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Friday, October 15, 2021

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Sundance scooped the world with the first explanation of why California's ports cannot offload cargo quick enough.

First, the background.

BBC reported, "Record backlog of cargo ships at California ports."

The story said, "65 cargo ships have been forced to queue outside two of America's biggest ports, in the latest sign of supply chain disruption hitting the US.

"The ships are stuck outside the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, which handle 40% of all cargo containers entering the country.

"Before Covid, it was unusual for more than one to wait for a berth.

"The backlog is linked to surging demand for imports as the US economy has reopened.

"Retailers and manufacturers have rushed to place orders and restock their inventories, but the global shipping system is struggling to keep up.

"It's contributed to shortages of children's toys, timber, new clothes and pet food, while also pushing up consumer prices."

So the official line is the economy is doing so well, it has overwhelmed California.

Sundance reported, "The California Version of The Green New Deal and an October 16, 2020, EPA Settlement With Transportation is What’s Creating The Container Shipping Backlog – Working CA Ports 24/7 Will Not Help, Here’s Why."

It is a lengthy post. He explained the EPA settlement. John "Walter Peck" Busterud of the EPA said, "As trucks are one of the largest sources of air pollution in California, EPA will continue to ensure these heavy-duty vehicles have the needed pollution-control equipment and operate in compliance with the rules. These companies have agreed to bring their trucks into compliance and operate more cleanly in all communities they serve." 

Sundance reported, "In effect, what this 2020 determination and settlement created was an inability of half the nation’s truckers from picking up anything from the Port of LA or Port of Long Beach.  Virtually all private owner operator trucks and half of the fleet trucks that are used for moving containers across the nation were shut out."

Well, parking all the trucks is one way to stop "pollution." (Anyone who calls carbon dioxide pollution is either an idiot or believes you are.)

ITEM 2: This is the biggest business story of the year and no one else did the basics.

That's because no one wants to upset Red China and right now, Red China backs Biden because Chairman Xi bought his son off for a mere billion bucks, some cocaine, and a few underage girls

This is why Southwest Airline denies Texas Governor Abbott's ban on vax mandates caused it to drop its vax mandate. Attacking Xi's puppet president is off limits.

ITEM 3: WCTV reported, "You may have been surprised to see bare shelves and product shortages in supermarkets, retail stores and even restaurants in recent weeks.

"The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a global supply chain problem. As of Sunday, an estimated 500,000 shipping containers were sitting on cargo ships off the Southern California coast. Ports in Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, recently broke records for the number of cargo ships waiting to dock. Those ships are carrying a variety of products for the American market, everything from sneakers to toys, to toilet paper.

"So, Florida is putting out the word to shipping companies that ports in the Sunshine State are open and ready for business.

"'Florida is where your success comes in, and our seaports are the solution to ensure the cargo shipping logjam doesn’t become the Grinch that stole Christmas,' said Michael Rubin, President and CEO of the Florida Ports Council.

"Florida leaders say California is no longer the most efficient way to move goods to the East Coast or even the Midwest. They say Florida is the answer."

Ocean transport is cheaper than land transport. As Red China now owns the Panama Canal, travel to Florida should not be as expensive as waiting in line.

But I ain't a shipping magnate, so what do I know?

ITEM 4: Channel 6 in Orlando reported in January, "Florida’s seaports received millions of dollars in funding to go toward infrastructure and reinforcing the ports activities to support the state’s economy.

"Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Kevin J. Thibault said in a news conference Thursday morning that the ports were able to receive the money from the American Rescue Plan after Gov. Ron DeSantis allocated $250 million to help the ports in the financial recovery due to the covid-19 pandemic."

That was part of President Trump's covid relief package.

Meanwhile, Cal Matters reported, "California’s undocumented workers to get $125 million coronavirus disaster relief."

You get what you pay for.

ITEM 5Reuters reported, "President Bill Clinton was in a California hospital on Thursday with an infection and responding well to two days of treatment, his doctors said."

He's 75.

As Art Linkletter said, old age ain't for sissies.

ITEM 6: George Parry reported, "Evidence grows that the alleged Russian hacking of the DNC server in 2016 was an inside job.

