#AmericaFirst Open Thread

Myiq has a post in drafts. I’m afraid to click on it to see if it’s scheduled given that I accidentally erased one of his posts last week doing that. This thread may be short-lived as a result.

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74 Responses to #AmericaFirst Open Thread

  1. Woke Lola says:

    • Anthony says:

      Violence? I don’t see looting, arson or cops being executed. What you see is peaceful protest.

      • lateblum says:

        There will be violence if the Nextdoor in my neighborhood thingy has its way. People are verbally dismembering those who speak up against the governor, the lockdown, the wearing of masks, the imposition of isolation. I have read some moments that sound as if they stemmed from what we were taught as kids about the “evil Communists”.I think they’d turn their own mothers in to the C19 police if such an organization existed. They want to see death and worse than death come to the people who are posting studies that show “masks are minimally effective” against C19. The name calling and threats to publicly ostracize is rampant. When I said spoke out against it, I was told to get off the thread if I didn’t like what people were saying.
        People are frightened by design. This C19 is, I am certain, real. But it is also, contrived to destroy this nation and especially those who, like PDJT, want to see us continue to flourish.
        I’ve got to go now. The crazy notion that that Thanksgiving still has meaning, drives me to do things to prepare for it – even if just for a few minutes of standing around a fire pit on a cold Thanksgiving day with family.

        • swanspirit says:

          They are yelling on my Nextdoor list too. No threats yet, but lots of “SHUT THIS THREAD DOWN!” posts.

        • helenk3 says:

          the China virus has done more damage to this country than 2 world wars and a civil war. We can thank our politicians for that. It has been used as a weapon of fear. It is being used to restrict our freedoms. Many years ago I talked with a lady who risked her life to escape communism. One of the first things they do is restrict travel and congregation. Sound familiar? That new world order thing is at work with a lot of help from traitors of this country. Bid-on and the Benedicts are useful tools who can be bought cheaply and controlled easily. Trump was not so he has to be destroyed in any way possible
          God Help Our Country.

        • Ann says:

          If the lockdown worked the first time why are we having another?
          If the lockdown didn’t work the first time, why are we having another?

          As that and watch the replies…
          (It’s a meme, but it sure does make one think.)

        • Ann says:

          If the lockdown worked the first time why are we having another?
          If the lockdown didn’t work the first time, why are we having another?

          Ask that and see what they say…
          (It is a meme, but it sure does make you think)

          *sorry if this is a duplicate post 🙂

    • Gram Krakka says:

      Nice picture. 🙂 getting outside into nature sure helps mentally.

  2. Dora says:

    • Somebody says:

      This is so true, the isolation of the elderly has taken a terrible toll.

      • Woke Lola says:

        Yes it has, but I’d venture to guess nearly every one of those elderly people want to live. Full stop.

        This little privileged whippersnapper doesn’t understand that yet, and she may never know it depending on when she dies.

        • lyn5 says:

          Lauren is one of us.

          • Woke Lola says:

            I hear ya. Love ya, Lyn. She doesn’t understand the will to live once youth is gone. I’m finally just coming to understand it myself.

          • lyn5 says:

            My father has Alzheimer’s and has a very strong will to live. My mother who was a vibrant 82-year-old lost her will to live taking care of him. 😦

        • elliesmom says:

          Yes, older people want to live, but there comes a point where being afraid to die stops you from living. There’s a quote from Steel Magnolias- “I’d rather have 30 minutes of something wonderful than a whole lifetime of nothing special.” The character who said that was still young, but it applies doubly to most older people. If you’ve lived 70 years or so, the idea of spending a long time isolated from everyone and everything you love, when the risk is getting a disease with a 95% or higher survival rate for someone your age, just doesn’t seem worth it. Most of the older people in my circle of friends aren’t staying isolated by choice. There is literally no place to go. They would happily spend the holidays with family and friends, but their families are too frightened to let their older relatives decide for themselves. It’s our risk to take, and frankly, it’s infantilizing not to let us decide for ourselves.

        • Ann says:

          My father is so far out of it (Lewy body dementia) that it would be a mercy if he did not wake up tomorrow.

          My mother has not been allowed to touch him for eight months. She must take a covid test to see him for 30 minutes per week. If she tests positive, she cannot see him for two weeks.

          The staff takes the same test once per week and can touch him as well as work for 40 hours per week. If any of the staff test positive, they shut down the nursing home for two weeks.

          What this is doing to my mother is almost as bad as what it is doing to my father. Cruel and unusual punishment my mother has called it. Since Cuomo killed all those people early on (causing untold suffering), those in nursing homes (and their families) now must suffer for Cuomo’s earlier stupidity.

          If someone has a relative that is nursing-home eligible right now, what are the odds they would be willing to go into a nursing home? (My father asked to go in as he knew how he was progressing, and what would happen.) What are the odds that family will not put their elderly into a nursing home, even when it would be the best decision for all concerned? I expect more elder abuse, more falls and spills for the elderly, more addictions for those caring for the elderly as things spiral, more early deaths of a spouse as the care wears them down. I can say that if my father had to make that decision today, it is unlikely he or my mother would place him in the nursing home and the results would be just as horrible as what is happening now, they would just different results.

