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Friday, December 24, 2021

Highlights of the News

Bentley news tomorrow. Here's the news for today.

ITEM 1: Kenosha County Eye tweeted, "In a very bizarre statement, Kenosha Assistant District Attorney James Kraus tells Wisconsin Lawyer Ethics Investigator that he and T. Clair Binger are NOT homosexual lovers."

Binger's even too ugly for Kraus.

ITEM 2: The Daily Mail reported, "White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was forced to defend her boss Joe Biden on Thursday amid questions over the timing of his covid-19 test expansion and accusations that he acted too late to stop massive delays in testing and results just two days before Christmas. 

"Hours later a report emerged in Vanity Fair that the Biden administration had rejected a roadmap to getting at-home rapid covid tests to every American to avoid the holiday surge currently wreaking havoc on people's Christmas plans. The ambitious blueprint called for 732 million monthly covid tests—far more than what Biden promised would come in January."

His response to covid is so weird that it is as if covid bought paintings from Hunter.

ITEM 3: Breitbart reported, "The World Health Organization warned Tuesday there is too much at stake to celebrate Christmas this year, cautioning it is better to either cancel or postpone the annual festivities than risk the death of a loved one."

Not gonna happen, ace.

Amid a smallpox epidemic and in the middle of the night, Washington and his men rowed across a freezing Delaware River to attack the British on Christmas.

It's a Christian holiday and it's an American holiday.

WHO didn't tell the Saudis to call off the Hajj.

ITEM 4: Donald Trump Jr. tweeted, "Fairfax County police have seized electronics and hard drives of Rick Saleeby, a CNN producer for Jake Tapper, in light of FaceTime calls and texts showing solicitation of fiancรฉ’s underage daughter photos."

If Saleeby needs a lawyer, Michael Avenatti is available. 

I know what you are thinking. He's in prison.

Nope.

Politico reported, "VENICE, Calif. — Inside a two-bedroom apartment, 11 blocks from the ocean, there is a man in free fall, though he has nowhere to go. He wears a monitor on his right ankle, government-issued, blinking green beneath his tapered track pants. He doesn’t leave, except for court appearances and medical appointments. He makes calls on a red flip phone, designed for seniors by a company called Jitterbug: big buttons, no internet, cell service from Cricket Wireless. His old iPhone — the one where he handled his TV bookings, tapped out tweets and called reporters, wresting each story into the version he wanted, with charm, with pure aggression, with whatever the day required — now goes straight to voicemail. Maybe you had his number. Back then, for a while at least, who didn’t?"

BLM is wrong. The problem is not white privilege. It's Connected Liberal privilege.

ITEM 5: Fox reported, "Annual inflation is running at the hottest pace in nearly four decades as widespread supply disruptions, extraordinarily high consumer demand and worker shortages fuel rapidly rising price increases.

"Prices soared by 5.7% in the year through November, according to the Personal Consumption Expenditures price index data released Thursday morning. That topped the previous month's rate of 5%, becoming the fastest pace increase since February 1982, when the gauge hit 6.17%."

Don't hoard but stock up. This week's regular prices will be next month's sales prices.

ITEM 6: But there are signs that inflation may die down.

The Wall Street Journal reported, "Consumer spending rose more slowly in November, raising risks of a broader economic slowdown amid the latest wave of Covid-19 cases.

"U.S. consumer spending rose 0.6% last month, after climbing 1.4% in October, the Commerce Department reported Thursday. Holiday shoppers snatched up gifts earlier than usual this year in anticipation of product shortages, helping to boost spending in October while contributing to a November sales slowdown, economists say."

There's nothing like a recession to stop inflation.

ITEM 7: Yahoo reported, "A jury has found former Brooklyn Center, Minn., Police Officer Kim Potter guilty of manslaughter in the death of black motorist Daunte Wright, following a two-week trial and 27 hours of deliberation by the 12 jurors.

"Potter fatally shot Wright, 20, after she and an officer trainee pulled him over in the Minneapolis suburb on April 11. They, along with a third officer, attempted to arrest him when he tried to take off with his girlfriend in the car.

"Potter’s bodycam footage shows her threatening to use her Taser multiple times during the struggle to remove him from the car. She then fired off a shot but grabbed her gun instead of the Taser. In the video, Potter exclaims: 'I grabbed the wrong f***ing gun.'"

