News Media-Induced Tourette’s Syndrome

I was recently self-diagnosed with NMITS: News Media-Induced Tourette’s Syndrome. I can’t be the only one.

Tourette’s syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, involuntary movements and vocalizations called tics. The disorder is named for Dr. Georges Gilles de la Tourette, the pioneering French neurologist who in 1885 first described the condition in an 86-year-old French noblewoman.

You are sitting in a waiting room at Jiffy Lube, or at the hospital, or perhaps you are visiting a friend or relative. Wherever it is, there is a television playing. Then a bloviating gasbag on the screen utters a phrase like, “President-Elect Biden” or “baseless allegations of fraud” and suddenly you are standing there screaming profanities and making obscene gestures towards the television. Everybody in the waiting room is staring at you in terror except for the teenaged girl in the corner who is recording you on her smartphone so she can uplead you to YouTube. That’s what it is like to have NMITS.

You might even be triggered by printed words like these from Michael Dumbass Shear:

Trump using last days to lock in policies and make Biden’s task more difficult

Voters have decided that President-elect Joe Biden should guide the country through the next four years. But on issues of war, the environment, criminal justice, trade, the economy and more, President Donald Trump and top administration officials are doing what they can to make changing direction more difficult.

Trump has spent the last two weeks hunkered down in the White House, raging about a “stolen” election and refusing to accept the reality of his loss. But in other ways he is acting as if he knows he will be departing soon and showing none of the deference that presidents traditionally give their successors in their final days in office.

During the past four years Trump has not spent much time thinking about policy, but he has shown a penchant for striking back at his adversaries. And with his encouragement, top officials are racing against the clock to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, secure oil drilling leases in Alaska, punish China, carry out executions and thwart any plans Biden might have to reestablish the Iran nuclear deal.

[…]

The president has continued to deny Biden briefings and access to agency officials — delays that the president-elect has said threatened to undermine the country’s response to the pandemic. And far from seeking to help Biden’s team, Trump has spent more than two weeks actively seeking to undermine the legitimacy of his victory.

[…]

Some of Trump’s advisers make no attempt to hide the fact that their actions are aimed at deliberately hamstringing Biden’s policy options even before he begins.

One administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because of not being authorized to talk publicly, said that in the coming days there would be more announcements made related in particular to China, with whom Trump advisers believe that Biden would try to improve relations.

Some of Trump’s actions are all but permanent, like the nomination of judges with lifetime appointments or the naming of his supporters to government panels with terms that stretch beyond Biden’s likely time in office. Once done, there is little that the new president can do to reverse them.

[…]

Other actions may be possible to reverse but are designed to exact a political price for doing so.

Since the election, Trump has ordered the withdrawal of thousands of troops from Afghanistan, where Trump aims to halve an already pared-down force of 4,500 by the time he leaves office, defying the advice of some top generals.

Biden’s vision for U.S. troop deployments is not radically different. He has said that he supports only small numbers of combat forces, mainly tasked with fighting terrorist groups like al-Qaida and the Islamic State group. But Trump’s last-minute withdrawals could force Biden into an unwanted confrontation with Democrats in Congress if he decides he needs to return to the modest preelection status quo.

Analysts say that Trump’s withdrawal of troops also deprives the United States of any leverage in the ongoing peace process in Afghanistan between the Taliban and the Afghan government, potentially allowing the Taliban to make important military gains.

Trump officials are also working to impose new sanctions on Iran that may be difficult for Biden to reverse, out of a fear of opening himself up to charges that he is soft on one of the country’s most dangerous adversaries.

The sanctions could also undermine any move by Biden to return to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, a step that would require providing Iran with economic breathing room after years of Trump’s constrictions.

Similarly, Trump officials continue to take punitive actions against China that are likely to further strain the tense relationship with Beijing that Biden will inherit. Last week, Trump issued an executive order barring Americans from investing in Chinese companies with ties to China’s military. Administration officials say more steps are in the works.

(No links to fake news)

Okay, first and foremost, Joe Biden IS NOT the president-elect. As of this moment, we don’t have a president-elect. But no biggie, inauguration day is still almost two full months away. There will be plenty of time for briefings. OTOH, briefing Joe Biden is a waste of time. Biden can’t remember shit, and he would only be POTUS for a few weeks anyway. If he is allowed to take office he should be called “Interim President” Biden.

As for the rest of the stuff Shear is bitchin’ about, boo-fucking-hoo.

Four years ago there were still recounts going on. When the recounts failed Hillary started urging EC electors to be faithless electors and pick her instead. NeverTrumpers were urging them to agree to vote for a moderate Republican. When that failed they tried persuading Congress not to certify the EC vote.

The first free-standing anti-Trump riots took place on election night. There had been numerous cases of Democrats attacking Trump supporters who were leaving campaign rallies, but these riots were unconnected to any rallies. There were numerous Democrat protests in the time between Trump’s election and inauguration, most or all of them featuring people screaming and crying and the words “Not My President” on signs, tee-shirts, and in chants.

