Despite repeated demonstrations that the Brandon administration intends to enforce vaccine mandates (and they haven't actually managed to really do anything on this regard, at least officially), their already illegal activity is faced by a judge's decision to block the vaccine mandates on the grounds that "The COVID-19 vaccines do not prevent transmission of the disease among the vaccinated or mixed vaccinated/unvaccinated populations."
Gotta say, that's the first time I've ever heard the term "mixed vaccinated." That concept just makes so little sense to me, I could hardly believe it exists. Of course, this is with the implication that one jab of the vaccine isn't enough to count one as "vaccinated", and in the near future, will likely also include anyone who has gotten two jabs but not the "booster" shot, because, as we know, Fascist Fauci gets to change the definition of things like "vaccine", "cases", "deaths", etc.
At any rate, Louisiana U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty blocked the federal vaccine mandate for health care workers last week, a stepping stone to what can easily lead to a broader ban on the mandate itself regardless of circumstance.
In his ruling, the judge made the obvious and logical assertion that the Left selectively either ignores or outright demonizes: "If boosters are needed six months after being 'fully vaccinated,' then how good are the COVID-19 vaccines, and why is it necessary to mandate them?"
This is a question that the Left hates being asked because it directly challenges, with sound logic, the reasoning behind getting not only one, but two or three or four jabs to "combat" a virus which is no worse than seasonal flu (and which conveniently and mysteriously has made seasonal flu all but disappear completely).
If you were to ask this question to a Leftist, they will either call you a conspiracy theorist, a racist, or a "science denier", or a combination of the three. All ad hominem attacks which are the very embodiment of a lost argument.
Yet, these are the kinds of questions people in important positions, such as federal judges, are asking and which the communists will have to answer, if they even can find a reasonable one.
The complainant in this case provided evidence based on Dr. Peter McCullough's declaration that the vaccines don't prevent transmission amongst any population, and that "Mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for hospitals do not increase safety for employees or hospital patients. McCullough declared that additional treatment with other drugs and supplements has resulted in an 85% reduction in hospitalizations and death of high-risk individuals presenting with COVID-19."
This declaration, particularly regarding the lack of prevention of transmission of the virus, is also backed up by other research from Europe, specifically regarding the efficacy of vaccine passports. An investigation by experts in Spain concluded that "vaccine passports have no significant impact on reducing COVID-19 infection rates," according to Summit News. The study found that ordering people to show proof of vaccination in order to enter venues "is not reducing levels of transmission." Even worse, the investigation found that vaccine passport systems "contribute to a false impression that vaccinated people do not get infected," when in actuality, "around 40 per cent of those vaccinated are susceptible to infection and transmitting the infection."
The vaccine doesn't prevent transmission of the virus, something which has been known for a while now, the mandates are entirely illogical as a result of that, and vaccine passport systems don't work in any significant way and only mislead people into believing that getting the vaccine means they are immune to the virus (a fact which, were this any other vaccine for any other disease, would lead to federal regulators to scrap the production of the vaccines because they are, at best, doing absolutely nothing). As the judge said in his ruling: "In other words, even if you are fully vaccinated, you still may become infected with the COVID-19 virus."
The ruling continued with: "Although CMS spent pages and pages attempting to explain the need for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines, when infection and hospitalizations rates are dropping, millions of people have already been infected, developing some form of natural immunity, and when people who have been fully vaccinated still become infected, mandatory vaccines as the only method of prevention make no sense."
Thank the Lord for sound, rational judges like Doughty. Seeing as the vaccines don't prevent transmission, it makes no sense whatsoever to assert that they are not only a means of prevention, but are the ONLY VALID source of prevention. This is like saying that mechanics don't fix houses and someone comes along and says that ONLY mechanics can fix houses.
Furthermore, a CDC study found that, when there was an outbreak of the "Delta" variant in a federal hospital between July and August of 2021, there was no significant difference in transmission potential between vaccinated and unvaccinated people who had the virus. The Left may claim that the independent studies by researchers which don't support the narrative are a bunch of conspiracy theory hoopla, but they absolutely cannot say the same if it comes from a CDC study or other "reputable" sources which are like churches to them, at least if they want to keep asserting the "credibility" of such sources.
The vaccines don't work, the passport system doesn't work, and the vaccine mandates are not only illogical but outright tyrannical. Even if the vaccines did everything they were advertised of doing, namely protecting you from the virus, and didn't cause any sort of harm whatsoever, it'd still be immoral to issue a vaccine mandate. Matter of fact, it wouldn't even be seen as necessary because just about everyone would at least be open to getting it. But because we have seen that it does nothing at best and can outright kill people in horrible ways at worst, most people don't want to get them (and no, I have no reason to believe Brandon when he says we're at somewhere like 70% vaccinated). It's in large part because this is toxic poison that people don't want to get them and why tyrants like Brandon feel compelled to try and FORCE people into taking poison.
Thankfully, there are still plenty of people out there willing to fight back against this insanity and having the ability to actually do something about it materially.
Let the mandate die, and the vaccines along with it.
"Blessed are they who observe justice, who do righteousness at all times!"
The fight for our Republic will always be a worthwhile one, and when it is in jeopardy, even if it appears as though the bad guys have won, it is imperative to fight until we are victorious. For if we give up the fight today, we will never get another chance in the future.
This is something that Mike Lindell understands perfectly well. He knows that if we don't fix 2020, there will be no 2022, 2024 or other future elections in which we could have a fair and free election, nevermind even the chance of winning whatsoever.
And so, roughly a year after the failed Texas lawsuit in which roughly 20 other states took part, Mike Lindell has sought to raise a complaint with the Supreme Court directly to challenge the election results on even better grounds than the Texas one, which already had a very solid ground to begin with.
The complaint is about 80 pages long (not counting the exhibits) and, naturally, is quite legally technical, bringing up a number of constitutional articles and clauses which can be very confusing for non-legal experts.
So to help with that regard, Attorney-at-Law Kurt Olsen appeared with Mike Lindell and Brannon Howse on Frank Speech to give as simple a summary as can realistically be given for such a subject matter.
Olsen begins by explaining that this complaint is largely a model for what state AGs ought to do to challenge the 2020 election results: "What we have presented is a model complaint for the state AGs that lays out the case as to why the November 2020 election should not stand. There are four significant differences in this complaint compared to the complaint that was filed by the State of Texas in December of last year. We have: New defendants and claims against those defendants. Those new defendants are the United States and then the officers of the United States: The President, the Vice President, Speaker of the House, the Attorney General and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate."
He continues: "We have brought claims under Article IV of the Constitution, the Guarantee clause, which provides that the United States shall provide for a Republican form of government, which as alleged in the complaint: a stolen election is not a Republican form of government. And we've also alleged violations of the Take Care clause, that's Article II, and that is simply that these officers have a duty to making sure that the laws of the United States are faithfully executed. And in this election, they were not."