"This is the fifth in a series of articles analyzing the 27 page federal grand jury indictment charging lawyer Michael Sussmann with making a false statement to the FBI.

"As stated in the fourth article, when the FBI learned of the alleged hack of the Democratic National Committee’s (“DNC”) emails, it asked to examine the server.

"In fact, at the same time as the alleged DNC hack, there were similar reports regarding the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (“DCCC”) server as well as DNC Chairman John Podesta’s personal email devices."

Blah, blah, blah, as he quotes a transcript of Comey lying to Congress.

Then he wrote, "So, instead of using a search warrant or some other legal process to perform a direct, hands on forensic examination of the DNC server, the FBI agreed to base its investigation on the findings of a private cybersecurity company. And, as discussed in the previous article, that company, CrowdStrike, was to do the investigation pursuant to its contract with Michael Sussmann of Perkins Coie, the law firm that represented Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

"Think about that. When presented with allegations of a devastating foreign cyber attack on one of the two major political parties, the FBI meekly agreed to allow CrowdStrike and Perkins Coie to do the forensic examination and, for all intents and purposes, run the investigation."

Of course it was an inside job. Wikileaks said it got the emails from a thumbnail drive. DNCC employee Seth Rich was murdered afterward.

The news is that John Durham may send someone to jail over this.

ITEM 7: I apologize for the length of today's items because I try to keep items short and punchy.

Like my wife.

ITEM 8: Zero Hedge reported, "You know it's bad when you've lost Larry Summers.

"It appears the so-called 'progressives' push to ever more signaling of their virtue and cradle-to-grave dependence on bigger and bigger government (as long as you 'obey' the narrative) is just too much for the former Treasury Secretary who warned that monetary policy makers in the U.S. and elsewhere for paying too much attention to social issues and not enough to the biggest risk to inflation since the 1970s."

Summers said, "We have a generation of central bankers who are defining themselves by their wokeness. They’re defining themselves by how socially concerned they are."

Woke is a euphemism for communist.

ITEM 9: The Post Millennial reported, "The New York City public school system had 1.1 million students prior to the pandemic, and is the largest school system in the United States. Over the course of the past year and a half, many students have left the city, while many others have gone to charter or private schools.

"The NYC DOE has not released enrollment numbers as yet, and speculation is that much of the reason for that is that they do not want to see the decrease in funding that comes with lower enrollment, as funding is tied to students. Now it turns out that they have effectively lost 150,000 or more kids. The kids aren't in school, and the DOE doesn't know where they are."

Lost.

Did they ever exist?

Look, Democrats can invent voters. Why would they not invent kids? Schools receive more than $10,000 per year per student from state and federal taxpayers.

That is pure speculation on my part, but have you ever seen a state DOE audited?

ITEM 10: The Washington Post reported, "Thousands of John Deere workers walked off the job early Thursday after members of the United Auto Workers union rejected the tractor maker’s contract offer, launching the latest strike by an emboldened labor movement.

"The company’s offer included raises of 5% to 6%, but union officials said the proposed contract didn’t meet workers’ retirement and wage goals. With companies nationwide struggling to fill jobs and grappling with supply chain tie-ups, union officials say they are seizing the moment to regain benefits they lost in the late 1990s, when an era of assembly-line layoffs and outsourcing diminished unions’ leverage."

As Bidenflation heads toward the inevitable double-digit years, a 5% pay raise is a pay cut.

The Port of Los Angeles being bottled up gives unions leverage.

ITEM 11: Page Six reported, "George Takei calls William Shatner an ‘unfit’ guinea pig after spaceflight."

A mite takes on the mighty.

Shatner starred in three hit series -- "Star Trek," "T.J. Hooker," and "Boston Legal."

Takei had a recurring role in one of them.

My wife was awed by the flight. It was so different from the 1960s flights when booster rockets exploded and they had to guess where the astronauts would land. She said afterward Shatner talked and talked and talked. He was overcome. We all were.

Our parents put a man on the moon. We put William Shatner in space. I think we won that round because now anyone can go into space.

Except George Takei.

ITEM 12: Tomorrow's news today?

Babylon Bee reported, "Backed-Up Cargo Ships Positioned To Spell Out ‘Let’s Go Brandon.’"

