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Saturday, November 27, 2021

Omicron moves Waukesha off the front page

The yard apes in the media went bonkers on Friday promoting the new, improved covid called Omicron. The rollout include a dip in the stock market and a presidential ban on travel from major African countries. The Karen governor of New York cancelled all elective surgeries.

The New York Times offered as proof, "U.K. confirms two cases of Omicron coronavirus variant." 

America did not steal the land or enslave Africans

For the Thanksgiving weekend, the black nationalist communists at BLM trotted out the lie that white people stole the land from the Indians and stole slaves from Africa.

In both cases, the white settlers paid for them. The Indians sold the land. Africans sold the slaves. The African slave market in Ghana had been going on for a thousand years before Europeans began purchasing them to work in the New World.

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Who wore it better?

Friday, November 26, 2021

Branch Covidians ramp up the fear again

Reuters reported, "Belgium detected Europe's first confirmed case of the new variant of covid-19 on Friday, and at the same time announced measures aimed at curbing a rapidly spreading fourth wave of coronavirus infections."

NYT fears Democrats will again pay for Obama

Ten months before Obama left office, NPR ran a report on how much damage he did to his own party.

It said, "Every president sees his party lose hundreds of positions — it's the price a party holding the White House pays — but no president has come close to Obama. During Obama's eight years in office, the Democrats have lost more House, Senate, state legislative and governors seats than under any other president.

"When Obama took office, there were 60 Democratic senators; now there are 46. The number of House seats held by Democrats has shrunk from 257 to 188.

"There are now nine fewer Democratic governors than in 2009. Democrats currently hold fewer elected offices nationwide than at any time since the 1920s."

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Now that Thanksgiving is out of the way, we can get down to business. 'Tis the season for Hallmark movies. Fa-la-la-la-la.

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Erasing the Waukesha Massacre in real time

It is the headline that may have flipped Debra Messing red. The Washington Post reported, "Here's what we know so far on the sequence of events that led to the Waukesha tragedy caused by a SUV."

USA 3, BLM 0

Our blessings are many on this Thanksgiving Day. Today is a good day for all of America to thank the Lord that the British settled here and founded our judicial system because there is none better in the world.

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Happy Thanksgiving. The Lord has blessed me in so many ways. I am grateful for our grandson, our children, our son-in-law and our daughter-in-law, and for my many, many readers. I won the lottery when I was born in America, and I hit the jackpot when I married Lou Ann.

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Media does not want our trust

Media-ite reported on a petty fight between WaPo and CNN over Russiagate, a conspiracy between Obama and the media to lie about Trump in order to spy on Trump.

Biden's failing covid program

Campaigning for president, Biden blamed Trump for covid and called his response to covid criminal.

The New York Times reported today, "Despite vaccines, the U.S. has lost more lives to covid this year than last."

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ITEM 1: Reuters reported, "A New York trial judge on Tuesday extended a ban keeping the New York Times from publishing some materials concerning the conservative activist group Project Veritas, a restriction the newspaper said violated decades of First Amendment protections.