Sad case.

Cops should be very careful with their weapons.

And no matter what the color of your skin is, when the cops pull you over cooperate. The life you save may be your own.

ITEM 8: AP reported, "A former Boston College student who prosecutors say drove her boyfriend to take his own life with thousands of text messages pleaded guilty Thursday to involuntary manslaughter.

"Under terms of a plea deal, Inyoung You, 23, received a 2 1/2 year suspended jail sentence and 10 years of probation and was barred by a judge in Suffolk Superior Court from profiting from her case in any way. The sentence means You can avoid time behind bars if she adheres to all the terms of her probation, which includes continued mental health treatment and community service."

That sounds like a sentence Potter should get.

ITEM 9: The Hill reported, "Ted Kaczynski, commonly known as the Unabomber for terrorizing people with homemade bombs, has been transferred to a federal prison medical facility, according to The Washington Post."

Looks like his multiple life sentences are about to end.

ITEM 10: Big League Politics reported, "Ted Cruz argued he is well-positioned to win the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

"He pointed to his second-place finish behind Donald Trump in the Republican Party’s 2016 primary."

Asked if he would run again, he told the Truth Gazette, "Absolutely. In a heartbeat.

"You know, I ran in 2016. It was the most fun I’ve ever had in my life. We had a very crowded field. We had 17 candidates in the race — a very strong field. And I ended up placing second.

"There’s a reason historically that the runner-up is almost always the next nominee. And that’s been true going back to Nixon or Reagan or McCain or Romney that has played out repeatedly. You come in with just an enormous base of support."

I find him acceptable but only if he keeps the beard.

ITEM 11: Zero Hedge reported, "Now that the Ghislaine Maxwell sex-trafficking trial is in the hands of the jury, lawyers representing some of Epstein's accusers are asking why just four victims were called by prosecutors (led by the daughter of former FBI Director James Comey)."

How do you know the fix was in?

Maxwell didn't kill herself.

All of Epstein's blackmail material is in the hands of the FBI. 

That's scary.

ITEM 12UPI reported, "McDonald's targets kids in lower-income countries with social media posts, study finds."

Of all of life's mysteries to study -- including the origin of the universe, the cause of cancer, and whether the string theory is correct -- the bozos at BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health chose to study who McDonald's target audience is.

One phone call to McDonald's PR department could have answered the question.

ITEM 13The Daily Mail reported, "Man, 19, facing federal charges for 'carjacking Dem Rep. Scanlon at gunpoint' was awaiting trial for stealing another car and has a string of arrests: Teen 'accomplices' aged 13 to 16 have been released back to parents."

Democrats want cities to become crime centers so they can create a police state.

There are never unintended consequences when it come to Democrat policy. There are only unadvertised consequences -- often denied when conservatives predict them.

ITEM 14: The Desert Times reported, "Arizona’s enigmatic U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema remains opposed to weakening the Senate’s 60-vote threshold for moving ahead on legislation, even as other Democrats are floating the idea of making an exception to the chamber’s rules to pass major voting rights measures.

"In a statement to States Newsroom, a Sinema spokeswoman said the senator supports the voting rights bills but fears that changing Senate rules would ultimately undermine the bills’ goals and Americans’ faith in the legislative process. 

"Sinema’s fellow Senate Democrats renewed calls last week to bypass the 60-vote threshold for voting rights legislation as the end of the year and a holiday recess loom."

States run elections. Congress does not. If Congress did, there would be no need for it to use a constitutional amendment to drop the voting age to 18. It could have simply passed a law.

ITEM 15: Radio host Hoppy Kercheval, dean of the West Virginia press corps, interviewed Manchin this week and got some national ink on it.

The press missed the most important thing Manchin said. Goons had surrounded his Maserati and later his yacht. Manchin did not like that.

He told Hoppy, "They figured, ‘Surely to God we can move one person. Surely, we can badger and beat one person up. Surely we can get enough protesters to make that person uncomfortable enough they’ll just say, ‘Okay, I’ll vote for anything. Just quit.’

"Guess what? I’m from West Virginia. I’m not from where they’re from, where you can beat the living crap out of people and they’ll be submissive.'"

50-plus years ago, Manchin was the starting QB for the Farmington High Farmers. A knee injury shortened what would have been a good college career at WVU.

