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Thursday, June 03, 2021

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Vox reported, "Violent anti-Semitism spiked in America during the Israel-Hamas war. And we don’t know why."

Yes, it is a puzzlement.

Just like violent crime rising following the defunding of the police.

There are no coincidences in politics. Just lefty hate.

ITEM 2: Vox managed to blame Donald John Trump, the first president to have a Jewish daughter, a Jewish son-in-law, and Jewish grandchildren.

Vox said, "It’s entirely possible that it’s random chance, isolated incidents that mean little in the broader scheme of things. It’s also possible that the anti-Semitic attacks are part of the generalized surge in American anti-Semitism since 2016, which most experts link to the rise of Donald Trump and the alt-right movement. But perhaps the scariest possibility is that the US is becoming more like Europe, where anti-Semitic violence during military conflicts involving Israel routinely rises."

The people at Vox are deliberately ignorant.

ITEM 3: Republican Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida signed into law a bill that bans boys from girls sports. The NCAA threatened to pull all events from Florida.

The Daily Wire quoted him from a Fox interview.

He said, "I think as these bills were going through various legislatures, I remember the NCAA put out a statement saying any state that enacts this, we’re not going to hold events there. And so I called the Speaker of the House in Florida and I said, ‘did you hear what they said?’ And he’s like, ‘yeah,’ I said, we definitely got to get this done.

"You can’t be cowed by these organizations, or particularly by woke corporations from doing the right thing. And so my view was throughout this whole time, we have to protect our girls, it is discriminatory to force them to compete against biological males.

"And so if the price of having a tournament is that I have to deny equal opportunity to hundreds of thousands of young girl and women athletes throughout Florida, I am much more willing to stand with the girls. And to hell with these events."

I wish the NCAA good luck on moving the Orange Bowl to Buffalo.

ITEM 4: The News Motion reported, "Israel’s parliament elected the even-keeled Labor veteran Isaac Herzog as its 11th president Wednesday, a vote that came as opposition lawmakers scrambled to forge a coalition to unseat Benjamin Netanyahu.

"Herzog, 60, beat former headmistress Miriam Peretz to replace President Reuven Rivlin, who was elected in 2014 to the largely ceremonial position decided by the parliament, or Knesset.

"Wednesday’s presidential vote came as Israeli politicians from across the spectrum were holding 11th-hour negotiations to cobble together a new administration aimed at ending Prime Minister Netanyahu’s 12 straight years in office."

Bibi had a good run.

Let us see if Israel survives without him.

ITEM 5: Hamas-Shielding AP reported, "The world’s largest meat processing company has resumed most production after a weekend cyberattack, but experts say the vulnerabilities exposed by this attack and others are far from resolved.

"Brazil-based JBS SA notified the U.S. government of a ransom demand from the ransomware gang REvil, which is believed to operate in Russia, according to a person familiar with the situation who is not authorized to discuss it publicly.

"REvil has not posted anything related to the hack on its dark web site. But that’s not unusual. Ransomware syndicates as a rule don’t post about attacks when they are in initial negotiations with victims — or if the victims have paid a ransom.

"It’s not clear if JBS paid a ransom. The White House referred questions about the ransom demand to the company, but JBS hasn’t discussed it in its public statements. Phone and email messages seeking comment were left with the company Wednesday."

Smithfield, owned by Red China, was not hit.

Does Hunter get a kickback because the FBI seems to be moving at the speed of frozen molasses on these ransomware cases.

Maybe if someone reported the hackers displayed a noose, the FBI would send 15 agents.

ITEM 6: Scum of the Day.

ABC reported, "The former CEO of Make-A-Wish Iowa has pleaded guilty to charges of embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from the charity that supports sick children and their families.

"Jennifer Woodley admitted in a written guilty plea last week that she made unauthorized charges on a foundation credit card, gave herself an unapproved bonus and salary increases and made false entries into foundation records related to those expenses.

