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Friday, June 18, 2021

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Republican Secretary of State believes there may have been something afoul in last November's election.

But in January, when President Donald Trump tried to get this Ratberg to investigate, he tried to get Trump indicted by making the private phone call public.

Remember?

NBC reported in January, "Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Monday that he has never thought it was appropriate to speak to President Donald Trump about the 2020 election results and that the conversations Trump has had with him and other elections officials could pose a conflict of interest that warrants investigating.

"When asked by NBC News about the phone call he and the president had on Saturday, Raffensperger said he was concerned about talking directly with the president because of a lawsuit Trump is pursuing against the governor and secretary of state."

Primary Raffensperger because he screwed every single Trump voter in America by not doing his job following a tainted election.

ITEM 2: I saw this tweet and thought she must be nearing 40.

I checked it out. She's 36. She made her pile (net worth north of $150 million), and now she virtue signals.

Her cry of sexual exploitation is laughable. She played a cartoon figure with a good figure. It ain't Shakespeare, toots.

ITEM 3: Politico reported, "Senate Republicans spent months praising Joe Manchin for his insistence on cross-party compromise. Next week they will almost surely end his hopes for a bipartisan deal on elections.

"Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said he believed all 50 Republicans would oppose Sen. Manchin’s (D-W.Va.) slimmed-down elections compromise, which focuses on expanding early voting and ending partisan gerrymandering in federal elections. And it’s not clear there’s a single Republican vote to even begin debate on the matter, potentially dooming Manchin's proposals before they can even make it into the bill.

"Both Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said they would likely oppose a procedural vote next week that would bring Democrats’ massive elections reform bill to the Senate floor. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that the Senate could amend the bill to adopt Manchin’s changes. But Romney said supporting that strategy 'doesn’t make a lot of sense to me' and Murkowski said, 'Joe hasn’t briefed me on any of this.'"

With great fanfare, Manchin promised publicly to protect the filibuster.

Privately, he said he was willing to negotiate.

Republicans apparently no longer trust him. Makes compromise difficult.

ITEM 4: Breitbart reported, "On Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland vacated two Trump era asylum decisions which restricted the consideration of gang and domestic violence as acceptable arguments for entry.

"Under current immigration law, migrants who face persecution because of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion are eligible for asylum. The issues addressed by Garland involve how broadly the definition of 'social group' is applied.

"Garland’s actions will immediately allow immigration judges to interpret the definition of “membership in a particular social group” to include victims of domestic and gang violence, which can also apply to members of the potential asylee’s family.

"The orders signed Wednesday may also impact cases previously denied under the Trump administration. This could have an impact on the current backlog of 1.3 million cases in immigration courts."

The backlog helps the Open Borders crowd cram more illegal aliens into the nation by allowing them to stay here while their case is adjudicated.

ITEM 5: Fox reported, "The Supreme Court sided unanimously with a Catholic foster agency in a dispute against the city of Philadelphia over whether it should be banned from participating in the city's foster program because it excludes same-sex couples. 

"The group, Catholic Social Services, claimed that 'Philadelphia’s attempts to exclude the Catholic Church from foster care' violated the First Amendment.

"Lawyers for the city, meanwhile, said that CSS 'lacks a constitutional right to demand that DHS offer it a contract that omits the same nondiscrimination requirement every other FFCA must follow when performing services for the City.' 

"In a 9-0 ruling, the justices sided with Catholic Social Services."

Correction, Fox. Justices sided with no one. Justices merely upheld the First Amendment protection of freedom of religion.

As Chief Justice John Roberts noted in his majority opinion, Catholics have been taking care of orphans in Philadelphia since the yellow fever epidemic of 1798.

Roberts knows something about foster care and adoption, as he and his wife adopted their two children.

ITEM 6: Hamas-Shielding AP said, "Prosecutors urged a judge Wednesday to impose a very substantial prison sentence on Michael Avenatti for trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike.

"Prosecutors noted in a Manhattan federal court submission that Probation Office officials recommend an eight-year prison term for the California attorney who gained fame three years ago through his representation of porn star Stormy Daniels against then-President Donald Trump."

Not mentioned in the 16-paragraph story was Avenatti's allegations against President Trump were so bizarre that a judge order him and his client to pay Trump's lawyers.

Such is what passes for journalism these days.

ITEM 7: Speaking of Avenatti, one of his cheerleaders on cable TV fell into ratings purgatory.

The Washington Free Beacon reported, "Few cable hosts have suffered more from President Donald Trump leaving office than MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace.

