Sanity is overrated

As you probably know already, Tucker Carlson has been targeted for removal by George Soros’ minions. I guess they tried to hold another protest outside Tucker’s home. This one wasn’t scary like the first one, this one was pathetic. They came dressed as bananas.

Bananas. They’re dressing up like bananas, because they’re desperate to get attention. Conclusion? Media Matters isn’t getting the numbers. Nobody, not even average lefties, want to waste time doing protests of a conservative television host when the easier solution is to simply flip the channel.

That’s embarrassing.

What’s happening in the wake of that is that all they are attracting now are crazies, people with a thing for dressing up in banana suits, to do the protests to keep the heat on Carlson. Look how sparse their numbers are, and how wacked out these people seem to be. That’s what the big Media Matters protest campaign is being reduced to.

November 2020 is still a lot of zombies from here. Conserve ammo.

Meanwhile, the son of the former Merced District Attorney was killed in a drive-by this weekend. The father was recently defeated for reelection. A few years ago the son was charged with murder for a drive-by killing. He was exonerated. Then he sued the county and won $500,000. Now he’s dead.

This is an open thread.

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210 Responses to Sanity is overrated

  1. DeniseVB says:

    That pink haired lady had an infant in her front snugly while using that power megaphone next to his head. Probably blew his eardrums out. Child abuse ! At least he was still alive 😉

  2. helenk3 says:

    what could happen if republicans ever got a backbone and fought back at the dems

  3. Mothy67 says:

    Yeah, I’m done with fox

  4. DeniseVB says:

    So much going on in this cartoon, lol ……

  5. helenk3 says:

    lets just get the hell out of there. we will never solve their problems.

  6. DeniseVB says:

    Wait? What?

  7. helenk3 says:

    this is one of the saddest statements on today’s republicans I have seen.

  8. lyn says:

  9. elliesmom says:

    Ann Althouse has changed her commenting policy so all of her comments will be moderated, and she’s only going to post the ones she decides are worthy. She thinks this will improve her blog. Since most of her posts are only links to articles that are behind paywalls at sites I don’t want to contribute to, I only go to her blog for the comments. I’m going to miss some of her followers, and I hope they show up other places. I know if I invited some of them here, it wouldn’t be a comment that would make it through. I guess she’s the kind of teacher who can’t live without her red pen now that she’s retired. I seldom comment there, but I’m not willing to play “please the teacher” when I do. I took her out of my morning rotation. She won’t miss me.

    • Mothy67 says:

      I only went for the comments as well. Will miss I am Laslo.😤

      • Island Girl says:

        Laslo is classic! I too mostly read for the super funny and intelligent commenters. Pretty much what her readers said too as I spent way too much time there last night. She does have some loons. I will still read.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Commented about an hour ago that i visited for the comments and would miss them. Seems that didn’t pass moderation muster. Shame there were some very smart conservative posters.

    • tpcelt says:

      I don’t always agree (but generally do) with Althouse. I think she is a consistently unique and independent advocate platform for differing opinions. She makes clear that she wants thoughtful, non-fluff comments that respond to the content of her posts…analysis and facts, not party talking points. She tries to live up to her motto of ‘cruel neutrality’. I often wonder about, and seek out, her take on current issues.

      Her current approach toward comments is not new. Over the years, she has actually shut down comments altogether when they became to overly hostile to her and Meade or a mish-mash of personal, and to her boring, retorts among commenters about themselves and not the topic at hand. When she thinks a different approach can work better (including reversing her shut down of comments), she has experimented with that.

      If our MSM were as cruelly neutral as Althouse seeks (and often succeeds) to be, our political discourse would be far more constructive.

  10. Dora says:

    Oh No!

  11. swanspirit says:

    That woman piercing the child’s eardrum with that megaphone ought to be arrested for child abuse.

  12. Mothy67 says:

    Judge Jeanine, Tucker , Alex Jones, O’Reilly, Eric Bolling, Shadow banning, twitter/facebook banning, althouse approving all comments. Soros said there would be no conservative voices before the 2020 election. Little by little each day it seems to be happening.