"Woodley, 40, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree theft and one count of fraudulent practices, all felonies. Under a plea agreement, prosecutors will recommend a sentence of five years of probation, along with fines and restitution."

The scum is the prosecutor who made this plea bargain.

Woodley stole $41,000 from dying kids and the prosecutor lets her walk with no time in prison. And her attorney wants to arrange it so her felony is expunged from her record. They let her move to Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Judge Scott Beattie should ignore the prosecutor and sentence Woodley to the maximum term.

That won't happen.

Blonde privilege.

ITEM 7: Breaking 911 reported, "A Florida man pleaded guilty today to crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 which disrupted a joint session of the U.S. Congress in the process of ascertaining and counting the electoral votes related to the presidential election.

"According to court documents, Paul Hodgkins, 38, of Tampa, Florida, entered the U.S. Capitol building at approximately 2:50 p.m. on Jan. 6. Around 3 p.m., Hodgkins entered the Senate chamber, walked among the desks, and then removed eye goggles. He took a “selfie-style” photograph with his cell phone and walked down the Senate well where, a few feet away, several individuals were shouting, praying and cheering using a bullhorn. Hodgkins walked toward the individuals and remained standing with them while they continued commanding the attention of others. At approximately 3:15 p.m., Hodgkins exited the Senate chamber and the U.S. Capitol Building.

"Hodgkins pleaded guilty to one count of obstructing an official proceeding, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, fine of $250,000 or twice the monetary gain or loss of the offense. He is scheduled to be sentenced on July 19 at 10 a.m."

In communist states, dissidents face harsh sentences of up to 20 years.

ITEM 8: Life News reported, "A North Carolina state Senate committee passed a pro-life bill Wednesday to protect unborn babies with Down syndrome from discrimination.

"The Human Life Non-Discrimination Act (state House Bill 453) would prohibit abortionists from knowingly doing an abortion that is sought because of the unborn baby’s race or the likelihood that he or she has Down syndrome.

"Pro-life lawmakers said they want to end 'discriminatory eugenic abortions' in North Carolina, and the law would add to the 2013 ban on discriminatory sex-selection abortions."


And once this is law, extend this protection to all non-Down syndrome babies.

ITEM 9Charles Glasser reported, "California’s state constitution requires that the California Supreme Court review clemency requests by the Governor that involve twice-convicted felons. ('The Governor may not grant a pardon or commutation to a person twice convicted of a felony except on recommendation of the Supreme Court, 4 judges concurring.') You’d think in a state where it takes a lot to be arrested, tried, and convicted of a crime that’s a good thing.

"But if you were Jerry Brown or Gavin Newsome, you’d think otherwise. Protecting criminals seems as important to them as protecting citizens and victims, so when the First Amendment Coalition filed requests to see the clemency requests, the former and current governor pretended each time, in the words of one pro bono lawyer on the case, that 'rather than abide by the Court’s rulings against complete secrecy, the Governor/Attorney General repeated the same arguments, every time, as if the Supreme Court had never addressed the issue.'

"Not anymore. Last week, the California Supreme Court, en banc, announced a rule change – rejecting the Governor’s automatic confidentiality stance – stating that the contents of records filed by the Governor will be evaluated for their confidentiality on a case-by-case basis."

Following the state constitution in California.

Now there is a novel idea.

ITEM 10: American Military News reported, "The Pentagon is examining a Trump-era policy that restricts the types of flags that can be flown on military bases, according to a senior defense official, CNN reported Tuesday.

"The consideration comes as the nation kicks off Pride Month, a celebration to honor the LGBTQ community."

Someone should sue to force them to fly a Christian flag.

Equal time, bro.

By the way, the nation did not kick off the month. Activists did.