Don't mess with the man. He's big. He's got bad knees but he will kick your ass.

ITEM 16: Just the News reported, "The California Department of Education's equity project manager has resigned due to the fact she lives in Texas.

"Pamela Kadakia worked for the California state department while living in Texas, according to Politico. Additionally, the Lone Star State is on California's state-funded travel ban list.

"California law mandates that state employees live there unless they need to live in another location for their work, such as lobbying in D.C.

"Kadakia is the second California education equity official to depart in recent weeks. The Golden State's first superintendent of equity, Daniel Lee, resigned earlier this month. Politico reported how Lee lived in Philadelphia while collecting a salary of more than $161,000 from the state of California."

Which shows 1. California is so bad, even state officials won't live there, and 2. people who actually live in California are not fit to hold state government jobs.

ITEM 17: Del Bigtree tweeted, "Please Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Unvaccinated. I Was Born That Way."

He is "Host of ‘The HighWire with Del Bigtree’, Producer of Vaxxed, CEO of Informed Consent Action Network, Former Emmy winning producer of The Doctors on CBS."

ITEM 18: Country Music Family reported, "2 Babies Found Alive In Upside-Down Bathtub After Kentucky Tornado."

Grandma was watching them. She put them in the tub ahead of the tornado, along with a blanket, a pillow, and a Bible.

ITEM 19: Life Site News reported, "DC announces vaccine passport system that will take effect just days before 2022 March for Life."

My body, my choice only applies to killing babies.

ITEM 20: The New York Times reported, "Thousands of would-be travelers received the same troubling message on Thursday: a last-minute cancellation of their Christmas Eve flight because of the recent spike of Omicron cases.

"United Airlines canceled at least 131 flights scheduled to leave dozens of airports on Friday — along with 28 more that were supposed to take off on Saturday, according to Flight Aware. Other airlines, including Delta, JetBlue and Allegiant, did the same."

Santa came to say, Rudolph with your test so bright.

Get the hell off my sleigh tonight.

FINALLY in 2020, Donald Trump took 25 states, and Biden took 25 states and D.C.

Via Citizen Free Press, 20 states and DC lost population last year.

Biden carried 14 of those losers. 7 were Trump states.

Trump carried 18 of the winners. 12 were Biden states.

The two biggest losers were California (minus 367,299) and New York (minus 352,185).

The two biggest winners were Florida (plus 220,890) and Texas (plus 170,3017).

West Virginia gained 2,343.

That's pretty good because for 84 years (1930 through 2014) Democrats controlled the state. The population was stagnant as the state dropped from 6 congressmen to 3. It just lost another congressman but who knows what will happen during the next redistricting 10 years from now? With a return of Republicans to power, the state is growing.

Readers interested in moving here should consider the Eastern Panhandle. It is beautiful and has amenities and proximity to larger cities that Poca does not have. Housing is affordable.

Meanwhile, cue the Temptations. They're on.

People moving out.

People moving in.

Why? Because of Joe Biden...

58 comments:

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  2. Item 8: “A former Boston College student who prosecutors say drove her boyfriend to take his own life with thousands of text messages” The “deadly weapon” in this case was her cell phone. She should be barred from ever having a cell phone that sends text messages, just like a felon is barred from ever having a gun. Michael Avenatti can advise her on that.

    Item 10: “[Ted Cruz] pointed to his second-place finish behind Donald Trump in the Republican Party’s 2016 primary.” He had my vote in the primary, and he has done nothing to lose my support, but Trump needs four more years to finish what he started.

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    1. Cruz refused to endorse Trump at the 2016 convention.
      "Cruz sensationally withheld an endorsement of Trump in his speech, earning a chorus of boos from the floor."

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    2. Sorry, that’s not enough for me to dump Cruz. A lot of people didn’t support Trump in 2016, including me. He was, after all, a life-long Democrat, and you can only judge people by their history, not their promises.

      I don’t support Dr Oz in Pennsylvania for the same reason. All of his political donations have gone to Democrats, but now, because Republicans are surging in the polls, Oz is running for senate as a Republican.

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    3. Just to be clear, in 2024 Cruz will not be my first choice (Trump) or my second choice (DeSantis), but he would still make a good President.

