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Friday, March 19, 2021

Highlights of the News

To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.

ITEM 1: Breaking 9-1-1 reported, "U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Thursday warned North Korea that U.S. forces are ready to 'fight tonight' after North Korea condemned military drills currently taking place in South Korea.

"U.S. and South Korean forces recently resumed military drills in South Korea after temporarily halting them last February due to the corona virus."

Secretary Rambo is willing to start World War 3 over Nork nukes.

The press went bonkers when President Trump called Kim "Rocket Man." They predicted (and rooted for) World War 3. Kim went to his thesaurus, called Trump a dotard and a friendship began.

This nutball wants to fight tonight? Send him to Pyongyang to fight the biggest man they have in a WWE-style cage match.

ITEM 2: The Daily Beast reported, "The Biden administration’s first senior-level meeting with Red China quickly deteriorated into finger-pointing between Chinese and American officials, according to reporters present at the talks.

"Amid heightened U.S.-China tensions, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd met with high-ranking Chinese officials, State Councilor Wang Yi and Chinese Communist Party foreign affairs chief Yang Jiechi, in Alaska on Thursday on their way back to trips to South Korea and Japan.

"In his opening remarks, Blinken reportedly criticized Red China for its treatment of Uyghur minorities, its cyber attacks against the U.S., and tight grasp on Hong Kong."

It is all for show.

When Chairman Xi says jump, this White House is in the air asking, "How high?"

ITEM 3: The Daily Mail reported, "Denmark will limit the number of 'non-Western' residents in neighborhoods to up to 30% to reduce the risk of religious and cultural parallel societies." 

The Social Democratic government made the announcement on Wednesday, and scrapped the controversial term ghetto in its proposed legislation when referring to the country's disadvantaged neighborhoods.

"In the bill - a review of existing legislation on combating parallel societies - the interior ministry proposed that the share of residents of 'non-Western' origin in each neighbourhood be limited to a maximum of 30 percent within 10 years.

"Denmark has for years had one of Europe's most restrictive immigration policies, which Social Democratic Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has continued since coming to power in June 2019 amid growing opposition from the right."

Immigration is when you decide who to let in.

Invasion is when they come in with no limit.

ITEM 4: The New York Post reported, "The House of Representatives is poised to pass two immigration reform bills on Thursday that would create a path to citizenship for up to half of the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the US.

"The two bills — benefiting farm workers, people brought illegally to the US as minors and refugees with temporary status — are expected to pass the House, but they face an uphill battle in the Senate, where 60 votes generally are needed for bills."

And guess what?

It won't be the good half.

ITEM 5: The New York Times reported, "The Senate approved William J. Burns on Thursday as director of the C.I.A., placing a veteran diplomat in charge of rebuilding morale battered during the Trump administration and focusing more intelligence resources on Red China.

"Mr. Burns was approved by unanimous consent without a roll-call vote."

After what the intelligence community did to Donald Trump, none in Washington dare hold it accountable.

ITEM 6: NBC reported, "An Atlanta-area sheriff's office said Thursday that it regrets any heartache caused by the comments of a department spokesman who said the suspect in the spa shootings that left eight people dead this week was having a 'bad day.'

"The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office acknowledged that comments Wednesday by the spokesman, Captain Jay Baker, were 'construed as insensitive,' but it insisted that 'they were not intended to disrespect any of the victims, the gravity of this tragedy, or express empathy or sympathy for the suspect.' "

The 24-hour rule should apply. The media has framed the deadly shootings as a hate crime against Asian-American, but the gunman (who should be tried, convicted, and hanged) had bad sex habits and took it out on the women at the spas.

As for Captain Baker, his brother is Judge Tony Baker, an Amerasian who was one of the lucky orphans who was airlifted from Vietnam in 1975. Told that the kid would be sent to an orphanage, Elliott and Ginnie Baker adopted him and added the 8-year-old lad to their family of Birdie, then 17; Beth, then 14; and Jay, then 6.


People calling for Captain Baker's dismissal are the ignorant bigots.

He made a mistake. Get over it. You ain't perfect either.

ITEM 7: The Daily Wire reported, "A group of current and former teachers and others in Loudoun County, Virginia, compiled a lengthy list of parents suspected of disagreeing with school system actions, including its teaching of controversial racial concepts — with a stated purpose in part to infiltrate, use hackers to silence parents communications, and expose these people publicly.

