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Friday, November 25, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: The New York Post reported, "A small but mighty hero rescued his 2-year-old sister after their Maryland apartment building went up in flames Tuesday evening.

"La’Prentis Doughty, 11, ran out of the Salisbury building after noticing the fire, but immediately rushed back up to the second floor when he realized little Loyalty was still inside, state fire marshals said.

"The boy, willing to put his life on the line for his sister, suffered 'very minor burns to his arm' after making his second escape."

The big brother said, "If I didn’t save my sister, I would be mad at myself because I could’ve saved her easily. I could have saved her, and I would risk my life for my sister."

God bless him and his sister.

ITEM 2: Breitbart reported, "On Wednesday’s broadcast of Newsmax TV’s Rob Schmitt Tonight, Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) argued that Republicans 'need to start telling people that it’s okay to vote by mail,' but drop it off themselves. And Republicans need to do a better job at ballot harvesting where they’re allowed to and say, 'these are the rules. We’re going to play by your rules and we’re going to beat you at your own rules.'"

This is the lesson of 2020.

Republicans may -- just may -- learn it by 2024.

ITEM 3: Just the News reported, "Enough Chinese-made recreational drones have been spotted in restricted airspace in the Washington, D.C. area to raise foreign espionage concerns among U.S. government agencies and lawmakers alike.

"The drones, which are manufactured by DJI and sold at major retailers, can be altered by users to override the geofencing limitations that prevent the devices from flying over sensitive locations. 

"According to a media report, hundreds of these drones have been detected recently in restricted airspace but U.S. officials, at this time, are not alleging that the Chinese government is directing them. The report noted, however, that DJI has received funding from investors tied to the Chinese government."

I am not worried about Red China's drones in DC.

I am worried about Red China's operatives in the White House, beginning with the Sniffer-in-Chief.

ITEM 4: James Woods has the perfect answer to an idiocy.

Every now and then, you must show them that you don't care what they think.

ITEM 5: The New York Post reported, "Semafor, a news site launched last month after getting a large infusion of cash from disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, has come under fire for staying mum about whether it will return the now-bankrupt crypto firm’s money.

"Bankman-Fried was reportedly an initial investor in the $25 million raised by Semafor’s founders — former Bloomberg Media CEO Justin Smith and former New York Times media columnist and Buzzfeed editor in chief Ben Smith.

"After FTX imploded and filed for bankruptcy this month, there have been calls for Semafor to return the cash."

SBF is the Jeff Epstein of crypto and many are the politicians and media outlets he bought off. Puck News reported that the list of media outlets he helped fund include the insufferably smug Pro-Publica and Vox.

ITEM 6: HuffPost reported, "The Denver Post has slammed Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) and other extremists across the nation for perpetuating the 'rhetoric that fuels fear and hate' against LGBTQ people following Saturday’s mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado."

The newspaper editorialized, "We are weary of writing versions of the same editorial over and over again. Thoughts and prayers do not end gun violence. Words matter. Hateful, intolerant speech has no place in public discourse."

The self-righteous newspaper owner ignored the fact that as a non-binary person, the suspected murderer is LGBTQ.

ITEM 7: Business Insider reported, "Just like Richard Fierro in Colorado Springs, data shows that 64 unarmed civilians have apprehended the gunman in mass shootings since 2000."

The number is likely higher among the armed. A good guy with a gun provides better protection than gun laws and the Uvalde Police Department.

ITEM 8: Fox reported, "Pennsylvania school district votes to defy law that would prohibit teaching any race is superior to another."

There's only one race. The human race.

ITEM 9: Newsmax reported, "Billionaire Elon Musk agreed that Twitter should release all internal discussions concerning the censoring of the New York Post's story that exposed information on Hunter Biden's laptop before the 2020 presidential election."

My guess is all roads lead to the DNC.

ITEM 10: Slay reported, "A top U.S. vaccine official has died suddenly, according to her family.

"Dr. Almyra Oveta Fuller, 67, was a leading virologist and member of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel.

"As part of her role on the FDA panel, Fuller voted in favor of granting emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 vaccines."

Her death feeds the conspiracy theory about the vaccine. 

ITEM 11: The New York Times reported, "How Do You Tell a Vandal From a Visitor? Art Museums Are Struggling."

Given that the artwork attacked so far has gone undamaged. perhaps museum staffers sympathetic to the communist "anti-oil" cause are helping the protesters.