"One point to talk about," Olsen adds, "the Article II claims, which is the same claim that was asserted last time. It's important to recognize that when you hear in the media that these are, you know, these complaints were baseless claims of election fraud, that's just simply ignoring the claims in the complaint and the actual facts. Because it is a fact that as of October of 2020, there were four Supreme Court Justices who wanted to take up a case involving Article II violations, in that particular situation was in Pennsylvania, when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, by fiat, ruled that ballots could be counted after the statutory deadline of November 3rd, 8 P.M. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court said 'you can keep counting ballots even if they're not postmarked, they're not signed, you can do that through November 6th.'"
"At that time, Justice Ginsburg had passed away and the Court was at eight justices on it. There was a claim by the Republican Party of Pennsylvania to stay that decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Four Justices wanted to take that case up and for the Justices to rule on that, they had to believe that the plaintiffs... would likely succeed on the merit. So this is a long way of saying that the claims under Article II, there are four Supreme Court Justices who want to rule on whether these changes to election law by non-legislative actors, such as courts, such as officers, violate Article II of the constitution."
"In terms of the three remaining new issues, we have new arguments for standing. You may recall that in December of last year the Supreme Court dismissed the Texas case... saying that there was no standing on behalf of Texas. And we have two new arguments on that, which we think are very sound. One of which could not have been made before, and that is: Now that the Georgia runoff election resulted in the U.S. Senate being split 50/50, and Kamala Harris is the deciding vote, that all the states have standing to bring an action because of that. Because, as alleged in the complaint, now- Vice President Kamala Harris was not legitimately elected. And because she has the tie-breaking vote, all states now have an injury as a result of that."
Quickly commenting on that last bit, and to give a bit of a break between whole blocks of quotes, you really have to marvel at the way God works sometimes. God made it so that, following this sham election, the Left would try to do the same in Georgia's runoff election, and they got their wish there. And yet, that very result is part of the case as to why now EVERY state can claim injury to the fraudulent election results, due to Harris being the tie-breaking vote in a Senate which is split evenly. Last year, one argument made was that Texas could not have enough weight to sway an entire election based on injury (nevermind the fact it was stolen, I guess), because any state could therefore make a similar claim and we'd never have a sitting President.
Well, now, every single state can claim injury because of the result of the election in the form of whole federal laws being approved by an illegitimate tie-breaking vote. Of course, not every state is going to claim injury, but every state that could claim it now can, as opposed to simply joining Texas' case on the Lone Star State's behalf.
Their cheating in the Georgia runoff elections has seemingly come to bite them in the rear, and so will them cheating in 2020.
At any rate, getting back to Olsen:
"The other basis for standing that has been alleged is that the constitution is a compact amongst the peoples of the state. Everybody in each state agreed to play by the same rules. Because accepting the facts in the complaint [unintelligible] true, which the court must, the electoral count would be below 270. As a consequence, every state has a right under the 12th Amendment to demand an election pursuant to the 12th Amendment... for the President and the Vice President."
"The next distinction in this case is that we have a plethora of new evidence and facts since December. On September 24th, 2021, we had the results of the Maricopa audit. On October, you had the [unintelligible] county sheriff refer felony criminal charges against the Wisconsin election, saying that the election laws in Wisconsin were not just broken, they were, quote, 'shattered'. You have the Wisconsin legislative audit bureau issue a damning report, finding tens of thousands of ballots that were irregular or, I would argue, illegal. So, for example, there were over 50,000 new registered voters whose identification didn't even match what was on file at the Wisconsin election commission. Such things as 'the names weren't the same.' Obvious things that would raise questions of illegality. This is all new information."
"You have new court decisions. So, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled, after our Supreme Court dismissed the Texas case, that guidance given by the Wisconsin election commission [unintelligible], which involves potentially over 160,000 ineligible voters, that that guidance was unlawful. In Michigan, you have a Michigan court rule in March of 2021, that the Secretary of State guidance there, doing away with signature verification requirements, was unlawful. So you have a host of new facts, new developments, new findings, all that make this complaint materially different than the case that was filed in December 2020."
"The last thing that is materially different: The cover-up. There is evidence that the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors destroyed election records, and they tried to block the audit every step of the way, and destroyed these election records, apparently, after the court in Arizona ruled that that audit must go forward... There is also evidence of destruction of election records in Georgia that Voter DA, a grassroots activist group, filed a Freedom of Information Act request, got emails when they requested ballot images that those ballots no longer existed. And Voter DA also produced emails which are cited in the complaint that the Director of Elections in Georgia gave guidance saying 'hey, it's okay to go destroy the ballot images that existed on the disks or the Dominion voting machines.'"
"We also have in Georgia recent developments were a renowned computer science professor has raised the warnings that he can hack into these machines and steal votes. And the judge in that case sealed his 25,000 word report despite him begging the judge release it to the cyber infrastructure and information security agency to fix these problems. And these problems go beyond just Georgia, [the professor] says that these vulnerabilities go to 16 states, including Georgia. Now, what he doesn't say in that report, which is quite interesting, he is saying that this situation so dire and so urgent that [unintelligible] need to be notified so they can fix these problems before the 2022 election. But what he glosses over is: those same problems apparently existed during the 2020 election."
He finishes with: "These are bombshell developments that are just proving out that the case that Texas brought originally was only meritorious. The idea that these were baseless allegations, it never was, the allegations were incredibly strong back then, but they've only gotten stronger."
The only people who still claim that 2020 was not stolen are those who were involved in the theft, those who benefited from the theft, and those who want to pretend as though it's impossible to steal elections or simply don't want to look at the facts and will consider anyone who brings them up to be crazy conspiracy theorists.
But the facts of the 2020 election were clear from the very beginning: Joe Biden and the Democrats were stealing the election right before our eyes. We hoped they wouldn't succeed, and we hope that they won't get away with it now.
And with how more people are more likely to believe Biden stole the election now than last year (in part, likely, to how awful he has been as Occupier), it's only a matter of time until justice is served.
"Therefore the Lord waits to be gracious to you, and therefore He exalts Himself to show mercy to you. For the Lord is a God of justice; blessed are all those who wait for Him."
To further prove that science has become something of a religion to the Left, we have Anthony Fauci basically making Messianic proclamations with relation to it during a recent interview with CBS News' "Face The Nation".
It is, of course, no secret that Fauci has lied and deceived the entire world with baseless claims regarding the Chinese coronavirus - lies which have led to millions of deaths (namely from the vaccines he continuously claims are "safe and effective") - and even lied to Congress regarding gain-of-function research in Wuhan.
He is a proven liar and likely sees the writing on the wall: he's screwed. Both Senators Cruz and Paul have repeatedly called for him to step down and be prosecuted for his lies, which Fauci claimed on this interview was just "noise." However, he eventually says something so inherently stupid and unrelated to the topic of the virus and science itself that it makes me wonder if he's panicking.
Before I get to that, however, let me share the line he said which gives off "I am the Senate" vibes: "They're really criticizing science because I represent science. That's dangerous." Later adding: "If you're attacking me, you're really attacking science."
Any scientist who claims to either represent science or essentially BE science is nothing short of a religious zealot making Messianic claims. Plenty of people throughout history have made the claim that they were the actual Messiah, the actual Christ. People like Sabbatai Zevi, a rabbi from Smyrma who lived during the rule of the Ottoman Empire; Dositheos the Samaritan, who tried to convince fellow Samaritans that he was the return of Jesus Christ; Hulon Mitchell Jr., who changed his name to Yahweh ben Yahweh and was a black nationalist and separatist who created the Nation of Yahweh and orchestrated the murder of dozens of people.
