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Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Highlights of the News

The Daily Caller reported, "Biden White House In ‘Regular Touch’ With Barack Obama On ‘A Range Of Issues,’ Psaki Says."

ITEM 1: Little minds in the capital busy themselves while our border is breeched, our economy has tanked, and Red China is taking over the world.

Does this mean calling the team the Washington Football Team now is racist?

ITEM 2: Reuters reported, "A federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday criticized the U.S. Justice Department for speaking to the media about the ongoing investigation into the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by former President Donald Trump’s supporters.

"In an unusual court hearing, U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta said he was surprised by remarks prosecutor Michael Sherwin made to the CBS television program 60 Minutes, and troubled by a New York Times article that cited anonymous Justice Department sources."

Mehta is an Obama judge.

He said, "I found it troubling that sources within the Department of Justice were detailing the possibility of additional charges in a pending criminal case and an ongoing criminal investigation. This case will not be tried in the media."

Let us call this what it is: attempted jury tampering. It is bad enough that defendants will face a jury drawn in a town in which 94% of the people did not vote for President Trump without the prosecutors ginning up the case like this.

If they have a case, they should make it before a grand jury, not on 60 Minutes.

ITEM 3: United Press International reported, "A federal judge on Tuesday ordered a U.S. Army reservist known as a white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer among his colleagues to remain in custody as he awaits trial for charges related to the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.

"Judge Trevor McFadden said that while Timothy Hale-Cusanelli was not charged with committing violence during the insurrection, he remains a threat to the public due to his 'odious' beliefs."

McFadden is a Trump judge!

He jailed someone for a thought crime.

He said, "There is substantial evidence here that for a number of years the defendant has apparently had kind of a near-Nazi racist ideology that has led him to use racist language, sexist language, has been generally engaged in hateful conduct, if not necessarily violent conduct toward a number of people with whom he's had contact.

"Having said all that, we don't typically penalize people for what they say or think."

The Constitution protects racist language. The Constitution protects sexist language. The Constitution protects hateful language.

Impeach McFadden for violating his oath to defend the Constitution.

ITEM 4Andrew Malcolm wrote, "Something is very wrong with Joe Biden—mentally, medically, strategically—or all three.

"Of course, he’s long been known as a tone-deaf gaffe-meister. Swearing on live mics. Patronizing politically. As head of administration transparency for Barack Obama, Biden closed the meetings."

Politics aside, this puts us in danger.

The story said, "Reminder: In 1962 the world came closest to Armageddon when the Soviet Union moved nuclear missiles into Cuba after Premier Nikita Khrushchev determined that John Kennedy was a weak president.

"Biden’s first news conference is Thursday. But by seeking to hide what has become obvious infirmities, aides have not served him well so far. And media seem reluctant to press that issue hard. This has now gone beyond politics. The concerns must be addressed forthrightly.

"Don’t hold your breath, though. Political coverups are just too tempting. Ask Andrew Cuomo."

It is not that I fear Biden will do something rash.

What I fear is the deep state exploiting this weakness, just as the deep state exploited the lazy and inattentive Obama.

ITEM 5: As for Kennedy, Khrushchev had his kitchen debate with Nixon when Ike was president and found him worthy. On June 4, 1961, (less than 6 months into the JFK administration) Khrushchev met Kennedy in Vienna, sized him up, chewed him up, and spit him out.

2 months later, the Soviets began walling up Berlin. The Berlin Wall was an ugly 27-mile abomination protected by 55,000 land mines, 302 guard towers.

JFK had to bring us to the brink of nuclear annihilation to win back Khrushchev's respect. 

Biden is too dazed and confused to know or care.

Our military operates under the Rainbow Flag now. 

But there is hope. I don't want Donald Trump back. He was too nice. I want Michael Corleone.

ITEM 6Breitbart reported, "President Joe Biden called for an assault weapons ban following Monday’s shooting attack at the Boulder, Colorado grocery store.

"Politico reported Biden urging the Senate to take action on H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446, the former of which would create universal background checks and the latter of which would expand the length of time a background check can last.

"He also called for an assault weapons ban."

The man is a ghoul, roused out of his coma-like state only by gunshots. And then only those by rifles, not the gunfire that slaughters thousands of black people annually in inner cities.