While Trump was focused on the transition, Obama and his henchpeople were unmasking Trump associates and organizing “The Resistance.” Obama issued executive orders making it easier to make anonymous leaks while illegally spying on Trump and his associates.

As soon as it was clear that Trump had won in 2016 there were Democrats and RINOs assuring our allies, enemies, and frenemies around the world that Trump would be gone in 6 months.

I could go on and on but it’s already been documented on the pages of this blog. Go up to the calendar and take it back to Election Night 2016 and start reading the posts and comments. Four fucking years and every single day the Democrats were pulling some new shit.

So fuck all those fucking fucks. Joe Biden will never be a legitimate President. Neither will Kamala Harris.

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253 Responses to News Media-Induced Tourette’s Syndrome

  1. votermom says:

    I have been swearing a lot lately

  2. Angie says:

  3. votermom says:

  4. foxyladi14 says:

    We are not a nation to be ruled as sheep.

  5. foxyladi14 says:

    CALIFORNIA DEFIES 10pm curfew and sends a message to their Gov Gavin Adolf Newsom

    ☆🇺🇸WE WILL NOT COMPLY🇺🇸☆ pic.twitter.com/J9Wrwp2jVp

    — AMErikaNGIRL♥️ (@AMErikaNGIRLLL) November 22, 2020

  6. Mothy67 says:

    My Aunt Sarah is dying. I am not sure why we called her Dunny but we did. Her husband always called her Annie. I don’t think we smoked crack way back then maybe we did. I listenned to Annie’s song by John Denver. Fuck what a tune

  7. DeniseVB says:

    What’s been triggering my TS lately is that every clickbait conservative journalist or influencer has been covering election news like those idiotic Q-Anons…..wait for it !, it’s coming!, believe the plan! Stay tuned! I guess I’m just sick of it. Still hoping for the best, preparing for the worst. I’m not ready to live in a world that Joe is interim President. I never really hate hated Obama, but I did his supporters and Joe’s are worse than that. Just ewww.

  8. Mothy67 says:

    Okay very wierd. The brat is using my amazon music. I Used tv to ask for Sundown by Gordon Lightfoot the tv sent me to a suicide hotline???

    • 1539days says:

      I thought that song was about homicide.

      Is “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” going to preceded by a PSA for water safety?

    • John Denney says:

      Oooo, Sundown!

      Another of my karaoke favorites, especially when my friends, including the opera-trained KJ, do backup harmonies along with me. 🙂

      Same with Beach Boys, “In My Room”

  9. Mothy67 says:

    My voice remote has gone crazy! I said play St Elmos Fire it played Two Mules for Sister sarah. What?

  10. votermom says:

    POTUS hasn’t tweeted in 18 hours?

    • Constance says:

      Monkey Werks Overview says there have been a lot of small plane flights in to and between Gitmo, a prison site in Puerto Rico, and some site in Guatemala. They are coming out of Dallas, Ft Lauderdale and DC and started November 7th. He speculates they are rendition flights. That combined with the fact that military flights were 4 times normal last week. Ok I am in to conspiracies.

    • helenk3 says:

      that must scare the benedicts, wondering what he is up to

  11. Mothy67 says:

    I think I skipped to the loo. I might be nuts. I tell my voice remote to play Dust in the Wind and i get the movie Precious. I can’t stop asking for stuff nothing is even close. I asked for Titanic and I got My Two Dads. I admit it is fun.

  12. driguana says:

    It is getting more and more difficult to have faith….with all the hatred being spewed…

    • jentx says:

      I think this is all a test. We must trust GOD, Donald J. Trump and his team, and our hearts and minds and souls. We must LIVE UP to the test though too and that means fight with everything we have–call your elected officials, speak out to others, stand resolute, and get ready to rejoice because I feel that there is no way Donald J. Trump is not touched by GOD and I think that this country is about to have a re-set but not the one ‘they’ are thinking about but rather a re-set putting America, Americans, GOD, and all that is good out there first and foremost. Ignore the devil, spit in his eye, turn OFF the TV, turn ON positive and truth ONLY, and remember that the party we will have when Donald J. Trump is declared WINNER and President until 2024 will be so sweet the tears are running down my face just typing these words. GOD will not let us down and neither will Donald. MAGA forever! And NEVER stop praying and asking GOD for what we can do to make this happen….

  13. votermom says:

  14. Dora says:

    • Anthony says:

      If lockdowns worked, we wouldn’t be having a surge, would we? Thank God people are waking up.

      • Somebody says:

        My 7 year old granddaughter called bullshit. When 7 year olds see through the BS, you’ve lost. Time to move on.

        • Anthony says:

          The 7 year old in all of us saw through the bullshit, but in many, their adult ego functions have scolded their inner 7 year old and told it to just be seen and not heard

      • 1539days says:

        Basically, people don’t understand the way math influences statistics. Locking down when cases have exploded will not bring cases down, cases will go down because all the people who can be infected in a cohort will be affected. Then the cases go down, it will be credited to the lock down, as it was in NY.

