Gab to the rescue!

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Gab to the rescue!

Gab CEO completely backed up President Trump’s Twitter account before it was deleted and recreated him on Gab! What’s even more impressive is the did this while traffic was up 700% and under attack from leftists.

This was a GREAT business move for Gab. Half of America will demonize them for doing this and the other half will lionize them. Regardless, they are now undeniably relevant and can no longer be ignored by the mainstream.

Too bad Gab couldn’t pull a rabbit out of their hat for the biggest gun forum on the planet. I say BOO to GoDaddy for that one. Todd Starnes thinks that this is just the beginning of something scary. Facebook does too. They just asked their employees to not wear company branded swag.

What’s weird about all this is that some people are super-supportive of all this censorship because they think it would never backfire against them. Either that they are extremely tone deaf; the truest sign of narcissism. Case in point, despite all the censoring going on at Twitter they had the nerve to post this.

Wow. Just wow. Oh, the hypocrissy.

Can I make some book recommendations? Only because with all the banning going on, books will no doubt be next.

Enjoy.

Are you proud to be an American?

I am. Are you? If not, you might work for Facebook. (You definitely work for United Airlines.) And if you are a Texan, most likely you are a patriot through and through. So much so, you rather secede and maintain traditional American values than go hard left. Texit anyone? If it was only Texas thinking of secession I would think, yeah, I’ve heard this before and more than once. However, it might become a trend leading to another Civil War to keep the union intact. Sound crazy? Check out this quote.

“This is not about war, this is not about actually seceding from the United States,” state Rep. Kyle Biedermann (R) told Newsmax TV’s Chris Salcedo on Monday after praising Americans from around the country for “standing up” and expressing themselves following the election.

“This is about the beginning of a process, an act, just like Brexit,” he continued, referencing Great Britain’s separation from the European Union.

“Brexit was a vote of the people and then five years of a process” to gradually separate, Biedermann continued.

The Texas lawmaker suggested that he and others are already working on “legislation” that would put the question to voters of whether they wanted to remain within the U.S., as British citizens voted 52-48 percent in June 2016 to leave the EU.

Consider the timeline of events…

There is another attempted impeachment attempt underway to remove President Trump who has about a week or so left in this term. The latest attempt spurred on by rioters storming the Capitol. However, there have been contrary reports of blame. Basically, if you follow the timeline of events, President Trump is absolved from responsibility. More details here.

And while it may seem that I am being an apologist for the President, I am not. I just hate the media double standard. They are really doing our country a disservice. Do they really think our memories are that short?


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Another example of why I don’t trust mainstream news?

So, NBC told me this…

Right-wing extremists are using channels on the encrypted communication app Telegram to call for violence against government officials on Jan. 20, the day President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated, with some extremists sharing knowledge of how to make, conceal and use homemade guns and bombs.

Yet, one journalist in the alternative media did some digging and debunked this easily.

After digging deeper into these claims, I found that they are not only incredibly exaggerated and don’t hold up to much scrutiny, but even more disturbingly, seem to be part of an information operation similar to what has embroiled the FBI in many controversies over the past several years.

The reported group behind these planned protests is the Boogaloo movement, which can be understood as a loosely connected contingent of activists, some of which have extremist viewpoints across the political spectrum. Unlike, say, the far-left Antifa organization, the Boogaloo movement has never shown the capacity to organize in every state.

There is hardly anything “pro-Trump” about the organization, whose supporters routinely mock the president and his supporters.

If one journalist could research and find this out then, what was stopping a major media outlet like NBC from uncovering the same information? That’s a rhetorical question.

Would you have made this hire?

Okay, you are a recruiter and you need to hire someone to run a Civil Rights organization for your client.

Imagine that you had a candidate that believed that melanin (skin color) “…endows blacks with greater mental, physical, and spiritual abilities, something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards.”

Moreover, let’s imagine that same candidate praised a speaker when they denied the existence of the Jewish holocaust.

Furthermore, that candidate thought it was “madness” for the federal government to take the side of Asian applicants’ who had provably been denied college admission, purely because of their skin color. Why? They did not have enough melanin in their skin.

Any level headed person might think such views and attitudes would prohibit them from doing their job in a fair manner. I mean, I would. Unfortunately, others did not.

Sigh. Critical race theory rears its ugly head once again.

Racism. Racism. Everywhere racism.

In an editorial published by the Washington Post, “Trump should be impeached. But that alone won’t remove white supremacy from America,” Hillary Clinton described the “attack on the Capitol” as a function of “white-supremacist grievances fueled by Donald Trump.”

Clinton predicted that last week’s political unrest in Washington, D.C. — which she described as an “insurrection” — is a prelude to a “an even greater tragedy” if digital censorship is not amplified to combat “conspiracy theories” subscribed to by supporters of President Donald Trump.”

America is plagued by a group of citizens who value “whiteness” more than “democracy,” Clinton alleged. 

Read more about this here.

Lockdowns: The Sequel

2 quotes from 2 articles that sent shivers down my spine.

One

“Right now, because there is so much spread, we’re recommending that people wear their face coverings while they’re inside the home,” Los Angeles County Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer said at a press briefing Monday.

“That’s for people who are either leaving their home every day for work or who are running errands regularly for their family” Ferrer said. She called it an added “layer of protection while we get through this surge.”

Two

Claiming that the National Health service is at breaking point, the government is said to be considering implementing stricter rules, including compulsory mask-wearing outdoors, and banning so called ‘extended bubbles’, where people are allowed to meet one person from another household.

Most chilling, however, is the revelation that cabinet ministers have privately debated preventing people from talking to each other in the street and in supermarkets, and even preventing people from leaving home more than once per week, and introducing curfews.

Oh, the agony…

Stefan Thomas has just two chances left to get his hands on his $240m (£175m) fortune.

Thomas is a San Francisco-based computer programmer, and a decade ago he was given 7,002 bitcoins as a reward for making a video explaining how the cryptocurrency works.

At the time he was paid, they were worth $2-$6 each. He stashed them away in his “digital wallet” and forgot about them.

Now each bitcoin is worth $34,000, and the contents of his wallet are valued at $240m. But Thomas has forgotten the password that will unlock his fortune.

German-born Thomas has already entered the wrong password eight times, and if he guesses wrong two more times his hard drive, which contains his private keys to the bitcoin, will be encrypted – and he’ll never see the money.

Read the details here. But pray for him now.

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