Will Antifa Kill Us All When They Win?

They hate us. They really, really hate us. They don’t want to share this planet with us, let alone this country. If they get the power of life and death over us, what will they do? This is a serious question.

The Left has shown again and again that they feel no compunction about using violence, and I am not talking “White silence is violence.” This past weekend I saw violent assaults by Antifa/BLM thugs and goons on men, women, old men, old women. children, mothers, mothers with, children, and inanimate objects. They sure didn’t seem to be celebrating, did they Were they all PMSing??

Am I being hyperbolic and melodramatic? Maybe.

But numerous (all but a few nutjobs) scholars who have studied Hitler and the Nazi era have concluded that it would have been easier to deal with him before he consolidated his power. The warning signs were there, just nobody wanted to believe them.

The part that scares me the most about Antifa is the Nazis is a trait both groups share – They are both 100% certain that THEY are the good guys and WE are evil.

Self-righteousness and a lack of compunction are a bad combination.

We’re looking for the GOP voter that lives here.”

About Dr. Myiq2xu

Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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225 Responses to Will Antifa Kill Us All When They Win?

  1. Constance says:

    This crap has been going on in Seattle and Portland for a decade and no one cared. There is a guy named Alan Swiney who has been in jail for weeks maybe months because he was leader of a group of men who went into Portland and marched through the downtown, when attacked he and his bros bear sprayed and paint balled Antifa and BLM. He is perhaps the only person Portland put in jail and his bail is over $500,000. These Brown Shirts are a cancer on society and Mother Earth.

  2. elliesmom says:

    It’s the absolute moral certainty they have that they’re right, and their complete lack of cognitive awareness that has me worried.

  3. Underwhelmed says:

    It’s very simple. Reward bad behaviour, get more bad behaviour. Give in to bullies, prepare to be ruled by bullies.

  4. Dora says:

    ‘New York is Such a Train Wreck’: Big Apple Election Debacle Sparks Outrage as 40% of Manhattan Ballots Remain Uncounted


  5. foxyladi14 says:

    My Shero! 😀

  6. foxyladi14 says:

    Lock them up! 😡


  7. Gram Krakka says:

    Good question Myiq2xu. There really aren’t enough of them to get all of us. City folk who can are bailing out and moving to safer burbs and states. Who will be left to beat up on?

    The mob once unleashed and unrestrained by local urban governments is unlikely to be appeased and contained. They will demand more and more, and continue to dehumanize and target those who stand up against them. Ultimately they may self destruct and be cannibalized by their different factions when they don’t each get what they are demanding. Think of the French Revolution. It wasn’t just the aristocrats who went to the guillotine. How long will BLM let Antifa white males use them as cover for their agenda?

    Earlier there were the 1999 Battle of Seattle WTO anti-economic globalization mostly peaceful protests, then the 2011 Occupy Wall Street mostly peaceful protests of the 99% against the 1%, banks and multinational corporations, and now the 2020 BLM/Antifa social justice, economic equality outcome mostly peaceful riots. Under a Biden admin, economic globalization and clampdown of personal rights will accelerate.

    Forget about the Bill-of-Rights of the individual. In Asian culture the collective group (state) is supreme to the individual. A lot of these protesters are going to be disappointed by globalist Biden if he prevails.

  8. Gram Krakka says:

    If Biden floods the US with legal immigrants and illegal aliens swarm our borders and overstay their visas how will the BLM / Antifa folks get their social justice and equality of economic outcome in a labor market flooded with an oversupply of cheap labor?

  9. Gram Krakka says:

    One of Barry’s sons no doubt…

    Registered child sex offender arrested after sucker-punching man at MAGA march

    A Black Lives Matter activist and registered child sex offender was arrested for allegedly sucker-punching a man and leaving him bloody in the streets after the “Million MAGA March” in the capital on Saturday.

    39-year-old Kenneth Wayne DeBerry, of Washington, DC, was charged with aggravated assault, disorderly conduct through inciting violence, and being a felon in possession of a gun. When the Metropolitan Police Department took DeBerry into custody, officers found a handgun on him.

    DeBerry was filmed in viral videos running up from behind an unidentified man and sucker punching him. The man collapsed on the ground unconscious while another anti-Trump protester kicked him. Another protester then stole his mobile phone.


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    • AniEm says:

      A vet once told me that Nam was fought by the 3 C’s: ‘Catholics, coloreds, and country boys’. Central Americans meet all three criteria and will be welcomed in by Romney, Inc as so much fodder for Afghanistan and other war engagements. Totes compassionate.
      “When in the course of human events, a US Congress sells out its constituency….”

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  13. Mothy67 says:

    In an article by the NEJM THE Dolly Parton was listed as helping funding for the Moderna vaccination.
    Someone tweeted
    Vaccine vaccine, vacciiiine

    I 💕 Dolly.

  14. Dora says:

    This should come as good news to a lot of people.

  15. Dora says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Governor. 🙂


    Three more NY sheriffs tell Gov. Andrew Cuomo to get stuffed over his Thanksgiving COVID-19 ban

    ‘I can’t see how devoting our resources to counting cars in citizens’ driveways or investigating how much turkey and dressing they’ve purchased is for the public good’


  16. Angie says:

    Most important thing that happened today.