If it's in the Bee, eventually it will become true.

ITEM 13: National Review reported, "Virginia Democrats Voted to Allow Schools to Refrain from Reporting Sexual Battery in 2020."

Oh really?

The U.S. DOE says, "A school has a responsibility to respond promptly and effectively.  If a school knows or reasonably should know about sexual harassment or sexual violence that creates a hostile environment, the school must take immediate action to eliminate the sexual harassment or sexual violence, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects.

"Even if a student or his or her parent does not want to file a complaint or does not request that the school take any action on the student’s behalf, if a school knows or reasonably should know about possible sexual harassment or sexual violence, it must promptly investigate to determine what occurred and then take appropriate steps to resolve the situation.

"A criminal investigation into allegations of sexual harassment or sexual violence does not relieve the school of its duty under Title IX to resolve complaints promptly and equitably."

Federal money comes with strings attached. Always.

ITEM 14: The Washington Examiner reported, "President Joe Biden’s crashing polling numbers appear to have no end as he fumbles with the border crisis, a 13-year high in inflation, and the threat of empty toy shelves on Christmas Eve.

"In a new Zogby Poll just provided to Secrets, the first-year president has hit another job performance low, 36.4%."

36.4%?

That number is so low that means some of his voters are now saying he sucks.

ITEM 15: WLWT reported, "TSA says 40% of employees are unvaccinated as deadline looms."

Well, it is not like they meet anyone from the public.

Oh wait.

FINALLY, Zero Hedge reported, "Pandemic Wiped Out Entire Savings Of 20% Of US Households."

The story said, "Over the weekend, we showed a staggering wealth distribution statistic cementing the US status as a banana republic: according to Fed data which breaks down the distribution of wealth according to income quintile (or 20% bracket) the middle 60% of US households by income saw their combined assets drop from 26.7% to 26.6% of national wealth as of June, the lowest in Federal Reserve data, while for the first time the super rich had a bigger share, at 27%."

We never should have shut down the economy.

Never.

85 comments:

  1. Actually it was Bette Davis who said "Old age ain't no place for sissies."

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    1. Everybody over 60 has said "getting old ain't for sissies."

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    2. ^Truth^ I'll spare you the list. LOL.

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    3. Bette gets the credit, so that's it.

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  2. Item 1 - Joe Biden has a strategy for dealing with the supply chain issues. This totally explains his strategy - 🤔🤔🤔🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️. Where would we be without Joe’s wisdom???

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    1. I believe Secretary of transportation Pete Buttigeg is heading up the task force. Except he’s been on two months maternity leave with his husband. What a disaster.

      FJB

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    2. Pete Buttigeg couldn't run South Bend, he shouldn't be in charge of Transportation. This was his payoff to drop out of the race. He was only doing so so, so the payoff was soso.

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    3. According to Sundance the shortage of trucks in California has been predicted for some time. Thus Amazon, Walmart etc have been making alternative plans. Little Pete is just a fall guy.

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    4. Democrats are the party of mass destruction.

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    5. Arizona, Walmart &etc. Just a few of the 57 states...

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    6. “[Pete Buttigeg] has been on two months maternity leave.” It has taken him that long to figure out that neither he nor his “husband” can breast feed the kid.

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    7. Why you don't put guys who think they're women in charge of stuff.

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    8. Same reason Don let's you post!!!

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    9. FED
      Let's Go Brandon
      FJB
      Pete Bootyfudge for President

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  3. 3, 4: Maryland news sources report that the Port of Baltimore is working with no backlogs and is seeking more container business.

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  4. We put William Shatner in space.
    TV celebrity gets joy ride. Hold the presses.

    Shatner turned down the chance to fly on Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic, which took Sir Richard to the edge of space in July.
    The actor said he had turned down the offer because Branson allegedly wanted him to pay.
    Shatner has a net worth of $100 million.

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    1. So? Do you pay the sticker price for everything? If you do that partially explains why you’re NOT worth $100 mil.

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    2. So? Not many are stupid enough to pay for what they can get for free. Are you?

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    3. Shatner's a pro. You want him, you pay him.

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    4. Shatner did not cheer Let’s Go Branson.

