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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Highlights of the News

ANSWER: Halyna Hutchins. (Hat tip: Citizen Free Press.)

ITEM 1: WJLA reported, "Loudoun County Public School students planned a walkout Tuesday morning to protest for safer schools after two recent assaults were reported at two different Loudoun schools.

"Crowds of students were seen outside schools in the district, including Stone Bridge, Loudoun County High School, Briar Woods High School, Broad Run High School and Lightridge High School.

"On Monday, the teen suspect in a sex assault at Stone Bridge High School in May was found guilty on all charges. The victim’s legal team, The Stanley Law Group, tells 7News that the Judge determined that there were facts sufficient that the defendant committed a forcible assault.

"Scott Smith, the father of the victim, spoke to 7News investigator Scott Taylor four months after he was arrested at a Loudoun County school board meeting. He said he went there looking for answers after his daughter was assaulted."

They chanted, "Loudon County protects rapists."

Old: Believe all women.

New: Believe all verdicts.

Women, Democrats no more care about you than Ted Kennedy cared about Mary Jo Kopechne.

If they cared, they would not allow a boy in a skirt in the girls' bathroom.

ITEM 2: Breitbart reported, "Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) slammed Facebook today in a comment to Breitbart News, arguing that it is playing favorites with political parties in the United States and should lose its Section 230 protections as a consequence."

Clinton conned a Republican Congress to create Section 230. Democrats knew they could co-opt online social media back when social media was chatrooms on AOL and CompuServe.

ITEM 3: Valley News Live reported, "In Fergus Falls, MN, hundreds of people gathered in the town for a peaceful protest in support of Dr. Jeffrey Horak outside the Lake Region Healthcare Facility. While it is not clear why Dr. Horak is no longer with the hospital, some speculate that it has to do with statements he made earlier this month at the Fergus Falls school board meeting, where he spoke out against their mask mandate."

The story said, "Dr. Greg Smith, the president of the Medical Group Board, also provided a statement to Valley News Live: 'The Medical Group Board made a decision to discontinue Dr. Jeff Horak’s employment contract after a thorough review process. The Board is comprised of nine of Dr. Horak’s partners, physicians in specialties ranging from Primary to Specialty and Surgical Care, who have been serving our communities for decades, and who care deeply about the people we serve together with Lake Region Healthcare.'

"Smith also said the reasons for Dr. Horak’s separation are confidential. He reiterated that the decision was solely made by Horak’s peers serving on the Medical Group Board and not by Lake Region Healthcare."

Well, they can always explain the reasons to a civil jury then.

ITEM 4: The Epoch Times reported, "Toilet Paper, Tissues, Diapers About to Get More Expensive: Consumer Goods Company."

The story said, "Consumer goods manufacturer Kimberly-Clark Corp. said it is planning to raise prices for the second time this year due to 'significant inflation,' according to its CEO.

"The company, which makes Kleenex and Huggies diapers, expects input costs to rise by $1.4 billion to $1.5 billion during the current fiscal year, which is above a prior estimate that called for an increase of $1.3 billion."

FJB.

Now excuse me while I make a Toilet Paper Run.

ITEM 5: Kyrie Irving is getting some old school support.

Yes to vaccines. No to mandates. Kapeesh?

ITEM 6: Axios reported, "Confidence in President Biden's ability to rescue the economy from COVID-19 has dropped since January, even as Americans' faith rises in his ability to make the vaccine widely accessible, according to the latest installment of the Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus Index."

It was a paltry 52% confidence in January.

It is 44% confidence now.

Cliff Young, president of Ipsos U.S. Public Affairs, said, "The problem is not the unvaccinated. The problem is convincing those who are vaccinated that they have the tools to navigate a COVID world ... [and reassuring] those who’ve been vaccinated that they can live a normal life again."

The problem is Democrats are having too much fun forcing people through hoops. None of them wear masks when cameras are not around. Nancy got to fine MTG again. Whitmer in Michigan, Hochul in New York, and Newsom in California are going Mean Girls on their populations. The Party of Karens is having the time of their lives, even as they kill the economy.

ITEM 7: American Greatness reported, "A judge has ruled that the three men who were shot by Kyle Rittenhouse during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year, may not be referred to as victims during the trial, but defense attorneys may refer to them as rioters, looters, or arsonists as long as they provide evidence."

Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder said, "'If more than one of them were engaged in arson, rioting, looting, I’m not going to tell the defense you can’t call them that. [On the other hand,] the word victim is a loaded, loaded word. Alleged victim is a cousin to it."

The right to a fair trial is still acknowledged in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

ITEM 8: We Love Trump reported, "Democrats seem to be in trouble.

"They’re hemorrhaging party members, and I feel as if this could signal a red wave in 2022, as Democrats lose their majority in both chambers of Congress.

"Each one cites different reasons for leaving, ranging from the personal, to renewing their focus and future projects to state and local issues.

"Could the timing be a coincidence though?

"It’s no secret that the Biden administration is failing, and perhaps these Democrats are jumping ship before they’re stuck on a sinking vessel unable to escape."

Biden is his own iceberg in this replay of Titanic.

ITEM 9: Maggie Donica reported, "Minnesota Public School Encourages Students to Role Play Gay Sex Scenarios."

It is called grooming.

It is done on your dime by perverts.

And if you complain, you are a domestic terrorist.

ITEM 10: Yahoo reported, "A worker performing maintenance on a faulty water well unknowingly disturbed what was apparently a popular watering hole for snakes, Iowa photos show.

"The worker, an employee of Mort’s Water Company based in Latimer, went out to check on a well earlier this month, the business told McClatchy News.

"When he arrived at the site, he pulled a pipe up from the underground well and was greeted by a slithering bundle of serpents.

"There were between 8-9 of them, all bull snakes, Mort’s Water Company said in a Facebook post."

Samuel L. Jackson finally gets to do a sequel to "Snakes on a Plane."

ITEM 11: The Daily Wire reported, "Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill into law on Monday that effectively bans biological males from being able to compete against biological females in public schools.

"The bill, which impacts K-12 sports, is due to take effect in mid-January and is aimed at protecting fairness in sports by eliminating what opponents say is an unfair competitive advantage."

Normalizing the abnormal is what liberals do to undermine society.

Good for Old Ironsides to fight the (bad word).

ITEM 12: The New York Times reported, "Nearly every component of the traditional American Thanksgiving dinner, from the disposable aluminum turkey roasting pan to the coffee and pie, will cost more this year, according to agricultural economists, farmers and grocery executives. Major food companies like Nestlรฉ and Procter & Gamble have already warned consumers to brace for more price increases.

"Granted, last year the cost of a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 was the lowest it had been since 2010, according to the American Farm Bureau, whose annual survey of large dinners will be released Nov. 18. But because of the pandemic, fewer people bought for big gatherings, and turkey prices were kept low to entice shoppers. This year, turkey prices are likely to hit record highs, and the cost of many foods has jumped sharply.

"There is no single culprit. The nation’s food supply has been battered by a knotted supply chain, high transportation expenses, labor shortages, trade policies and bad weather. Inflation is at play, too. In September, the Consumer Price Index for food was up 4.6% from a year ago. Prices for meat, poultry, fish and eggs soared 10.5%."

I had this the other day, but Drudge finally linked it.

And there is a single culprit.

Biden.

The docks are clogged and Biden let the man (well, person) in charge take a permanent paternity leave that is now in its third month.

And Biden pumped trillions into the economy, which leads to inflation.

His is that 70s show. His Fall of Kabul was his Fall of Saigon. And now inflation is roaring.

Get President Trump back in there.

ITEM 13: The Daily Mail reported, "Gas prices continue to rise, and are now at their highest level in seven years, according to the AAA Gas Price Index.

"The national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline rose six cents over the past week to hit $3.38 on Monday, up $1.22 from a year ago, or an increase of 57%."

Oh, and did I mention Biden shut down drilling and stopped construction of pipelines?

He did.

President OPEC.

ITEM 14: The Guardian reported, "Huma Abedin, a longtime close aide to Hillary Clinton, has written in a new book that she was sexually assaulted by a US senator, an incident she buried until allegations against the Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh triggered her memory years later.

"Abedin makes the shocking claim in a memoir, 'Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds,' which will be published next week. The Guardian obtained a copy. Abedin does not name the senator or his party or give any other clues as to his identity."

Ah, but she did manage to drag Donald Trump into her allegation.

She said it happened after his wedding to Melania. 

As for the rape, well, he invited her to his apartment. She went. She wrote, "Then, in an instant, it all changed. He plopped down to my right, put his left arm around my shoulder, and kissed me, pushing his tongue into my mouth, pressing me back on the sofa.