  17. AniEm says:

    When Pelosi tore up the State of the Union address, she legislated spitefulness as the law of the land, and that has resulted in looting, arson, LEO assassination, fraudulent elections, etc. There are a lot of anti-Trumpers who would never dream of engaging in those behaviors. But, neither do they speak out against it. Perhaps we should do a fascism: yea or nay vote, on the web.

  18. Angie says:


  19. Mothy67 says:

    I wonder if they had let the virus run its course over the summer months if we would be in better shape for it during flu season.

  20. Mothy67 says:

    Fuhrer wolf wants us to wear masks in our own homes when we have people over.

  21. Angie says:

    Could this be a thing?

    🚨 🚨 🚨

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  24. lyn5 says:

    • Somebody says:

      This is true, been happening for awhile. A guy that grew up across the street from me is a high ranking officer with SF. He spent years bouncing between Afghan and Iraq a few brief ventures into other places. Stupid me, I was like what do you mean I thought at that rank you sat at headquarters and “commanded” your soldiers. He was like no.

      He returned home briefly to base in Italy to find out his son was following dad’s footsteps. He really didn’t want his son to, knowing he’d be in theater soon after he graduated WP. His son did anyway and dad was proud, but concerned.

      That was years ago, back during Obama. Dad was absolutely shit faced and somehow got my phone number and called me. I had maybe seen him in passing around the holidays if he came home, but really hadn’t seen him since high school. He blew up over his son, his wife locked him out and for some reason he decides to call me🤣🤣 He was telling me all kinds of stuff, I kept trying to shut him up, kept changing the subject. For weeks I kept expecting black helicopters or to be taken out by a sniper🤣🤣 I’ve seen him twice since then, it all worked out. He’s proud of his son, but I’m sure he still worries. I think dad finally retired, heard he was going to.

  25. lyn5 says:

    Sidney Powell thinks Trump received 80 million votes.

  26. Mothy67 says:

    What really bugs me about the Keebler Elf is he was in charge or at least a major player in HIV.
    There is no cure only treatments. I lost a lot of people over the years. There is no cure. Almost 40 years. I have friends who are doing very well on therapeutics. I am talking 20 plus years. No issues but they have to take a shit load of pills. Now there is PreP. It is expensive and it requires as long as you are sexually active to constantly take a pill. There are billions involved that would be lost if HIV was cured. Fauci has been knee deep in it for decades.
    I do not trust him at all. I was scared at 23 when I moved to NYC. Act-Up was a thing. Opportunists took advantage of actual deaths. It was gross. They used a health crisis for political gain.
    I was there in NYC and Philly when HIV was almost always a death sentence. I lost dear friends. I watched people gain power by manipulating the pain of others. It was repulsive. I smell the smell stench from Fauci today as I did in the late 80’s. He is about Fauci.

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  30. lyn5 says:

    Season 4 of The Crown is good. Jillian Anderson’s Thatcher is better than Strep’s.

    • lyn5 says:

      Episode 3 has an eating disorder warning.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Are you talking about Gillian Anderson from the x files? I know she was partly raised in England but also the US her over English accent drives me nuts. Katherine Hepburn commented on Meryl Streep by saying you can hear click, click, click in all her acting. It was too forced for Hepburn’s taste. I feel the same way when I watch Gillian Anderson doing a British accent I am aware that she is trying to be too perfect. I have never once thouht Nicole Kidman sounded fake as an American but Gillian Anderson is too emphatic. I lived in London for a spell and never once met anyone so deliberate in the Queen’s English. I tried to watch The Fall. Her accent was too precise. No one talks like that.
      Alas my excruciating boredom from Covid 19 has led me to the point where I dissect disposable tv shows.

    • lateblum says:

      I’m watching Queen’s Gambit. The Crown is next. I have become suspicious or Netflix ever since the bronco bamas entered the building. I believe there is a taint on everything produced by NetFlix. By the way, there is no “drug use” warning that I recall on Gambit. But I could be very mistaken. I’ll have to look this evening when I watch a third episode.

      • John Denney says:

        Oooo, I just started watching Queen’s Gambit, too! Finished Episode 2 tonight. 🙂

        I’m likin’ it. 🙂

        Taught my kid to play chess at about 3 or 4 years old, then later I read him the book, “Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess”. 🙂

        We got a magnetic travel chess set, and would play on a flight, or in the airports waiting for our flights when he was about 5.

        • lateblum says:

          So cool! Do you and your son still play?
          As a kid, I wasn’t interested in chess. No one in my family ever played. Later, one of my brothers started playing. My husband played it as well. He taught our 2oldest kids to play as well. It was nice they shared more than sports with him.

  31. Dora says:

    • lateblum says:

      DeBlasio seems to have made it clear that the people who are suspect in every way are the Jews. He has targeted them – at the very least – since the C19 outbreak. I think of my father’s parents in Europe in the early 1900’s who left Russia and Romania and kept their culture and religious affiliations hidden after their arrival here. They knew a Bill DeBlasio would appear and compete with the anti-Semites of their homelands.

      • 1539days says:

        The Third Reich used to say the Jews were disease carriers, too.

        • John Denney says:

          That’s funny, because it was a Jewish guy in Austria (?) who first made the connection between dirty hands & infections.
          He worked in a gynecological teaching hospital. They’d study anatomy, doing autopsies, then go deliver babies without washing their hands first. Surgical gloves hadn’t yet been invented.
          This of course caused raging infections & maternal deaths. But the Jewish guy’s patients did well, seldom getting infections. He finally concluded that it was because, as a Jew, he washed his hands after touching a dead body.
          He convinced the other doctors to do the same, and infections & deaths plummeted.
          But the other docs thought it too much handwashing and went back to their old ways, and infections & deaths returned to “normal”.
          He was so passionate about handwashing that he was discharged from the hospital for being crazy, and spent the last years of his life pleading with pregnant women on the street to have their doctors wash their hands before touching them.
          Everyone thought he was crazy.