        California put in heavy restrictions before their numbers got bad and they still had a “spike” when many other states did. When the WHO declared a pandemic on March 11, it didn’t mean “we need to start fixing this NOW,” it means “it’s too late and we can’t stop it.”

      • DeniseVB says:

        New York GOP is as worthless as the Virginia GOP. They just issue strongly worded tweets to prove they care while commies take over our states.

  15. votermom says:

    thread

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  19. Angie says:

    Ron Coleman retweet

  20. NewOrleans says:

    My Senator tweeted this out a few hours ago.

    I emailed him. I hope I expressed myself clearly enough.

    My family has supported you each time you’ve run for office. We voted for you just 3 weeks ago. After tonight’s surrender tweet, we obviously regret that support. We’ll certainly never make that mistake again.

    You’re a spineless, worthless pussy and a top-notch piece of shit for not supporting President Trump while he exhausts all remedies against the obvious fraud perpetrated in November’s election.

    Remove me from any mailing lists you have access to. I will never vote for you or support you in any way for any future office you seek.

    You’re one pathetic motherfucker and a real disappointment to Republicans everywhere.

  21. votermom says:

    this might be useful when replying to the thieves

    https://tinyurl.com/y2fh6rto

  22. 1539days says:

    I guess Bill Clinton is responsible for the 9/11/2001 attacks now. MSNBC and CNN have now changed from blaming Bush for not reading a memo to saying that Al Gore’s 35 day tantrum and Clinton’s delay in getting briefings to Bush were dangerous so that they can use the same made up theory against Trump.

    Biden was getting briefings while he was a candidate and Kamala Harris gets the same information now as a sitting Senator. Oh, and by the way, Biden is a moron losing more mental faculties by the day.

    What do you call someone who finished dead last in law school?
    Joe Biden.

  23. Dora says:

    • Somebody says:

      That is insane, it’s like the footage we saw from Australia. I can’t believe this happened to someone in the USA.

  24. lyn5 says:

  25. DandyTIger says:

    Amazing how the usual GOPers, esp. establishment types, are all happy with the 74+M that voted for Trump thinking those are their voters. And that they’ll be voting for them after Trump is gone. They have no idea. Just watched some of Laura Ingram and she was saying exactly that. Even with Trump losing, yes, she’s 100% on board with Trump out, she was saying we can all be optimistic because so many new GOP voters, and so many showed up. Firstly, most of those aren’t loyal GOP voters. And now with the GOP rolling over to the Dems and China and the EU, why on earth would they think those Trump voters would vote for them. Also, in case they hadn’t noticed, voting now has no meaning. Your vote doesn’t count. Democracy is an illusion. The machine decides, not you.

    • swanspirit says:

      I watched A bit of Laura too, and when she got to that point, I turned it off and went back to Maine Cabin Masters. She is an idiot, to think that would happen. In Maryland, the Republicans are fed up with RINO Hogan.
      Trump could start his own party, at this point, and it would be formidable.
      STFU Laura.

    • lyn5 says:

      #Oneof80million

    • lyn5 says:

    • taw46 says:

      I have hardly watched FNC since the election. But I decided to tune it to her show tonight, so I saw that bs. Really, her entire tone is different. She thinks we are idiots, that all she had to do is (fake) praise PDJT and we will fall in line. They had a chyron saying some bs like “Why we have reason to be optimistic”. Well, eff her, no more watching her show. And yes, if this fraud isn’t corrected, there is no reason to ever vote again. I had to laugh when she talked about the republicans standing up to the democrats. They can’t even stand up for their President. GFY, Laura.

  26. NewOrleans says:

    An excellent point made by Dr Gina that squishy Republicans should keep in mind.

  27. Constance says:

    Here is the link to Monkey werxs overview discussion of military air traffic today. Very interesting. Of course I have a crush on him but he still give interesting info. Just a reminder that last week everyday had 4 times the normal amount of military flights. Now it’s down to twice the normal daily flights.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Hmmm, very interesting.

      • Constance says:

        I know. Didn’t he say a huge plane, Boeing 767 cargo came in to one of the black sites from Ontario? Odd but that is where Dominion headquarters was.

        • taw46 says:

          That was interesting, I will have to follow him. I’m up for some conspiracy theories, lol.

          • Somebody says:

            I’m going to say this again, take it for what you will. First my source is my husband who worked air traffic for 32 years in Florida, in ZJX which is an enroute center that covers most of the state of Florida, a third of Georgia, southern most Alabama, most of South Carolina and chunk of NC. It extends way out into the Gulf of Mexico and out into the Atlantic. The very southern part of Florida is controlled by ZMA (Miami), Miami airspace extends south into Caribbean etc.

