprise, surprise, surprise, Andy.....

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  12. Where the hell are the Mr. Smith Goes to Washington types? It looks like everyone in DC is now on the take and beholdin' to some foreign or domestic power. Any suggestions on what can be done?

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    1. Whatever happened to all the "One million bikers" or "One million truckers" descending upon Washington talk from years past.

      I know the answer in part - we don't protest because we have jobs, lives, and families to take care of.

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  13. Hi Don, I think Apple has realized the error of its ways - sort of - and is now turning its attention to the country with a population equal in size to China with a less expensive labor force. I know this is pay walled but the headline says a lot. https://www.wsj.com/articles/apple-looks-to-india-for-growth-1463512228

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  14. I'd rather see it spent on cocaine and strippers, both of which are ultimately less of a threat to the rest of us that the options might be.

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  15. Always follow the money. No matter how scary the trail or the result. The Deep State is just a front organization for China's involvement in America.
    Let's not do anything to find out if this theory is true. Elect Donald Trump, a Republican Senate and a clean House in November.

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  16. Joe demands to know why suddenly everyone’s so curious about his porpoise.

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