"I was so utterly shocked, I pushed him away. All I wanted was for the last 10 seconds to be erased."

He stopped, apologized, and said he misread her.

Zzz.

Book deals in DC are like the opposite of Arkancide, aren't they?

ITEM 15: James Hohmann of the Washington Post wrote, "I obtained a 45-slide PowerPoint recently presented to Republican senators that summarizes findings from a previously unreported internal poll of 1,200 likely voters in 2022 suburban battlegrounds. Notable results included:

*78% agreed that 'many public-school systems in America are failing and children are falling behind the rest of the world.'

*65% agreed that 'allowing biological males to compete against women in high school and college sports is hugely unfair and will erase many of the gains women have made in athletics over the last 50 years.'

*58% agreed that 'critical race theory should not be taught in schools' because 'children should not be told they are inherently racist simply because of the color of their skin.'"

Paul Mirengoff wrote, "The GOP’s advantage when it comes to education will very likely persist, and quite possibly become more pronounced."

Especially when Democrats say, "I don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach."

ITEM 16: The New York Post reported, "A veteran prop master has revealed he was offered the job to work on Alec Baldwin’s 'Rust' — but turned it down after 'massive red flags' left him convinced it was 'an accident waiting to happen.'

"Neal Zoromski told the Los Angeles Times that he was approached on Sept. 20 and initially said he was 'very interested' to work on the Baldwin-produced Western.

"But during four days of negotiations, he became alarmed that “Rust” appeared to be a slapdash production that put saving money over people’s safety, he told the California paper."

A civil lawsuit seem s inevitable, but it is beginning to look a lot like prosecution.

FINALLY, the Alligator State may have the best governor.

65 comments:

  1. So I was working out yesterday afternoon at the rec center with my Bose over the ear headphones on - yeah, I’m a weird old fook like that - and Grind, by Alice, came on. And I started thinking about my two brothers and their connections to MPLS (one of them’s lived there for 35 years) and the election next Tuesday where that shithole city will likely vote to eliminate the PD. And I tried to recall and hang onto my Bible study that morning but it didn’t work and I thought about what a sensible person my brother used to be and what happened and got angrier and angrier and…

    “Rather hear the sound
    Of your body breaking
    As I take you down
    Yeah”

    And then Big D does not one but TWO stories today on Minnesota Lice. Hmm. Synchronicity? Well, I got four words for that once-quirky but now sold-out state: GO TO FOOKING HELL.

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  2. Re 2.....perhaps if Sen cotton hadn t joined with Macturtle to stab DJT in the back over the stolen election we might be able to solve the obvious bias from the social media sites. It wasn t important enough when the president was banned but now that all repubs r targets for censorship it s cause for concern. I ll worry about cotton and other rino s when they finally admit that DJT won the election, until then "suck it cotton"

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    1. Agree. Cotton used to be way up on my list - inspiring story and all that. But he let PDJT and us down. FJB

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    2. Even if the Reps gain the majority of the House and Senate, 230 won't go away. FB and Twit spread too much "loot" around. Look what happened to Obamacare......Nothing!!!

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    3. High in the Republican play book is waiting until it's too late, then they say, "Look, we tried." I read in a column recently something like, "Republicans don't like to rock the boat that floats on a sea of corruption." Well said.

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  3. Item 14: “Huma Abedin … has written in a new book that she was sexually assaulted by a US senator” Earth to Huma… A ten-second kiss is not sex, regardless of what you were told in high school. And you were so traumatized that you “buried it” for 13 years until Kavanaugh’s fake sexual allegations, then trot it out 3 years after that for a book? This is why “believe all women” has died an ignoble death. BTW, if unwanted kisses are “sexual assault,” then FJB is a serial sexual predator of young kids.

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    1. Betcha a Binyamin the Senator is Status Quo Joe.

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    2. She went to his apartment and discovered to her surprise that he had sex on his mind.

      Yeah, right.

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    3. Joe thought his manly DubVee virility could convince Humma to switch back to the Orioles (she’d been batting for the Yankees). Silly Manchin - tricks are for Libs.

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    4. She went with the wiener on the rebound. That could cause trauma and suppressed memory.

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    5. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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    6. She only wrote it to make HiLlARy jealous.

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    7. "Both/And"? I reckon her book would be better titled "Neither/Nor".