          • elliesmom says:

            When I first lost Elliesdad, I would go to bed at night wishing for just one more year together. Then the cootie flu hit, and I took all of those wishes back. He spent his last few hours with quite literally everyone he loved around him. There was more laughter than there were tears. Fast forward six months, and he would have died all alone. I’m not sure a few more evenings spent with me could have made up for that.

          • Woke Lola says:

            These some poignant stories y’all are sharing here. Thank you. And I’m so sorry for what this has done to all of us. In addition to the consequences you’ve named, I expect violent crime rates to spike in about 10-15 years because of what this is doing to our children. What’s happening today will quite literally be child’s play for them. Murder, rape, assault, forcible theft, property destruction, riots, and vandalism will be the coping skills of today’s abused kids tomorrow.

    • Gram Krakka says:

      Agree, but if Dr Death Emanuel has his way, if you are over 75 no treatment for you. How ironic that a Jewish Dr promotes non treatment of elderly. I have had many MDs who are Jewish and have received wonderful compassionate care from them. Hope they disagree with Zeke.

      • Miranda says:

        I thought the second round of vaccines was supposed to be for ‘over 65 with underlying conditions’.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Dr Death scares me. I was born in 1967 with two holes in my heart one the size of a quarter and the other a dime. My aorta was too far to the right. Valves leaked and ticker was four times normal size. I had 99% chance of death. I will be 54 in January. I am the oldest living person with pig valves. I got mine in 1970. They are supposed to last max 12 years.i have been called a miracle. Kinda freaky. I love bacon. I am part pig. Would Dr Emmanuel take a chance on me. I had something close to tetrology of fallot. My ticker was a bit worse. I was a blue baby. Most who live with what i had end up end up with retardation. My IQ is not MIQTXU but I didn’t do 2nd or 6th grades. I isn’t aint a smartie. I got lucky. I find it hard to comment on student loans cause I didn’t need them schools
        Threw money at me. My brat has or will have enough in her 529 to cover a state school. I pinch and save.
        I will openly admit to years of rehab. Would Eziakal Emmanuel have put me down in 1967. I was useless by his terms. I made it through the rain. I taught actual street people how to read, i do cancer with my sis. I rear a spoiled brat. I am about my brat all day everyday. She is awful. Not ten minutes ago she called me from five steps away to make food. I cave telling her I hate her. I know she knows I believe in her. My Shay counts. What would the madman Dr.Emmanuel have said in 1967? I would have died under his rules. I will be 54. I made it.

  3. taw46 says:

    Beautiful FLOTUS!

    • Constance says:

      She is so beautiful. That was a nice few minutes with the horses and music and Melania putting off beauty vibes.

    • swanspirit says:

      Thank goodness for Melania, bringing a sense of peace, and normalcy, into a topsy turvy time, and done with beauty and elegance.

    • Anthony says:

      She’s delightful. I hope she isn’t replaced by some toxic elder-abusing whore.

      • swanspirit says:

        Those horses were gorgeous too. The big gentle giants are so impressive!

        • elliesmom says:

          I’ve seen the Clydesdales at the Budweiser plant in New Hampshire. They are magnificant animals. I felt so small standing next to them.

          • swanspirit says:

            I was telling you about my summer in West Virginia. Lots of the local farmers still kept draft horses for plowing steep hills, where a tractor would turn over.

            One day, one of the farmers was taking his pair of percherons down the road to help out a fellow farmer with a steep hill, ( they do that kind of thing in West by God Virginia)and he let me ride one
            On the way there we were talking, as we rode along, and I responded to something he said by exclaiming whoa! really loud. Both horses stopped dead in their tracks. Those horses respond on a dime to voice command, and they are gentle enough for a child to ride.

            Very different than the stud pony I rode up the mountain, and threw me when he smelled some mares and took off; to leave me limping home all the way down the mountain.

      • elliesmom says:

        I have to laugh at my friends who think Jill Biden has “better character” than Melania Trump. Melania Trump knew Donald Trump for 5 years before they married, and Donald Trump was well-past his marriage to Marla Maples. Although the Bidens say they met on a blind date after she was divorced and Biden had passed a suitable period of mourning, Jill’s first husband tells a different story. She and her husband met Joe and his first wife together when Joe was running for the senate. After Joe was elected and his wife died, Jill swooped in like a bird of prey. She cancelled engagements with her husband to “help Joe out with his boys”. Her friends clued her husband in on what that was code for. Her first husband is writing a tell-all book because he’s tired of being lied about. For the record, I couldn’t care less about the bedroom dramas of the Washington elites. But Melania Trump was not a homewrecker or an adulterer. Jill Biden is no paragon of virtue in comparison.

        • lyn5 says:

          OMG. Jill Biden is the nastiest bitch on the left side of Hillary.