            He worked traffic for decades, but he spent the last few years of his career in what is called traffic management or flow control. Flow control deals with big picture and coordinates very closely with adjacent facilities and the military and in my husband’s case also NASA on a daily basis. They also coordinate with other facilities daily or as needed in his case DC and NY were daily, east coast flow. He also spent a year coordinating with the military and there is a LOT of military activity in ZJX, probably the highest amount in the country due to warning areas (training) and bombing ranges. Early in his career he spent a year working on what is called letters of agreements which has to do with airspace use, most of those involved, you guessed it the military.

            Beyond that at ZJX he was in charge of a new system being implemented nationwide that meters the flow of aircraft, I’ll spare you the details of that, but it involved a nationwide view of air traffic at least as related to ZJX airspace including overflights. He is now working on a brand new system that connects US traffic control better with international traffic control, right now adjacent countries. As such he has had to become familiar with at this moment specifically Canadian traffic patterns and flow and the entire northern tier of the US.

            So that’s my source, I personally find him to be a credible source. So too does the government, in fact he is a certified subject matter expert in ATC and multiple ATC systems currently in use or under development.

            I showed him this entire video, now remember he spent 32 years working pretty much the airspace featured in this video. He said he didn’t see anything that he considered unusual.

            He then went into flight aware and how it gets its information vs real data. In a nut shell he says flight aware exhibits what the government allows you to see. If they don’t want you to see it, you don’t see it. There is stuff that they don’t want you to see all the time and guess what? You don’t see it.

            That doesn’t mean that there isn’t something going on, he clearly doesn’t know if there is or isn’t. He’s just saying based on his real life experience, which includes a lot of clandestine flights and operations involving the military and a host of alphabet agencies, you wouldn’t see it on flight aware.

          • taw46 says:

            somebody, that is exactly what I thought when I watched it. When he talked about these military flights and “wondering if something was going on”, I thought if it really were, you wouldn’t know it. Not with the military’s capability to hide what they don’t want you to see.

            And why would they think the military would be taking people to black sites to question them? Or hold them? If people were “disappearing”, the word would get out, no?

          • Constance says:

            Monkey Werx was comparing the air traffic that is visible and usual to the air traffic that is visible and going on now and saying there are differences that stand out. He did talk about planes that left gitmo but never were on the arrival list and also had a list of planes that are seen to make runs to gitmo and was checking where else they went or had been. He also talked about planes switching identifiers while in flight. I find his observations interesting.

          • Somebody says:

            There are flights in and out of gitmo all the time. As for arrival not being listed that would depend on where they were going, what type of flight, etc. Changing identifiers? That is unusual, but not impossible and not necessarily nefarious, but yes it is unusual.

            There are a lot of “unusual” flights in that area on any given day. A lot of drug running, a lot of alphabets because of said drug running and some interesting military flights. That’s not even broaching test flights.

            I honestly don’t know what, if anything, is going on. If my husband was still working at ZJX he’d know all the details of any flights through their airspace, but alas he’s not.

  28. Angie says:

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  30. lyn5 says:

    Loved The Queen’s Gambit. ROFLMAO at the episode 1 ending. I ordered the book by Walter Tevis.

  31. lyn5 says:

  32. Mothy67 says:

    Vmom
    Soooo funny about swearing. I was so concerned about words when the pup was wee. Her dad curses in that ugly way. He yells fuck you at my mom who is his grandmother. I say fuck off usually in jest. It’s different. I curse a lot now. My girl can handle me calling Lady Gaga a cunt. She is my bestie. I have to be real. She is dating Harper who lives in a real mansion. His house is bigger than my block. He makes Barron look like a dwarf. Six six. I say he is a gay all the time. He is so not. Shay gets that I care in unspoken terms. I am paying attention. It is funny to hear her yell my boyfriend is not gay. I get to be a bigger asshole the more she protests. Harper gets it. He called me totell me he was not a gay. Kid has a sense of humor. I am scared. My twig has become her own branch. She can drive? I have to use Nancy Pelosi’s quivers. I had to use what I be to talk. I be an asshole. I would never be taken seriously if I tried to sit down and do a 1950s Ward Cleaver birds and bees conversation. My shay knows I am an asshole. I had to call her boyfriend a homo in disparaging terms to get her proper attention. Baby knew what I was doing. I told her to reflect on how I made her think and then said fuck off. She is my star. I had to use extreme language to get her to listen. Callin her boyfriend a f a g was fun. I am her monster. I take nothing seriously. Everything makes me laugh. My kid laughs.

  33. Mothy67 says:

    Don’t tell me it’s not worth dying for. I would slice my own throat in Time Square for my brat go ahead fuck with me

  34. Mothy67 says:

    I sang this everyday
    There’s only one song worth singing
    They may try and sell you
    ‘Cause it hangs them up
    To see someone like you

    But you’ve gotta make your own kind of music
    Sing your own special song
    Make your own kind music.
    I won.

  35. Mothy67 says:

    Best song to a kid ever

  36. lyn5 says:

  37. Angie says:

    • Anthony says:

      I’m at the point where I neither believe nor disbelieve anything that I hear from social media, the MSM or either side. The only thing I believe in at this point is results. Between Sidney Powell doing a strange 180, activist judges fast tracking the certification of the election results, that scrawny dog eating motherfucker suddenly showing his face all over the place, I can only conclude that said dog eating motherfucker is looking forward to his third term while wearing a Biden mask.