ITEM 12Reuters reported, "A year-long study of the drainage system under the Colosseum has unearthed fragments of the bones of bears and big cats that were probably used to fight or as prey in hunting games in the ancient Roman arena, archaeologists said on Thursday.

"Other discoveries include more than 50 bronze coins from the late Roman period as well as a silver coin from around 170-171 AD to commemorate 10 years of rule of the emperor Marcus Aurelius, they added in a statement.

"Seeds from fruits such as figs, grapes and melons as well as traces of olives and nuts -- thought to indicate what spectators snacked on during shows -- were also recovered from the 2,000-year-old stone amphitheater."

I pity the archeologists in 4000 who find nothing but hypodermic needles and cloth masks in the sewers of San Francisco. They will think it was a giant hospital.

ITEM 13: The New York Times reported, "Pope Francis compares Russia's war against Ukraine to a devastating Stalin-era famine."

Wow, 90 years after the fact, NYT finally admits Stalin starved to death 6 million Ukrainians.

ITEM 14: UPI reported, "Winston, a French bulldog, was named Best in Show, at the 2022 National Dog Show Thursday."

He was fortunate in not having any oui-oui accidents.

ITEM 15WOWK reported, "A man from Eleanor who was shot by Putnam Sheriff’s deputies Wednesday has died from his wounds, officials said."

The story also said, "Sheriff Bobby Eggleton was involved in the incident and has placed himself on leave pending a West Virginia State Police investigation."

Whoa.

I trust it is an unpaid leave. Otherwise, he's just taking a vacation.

FINALLY, my wife and I had a nice and quiet Thanksgiving with enough leftovers to last a week.

I trust my readers also had a good one. I commiserate with the Lions, Giants and Patriots fans, of course.

74 comments:

  1. Wow, 90 years after the fact, NYT finally admits Stalin starved to death 6 million Ukrainians.""

    Back in the day, The Times supported Stalin, now they oppose Putin. I'm confused. I thought Putin was another Stalin.

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    1. Pope Francis compares Russia's war against Ukraine to a devastating Stalin-era famine."

      And the Red Pope supports Woke Atheist NATO nd Nazi-friendly Ukraine over Christian Russia. We live in interesting times.

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    2. Stalin, a Georgian, couldn't have done the mass starvation of Ukrainians without the help of Ukrainian Communists, like Khrushchev.
      But Stalin has been dug up from the grave ! He now counts votes, real or imagined, in U.S. elections.

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  2. ITEM 4: What is this about "white, birthing women are terrorists"? What are the idiots complaining about now?

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    1. A complainer’s got to complain. A racist’s got to be racist.

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    2. My Mom was a five time terrorist...God bless her!!!

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    3. More babble from the "perpetually outraged" crowd.

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    4. My Twitter comment would have been " How were you able to make this post, as it is clear that you are presently strapped to a padded wall in a lunatic asylum. Did you dictate this to a nurse?"

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    5. #Richard Hertz ... Your mother was a birthing terrorist piker. My mother was also a five time terrorist .. and then she had me .. and then three more!!

      Which makes nine, I think
      Sometimes I lose count

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    6. My mother had 9, too, Lennie, but with three sets of fraternal twins, she was only a six-time terrorist.

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  3. 2: The next big thing that the Left will promote is vote-by-internet.

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  4. I could have saved her, I would risk my life for my sister."

    Not newsworthy. It's the job of boys to protect/save the family, for which they get no credit from the feminazis.

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    1. That is why it is news worthy.

      You cannot counter propaganda by merely criticizing it.

      You must provide reality events that counter their fantasy, fabrications.

      Post a link to your blog, so we can see how you do it.

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    2. Many who run back into a burning building without breathing apparatus never come back out. It’s usually the smoke that gets them. He was an incredibly brave and lucky boy.

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    3. It is newsworthy since it's so rare these days and younger people need to learn how things are suppose to be.

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    4. Deplorable California Refugee in IdahoNovember 25, 2022 at 1:40 PM

      It’s also newsworthy since he is 11 years old, he knew it was risky, he felt he could do it, and that his sister was worth the risk. These days when the establishment is telling us we have to have safe spaces to protect people from words, this little man shows the way.

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    5. Amen. He actually thought about it and knew he could do it. Beats all the snowflakes of a few generations.

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  5. #5 I don’t know if it is currently the law, but there was a time when the bankruptcy laws allowed the courts to force the recipients of “preferences” to recover recent payments by the bankrupt entity. This process was intended to prevent a failing company, in advance of filing bankruptcy, from paying some preferred recipients to the exclusion of others. If that is still the law it may be possible for the bankruptcy court to force the politicians and other beneficiaries of SPF to return his “donations.”