And now, we have Anthony Fauci, essentially making the claim that he is science incarnate. Nevermind the fact that science is merely the search for the truth of the universe, exploring how a number of things work. The Left, like I said, has outright deified science, made it into a religion, sought to punish dissenters as heretics, and now, they have their Science Messiah.
It's bullcrap and no one with a brain would either believe or support this self-aggrandizing moron.
But aside from this ridiculous, Messianic-like assertion that he is science itself, Fauci went on to talk about the calls from Cruz and Paul for him to step down and be prosecuted. While earlier he had said it was just "noise," he gave what one could consider to be a panicky statement.
You see, the interviewer said: "Sen. Cruz told the Attorney General you should be prosecuted." To which Fauci replied: "[Laughs] I should be prosecuted? What happened on January 6th, Senator?... That's okay, I'm just gonna do my job. I'm gonna be saving lives, and [Republicans] are gonna be lying."
While the interviewer brought up the prosecution calls from Cruz, he is the one who inexplicably and warrantlessly brought up January 6th. What, does he think Cruz should be prosecuted for January 6th? Even going along with the audacious claim that it was a "terrorist attack", what role did Cruz play in it? He was in the House Chamber, likely planning to object to the certification of the electors so that Biden couldn't steal the election. Exactly which part of that does it sound like he had anything to do with people (including FBI and other Fed agents trying to incite a riot, who were identified and not prosecuted) going into the Capitol building?
Either that, or he believes that because other people committed crimes on January 6th, then that means that HE hasn't committed any crimes himself, which is even more ridiculous.
Whatever the case may be, that appears to be the statement of a man who knows he's losing control and will have to face his own version of a Nuremberg trial.
And these statements, of course, did not go unnoticed by Paul and Cruz.
Senator Rand Paul responded with: "The absolute hubris of someone claiming THEY represent science. It's astounding and alarming that a public health bureaucrat would even think to claim such a thing, especially one who has worked so hard to ignore the science of natural immunity."
Senator Cruz gave a longer response, making his case for why Fauci is an absolute liar and should be prosecuted, bringing up Fauci's testimony before Congress that the NIH was not involved in gain-of-function research and countering that with the NIH itself writing that they funded gain-of-function research, meaning that Fauci lied under oath, a federal crime.
Even an award-winning scientist, Richard H. Ebright, repeatedly called out Fauci for lying, saying he is a "serial liar" and even called him a "tool".
The Left's Religion of Science is, of course, nothing but a farce which borrows the authority of scientific research itself to make unscientific claims and admonish those who point out the truth to them. God will destroy this fake little religion that hates Him. Of this, we are all aware.
"You destroy those who speak lies; the Lord abhors the bloodthirsty and deceitful man."
It’s been a while since I have talked about a Campus Reform video, but their latest one is quite intriguing.
Campus Reform’s Addison Smith went to Georgetown University in Washington D.C. to ask students their thoughts on higher prices due to inflation affecting Thanksgiving.
He began the video by talking about how “Last year, Americans enjoyed the least expensive Thanksgiving dinner in decades. Just one year later, and on the heels of sky-high inflation, reports warn that this time around could be the most costly Thanksgiving feast in American history.”
One year is all Brandon needed to take us from the cheapest Thanksgiving ever to the most expensive one. I’d be impressed if I weren’t so pissed.
At any rate, throughout the video, Smith asks the students their thoughts on the rising prices, inflation and the economy in general. And while many largely weren’t paying much attention to these things, everyone ultimately agreed not only that inflation is pretty bad right now (particularly after being told that the price for Turkey is up 22% and gas is up 50% since last year), but that the situation was better under President Trump than under Brandon. Even one who didn’t want to admit this to be true couldn’t deny that it was true.
This is particularly bad for Brandon given that college students tend to be Leftists, or at least rather liberal, and typically vote for Democrats. Not ONE of these students could deny that Brandon has made things worse in the months that he has illegitimately been in power. This is rather reflective of the awful poll numbers even Leftist polls show for the child predator.
But the fake news media, as I have said in a previous article, will either minimize the damage of the Bidenflation we are seeing or will outright gaslight you into believing that things are going well. MSNBC’s Joy Reid has somehow managed to do both.
In one of her latest segments, Lying Joy Reid made the claim that inflation was just a “buzzword bandwagon” by Republicans, adding that the GOP wants people “to believe the economy isn’t doing well, that’s terrible. But, in reality, unemployment is at its lowest point since before the pandemic began,” and absurdly claims that that it’s okay that “prices are higher” because “Americans are also spending a record amount of money that was pent up during the pandemic, which economics 101 will tell you drives prices up, aka inflation.”
This idiot is really out here trying to tell us that we have inflation because people are spending more money and that creates inflation. That we have inflation because we have inflation.
What, there is high inflation and Americans are spending a record amount of money? I wonder if those two things are related in any way. Hmm.
But it’s not just that bit of idiocy that made up her moronic segment. After claiming that it’s okay that we have inflation because Americans are spending more money and unemployment is the lowest since the pandemic began (tens of millions lost their jobs, so this is far from an accomplishment. Not to mention millions are not even looking for work anymore because they either adapted to a new/better source of income or are content with dependency on government stimulus, so the real unemployment rate is far higher than these people claim), she then went on to blame AMERICAN CONSUMERS for the lowest consumer confidence in a decade and for believing that we are in a bad economy.
“[T]hat conflict between how much we want to spend and what we can get into our hands quickly is contributing to how pessimistic many Americans feel about the economy. Consumer confidence is its lowest in a decade.”
So it’s people’s fault that they think we have a bad economy, not the fact we have a bad economy. People want to spend their money and are disillusioned by the fact prices are much higher than under Trump, and it’s THEIR fault?
Hilariously, she then goes on to say: “So – so, the economy isn’t bad. It’s just that people are mad because everything is late and things cost a little bit more.”
Yeah, things being late and costing more is a sign of a GREAT economy.
And if that wasn’t enough, she then goes on to claim that the only reason this is happening or that we’re even talking about it is because… get this… Republicans want to get back in power.
Right, because one couldn’t make the same claim that the ONLY reason Leftist hacks like Reid are making all these claims is because they want Democrats to remain in power.
Make no mistake, that really is the only reason they are saying all this. They see how much Brandon is fumbling the bag, how unpopular he and his borderline-prostitute of a VP are, and how screwed the Democrats are for 2022.
So they lie and lie and lie, as they always have, to get the result they want. The economy was doing fantastic throughout Trump’s tenure (so much so that Obama repeatedly tried and failed to take credit for it), and they largely couldn’t attack it until the pandemic began. But any rational person could tell that the economy started doing poorly because of the decisions by governors and local authorities to shut everything down.
Now, Brandon doesn’t get that as an excuse. States have been open/opening back up for months now, even the deep blue ones. There is still insanity surrounding the virus, but the reason this is such a bad economy is because of Brandon’s own disastrous policies and the Democrats wanting to spend trillions upon trillions of dollars.