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    4. My own observation over the years is that Senators seldom make good presidents. Governors usually do better(with Carter as an exception). A Senate background is not executive experience. What I would really like to see is DeSantis as President, and Trump as VP--he could still do rallies and travel the country, and preside over the Senate when he is in DC. And the Dems would not DARE try to impeach DeSantis!

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    5. I don't believe that Ted Cruz has enough national appeal to win a presidential election. Runners up like Romney and McCain couldn't get the job done when they were nominees. It would be the same with Cruz.

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    6. You must have forgotten the horrific personal attacks Trump directed at Cruz, Mrs. Cruz, Mr. Cruz, Sr. a minister. You expected the Cruz family to endorse Trump after that? Get real. On the other hand, no one was a bigger supporter of President Trump on policy issues than Sen. Ted Cruz. He's my man.

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    7. As much as I like Ted Cruz, the man and Senator, Trump is hands down the best President of the 20th and 21st Centuries. I want him back with DeSantis or Cruz as VP, then DeSantis or Cruz as Presidents in whatever order works. All of them believe in the Constitution with law and order.

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    8. Loved it when Trump read Cruz' speech at the convention said:Ok and let Cruz proceed to burn the bridge he was standing on. That and embracing the
      Dry Drunk Beck and his Klown show permanently turned me off Cruz. Stay in the Senate, Ted..

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    9. I’d rather see Cru on the Supreme Court. As said above, senate experience is not executive experience. We need an executive in charge again.

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    10. "I find him acceptable but only if he keeps the beard."

      I don't. Other than bloviate, what has he, and other "Republicans," actually done to free the Jan 6th prisoners? If I were in his place that would be my number one priority. I would raise absolute hell every single day until something was done.

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    11. Cruz's voice grates on me the same way Kamala's voice does, and neither one has a presidential voice.

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    12. Randy, changing parties because of changing polls, worked for Jim Justice when he ran for Governor of WV. Justice, like The Wizard of Oz, has a huge bankroll. I'd bet on Oz for the win, not that I'd support him myself.

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    13. Gov. Justice's reply to the odious Bette Midler is wonderful. Have you seen it on You Tube? It's worth the minor task of finding it. And a Merry Christmas to you, EpD!

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  3. The next virus on the alphabet is Pi.

    It should be ready for rollout on March 14.

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  4. Ghislaine Maxwell sex-trafficking trial

    Only 4 victim-witnesses called by the government. The major whistleblower never called to give testimony.
    James Comey's daughter is lead prosecutor.
    US Attorney never offered Maxwell a plea deal in exchange for giving up all the big names tied to this disgusting criminal enterprise.
    Pathetic amount of "coverage" given to the case by the MSM and censoring of social media accounts that have been covering the case independently.

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  5. Re: Finally-FJB's administration is the real Ball of Confusion.

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  6. Item 10: Umm, Ted, I don’t know if you remember, but McCain and Romney LOST. You almost sound like Hillary, where you think it’s your turn.

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  7. Merry Christmas, Big D! Good luck finding that Bentley under your tree tomorrow!!

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    1. It will most likely be the Matchbox version.

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    2. If ANYBODY deserves a Bentmobile, it’s our good good friend Don Surber. Old White West Virginians Deserve Bentleys Too.

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    3. Merry Christmas, Big Don. Keep the faith and you do, admirably.

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  8. The California department of education is quite stupid. Pity the students.

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  9. 6 - recession is the Xiden regimes ace up their sleeve. From one doomed policy to another. 37 more months of this disastrous crew.

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    1. Merry Christmas, SL. Your posts in 2021 were much appreciated.

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  10. #16 In Oregon, we have Sen. Ron Wyden who lives in NY and just comes here to campaign.

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    1. Montana had Sen. Max Baucus do the same thing.

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  11. In the spirit of the Christmas season and for all he has wrought, FJB and Let's Go Brandon. I hope you have good news about the Bentley and will certainly read your early post tomorrow and will wish you and family a Merry Christmas then.

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  12. Item 10

    NO CRUZ AS PRESIDENT. He is a bushie, whose wife is a globalist Goldman Sachs stooge. He is fine as a US Senator, but that is it. If he was elected he will turn into a mittens 2.0.

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    1. Serving even a single day in the US Senate should automatically disqualify one from running or serving as president or vice president.
      Repeal the 17 amendment and we can talk. Otherwise, Never Cruz!
      PS - Cruz is my Senator and I will support him for Senate if he runs again.
      PPS - Louis Gohmert is my congressman. I already miss him.