      All I can do is see what comes to pass and adjust my attitude about our politics and the way I’ll have to live my life accordingly. I’ll say this – I won’t ever conform to anything I don’t believe in. If I were alive in the 1920’s, first thing I would have done is open a speakeasy. I can’t wait to see what I’m going to do in the 2020’s, but one thing is for sure – I’m not going to lie down and be steamrolled.

      • DeniseVB says:

        People are grasping at straws (where they’re legal 😉 ) and righty tweeters know that by putting out unverified garbage to feed their followers. My GAFs are being seriously triggered right now. I’ll be glad when this is over. Either way, I want to punch something, especially the next person to tell me don’t be a baby and say Joe isn’t my President. LOL.

        • Constance says:

          I’ve started irritating Libs on Nextdoor by commenting “this claim has been disputed” after their regurgitation of narrative. It’s pretty funny, it really pisses them off.

      • Constance says:

        I can’t wait to see what you do in the 2020’s either. I love watching the responses of bold people. I’m a quieter person in Real Life but I’m considering making some different options.

  38. Dora says:

    He sounds like a nice, friendly guy. (Sarc)

    ======

    Trump-hating actor Robert De Niro: President’s supporters ‘should be afraid of what’s gonna happen’ when he’s out of office

    https://www.theblaze.com/news/robert-de-niro-trump-supporters-should-be-afraid

    • Somebody says:

      Stop and think if anyone had said something like that about Obama supporters. BTW, many people that voted for Obama also voted for Trump.

      I never thought I’d live to see this kind of thing happen in the US, yet it is and it has been for years now. This kind of aggression and often times violence has become normalized. It is so antithetical to the foundation of this country and yet here we are. I didn’t agree with Obama’s policies, but I would have marched in the street with his supporters and demanded action if they were treated like this because at my core I am an American.

  39. DeniseVB says:

    F**k. Most tweets this morning is “trust the Lord and The Plan”. FTS.

    • Anthony says:

      Heh… ‘trust the plan’ my ass. More like “You’ll know what’s the in the plan after you pledge to support the plan” I’ve seen this movie in 2009, and I already know how it ends. Show me the fucking plan first, then I’ll tell you if I can trust it or not.

      Ingraham is trying to save her show and secure her future. It won’t work out that way for her. I only started watching FNC because they were the only source that informed me about current non-political news and events, and the only outlet that didn’t dedicate 100% of their programming to brainwashing me into hating Trump and his supporters 24/7. It was NEVER about her, or Tucker or any of the others. It was about the diversity of the content.

      In its heyday, FNC still had Cavuto, Brett Baier, the insufferable Shep Smith and Mike Wallace, who will never be a fraction of the man his father was. I didn’t watch those shills, and I don’t need to watch Ingraham, Carlson, Hannity or any of the other new shills.

      My ‘See ya later’ moment came the instant AZ was declared a win for Biden on election day. Their explanation was “Its not ‘too close to call’ as much as it is ‘close enough to know’.” That was it for me. Next day, I bought a Roku Ultra and am in the process of accustoming myself to streaming.

      • Angie says:

        I don’t trust the plan (although I do pray) but I do trust that Trump will do everything possible to expose these corrupt motherfuckers.
        This kind of shit has been happening in Dem machine controlled cities for years and everyone knows it. Why are cities like Philadelphia or Chicago always the LAST to report votes when statewide offices are on the ballot? We know it’s about “finding” the votes they need for the Dem to “win.” That’s how MI, WI & PA can all have R controlled state legislatures yet every statewide office (governor, secretary of state) is held by a Dem.

        The vote by mail scam allowed them to keep counting “found” ballots for weeks to make up for Trump’s huge leads.

        It will be poetic justice if Trump wins after the MSM declared he lost and if Clarence Thomas is the guy writing the opinion that ends Biden once and for all. I do want that to happen.

        If they (Dems, media) get away with this it isn’t just about Trump–our votes will not ever matter again. And if they are I will #RESIST Biden the same way the Dems “resisted” Trump.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I think social media is killing the msm, like music videos killed the radio. I look for honest reporting rather than people I want to agree with. Now that everyone on social media has an opinion on their personal truthiness, they’re starting to annoy me too.

        I look forward to see who rises from the ashes from the 2020 clusterfuck. Trump will always be our Trump and we all know that Biden is the disposable useful idiot who’s about to throw his supporters under the bus with his gawd-awful “picks”. I’m trying to make this fun now…….we did pull it off in 2008 😉

      • lateblum says:

        I just found a channel on ROKU called locast it gives you access to your locally broadcast tv channels so you won’t need an over-the-air antenna. I am now streaming local stations that I couldn’t get before last night. I found out about it while looking into Sling tv. NYC is one of the cities that’s included in this service. You need to register online when you first add it to your list of channels. I’ve seen really good reviews on the Ultra. Enjoy!