        • lateblum says:

          It’s so hard for me to tap the “like” button on this. But I do appreciate that there are people who recall reading, hearing or seeing this and sharing it with others.
          I am truly sickened by what is happening.

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  35. Constance says:


    “We looked at how long it took to cast those votes. And we looked at the equipment that exists at all of those locations by serial number. And the fact of the matter is we can’t see any physical way possible for some of those votes to have been in those kind of numbers because they just don’t have the equipment that can produce it in that timing.”

  36. Mothy67 says:

    My brother and I bought a bar that had been a drug den. Filthy disgusting end of the line place.
    I saw a great opportunity. Most of the people in the area were decent moderate income people with no where to go but drive miles to a chain and buy over priced drinks. The local bars had over time surrendered to just being shit holes.
    We went in and did it all ourselves. Everyone said we were going to fail. The woman we bought the bar from proceeded to tell everyone it was a f a g bar. Trying to destroy us before we opened.
    I made it the cleanest well lit place that was within 20 miles. I put up a curse jar with all proceeds going to Christmas gifts for the under privileged in the district. I made pool table free except for league nights. I sold what I called ” Cheap eats just like mom used to microwave” .
    The previous owner was intent on ruining us before we opened
    I used it to my advantage. She is distorted in a way I don’t get. Sold the place cheaply but I think it hurt her ego that I was creating something different. I made it clean, safe, and bright. I took on the gay by hiring the local high school stars that had passed 21 to tend bar. I didn’t need to be open until 4. I let the Catholic Church dispense food from my parking lot with full use of my refrigerators and freezers. I put up a wall of books. Take one and read one if you want leave a book. I treated people with respect and asked for the same.
    My curse jar was filled with thousands that went to the school for Christmas gifts. I had the construction guys just dropping in 20’s. I offered something in a little bar that was not there— respect. I got it back. Seriously every bar in the area was a shit hole. I was doing booming business, but then my sister in law got involved. It was fine when it was my brother and I SIL’s are crazy. She fell apart one night when I not working was making out with a woman at the bar — in her mind I was breaking the law???? And she was going to lose her home. Because I am gay she could lose her home and life savings because her brother in law kissed a woman while not working at an llc. Okay then. I got bought out. They closed 11 months later and lost money. I didn’t.
    My point is I looked at what my customer base could be and I did not insult them. I took it from Hemmingway “A Clean Well Lit Place” not so much the short story itself but what the title evoked in me. Why shouldn’t the mailman up the street be able to have a brew without slime around him. I was doing bang business. I had a healthy relationship with the cops. They would knock or call and tell me I was exceeding or near occupancy. I had to say no more. I was pulling in 3500 a week for me. All i did was not insult.
    I think that is a simple recipe for success with all other things being equal. Trump did not insult the voters. He gave those not elitists or dirt poor dependent a place to speak. He is da Boss.

  37. Constance says:

    I ran across this comment on Gab. Yes, I’m starting to have an addiction problem with Parler and Gab.
    “How blind can you faggots be? If you haven’t noticed Dems and Trump Republicans have been messaging each other the past few days signalling what they have. It’s just chess. Trump signaled he knows they cheated. Dems called his bluff claiming he has no evidence and continued to scam more votes. Trump then has an announcement in front of a private crematory which is weird as shit but it is a signal to Dems he knows where they burned ballots and thus probably knows more about the fraudulent stuff they did. Dems immediately announced Biden as President via big media to signal Trump that no one will believe him and that people will riot against him. Trump makes a counter terrorism (remember Antifa is a terrorist org) replacement to signal that they will counter the Antifa/BLM riots Dems are preparing.
    This is literally politics 101, if you can’t figure this out go back to watching football.”

    Very Interesting, and no I did not catch any of this. Why warn them and posture? Just move in and start arresting people and obviously working your way up the arrest chain.

  38. Dora says:

  39. Dora says:

    • Constance says:

      The same old media faces are as dreary and uninspired as the same old Democrat faces. Their time is passed. I can’t wait for a new batch of young reporters with integrity and courage to form. The Democrat party needs to be dissolved. First the KKK and now Antifa and BLM. These people are just off base.

  40. Dora says:

  41. votermom says:

    I have started thinking;

    One if my biggest regrets in life is not realizing sooner, when I was younger, the meaning of trying to live a good life – trying to live as God wished for each of us

    As I realize this, I also begin to understand that now is the time to think about what it means to prepare for a good death.
    I don’t know the day, or the hour, but to be ready knowing this is what it’s about.

    There are pivotal eras in history. I think we are living through one of them. Much depends on how we each exercise our free will.

  42. votermom says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Obama’s Somali goons, he built that 😦

    • Angie says:

      And the Dems are very proud of themselves in MI for forcing them to certify even though they admit only 78% of the votes can be rectified with actual voters.


    • swanspirit says:

      He belongs in jail.

      • AniEm says:

        Ditto. He has all the instincts of a cartel warlord. How in hell did half this country become so rabid?

