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Thursday, April 29, 2021

Highlights of the News

The man who totally received more votes than any president ever addressed Congress last night.

Millions did not watch.

ITEM 1: Biden called to open the spigots and spend trillions of dollars we do not have on welfare and little on building bridges, water reservoirs, airports, power plants, and the like. He called his welfare program "infrastructure."

I call it cowpies.

Republican Senator Tim Scott said in the official reply, "Our best future won’t come from Washington schemes or socialist dreams. It will come from you — the American people."

Reaganism lives.

Trumpism too.

ITEM 2: Scott also said, "Thanks to Operation Warp Speed and the Trump Administration, our country is flooded with safe and effective vaccines. Thanks to our bipartisan work last year, job openings are rebounding. So why do we feel so divided and anxious?"

President Trump got the vaccines to free people from masks.

And, boy, are the Democrats angry.

ITEM 3: The Gestapo invaded Rudy Giuliani's house, and confiscated his electronic equipment as the Biden Administration criminalizes political opposition.

Obama used the FBI as a KGB to spy on opponents.

Biden uses the FBI to destroy them.

CNN reported, "It is unusual for prosecutors to execute a search warrant on a lawyer, although Manhattan federal prosecutors have done so before, most notably in recent years against another former lawyer for Trump, Michael Cohen."

We have three sets of rules. One set for citizens, one set for protected citizens such as Hunter Biden, and one set for people connected to Donald Trump.

I have news for those in the first group. Soon there will be just 2 sets of rules and you ain't on the protected list.

ITEM 4: Royal Farms convenience stores announced, "With a growing store count and warmer months approaching, Royal Farms is ramping up a large-scale hiring effort that aims to bring on 4,500 new employees before the end of this year.

"The open positions range from part-time and full-time options, as well as customer service level associate and management level positions. A $500 sign on bonus at select locations is being offered to new employees. A $300 referral bonus for any active employee is also being offered internally. If an employee is fully vaccinated, they will also receive a $50 COVID-19 Wellness bonus."

The stores are headquartered in Baltimore.

Do people get combat pay as well?

In Grub Hub Nation, the government outspends employers to keep people jobless.

TWEET OF THE DAY: Ronna McDaniel tweeted, "Since Biden likes to talk about unity, it’s worth noting that he’s spoken more to Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin than Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell."

I love her moxie.

ITEM 5: The New York Post reported, "Cops dismantle vagrants’ tent in middle of Upper West Side."

As hobo homes go, that one looked pretty nice. Upscale even.

But the police are there to protect the 1%.

ITEM 6: West Virginia enacts a new Sanity in Sports law.

Jim Justice (the governor) coaches the girls basketball teams at Greenbrier East High School and led them to a state championship in 2012. He also coached the boys team at the same time for a few seasons. He may not know much, but when it comes to school sports, I defer to his judgment.

ITEM 7: The Georgia Star News reported, "Nearly half a year after the 2020 Election, and four months after the original inquiry, Fulton County has failed to fulfill the Open Records Request made by The Georgia Star News to produce complete copies of all ballot transfer forms documenting the chain of custody in the transfer of absentee vote by mail ballots deposited in drop boxes to county registrars during the November 2020 election, as required by the Emergency Election Code Rule adopted by the Georgia State Election Board in July 2020.

"On January 22, Fulton County Officials responded to the Open Records request made by The Star News with two PDF files. As previously reported, of those two files – one with a label that ended with BX-1, and another with a label that ended with BX-3 – showed ballot transfer form records for 36,635 absentee votes by mail ballots deposited in drop boxes.

"That amount is significantly less than what was expected for Fulton County, given that The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that 145,000 absentee votes by mail ballots were cast in Fulton County in the November 3, 2020 general election out of more than 524,000 votes cast."

145,000 ballots cast. 36,635 accounted for. Whose votes did those 100,000+ unaccounted-for ballots cancel out?

Republicans must learn to ballot harvest. They must be as dirty and as dangerous as the Democrats are because until the laws change and are enforced by the courts, the law of the jungle applies.

ITEM 8: The Hill reported, "Former President Trump is discussing the possibility of resuming his signature Make America Great Again rallies as he seeks to remain a part of the political conversation while out of office and silenced on Twitter. 

"CNN reported that Trump is considering the resumption of his rallies and that he may hold events to support candidates challenging Republicans who have criticized him, such as Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), one of seven GOP senators who voted to convict the former president in his second impeachment trial for inciting a mob to attack the Capitol on Jan. 6.

"Trump continued to hold MAGA rallies in 2020 even throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The rallies came to a halt after his loss to now-President Biden in November’s election."

No president ever campaigned harder for his party and for his re-election against such terrible odds.

I hope he is rewarded with MAGA wins in 2022.

ITEM 9: WJW reported, "An Ohio pub owner says he’s never been busier since telling people that he wouldn’t be showing NBA games until LeBron James was expelled from the league.