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    5. You haven’t had to deal with too many old people in your life, have you Knifey?

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    6. I loved Shatners ride I
      Would've done it in a pair of seconds. Though I would prefer orbit and a ride on the ISS.

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    7. One other thing the edge of space is considered to be the von Karmann line 323,000 feet. Branson's space plane is no where near that and never will be in it's present form also Bezo's is a simple up and down ballistic shot. Simpler and not much different than the old Mercury/Redstone with much better guidance.

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  5. I am looking forward to the 2035 when California outlaws all gas powered trucks and depends on electric trucks, which have not been invented yet.
    Liberals destroy everything they touch.

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    1. They outlawed gas and diesel generators in 2024. What do you think the hospitals use during a rolling blackout?

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    2. Unicorn farts? [Just guessing...]

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    3. Anybody notice that they always start these destructive laws in the future...after they are out of office and don't have to face the voters?

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    4. TJ, your attention please, the hospital power will be shut off for ten minutes beginning at 3PM. At 2:59 all patients on oxygen need to take a deep breath and hold it.

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  6. "Pandemic Wiped Out Entire Savings Of 20% Of US Households."

    Mission Accomplished - US Deep State
    Q: How were the people in charge able to turn America into a totalitarian state overnight?
    A: Years of planning.

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    1. I wonder if the "Deep State" understands the meaning of the phrase "Terrible resolve" (asking for a friend?

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  7. The Biden administration is comprised of people who have been awarded participation trophies their entire life and have mistakenly assumed they are smart and accomplished. The list starts with Biden and continues with Harris, Buttigeig, Kerry, Garland, Yellen, et al. It’s a remarkable collection of unaccomplished imbeciles who are now in charge of the most important country in the world. Good help us and FJB.

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    1. "The Biden administration is comprised of people who have been awarded participation trophies their entire life and have mistakenly assumed they are smart and accomplished."

      Exactly. They are complete idiots, but fancy themselves gifted. And they are too stupid to grasp that having an overinflated opinion of yourself is NOT a qualification.

      As I asked yesterday, how do we rid ourselves of these dangerous parasites?

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      Let's Go Brandon
      FJB
      Pete Bootyfudge for President

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  8. Item 14: Re the polling -- The Quinnipiac poll from Oct. 1-4 which gave Biden 38% approval had a 24-29-37-10 GOP-Dem-Indy-Unaff breakdown. Proper weighting for GOP and Dems to be equally weighted, as Gallup has shown since June, would take that down to 33%.

    Zogby's poll a week later (Oct. 8-10) with 36% Biden approval is hard to compare, because it had equal Dems and GOP, but much higher rates of affiliation (38-38), meaning that they included "leaners." The guess here is that a properly weighted sample would have also given us a low-30s result.

    Also annoying: Zogby pretending to have an unsupported level of precision presenting results to the nearest 0.1%. Puh-leeeze.

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  9. Gooder and harder for Commiefornia re: port problem. It's a self-inflicted wound. These idiots making the laws and setting the regulations have no idea in reality how an economy works and how people work.

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    1. California working to increase their lead for the "poorest" state based upon the percentage of the population in comparative poverty. If they lose that much port business, and they are going to lose it - and if they chase business headquarters away, what will they do?

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  10. If the destruction of the middle class is a goal, unfortunately, we are well on our way. Without a middle class there is no democracy. It seems like organized chaos and all of this sure seems planned. Like I have said, resist where and when you can. Small acts add up.

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  11. "We never should have shut down the economy."

    We also never should have bought into the fear porn that caused shutdowns, masking and mass forced injections of an experimental gene-editing technology.

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    1. Agreed 100%. Right from the very beginning of the pandemic I thought that shutting down and locking down were harmful. No one, but no one agreed with me. I was a crazy, uncaring idiot. I always favored how Sweden handled the pandemic.
      Guess I was right.

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    2. I was with you. The reaction seemed crazy and unwarranted. I was staying with my sister at the time, whose health is fragile, and had to abide by her wishes for extreme wipedowns of everything if I ever left the house. My only change in practice upon returning home was to wash my hands after being out, which is a good thing to do anyway. When we found ourselves still locked down for Holy Week and Easter, I knew for sure that something devious and wicked was going on.