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    1. That is still the bankruptcy law. 11 USC 547

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  6. Vaccine conspiracy? Is Don denying there are major unanswered questions surrounding the vaccines?

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    1. The vaccine conspiracy is not in question, the theories are as to who is behind it. Is WHO behind it? Is China behind it? Are the global population reduction nuts like Bill Gates behind it? Fauci knows, will he reveal the truth before he dies? Would Almyra Fuller have revealed the truth if she'd had a little more time?

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    2. Just saw an article about Fauci. He's being deposed as part of a lawsuit. Basically, he can't remember anything, lol. So I wouldn't expect any deathbed confessions later.

      https://legalinsurrection.com/2022/11/fauci-deposition-report-he-cant-recall-practically-anything-dealing-with-his-covid-response/

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    3. The death of Dr. Almyra Oveta Fuller is entirely explainable.

      Russian disinformation.

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    5. Knob, he's being ironic. Quote marks ("conspiracy theory") would have prevented the misunderstandings.

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  7. ITEM 2: Don, just how slow on the uptake are you pal? The issue isn’t that Republicans need to ballot harvest to match democrats! The issue is the cheating they do by switching votes and adding in ballots they create to make sure they win.

    Dude you are definitely an election fraud denier. How many bricks does it take to fall on your head?

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    1. Get surber his bentley.

      Then hold a ton of bricks over it and threaten to drop them, if he does not prove he has gotten it.

      Bet that would work.

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    2. You know, Anon, whenever I want to be persuasive, that's exactly the same thing I say to someone --- "Joe, just how slow on the uptake are you pal?" It works every single time!

      (The person I'm speaking to, unnecessarily offended, is instantly convinced that exactly the opposite of what I'm saying makes the most sense).

      Anon, keep up the good work. And keep calling people "dude." Contrary to what you've heard, that's the way to win friends and influence people.

      ["con•de•scend ... verb... to show feelings of superiority; be patronizing. Similar: [to] patronize; treat condescendingly; speak condescendingly to... talk down to; ... look down on; put down ... Opposite: [to] respect."]

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    3. So, don reed, (perchance you got a sister named donna?), do you use this technique to declare the opposite of what younseek to persuade, then chuckle, softly, when the response is to insist that you are wrong, and argue the opposite of the opposite you did?

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  8. Item 15: Unpaid leave, you funny Don.

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  9. Item 2: The problem with ballot harvesting is that registered Democrats who don't vote are concentrated in Democrat hellholes, while registered Republicans who don't vote are dispersed across greater distances.

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    1. Very true. Harvesting needs to be just one arrow in the quiver.

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    2. Exactly, SL--just one arrow in the quiver. Nowhere near sufficient by itself.
      TeaPartyGal

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    3. Democrat/Republican, doesn't matter. As long as it's not a primary election, all you need is a ton of people that will go to these hellholes with a shitload of $20's...

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    4. What are you really asking when you ask a RINO to stop being a Democrat? You are asking the bastard to give up all the money that comes from voting with the Democrats. How likely is that to happen? The only solution is to have them absent from the scene or to frighten the absolute shit out of them. So, let's work on that.

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    5. We need to get rid of the machines capable of *weighted voting. There are some places that cant give you the number of actual voters because with weighted voting, a vote for a Dem is 1.2 votes, a vote for a Rep is 0.8 as an example. Need a vote to = a vote. Period. Plus NO dead people voters.
      ~tj

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  10. #2: since the 2022 election, Newsmax hosts (I haven't watched Fox since the November 2020 steal) are all silent on the obvious election fraud especially in AZ. It seems ALL media are pushing narrative that our elections are fine; the dems just did a better job of ballot harvesting. Bullshit! We can't fix this fraud until we admit there's a REAL problem. And no, I don't think Murkowski wins ALASKA because of rank choice voting either. Nor did she get enough write in votes in 2016. Pure fraud

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    1. 2016 was fraud for the Kow. 2022 - with ranked choice, those who voted for the democrat candidate put the Kow as second choice. Easy win for her. The fraud is the ranked choice voting.

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  11. ITEM 10: Her death feeds the conspiracy theory about the vaccine? Are you freaking kidding me? So all these people suddenly dropping dead all over the world are not connected to the experimental drug that was never properly vetted? So the excess mortality rate in which life insurers are paying 40%-80% more death benefits since 2021 are just a big old coincidence? It’s no theory but the deadly vaccine is definitely a conspiracy to kill people.