      -- Maoz

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    8. Okay, I was wrong, as pointed out below, she is accusing HiLlARy.

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    9. Z, Huma was way to old to interest sniffy. In fact most porn stars are way to old for his tastes.

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  4. #1. Recently I saw an item where after a string of fights in a school, the fathers banded together and took turns patrolling the school. Most dads have jobs, so giving up a day here and there to keep the school safe is a big deal. As a grandfather I know I would do that for my grandkids.
    Bottom line, we the families need to take back control, and if that means we home school, they can indoctrinate empty desks.

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    1. That was an excellent story. It also highlighted the problem that so many are growing up without fathers.

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    2. Bingo that SL, kids have no disciplinarian and no direction.
      A woman at my church is raising her grandkids. Someone expressed sympathy for her. I pointed out to them that she was raising them because she screwed up on raising her daughter.
      She raised two girls alone, then remarried after they graduated. When one of them got pregnant, she moved back in with mom and the new husband. He objected and she divorced him. He was forced to vacate the house he built.

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    3. Having a father who was involved in my education, there were principals and teachers that hated seeing him come through the door.
      Especially if he'd been out rounding up cattle or on the back of a Model A John Deere. didn't bother to change clothes..
      Having a father is essential.Or an attack Husband when some lefty teacher blames your wife for stealing something useless out of the Classrooom. That happened to my wife.
      I also didn't bother changing out of fire retardant and oil spotted t-shirt and jeans.
      Time to take control...

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  5. Yes to vaccines. No to mandates. Kapeesh?

    Not for 5 year old kids.

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    1. Who knows? Maybe some day they will develop a real vaccine for this super duper deadly not made in China with funds not supplied by Fauci, virus.
      In the meantime, I am afraid that it will continue to lower life expectancy by a negative 2 years as is happening now.

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    2. Okay, I might be wrong on the age of death thingy, but the last article I saw still shows the average age of departure from chicom syndrome is above the average life expectancy for Americans.

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    3. You’re right, Jeremy. The average age of Covid death in the U.S. is 87, which is exactly equal to the average life expectancy in the U.S.

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  6. 11 - the law was signed just in time to piss the liberals off since the World Series began last night in Texas. Perfect timing. Boycott that MLB. Then on to Georgia and their new election laws that caused MLB to move the all star game. Couldn’t have worked Out better for the woke elite. FJB.

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    1. They’re still playing baseball? Who knew?

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    2. I don't think the woke clowns watch sports.

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    3. They don’t watch the games JR, they are watching for violations to feed the outrage fire.

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  7. #1 No longer "teen suspect". Permanently "convicted teen felon / sex offender" There should be jail time for the "teen" and the adults who covered up his crimes. I don't care what the little punk's name is as long as he goes away for a long time, wearing his skirt. The parents of the "teen victims" should have legal redress in civil court from all involved (parents, teachers union, administrators, school board, Federal, state and county gov'ts). Let's start at $5 billion. Lets Go Brandon.

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    1. I don’t know how “permanent” his conviction will be. It may magically disappear when he turns 21 and his juvie records are sealed.

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  9. I hope this smarmy snide a**hole is so distraught that he quits acting and retires somewhere where he drinks himself to death.

    He's an arrogant smug piece of ignorance that has just shown his opinion on anything is overruled by his childish emotions. His lack of impulse control and care for other people shows just how little he deserves any pity or compassion. He is however a prime example of what so many on the left are all about. Ignorance and undeserved pride.

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    1. Sorry. didn't make clear who I was talking about:

      Alec Baldwin is my target.

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    2. I was going to ask you to be more specific, since what you said pretty much applies to any and all of them! :-)

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  10. Sorry but $3.38 is a 177% increase from $1.22, not “57%.”

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    1. It’s a $1.22 increase from a year ago. The price a year ago was therefore $2.16 ($3.38 — $1.22), not $1.22. (Trump’ s gas prices were good, but not that good.) The price today is 156.5% of the 2020 price ($3.38 / $2.16).

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  11. Items 12 and 13 - Anyone younger than 50 today (vast majority of Americans) has no memory of the extreme inflation if the late 70’s early 80’s. Nor do they recall the misery that inflation caused as it primarily impacted the middle and lower income people.

    By this time next year it is likely that we will be hoping the inflation rate falls down to 5-6%. Expect inflation to be double digits in the very near future. Happy FJB Day!