      • lateblum says:

        He probably lives in Dearborn. Several years ago, I attended a wedding in Dearborn. I selected to stay in a moderately priced motel that was in the list provided by the bride’s family. Since I didn’t know the layout of the city, and since it was a 5-10 minute drive straight down the road from the church and reception I figured what could be bad… it was on the edge of the Muslim area of the city. I was clearly in a different world the moment I stepped outside my door in the morning. I had some time before the wedding, so I thought I’d go out and walk around a bit. Every store, restaurant, and building name was written in Farsi (or whatever language it was). I saw no women and only a few men. They were wearing clothing that belonged to another century. I profess I was uncomfortable. I think if I had not been alone, I might have been less uncomfortable.
        I still wonder why the bride’s family included this motel in the list – other than the cost, I suppose. I am also sad that my discomfort with being alone in a different culture was so real. Perhaps because I hadn’t chosen to be that situation with a clear understanding of what I might be facing.

    • Constance says:

      And he is still walking around free? So there are no laws regarding threating the family of a political opponent. Get in there feds and make an example of him.

  43. Angie says:

    Still not conceding.
    I’m praying! God can make a way.

  44. DeniseVB says:

  45. Cisco says:

    I have big heap medicine for ANY goon, thug, and run of the mill felon.
    been there twice in 35 years of LE.
    i never ever want to be there again, repeat never.
    a unexpected, violent counter-attack is the best remedy, saved my ass

  46. Dora says:

    I don’t blame her at all.


    Megyn Kelly yanks kids out of NYC school over call to reform white children — and now she and her family are leaving the city altogether

    Veteran news journalist and media maven Megyn Kelly has pulled her children out of their New York City school and plans to leave the city behind altogether.

    Kelly announced the decision after learning that her kids’ school promoted the “reform” of white children in racially biased practices.


    • 1539days says:

      She can do her podcast anywhere, so why not move out of NYC? It’s a hell hole.
      No offense, Anthony, but you already know how I feel about the city.

  47. Dora says:

  48. Dora says:

    Watching Barron Grow.

    • Constance says:

      Great article. I’m saving it for reference. Thanks!

    • jadzia1971 says:

      I don’t understand why we can’t have strong nuclear families AND strong extended families. The availability of a strong extended family for my kids (grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins) was a huge part of the reason we moved here and it has been such a positive aspect of their lives.

      • Mothy67 says:

        I reached out to the woman I found with a bullet in her head back in the late 80’s. I had mostly ignored her over decades. I walked out of WaWa a little after 2 am. I had walked a lesbian to her car after being at Hepburns. I had a cheese hoagie, munchos, chocolate covered donuts and a USA today. I stepped out of the store and heard the shots. I made no choice. I simply went towards a woman at the corner. I knew nothing but to put my hands against her holes. The police arrived. They did not wait for ambulance. They picked me up with her in my sad arms and drove us to ER. She was bleeding to death. All she could say was I can’t die I have three children. So much fun in a paddy wagon with a dying mom. She lived. I learned.

      • Woke Lola says:

        I 100% agree, Jadzia. We’ve lost a huge vehicle for generational transfers of knowledge, leaps in child development, and just plain good human connections with the fragmentation of the extended family.

  49. foxyladi14 says:

    Steve Skojec
    You’re damn right our confidence has been affected.

    A dementia patient who couldn’t bother campaigning half the time and couldn’t get anyone to show up the other half seems wildly unlikely to have won fair and square.

  50. threewickets says:

    Pardon the interruption. Inside baseball for some of my closer friends, and not partisan or about me. It is incalculable how damaging and alienating the pranks and fake politics can be. For so little if any gain.

    • Constance says:

      If we go along with the remedies our Founders and our Constitution laid out for a fraudulent election, the country will be strengthened and the people who craved power so much they were willing to sell out, threaten other public officials and blatantly cheat will be the only casualties.

  51. foxyladi14 says:


    BREAKING: The @realDonaldTrump Campaign will be filing for a recount in the state of Wisconsin today

    — John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) November 18, 2020

  52. Dora says:

    This is sad.

    • Anthony says:

      Art imitating (local quality of) life… sad.

      My new 2 year lease begins December 1. That gives me two years to figure out where I’ll be relocating to. Who wants this crazy bastard to move into their town? Start pitching me now.

      • Miranda says:

        Raleigh, NC is within 2 hours of the beautiful NC coast and the world-famous Asheboro zoo, and 3 – 4 hours of the beautiful NC mountains. Our summers are hot but our winters are usually not all that cold. Maybe a few days below freezing. NC re-elected the Dem gov for some reason, but also went for Trump. Downtown had a lot of bars until they were destroyed in the riots, but we do have a lot of breweries. We have a great art museum, and if you’re in tech, you can probably find a job at the Research Triangle Park.

        • Anthony says:

          My job travels with me. Self employed, global, phone, Skype or zoom, fair percentage of face to face clients. Working to offset any losses from clients who prefer face to face that I’ll lose. Will look into Raleigh.

          • Miranda says:

            I will say that all the jokes about Southerners and snow are true. We’re tranquil before hurricanes, but .5″ of snow, and we cannot even. It shuts down. Also, if you head for the coast, we do have gators.

          • Anthony says:

            Years ago, I traveled the south for 3 months to write a paper on the social significance of the front porch in the rural south. Loved the people, hated the gators

      • Ann says:

        Assuming the country is open, our winter trip is to places we would like to investigate moving to. While Virginia would be first on the list, we are not moving from the NYS/NYC political dominance frying pan to the VA/metro-DC-area political dominance fire.