He has no empathy for crime victims. He just sees them as a cudgel to expand the central government's power.

ITEM 7: Fox reported, "Republican Sen. Rick Scott is urging Olympic sponsors to demand the 2022 Winter Games be moved from Beijing amid human rights abuses and alleged genocide against Uyghur Muslims and ethnic minorities in China.

"Scott, of Florida, wrote a letter, exclusively obtained by Fox News, to International Olympics Committee sponsors, including Airbnb, Alibaba Group, Allianz, Atos, Bridgestone, Coca-Cola, DOW, General Electric, Intel, Omega, Panasonic, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, Toyota and Visa."

Chairman Xiden is too chicken droppings to boycott his masters' Olympics.

And where are the Woke SJWs? Why are they not boycotting Airbnb, Alibaba Group, Allianz, Atos, Bridgestone, Coca-Cola, DOW, General Electric, Intel, Omega, Panasonic, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, Toyota and Visa?

Oh wait.

That is who funds the snowflakes.

ITEM 8: The New York Post reported, "An unhinged man was caught on police bodycam video going on a vile, racist rant at an Asian-American NYPD detective during a protest in Manhattan.

"The officer, a 16-year veteran of the force, was assigned to a march near the Stonewall Inn on March 11 when a protestor approached him and began spewing anti-Asian slurs, according to sources with knowledge of the incident."

But it is not a hate crime because the assailant is black. Only white people are racist.

ITEM 9: Speaking of berserkers, the Denver Post reported, "The 21-year-old Arvada man arrested in Monday’s mass shooting at a Boulder King Sooper’s was violent, short-tempered and paranoid during high school, his former classmates said Tuesday.

"Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa is suspected of killing 10 people at the grocery store Monday when he walked in around 2:30 p.m. and began shooting, according to law enforcement. He was taken into custody about an hour later with a gunshot wound in his leg.

"Alissa was hospitalized for treatment and is expected to be transported to the Boulder County Jail Tuesday to face 10 counts of first-degree murder." reported, "Alissa’s Facebook Posts Included Muslim & Anti-Trump References Along With Homophobic Slurs."

Dammit. There went another assumption.

But this is not a hate crime. It cannot be a hate crime because he is Muslim.

The only solution to mass murders is for everyone in West Virginia to give up their hunting rifles.

ITEM 10: The Wrap reported, "According to Nielsen Media Research ratings data, MSNBC averaged 1.404 million viewers for the full day in the first quarter. CNN averaged 1.398 million and Fox News averaged 1.324 million. During the quarter — which will end this coming Sunday, but for which there is sufficient data to call an early win for MSNBC — the news networks have been the top three cable channels overall. For comparison, HGTV was in fourth place with an average of 669,000 total viewers."

From First to Third in just three months.

Congratulations to Chris Stirewalt. He brought down a giant.

Unfortunately, he was employed by the giant.

The enemy within.

How fitting.

ITEM 11: Via Glenn Reynolds, Debra Heine reported, "The White House is reportedly urging staffers in all federal agencies refer to the current administration as the Biden-Harris Administration, a leaked email from a federal employee reveals.

" 'Please be sure to reference the current administration as the Biden-Harris Administration in official public communications,' a top White House communications official wrote. 'Biden-Harris Administration' was accented in bold.

"Indeed, on the White House website, the administration is referred to as the Biden-Harris Administration."

Technically, it is the Biden-Harris-Pelosi-Leahy-Blinken-Yellen-Austin-Garland-Haaland-Vilsack-Raimondo-Walsh-Becerra-Fudge-Buttigieg-Cardona-McDonough Administration.

ITEM 12: Breitbart reported, "In the week since the first woman filed a sexual lawsuit against Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, 23 additional women have now come forward with accusations and 14 lawsuits have been filed, including an alleged incident that occurred as recently as March 2021.

"Watson is accused of harassment, inappropriate touching, and assault, including forced oral sex during massages. Many of the accusers that have come forward are massage therapists who have worked with Watson.

"Houston lawyer Tony Buzbee, who is representing the alleged victims in the lawsuits, said he planned to submit affidavits and evidence supporting his client’s claims to the Houston Police Department on Monday morning."