        • Somebody says:

          True or not regarding the past, it’s how she’s allowed her husband to be used in the present that bothers me the most. I think Jill Biden is a fairly attractive woman, although she sometimes dresses a tad inappropriately. She’s worn some dresses that were too short for someone her age in my opinion. Clearly I don’t agree with her policies, but honestly all that aside it’s that to me she doesn’t seem to care about her husband in the way I think a wife should. She seems sort of power hungry, gold digger type. Every marriage is different, who knows about theirs.

        • Anthony says:

          I read an excerpt from his book. He recounted an incident where he was driving his corvette and saw a friend who was also a cop. Friend remarked that he was lucky Jill had such influential friends to get his fender repaired so quickly. Mr Jill was baffled, friend got nervous and fidgety. After some coaxing, pal spilled the T. Seems Joe was driving the car, Jill was in passenger seat. Had a fender bender and managed to get the fiberglass fender replaced same day, which is almost impossible. The friend was the cop that went to the scene. Hubby said when he confronted Jill, she admitted she’d been screwing Joe for months, not ‘volunteering’ for local dems a few times a week. So much for ‘character’…

          • Constance says:

            And I can understand leaving your marriage. But I feel disgust for people who live a lie and stay married while carrying on. Especially when the whole world knows except their spouse who has done nothing wrong except trust their marriage partner.

  4. Somebody says:

    Interesting tidbit. You all know my hairdresser is a raging lib. He picks, picks, picks at me. He ragged on Trump in 2016, all through Russia, Russia. Wasn’t much of a fan of impeachment, became rather neutral following then seemed to lean pro-Trump late summer into fall. I didn’t know if he disliked Biden or was sort of resigned to accepting a Trump landslide and didn’t want to resist or what.

    I walk in this morning and he immediately goes off on the election. I thought oh good grief I don’t need this. To my surprise he was railing that Trump was cheated, the election was stolen from him. He voted Trump, btw. He said anyone sane HAD to vote for Trump🤣

    He went on to tell me most of his friends are liberals, he has some liberal clients. He says to me, “Angie, I don’t know a single person that voted for Biden”. He says my circle is liberal and we all voted Trump, not begrudgingly either, enthusiastically. I’m not even sure our vote here is correct, sure Trump won 3 to 1 here, but I think that was even fudged for Biden. I promise you I’ve been asking and I’ve not found one democrat here that voted for Biden. Everybody knew Biden was for lockdowns, for packing SCOTUS. We all knew he wouldn’t last long and who the hell knows what Kamala will do. No, no, no Trump may be an ass sometimes, but he hasn’t started wars, is trying like hell to end the ones we have. Trump’s policies have been fantastic for the economy and the US. I don’t know a soul that didn’t want his policies to continue, we knew with Trump covid would soon be in the rear view mirror. Only an insane person, a communist or someone that hates America would have voted against Trump.

    I was absolutely shocked. I don’t know about the 23% that supposedly voted Biden here, we do have a lot of transplants. Hell we have a lot of snowbirds that vote here and their home state, maybe they are the 23%? Anyway you that one third of democrats that when polled said the election was stolen? I think I found some🤣 People joked those are the democrats that voted for Trump, that may not be as much of a joke as we thought. Clearly your mileage may vary, different regions will vary, but damn my Obama loving hairdresser is a Trumplican🤣🤣🤣

    • Constance says:

      I was up in Rite aid yesterday and as I was paying the sides of the checkout lane are choked with displays of Biden our “new president” crap. The magazine holders seemed full so I don’t think there seems to be a market for it.

    • helenk3 says:

      I read somewhere that 1/3 of the dems think the election was stolen.

      • Somebody says:

        Right, that’s what I’m saying, my hairdresser is part of that 1/3. People joked that 1/3 are the dems that voted for Trump. I thought that a joke, but now I’m wondering.

        Even if only half of that 1/3 of D’s voted for him, all 90+% of R’s and it’s hard to imagine Trump didn’t win. Unless independents went 5 to 1 Biden. I haven’t seen anyone claim that.

  5. helenk3 says:


    Bid-on really has a strange idea of just what come together means

  6. Woke Lola says:

  7. Somebody says:

    This just in, I’m be blackmailed by a Brazilian🤣 A pretty stupid Brazilian at that. Supposedly said Brazilian has video of me masturbating and will send it to my husband and expose me. They had my husband’s name correct, btw.

    What kind of stupid blackmail scheme is that? Is this the 1920’s? My husband said the Brazilian is free to send it to him if he has it, but he’s not paying for it🤣 He’s curious how the Brazilian came upon said footage since I don’t have a webcam🤣

  8. helenk3 says:


    gee I wonder why. Most of the Hollywood crowd supports the benedicts who are using the China virus to restrict freedom to go to the movies. Sorry can not feel too sorry for them

    • 1539days says:

      Hollywood doesn’t even really care about the theaters. They’re hoping that they can find a way to get streaming to take up the slack. From the Mulan disaster, it won’t.

  9. Constance says:

    This is interesting. It’s a crowd source list of election 2020 fraud articles. By subject.

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