  13. lyn says:

  14. Mothy67 says:

    I think the dims are in for a rude awakening. They have aligned themselves with the far left and radical islamists. They are willing to abolish free speech in pursuit of power. Reminds me of Cersai and the high sparrow. (I’m on season 5 of my rewatch)

  15. lyn says:


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  17. Mothy67 says:

  18. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Somebody says:

      POTUS should have posted a selfie of him at a mosque or with some random Muslim or in a deep contemplative pose. The media ate those up when Obama did it 🙄

  19. Dora says:

    Another democrat off to a good start.


    De Blasio speaks to crowd of only 20 people in New Hampshire

  20. Mothy67 says:

    My mom thinks the NZ prime minister is a tranny.
    The world has gone mad.

  21. Mothy67 says:

    Read a few threads on the mosque shooting.
    Several people seem to have had the same response I did. It looked like a video game. No on got up after being shot. No blood splatters. Felt unreal. I’m not calling it fake, but don’t see why it was scrubbed. I would put nothing past the dims, nwo. The manifesto doesn’t sit right either. Podesta? Took place in NZ? Hillary? The scoundrels al ways hide in plain sight. CGI?. URanium 1?

  22. Mothy67 says:

    Oh my this is why my mom thinks NZ prime minister is a dude

  23. Dora says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Good points, plus maintenance requires more energy especially cleaning them or they won’t spinny spin.

    • DandyTIger says:

      You think that’s bad. Wait until you see the worst pollution based development: solar panels. Heavy metals, horrible chemicals, etc. And best part, panels only last 10-15 years and have to be replaced. So start over, more pollution, etc. Also similar issues as wind for other materials of metal, glass, etc. And finally, storage technology for any of these is even more polluting. Solution: Gen IV Nuclear Fission. And then in the future, fusion, the ultimate clean energy solution.

      • DandyTIger says:

        If nuclear isn’t part of their conversation, then it’s only about politics and power.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Solyndra went bankrupt with a half billion of our money without producing a single panel. They were super donors to Obama. Wonder what his cut was? 😉

      • John Denney says:

        Solar panels are evil, being deliberately designed to absorb as much energy as possible from the sun, thus contributing to global warming. Instead of panels that absorb the sun’s energy, we should be putting up mirrors to reflect the sun’s energy away, so as to cool the planet.
        If you really believe in global warming, that is.

        • DeniseVB says:

          We looked into it, for about 12 seconds. Estimate was 22k for our house to save us about 22 cents a month or something. Nah.

        • John Denney says:

          Seriously, though, a friend used a solar power system to help heat his water, and it worked quite well and saved money powering the water heater.
          Cold water went through solar hot boxes on the roof before going to the water heater.

  24. Dora says:

    This is going to be one screwed up election!


    Colorado governor signs law that gives state’s electoral votes to national popular vote winner

    • lyn says:

      Voter disenfranchisement is OK for Democrats.

    • DandyTIger says:

      If that’s the game, then fine, you do campaigns for the popular vote instead. Trump could win the popular vote if that’s how it works. Then blue states would vote for him. Extra funny. But when it’s in-between where some states do that and others don’t, then it might be hard.

    • 1539days says:

      None of that happens until enough states sign on to the Electoral Vote Compact. That will never happen because none of the red states or states with split legislatures will sign on to it. They’re 90 Electoral votes short, even with Colorado.

  25. DeniseVB says:

    I just found her, lol ……

  26. Mothy67 says:

    Trump is on OAN giving a speech at a Greek Independence thing.
    He sounds very upbeat.

  27. DeniseVB says:

    I ❤ Dan, even if he did insult "George (Can'tStandYa) Constanza" and "clowns". 😀 Funny thread…….

  28. helenk3 says:

    who screwedup and indicted a backtrack dem? wonder how long they will have their job?

  29. Venus E. Lee says:

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  31. taw46 says:

    A nice clip about why these two support our President.

  32. Cisco says:

    Found this somewhere.
    I’d remember but🍸🍸🍸
    That’s it, no mas.

  33. Dora says:

  34. Cisco says:

    Is this spot on or what?
    lewfarge48 says:
    March 18, 2019 at 6:24 pm
    How to DESTROY a franchise in 2 EASY LESSONS:
    1) Suspend your #1 weekend show host Judge Jeanine
    2) hire a corrupt demonrat donna brazille

  35. taw46 says:

  36. Mothy67 says:

    Not saying I believe this, but WTF

  37. Dora says:

    White nationalism is the enemy. Be prepared to hear a lot more about it.

    • taw46 says:

      What’s the charge, or is she going after them just because they are white? Who decides who is a white nationalist? Is she going after Antifa?