    The only people that took an experimental drug, rushed to market primarily by the most criminally fined corporation in US history are those devoid of critical thinking skills. But, you do you.

    I suppose, according to you, the vaccines are safe and effective too? 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

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    1. Most only the submissives, for their varieties of reasons.

      And stop calling it a vax/vaccine. It ain't.

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    2. Anon, you have it exactly right. On the topic of the COVID vaxx there is no doubt or “theory,” it is killing people. One day we will learn that more people have died and are dying from the vaxx than from COVID. And that was the plan.

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    3. Quackcine, nuff said.
      Jimok, that day has come. The lamestream media are ignoring it.

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  12. 7 - a strange article.

    The subduer was an army vet who put his training to use. He was at the club with his wife and daughter. I thought it was a gay club. Apparently not 100%. Who knows. Maybe not even 50%.

    The article is pro-intervention by unarmed people but not by armed people. “ According to ALERRT's director of research Hunter Martaindale, the probability of a civilian taking down an attacker is a little over 10%. In fact, the Department of Homeland Security recommends that civilians attempt to take down a gunman if they're close by, like Fierro did. However, if a civilian is armed, then the situation is much more complicated.

    "There are plenty of incidents where people are armed but pulling out that weapon and shooting at that moment might cause more harm," he told Slate in an interview.”

    64 in 23 years is less than 3 a year. They didn’t give the number of times a gunman was subdued by an armed civilian. I know it is much more than 64 times a year.

    Business Insider is a liberal propaganda site.

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    1. Saw his booking photos. He had the snot beaten out him. Heck of a job. Well done, he was.
      So, makes one wonder, which media nozzle squeals about civilian/ police brutality first?

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    2. Since he was in a gay bar, the people who beat him up were part of the alphabet crowd. The media wont say a word.

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  13. #4: Only link I could find is this one: https://ifunny.co/picture/alyx-goldberg-3-minute-read-white-birthing-women-are-terrorists-OhC4ZQyd8

    The consensus is that its a parody post. It works because that's the kind of drivel far-left rags would produce and copies the splash art common amongst those publications.

    In short, it appears James was had - as was our Don.

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    1. Not so fast:

      https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/27/opinion/racism-white-women.html

      Lots more of that type of stuff if you look.

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  14. 15 - we watch a lot of old crime movies and police shows. Currently, we are binging on Naked City. We watch a lot of the old Dragnet, including the original series from the 50s. It is an excellent show. One thing I notice is that the cops shoot to kill. They shoot a lot. They kill a lot. Then, go right back to work.
    In Dragnet, they always give the results of the trial. The sentences were swift and severe. Many sentences to death were already executed. Thieves were put away for years.

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  15. FINALLY - food was great. Leftovers galore!! Giants lost but Mississippi State won. All in all, a fantastic day.

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    1. The season begins. Traditional...I got up and cued up "Sleigh Ride" by the Ronettes. Hal Blaine blasting into the rock beat...Ronnie singing "togetha with you". Then followed with "Little Saint Nick" and Brian's incredible falsetto.

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  16. #2. Nope, absolutely wrong. The only way to restore confidence in government is to arrest, try, then execute all the fraudsters.
    One man, one vote, one day, photo ID and paper ballots. Have a camera at every location and photograph the ID of every one who votes.

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  17. Good food went with my friend and her dad to the community Thanksgiving.
    Helped to weather the second anniversary of my dear wife's passing on the same day. Weather beautiful, 50f. Blessed. 2DC

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  18. When police officers are involved in a shooting they are all put on paid leave. It's not a vacation. They need to be part of the investigation and need help mentally to get over the shooting.
    Not a laughing matter.

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  19. The government should resurrect a campaign that it ran back in the days of Smokey the Bear. "Only you can prevent forest fires to be replaced with "Only you can prevent Gun Violence"

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  20. ITEM 2
    And Republicans need to do a better job at ballot harvesting where they’re allowed to and say, 'these are the rules. We’re going to play by your rules and we’re going to beat you at your own rules.'"

    This is the lesson of 2020.

    Republicans may -- just may -- learn it by 2024.
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    Click the link below, the article is way more than the snippet I'm adding.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2022/11/21/the-core-battle-within-the-republican-party/

    When you understand why the national economic outlook of the President is so important, you can also understand why every political candidate is told not to discuss it by the handlers and campaign managers who are essentially selling their candidate to a millionaire and billionaire donor class who do not want an America-First economic policy agenda.
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    Let me emphasize the key point. The Republican Party is not positioning to win the 2024 election.