"Members of a 624-member private Facebook group called Anti-Racist Parents of Loudoun County named parents and plotted fundraising and other offline work. Some used pseudonyms, but The Daily Wire has identified them as a who’s who of the affluent jurisdiction outside D.C., including school staff and elected officials.

"The sheriff’s criminal investigations division is reviewing the matter — but the group’s activities might be no surprise to top law enforcement because the county’s prosecutor, narrowly elected with the help of $845,000 in cash from George Soros, appears to be a member of the Facebook group."

Anymore, anti-racist means anti-white.

ITEM 8: Fox reported, "Media members outraged after cancel culture comes for Alexi McCammond: 'Where the hell are we as an industry?'

"Teen Vogue editor-in-chief forced out after staff revolt over tweets she sent as teenager."

I'll tell you where you are as an industry: in the toilet. 

 It is OK to go after white men, but now some in the media are upset because they have canceled a young woman of color, as she calls herself.

I say go for the gold. Enter corporate media. The hours are shorter, the conditions are better, and the pay is higher. 

ITEM 9: The New York Times reported, "After eight days of intense questioning about political biases, racism and policing, 12 jurors have been seated for the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged with two counts of murder for the death of George Floyd.

"The court now needs to select two alternates to round out the jury."

I am puzzled by how you can have two counts of murder for the death of one man but I am not a lawyer. I don't even have a Twitter law degree.

ITEM 10Mike McCormick reported, "Joe Biden is lying about his 2011 dealings with Vladimir Putin in Moscow, and the Russian president isn’t putting up with it. I know this because I was an eyewitness to the events of that day. Events that Washington, D.C.’s media have failed to press Biden on – and that give an extraordinary insight into how our now-president was humiliated by his Russian counterparts.

"Vladimir Putin and his staff sought the almost ritualistic humiliation of then-Vice President Joe Biden, who commanded very little respect on the world stage during his tenure as veep. If it can be believed, he commands even less, now. Ever since that moment I witnessed, Joe Biden and his staffers – with the help of Washington’s press corps – have been spinning the story 180 degrees away from how it actually happened.

"After Biden lied about his prowess with Putin in a sickly sweet interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Putin pulled his ambassador out of Washington. It’s a pretty big move from Putin out of the blocks. Usually, if you fear a nation and its leader, you don’t start by pulling your ambassador. This is Putin’s telling the Biden regime: 'We don’t need you, and we don’t fear you.' "

Putin knows what happened in the election. Chairman Xi rigged it to get his puppet in.

ITEM 11: CNN reported, "Beijing’s crackdown in Xinjiang has separated thousands of children from their parents, new report claims."

No one has abused Asians more than Red China. Its death toll is 100 million and rising. Why we have any dealings with these monsters is beyond me.

ITEM 12Newsweek reported, "A former New Jersey teacher won a $325,000 settlement from a school district, after she claimed the school forced her to edit a Donald Trump T-shirt out of a yearbook photo in 2017.

"The Wall Township School District agreed to the settlement with former school district teacher Susan Parsons on Tuesday, NJ Advance Media reported.

"The financial agreement came after Parsons sued the school district in 2019, alleging that two years earlier the school forced her to digitally alter a Make America Great Again logo on a junior student's T-shirt—and then used Parsons as a scapegoat to blame her for the incident.

"Parsons, then a school yearbook adviser, said that a secretary who served as a proxy for the principal ordered her to make the edit, NJ Advance Media reported."

No word on whether the principal was canned.

ITEM 13: Collin Rugg reported, "The crisis at the southern border is quickly getting out of control and it appears that President Joe Biden is finally acknowledging that fact.

"According to The New York Times, the Biden Administration is quietly begging for Mexico’s help with the ongoing crisis at the border."

Here is how President Emeritus Trump handled Mexico. He told them to cooperate or face a tariff. He gave them 7 days to decide, then left on a trip to England.

ITEM 14: Jonathan Davis reported, "For months, a group opposed to Gov. Gavin Newsom has been working to obtain enough signatures to force a recall later this year, and it appears as though that’s going to happen.

"Supporters of the recall said that they submitted more than 2.1 million signatures by the Wednesday deadline, a figure that far and away will exceed the number necessary to get the initiative on the fall ballot — even if some turn out not to be valid."

Democrats need to cancel 600,000 of those signatures. I predict they will.

ITEM 15: Zero Hedge reported, "Wall Street South appears to be full steam ahead as Goldman Sachs Group Inc. discreetly asked employees at New York City offices if they would volunteer to move to its asset-management unit in Florida, according to Bloomberg sources.