    • Cisco says:

      So Fauxcahontas would go on the war path eh?🏹

    • Somebody says:

      So if you don’t prostrate yourself to the SJWs, if you don’t ascribe to white privilege then big brother is coming for you? Hell, even if you’re Hispanic, Asian or black, but you exhibit patriotism (nationalism), then they’ll come after you too.

      I don’t get out much, but when did nationalism get the white moniker? I’ve certainly heard of white supremacist, but until lately I don’t recall it being conflated with patriotism (nationalism). I do recall Bruno labeling a lot of conservative groups and the SPLC has been doing it even longer, but it seems like the Overton Window has been moved even more. God help us if a dem regains the WH, re-education camps will become a real thing.

      • Mothy67 says:

        These people make me angrier by the hour. Will say anything to manipulate. No concern for consequences.

    • taw46 says:

      It’s just like ISIS, she says.

    • Mothy67 says:

      I reported her.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Why does every damn Dem2020 sound so depressing and desperate? This is not how you woo the Independent voters who actually decide elections. The Sky is Falling doesn’t trump America First and MAGA. Who are these “White Nationalists” and where are they burning crosses on lawns and hanging minorities from trees? I’m sure there are some freaks out there who would like to, but their numbers are smaller than the brown shirt ANTIFA types who hate everybody that doesn’t agree with them. Worry about that Lizzy !

  38. Cisco says:

    If y’all did watch today, give a listen.
    About 17 minutes long, but to hear the Greek’s saying “4 more years” and USA floored me.
    That on Greek Independence Day.
    President Trump at his best.

    • Mothy67 says:

      I saw part of it today. He had a certain lilt in his voice which gave me comfort. Sometimes he sounds kinda tired. Not today.

    • Dora says:

      The president was great. He sounded happy.

      I have to say that it saddens me terribly to realize that Greece, Ireland and so many other countries, fought for their freedom for years and years, costing them many lives.

      And then they all signed it away.

      I will never understand it.

  39. taw46 says:

    Wonder if any of this is true?

  40. helenk3 says:

    Judicial Watch

    • elliesmom says:

      This is a very good interview. I’m glad I watched. The Covington Catholic Kids are in good hands, and Tucker Carlson should probably hire him. The ad leading into the interview is for an online class at Hillsdale College being taught by Victor Davis Hanson. It’s on World War I. You can follow along for free, but if you want to take the quizzes, participate in the class discussions, and get a certificate of completion, it costs $75. This is how people in the future will get educated. We just have to stop equating being educated with being credentialed.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’ve been tempted to take one of those MasterClasses when Stephen King taught writing and Steve Martin did one on comedy. I certainly wasn’t going to pursue a career in either topic, but how interesting those classes would be.

        • elliesmom says:

          I keep looking for things that will keep Elliesdad’s mind engaged. He’s not losing his ability to remember, think, or reason. He justs finds it easier to sleep. So I bought him a year’s subscription to “The Great Courses Plus”. On his own he chooses courses in physics and chemistry. Together we watch history. After our fun this week with tracking my family history back to the Revolutionary War, we’ve been watching the genealogy course while we have lunch. No homework, no tests, no grades. My favorites so far have been the one about famous legal trials and the one about the history of forensics. Benjamin Franklin was fun, too. I’ve watched some of the life science classes with our grandson. I’d place the difficulty level of the courses at freshman and sophomore in college level, but since there are no tests or grades, you get out of the course what you’re ready for. Our grandson has decided he’s ready to go to college now. (He’s 12.)

        • Jadzia says:

          I’m doing the online great books seminars and loving them. Who knew Achilles was such a whiner? Not me!

  41. taw46 says:

  42. Dora says:

    I’ve been hearing that the price of beef and pork is likely to rise in the coming days due to the flooding.

    If you have room in your freezer now might be a good time to stock up.

  43. Dora says:

    Now they are going to start stealing body organs! I’m sure it will be coming here soon.

  44. DeniseVB says:

    I swear, I can watch this guy read a telephone book for 20 minutes 😛 Brandon on the street hawking his LGBT townhall.

  45. Mothy67 says:

    Since in tinfoil Tuesday
    This seems suspect. Why would Trump attack the spouse of one of his most trusted staff and why would Conway’s husband be so vocal

    Also I’m not buying the Candace Owens part of the manifesto. I think it was all staged and Owens was proving effective so put a stain on her rep.