        Places we have on our list: Florida (which we really, really do not want to move to, although we loved our St Augustine area condo and are very familiar with the area, so comfortable), Alabama, Mississippi, SC, NC, and Kentucky.

        Hubby would love to love to South Dakota (taxes), and I think it is a beautiful state, but the winters… we’d be back to a second residence in Florida (or Arizona) again.

        • Miranda says:

          Everybody come to NC, and we’ll party!

        • Anthony says:

          Our own Somebody has been trying to lure me to Florida since we met. I lived in the West Indies for just under 5 years, so I’m undaunted by the heat. The gators, not so much… 😀

          Also considering Texas (gulf coast) I need to be near large bodies of moving water for some reason. Currently I live 1 1/2 blocks from the Hudson, which has saved my sanity on more than one occasion

      • elliesmom says:

        I’d pick a red state if I was going to move. I don’t know which one because I haven’t thought about it all that much. When we needed to move to a single floor house, Elliesdad was pitching South Carolina to me, and I was pitching Alabama to him. We ended up in RI because his neurologist said a place with old friends rather than needing to make new ones would make him less stressed. I like being near the grandkids, but if I’m only going to see them on video chat and a couple of weeks in the summer, than anywhere will do. I live in the reddest place a deep blue state could provide, but if there’s going to be a civil war, I’m pretty much surrounded by blue in all directions. So if I was moving, I’d go red.

        • Anthony says:

          That’s what I’m thinking. Odd, that NYC used to be a place where everyone from every background could live together peacefully. Now, I feel thar I might not belong or be welcome here.

      • Somebody says:

        Amelia Island, FL, historic, it was once ruled by pirates and we celebrate that heritage every year with a pirate invasion🤣 Quaint, historic downtown, two 5 star resorts if that’s your thing, miles of beach including a pristine natural beach inside a state park. Rivers, creeks, marshes, estuaries, and forests. Sun rises over the ocean and sets over the marshes. 35 to 40 minutes from a major city, but seemingly a world away.

        Orlando and all it has to offer is a couple of hours away if you like theme parks. Miami and all it has to offer is 5-6 hours away or a really short plane ride. Either are easy weekend trips. Prefer Atlanta or Charlotte? Both about 5 hours Any or all, easy weekend get aways.

        Like history? St. Augustine, the oldest city in the US is an hour away and loaded with history. Literally archives there to plunder as well as all the architecture and museums (NOT big museums like NYC). Travel another 1.5 hours south and explore Cape Canaveral and space exploration. Go an 45 minutes north and discover Georgia’s golden isles, have lunch at the millionaires club, explore what was once the private winter playground of the likes of Getty, Goodyear, Vanderbilt, Pulitzer, etc. Some of the aforementioned built “cottages” there which have been preserved. The federal reserve was created there 😲 Head another 45 minutes north from there and you’ll be in Savanah.

        Not a fan of history? Prefer nature? Kayak along the estuaries. Explore the Okeefenokee swamp. Hike in one of many expansive nature preserves. Explore all natural Cumberland Island and its wild horses, a short ferry ride.

        Why not do both? Explore one of many forts in the area and hike the adjacent nature preserves.

        Or forget all those things and enjoy one of the area’s biggest attractions ME🤣 Sit on the expansive decks of Salt Life, gazing at the ocean, enjoying the sea breeze in your face while sipping on the concoction of your choice and enjoying fresh seafood prepared with a Caribbean flair. All will engrossed in conversation with yours truly and no mask required😁

        Still not convinced? Governor Ron DeSantis😁 Stand your ground and castle doctrine😁 Gunshine state😁 No, zero, zip state income tax😁 Low cost of living

      • DeniseVB says:

        Without hesitating, Miami’s South Beach area, it’s where The Birdcage was filmed, and I’m wearing my Mango’s Tropical Cafe t-shirt now 😀 Just a super fun area and beautiful beaches.

      • 1539days says:

        Just don’t move upstate. I’m hours away from NYC and Cuomo’s reach is still screwing things up.

    • threewickets says:

      Must be a joke. Bill Clinton is David Rockefeller’s son, and the Clintons are close to de Blasio.

      • threewickets says:

        The brother from another Rockefeller planet Bill Clinton was in Harlem off Malcolm X from faking 9/11 through trolling the Hillary/Obama election and crashing Wall Street. Then he moved to the financial district I think. NYC is his town … warts, fake plague, and all. The man is mental.

    • DandyTIger says:

      I’m leaning towards the Florida idea as well. Virginia is getting on my nerves.

      • Somebody says:

        Dandy I regret to inform you there are no mountains in Florida. We do have rolling hills in the panhandle😉 There are some hilly areas around Ocala too, also to the north and east of Orlando beautiful land hills, huge oaks.

        The western side of my county is rural and very affordable. I’ve thought many a time about buying a few acres over there and becoming a hermit. My son continually begs us to buy a tract of land where he can build too.

        I guess it’s a pride thing for me. We started out over there, it’s where hubby worked. I whined and cried and complained about my miserable life, being forced to live in the middle of nowhere, oh woe was me, life was passing me by😭 We finally sold and lost our ass. We were young, we bought at the wrong time, overpaid to boot and sold at the wrong time.

