An Illegitimate President?


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An Illegitimate President?

When Hillary Clinton lost the election to Donald Trump, she called him an illegitimate President who stole the election. History rhymes and so we have similar accusations today. Difference being this time, more people believe this claim than Hillary Clinton’s claim. Check out this video. Here’s a quick quote from it.

Richard Baris of People’s Pundit Daily joins War Room to analyze all the numbers that prove roughly half the country believes the election of Joe Biden was illegitimate. “They hoped people were going to forget and move on,” Baris said. “That’s not going to happen.”

The Day in Racism

I thought about creating a newsletter focused solely on race issues. I didn’t but if I did, I would talk about the Seattle Councilmember planning the layoff of police officers based solely on their race. Below is a quote from this article.

Back in July, Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold got into an argument with now-former Police Chief Carmen Best about defunding the police. Chief Best was pointing out, correctly it turns out, that cutting staff would also result in firing much of the most diverse crop of new officers the city had ever hired. That’s because under union rules layoffs happen on a last in, first out basis. At the time, Councilmember Herbold suggested a novel solution to that problem: Lay people off based on race rather than time on the job.

Just as a quick refresher, Merriam-Webster defines racism this way.

a belief that race is a fundamental determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race

An example of racism then, by this definition, is Lady Gaga’s speech and her statement regarding white people. Unless I’m mistaken? (What happened to GaGa’s preaching of love and unity?) Whatever! You are wearing that outfit girl.

Never Trump… again!

Love him or hate him, should someone have the right to ban you from voting for Donald Trump if he decides to run again? Is that fair? Is that legal? If you hate Trump, does it matter? Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer said this (on video):

And its not just the Democrats who disdain President Trump, there is friendly fire incoming as well.

Mark Halperin on Newsmax today reported: Mitch McConnell and establishment Republicans reportedly don’t want to see Trump on the ballot in 2024. McConnell’s latest move in the senate may be about not only to convict the president but to pass with the majority something that would bar him from holding office again.

If you voted for President Trump you are a terrorist

A chilling new video reveals exactly what leftists want: a new Stasi. Half of Americans are “domestic terrorists,” according to the video released by author Don Winslow calling for a citizen police force to report on conservatives. If you support the most popular Republican president in modern history, you are equivalent to following Osama Bin Laden and must be hunted down. Watch this video and ask yourself, “Is this America or something far worse?”

How long before kids are encouraged to turn in their parents for their unpopular political opinions? Think it can’t happen here? Its possible. But I digress, its likely a domestic spy agency would be created first. There is already talk about it.

And eventhough Fox is taking a bit of a ratings slide, there are still demands from the left to treat it like “a foreign terrorist group.” Yes, you read that right. A contrary opinion makes you a terrorist in the eyes of some. It also is a reason to attack your livelihood.

We are heading in the wrong direction as a country.

Umm… Isn’t this illegal?

I got this from Breitbart:

Facebook revealed in 2017 that it was testing a new way of selling ads online that could threaten Google’s control of the online advertising market, but just two years later Facebook announced that it would be joining an alliance of companies backing a similar effort by Google, seemingly abandoning its own plans that would have allowed the company to better compete with Google.

Facebook never clarified why it seemed to abandon its own project, but an antitrust lawsuit filed by ten state attorneys general last month implies that Google had extended to Facebook a sweetheart deal to be a partner.

I’m glad someone is doing something against big tech tyranny. Its a problem that needs to be solved.

Et Tu Brutae?

This from CNN:

Vice President Mike Pence is not expected to attend President Trump’s departure ceremony at Joint Base Andrews, according to two Pence sources. 

Logistically, the sources said it would be difficult for Pence to be at Joint Base Andrews for Trump’s sendoff and attend President-elect Joe Biden’s inaugural, as the outgoing vice president is expected to do. 

These are the dots. Connect them yourself.

Insurrection is “an act or instance of revolting against civil authority or an established government.”

Sedition is “incitement of resistance to or insurrection against lawful authority.”

insurrection + sedition = this 2018 tweet below which links to a document that was presented to the American people and since been removed. Fortunately, I was able to find the document here. Download it while you can.