"According to analytics provided by Nielsen Media Research, Wallace’s 4 p.m. show Deadline: White House has seen a nearly 80% drop in viewership since January 2021 in the critical 25-54 demographic. At the end of May, just 147,000 non-geriatrics above the age of 25 tuned into her two-hour MSNBC program per day.

"Although Wallace has worked hard to channel her previous experience as a White House press secretary into her role as an unofficial spokesperson for the Democratic Party, the results have been abysmal with a Democrat in the White House. Her total viewership in the month of May is less than half of her total viewership in January.

"During the Trump years, Wallace’s bizarre conduct—she once compared the firing of U.S. intelligence officials to the Holocaust and confused the sound of a soda can opening on air with gun shots—paid off handsomely. Although her explicit endorsements of candidates, such as Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren (D.), who she called a 'really, really, really good candidate,' or Michael Avenatti, who she said the press should not underestimate as a presidential contender, were almost certainly net negatives, Wallace managed to capture MSNBC’s audience."

Avenatti. Nicole Wallace. It's a double-shot of Trumpenfreude this morning,

ITEM 8: The Hill reported, "Some 200-plus MSNBC workers are forming a union, but the network, known for its progressive politics, said it won’t recognize the effort until a majority of workers vote in a secret ballot election.

"The MSNBC Union made the announcement Thursday that it was organizing to become a local chapter of the Writers Guild of America, East."

Hahaha.

Liberals: do as we say, not as we do.

ITEM 9: Fox reported, "A community in Atlanta has decided to separate from the city and create its own police force. Bill White, the Buckhead City Committee CEO, said the decision comes as crime in Atlanta has skyrocketed and police are not being properly funded.

"White told Bill Hemmer on America's Newsroom that he estimates nearly 80% of his community will vote in favor of the separation. 

Trusting a Georgian election is like handing Ferris Bueller the keys to your 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder.

But desperate measures are called for because Mayor Keisha lance Bottoms has embraced the Black Crime Doesn't Matter movement. Poll watchers are a must, as are court orders protecting the ballots.

ITEM 10: Just the News reported, "House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday that Republicans in Congress want people 'in cars, on the road, using gas,' while the Democrats want more mass transit, high-speed rail and electrification."

The House Republican ads write themselves.

ITEM 11: German news agency DPA reported, "Organized crime in South Africa has a new field of business: Avocados, a trade so lucrative due to the fruit's boom in popularity that they are now known as green gold.

"For Zander Ernst, the biggest fear is that the situation will escalate and people will die in the bitter struggle for the fruit.

"Sleeves rolled up, the South African farmer trudges through seemingly endless rows of trees heavy with lush, ripe avocados. In Tzaneen's hilly landscape, business is blooming, ready for export to Europe.

"Allesbeste, the name of Ernst's family business, is one of the largest avocado farms in South Africa. It looks idyllic - if you ignore the metre-high electric fences and barbed wire surrounding the plantation. At night, the area is patrolled by private security services to prevent criminal gangs from stealing the precious fruit.

"Cartel-like structures are already forming, says Ernst."

Why can't these criminals stick to tradition and push drugs, prostitutes, and gambling?

ITEM 12Fox reported, "All 50 of Portland police’s highly trained rapid response unit voted unanimously to resign on Wednesday during a union meeting in response to the recent indictment of Officer Corey Budworth for allegedly assaulting a photographer with his baton during as an overnight riot broke out last August. "

If police want change, they must have the mayor's security detail resign en masse.

ITEM 13: The New York Times whined, "A New York Times journalist was denied entry into Nicaragua on Thursday amid a nationwide crackdown against the media and civil society in the Central American nation."

Boo, hoo, hoo.

NYT backed President Daniel Ortega, a Cuban-trained guerilla fighter, when President Reagan opposed the communist leader. NYT reaps what it helped sow.

ITEM 14The Blaze reported, "A group of 34 women brought a civil lawsuit against MindGeek, the parent company of Pornhub, as well as dozens of the world's most popular pornography websites. The lawsuit alleges that MindGeek is running a criminal enterprise, which knowingly profited from non-consensual videos. The suit claims that the porn site hosted videos involving sex trafficking, rape, and even child porn."

The story also said, "Pornhub purged the site of more than 10 million videos of the site's 13.5 million total videos in December 2020 in reaction to allegations the website was hosting child sexual exploitation, non-consensual violence, rape, and other unlawful material, according to The Verge."

10 million of its 13.5 million videos were unlawful material?

If three-quarters of your content is illegal, you should shut down and start all over again.

ITEM 15: The New York Post reported, "Spence School sorry for video a mom said ‘tarred and feathered’ white women."

Systemic racism is real.

And it is anti-white.