        So, I don’t know if it’s the bad memories or the whole “full circle” concept, admitting defeat? Not sure, but I hesitate🤣 Although I wouldn’t mind as much now, let’s call it maturity

        I know you fly. There are several fly in communities in Florida, there is one very near me 83FL and of course the most famous one near Ocala 17FL where John Travolta lives. If you prefer to store your plane, check out 01J (Hilliard), one of the cheapest places around here for a hangar. There are many, many places though.

  53. DeniseVB says:

    Take a break from politics, they say. It’s healthy, they say. So I spent some time with the classic movie peeps, politics are banned, no prob, just silly little fire fights over the best and the worst of the genres. My contribution was a clip from a 50’s era Martin and Lewis movie, man, had no idea how many hated Jerry Lewis, haters still gonna hate 😀

    Then this one came up as the most chilling musical scene, I had to agree. Politics grabs you by the throat when you least expect it. (From Caberet, 1972)

  54. elliesmom says:

    I got into a conversation with my kids about whether I could or they could cross the state line to celebrate Thanksgiving together. It wasn’t really an issue because I have no plans to either visit them or invite them to visit me for the holiday, but it did give them an opportunity to tell me they worry I don’t take the statistics about the cootie flu seriously. (Not my son. He thinks the whole situation is fraught with humor, but his wife is terrified of getting cooties.)

    The thing is I understand math and how statistics can be created to suit a purpose. The tests used to decide if someone has the cootie flu have tolerance levels. Set the number of test cycles too low, and you get a lot of false negatives. Set it too high, and you get a lot of false positives. If you’re looking for honest results, you pick a number that catches nearly all of the positive cases with the fewest false test results. But we can create a sense the virus is receding or that we’re in a spike at will. Just “adjust the dials” on the testing equipment. Unless the number of test cycles is published and remains constant, the data about the number of cases is worthless. I’m guessing right now it’s set too high.

    So we move to the number of hospitalizations. Every person who enters a hospital is tested for the cootie flu. Once again, the equipment can be manipulated. An honest hospital would want to isolate people who are contagious from other patients, and they would want a test that told them which patients they were. But suppose a patient who was positive, even if symptom-free, who is highly unlikely to spread the virus brought the hospital a bounty? Then someone with a broken leg who could be listed as a cootie flu patient could be a valuable commodity. So they set the cycles high enough to possibly get a false positive, and if they can get one, they move the patient to isolation and collect the bonus. If you want to give the impression your hospital is teeming with cootie flu patients, it wouldn’t be hard to do. Like just before Thanksgiving. Or make it look like you have a ton of empty beds if Joe Biden takes office.

    From the start we’ve had issues with the cootie flu being listed as one of the proximate causes of death based on a positive test result- not on symptoms. I know of 3 people whose deaths had absolutely nothing to do with the cootie flu, but have it listed on their death certificates. They were all on medicare, which pays a higher rate to a hospital for cootie flu patients. Once again, the test results can be whatever we want them to be.

    So I have no interest in spending Thanksgiving with my daughter-in-law’s dysfunctional family. I do love her, though. I also no interest in making a big turkey that only my son-in-law really likes. Let him do it this year. The ban of folks traveling across the state line will probably get people so angry it will be gone on one side or the other in time for Christmas. Or we’ll work something out. But not based on the cootie flu’s stats.

    • Somebody says:

      You are so right about the cycles being dialed up or down and we should know the number of cycles. Otherwise it’s all BS.

      My daughter is not coming home and may not for Christmas. She’s not sure she’s “allowed”🙄 She’s in NC, they have a dem governor I can’t believe won reelection. He’s riding the wuflu shut down, panic train, like other dems.

      I don’t care if she chooses not to come home, she’s 34 and capable of making her own decisions. What I’m hearing isn’t that she prefers to stay home, I’m hearing she’s a sheeple and I said so. I may have offended her, but I’m telling you I didn’t raise a sheeple. She has always been a STRONG, independent young woman.

      She stood up to professors and liberal students in grad school. She had the temerity to bring up the Constitution and specifically the Bill of Rights in a conversation. She was chastised by her professor. A student snarkily said, “I guess we know where to find a copy of Atlas Shrugged”. My daughter’s retort, “I have two copies, would you like to borrow one?”😁 After class the professor told her she didn’t belong there and should drop out, she had no chance at success. Her reply, “I will not only succeed, I will excel. I’m not going anywhere. By the end of the semester, not only will I impress you, but everyone of the jackasses in this class will be groveling, asking for my help” 🤣🤣🤣

      Guess what? She was right on all counts. She was a pariah at first, but refused to be cowed. That same professor as well as others tried to convince her to pursue a P.H.D. She’d already been hired by a fortune 50 company before she graduated, so she passed.

      This isolation has taken a toll on her though😟 She really surprised me. The old her would be, I’ll take backroads, I’ll crawl over broken glass, this is America land of the free and of the brave.

      Side note, my son, who has always been more of a follower than a leader does NOT share the sheeple trait with his sister. Daughter has always been a leader, my son just last night asked me “What has happened to sis?”. He sees it too.😟

      Another side note, we have no restrictions on Thanksgiving, but it will probably just be hubby, myself, youngest daughter, son and grandkids. My siblings are apparently fighting a bit and my mom isn’t able to come. I was unaware of the sibling spats until today. They’ve left me out of things due to my diagnosis, who knew there’d be an upside to cancer😉

      • Somebody says:

        Home of the brave🙄

      • mcnorman says:

        They’ve left me out of things due to my diagnosis, who knew there’d be an upside to cancer

        There are always two sides to a coin. Stay the course…we’re here for you.