ITEM 11: The Daily Mail reported, "Dr. Anthony Fauci is set to release a book on COVID and appear in a new Disney-backed documentary despite being accused of multiple flip-flops on the virus 

"On Tuesday, it was revealed that the infectious disease expert, 80, will publish a tome titled 'Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward'. It will be released by National Geographic Books on November 2.  

"A spokesperson from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told that Fauci won't be paid for the project. Both Barnes & Noble and Amazon have listed the 80-page book for pre-order at the price of $18."

So, he gets a book deal AND a flattering biopic from Disney.

The media rewards incompetence.

ITEM 12: Hold your tickets.

It ain't over yet.

PJ Media reported, "And Just Like That, Dr. Fauci’s Book Has Been Pulled From Presales."

The publisher is getting cold feet as calls rise for investigating his email exchanges with his Red Chinese counterpart.

PJ Media said, "This is being announced by National Geographic Books, the publisher as well as the production outfit of an announced documentary on the doctor, as having been a premature announcement. This is, to put it politely, an amusing serving of PR spin. To put it impolitely, it is garbage excuse-making. Clearly there either was a case of conflicting information in the book, when balanced against the details in the communications, or there was an effort at purely burnishing Dr. Fauci’s image and the hard facts coming to light are in conflict with that attempt — and probably both."

Add National Geographic to the list of institutions destroyed by the left.

Oh, and on May 19 (Item 8) I wrote, "Tony Fauci is about to become the fall guy for the Covid Conspiracy, which wrecked the economy to elect Biden.

"And with a $400,000 per year salary sucking at the federal teat, the quack is totally cool with that."

I refuse to call him doctor because he is no more a doctor than Jill Biden is. He's a medicrat.

ITEM 13: YouGovAmerica reported, "Most Americans now believe the coronavirus originated from a laboratory in China."

The story said, "Most Americans (58%) now put the origins of COVID-19 in a Chinese laboratory — up from 49% when YouGov first asked this question in May 2020. Two in five Democrats (43%) believe it’s probably true the virus had a laboratory beginning, a 10-point increase since last year (33%). Two-thirds of Independents (65%) now think the coronavirus originated from a laboratory in China, up 17 points from last year."

So despite the media instantly stating the theory was debunked, 49% believed the theory a year ago.

Media trust is at an all-time low.

It should go lower because the media is garbage.

ITEM 14: Just the News reported, "A Facebook fact-checker, as part of the social media platform's efforts to weed out misinformation about the origins of the coronavirus, cited as an expert a major funder of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the lab over which speculation has swirled for the past year that the virus potentially originated. 

"Science Feedback, one of Facebook's chief fact-checking platforms, in a February 2020 fact check cited Peter Daszak as an expert source in its ruling that there was no evidence to support the theory that the COVID-19 virus leaked from the lab.

"Daszak has become well known as a major bankroller of coronavirus experiments at the Wuhan lab in the years leading up to the pandemic. At least one major virologist has claimed that Daszak's nonprofit, EcoHealth Alliance, helped fund lab experiments that were then used in risky gain-of-function virology research. 

"Facebook over the past year aggressively censored various journalistic inquiries into COVID-19, including most prominently allegations that the SARS-Cov-2 virus may have arisen in the Chinese lab."

Fact-checking is actually fact-scrubbing, as the lefties scour the truth from their lies.

ITEM 15: Oh no, they created the mess. Make them stay.

Build a 30-foot wall around New York City and every blue state.

Quarantine them all to prevent their infection from spreading.

ITEM 16: Breitbart reported, "A federal judge dismissed Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit against the city of Lubbock, Texas, in which citizens voted to approve an ordinance that outlaws abortion within the city’s limits.

"Late Tuesday night U.S. District Judge James Wesley Hendrix dismissed the lawsuit brought by the abortion provider and the American Civil Liberties Union due to a lack of jurisdiction."

They drew a Trump judge.

Better luck next time, baby killers.

ITEM 17: The New York Times tweeted, "Dartmouth’s medical school accused 17 students of cheating on remote exams after retroactively tracking students' activity without their knowledge, raising questions about data mining and sowing mistrust on campus."