      Ironically, my sister got covid 10 months later and survived it, while I, taking no precautions, have never had it.

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  12. Maybe Summers was talking about the Central Banks throughout the west preventing loans from getting to fossil fuel developers. These actions are contributing to the rising energy prices and energy shortages. For Powell's efforts in this regard see:

    https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2021/4/14/powell-defends-feds-increasing-focus-on-climate-change-threats

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  13. Oh and it's time for the pre-weekend cheer: FJB/Let's Go Brandon.

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  14. https://nypost.com/2021/10/14/covid-regime-is-driving-americans-to-a-healthy-noncompliance/ It's Glenn Reynolds so read the whole thing. Practice Irish Democracy. Do not co-operate with their agenda.

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  15. Item 1: “an inability of half the nation’s truckers from picking up anything from the Port of LA or Port of Long Beach.” I read Sundance’s excellent article that you linked. Shipping from China to America’s Left coast takes 15 days, but 28 days to the east coast via the Panama Canal. The solution would seem to build ports on the Left coast that are not in California. Unfortunately, Oregon and Washington are only slightly less wacko than California, politics-wise, so it wouldn’t be long before they’d kill that golden goose the way California has.

    My solution is for Mexico to build massive shipping ports just south of the border, on the Baja peninsula. The Mexican border is only 135 miles south of Los Angeles. So instead of docking in L.A., China’s ships could dock at a port in northern Mexico, just south of the U.S. border. California’s emissions restrictions are moot, and as an added bonus, the move would cut out a number of dock workers’ unions.

    Container-laden trucks would then drive east through Mexico to Yuma, Arizona, 180 miles away, where they would either proceed eastbound on I-8 or transfer their load to a U.S. trucking line and return to the port for another load.

    Instead of trying to fix our California ports problem, it may be easier to just move it to Mexico. And who knows? Maybe it will encourage Mexicans will stay in Mexico for the excellent job opportunities.

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    1. That is another opportunity for sure.

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    2. I picture the cartels setting up toll roadblocks, armed to the teeth.
      One after another, as there are many cartels, and the American / Mexican border cross couldn't be into California anyway, as they run their own cartel there.
      The trucks would have to cross into Arizona, where that bottleneck would turn into the gangland city of Cartelia.
      It would seem that the Panama Canal is the better option, and have it run west to east in 2 lanes until the ships awaiting can be handled in 1 lane.
      Or does the C.C.P. own the canal now ?

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  16. Let's hope so for the Mexicans!

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  17. ITEM 7: "I apologize for the length of today's items because I try to keep items short and punchy.

    Like my wife." No apologies needed, Don. Do what you have to.

    Item 8: "Woke is a euphemism for communist." See also, NYT and the WaPoo...

    Item 11: I loved the picture of Shatner surrounded by red-shirts.

    ITEM 12: Tomorrow's news today?

    Babylon Bee reported, "Backed-Up Cargo Ships Positioned To Spell Out ‘Let’s Go Brandon.’"

    First laugh of my day!! Thanks, Don!!~

    Item 13: I haven't trusted anything from National Review since it went NEVER TRUMP in 2015.

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  18. ITEM 6: Anyone who by now hasn’t recognized the FBI works for the Democrat Party hasn’t been paying attention.

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    1. They're all (both?) Globalists which is even worse, because that means they take their marching orders from Satan. And worst of all, there are so many pseudo-conservative "Republicans" marching right along with them.

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  19. ITEM 8: “Woke is a euphemism for communist.”

    Excellent insight and observation. Worth noting and remembering.

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    1. “FINALLY, Zero Hedge reported, "Pandemic Wiped Out Entire Savings Of 20% Of US Households."

      The story said, "Over the weekend, we showed a staggering wealth distribution statistic cementing the US status as a banana republic: according to Fed data which breaks down the distribution of wealth according to income quintile (or 20% bucket) the middle 60% of US households by income saw their combined assets drop from 26.7% to 26.6% of national wealth as of June, the lowest in Federal Reserve data, while for the first time the super rich had a bigger share, at 27%.’”

      The elitists who think they control the USA need to face realty.