Maybe its nothing. Maybe its everything. I will adjust my tinfoil hat and await further developments.

Thanks for reading this far. More tomorrow. It should be an interesting day.

This is Unamerican Thinking

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This is Unamerican Thinking

Most of the military is white.

Most of the military did not vote for President Trump.

Ergo, the military will likely harm a President Biden.

A litmus test on allegiance to an administration, not our country nor our constitution, is likely coming soon. As a result, the votes of the American soldier won’t be considered sacred (and probably won’t be private.)

Racism, racism, I see racism everywhere

Martin Luther King, Jr. believed in a colorblind society. All too often, it is not realized due to the woke mindset of people who see racism everywhere. It somewhat reminds me of that kid from the movie – The 6th Sense.

Critical race theory believes racism is present in every aspect of life, every relationship, and every interaction and therefore has its advocates look for it everywhere(and I do mean everywhere). But, don’t get me started, I already wrote an ebook on that.

I saw recently this online course called “Whiteness and Racial Violence in America.” I have not taken the course but I did notice this in the description this…

“We will take up an anthropological focus which will offer insight into how to read the cultural messages we are surrounded by through a critical lens..”

I suspect it will follow the dictates of Critical Race Theory and point out racism, both real and imagined, as much as possible, to validate the victimhood of minorities in the USA. (For the record, I disagree.) I doubt it will take into account the double standard practiced by the media. When it comes to racial division in the USA, I lay a lot of the blame on them.

And when it comes to disunity and the cold civil war in America, the media’s double standard is blatant and they should be held accountable for the part they played in it. Case in point, check out this video that was deleted from YouTube. How much of the general population in the USA have seen those clips?

Hmm.. Maybe that’s why the public has lost trust in the media. It shows in the ratings. Despite that, there are some who want even voices in ratings decline to be silenced. any voice that disagrees with the left to be silenced. If you listen closely, such sentiment is being echoed more and more each day.

And another recent example of why the public mistrusts (or should mistrust) the (agenda driven) media.

But I thought walls did not work?

Okay, hypocrisy abounds in Washington, D.C. so I’m not sure why this surprises me.

The bill – H.R.339 – seeks to “direct the Architect of the Capitol to design and install an appropriate fence around the perimeter of the United States Capitol, including the East Front and the West Front.”

It was introduced by the New York Congressman on January 15th, 2021, and referred to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure on the same day. Torres introducer another bill – H.R. 338 which seeks “to clarify the counting of electoral votes in Congress to be a National Special Security Event” – also on the 15th.

While the specifics of the fence remain unclear, the bill follows years of Democrats insisting “walls don’t work” regarding President Trump’s efforts to erect a similar structure on the Southern border.

I found that here.

There is a difference between legal and illegal immigration

When I typically hear people discuss immigration issues, they tend not to distinguish between walking through the front door verses jumping a fence. Hispanic Americans understand the difference. My friends on the left tend not to.

I welcome people from all countries to visit the USA and for some to become citizens, as long as they follow our rules and processes. Below is a tweet demonstrating the wrong way to enter a country. Quote possibly encouraged to do so, for some reason.

Its cheaper than a robot

If you are looking for work and you have no real skills but, need an income. This may be a suitable alternative for you in the near future as local governments, without the funding for robocops, employ low-wage workers to help enforce their totalitarianism.


Bill Maher as the voice of reason?

I’m not a big fan of Bill Maher but there are fleeting moments when he sounds reasonable and persuasive. This is one such moment.

“Let’s not confuse 5,000 people with 74 million,” Maher said to his audience. “Yes, even supporting the insurrection in spirit is, well, deplorable. But there’s a difference between holding illiberal beliefs and acting violently on them. At least that’s what they always told me about Islamic terrorism.”

I like what he said because it had the hint of a unifying message. I am not hearing a lot of that from the left these days. I tend to hear things like “Harvard Students Request to Revoke Graduate Diplomas from Prominent Trump Supporters” or how actresses will encourage deplatforming of news networks that hire Trump staff or calling for the financial deplatforming of conservatives or (I kid you not) discussion on how to reprogram the thoughts of people who disagree with them. Check out this tweet and look up who said it.