"Jay Linneman, owner of Linnie’s Pub in Cincinnati, announced the ban shortly after a tweet from James about the death of Ma’khia Bryant."

James ran a picture of the police officer who stopped Bryant from killing another girl. James captioned it "You're Next."

Mega-millionaire James who peddles slave-made shoes tweeted, "Aww Damn! I was headed there to watch our game tonight and have a drink! Welp."

I have a feeling Linneman will make it without the thug.

ITEM 10: The Washington Post reported, "D.C. pastor misused $1.5 million in pandemic relief loans, federal prosecutors allege."


He used some of the money to buy a Bentley.

Put me on that jury and I vote to acquit.

ITEM 11: The Epoch Times reported, "California officials colluded with Big Tech to censor social media posts in the United States during the 2020 presidential election, government watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Tuesday.

"The findings come after Judicial Watch received 540 pages and a further four pages of documents from the office of the Secretary of State of California in response to an open records request, the group said.

"It had filed the request after a December 2020 report surfaced revealing that California’s Office of Election Cybersecurity had surveilled and asked the social media giants to remove or flag as misleading at least two dozen messages.

"Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said that SKDKnickerbocker, a communications company linked to President Joe Biden’s election campaign, was involved in the censoring of speech during last year’s election period.

"The company did this by sharing its Misinformation Daily Briefings with California officials, who then passed them on to social media giants Facebook, Twitter, and Google for dissemination, according to Judicial Watch."

Fascism is the use of corporations as muscle for the totalitarian state. George Orwell messed up. He thought only the government could do this.

The next Republican president must shut the social media down if we are to restore America as a constitutional republic.

ITEM 12: Breitbart reported, "Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) extended the state’s declared State of Emergency, contending it is necessary to 'ensure Florida schools remain open for the remainder of the school year and to protect Floridians from being required to produce a so-called vaccine passport,' per the order.

"The emergency order, which has been in effect for over a year, was set to expire at midnight, but DeSantis extended it again, citing the continued impact of the Chinese coronavirus beyond a public health standpoint alone."

What he is doing is intriguing.

While there is no emergency, there is an order. It said in part, "As Florida continues to realize a manageable trend in COVID-19 cases, over 8.5 million vaccinated individuals, a 4.7% unemployment rate well under the national average, and state revenues improving significantly from worst-case projections during the pandemic, gaining $4.1 billion additional projected revenue over three fiscal years from the August 2020 estimate, the state should prepare to resume non-emergency operations."

Some men talk presidential. Others act presidential. Readers know which kind I prefer.

ITEM 13: Newsotime reported, "Biden Calls For U.S. To ‘Root Out Systemic Racism’ In Speech To Congress."

The way to root it out is for Biden to resign because that system of racism elected him president.

He should turn the presidency over to a black man.

Tim Scott.

ITEM 14: Just the News reported, "Former President Trump issued a statement on Wednesday praising the decision by a judge in Arizona to allow the audit of the Nov. 3, 2020 presidential election to continue. 

"The audit is focused on Maricopa County, the largest by far in Arizona, and involves more than two million votes. Though they have been recounted in the past, this is both a recount and a forensic audit to determine the legitimacy of each vote cast."

This should have been done months ago.

ITEM 15: The Daily Beast reported, "Fox News anchor Chris Wallace heaped praise on President Joe Biden’s first address before a joint session of Congress on Wednesday evening, predicting it would be a popular speech with most Americans. Moments later, an on-air colleague swooped in to take a jab at his analysis.

"During Fox’s post-speech coverage, Wallace specifically cited Biden’s pitch for infrastructure and child-care spending plans as a reason why, in the anchor’s view, many Americans will come away with a positive view of the address."

I predicted Wallace would gush over the speech because he is the cheerleader for socialism and the deep state.

Just like every other anchor in Washington.


  1. Tim Scott is a great man. I voted for him in his first run for political office, city council. Trey Gowdy thinks he is Presidential matter. I am not convinced of that as of yet.

    1. It might have been county council, it was quite a few years ago.

    2. Gowdy talks a big game, but there are never any results. Lindsey Graham light.

    3. Wasn’t it Trey Gowdy’s House Committee to get Hillary to make her most famous line: “ this point what difference does it make?”

    4. I have never seen a politician that is more popular than Senator Scott. I’m going to act like a Democrat and vote for him 7 times next year.

    5. Tim Scott stabbed Trump in the back. He first said mail in ballots would "work out just fine" when Trump was warning of corruption, then he wouldn't stand with the other Republicans in opposing acceptance of the Electoral College on January 6. Scott also slammed Trump when NBC released the 2005 locker room tapes.

      Scott cannot be trusted.

  2. 3 - scary stuff.

    9 - Now that’s an uplifting story. I hope Antifa doesn’t darken his door.

    10 - the scam seems to be that a church received $1.5 million in Covid relief.

    15 - What an ass kissing maroon. Wallace should become Xiden’s press Secretary.