Sources said executives managing Goldman Sachs Asset Management and its merchant banking operations had asked employees if they would be willing to be relocated to West Palm Beach. The first batch of employees to be relocated could include a couple of hundred investment professionals."

Better weather. Sane mayor. Sane governor. What's not to like?

Oh, and no state income tax.

ITEM 16: Just the News reported, "Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Dick Durbin of Illinois and Ranking Member Chuck Grassley of Iowa have introduced the Cameras in the Courtroom Act which would mandate that the nation's high court allow television coverage of open sessions, with an exception for cases in which a majority of justices vote that airing such a proceeding would breach the due process rights of a party before the Court.

"Spectators are already permitted to observe open high court sessions in person, but a press release about the bill says that people often cannot watch due to a limited quantity of unreserved seating. 

"The bill has bipartisan backing as Grassley is a Republican and Durbin is a Democrat. Along with those two lawmakers, Democratic Sens. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota are cosponsoring the bill."

Unconstitutional.

The Supreme Court runs the Supreme Court, not Congress.

ITEM 17: CNBC reported, "The National Football League has finalized its new 11-year media rights agreement with a pact that will run through 2033 and could be worth over $100 billion.

"The league announced Thursday it’s renewing TV rights with all of its existing broadcast partners and adding Amazon Prime Video as an exclusive partner for its Thursday Night Football package. It’s the first time a streaming service will carry a full package of games exclusively. Amazon is paying about $1 billion per year, according to people familiar with the matter. Amazon’s deal runs 10 years and begins in 2023."

Amazon, eh? 

All that kneeling must have won over Jeff Bezos.

ITEM 18Zero Hedge reported, "With the Fed depositing a fresh round of "free money" into the pockets of most Americans, the focus now turns to where the money is eventually going to wind up. Will it boost financial assets? Crypto? Will it finally hit consumer prices and cause a tick up in inflation?

"These are the questions that a new Bloomberg survey sought to answer earlier this week. As Americans enter what is hopefully the closing stages of the Covid pandemic and we attempt to get back to some form of normalcy, questions were abound about how a third (and perhaps final) stimulus would be rationed. 

"Respondents to a new survey said overwhelmingly that the money would go to things like saving, food and housing, first and foremost. Following that was paying down credit card debt, home improvements and healthcare."

43% plan save or invest the money.

30% plan to buy food.

Surely there is a more efficient (and less expensive) way to feed the hungry.

67 comments:

  1. Since when has Congress been concerned about cost? Not in my lifetime and I have watched them since 1972. The uniparty wants to spend Americans into submission.

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    1. Yes, submission, then oblivion. Clearly, that is their plan.

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    2. You mean bankruptcy, Jeffery.

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    3. Warren you are now the sixteenth person to be called Jeffrey by this idiot. Congratulations!

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  2. Xiden’s foreign policy team and military leadership are disasters.

    6 - Amen.

    7 - Neighbors spying on neighbors. Soon, children will be commanded to turn their parents in. Stalin would be proud.

    10 - Xiden hung Putin’s hide on his wall next to Corn Pop’s.

    14 - hard to bet against the democrats rigging the verification process. They are pros.

    16 - Durbin’s first name truly describes him. No offense meant to our own Mr. Hertz.

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    1. Item 19: Edweenie has now officially charged FIFTEEN people with being Jeffrey.

      Lol

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    2. Hurtful,TO, just plain hurtful...

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    3. And 3 of them are in this comment.

      PS You're telling us one person can't have more than one blogger account or one alias?

      Shirley, you jest.

      PPS You give yourself away. Your "style" and tactics never change.

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    4. Correction, make that sixteen. He just accused Warren Lockaby of being Jeffrey.

      Edweenie, you are the dumbest person on the internet. Bar none. If you wind up right about something it'll be the first time.

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    5. #16 Durbin is AKA "Little Dick". (stolen from Mark Levin)

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  3. Item 10: "then-Vice President Joe Biden, who commanded very little respect on the world stage during his tenure as veep." This helps us understand better the kabuki of Harris hovering in the background. Obama/Soros know Biden is mocked internationally, they're hoping Harris distracts. LMAO.

    Item 15: In Nov 2020 I relocated from SF Bay Area to Palm Beach County, FL. Hoping I'll enjoy the run-up of residential real estate prices again.

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    1. #10. She's too nasty to distract anyone. Maybe if she got on her knees for Putin...

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    3. Putin can do a lot better than the giggling girl. On the other hand...knowing that she will be president...he must finesse.