If you are a comic fan like me, you will appreciate this bit of news. Batman #1 sells for 2.2 million dollars!!! You could buy a lot of Batmobiles with that.

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So, who really won the election? Well…

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So, who really won the election? Well…

You can divide the USA down the middle by asking one question, “Who won the election?” Depending on your answer, you are demonized at worst, considered duped by the media at best or somewhere in between.

There are a lot of memes and “Facebook facts” abounding about the election but few back up their stance with a dispassionate PhD level analysis of the facts. One who did was Dr. Peter Navarro.

Dr. Peter Navarro received his Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University and is a professor emeritus of economics and public policy at the University of California, Irvine. You might have seen him on CNBC, Fox Business, the BBC, CNN, MSNBC, and the CBS News, including 60 Minutes. (He’s a big deal.) He presently works in the Whitehouse as the Director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy (OTMP), an office established by President Trump to defend and serve American workers and domestic manufacturers.

As a private citizen, Dr. Peter Navarro did his homework on the election. So much so, he wrote 3 volumes on what he observed. Agree or disagree with his findings, one has to admit that he did his homework and his evidence is compelling. I link to each volume below.

Volume 1 of the Navarro Report, “The Immaculate Deception,” assessed the fairness and integrity of the 2020 Presidential Election by identifying and assessing six key dimensions of alleged election irregularities. These irregularities included: outright fraud, ballot mishandling, a wide range of process fouls, multiple violations of the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause, voting machine irregularities, and statistical anomalies.

Volume 2 of the Navarro Report, “The Art of the Steal,” examined the institutional genesis of the six types of election irregularities. One key finding: The Democrat Party efforts to strategically game the election process across the six battleground states began years before, and in many cases, shortly after President Trump was elected in 2016. A second key finding: the Democrat’s This gaming of the election process was implemented through a two-pronged Grand “Stuff the Ballot Box” Strategy designed to flood the six key battleground states with enough un-scrutinized and potentially illegal absentee and mail-in ballots to turn a decisive Trump victory into a narrow alleged Biden “win.” 

Volume 3 of the Navarro Report, “Yes President Trump Won,” is designed to serve as a capstone to what has been a comprehensive analysis of the question: Was the 2020 presidential election stolen from Donald J. Trump? In this report, we provide the most up-to-date statistical “receipts” with respect to the potential number of illegal votes in each battleground state. 

FYI, Navarro used to be a Democrat who admired Hillary Clinton, fought with Republicans and unsuccessfully ran for public office multiple times. When his reports were published he received criticism for violating the “Hatch Act.” To quote MarketWatch:

The Hatch Act prevents federal employees from engaging in political work while performing their official duties. The agency charged with enforcing the act said that Peter Navarro, director of the White House Office for Trade and Manufacturing Policy, used his position to influence the 2020 presidential election through his statements in television interviews and on social media.

“His comments were directed at undermining Mr. Biden’s presidential candidacy and persuading voters not to support him in the 2020 election,” the Office of Special Counsel report stated.

White House lawyers have asserted Navarro did not violate the Hatch Act because factual or policy statements do not constitute advocacy for or against a candidate, the report stated. They argued, for example, that Navarro’s statement about Biden “kowtowing to the Chinese” was acceptable for him to make in his official capacity.

When you go against the mainstream media narrative and leftist ideology, you will be called all kinds of names, to include liar, insane, his credentials satirized and idiot. It is amazes me that none of these adjectives were used to describe him prior to his work at the White House when he was regularly featured as an expert in mainstream news outlets. (Re-read the 3rd paragraph above.)

Some have tried to debunk his work whereas others defend it. You could’ve watched him stand up for his own work on YouTube but they deleted it. I would ask that you read his report for yourself and make up your own mind. Download the reports today because they may be censored off the web tomorrow. (And that’s not a joke.)

“My employer has made it clear … that being white … is the most important feature of me as a human” …

Critical race theory is evil. Resist it. Much respect to this woman for her courage. Methinks we will see more of this pushback going forward. Case in point.