ESPN reported the story on its front page in an agate type headline on the right, after "Sources: Raptors discussing Lowry, Powell trades" but ahead of "NHL probing ref's hot-mic call on Preds penalty."

ITEM 13: Newsweek reported, "A tweet describing Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, the suspected gunman in Monday's Colorado supermarket shooting, as a 'white Christian terrorist' does not violate the social network's misinformation policies, Twitter told Newsweek."

Some lies are approved by Twitter while some truths are banned.

That is the problem with corporate censorship. Twitter now owns every lie it allows to be posted.

I tried to warn them.

ITEM 14: Life News reported, "New Report Shows Teen Abortion Rate Has Dropped a Whopping 82%."

The story said, "The large reduction in the teen abortion rate is partly the result of a higher percentage of pregnant teenagers choosing life for their preborn children. According to these new statistics, the percentage of pregnancies carried to term by women ages 15 to 19 between 1980 and 2017 increased by more than 10%.

"An even more important reason for the drop in the teen abortion rate is that teenagers are now much less likely to become pregnant in the first place."

The Pill made abortion obsolete and unnecessary. Abstention is fine but it is far easier to remain a virgin when you marry at 18 than when you marry at 30.

ITEM 15: The Daily Wire reported, "Democrat President Joe Biden is reportedly under investigation for halting billions of dollars in payments that were set to go out to companies that were tasked with finishing President Donald Trump’s southern border wall." 

I wonder how much of that money went up Hunter's nose.


  1. You are right when you said Donald Trump was too nice I don't want him back. He made too many mistakes. He couldn't spot a Swampscott if it bit him in the ass.

    I want Ron DeSantis a.k.a. Michael Corleone.

    1. Not being a DC insider, he took other people's suggestions. I would have fallen into the same trap if I was in his position.

    2. I don't think that Donald Trump Jr will make that same mistake.

    3. amr is right. Trump had no choice but to take the recommendations of "advisors," especially at the beginning. When you're the CEO of a very large enterprise, you must rely on the skill and judgement of your subordinates. What you shouldn't have to put up with is sabotage from those same subordinates. How many people could Trump actually trust? Two, three?

    4. Agree, amr is right. Trump was in an impossible position. I wonder how much of the famous disorganization in the White House during his tenure resulted from his constantly learning that one or another trusted person was really working against him.

    5. Although I want Donald J. Trump 2.0, I think Trump is enjoying being free. Eric said his father is happy.

    6. Trump as President was on a learning curve, to be fair. In any insurgency against entrenched corruption, the challenger is usually takes a beating before change happens.

      The movement isn’t nearly over and Trump made a beachhead for second wave troops

    7. Michael Corleone? I'd settle for Vlad the Impaler.

    8. Is it not possible that PDJT's unstated mission was to shine spotlights on swamp dwellers? Do those spot lights not make them visible?
      [or to paraphrase the Verizon Guy "...can you see them NOW???".

    9. “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”
      ― Theodore Roosevelt

      I can't stand people who have never done anything criticizing someone who has risked everything to serve the country he loves. I prefer what Rush Limbaugh wrote in his last days.

      "...THANK YOU for taking a damn rotten job that you never had to take!! Thank you for caring enough for this country to want to try and make a difference. Thank you for showing America how little Career Politicians actually work for their constituents; and for showing us how much those politicians despise you for showing America how easy it is to build a great nation, rather than rape her to line their own pockets and stock portfolios.

      Thank you for allowing us to experience a President that wasn’t a lifelong politician, but a lifelong American. THANK YOU MR PRESIDENT... YOU DID YOUR BEST…"

  2. re 11, obama should be the first name this is all his doing

  3. If we give up our hunting rifles the deer will have won.

    BTW, why isn't someone asking how this guy passed a background check before hysterically calling for more background checks?

    1. That’s the question that must not be asked.

    2. Under federal law, if the assault charge could have gotten him a year in jail regardless of what he was convicted of he would have been placed on the no purchase list for a firearm. But the problem is that the states do not follow through on the federal requirements to be notified. His friends and family could have had him investigated as well. There is always a conflict between civil rights of someone and their potential for violence. I have had 3 death threats and the civil rights of the one threatening me won out.