ITEM 16: Becker News reported, "CNN Heralds Biden Foreign Trip Victory to Americans, But CNN’s European Readers See: ‘Putin Got Exactly What He Wanted.’"

CNN exports the truth, banishing it to Europe.

How cruel.

ITEM 17The Western Journal reported, "President Joe Biden’s mental capacities have been the subject of many questions over the past couple of years. Throughout Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign and his first five months as president, his gaffes have been frequent and very visible.

"It has now reached the point that a former White House physician is publicly signaling his concern about Biden’s mental health. Republican Rep. Ronny Jackson of Texas, who served as White House physician for former Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, sent Biden a letter on Thursday calling on him to take a cognitive test."

Apple, table, penny.

ITEM 18: The Drive reported, "A report has emerged that major Russian naval maneuvers were underway in the Pacific when U.S. Air Force F-22A Raptor stealth fighters were scrambled from their base in Hawaii over the weekend, an incident you can read more about in The War Zone’s initial reporting. The Raptors were supposedly launched to investigate unspecified Russian long-range aircraft, part of a group of naval vessels and aircraft that were participating in a large-scale exercise around 300 to 500 miles west of the Hawaiian islands. The incident came immediately ahead of today’s summit meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva.

"The pair of F-22s was launched this past Sunday on an alert scramble out of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam at around 4:00 PM local time. They were joined by a third Raptor soon after and also had refueling support from a KC-135 tanker during their mission. The reported Russian aircraft that prompted all of this did not enter the Hawaiian Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) at any point and were not intercepted, according to CBS News, which reported this additional information."

Yea, President Mushbrain really nailed that summit.

ITEM 19: The Palmeiri Report reported, "Twitter stock tumbled 25% amid their spat with the Indian government.

"On February 26th the stock price was $80.75.

"On June 16th Twitter stock closed at $59.93.

"This represents a $13.87 billion dollar loss in market cap for Twitter."

Another dollop of Trumpenfreude. It's GOOD to be the conservative.

FINALLY, when are we going to call black racism out?

This is domestic terrorism repeated over and over again in cities.

25 comments:

  1. "House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday that Republicans in Congress want people 'in cars, on the road, using gas,' while the Democrats want more mass transit, high-speed rail and electrification."

    Nancy oughta be lectured on the virtues of "social distancing". Were it not for the automobile millions would have been imprisoned for over a year. It was bad enough but can you imagine if none of us could travel safely without being crammed into tight spaces with others, infectious or not? See that's why you know the democrats are mostly closeted and not so closeted communists now. Most everything they claim to want contradicts something else they said 10 minutes ago. They really have no goal but the revolution. That's why the hag Pelosi, with a straight face, can demand everyone stay at least six feet apart and the next second wants all of us to be sniffing each other's backsides crammed into "mass transit". Wasn't subway service in NYC halted during the spread of the Red Chinese Communist Virus?

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    1. What I remember is they reduced the number of trains thus packing people in fewer cars. A report stated that was part of the reason for the spread of Covid. More mass transportation will increase the flu and other airborne diseases spreading

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  2. 16 & 17 - CNN and the rest of the media had their headlines written before Xiden’s trip. The magnificent, amazing brilliant Xiden delivered for the US. Stares down Putin. Blah blah blah.

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  3. Item 17 - Cognitive test for Biden?? Joe can’t even pronounce cognitive. His mind is shot.

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  4. “FINALLY, when are we going to call black racism out?”

    NEVER! Wanna know why?

    Even the lifelong Liberals I know are too scared to stand up to the Liberals in charge of the companies they work; let alone stand-up to Antifa in the elite snob “mostly peaceful” neighborhoods in the Democrat-dominated city they reside in.

    What these Liberals will do is move to more conservative and safe areas where they will continue to vote Democrat and call their conservative neighbors “racists.”

    If you think there is any real self-reflection going on within the mind of the typical Liberal; you DON’T KNOW the typical Liberal.

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    1. Based on my limited interaction with progressives I know, I would agree. I gave up associating with them because they thrive on emotion; facts mean nothing.
      I always remember Juan Williams on FNC's The 5 refusing to acknowledge the black on black crime stats in the FBI crime report.

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  5. On this sacred Juneteenth Eve, I just want to wish everyone a blessed holiday. And remember, it isn't about the gifts! Tomorrow is about the slaves.

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    1. By next year, Hallmark will have a line of “Free at Last!” greeting cards.

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  6. My thoughts on Junteenth: I tire of every minority group being given special rights, acclaim, and "worship" while spitting on American's contributions and the founding fathers and mothers that helped maker the country great at kept the world free of fascism.