Odd how last year, under rather similar circumstances regarding the virus, we weren’t seeing such awful inflation rates. So the college students are correct in their assessment that things were better under Trump.
The biggest difference between this year and last year is who is at the helm. And we have a senile child abuser who isn’t even allowed to take any questions from the press apart from pre-approved ones leading this country (illegitimately at that).
One of the students in that Campus Reform video said that she was planning to go to Miami over Thanksgiving. Assuming she’s going to drive there, that is over 1000 miles of travel taking the shortest route. And that’s just on the way there, nevermind on the trip back. That girl is going to be spending a LOT of money on this trip just on gas alone, not to mention the food and other basic travel necessities she has to buy which have also had their prices gone up because of the Brandon administration.
But since Lying Joy Reid is rich, she doesn’t have to worry about inflation at all and has the gall to tell other people that they shouldn’t either.
“Let them eat cake”, as the saying goes of the out-of-touch jackasses.
“For they will soon fade like the grass and wither like the green herb.”
The Left not knowing how economics works is not exactly a big secret. By and large, they often prove that they don’t know anything of how it works and no amount of economics degrees or awards will disprove that. So it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to see an MSNBC host making an exceedingly stupid comment regarding the economy.
During a segment on her show, Stephanie Ruhle made the following comment: “The dirty little secret here, Willie, while nobody likes to pay more, on average we have the money to do so. Household savings hit a record high over the pandemic. While the stock market isn’t the economy, you have over half of American households with some investment in the markets and the markets have hit record highs.”
In essence, she’s saying that it’s okay that you have to pay more for your food because you have the money to afford it… completely ignoring just what inflation does to money.
While we are FAR from Venezuela’s, The Weimar Republic’s, and other socialist countries’ inflation rates, the fact is that your dollar is worth less now than it was a year ago, which is why you see higher prices on store shelves (and other problems abound, such as a supply-chain problem).
So sure, people can usually afford to still pay for some things, but the “dirty little secret” about inflation, which really isn’t a secret at all, is that it leads people to be more conservative with their money. With their money being worth a bit less, they will want to save more, so they forego buying things which they don’t think are all too necessary for them at the moment.
Which can even make things worse because if fewer things are being bought, the retailers and producers need to make up the difference somewhere, so they either hike up prices even more or cut costs wherever they see fit, either in quality of product, quantity of product or lay-offs, of which there were plenty because of Leftist jackasses insisting that only SOME people’s jobs were “essential.”
Comments like the ones by Ruhle not only show the utter ignorance of the Left, but their unabashed bias. In essence, she is minimizing inflation because we all know on whom the responsibility lies. And with Brandon’s administration already well underwater because of recent events (including the inflation these deceivers are trying to minimize and even claim is a GOOD THING in some cases), the fake news media can’t afford to report on the bad things happening with any semblance of objectivity because the objective reality is that Biden is awful.
And the arguments made by Ruhle as to why the economy is *akshually* doing great are idiotic.
Household savings increased because EVERYTHING WAS SHUT DOWN. Not to mention that it’s odd she would argue that the economy is doing well with household savings from last year as a metric because Trump was still in the White House last year. If she’s trying to say that the economy during the pandemic has been good based on a metric from last year, she’s conveniently forgetting that she can’t credit the Brandon administration for that one in particular.
Secondly, the market was just about the only other place many Americans could receive income from, you know, because ghouls like YOU, Steph, insisted that people NEEDED to lose their jobs “for the common good” in keeping people “safe” from the virus. Oddly, more people have reportedly died from that same virus this year than last year, but your guy is in office, so there’s no need to talk about it anymore, apparently.
Lastly, markets hitting record highs has NOTHING to do with the Brandon administration. If anything, they are hitting record highs IN SPITE of him and his goons.
The market made a quick recovery in 2020. For it to continue to go up is due to a number of reasons (among which being multiple states and countries opening back up), absolutely NONE of which include the fact that the illegitimate child predator is occupying the Oval Office.
The idea that it’s okay that there are higher prices for things because “people can afford them” is emblematic of the following meme structure: Tell me you don’t know how inflation works without telling me you don’t know how inflation works.
Inflation means that your currency becomes less valuable. In a previous article, I talked about how cash was literally disappearing from Venezuela.
In that article, I mentioned that there were long lines being formed outside of banks in Caracas, hoping to withdraw the maximum limit of 400,000 bolivars. An idiot Leftist might think that that’s great and that means that just about everyone in Venezuela is a millionaire or billionaire (another thing which I have previously talked about), but in reality, 400,000 bolivars is worth around 20 cents (though maybe a bit more, with our inflation being worse now than back then).
With bolivars being as worthless as they are, people turned to using them to make handbags to sell outside the country. Bolivars are so worthless, they are worth more as the fabric that they are made from than as the currency it’s meant to represent.
This is with hyperinflation rates never before seen in the U.S., but that’s beside the point. The point is that with inflation, your money becomes less valuable. So the idea that “people can still afford to buy more expensive stuff” is not only asinine, it’s outright ironic. If it gets bad enough, you can get to the point where you’re spending a good bit of your money on basic things.
In the other article I brought up earlier, I mentioned that in order to purchase a little more than half a pound of the cheapest ham and cheese one could find, one would have to pay over 600,000 bolivars.
“But if 400,000 bolivars is roughly 20 cents, then 600,000 bolivars can hardly be much more, probably not even a dollar,” the Leftist might argue. Maybe, but that’s irrelevant because I also mentioned in that article that 600,000 bolivars is three-fourths of someone’s monthly salary at minimum wage.
With all the talk from the Left about how minimum wage isn’t a “livable wage” in the States, imagine how much less livable it is in a country where someone can barely afford the cheapest ham and cheese with a whole month’s worth of salary (and this is discounting all the other expenses they would have to make).
With such worthless currency, they would naturally have to seriously consider foregoing buying ham and cheese (and in most cases, actually do so). They might see it as luxury food.
And that’s why Ruhle’s comment is so idiotic. Anyone who is remotely knowledgeable of economics and inflation could tell you that it’s not good to have high inflation or hyperinflation. Again, we are far from the economic state that Venezuela is in, but there are people in the States who do have to adjust what they have to buy and how much of it. This impacts them negatively, and telling them that it’s not a very big deal or that they should just suck it up because “you can afford it” is ignorant, belligerent and short-sighted.
Not everyone is as rich as you, Steph. So it’s definitely not true that the “dirty little secret” is that people can afford higher prices. For many, they literally can’t. Not if they want to pay for other things which they might consider of higher importance.
And this is why so many people can’t stand the fake news media. It’s not just that they lie to people, they HATE the people they are lying to and see nothing wrong with them suffering economically. At least, not if they suffer economically during a Democrat administration. They destroyed Bush because of the recession (not that he had nothing to do with it) and tried to do the same with Trump during the pandemic mini-recession.
Now that their boy is in power, however, the economic trainwreck he’s causing will not only be minimized, it will be PROMOTED as something good in some cases. At best, they just decide to utterly ignore it or shift the blame.
They are annoying liars and a pest to this country.
“’There is no peace,’ says the Lord, ‘for the wicked.’”