  46. DeniseVB says:

    This belongs with the Sanity theme 🙂 I truly think Jim Carrey is mentally ill. Such a shame, but you know what they say about that fine gray line between comedic genius and insanity? His followers are certifiable too…….

    • Dora says:

      Wow! It sure looks like he went over that ‘fine gray line’. This is creepy.

    • dm says:

      Definitely sounds a bit on the manic side of things.
      I was wondering if your daughter might know anyone in the Manhattan west side that has a room to rent? My daughter is doing the travelling nurse thing and is looking for a short term arrangement near the A or C train. She only needs it 3 nights a week, but her schedule varies. I believe her contract runs through May, although she might extend it. Thanks.

      • DeniseVB says:

        For 3 nights a week and a variable schedule sounds like a hotel might work better for her? She can reserve a room as needed. Anthony may know someone or someplace? One of my favorite hotels is The Belvedere on W.48th with kitchenettes and a block from the ACE line on 8th Ave. I bet they’d work with her. It’s a very safe neighborhood location with very reasonable rates.

        • dm says:

          Thanks. She has used rooms for rent (then she got transferred to different location), Airbnb’s, and hotels. I told her yesterday she seems to be living a nomadic lifestyle. I never know where she is exactly (drives the mom in me crazy). I will pass along the tip.

          Any other New Yorkers that might have some wisdom to pass along, I’d appreciate it.

          • DeniseVB says:

            I wasn’t much help, dd’s in Queens now working in Long Island City. She’s still nomadic in that if she’s between jobs, apts, rehab, sober house or homelessness she always finds a couch to sleep on.

            I just checked the Bel’s website $108/nt is an amazing price for the location. This week 🙂

      • Mothy67 says:

        I knew a travelling nurse who hooked up with stewardesses to use their crash pads. Unfortunately I lost track of her, but if she’s going to be doing this for awhile it might be something to look into.

    • lyn says:

      These people transcend white supremacists with their hate.

  47. Dora says:

    It’s always been considered to be the best medicine.

  48. taw46 says:

    They will say anything, lie, to get votes.

  49. Mothy67 says:

    Paul Ryan is on the board of the new fox ( news division and other assets not being bought by Disney)
    brazile and Pirro makes more sense.

  50. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Trump should issue an executive order barring Mooslims from buying assault rifles just to watch the Democrats loose their shit in defense of our sacred right to own guns.

  51. helenk3 says:

    very interesting read. one of the saddest truths of today’s “journalism”

  52. Dora says:



    Ted Koppel: Trump’s ‘Not Mistaken’ That Liberal Media Are Blatantly ‘Out to Get Him’

    Wow! This somehow slipped beneath the radar but it is highly significant considering who said it. In fact if you read just what the person said, you might even think that most of it was spoken by someone at NewsBusters. However, what is significant, is the words were uttered by former ABC News star Ted Koppel on March 7 during a discussion with Marvin Kalb at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

  53. helenk3 says:

    this is not a bad idea. correct me if I am wrong, but from what I can see federal college loans did not really do much to help students. The colleges raised their costs to get more money , the students are in debt for a lot of their working lifetimes. And in today’s colleges they are getting indoctrinated not educated.

    • elliesmom says:

      If someone ever makes me queen, I would turn all high schools into vocational/technical schools so all kids graduate with the prerequisites to go to college and a marketable skill. Then kids would be able make a living wage either while they’re going to college or instead. Colleges would have to compete for students again instead of having 50 applicants for every seat. The quality and value of a college education would go up and the cost would go down. If colleges are still so expensive students need big loans, then colleges should be required to assume some of the risk in lending the money. But I’m only a peasant.

      • Mothy67 says:

        I think student loans should be evaluated like more traditional loans. A nursing degree will likely lead to direct employment and a stable income. Gender studies not so much.
        The young woman during OWS who claimed almost 200,000 in loans getting an MSW? That’s insane. Entry level is 38,000.
        And I agree about the schools sharing the burden.

        • lateblum says:

          I couldn’t have drummed up a loan for $300K getting my MSW had I attended Univ of Chicago. (where I had also accepted) WTH did she go to school? And where did she think she’d be working after graduation that she would take on this size loan?