      Rather than a threat or an enemy, President Trump and the millions of American Patriots he leads are their best chance at a bright and safe future.

      President Trump and the movement he leads are the elitists (and Americans) last best chance to avoid a turn toward radical leftism and the forced nationalization and/or destruction of private wealth.

      The Leftists, especially in America’s far-left States and Cities, have used COVID as an excuse to effectively destroy most of the small businesses in their States and Cities.

      If America’s Elitist Globalist Snobs don’t wise up and support President Trump, they very well may find themselves and their enterprises next up for elimination, sooner than they could possibly imagine.

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  21. Item 11...George Takei is a complete "Nobody" that had to come out and say he took it in the rear to try to stay relevant. It didn't work...no one cares about the "extra" in Star Trek. George Takei can go suck a big...Dick thinks he should suck a .357!!!

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    1. Wossamatta, Jeffery? Jealous?

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    2. Dang. I read the comment before I saw it was Susan. I don't read any of her posts if I can help it.

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    3. Terribly edouchbag. Take your Lt. Sulu/ George Takei STAR TREK MEGO Doll action figure and go have some "personal time".

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  22. re: FINALLY...
    Yes, yes, we all know we live in a banana republic (watch me make Ben Franklin roll in his grave... "A [banana] republic, if you can keep it." ;-). I like to refer to banana republics as bancy. Then I can say things like, Well, at least we live in Fancy Bancy. I've been to semi-Fancy Bancy. Be very glad you live in Fancy Bancy.

    Spread it around.

    Here's a fun site I just discovered:

    https://www.professorbuzzkill.com/franklin-republic/

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  23. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    1: There was an item yesterday that a third of the country doesn't want to spend money on global wahoo. Prolly a lot more than that, but watch it double when this gets out.

    PS Love the reference.

    2: Actually, the biggest story of the year is Red China's going broke, but, for this week, Hunter will do.

    3, 4: De Santis da man.

    5: Willie got Winnie The Flu and the shot, but they can't admit it. Or he's got something from one of those little girls he raped.

    PS Tt was Bette Davis who said it and Willie's one of the biggest whiners there is.

    6: See?

    7: I know the feeling.

    8: You noticed.

    11: All I want to know is did he bring his rug?

    13: In so doing Gov Blackface created a martyr.

    14: You have to work at it to get dead people to hate you.

    FINALLY: We never should have listened to the Deep State Dwarf.

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  24. ITEM 11: "Mr. Sulu, lay in a course for Uranus....."

    OK, sorry. I'll show myself out.....

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    1. What do toilet paper and the starship Enterprise have in common?

      They both circle Uranus, wiping out Klingons!

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  25. item 15... as you walk though security? at airports encourage the TSA to not get vaccinated. if enough of them get fired maybe we can stop the charade that they keep terrorists off of planes and we can have our airports back

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    1. You're not familiar with how godvernment works. The fire the uncooperative. The airports look like the California coast with mile long lines. The godvernment declares an emergency. The solution? MORE POWER! The Oligarchs flying private planes are not inconvenienced.

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  28. Regarding the cargo ship backlog, I saw this on the Internet. It basically agrees with what you say but with a little more information. I can't vouch for its accuracy but it seems quite plausible.

    It is in part caused by a California Truck Ban which says all trucks must be 2011 or newer and a law called AB 5 which prohibits Owner Operators.
    Traditionally the ports have been served by Owner Operators (non union). California has now banned Owner Operators.
    Long term, truckers in California are not investing in new trucks because California has a law that makes them illegal in 2035. The requirement is to purchase electric trucks which do not exist.
    And in the words of Paul Harvey, “Now you know the rest of the story”

    BUSINESS
    CARB to begin blocking certain trucks’ DMV registrations in 2020
    Carriers domiciled in California with trucks older than 2011 model, or using engines manufactured before 2010, will need to meet the Board’s new Truck and Bus Regulation beginning in 2020 or their vehicles will be blocked from registration with the state’s DMV, the state has said.
    The new “health-based requirements” will need to be met before a driver is allowed to register his or her truck through the Department of Motor Vehicles, CARB says. A new enforcement tool used by the DMV beginning in 2020 will automatically block 2010 and older trucks from registration.

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