    The people in control of Republican Club do not care who is in the White House, that is a secondary objective. What they care about right now is controlling the Republican corporation and stopping the hostile takeover.

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  21. ITEM 6: HuffPost reported, "The Denver Post has slammed ... and other extremists across the nation for perpetuating
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    I'm growing weary of typing - "the far left fascist stenographers of the dictatorial radical left". But hey DP, you do you and I'll bring recognition to your real purposes.

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  22. ITEM 8: Fox reported, "Pennsylvania school district votes to defy law that would prohibit teaching any race is superior to another."

    There's only one race. The human race.
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    Pa should also enact a law that when a public entity such as a school board, decides to unlawfully ignore the law, they are personally responsible for any lawsuits or judgements resulting from that decision.
    Want to see the big damp humiliation spots on the front of their pants? Enact the above.

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    1. Yep and if they disobey the laws, they lose federal funding.

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  23. ITEM 3: I've been looking for a non-commie drone equivalent to the DJI. Preferably US made, but definitely not PRC. Already got the Chinese Lung Rot from them, that's enough.

    ITEM 6: It's time the Denver Post and other extremists across the nation stop perpetuating the 'rhetoric that fuels fear and hate' against non-LGBTQ people across the country. Words matter. Hateful, intolerant speech has no place in public discourse.

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  24. Biden says selling semi-auto guns to American citizens is insane, yet giving fully automatic firearms, grenades, handheld rockets, .50 cal machine guns etc to Ukrainians, Iraqis, Afghanis, etc etc etc is totally copacetic?

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    1. Sure.

      None are democrat voters, nor can they easily be made to be.

      (Yes, I set 'em up.... Now you knock 'em down....)

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  26. ITEM 10: ... "A top U.S. vaccine official has died suddenly ... "Dr. Almyra Oveta Fuller, 67, was a leading virologist and member of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel. ... Fuller voted in favor of granting emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 vaccines."

    1) They're always described as "leading" or "award-winning" or some other PR cliche-claptrap, mandatory adjective.

    2) As I have said repeatedly for the past 18 months, no one will pay ANY attention to the deaths (100,000 now? 250,000?) UNTIL IT HAPPENS TO THE CELEBRITIES.

    Voila.

    3) Not a single member of the House of Representatives or the U.S. Senate has keeled over yet. What were they injected with, if anything?

    4) Note the necessary quote marks, inserted to indicate the irony of the statement:

    "Her death feeds the 'conspiracy theory' about the vaccine."

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    1. A congressman did have a teenage daughter "die suddenly" last month. Hopefully close enough for something to be done

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    2. Quite doubtful. The congressman is utterly oblivious as to why she expired.

      And since we can now retroactively abolish the statute of limitations and prosecute people on the basis of testimony sans physical evidence, people of his ilk must be aware that we can now abolish the immunity granted to lawmakers who sanctioned genocide in the name of "science," which is another reason why he'll never own up.

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  27. ITEM 2: You can delete my comments as often as you wish DS, but we both know you are another spineless election fraud denier!

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  28. 13) Actually they didn't. The NYT just said a Stalin era famine. You know, just placing it on a timeline.

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  29. Item 10: it's only a conspiracy theory until it's proven to be conspiracy fact. Read some other substacks, Don, like Meryl Nass, Steve Kirsch, Alex Berenson, Emerald Robinson, etc., etc. There is a small but dedicated core of people investigating deeply and reporting on it. I can understand not wanting to buy into it because you took the shot. But the shot is dangerous, unlike the disease it supposedly prevents, which has roughly a 99% survival rate for the people without co-morbidities. Take a look at the insurance data on excess deaths, since the shot was introduced. Take a look at how many more miscarriages there have been since then. Take a look at how much the birth rate is falling in highly vaccinated people groups (which of course means the younger people still in child rearing age). Look into the much greater incidence of myocarditis, especially among those in their 40's and under. Look at the sudden spike in cancers since the shot was introduced. This is a worldwide calamity, purposefully introduced by evil people through their governments.

    Yes, God is still on His throne and He allowed this. What does He want us to do in response? What should I be doing, what should you be doing, what should we all be doing? It has to be a combination of prayer, words, and action, however He calls each one of us. And thank you, Don, for all that you do. God bless!

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