          • Mothy67 says:

            Who knows what is true from an SJW. I think she claimed the New School or maybe it was NYU. I don’t think a state school would have provided a lesser education.
            The free tuition mob also doesn’t seem to grasp that were it that tuition was free it would apply to public school s and not include room and board. They are degreed but dumb as posts.

          • lateblum says:

            Indeed they are. ❤

          • Jadzia says:

            I totally dodged a bullet when I decided not to apply to the UC MSW program. My friends are probably still paying their loans, if they’re not in default.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Queen Em I bow to you. How about just ending high school at 10th grade? Grades 11 and 12 will be votech or AP/ college courses. As a taxpayer, I’d have no problem paying for it knowing we’re releasing 18 year olds prepared for something. 🙂

        • elliesmom says:

          Most states (I want to say all, but I’m too lazy today to check) administer their graduation requirement standardized test at the end of 10th grade. They do it then to give the kids who fail some time to do remedial work so they can pass the test and get a diploma. Movement forward for those kids pretty much stops until they get a passing score. I think a 3-track plan could work quite well as long as the voc/tech kids still have what we consider the basics needed to succeed in higher ed.

          A lot of kids decide college isn’t for them, but ten years later they want to get their degree. It’s demoralizing to have to go back and take high school math at 30 before you can start. Taking a refresher is different than having to start from never having seen it. I went back to school in my 40s to get my teaching certificate. Pre-calculus is a required course for science teachers, I had 26 credits of college level calculus, but my adviser didn’t recognize course names like “Partial Differential Equations” or “Methematical Methods for Physicists” as being calculus so she made me take an exam to pass out of the course. It was painful watching some of the adult ed students in complete panic because they needed to take an algebra test to get into a history degree program.

          • DeniseVB says:

            I’m sure I’ve shared this before, the grandtwins’ school has pathway programs, they chose health which includes being certified EMTs at graduation. With JROTC they could go directly into corpsman training in the Air Force. I’m excited about this and so far both doing very well. There was nothing like this in the 90’s when my kids were in school so not sure what’s in our local schools right now.


  54. helenk3 says:

    what I will never forgive or forget about this woman, is her telling a young girl who was voting for the 1st time to “stay home” because she did not want to vote for backtrack.

    do you remember how you felt when you were voting for the first time? How you felt grown up and part of the decision making of your country.
    this bitch tried to take that away from a young girl.

  55. helenk3 says:

    wonder if the old dems are quietly letting her hang herself

    • lateblum says:

      Perhaps they see her as a major distraction from the shyte they are pulling everyday. She has become on of their useful idiots.

  56. Dora says:

    Supreme Court Backs Trump Administration in Deportation Case

    Court bolsters power to hold legal residents facing deportation.

    Kavanaugh, Gorsuch join court’s conservatives in 5-4 majority

  57. Dora says:

    Damn socialism, why are you chasing me?’ Chinese-Americans see ghost of communism in Democrats’ leftward turn

  58. taw46 says:

    This is what happens in UK, that the left would like for us here. A thread:

    • lateblum says:

      Saw that and am gobsmacked by the totalitarian bs that is rampant in GB and likely coming to America. There really will be “no words”. . .

      *Not to mention the absurdity of the basis for the “charges”

      • taw46 says:

        They have been doing that for some time, I was shocked when I first read about it. People have been fined and have gone to jail. One can’t help but think the left wants the same thing here, since they fight so hard to destroy our 1st amendment. Just look how they use shame, fear, and intimidation to shut up opposing views.

    • John Denney says:

      Arnold Schwartzenegger spoke of “girlie-men”. Was that misgendering?

      Being a compassionate techno-geek, how someone feels is important, but it’s also important to know if they’re XX, XY, or something else.

      Facts are primary — one puts faith in the facts, and feelings will trail along behind.

  59. lateblum says:

    I just deleted my latest comment – – – it was too long.

    • DeniseVB says:

      No it wasn’t, glad I got to read it. 😀 There’s a lot of angry people out their over the Fox News mess. It doesn’t look like Fox Biz is affected, I mostly watch them anyhow, much better daytime personalities too.

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  61. Dora says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Interesting prediction from Scott Adams. Says Trump will win in big landslide. Also says any Dem that says they’re for reparations, or even thinking about it, can’t possibly win in the general.

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  63. Dora says:

    But she supports killing the unborn. What a hypocrite!

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