  3. Who could think that one day Biden will be the president of the united states. well now i think the online stores has the free hand to create more and more coupons Purpose of Digital Coupons is to provide releif to the people so that they can buy things for their use easily

  4. Item 15: I watch Fox News for special events, like when the Puppet in Chief gives an address. I wait until Chris Wallace chimes in, then I switch away and don’t return. It didn’t take long for Bret Baier to ask Wallace for his opinion, before the speech even started. As soon as he appeared on screen, I switched back to my Prime movie. I know networks and cable outlets track exactly when viewers leave, and I want to make sure my exit correlates with Chris Wallace’s appearance.

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    1. Well done, John Henry!

      Now, our legitimately elected President could pick worse places to spend the Commiecrat’s exile from his D.C. office. I would love to be at Mar-a-Lago or Bedminster, but the fact remains that he is on day 39 of a second term he is forbidden to serve.

      Trump 2021, indeed. Swear him in today, but he gets until April 29, 2025.

  6. "The man who totally received more votes than any president ever addressed Congress last night.

    Millions did not watch." Why was I not informed? Oh! I don't trust the media, so I ignore it as much as possible.

    Item 12: DeSantis... Yeah, I could vote for him for President.

    Item 14: "This should have been done months ago." When it might have counted.

  7. 'Morning, all...

    1 - I would have used the more-accurate "fantasies" rather than "dreams." Dreams are things that are possible if you work for them, like (e.g.) the dream of setting up and running your own medical practice; fantasies are just wonderful things that you hope might just magically happen for you for no apparent reason, like (e.g.) getting home tonight and finding a scantily-clad Heidi Klum lounging on your couch waiting for you. The left is a cult which thinks that if they deploy the trappings and believe real hard, the magic things will happen - in other words, they are a cargo cult.

    3 - Yep, just like in any old communist country, indeed not two tiers but three tiers - one for the "ruling class," one for the peasants (designed to keep them in line), and one for any political opposition.

    TWEET OF THE DAY - No surprise; recall that zippy was happy to negotiate with the Iranian fascists but not the Republican Congress. The left has been like this for decades; the whole world is a solved problem, while the only real problem is domestic opposition.

    7 - Don, maybe the dispute over "ballot harvesting" in here is one of definition? Not sure if you are defining it differently - but it has specific meaning in places like CA (where it was legalized in 2018), basically allowing people to look at the voting list to see who hasn't voted, then going out to their residences and asking if they'd like to pull out their mail-in ballot and cast it (with the help of the harvester). The donks used that as a sneak to steal seats in CA in 2018, and in 2020 the CA-GOP *did* learn to do the same thing and took them back. But the practice is illegal basically everywhere else (and see the item about three-tier justice they they'll use to deal with this).

    8 - Excellent! I suggested back in January or February that he should start doing this. We need to stay energized and organized and not become what THEY want - atomized and depressed. Who better than PDJT to do this! If he's daring them to try to shut him down or the rallies down, great!

    9 - Curling.

    10 - Funny thing is that George Orwell was not a rightist. He started out as a flat-out communist, but was cured of those ideas during his time in Spain during their Civil War. (I still think his best work is his memoir of that time, "A Homage to Catalonia," which details his learning during that time in Spain and his lucky escape with his life; he took to allegorical fiction later to illustrate how bad communism is and where it would inevitably go.) But he never quite gave up the fantasy, and later always called himself a "democratic socialist" (which of course is why modern communists have stolen THAT term too).

    12 - Florida Man!

    13 - On general grounds, I don't like Senators becoming Presidents - look at the record, it ain't good. People in legislative bodies have a legislative personality (generally an obsession with "consensus"), while an executive position generally requires an executive personality (results-oriented).


  8. "He used some of the money to buy a Bentley."
    Jesus didn't own a horse, but this guy needs a Bentley.
    Hell Don, if you want one that bad, just open a ministry so you can fleece the public too.

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  10. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    2: our country is flooded with safe and effective vaccines.

    I can give you an argument on that.

    President Trump go the vaccines to free people from masks.

    Know you had a point, but you might want to clarify it.

    3: I think the FIB has become the Praetorians.

    They acted on their own, too.

    4: Ronna had her shot in January.

    7: Ballot harvesting only works on votes cast. When they're churning out fake votes by the tens of millions, it's just whistling in the wind.

    8: I think he figures the country is ready for rebellion.

    9: They don't call him LeBum for nothing.

    14: This should have been done months ago.

    They thought they could bulldoze over it and people would fergit.

    Hell, we ain't fergit.

  11. And to think, Jeopardy was preempted here so as to allow this clown to spout his tripe. EGAD!

    Shouldn't the so called peaceful protesters be out in for over this one, he said satirically?

  12. “Newsotime reported, "Biden Calls For U.S. To ‘Root Out Systemic Racism’ In Speech To Congress”

    Well come over here with your speech and a red pen, and we’ll begin, Joe.

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