    3. Yes, it's a tough issue. Civil know, the rights that haven't protected all those people who have been cancelled. And, now, we have systemic (government sanctioned) racism against white males. Is it possible the government can prosecute itself?

  4. 3,6,&9
    "Trump judge" So? Barret is a Trump judge, Kavanaugh is a Trump judge, Gorsuch is a Trump judge.
    Leopards can't change their spots, but some leopards can hide them.
    Ever notice how these 'mass shootings' happen in liberal run cities like Boulder, Atlanta, and Chicago?
    Boulder has a lot of gun control laws on the books and they still didn't stop this nut.
    So instead of gun control laws, how about implementing some liberal control laws?

    1. Re: Liberal-run cities.

      It's because they are weird sumps that both attract and retain nuts - and they celebrate this, since it makes them more "diverse."

    2. It is simpler. The jihadis are back.

  5. 1 - my semi-dyslexia constantly reads their name as WTF.

    3 - this puts us further down our very dangerous path. Another winning judge from the Federalist Society.

    4 - the news conference sill be a major staged event. Amazing how the news careens from issue to issue. Fredo’s dumber brother isn’t news anymore.

    9 - now that we know who commuted the mass murder, we won’t hear much of that story anymore.

    12 - ESPN needs Watson on the field to help pay for the new tv contract.

  6. Open carry is the logical answer to stop or limit
    cowardly opportunistic mass murderers.

    Why don't politicians demand they have fewer bodyguards?

    Why didn't the Dems refuse to build Ft Pelosi after Jan 6?

    Demanding less self defense in the face of threat to life is inviting more. The democrats know that. The left hates us.

    1. Hellcat on my right ass cheek as I type this in the kitchen.

    2. Even though I don't understand it, I laughed out loud anyway.

  7. 7. Let's not forget Comcast/NBC, which will televise the Gulagthon in all its glory.

  8. 12 - What the Houston Texans have "discovered" about Watson, is what I expect when someone "releases the Kraken".

    Watson doesn't want to play in Houston, The Texans don't want him playing anywhere else. What team is going to sign this guy now?

    Watson wanted to play hardball and it looks like someone said "okay, let's play hardball" and then "released the Kraken".

    One would assume that every team in the league knew and still knows about Watson's history too. Teams and the NFL literally brag about their pre-draft "investigations" of players.

    1. Perfect match for the Silver and Black. Oops! They moved to Vegas. Are those still their colors? Haven’t watched a game in two plus years...

  9. Item 5 Why is it always the berlin wall, I know it was first, but the damn wall was the intra German border wall. Ran from the north sea to where ever it ended in the south. Was a as nasty as the berlin wall

  10. Item #3 - "Impeach McFadden for violating his oath to defend the Constitution."

    The oath of office is the first lie every one of the DC reptiles tells.

  11. "Congratulations to Chris Stirewalt. He brought down a giant." Don't forget Chris 'I hate Trump'Wallace.

  12. Don, witj all due respect Trump
    is nothing if not educable.

    Trump 2.0 might look very different if it comes to pass.

  13. Item #9: Didn't everyone in West Virginia who had hunting rifles lose them all in a horrific series of canoe accidents (just last year)?

  14. ITEM 4: “Andrew Malcolm wrote, ‘Something is very wrong with Joe Biden*—mentally, medically, strategically—or all three.’...

    Politics aside, this puts us in danger.”

    Totally agree, and yet, I prefer keeping demented Joe* upright and in office until just before January 2023. This way, under our current Constitution, HeelsUp Harris can be President for only six years at the most.

    While demented corrupt Joe* is putting American lives in danger, the sad truth is the uncontrollably cackling HeelsUp will most likely be a much worse President for the American People when she inevitably replaces the increasingly mentally incompetent Biden* because:

    She is even more radical than Biden;

    She dislikes “traditional” Americans [who support gun rights; read the Bible; are Religious believers in a God, not Climate Change; want Freedom; love America; believe in MLK’s Dream of a colorblind society where people are judged by their character, and not by the color of their skin, etc.] even more than demented Biden*; and

    She is even more incompetent than Biden, even in his current demented state. Hard as it is to believe, HeelsUp is “learning the ropes” under the demented one’s tutelage.

    I pray for the USA everyday, because we are well and truly hosed at this point.

    Elections, especially stolen elections, matter.

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