One of the biggest stories currently is of Kyle Rittenhouse and of the absolute clownshow of a trial because of the egregious (yet common) behavior of the Leftist prosecutor. As such, most people are talking about it already and I wouldn’t really have much else to add.
If you want my two cents, here you go: Kyle is innocent, the judge is awesome, the prosecutor should be disbarred and the Left is full of demons who praise a child rapist and woman abuser who tried to harm/kill a 17-year-old kid.
Moving on, we have a video of a 2nd grader in Florida who is far more brave than almost any adult and has far more intelligence than the collective Left (not that that’s a very high bar to overcome).
Eight-year-old Fiona Lashells was recorded at a school board meeting in Florida, giving a short speech about the unfairness and illogic of forcing children to constantly wear masks in schools, which in Florida is a direct violation of not only the Constitution, but of the governor’s orders.
She began her speech talking about how she has been to other school board meetings, seemingly also having spoken there, and then talks about how she is “going to get suspended if I don’t wear a mask for three more days.”
For a bit of context, this girl has already been suspended before, not once, not twice, but close to FORTY times, to the point where her teacher tells her she missed too many school days and would have to repeat the second grade.
Despite these threats from the tyrannical teachers at her tyrannical school, she tells us of how she is undeterred in her fight. “Just because I get suspended for not wearing a mask isn’t going to change my mind. You can keep suspending me, I still have the right not to wear a mask. It is not fair that I’m getting punished because you guys [at] the school board are not following the law. That is not fair, it just isn’t right, I’m still going to stand up for what I believe and nothing’s gonna change my mind.”
That last part was received by thunderous applause from the crowd.
She then presents the argument that masks don’t just not work, but can actively infect others: “Do you know how dirty masks are? ‘Cuz you touch the mask, you put it on your face, you breathe all those germs… ‘cuz you have lots of bacteria on your hand.”
And she finishes her speech by saying: “And, okay, I hope you all go f- to jail for doing this to me. And my family is proud of me and my Uncle Murphy that is in Heaven is really proud of me, and I wanna say… your rules suck.”
While I am not exactly gleeful about her almost dropping the f-bomb, or what sounds like she was about to say (which was met with some surprised laughter from the audience), I too am proud of this girl for having the courage, at the age of EIGHT, to stand up to those who other kids would see as the “authority figures.”
Much like the devil, the Left will use whatever tools they have to coerce people into doing their will. They threaten adults with their livelihoods and kids with suspension/expulsion. The former is obviously a bit more threatening, since schools are such utter garbage and unnecessary at this point that being suspended or expelled from one of them might be a BLESSING which can lead to proper education from homeschooling or other private, pro-parent and pro-freedom schooling.
But despite the threats made to her, and the actual suspensions delivered, Fiona refuses to back down. She knows her rights and won’t be terrorized into giving them up. No matter how many times they suspend her and no matter if she has to repeat the second grade, she will not give up her freedoms.
This girl is a model American citizen, who shows far more courage than any Leftist ever would (no, it’s not “brave” to say you’re gay or transgender at this point, given how glorified such people are in pop culture) and tons more intelligence than many adults, let alone Leftists.
This girl is right about everything she is saying. The people forcing kids to wear masks in schools should go to jail not for disobeying the governor’s orders, but because it is outright against the LAW to force people, including kids, to wear anything at any point. They aren’t educators, they are dictators, abusing the easiest group of people to abuse: children.
It’s extremely rare to have kids who are as well-raised, logical and confident as Fiona, so they are typically very easy to coerce and abuse. “Don’t want to get suspended or expelled, thereby ‘ruining’ your academic and actual future? Wear a dirty, uncomfortable and suffocating mask during all school-hours and never defy us again.”
It’s cowardly beyond compare, because just about no kid will be brave enough to stand up for themselves.
I saw a video some time ago of a woman crying tears of joy, telling her son who just got home from school that parents who sued the school or school board won their case and they no longer can mandate that the students wear masks. The kid, upon hearing the news, bellowed as well and ran to hug his mother in jubilation.
The people who run these schools are nothing short of power-hungry monsters who will lord whatever puny power they may have on the easiest target of them all. They are criminals and demons who care not for the students they are teaching, but for the Marxist agenda they are ramming down kids’ throats.
Glenn Youngkin won his race because he exposed what Virginia schools were doing to their kids, but one would be foolish to believe that to be isolated to the Old Dominion. Schools all around the country are teaching Marxist garbage and have been for a very long time, really ever since intolerant militant Atheists got God kicked out of schools.
These monsters are present in almost every single government school, to one extent or another. What is a wonder to me is why Fiona is still attending that tyrannical government school anyway. Homeschools and pro-parent/pro-freedom private schools are far better options, both morally and academically. If it’s worth it to stick in those schools to fight for freedom, it’s also worth it to leave those schools and search for better options.
Now, one might argue that it’s good that Fiona is still attending the government school because that way, she can fight for her fellow classmates in these school board meetings. My counter-argument is “why are we having an eight-year-old fight this battle”?
It’s amazing and commendable, to be sure, but far from ideal. I’m not saying her parents are less brave than she is, but it’s the parents of these children who should be fighting for the freedom of the kids. And while I don’t doubt that, for the most part, they are, it is utterly unnecessary for this girl to have to stick her neck out along the way.
She definitely should still stand up for herself at school, brazing those suspensions with a determined attitude, but only for as long as she is even in that school, which really shouldn’t be for very long at all.
Especially if they are threatening her with having to repeat the second grade, I’d be looking for other schooling options so that she doesn’t “fall behind” (she has done and turned in all the assignments she had, so she shouldn’t fall behind whatsoever) and getting her out of that Schoolingrad they call an education center, if I were her dad.
The free market is more applicable to education than ever before, so use it to your advantage. Force the schools to be better by harming them financially. Of course, they’re government funded so they will never truly be out of business, but the worse they get, the fewer students they will get and the more students better schools which stand with parents and freedom will receive.
They lose not by being utterly defunded, but by being outfunded by competition. Particularly, competition which is more influential on the future of this country than they are.
At any rate, Fiona is definitely braver than most adults and smarter too for doing what she is doing. I just wish she didn’t have to be the one fighting this battle. Heck, if I’m wishing for anything, I wish there wasn’t such a battle to begin with. It’s only present because the people instituting these ridiculous mandates are pure evil. Ideally, they wouldn’t be anywhere close to power, or at least wouldn’t be so evil as to abuse children.
I pray that this brave little girl is successful in her fight and that there doesn’t even have to be a fight for reason soon.
1 Corinthians 16:13
“Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.”
The biggest story of last week was obviously the many Republican victories in key elections which showed the unpopularity of the Brandon agenda. But there was another story being told at the same time, which went less talked about because of the elections: Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial.
The idea that he has to be in a trial charged with two counts of homicide and one count of attempted homicide is an abortion of the law, as anyone with even a single-digit IQ who paid attention to what happened in Kenosha in 2020 could tell you that Rittenhouse acted entirely in self-defense while he was trying TO HELP protesters who might be hurt, while protecting businesses from being utterly destroyed as was the pattern in other BLM and Antifa-led terrorist attacks throughout the country.
But, of course, Leftists tend to have a negative IQ, so the young man was arrested and charged and is currently in trial over it.