        Btw, you had me at “ Heh… ‘trust the plan’ my ass.”

      • elliesmom says:

        I don’t often turn my TV on unless I’m at least going to semi-watch it. It’s usually early evening before I do that. While I occasionally catch other shows on Fox, Tucker Carlson is the only one I see on a regular basis. I started watching him when he was on CNN and wore a bowtie. He pulls down a 5 – 6 million dollar salary at Fox. His net worth says he could retire tomorrow and live very well. Ego being what it is, though, he’s unlikely to take a huge cut in pay to go to OAN or Newsmax. Maybe he’d be in a position of taking one of them to the top of the heap, or maybe it would kill his career. In his position of having the highest rated show at Fox, he’s in the best position of all of their anchors to be able to push back. Only he knows how far he can go and how much risk he’s willing to take.

        There’s a lot of talk about Trump’s starting his own media empire. Given his age, it’s probably not something worth doing unless one or more of his kids wants to be a media mogul. The spotlight is always on the three oldest kids, but there are five of them. Tiffany seems headed for a career in the law, but that doesn’t mean she wants to be a lawyer. Barron is far too young to be expected to know what he wants yet, but he’s at just the right age for the grooming to take over the family business to start. I went to college with a young man whose father was a diamond merchant. Will insisted he was going to be a chemical engineer, and he was never going into the jewelry business. His father indulged him, but in the long run Will became a diamond merchant. Maybe one of the older boys would rather be in media than real estate, or Ivanka might be tired of fashion. But I don’t see Trump in the media empire building business without at least one of them on board.

    • Angie says:

  40. Dora says:

    Very strange indeed.

  41. taw46 says:

    Let’s get rid of the remaining businesses that managed to hang on through the first shutdown……..

  42. Angie says:

  43. jadzia1971 says:

    So our new “eco” city government (well, not my city, but my kids go to school there, so I’m stuck driving in twice a day)–having closed the downtown bridge to cars, eliminated a huge amount of downtown parking, added parking-enforcement cameras to police the parking spaces that remain, transformed well-used traffic lanes into bicycle lanes that literally nobody is using, and wondered why nobody goes downtown anymore–has eliminated the big city Christmas tree. I drove through downtown this morning and it was so depressing–they put a living-room size tree there instead and apparently put up a few more tiny ones in further flung neighborhoods.

    Living in socialist paradise.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Sounds like that town is begging for a Les Miserables flash mob 😀

    • lateblum says:

      Evanston spent $$ in the millions to tear up Sheridan Road and Chicago Ave over a couple of years in order to put in bicycle lanes that are separated from car traffic by imposing curb-like structures. There are new traffic lights that give pedestrians and cyclists abundant time to take over intersections and stall autos, buses and trucks so that emissions from vehicles can endanger said pedestrians and cyclists as well as the residents living along those streets. You need a PhD to figure out traffic directions here. But that’s okay because cyclists and foot traffic have right of way regardless of what the traffic lights say. It has become an institution run by the inmates here. They had joyous demonstrations on Nov. 4th. They wore masks because they are nothing if not politically correct.

      • elliesmom says:

        If we had decided to stay in IL longer, Evanston is where I was house hunting. We lived in a condo out near the Palwaukee Airport in unincorporated county land near Wheeling. I think it’s a town called Prospect Heights now, but the town didn’t exist then. Elliesdad worked in Skokie. The real estate agent who was showing me houses couldn’t quite grasp why someone in her 20s wanted to trade a spiffy new condo with everything shiny for an “old house”. But I liked Evanston.

        • lateblum says:

          I *know. No one – not my friends, not the realtor, not even my parents could understand. But, despite the wokeness and the taxes, and the politics, I still love it. We, as a family, and I as an individual, have had a decent life here. Even my sister and her hubby in VT love it here and wish they could live here.
          My children’s pediatrician had an office in Prospect Heights. That was the first I had ever heard of it. We lived in Schaumburg at the time. We kept him even after we moved to Evanston when they were toddlers. He opened an office in Skokie by that time.
          My son and his family live in the Skokie-Evanston area.. It’s called Skevanston.it sounds silly, but everyone who lives there say they have to best of both worlds. Lower taxes and great schools. It’s too bad we didn’t know each other back then. Even so, I’m grateful to know you now. ❤️

          • jadzia1971 says:

            I really liked Evanston back when I lived in Chicago.

          • lateblum says:

            Me too. I didn’t start out in Evanston. When I got married, I agreed to buying a house in Schaumburg if – and only if – we could ultimately move into Evanston. It took 5+ years, 2 babies, and two houses, but it’s where we finally ended up in 1977. I’ve been here ever since.

          • elliesmom says:

            Elliesdad was working in the computer division of a pharmaceutical company. He came up with a new use for what was then brand new technology- the bar code scanner, His work caught the attention of National Cash Register, and they offered him two positions, one in Ohio and one in San Diego. He ended up turning down both offers, but it made him realize he didn’t want to stay where he was so he asked me to stop looking for a house. Before the year was over, we were back on the east coast. We moved around a lot in the first years of our marriage, but Elliesdad always came back to New England between stops. Home was actually Pennsylvania to him, but he used, “My wife is homesick” as an excuse for moving on although I was never the one to initiate a move.