      • votermom says:

        This isolation has taken a toll on her though😟 She really surprised me.


        could be some kind of deficiency wearing her down – low iron and low vit D are very common and rarely diagnosed soon enough in women (usually they get paxil instead)
        a simple blood test can check
        these days you can buy a lab order online and brung it to labcorp or wherever

      • votermom says:

        btw, Somebody, I would like to pray for you – could you let me know your nickname?
        it just feels a bit weird praying for “Somebody”
        either here or email me votermom at g mail

        • Somebody says:

          My real name is Angie

          • Somebody says:

            I appreciate it VM, I could use the prayers. Right now more than anything, I’m frustrated with how slow things are moving. I may look back when I’m recovering from surgery or in treatment and pine for these days of hurry up and wait.

            My husband takes it as a good sign. He says, see it’s all going to be fine, you’re not a high priority. That’s a glass half full viewpoint. I don’t even know if my glass is half empty. I think I’m more like where’s my glass, who took my glass🤣 I feel like I’ve fallen and continue to fall through a crack.

            I’ve been patient, but tomorrow I’m going to start burning up some phone lines. I need imaging, the surgeon needs that guide to have some idea the extent. BTW, for once I want to be the dim one, don’t want to light up😉

            Thanks for thinking of me and for praying for me😘

          • votermom says:

            I will pray for you Angie
            I have been praying the rosary almost daily (missed today) and will say one for you

          • Shez ZK says:

            Thank You! I’ve wanted to know what your first name is for years. That fits you. We have two warrior Angies here. My name is Sherry but I’ve been called Shez my whole life, along with two aunt’s nicknames on our given names that we all became Sez, Mez, & Shez. Which got drawn out to Sezzie, Mezzie, Shezzie. My mother and siblings would include my middle name and call me Shezzie Kay. Hence my handle is a short version of my family nickname.

          • lyn5 says:

            You are in my thoughts and prayers, Angie. ❤

          • Mothy67 says:

            I got on my knees and always will to ask that whatever may come that he give you what you need. My prayer’s may be negated because I asked that Nancy Pelosi get anal warts. Oh well.

          • Locked-N-Loaded says:

            Somebody Angie, sending prayers your way!!

          • Angie says:

            1st of all you have to be Angie 2 around here. 😉

            2nd of all sorry to hear all this. Try to help your daughter snap out of it.

          • Constance says:

            I will pray for you and your family too Somebody/Angie.

          • Somebody says:

            Hold up a minute, I do believe I am older than you so that makes me Angie the first or Angie#1😉

            I understand it could get confusing, Anthony expressed concern when we met, he thought 1 and 2 would also be confusing. So I suggested he simply refer to me as The Supreme Angie to avoid any confusion🤣🤣🤣

          • 1539days says:

            Did you start out as nobody?

          • elliesmom says:

            I’m nobody! Who are you?
            Are you nobody, too?
            Then there’s a pair of us — don’t tell!
            They’d banish us, you know.

            How dreary to be somebody!
            How public, like a frog
            To tell your name the livelong day
            To an admiring bog!

            -The Belle of Amherst

            Somebody, You’ve got this. You survived having a child with cancer. Being the patient yourself will be easy in comparison. Good thoughts your way everyday. As always.

          • Somebody says:

            Thanks EM😘 💗

            1539, yes I was Nobody Special over at UW. Then during the back and forth over Obamacare I revealed my daughter’s cancer journey. They all insisted I change my name to Somebody Special. That seemed a bit much, IMO so I changed it to Somebody.

            After the fact I always wished I had used “Just Somebody”. Because some people can take the name Somebody to mean I am saying “I AM Somebody” or “Somebody Important”. When in fact I meant it as “I’m just Somebody, nobody really”.

          • lateblum says:

            Well you are Somebody Special to me/us. And you are in my thoughts and prayers daily. I
            figure G-d knows who I mean when I pray for you. But it is sweet to know your given name.

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    Dats Da Truff 😯

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  60. Mothy67 says:

    I am really stunned by Apple and t-mobile. I woke up around four with my calf burning. I could smell rubber afire. I crack my window and sleep with a ton of blankets so it was just pure luck my leg was on the charger. It is less than a month old. The cable had burned through in 3 places.
    I go and unplug shay’s phone. Then I call Apple on about every number I could find. Not even voice mail. I call T-mobile from whom I bought the phone. They tell me they have to deal with Apple.
    Here’s the thing. I wanted nothing but an apology and an overnight charger. I also would like no one to die in their sleep because they charged a phone. I know I’m a shellfish like that. How do two of the world’s largest companies leave themselves so open to liability. Imagine the lawsuit if someone dies because of a faulty cable from the same batch and they ignored my dozen calls. One guy tried to blame me?!?!?!?! Maybe i pulled to hard on the cord? Nope buddy I have been on lockdown I disengage my phone by pulling on the white plastic thing that connects to the phone.
    I had to take pics and mail to apple. I did not get an apology. I can use pup’s charger but you would think they would at least offer me a charger. I wasn’t crying I honestly was concerned that people could die.

    • 1539days says:

      I’d say post them on Twitter, but, you know, the banning.