His case for self-defense was exceedingly strong even before the trial, and I have already talked about that, but new evidence came to light during the trial which makes his case EVEN STRONGER.
For a quick recap of the events that unfolded last year, Rittenhouse was seeking to protect businesses in Kenosha while also trying to attend to people’s wounds regardless of whether they were victims or protesters/rioters. At one point, he began to be chased by a rioter who threw what appeared to be a Molotov cocktail at the young man and gunshots could be heard being fired from behind Rittenhouse. Specifically, gunshots from a 9mm handgun. This is important because Rittenhouse was protecting himself with what appeared to be an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle.
Rittenhouse was attacked by multiple people, eventually falling down on the street (where he kept being attacked), with him having to kill two of them and injuring another.
But there is new footage out now which shows not only what happened in the moments before Rittenhouse was attacked, but even has Forward Looking Infra Red (FLIR) footage which showed who was where and roughly what happened. For those unfamiliar with the term above, if you’ve ever seen a military movie where they showed an image of people silhouetted in white with other things being either gray or black, that’s basically what FLIR is, and it’s used to detect heat signatures usually to find where people are.
Say the police are looking for a suspect, but the suspect is well-hidden in foliage, or something; FLIR would easily be able to find them.
What the FLIR footage does here is show us where Rittenhouse was and where his attackers were. But more importantly, it shows shots being fired behind Rittenhouse.
And that goes a LONG way to exonerating the kid, since he was running and had no idea whether or not the shots were directed at him. Seemingly, the shots were fired into the air, but again, Rittenhouse had no way of knowing this because he was being chased by a terrorist. As far as the case would go, he reasonably could have assumed the shots were at him and that he was defending himself from that (not to mention that, again, he was still being attacked otherwise and this has been known since last year).
Thankfully, Rittenhouse’s judge seems to be logical, having even barred the prosecution from calling the terrorists that Rittenhouse killed “victims”, so with the evidence we already have, plus this new evidence, it’s entirely likely that the kid will be rightfully acquitted of all charges.
But this does beg the question as to why we are only NOW seeing this footage, and with a better camera (FLIR) than what was used to record the already exonerating evidence of Rittenhouse being attacked?
Well, the answer is obvious: the communist FBI has an agenda, knew that Rittenhouse was innocent, and sat on this evidence because they hoped the fake news media and others would demonize the kid sufficiently.
In my opinion, there should be a law which forces the police agencies to release all exculpatory evidence as soon as they get said evidence, or at least before the damn trial commences. Because the only thing that protects them right now is that the Brady Rule applies only to trials.
For those not in the know, the Brady rule is a rule established following the 1963 Supreme Court case Brady v. Maryland, in which prosecutors (including entities like police departments and FBI) are required to turn over any material exculpatory evidence they have to the defense. They don’t always do this, however.
Most famously, the case of Senator Ted Stevens, who was charged with making false statements, particularly for his failure to report on his Senate Financial Disclosure Forms gifts he received from Bill Allen, the CEO of VECO Corp. (who pled guilty to corruption charges and became a witness against Stevens), as well as others. The government made a motion to file ex parte an unredacted whistleblower complaint which raised allegations of misconduct relating to the investigation, but only provided a redacted copy to Stevens’ defense, which redacted exculpatory evidence for Stevens.
The defense, before and during the trial, alleged many other discovery violations and prosecutorial misconduct, and while the District Court (in D.C., so he was never going to get a fair shake being a Republican and being a seat standing in the way of a Democrat Super Majority in the Senate following the 2008 election) remedied some of these things (for example, they forced the government to provide an unredacted copy to the defense), they ultimately did not dismiss the case or declare a mistrial, leading to a Stevens guilty verdict. Even after the verdict, more whistleblower complaints came out about federal employees violating policies, procedure, discovery, etc. regarding the investigation into Stevens and his trial.
The law firm John T Floyd’s website has an entire section on Brady violations and general prosecutorial misconduct happening in numerous circuit and state courts, and offer some summary of the Brady case and other similar Supreme Court cases.
At any rate, the FBI ultimately did what they are required by law to do in releasing the footage, but maliciously sat on exculpatory evidence surrounding a case in which a young man was demonized by the evil fake news because he stood in the way of terrorists destroying yet another city.
There are MANY criminal actions committed by the fake news and the FBI surrounding this whole thing, but that the FBI can sit on exculpatory evidence until the trial is unacceptable. Because of a technicality, they are allowed to not reveal what they have surrounding this case and so allow a young kid to be maligned and demonized by people who are the real demons.
Thankfully, Rittenhouse’s self-defense case was already pretty strong beforehand, but that doesn’t excuse this bullcrap. Imagine if the FBI sat on evidence this entire time which exonerated someone and that was the ONLY piece of evidence which showed someone’s innocence. The defendant would be character assassinated and personally destroyed because of political and ideological goals.
And the whole justice system is so inconsistent as well. OJ Simpson walks free from committing double-homicide because of a glove he didn’t necessarily have to have worn which didn’t fit his hand. And yet, we have a young kid whose entire life has been destroyed and maligned even despite ALL the evidence showing his innocence?
JFK is attributed with saying that he “wanted to splinter the CIA in a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds.” I’d say “throw the FBI with them too.”
“A false witness will not go unpunished, and he who breathes out lies will perish.”
Following the 2020 election steal, I largely wrote off most elections theretofore as likely to be stolen by the Left. Some areas are far more protected in terms of voter integrity than others, so I expected SOME Republican victories to still occur, but by-and-large believed most big, important races in either blue or battleground states to be ultimately stolen, regardless of the size of the Republican’s lead.
This might be the end result in the New Jersey election (though even this, I would consider a victory and will explain why momentarily), but just about everywhere else, at least where it counted, the Republican (hopefully MAGA conservative) candidates were the ones to come out on top.
First, of course, the biggest news of the night: Glenn Youngkin defeating former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, turning the state red for the first time since Obama’s 2008 election.
Of course, the Left tried to steal it from Youngkin, as votes seemed to have been stolen from Youngkin and given to McAuliffe around 10:56 pm on the night of the election:
Despite those stolen votes, it clearly was not enough as even the fake news media, which hadn’t called anything in Virginia until roughly 100% of the votes were counted (Fox News infamously called Arizona within two seconds for Biden but were the last ones to call this one for Virginia. Fox News is the enemy), ultimately had to face reality and call it for Youngkin.
One note I would like to make is that, while I think Trump’s endorsement helped Youngkin, in a way, this was sort of a post-Donald Trump GOP election. The GOP is, of course, Trump’s party and it will be for long after he leaves politics, but it will one day be post-Donald Trump and this election ought to be the strategy in the future. McAuliffe lost in large part because he doubled-down on Virginia’s schools showing gay pornography to school children and teaching CRT in classrooms (the latter part which the fake news media now claims NEVER existed, hilariously enough). Oh, and he also called the concerned parents “domestic terrorists.” Surprising that didn’t work.
Meanwhile, Youngkin ran on “No gay porn in schools, no CRT in classrooms and most importantly, I’m not Terry fricking McAuliffe, good Lord.” Things that parents, particularly suburban moms (who “went” to Biden in 2020), care about and were being dismissed by the Left.