This is why some people home school

In case you are considering homescholing, as if you have much choice these days, click here for some stats. And if you want more details on what the above tweet was about, click here for “Woke Elementary.”

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The worse is yet to come.

If you thought the censorship of conservatism on Twitter would subside anytime soon, you would be wrong. Thanks to the undercover journalism of Project Veritas we have insight from Twitter CEO himself – Jack Dorsey. Watch it before YouTube takes it down.

Hypocrisy, thy name is Amazon

Kudos to Newsbusters who posted this gem today.

Amazon terminated its contract with free speech platform Parler for “violent content on your website.” But Amazon itself deals with merchandise that advocates the death of all Republicans or specifically targets President Donald Trump. 

The Media Research Center found at least 204 examples of merchandise sold on Amazon that promoted violence, either toward President Donald Trump, Republicans or members of the police force. Riot gear, including tasers, brass knuckles and stun sticks were also sold. Some of these violent products included a flag with a graphic image of Trump blowing his brains out, a mug with the slogan “Where is Lee Harvey Oswald now that we really need him?” and a black T-shirt with a red slogan, “Kill All Republicans.” The shirt that urged the death of Republicans was even a sponsored listing on Amazon.

Umm… This is not good.

The Wall Street Journal reports

New York City apartment tenants are more than $1 billion in debt from missed rent payments during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey measuring the depth of the rent crisis brought on by Covid-19.

The debt figure is the most recent indicator that unemployment benefits and federal stimulus packages have so far been inadequate to alleviate the growing financial burden of missed rent payments across thousands of city households. Both landlord and tenant advocacy groups have lobbied heavily for more government rental assistance during the pandemic.

The Declassification has begun…

Days before President Trump is set to leave office, the White House has declassified a strategy document outlining this administration’s attempts to address China’s increasing global power. Last week, the Trump White House ordered the declassification of documents that otherwise would not have been available to the public for decades. News reports on the information, for instance, would not have become available until 2043. Declassified documents available HERE.

Also, more intelligence documents related to Obamagate will debut soon.

I wonder what else will drop next week?

Ihre Papiere, Bitte! (Your Papers, Please)

So, this is something I saw coming awhile ago. I was against it then and still against it now. Check out this quote from The Hill.

A coalition of health and technology organizations are working to develop a digital COVID-19 vaccination passport to allow businesses, airlines and countries to check if people have received the vaccine.

The Vaccination Credential Initiative, announced on Thursday, is formulating technology to confirm vaccinations in the likelihood that some governments will mandate people provide proof of their shots in order to enter the nation.

The organization hopes the technology will allow people to “demonstrate their health status to safely return to travel, work, school and life while protecting their data privacy.”

This is a source of great alarm or, it should be, once you consider that some people are diagnosed with Covid-19 AFTER getting vaccinated. As concerning as that is, the CDC is forecasting 90,000 Americans could die of Covid-19 in 3 weeks. Still, it could always be worse. Pray for the Brits who think that face masks are possibly forever. And if you refuse any face mask mandates, you might lose your banking privileges. Pretty scary. UK companies are already plotting no jab, no job rules for their employees.


It makes me long for a digital nomad lifestyle.

Oh, the irony of ironies is this.

China slams United States for Big Tech Censorship. Wow. You can’t make this stuff up. PM. reports:

Communist China’s state-run Global Times on Tuesday denounced Big Tech’s censorship of President Donald Trump as an exercise of “US digital hegemony,” demanding tech giants such as Twitter, Google, Apple, and Amazon to recognize the “sovereignty” of other nations in the cyberspace.

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No hearings. No witnesses. No problem.


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No hearings. No witnesses. No problem.

If you think about it, Congress impeached a President faster than Amazon could deliver a package (7 hours, give or take). This is truly remarkable because they did it on mob rule and mutual hatred that crossed the aisle. However, there is a problem. How can you impeach someone based on inciting insurrection when, evidence appears to the contrary? In a nutshell, the FBI warned of potential violence at the Capitol but for whatever reason, no one acted on that intelligence.

CNN reported on this.

NBC reported on this.

ABC reported on this.