          • lateblum says:

            💕☺️💕

        • Gram Krakka says:

          For much of the early through mid 80’s I stayed at a Howard Johnsons in Skokie while doing R&D work at Mazer Chemical in “Gurnee and my company’s Chicago manufacturing plant on W North Ave along the North Branch of the Chicago River. We stayed at HoJos because it was independently owned and had a really good seafood restaurant attached. Every evening they had a different $1 special, like a bucket of mussels or pound of peel & eat shrimp. I have a lot of good memories of my years there. I did a lot of driving around on my own exploring Chicago including Evanston. As I recall it seemed to have a small town vibe with lovely older homes.

          I was covering 2nd and 3rd shift during the Iran Contra hearings so got to watch the hearings while getting ready for my shifts. I was at the plant the morning the space shuttle exploded with teacher Christa McAuliffe aboard. I was in Chicago when mayor Harold Washington died at his desk, when the teachers struck in 1987, and when a young girl was killed by gang cross fire in the notorious Cabrini-Green projects.

          https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/skokie/ct-skr-hotel-torn-down-tl-0421-20160414-story.html

          • elliesmom says:

            We stayed at the Skokie Hilton a couple of weeks while we were waiting for our furniture to arrive from Boston. We had a toddler, and President Ford came and stayed there, too, which shut down all but one elevator. At the time we didn’t know our way around, and I know the company was trying to impress Elliesdad, but your HoJos would have been a better fit for us. When we came back, the new company put us up at the Sheraton at the Prudential Center in downtown Boston. But there I knew my way around, and I moved us to a Travelodge in the burbs where we were moving. After that, I got smart. I let Elliesdad go on ahead and stay in the hotel. When he called me and told me our furniture had arrived, I headed out for the new place. I always had friends or family I could stay with in the old place, and as he moved up the corporate ladder, it took less time for our furniture to arrive.

      • jadzia1971 says:

        I forgot to mention the most ridiculous part: the bridge that was just closed to cars? Is TWO HUNDRED METERS AT MOST from a lovely, relatively new pedestrian/bicycle bridge that is loved and well-used. At this point the city’s approach is beginning to feel punitive.

      • Mothy67 says:

        They did the same thing here years ago there are bike lanes all over downtown. I don’t know who can bike to work? It rains here more than Seattle. It is also frigid from November to April. Pittsburgh exits at the confluence of rivers. Every neighborhood is uphill. I could bike to downtown. I could never bike back. I bike a lot i could never make it up the main hill. The push for bikes has slowed down traffic. I can see the Cathedral of Learning which is this sexy gothic building on Pitt’s campus from my back porch. If I use public transportation it takes me almost two hours to get there. Most of the major roads were built for a horse and buggy. Not car traffic. Cyclists always get the right of way. They are obnoxious. Slow. They aways look like rejects from the Manson family or extras from a snuff film from Seatlle. Dirty mofos. Ugly as sin. The public transportation shares the bike lanes. It is so ass backward. The proggie mayor who is dumb as a stoop spent 5 million on one affordable housing building to put in bike elevators. 5 million for a lift in a welfare housing project. Elevators outside just for bikes. He is a fat cow. He went to Penn State which is a safety school but like lard ass meeecchelle he says lets move. He also has gone @jack with the beard. He is freaky looking and goes out of his way to be pro muslim. He is also freaky about the gay. I have been Timothy John since 1967. I had many a broken bone for being a gay. My parents broke a lot of bones. Nose, arms. I be contrary. I can never hate my rents. I had to forgive. I literally had an experimental wire used o n my chest. I was not yet four. I was asleep it ripped through all parts of my chest. I woke up my mom. It was horror movie hell. I lived I had wires break out of my skin from inside. One side of my sternum is a half an inch higher.
        I doubt I can express what my poverty led to. I got pissed on. So fun being urinated at 15. I could not talk to my parents for 20 years. I was gay. Well fuck the fuck off. I aint ever gonna step aside when it comes to my kid who is not my kid. I got fire in my belly. Shay is never gonna hurt like I had to. I will always stand by her.
        I love God. I have always. My Dolly wrote sweet Jesus if you are out there keep me ever close to you. I don’t need anything more. I can find grace when I search myself. I would never want to be bitter like Anderson Cooper or Rachel Maddow. I got a bit of time on this orb. I is gonna make sure my Shay gets love. I don’t opt to leave a wee one with pain. I lived the shit why would I pass on anguish as a legacy. Not me. I hear this Kiss as this kid. I am up for the fight. this kid this kid. I will never give up my brat.
        Try me

        • jadzia1971 says:

          Although before I worked at home I would have liked to bike to work, what about the fact that you’re sweaty when you get there?