    • lateblum says:

      I’m glad you are okay! I had a Motorola phone that became hot while I was charging it. So I had to be careful not to charge it overnight. Then, it started overheating when it was in my purse. It became so hot, that it burned my hand and I had to replace it. I called Consumer Cellular, who sold it to me, and called Motorola, the manufacturer. To inform them – just as you did, Tim. Consumer Cellular stopped selling it. They might have also issued a warning on their blog. I didn’t know about the blog at the time, or I’d have posted my experience myself. Motorola said nothing, but when I spoke to someone at Best Buy, they said they had heard similar stories about that phone, but they may have just been trying to sell me an iPhone. I don’t know.
      I appreciate that you shared the story here. I will let my son and dil know so that they watch out when they get their new phones. It’s the 12, right?
      Stay safe.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Yeah the 900 dollar 12. I am on hold right now with Apple. My brat has the same phone. Will post pics on the hole facebook blog. This was not a tiny threat.

        • lateblum says:

          Good luck with Apple!

          • Mothy67 says:

            Still trying to reexplain. Being transferred to yet another person at apple. My bed almost caught on fire. I am shocked by how bad customer service is for the biggest company in the world. I waited tables in my youth you pick up the plate and make things better. I am on tenth call. My phone could have burned me alive. Why not just apologize and send me a new charger.????

          • lateblum says:

            They think if they transfer you enough, you’ll just go away. It is maddening! The fear of retribution so outweighs the fear of doing actual harm. I think taking it to Twitter, Parler, FB, Gab and any other social media outlet makes sense. Let them know you will also talk about this on every blog you visit if they don’t listen to you.
            Write down your story while you wait so that you say the same thing to the next 10 people you are transferred to. Good luck! 🍀

  61. ecoast says:

    Now the strategy from Trump legal team seems to be: file in state courts with overwhelming
    evidence and then push it up to the Supreme Court. They may submit to the Supreme Court even more evidence that breaks the camel’s back. Supreme Court 5 will nullify the certifications and throw it to the House. Trump wins in the House.
    I thought they would go to the state legislatures (since battle ground state legislatures are Republican) and ask them to nullify certifications. But this would have been a political decision and the country may not accept.
    Supreme Court route has more weight. But they have only have one shot. Hope they are already working on the Supreme 5, maybe by giving them a preview of the evidence.

  62. Constance says:


    “Trump attorney Sidney Powell declares the Kraken was already RELEASED… and the results are just beginning to emerge”

    “We also have a video from Monkey Werx from last night, detailing the astonishing number of military aircraft in the air (over 1,000) yesterday and last night, including at least one flight from Washington D.C. to GITMO. Monkey Werks, an expert in monitoring air traffic patterns as a precursor to major political events, explained that he believed “airborne rendition” was likely taking place, which means treasonous actors are put onto airplanes and interrogated either mid-air or at various black sites across the country.

    This is likely being used to interrogate and flip many high-level sources who are now realizing they either need to testify as witnesses for the government or end up in prison for life (or worse).”

    • Shez ZK says:

      I’ve been following Monkey Werx on YouTube for awhile now, he knows his aircraft and bases. He said the average over the years he’s been monitoring flights is 250 daily and it has suddenly quadrupled this week. He put another vid up this afternoon showing a new record of over 1300 military birds in the air today, all kinds of activity. One came in secretly from Libya, he only saw its departing signal.

      • Constance says:

        I just watched the video from this afternoon. It’s certainly interesting. I don’t know what to think of it. 4X the normal military flights! Crazy!

        • Somebody says:

          I just want to go on record from an extremely reliable source. If there was really some kind of shit going down, nobody would be seeing those flights. Could also be someone wants the flights to be seen. Just saying my husband laughed at these reports. In his career he saw a lot of things from Grenada to actual wars. The start of the 1st gulf War was launched from the US, special forces left from here, ditto “shock and awe”.

          Did any of you know that? Nope. Was there chatter, oh look at all the planes? Nope.

  63. votermom says:

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    • lateblum says:

      This morning on news radio, they reported that the state of Michigan bd of elections were not permitting them to rescind their decisions. Of course this is also a CBS radio station that has been reporting on “the baseless claims” of PDJT. So I don’t know what is and is not true. Just the way they want it to be.

  65. lyn5 says:

  66. Angie says:

    They must have realized the promise of an audit was bullshit

    • votermom says:

      they signed affidavits that the y were pressured, families were threatened, and they thought the audit promise was legit

    • Constance says:

      Or someone put some serious armed guards on them and their families finally. And throw that asshole who openly and with witnesses threatened them in prison.

    • lateblum says:

      I am repeating whet I posted a little bit ago. It’s probably a better fit here . . .

      This morning on news radio, they reported that the state of Michigan bd of elections were not permitting them to rescind their decisions. Of course this is also a CBS radio station that has been reporting on “the baseless claims” of PDJT. So I don’t know what is and is not true. Just the way they want it to be.

  67. Mothy67 says:

    Only a matter of time

  68. lyn5 says:

    • lyn5 says:

      David Shafer @DavidShafer
      One of our monitors discovered a 9,626 vote error in the DeKalb County hand count. One batch was labeled 10,707 for Biden and 13 for Trump – an improbable margin even by DeKalb standards. The actual count for the batch was 1,081 for Biden and 13 for Trump.
      Had this counting error not been discovered, Biden would have gained enough votes from this one batch alone to cancel out Trump’s gains from Fayette, Floyd and Walton.

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    There’s no end to the corruption.

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