Washington Post reported on this.

TMZ reported on the FBI zeroing on 10-15 Capitol Police who cleared a path for the rioters to enter the Capitol. And a whole lot more arrests are pending. And some Capitol Police said they wouldn’t be surprised if Congress members helped plan the attack.

So if multiple sources (and mainstream media sources at that) are reporting that the riots were pre-planned and not a spontaneous reaction to President Trump’s remarks, wouldn’t that mean they just ILLEGALLY impeached a President without a full investigation?

Legal processes and procedures are there for a reason and this could come back to haunt the left in a big way. If it happened to Trump then, why wouldn’t it possibly happen to Biden? Just sayin’…

Its good to be Gab

If you are not familiar with the social network Gab, check them out. Like (the temporarily down social network) Parler, its a proponent of free speech and patriotism abounds. Without a doubt, it is already a target of the left. The attacks against the platform will only have the unintended effect of causing them to grow. (They call that the Streisand effect.) Below is a comment from Gab CEO – Andrew Torba.

Did you know that the ADL called for a criminal investigation against Gab? To quote…

The January 6 attack at our nation’s Capitol was deliberate and coordinated. Individuals who broke the law must be held accountable, but we cannot ignore that social media platforms, like Gab, may well bear a measure of criminal responsibility for the attack as well. To the extent Gab intentionally served as a forum for people to plan, coordinate, engage in or otherwise facilitate the criminal activity that took place on January 6, a Department of Justice investigation is warranted.

By that measuring stick, Facebook should be investigated because not only are they a haven, their tools aid in recruiting members to those groups. And add Twitter to the list of social media companies that should be investigated and YouTube. But this is not a new problem, there have been academic studies on this kind of thing for years. I digress. Back to Gab.

When it comes to free speech in social media, Gab is the new sheriff in town and they wear the badge proudly. When not mixing it up with tech tyrants and the radical left, Gab is launching new products like Gab TV (a YouTube alternative) and a Gab phone.

If the 75+ million Trump voters flock to Gab and their ecosystem, the left loses a significant amount of influence and… money. Does this mean that the era of big tech companies is over? Not yet, but its coming.

Umm… Is there something you guys aren’t telling us?

So, this tweet was retweeted by the FCC yesterday.

Maybe its the tinfoil in my hat speaking but, what harm is it to store up a couple weeks worth of supplies. Umm… Just in case.

Unfortunately, I could do this all day.

Censorship? What censorship? Its all right-wing propaganda. Or, is it?

The Truth is In Here

Okay, this article on Mental Floss caused both of my eyebrows to bounce in disbelief. I quote…

As SYFY WIRE reports, an online database called The Black Vault recently posted the CIA’s entire collection of UFO documents online—free to download by anyone with an internet connection and a passion for unsolved alien mysteries. Though the CIA has been declassifying content piecemeal since the 1980s, it hasn’t always been so easy to access. 

Does anybody else hear the theme to the X-Files playing in their mind right now?

DNA as data storage

Visualize, if you will, a group of bacteria cells. They are kind of silly looking, when you get right down to it: shaped like a sphere or a pill, sometimes covered in tiny hairs or spikes. While technically alive, it is hard to imagine them as being particularly intelligent, much less capable of storing information like artificially intelligent machines such as computers. Curiously, that’s exactly what a group of researchers just did: edited DNA inside individual bacteria cells in order to store digital data. Read the details here.

Wow. I wonder if this technology could be used in vaccines and rewrite your DNA in some way. Nah, I’m talking crazy.

Millennials are too young to know this

Any person who simply walked the halls of the US Capitol Building during last week’s protest is being labeled a “domestic terrorist” by the American establishment. However, in 1983, a pair of left-wing terrorists detonated a bomb in the U.S. Capitol Building only for the two criminals to be pardoned on behalf of House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler and then-President Bill Clinton.

So, why is that relevant today? (Beyond comparing it to recent Capitol riots, I mean.)

Susan Rosenberg sat on the board of directors of Thousand Currents, an organization which handles fundraising for the Black Lives Matter Global Network.

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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.


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.


“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.”


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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