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    1. My brother built his house in 1977. When the high interest rate hit they tried to force him to refinance.
      A lot of farmers were hit with the high interest rate. Lots of land for sale back then and no one to buy it.

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    2. My first house had a Jimmy Carter special mortgage rate of over 16%.

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    3. I was just out of college in the 70s. Like most college kids, I was liberal. But when I saw what a f’king mess Carter made of the country, I swore to never again vote Democrat. And I haven’t.

      As you said, the “kids” under 50 today, who didn’t go through Carter’s nightmare, have no clue — until now. Hundreds of thousands or millions of people will soon make the same declaration I made back then. It takes someone like Carter or Biden to bring the country to the brink of destruction every 50 years or so to wake people up.

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  12. Re #6: Lots of copy about Biden's horrible polling numbers. But that administration doesn't care how they poll. They only care to destroy as much as they can, that'll NEVER be repaired. That's the liberal idea of winning: the destruction of other's goods.
    They're mentally ill & having the time of their lives

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  13. 4 - Well, if we reprise last year's TP shortage, just remember that you can substitute paper towels, but can't flush them - have to use South American methods to dispose of them.

    9 - Worth saying again - The "D" party is a grooming gang for powerful men. Just ask giggles...

    12 - "Get President Trump back in there." Also worth saying again - the simple way for that to happen is for those who miscalculated last fall to "discover" the "new evidence" that the election was rigged. Only non-violent solution.

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    1. Sorry, there isn’t a nonviolent solution, at this point in Time.

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  14. Finally - Ron DeSantis is the real deal - he’s exceptionally smart and blessed with great common sense, with the ability to effectively convey his message to everyone (a rare combination for a politician).

    Additionally, he is never intimidated by the always hostile legacy press, calling them out on their misinformation without appearing angry. This often results in their humiliation and they hate him for it. Dems and legacy media realize DeSantis is a blossoming rock star and they will try anything to destroy him. They need to get used to calling him Mr President……

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  15. The only Senator I can find that went to Trumps wedding was HILLARY CLINTON. Is Huma sure it wasn't Bill who attacked her??

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  17. #10 - Snakes/wells... FWIW, in the Book of Genesis, when the brothers toss Joseph down the well, it says that the well was empty, there was no water in it. The commentaries ask about the apparent redundancy: if the text already told us the well was empty, why does it tell us there was no water? They answer that it is to hint to us that, yes, it was empty of water -- but it was full of snakes and scorpions.

    Guess that worker in Iowa coulda used a heads-up on that....

    -- Maoz

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  18. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: Arec Barwin spent 40 years shooting off his mouth. Now it's payback.

    6: Party of Karens. I love it.

    And they will pay for it.

    12: Get President Trump back in there.

    So much for Emeritus.

    14: No mention of Senator's name. Must be Democrat.

    Must still be there.

    16: Seems inevitable the producer will wish he was Max Bialystock.

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  19. Read this morning that the Baldwin investigation may take months. Conclusion. Once again a glaring example of two sets of justice in this Country one for the rich, famous, and politicians and another for you and me. If it had been any of us commoners we would have already been subjected to the perp walk.

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    1. And his high priced lawyers and PR staff trying to control
      The narrative. I read where they are blaming the Covid protocols for some of the lack of control on the set. Suuuuuuuuuuuure.

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    2. Give ’em time. Soon enough they’ll all get together and decide it’s Trump’s fault.

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  20. Item 15: GOP Polling data....and the GOP will do nothing about it; after they win back both houses. PS: FTC

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  21. The juxtaposition of the last sentences of items 10 and 11 gives me an idea of what the (bad word) might be.

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  22. Who was the blind senator who put the moves on Huma Abedin

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  23. #12) "Get President Trump back in there." Here is my impossible idea. The VP resigns, Biden appoints Trump as VP, the House and Senate approve him under the 25th Amendment, he is sworn in as VP, then Biden resigns due to health issues (nobody, but nobody, wants Harris as President) and Trump becomes President. Imaginations are wonderful, aren't they.

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  26. Saw today baldwin only had either 1 million or 5 million in insurance.
    Hopefully he loses much more in the lawsuits and has to pay personally.
    And if Andrew Branca at Legal Insurrection is correct about the New Mexico Manslaughter case decided by their Supreme Court, baldwin could be facing criminal charges if the prosecutor decides so.

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