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Politics vs Science
Florida and California implemented different strategies for coping with Covid. California was all about the lockdown whereas Florida was more measured with their approach. The results are in. See below. More data here.
Things are hard out here for a pimp!
And I’m glad about it.
On Tuesday, December 8th, porn-hosting giant Pornhub removed 10 million videos from its platform. The reason for the massive scrub was the result of the company’s recognition that sex traffickers had used the site to post videos of rape, sexual assault, and child abuse. On December 14th, Pornhub released a statement, which said, “Last week, we enacted the most comprehensive safeguards in user-generated platform history. We banned unverified uploaders from posting new content, eliminated downloads, and partnered with dozens of non-profit organizations…As part of our policy to ban unverified uploaders, we have now also suspended all previously uploaded content that was not created by content partners or members of the Model Program.”
TRANSLATION: The #Traffickinghub petition campaign was wildly successful.
Ka-Ching for me but not for thee
Pandemics are good for retail giants. Mom and Pops? Not so much.
Those retailers enjoyed major gains in large part due to the effects of COVID-19 shutdowns: Most governors across the country throughout the year ordered the closure of what they deemed “non-essential” businesses, taking out large swaths of competition for both Amazon and Walmart. Fears of contracting COVID-19 — particularly in the relatively small confines of local retailers — also drove shoppers into either digital commerce or the wide-open spaces of Walmart’s average180,000-square-foot warehouses.
Small businesses have throughout 2020 suffered significant widespread closures as a result. Yelp’s September 2020 economic impact report found that the number of small businesses that had closed permanently in the U.S. had increased approximately 165% from April to September, rising from about 37,000 to roughly 98,000.
Its the kind of thing that gives Monty Burn the warm and fuzzies at night.
Here is the evidence
Hackers prove Dominion voting machines can change votes in real time.
Jeffrey Epstein. Alive?
If so, what a plot twist!
Pro-Trump lawyer Lin Wood suggested on Thursday that Chief Justice John Roberts illegally adopted his children through pedophile millionaire Jeffrey Epstein. Wood, who is helping President Donald Trump contest the results of the 2020 presidential election, has accused Roberts of helping Democrats steal the election from Trump. Earlier this month, he hinted that the reason Roberts did so was because he was involved with Epstein.
I am fully aware of the onslaught of attacks being made against me based on my revelations about Chief Justice John Roberts. Before attacking me, maybe fair-minded people would first ask Roberts to tell the truth. Or ask Jeffrey Epstein. He is alive.
If true, wow. Read this.
So you break the law and I have to pay?
Planned Parenthood gets caught selling baby body parts
A federal judge in California ordered the video journalists who exposed Planned Parenthood’s practices in the harvesting and sales of aborted baby body parts to pay the abortion giant $13.6 million to cover its legal costs in its case against them.
BLM vs Trump Supporters
So much for unity.
Pot, meet kettle.
After it was announced that Hotel Harrington would be closing its doors to guests ahead of a planned demonstration in support of President Trump in January, the ‘Black Lives Matter D.C.’ group is calling on other D.C. hotels to follow suit. Hotel Harrington announced Monday that it will be closed on January 4, 5, and 6 “for the safety of visitors and employees.”
“Boom. This is how you stop white supremacists from destroying our city and terrorizing dc residents,” Black Lives Matter DC tweeted in reference to the announced closure ahead of the planned January demonstrations.
Umm… I’m going to have to call BS on this sentiment. Violent protests almost always come from the left. Consider these points…
- Contrary to corporate media narratives, up to 95 percent of this summer’s riots are linked to Black Lives Matter activism, according to data collected by the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (ACLED). The data also show that nearly 6 percent — or more than 1 in 20 — of U.S. protests between May 26 and Sept. 5 involved rioting, looting, and similar violence, including 47 fatalities. ACLED is a nonprofit organization that tracks conflict across the globe.
- Prior to the election results, three-quarters of Americans were afraid of post-election violence and riots. What happened? The media declared Joe Biden President-Elect and the left claimed victory. Trump supporters were upset. No fires, wide scale riots or looting; certainly not on the level of BLM protests. Unless I missed something.
- Back in February 2020, there were hundreds of reported cases of violence against Trump supporters. No telling what the count is now. Conversely, there have been numerous complaints against BLM for their violence and inflammatory rhetoric.
The mainstream media would have me believe that Trump Supporters are equally as violent as BLM supporters. I am not convinced.
Sing now, pay later…
Black people can rap the N word but woke liberals cannot
Being a woke white liberal supporter of black lives matter does not absolve you from the sin of repeating a rap song that uses the N word; even if you did it 3 years ago. No matter. You will be booted from polite society. Here’s the proof.
Apparently, cheaters do prosper…
If you’re black and play sports anyways.
Some football players at West Point were caught cheating on a calculus final exam. How were they punished? They were not; at least not yet. They went on to play in the Liberty Bowl. Why? “…West Point’s superintendent in October suspended a policy that limited or prevented cadets found in violation of the academy’s honor code from representing the academy in public, including athletes at sports events.”
What really stood out to me in the article that reported the news was this, “…Lt. Gen. Darryl Williams, the superintendent, in an Oct. 23 memo, wrote to the faculty that the policy “has resulted in an inequitable application of consequences and developmental opportunities for select groups of cadets.”
Is this social justice? I don’t think so. I think its wrong.
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