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    4. If she gets the chair, giggles won't be in it for long. She was put in the smaller chair as a companion placeholder for sniffy the placeholder in the big chair. She'll only get the big chair long enough for whoever "they" REALLY want in the big chair to be installed in the smaller chair.

      If anyone is hearing any chatter about who that mystery person is, I'd like to hear it. We can speculate amongst ourselves, but it doesn't matter.

      But of course they'll have to get all of this past "doc" (sic) jill...

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    5. I speculate Obama/Soros want Susan Rice installed in the big chair ultimately. Biden resigns, Harris gets elevated, appoints Rice as VP.

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    6. Agree on the Susan Rice horror. By the way, I'd like to come clean on this great posting site. For Lent I gave up Dewar's...but for St. Patty's I allowed myself Johnny Walker Black. A little no, a little yes.

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    7. JeremyR, she may not distract, but her cackle can incapacitate.

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    8. Giggles would easily get on her knees if she felt it was a benefit to her. She wouldn't do it for America or Americans. She has some "standards".

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  5. Item 6: Capt. Baker might have said instead that "It is early in our investigation but early indications are some of the victims just rubbed him the wrong way."

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    1. Bwahahahaha. At least there is one person in the world left out there with a sense of humor. Good one.

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    2. Every time I hear “massage parlor” I think of the scene in 40 Year Old Virgin where Steve Carrell gets a body wax. Shrinks the scrote ERRY time.

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    3. Laughed out loud, Bob, several times. Live long and prosper.

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  6. The Dems wet dream-war with Russia. With the Norms thrown in . Given the woke leadership, What can go wrong. We are in for it and they do not know what they are doing.

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  7. Item 15: West Palm Beach, in Palm Beach County, is in the corridor of southeast Florida where all the refugees from New York and New Jersey settle. From West Palm Beach to Miami, the area is infested with Democrats who brought their politics with them. They’re in the process of turning those counties into the sh!tholes they’re fleeeing.

    Item 17: Smart move for the NFL to lock in 11 years’ worth of income. By 2033, only the players’ friends and family will be watching their games, kinda like high school football.

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    1. Exactly right on 15 Randy. But that isn't the only area that they are headed to. I guess no one reads the signs that FLORIDA IS CLOSED!!!!

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  8. Norks I hates my phone.
    Computer's been in the shop for weeks .. Covid-19 you know.

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  9. Item #9. The two counts are a second degree murder charge and a third degree murder charge.
    Whatever the DA thinks he can get to stick at this travesty of a show trial.

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  10. Item 15: West Palm Beach, in Palm Beach County, is in the corridor of southeast Florida where all the refugees from New York and New Jersey settle. From West Palm Beach to Miami, the area is infested with Democrats who brought their politics with them. They’re in the process of turning those counties into the sh!tholes they’re fleeeing.

    Item 17: Smart move for the NFL to lock in 11 years’ worth of income. By 2033, only the players’ friends and family will be watching their games, kinda like high school football.

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  11. Item 15: West Palm Beach, in Palm Beach County, is in the corridor of southeast Florida where all the refugees from New York and New Jersey settle. From West Palm Beach to Miami, the area is infested with Democrats who brought their politics with them. They’re in the process of turning those counties into the sh!tholes they’re fleeeing.

    Item 17: Smart move for the NFL to lock in 11 years’ worth of income. By 2033, only the players’ friends and family will be watching their games, kinda like high school football.

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  12. #3. 30% is too high a number. Their invasive species are pedo worshipping goat humpers. Research shows that critical mass for radicalisation is 10% so limit them to concentrations of 5-7% for safety. Or zero percent.

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  13. BTW... great accurate live as it happens trial coverage by self defense attorney Andrew Branca can be found over at Legal Insurrection.

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  14. The VIRUS: Yes, this is why I, and many, MANY more, despise, detest, and totally distrust the media. It/they liiiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

    Item 9: So, a "double murder" of one man... One more reason why I despise, detest, and TOTALLY distrust the NYT.

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  15. Item 16. We in Congress don't care about no stinking Constitution.

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    1. They do in this case. Purse strings are controlled on Capitol Hill.

      Very Constitutional.

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  16. In the past in CA, when they have wanted to block initiatives, teachers unions have had their members add false signatures to initiatives and then challenge them later knowing that they are there. Hundreds of thousands of recall signatures could fall into this category.

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    1. You sound like you're hoping for it.

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    2. And you sound like a broken record, Edweenie.