17 medical students cheating on exams raises questions about their ability and sows mistrust between Dartmouth doctors and their patients.

The Times stopped being a serious newspaper decades ago.

By the way, the Times uses cookies at its site.

ITEM 18: Just the News reported, "President Biden and West Virginia GOP Sen. Shelley Moore Capito met together on Wednesday and intend to meet again on Friday as they engage in talks about potentially reaching a bipartisan consensus on infrastructure spending legislation."

Meanwhile, the state's other senator, Democrat Joe Manchin, is blocking efforts to kill the filibuster.

Odd that the Trumpian Red state of West Virginia's two senators have become keys to Chairman Biden's domestic policy success. 

ITEM 19: The Epoch Times reported, "A report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce warned that a recent labor shortage plaguing businesses nationwide is worsening, describing the situation as a 'national economic crisis.'

"The Chamber’s report released Tuesday found that the United States had a record 8.1 million vacant job openings in March—the last month where data was available—noting it was an increase of 600,000 from February."

Raise wages.

Problem solved.

Be wary of Chamber claims because the Chamber is woke and wants open borders. The Chamber also supports Red China.

ITEM 20: The New York Post reported, "AOC slammed for not helping grandma in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico home."

The story said, "Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was hammered on Twitter Wednesday after she posted a lengthy thread highlighting the plight of her grandmother in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico."

Someone suggested Li'l Red Riding Rep sell her Tesla and use the proceeds to help grandma out.

Oh my gosh. Using logic on a communist could short-circuit her.

ITEM 21: NBC reported, "The new White House science adviser wants to have a vaccine ready to fight the next pandemic in just about 100 days after recognizing a potential viral outbreak.

"In his first interview after being sworn in Wednesday, Eric Lander painted a rosy near future where a renewed American emphasis on science not only better prepares the world for the next pandemic with plug-and-play vaccines, but also changes how medicine fights disease and treats patients, curbs climate change and further explores space. He even threw in a Star Trek reference."

100 days.

Lander has watched too many Star Trek episodes.

Let's call him what he is: the next Fauci.

ITEM 22: When insulting a sovereignty ask what Stalin asked: How many divisions does the pope have?

Saudis have F-15s.

ITEM 23Just the News reported, "Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush has announced a bid to serve as the Lone Star State's attorney general. Bush is son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, the nephew of former President George W. Bush and the grandchild of former President George H.W. Bush who passed away in 2018."

The Republican Beto.

George P. and Liz 2032. America Kin Do Better.

ITEM 24: The Daily Caller reported, "New Star Wars Movies Are ‘Mediocre And Schlocky,’ Ninth Circuit Court Rules."

The case involved calling Wesson Oil "100% natural."

Con-Agra, which no longer owns Wesson Oil, promised not call Wesson Oil "100% natural" if it ever acquires Wesson Oil again.

Which it has no plans to do.

Judge Kenneth K. Lee wrote, "That is like George Lucas promising no more mediocre and schlocky ‘Star Wars’ sequels shortly after selling the franchise to Disney."

I only saw the original Star Wars film, but apparently the decision was more entertaining than the sequels.

ITEM 25Jim Geraghty wrote, "The Utterly Embarrassing Failure to Quickly Send Extra U.S. Vaccine Doses Overseas."

His column said, "When the president says that the United States will be sending vaccines starting this month, should it take six weeks to decide how it’s going to ship the vaccines? To put it in a vernacular the president would find familiar, pick a hard-hit country and load up the planes, man! The Indians look like they’re in really rough shape, and they’ve generally been nice to us, let’s help them out! Since Biden made his announcement on May 4, more than 108,000 Indian citizens have died from COVID-19! What is everybody waiting for? Kidney stones move faster than this!"

I am no expert on medical logistics.

Neither is Geraghty.