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    2. I can point to the very day that Ted Cruz lost me. It was when Trump had a rally scheduled in Chicago and cancelled it due to the threat of violence. No one, not one other candidate protested the violation of Trumps right to speak. Cruz demonstrated that he was just another pandering politician like the rest. Yes, his politics and his speeches sound great, but we want results, not pretty sound bites.

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    3. Greg, I agree. Republicans are expert bull shitters. (See Gowdy and Issa) Action is all that matters. How do they vote? What do they actually do? In most cases...nothing. They are silent too often on major issues. They are next to worthless.

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    4. The Republican Party should be renamed to the "Build You Up Just to Let You Down" Party.

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  13. Item 10 - No one on the Republican side is close to Ron DeSantis. He stands alone at the top of the heap (unless DJT decides to run again). Best combo seems to be DJT as unelected kingmaker for R’s with DeSantis as POTUS.

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    1. How about this DeSantis as President, DJT as speaker of the house..
      FJB..๐Ÿ˜

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    2. How about the R's take the house in 2022 and make DJT speaker, impeach horizontal, 25th amendment the senile idiot. That would make DJT president and then he can run for reelection in 2024.
      In the meantime they can tighten up election integrity when they are in charge.

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  14. 5 - "Annual inflation is running at the hottest pace in nearly four decades as widespread supply disruptions, extraordinarily high consumer demand and worker shortages fuel rapidly rising price increases."

    Yep, inflation is caused by too many people working and too many producers producing. Yep, it has absolutely nothing to do with currency debasement via the equivalent of throwing (printed) money out of helicopters. As one of Prof. Reynolds' minions said earlier in the month, at least the good thing about inflation is that it's a giant FU to leftists who think that they can just print money (and otherwise mess around with the economy) without consequence.

    6 - "There's nothing like a recession to stop inflation." But that didn't work back in the 1970s - stagflation, which is the more likely outcome now. Always keep in mind that leftists are mentally locked to the infamous Phillips Curve - even when and after it failed spectacularly during the 1970s...

    10 - I'll second the comments above about Sen. Cruz. Please stay in the Senate. His national appeal is less than that of other choices (as was the case in 2016), and Senators generally make lousy Presidents (legislative personalities are too different from executive personalities). Keep in mind that the D party is the Senatorial Party. Seriously, when was the last time that the D party had a ticket where neither entrant was either a sitting Senator or a former Senator. I worked my way backwards in time (in my mind, didn't look it up) into the 1940s and still hadn't found the last time they did that.

    13 - "Democrats want cities to become crime centers so they can create a police state." I still think that you're giving them too much credit for intelligence. After decades of talking to each other in bubbles, they really believe that all "social problems" can be solved with proper psychotherapy, and that extant social problems are being caused by people they haven't gotten to yet.

    I am also beginning to wonder if the "root cause" (TM) of all leftist ideas is the perceived need to sop up the vast oversupply of people with psychology degrees...

    FINALLY - One thing that became obvious a good 20 years ago is that red states have healthy demographics, while blue states (and in particular the blue enclave regions) do not. Given natural demographic trends, the country is-and-was on course to become redder. This is why the blue enclave elitists want mass immigration - to provide their future voters when their own ideas and actions are otherwise killing off (often literally) their own demographic base.

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  15. I have believed for a while now that when societies turn away from God and family, they don't see the need for children. I think we are seeing that and have been for a while. What is our purpose without children to carry on?

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    1. I agree Orgon's been worried about Demographics for a while that's why they have been big on importing Illegals. The Conservative side of the State has been growing with children, the big blue islands have not..

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  16. 7. Bad human engineering. The problem is making the tazer feel like a gun with a pistol grip and trigger. If it had been shaped like a flashlight with a thumb button, we would not know Kim Potter's name.

    This is how HOTAS (Hands On Throttle And Stick) works in fighters. You can recognize the control by its feel.

    9. Terrorizing people is waving a package under someone's nose saying, "I HAVE A BOMB!" Kaczynski blew people up.

    10. He should try being governor of Texas and out Desantising Desantis first.

    I am generally opposed to Senators running for President. Look what we got the last time few times.

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  17. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: Lou Ann's willing to let you buy a reindeer named Bentley.