    Before I got married, I had an anti-Valentimes's Day, when I would treat my very single friends to a special dinner and we would support each other. I will do much the same for June 19th..June 18th will be a special day in my house when we review the great contributions of my Polish, Irish, and Scottish ancestors. Junteenth will go unremarked and unacknowledged.

    Personally, I am turning off all the "Pride" commercials and other woke messaging. I. AM. DONE.

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    1. Think it's a coincidence Juneteenth weekend shares Father's Day weekend? With a 75% black illegitimacy rate, I guess it gives black men something to celebrate this weekend too

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  7. Item 2: She knew the job was dangerous when she took it.

    Item 7: "The Washington Free Beacon reported, "Few cable hosts have suffered more from President Donald Trump leaving office than MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace." I am SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO not bummed for her.

    Item 10: Dems say you can only go where and how they will "LET" you go, peons!!

    Item 16: The Crap "News" Network strikes (out) again.

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  8. 'Morning, fellow curling enthusiasts...

    1 - He may have thought that once the election was successfully stolen and sniffy-and-co. were safely across the bridge, that all of this would just go away. He was wrong. He may be figuring that out now, and wants to be on the winning side.

    2 - Standard fare for aging starlets. They get their start by being young and hot, and then a few years down the road they get pushed aside for the next crop. And they whine about it. Yawn.

    9 - We need to burn Atlanta to the ground. Again.

    10 - Yeah, the ads do write themselves. "Mass transit" outside of the blue enclaves? How do you make THAT work?

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  9. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    1: What Snow said. This may explain why Mike Lindell is saying we'll have our real President back in time for Christmas.

    2: See J Law.

    3: I've discovered life is easier when you find you can't trust anybody.

    5: There are almost as many Catholics in the world as there are Moslems and almost all don't like Frank.

    Besides, 2 things you never mess with: God's Chosen People and the One True Church.

    9: What Snow said. Last time it was the Rebs what done it.

    10: Pelosi Galore thinks it's still 1973.

    11: They may end up yearning for the good old days of apartheid.

    16: In '16, if you wanted to kbnow what was happening in the election, you had to go to the London Daily Mail website.

    18: Anything near Pearl should set off alarm bells.

    19: I love the smell of schaudenfreude in the morning.

    FINALLY: Well, many websites do love to play Guess The Race.

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    1. The Austin paper said they wouldn't give the description since that would be "perpetuating stereotypes." What's fun is by that statement they effectively identified the sex and race of the perp.

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  11. #11 "Why can't these criminals stick to tradition and push drugs, prostitutes, and gambling?"

    Because 2 out of 3 of those vices have already been co-opted by the government.

    #13 In a sane world all countries would ban reporters from the NYT.

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  12. Item 11: “Organized crime in South Africa…” Forget blood diamonds in South Africa. Now it’s blood avocados.

    Item 17: “Apple, table, penny.” LOL. Of course, people who haven’t been through an annual Medicare exam probably won’t get it. Just wait, young’uns, you’ll get there.

    Finally: This would result in a dead thug in many places. NYC, unfortunately, is very strict on concealed carry, so the old guy probably could not defend himself. But in my state, a thug doesn’t have to brandish a lethal weapon to trigger a lethal response — IF — there is an obvious disparity of force involved. A frail 82-year-old man who uses a cane for mobility is not expected to fight off a fit 20-something man with his fists. As soon as the thug raised his fist to the old man’s head, the victim could have drawn his weapon and fired.

    If I were in NYC (God forbid!), I would be carrying concealed regardless of their laws, and the outcome would have been different. As the old saying goes, “Don’t piss off old people, because the longer we live, the less ‘life in prison’ is a deterrent.”

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  14. #5. Let's do it this way, children with two biological dads should be fostered in two dad homes. Children with two biological moms should be fostered in two mommy homes, and in those rare instances where genetics shows the child has a biological father and a biological mother, then and only then, foster them in homes with a genetic male and female.

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  15. Atlanta - a few other parts of the city have already successfully “seceded”, forming separate towns.

    Seems the way the law works on this, at least in GA, there’s little the city they are leaving can do about it.

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  16. Atlanta - a few other parts of the city have already successfully “seceded”, forming separate towns.

    Seems the way the law works on this, at least in GA, there’s little the city they are leaving can do about it.

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  17. #14 is a how to lie with statistics moment. Pornhub flagged all videos uploaded by non-verified users. That means Joe Blow uploading him and his he or a scene from his favorite porn movie were removed as well.

    Assuming everything from non-verified users was kiddy or rape porn is scare mongering. Most of it violated copyright law if anything.

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