Button up, buttercup. There are plenty of things to criticize. This ain't one.

FINALLY, Green Acres we are there!

1966 Lincoln Continental with suicide doors.

Dah-ling I love you but give me a Park Avenue.

Buick Park Avenues came later. The closest I could find was a '66 Mercury Park Lane.

They made them as hardtops, too?



  1. ITEM 15: Build a 30-foot wall around New York City…
    Funny you should say that because this is the 3oth anniversary of ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK: “It’s not the future we wanted but the future that happened. Once a great city, now a high security prison designed to keep society’s criminals in.”

    Long live "Snake" Plissken.

    1. Snake Plissken? I heard he was dead.

    2. Snake Plissken? I heard he was dead.

    3. Snake Plissken? I heard he was dead.

    4. If you're referring to Kurt Russell, he's still alive.

      If you're referring to Kurt Russell, he's still alive.

      If you're referring to Kurt Russell, he's still alive.

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  2. Item 23: judge George P on his policies and character. I wouldn’t want to be judged on what the rest of my family does.

    1. He’s lying about what he tried to do to the Alamo. He’s a bushie, enough said.

  3. Out past the cornfields where the woods got heavy
    Out in the back seat of my '60 Chevy
    Workin' on mysteries without any clues
    Workin' on our night moves
    Tryna make some front page drive-in news
    Workin' on our night moves
    In the summertime
    In the sweet summertime

    Never fooled around in the back seat of a car. DID fool around in the front seat of a car. With a stick shift. Don’t ask…

    1. In a ‘67 Camaro, between the front seats.

    2. Too many times to recall. Depended on the car. Some front seats weren't functional, some back seats weren't functional. When it came to my was the hood. The only thing stopping it from caving in was the Stromberg carburetors!!!

    3. In a '64 Corvair. Automatic, no drive shaft hump, roomy!

    4. '82 Cessna 310 autopilot
      Front seat. Married her.
      Miss her.

    5. Oh yeah? Double date, '74 Ford Grand Torino.

  4. 6/7 - the thief will get off with barely any punishment and the peaceful Senate breacher will be crushed. That sucks.

    11 - 14 - Fauxci is being revealed for the liar and insider he is. He was the ring leader. May his retirement be served in isolation and shame.

    17 - delete the cookies after reading a NYT article. Unlimited use.

    21 - if the gubment steals the patents on the Wuhan Virus vaccine, no company other than a Chinese one will work on a vaccine for the next virus.

  5. #4. Israel can survive without Bibi. They cannot survive without GOD. May he bless them and open their hearts and eyes to Jesus.

    1. Your first two sentences and the first part of the third - well said. For the rest, we've checked out the man, found him wanting (he doesn't meet any of the Jewish criteria for messiahship, and as for his being a "son of G-d," fuggedaboutit), and are sticking with our one G-d rather than a three-in-one special.

  6. #4 - Ron DeSantis, future POTUS, ideally 2024.

    1. DeSantis POTUS 2024...And Trump can become Governor of FL so we don't lose our freedoms down here! Dodged a bullet with Andrew Gillum. Last two years would have been DRASTICALLY different.

  7. 5. What the leaping %@$& do we have an NSA for when our most vital infrastructure can be "hacked" so easily and without apparent consequences?
    Or is this an inside job, or part of a larger agenda? (Fun fact: Bill Gats is the largest private farmer in the US right now. Enjoy your genetically engineered "meat" kids.)

    1. Yes he is. And his holdings are way overvalued. The bubble in real estate, including farm land is nigh. It will be nice after Melinda takes about half his wealth the real estate correction will take about half of what he has left.

  8. Item 9: Ahhhh, California. the Tarnished Brass State!

    Item 13: "Media distrust is at an all-time low.
    It should go lower because the media is garbage."
    As I keep saying, I don't KNOW if the media is/are a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Democrat Party, or if it's the other way round, but it's OBVIOUS that they are in CAHOOTS.