Youngkin focused on the issues and McAuliffe focused on being a tyrant and a liar. That it was as close as it was can only be because of the concerted effort to steal it, but they ultimately failed at that too.
This election didn’t focus on President Trump, which is a good thing long-term, and is rooted in conservative beliefs. For those who might think I’m turning my back on Trump with these comments, perish the thought. It’s BECAUSE of Trump and his success that candidates like Youngkin can appear and win in what was previously a foregone conclusion that the Democrat would win. Thankfully, while Trump’s election was stolen, Youngkin’s ultimately wasn’t, and Virginia will be better off for it.
Another side note, I really do hope that the Democrats don’t learn a thing from this election. They cite “white supremacy” as the root cause for Youngkin’s election, which is of course ludicrous, but them doubling down on this will be helpful for other conservatives in the future. Keep calling parents “domestic terrorists” and “white supremacists.” It’s working wonders, Democrats.
But Youngkin wasn’t the only winner of note. Virginia Republicans swept the election, for the most part, and elected Winsome Sears to be Virginia’s first black female Lt. Governor (something the fake news media is avoiding like COVID because it goes against their narrative that Republicans are racist and sexist). Virginia also elected Republican Jason Miyares to be the state’s Attorney General, the first Hispanic man to serve in that position in the state’s history. Guess what the fake news media is also avoiding talking about?
And as if it couldn’t get worse for Virginia Democrats, the House of Delegates flipped Republican, with the GOP having a one-seat majority.
But the bad news doesn’t end there for Democrats. In a Texas district which is largely blue and roughly 75% Hispanic, GOP House candidate John Lujan also won his race there, flipping that seat red.
Furthermore, the measure to abolish the police in Minneapolis was soundly defeated 56.17% to 43.83%. While it’s ridiculous that it wasn’t 100% to 0%, or the slightly more realistic 99% to 1%, it still shows that most people in Minneapolis aren’t so utterly moronic as to want to abolish the police, giving up their safety in favor of some other agency which would largely handle police jobs with safety blankets and warm milk.
What’s more, a Republican picked up a seat on the Pennsylvania supreme court, which is also an important upset.
One major piece of bad news is, of course, the New Jersey gubernatorial race. The Democrats might end up stealing it anyway, which is definitely bad and unjust and they should not get away with it, but the victory here comes in the fact that they would HAVE to steal an election most people would assume the Democrat would have won handily.
That race was NOT supposed to be anywhere as close as it is, and the Republican candidate led by four or five points for a good bit of that race. Steal or no steal, this spells disaster for Democrats in future elections, particularly if they double down on their b.s.
If even NEW JERSEY can be seen as a battleground state in a legitimate election, the Democrats are losing a lot of ground and very quickly.
Oh, and perhaps most embarrassingly for a New Jersey politician, the Democrat State Senate President Steve Sweeney is also in a close race with a Republican candidate. What makes this one particularly embarrassing for the Democrats is that the Republican, Edward Durr, is a truck driver who reportedly only spent $153 on his campaign and doesn’t even have a campaign website, only Facebook and Twitter pages (which I doubt will last all that long).
Now, they did win other races, such as the Boston and New York mayoral elections (guess both cities will have to continue to suffer until they learn their lesson, assuming those were legitimate Democrat wins, which they very well might not have been) but both were races where the Democrats were expected to win, even legitimately. The big news, and devastating losses, come in the races where they were also expected to win and either didn’t (Virginia) or had to steal because the Republican was winning or was close near the end (New Jersey, assuming that that’s what’s going to happen, hope it doesn’t).
Americans have seen what life is like under the illegitimate president and soundly reject his b.s. (in this case, the “B” stands for “Biden”). We never wanted it in the first place, and everywhere there is someone with his party’s letter next to their name, people will vote in droves against them, even if the Democrats have to try and steal those elections.
We are winning. Of this, there is no doubt.
“For the Lord your God is he who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies, to give you the victory.”
It is quite ironic that Hollywood Leftists would rail people for wanting to own firearms and yet will gleefully feature said firearms in their own movies, getting to play around with them as much as they want. It is this irony that brings the sad truth that, were Hollywood Leftists like Alec Baldwin at all knowledgeable of standard gun safety, two people would not have been shot on the set of the Western “Rust” last week, with one of them being fatally wounded.
Given the fake news media is full of fake news, there are many contradicting accounts and stories about it, usually to try and clear Baldwin of any blame whatsoever. But here is (roughly) what we know about the event so far:
There is also a report that Baldwin went on an anti-Trump rant while waving the gun, but that hasn’t been confirmed and is largely irrelevant to the story, even if true.
Two people were responsible for what happened last week: The armorer, for failing to do her most basic job and assuming she was just handing a cold gun (movie jargon for “safe”) to Baldwin, and Baldwin himself for the numerous reasons I just gave. But the most responsible one here is Baldwin, of course.
Again, he was not only the lead producer, but also the most experienced person there. The safety of himself and the crew rested on his shoulders and he routinely failed them, given there were multiple firing incidents prior to the one that took a young woman’s life.
He cut costs and combined two jobs which should not be combined, he failed to be responsible for clearing the gun after the person HE HIRED to ensure gun safety failed to do so as well, he failed to follow proper procedure to use either a rubber gun or something that is guaranteed to NOT kill anyone during rehearsal, and he failed to follow the most basic gun safety rule by aiming a gun at someone even if he thought it wasn’t loaded.
Absolute best case scenario for Baldwin here is that he is found to have been criminally negligent and slapped with such a charge, but more realistically, he might be charged with involuntary manslaughter, given the prior gun discharges on set and New Mexico’s laws regarding such a crime.
There are those who think we should feel bad for Baldwin here. I don’t. I feel bad for the woman he killed, seeing as she was in her early 40s and was a wife and a mother. I feel bad for the director who was also wounded by Baldwin because he had to go through that. But I don’t feel bad for Baldwin.
Obviously, I don’t think he meant to hurt, let alone kill, anyone here. But I have no obligation to feel bad for a guy who would make fun of a political opponent if they had done what he did. How do I know that he would make fun of such a person? Because he did.
Back in 2006, then-Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot his friend during a hunting trip (nonfatally). Baldwin wrote an entire HuffPost article in which he called Cheney a terrorist, who “terrorizes our enemies abroad and innocent citizens here at home indiscriminately. Who ever thought Harry Whittington (Cheney’s friend) would be the answers to America’s prayers? Finally, someone who might get that lying, thieving Cheney into a courtroom to answer some direct questions.”
He also made a joke about Cheney shooting Scooter Libby: “Cheney’s the guy who told Libby to out Valerie Plame. The rumor I heard is that someone yelled, ‘Look out! Shooter!’ and Cheney thought he said Scooter and fired in that general direction.”
Following that, he offered a non-apology to Cheney: “How about something more measured, then? How about… a lying, thieving oil whore. Or, a murderer of the U.S. Constitution?”
Now, I don’t like Cheney at all either. But Baldwin consider(ed) Cheney to be a political opponent and had no mercy or decency when Cheney accidentally shot his friend. So why should he receive any mercy or decency for accidentally shooting two people and killing one of them? Why should we be at all sympathetic to him and consider him a VICTIM in this circumstance when it was his own ignorant negligence regarding any semblance of gun safety that claimed the life of one and could have claimed the life of another?