    2: I love the smell of schaudenfreude in the morning before Christmas.

    7, 8: This is the result of Willie's big promise to put 100,000 more cops on the streets. This was a diversity hire.

    And quantity never beat quality.

    11: Good morning, Mr and Mrs Clinton. We're from the FIB and we'd like you to contribute to our retirement fund.

    13: There are never unintended consequences when it come to Democrat policy.

    Let's go, Brandon ring a bell?

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  18. #1. The relationship is strictly cash and carry?

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  19. #4. Gotta think long and hard on this one, but at the moment I'm inclined to say that house arrest is the best option. He is not able to do anything, and nobody in criminal university is getting lessons or help from him. As long as he is paying for his own meals it's a win.

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  20. All of Epstein's blackmail material is in the hands of the FBI.

    Or Obama. Or ANY Deep State suckup.

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  21. 18: The Bible was the clincher.

    20: How many more I Hate Democrats will that produce?

    FINALLY: Trump did not take 25 states. Likely, he took 42 or 44, possibly more.

    Seth Keshel tries to be reasonable (even though he does say Trump still won), I'd say any state where Brandon had more vote fraud than votes probably went to Trump.

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  22. Final (un-numbered) item on your list: I've had a place I've been fixing up in the Eastern Panhandle over the last few years. When it's done, that's where I plan to live after I sell my digs in Northern VA (Occupied Territory). Covid, CRT, the more-than-obvious Jan 6 hoax, Soros-installed prosecutors, plus the neighbors' BLM signs in 2020 all finally cooked things for me. So it's time to in-migrate to West By-G.. Virginia where real Americans still live free. With their 2nd Amendment rights intact and lower taxes as well.

    So Don's suggestion is a good one, particularly for other MAGA fans still stuck in Northern Virginia and yearning to breathe free. Maybe WV is the next Florida. Without alligators and hurricanes, too. Who knew?

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  23. Finally: As an Eastern Panhandler (not sure that came out right) of WV, I advise any leftwing locusts considering a move here to just stay where you are. People around here have guns and know how to use them.

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  24. #12. Their target audience is the gullible. Lot's of them in the world which is why they banned cigarette ads.

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  25. 4. "Eleven blocks from the ocean...." He may as well live in WV.

    10. If Trump and DeSantis run Cruz will be 3rd.

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  26. ๐ˆ ๐ ๐ž๐ญ ๐ฉ๐š๐ข๐ ๐จ๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ $๐Ÿ๐Ÿ—๐ŸŽ ๐ฉ๐ž๐ซ ๐ก๐จ๐ฎ๐ซ ๐ฐ๐จ๐ซ๐ค๐ข๐ง๐  ๐Ÿ๐ซ๐จ๐ฆ ๐ก๐จ๐ฆ๐ž ๐ฐ๐ข๐ญ๐ก ๐Ÿ ๐ค๐ข๐๐ฌ ๐š๐ญ ๐ก๐จ๐ฆ๐ž. ๐ˆ ๐ง๐ž๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ ๐ญ๐ก๐จ๐ฎ๐ ๐ก๐ญ ๐ˆ'๐ ๐›๐ž ๐š๐›๐ฅ๐ž ๐ญ๐จ ๐๐จ ๐ข๐ญ ๐›๐ฎ๐ญ ๐ฆ๐ฒ ๐›๐ž๐ฌ๐ญ ๐Ÿ๐ซ๐ข๐ž๐ง๐ ๐ž๐š๐ซ๐ง๐ฌ ๐จ๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ“๐ค ๐š ๐ฆ๐จ๐ง๐ญ๐ก ๐๐จ๐ข๐ง๐  ๐ญ๐ก๐ข๐ฌ ๐š๐ง๐ ๐ฌ๐ก๐ž ๐œ๐จ๐ง๐ฏ๐ข๐ง๐œ๐ž๐ ๐ฆ๐ž ๐ญ๐จ ๐ญ๐ซ๐ฒ. ๐“๐ก๐ž ๐ฉ๐จ๐ญ๐ž๐ง๐ญ๐ข๐š๐ฅ ๐ฐ๐ข๐ญ๐ก ๐ญ๐ก๐ข๐ฌ ๐ข๐ฌ ๐ž๐ง๐๐ฅ๐ž๐ฌ๐ฌ.
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