    Item 14: Just the News reported, "A Facebook fact-checker, as part of the social media platform's efforts to weed out misinformation about the origins of the coronavirus, cited as an expert a major funder of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the lab over which speculation has swirled for the past year that the virus potentially originated."
    I am, like TOTALLY, unsurprised. It's the old "LEFT UBER ALLES" again.

    Item 15: "Build a 30-foot wall around New York City and every blue state.

    Quarantine them all to prevent their infection from spreading." ADD: No GATES IN THESE WALLS!

    Item 23: Let's not beat around the bush; let's beat the Bushes.

    Item 24: I've only seen the first 3. Also, I have no Wessons to oil. (I just couldn't stop myself, Don!)

    Item 25: There's a reason he's called "Slow Joe"...

    1. "ADD: No GATES IN THESE WALLS!"...Just one! His name is Bill.

  9. #13. A year ago I was already saying that. I'd have had more faith in the lab had it not been built with the very latest and best Chinese engineering. It might as well be a grass hut. The real question is, accidental or intentional?
    Remember, China is asshole.

  10. Item 4: “Bibi had a good run. Let us see if Israel survives without him.” They’ll probably do as well as NYC after Rudy Giuliani. How’s that workin’ out for ya, New Yawkers?

    Item 15: “Some thug sat down at his table at the outdoor cafe he was sitting at and proceeded to drink his tea.” One word: Antifreeze. Add about 25% to your iced tea, and it becomes poison tea. Antifreeze tastes sweet, so it’ll blend right in. It’s not illegal to poison your own tea, is it?

    Item 19: “Raise wages. Problem solved.” And drop the ridiculous mask mandate for employees. No one wants to work 6 or 8 hours a day in a face diaper.

    1. in 2012 a number of antifreeze and automotive coolant makers agreed to voluntarily add bittering agents to their products even where not required by law.

    2. New York worked out very well under Bloomberg and only crumbled (delayed reaction?) with the second term of Warren Wilhelm Jr. - er, DiBlasio.

    3. My wife and I had a little old lady neighbor who was caught poisoning
      The neighborhood cats and dogs with antifreeze. Including
      my ginger Maine Coon.

    4. NB, you’re wrong. Bloomberg was a terrible Mayor. He focused on what New Yorkers could eat and drink - no Big Gulps, no salt (especially for homeless people; restaurants were prohibited from sharing extra food with the homeless because…too much salt). He was called the “Nanny Mayor” by non-New Yorkers — New Yorkers had more “endearing” but not family-friendly names for him.

      Only reason NYC seemed okay under Bloomturd is because of the excellent place NYC was in after Giuliani (granted, 9/11 was a huge blow); especially from a public safety perspective.

      In addition, Bloomberg (just like the Bush’s) laid the groundwork for a much more activist Socialist politician to take his place.

      In place of Bloomturd…Sandinista Mayor De Commie

      In place of the second Bush…Anti-American President Obozo.

      NB, I doubt you are a New Yorker, let alone a conservative.

      You have indicate you appreciate being governed by someone who tells you what you can and can’t do??? Eat insects you Putz. Sincerely, the Nanny Mayor Bloomturd himself.

  11. Item 5. Is it just coincidence the WEF announced they were going to run cyber attack simulations earlier this year? (Yeah, the same organization that ran a viral pandemic simulation shortly before the wu-flu outbreak)
    Also, take note of what has been attacked so far: fuel and meat. These are both liberal/socialist hard targets (as listed in the green new deal).
    And just like every other nefarious act the liberals/socialists do, they place the blame on Russia Russia Russia!

    Item 6. Well, it is Make A Wish. They just didn't say for whom.

  12. Item 11: The only people who stay on the job into their 80's stays to keep all the bodies from rising to the surface. See: Nancy Pelosi

  13. #22. The Church has needles from GOD. Real needles from GOD. He gets to the heart of the matter in his own good time.