I feel bad for the woman he killed and the man he almost killed. But I feel nothing for Baldwin at all. He deserves to face the criminal consequences of his actions. He’s a killer, even if he didn’t want to be one. And I have no intention of being nice to him when he had no mercy for his own political opponent of the time.
Of course, I do hope he comes to learn from all of this and the possible consequences of his ignorance and negligence and thus comes to understand the importance of gun safety. I will always root for my enemies learning from their evil ways and coming to the light. I hate God’s enemies, but my enemies might not necessarily be God’s enemies. If Baldwin comes to the Lord following this, I will be very happy and shout God’s praise, and I do hope Baldwin does come to the Lord. But he is not owed mercy or grace, either for this or anything else.
I will particularly not be merciful if he refuses to come to God. Let him receive the punishment that is due him.
“Therefore the Lord waits to be gracious to you, and therefore he exalts himself to show mercy to you. For the Lord is a God of justice; blessed are all those who wait for him.”
We all know that, at bare minimum, Anthony Fauci has been a flip-flopper and a serial liar, willingly misinforming the public regarding the Chinese coronavirus, its origins, and the effectiveness/safety of the vaccines. This is the best-case scenario regarding Fauci, but information recently coming to light paint a far grimmer picture of the guy.
Back in August, The Gateway Pundit broke the story that Fauci funded a study in Tunisia “where beagle dogs were eaten alive by parasite-infested flies.” Oh, and this was TAXPAYER FUNDED, so YOUR money went to the torture and cruel experimentation on dogs (not that that’s the worst use of taxpayer money I have seen, considering it’s used to fund abortion as well).
However, there are new developments surrounding just what other experiments Fauci and his NIH have funded.
Before I tell you what they are, let’s do an exercise I call “Nazis or NIH?” I will tell you of an experiment that was either conducted by the Nazis or the NIH and you will guess which organization performed them.
The purpose of this should be rather obvious: there is little moral difference between the two.
Without further ado, let’s begin.
First: This organization was involved with an experiment where the study’s researchers would cripple monkeys with toxic brain injections through devices implanted into the apes’ skulls. The research included (WARNING, IF YOU ARE UNCOMFORTABLE READING THE DETAILS, SKIP THIS PART):
Locking the monkeys alone in small cages, drilling holes into their skulls, implanting head restraining devices, implanting electrodes into the monkey’s brains, and finally, injecting toxins that destroy their brains, causing them to lose control of their limbs, mouths and other body parts.
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So which is it? Nazi or NIH? There are some clues to tell you, but it’s the NIH. To the NIH’s credit, had this been the Nazis, they would have used humans as opposed to monkeys, but the experimentation is still messed up and I don’t see the purpose whatsoever to this study. Was it to test whatever was injected into the monkeys’ skulls to see what would happen? What a surprise, something bad happened to them.
Second: This organization tested immunization compounds and serums for the prevention and treatment of various contagious diseases, such as malaria, typhus, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, yellow fever, hepatitis and epidemic jaundice.
I will give you some time to think about this one because, scarily enough, one could picture both organizations doing this kind of thing, particularly with me leaving out key information which would tell you immediately which one did this.
Okay, the answer is that this was the Nazis. They did this at various concentration camps.
Last one: This organization experimented on orphans with terminal diseases in order to perform drug trials on them, with a total of 201 children dying out of 532.
There is one thing here which ought to tell you the answer, and I bet you really wish this had been the Nazis.
According to TGP, Fauci’s NIH was caught funding experiments on hundreds of children with AIDS in a New York City hospital back in 2004.
“In 2005, the city of New York hired the VERA Institute to form a final report on the drug trials. VERA was given no access to medical records for any of the children used in trials. Their report was published in 2008. They reported that twenty-five children died during the drug studies, that an additional fifty-five children died following the studies (in foster care), and, according to Tim Ross, Director of the Child Welfare program at VERA (as of 2009), 29% of the remaining 417 children who were used in drug studies had died (out of a total 532 children that are admitted to have been used).”
You know, I was originally going to compare Fauci to Joseph Mengele, the Nazi’s “Angel of Death” who would perform experiments on people, mainly twins, at Auschwitz, but then I realized that that would be a bit too mean to Mengele. At least he only did experiments at one concentration camp and they were largely focused on a single subject matter. A more fitting comparison for Fauci would be if Hitler had had a medical degree and was entirely focused on his egregious experiments as opposed to running Germany and trying to dominate the world.
Fauci is Hitler with a medical degree. That is perhaps the most accurate thing I can say about the guy right now. And this is WITHOUT counting the gain-of-function research at Wuhan and everything he has done regarding the Chinese coronavirus and the vaccines.
Counting those things makes him even worse and brings him closer to the comparison to Hitler with an MD. But even discounting all that, what the NIH has done (THAT WE KNOW OF) in these experiments can only be compared to the inhumane experimentation of the Nazis throughout their 12-year Thousand Year Reich.
The Nazis performed multiple other experiments, including: Experiments on twins (like I mentioned), experiments on bone, muscle and nerve transplantation and regeneration, experiments on head injuries, experiments on hypothermia and freezing temperatures, experiments with mustard gas, experiments with Sulfonamide drugs, experiments on the potability of sea water, experiments with sterilization and fertility, experiments with outright poison, experiments with incendiary bombs, experiments regarding high altitudes, experiments on blood coagulation, and electroshock experiments.
What is perhaps most frightening is that I could see the NIH performing most of these experiments themselves. Perhaps not the mustard gas ones, the Sulfonamide drug, the potability of sea water, incendiary bombs and high altitudes, but the others are plausible, at least with varying degrees.
We KNOW that they are experimenting with sterilization, for example, given that is one of the effects of the vaccine.
But given what we already know the NIH has done, I think a comparison to the Nazis’ inhumane experiments is warranted. They might not be quite that depraved (as far as we know), but excusing or forgiving these relatively mild experiments (mild compared to the Nazis) would invite pushing the boundaries more and more.
They want to know just what they can get away with before being subjected to a second Nuremberg Trial, which we all know will come sooner or later.
I often talk about the evil of the Left or the Washington Establishment or the elite ruling class (but I repeat myself), however, it’s not often that I talk about the evil of the medical industry. And there is PLENTY to talk about regarding that subject.
This shows just how evil they are willing to be now, and the history of the Nazi experiments shows us just how evil they could potentially be in the future.
There are those who call for Fauci’s firing. I call for his execution. His and everyone who was involved with these inhumane experiments, either physically or financially. And before you say anything, yes, I know these were taxpayer funded, sadly. But it’s the NIH which was responsible for how that money was used. THEY are the ones who ought to pay the price for their evil. So make no mistake about that.
Fire Fauci, try him, prosecute him and execute him. Preferably with either parasitic flies, whatever was injected into those monkeys, or injecting him with the vaccine the number of times he thinks other people ought to receive it.
Maybe then we would begin to approach justice.
“But if there is harm, then you shall pay life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burn for burn, wound for wound, stripe for stripe.”
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