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  17. #5...I watched "Safe House" last night. Hadn't seen it since 2013. At the end the head of the CIA was getting arrested and CNN was covering the perp walk! OH, THE IRONY. Sadly, I actually had to laugh.

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  18. #16 None of this matters. The "Supreme Court" is fast converting itself into a national joke. If they were smart, which they aren't, Red State governors would announce nullification of any crap decision from that pack of pre-bought saboteurs.

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  19. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: All the "variants" mean the Deep State Dwarf will have a job till he's 100.

    2: Not necessarily. There's a lot of crazy in the clown car and Shi may have better sense.

    YMMV

    5: The last time we had a veteran diplomat overseeing intel, his attitude was, "Gentlemen do not read other gentlemen's mail".

    7: narrowly elected with the help of $845,000 in cash from George Soros

    The last Nazi remains a Nazi.

    8: She made those tweets when she was 11. Aside from what's an 11 year old doing with a Twat account, how many idiot things does your average 11 year old do or say?

    Especially since their hormones are starting to gurgle.

    10: Don't mess with Poot. Better men than the doofus from Dover have gone to their reward thanks to him.

    11: Why we have any dealings with these monsters is beyond me.

    Maybe because they pay in something other than US dollars?

    13: No Emeritus. Emeritus is retired. His job was stolen.

    And AMLO looks, as did Poot, to figure the clown car, not just the lying dogfaced pony soldier, couldn't punch its way out of a paper bag.

    Look for a lot more adventurism on the world stage.

    14: They may try. People in CA may have finally reached the end of their patients. Enough hokey elections and Trump will be back.

    16: Congress controls their pay.

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    1. No, Trump is not President, you fool. You keep on whistling past the graveyard, Jeffrey. The rest of us are trying to save the republic.

      Oh, and you've now accused 15 people of being Jeffrey. You are clearly mentally ill, Edweenie.

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    2. Now it's sixteen. He's added Warren Lockaby. Lol.

      What a smacktard, Special Ed is.

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  20. "Unconstitutional.

    "The Supreme Court runs the Supreme Court, not Congress."


    Ha ha ha ha, oh Don. You have much to learn about how things REALLY work. Schumer didn't publicly threaten Gorsuch and Kavanaugh with nothing behind it.

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  21. The Supreme Court runs the Supreme Court, not Congress.

    So you still believe in the myth of the separation of powers! Incredible.

    FDR destroyed that separation. Today all fed agencies have their own courts, their own judges, no juries, and they write their own laws.

    Meanwhile go ahead and believe the myth you were taught in school.

    And people wonder why the nation is so screwed up!

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    1. And besides what's wrong with cameras in court? Aren't courts public? You wanna keep them secret is that it?

      We already have 2 secret courts anyway. The FISA court and the vaccine court.

      But nobody can go to court over the covid vaccine thanks to Trump who made that impossible even if it kills you.

      Who cares! Trump's our idol we don't care!!! He's the last American Idol lol.

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  22. ITEM #11. “No one has abused Asians more than Red China. Its death toll is 100 million and rising. Why we have any dealings with these monsters is beyond me.”

    Don, I know you’re smarter than that. It’s all about the YUAN!

    America’s elite love to line their pockets with Yuan — some (Hunter comes to mind) also enjoy their prostitutes.

    Just as bad in my view, many average Americans are addicted to cheap cr^p from China, primarily bought through Amazon.

    Greed Don...That’s why we have dealings with these “Monsters.” GREED.

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  23. ITEM 17:

    “All that kneeling must have won over Jeff Bezos.”

    It took more than kneeling Don.........You don’t want to know.

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  24. #12 I was a public school teacher for over 3 decades. I can't imagine taking an order of this magnitude from a school secretary. I'd have to hear from the horse's mouth and also have a recording device in use.

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    1. Maybe she had something in writing? As a Professional Engineer if I was instructed to do something I didn't agree with and they wouldn't put it in writing I would follow up with a letter "According to your instructions..." As long as it didn't jeopardize public safety or was illegal. Then I would not follow the instructions, or, as the secretary probably put it " it was only a request." The teacher apparently had some convincing creditable evidence.

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  25. Don, along with your comments about Xi installing Bite-me...please George 'The Most Evil Man In The World' Soros.

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  26. 15. If a southern Florida city was clever, they would rename a street real quick like.

    16. Congress pays for the Supreme Court.

    18. It was never about feeding the hungry.

    Oh, and apparently lots will go be 'invested' in guns and ammo, too.

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