  14. #9 "Following the state constitution in California.

    Now there is a novel idea."

    It wouldn't be a bad idea if the federal government followed the U.S. Constitution too.

    #11-12 As soon as I read the word "truth" in Fauci's book title, I thought there could be a problem.

    #18 "Odd that the Trumpian Red state of West Virginia's two senators have become keys to Chairman Biden's domestic policy success."

    When you consider how odd both WV senators are, it all fits.

  15. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    2: More like willfully stupid.

    3: DeSantis shows he gets it.

    8: Surprised Cooper allows it.

    10: Didn't you know activists have their fingers on the pulse of the nation?

    12: Tony Fauci is about to become the fall guy for the Covid Conspiracy, which wrecked the economy to elect Biden.

    Not really. People voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump, so Red China had to email millions of fraudulent ballots.

  16. #20 I am not Donkey Chompers fan but she made it clear her Gandma is fine, she was talking about the situation in general. She was right too. Deliberately misunderstanding someone is not a good tactic. Of course with reading comprehension in the miserable state it is in now it could be plain ignorance.

    1. Puerto Rico has a Democrat Governor and, like most Democrat-infested states, it is flamingly mismanaged — and not just the corrupt electric utility. Trump sent emergency food to PR, which sat on the tarmac and rotted. He sent building materials to PR, which were not delivered to the destroyed areas due to lack of sufficient union truck drivers. So like the shithole states of California and New York, Puerto Rico is a shithole territory, for exactly the same reason.

  17. ITEM 12 - If Fauci ducks like a quack, ...

  18. #`5 The only place this metro-sexual would like in Missouri is Cori Bush's District, which is equally unsafe. An amazing coincidence.

  19. In an email sent to Clinton aide Cheryl Mills on Jan. 23, 2013 — the date Clinton testified before Congress about her knowledge of the 2012 Benghazi consulate attack — Fauci showed his support for the embattled Democrat, who was also facing questions about her health at the time.

    “Anyone who had any doubts about the Secretary’s stamina and capability following her illness had those doubts washed away by today’s performance before the Senate and the House,” Fauci wrote to Mills.

    “She faced extremely difficult circumstances at the Hearings and still she hit it right out of the park. Please tell her that WE ALL LOVE HER and are very proud to know her,” Fauci added.

  20. West Virginia GOP Sen. Shelley Moore Capito

    Dumbest babe in Congress. A few weeks ago, GOP said they were cool with $600 Billion spend.

    Now, negotiating AGAINST HERSELF, this dummy went to $900 Billion.

    Yes, Republicans are the Stupid Party.

  21. Question for Don.
    Where are you on hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin?

  22. ITEM 5: Bubba Wallace is on the case! America’s Gestapo (FBI) has been alerted.

  23. ITEM 14: And in other news, Chairman Xi has just stated there is “no evidence” the Biden* Family are on the payroll of the Chinese Communist Party. And Facebook’s “fact-checkers” will rely on Chairman Xi’s statement to censor and remove any post which claims otherwise.

  24. ITEM 18: I hope for her own sack that Shelley Moore Capito enjoys tapioca pudding, jello, and taking long naps in the afternoon. That’s some important work she’s doing meeting with Demented Joe*.

    I also hope she is not identified as being a member of the White Supremacist Terror Threat Biden* and his National Security staff endlessly vilify.

  25. ITEM 24: I’m by no means a fan of the Ninth Circuit but in this case they hit it out of the park.

  26. “President Joe Biden” and “The Haney place?” should be spoken in the same tone.

  27. Item Finally: Dad had a 64 lincoln continental when I was in college in the late 80's. We had some great times in that car. He also restored a 48 lincoln continental. The 48 won 1st place (95 points) at the concours d'elegance in 1997. My mother still owns it. That's all I know for now. Please keep up the great blog. Always the highlight to my evening reading.

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