          For some reason the French never mention this issue, ha ha. Living the stereotype.

    • elliesmom says:

      I read somewhere very recently something I need to think about some more. It didn’t engage my thought processes at the time so I didn’t note where. But now it keeps popping up in my head as something that might be profound. The American Revolution was fought by and the subsequent government they created was established by people who wanted freedom of religion. It’s why the original settlers left Europe, and why freedom of religion is in the First Amendment, and why it’s tied up with freedom of speech. The French Revolution was fought by people who wanted freedom from religion. That difference is expressed in how the two countries evolved from their pretty much contemporaneous rebellions. Both countries are prosperous democracies, but they have very different cultures, and the people have different expectations about what their relationship with government will be. The current schism in the United States appears to fall along the same lines.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’m leaning more to the Civil War schism just because it was fought with brother against brother which seems to be how deep the hate is running in our country now. The Revolutions, including ours, were against oppressive regimes, which Biden is trying to build now along with his porch monkey Obama 😉 (Sorry, I’m not a racist, that’s just a one word definition of a porch monkey, not the modern black conservatives 😀 ) The left is so stupid and under educated, they have no clue what the future holds since history didn’t start until the year they were born.

        • elliesmom says:

          Yes, but the Civil War was fought over a moral issue with two distinct sides. If you ask a leftwing person and a rightwing person what they want for the country and really listen, they want the same thing. The devil is in how we get there. All of us want peace, prosperity, and “love between my brothers and my sisters all over this land”. We all want justice. We just can’t agree on what “justice for all” means. We’ve had a major schism in the country over abortion since 1973, and it’s a huge moral issue right up there with slavery, but we’ve never come close to going to war over it. I get asked by leftie friends why I, as someone who only goes to church for weddings and funerals, is so upset about church services being cancelled. The reason why is impacts the First Amendment rights of us all to negate part of it, and there is so much else there, too. The major attack on free speech coincides with the government dictating how people can worship. Our Civil War pitted brother against brother, but the Revolutionary War did, too. I have ancestors who qualify me for the DAR and others who fled to Canada after the war because they were Tories. This schism is about the roles of the government and the citizens, and the issue is the government is losing the consent of the governed.

          • votermom says:

            the other thing is that, sometimes civil wars and start when shots get fired and people already on edge say “That’s it”
            Not really planned
            The in your face abuses are pushing ppl to that point imo

          • Somebody says:

            Maybe it’s not going to be any kind of traditional war. There may be skirmishes here and there. The closest thing in our history to what may come to pass might be reconstruction, but on a much grander scale. It probably more closely will parallel “transformations” in other countries, question is which ones? A slow “transformation” or a really rapid one?

        • Constance says:

          The Left may be under educated but they are highly indoctrinated and highly credentialed so they feel like they are better than everyone.

    • 1539days says:

      I’d say come back to the US, but, well, I’d wait a few weeks on that.

    • Constance says:

      Sounds like Seattle! We have hills as high as San Fransisco and from November through February it is dark at 4:30 and has rain showers off and on 24 hours a day. So they took out one lane of traffic, made bike lanes, took out most parking and metered what is left for something like $5. for ten minutes, forbid publicly funded Christmas displays and then wonder why people go to the burbs to shop. What kind of a fool is going to bike up extreme hills in the dark and rain? The funny thing is when they finally did a survey of who is biking it is 95% white males 25-40 with incomes above average for the city and they ride $4,000. bikes because no one is going to ride a bike with no gears up those hills. And Seattle elitists had so hoped to be like Amsterdam.

      • jadzia1971 says:

        Ha ha I remember those hills. Lost 15 pounds (intentionally) walking to work from the Fremont side of Queen Anne to the old federal courthouse downtown back in the day. Interestingly, the side of the city (and it is half of the city) that is cut off from downtown is a HUGE hill. And the climate here is very similar to Seattle–chilly and rainy all year long. Am I going to take a 60-minute bike ride twice a day with 4 kids through the cold rain to get them to school? No, I am not. Is Grandma going to do that to go shopping? Nope.

    • lateblum says:

      They just cannot help themselves. They are racist through and through. I’m not going to indulge them by reading or listening to anything they say.

      • 1539days says:

        They could control themselves better before the election and Trump supporters would mock them. Now, they think the Dems are in charge again. Which is funny, because Obama lost power for the Democrats after 2 years in office.

    • Constance says:

      Well they can tell Biden isn’t getting any enthusiasm. I really don’t think Obama is a mastermind he is simply a puppet who they hope is more appealing. But even Obama wasn’t drawing a crowd on the campaign trail.

    • Anthony says:

      Better watch her whore mouth. The ‘tranfer of power’ she glowingly reminisces about was four years of sedition at her & her scrawny husband’s direction. Does she think we all got amnesia?

  44. foxyladi14 says:

    What about this ?

    • foxyladi14 says:

      more

      • Constance says:

        I agree with both of those takes on what is going on.

      • NewOrleans says:

        Yep.

        I’ll be thrilled with a squeaker. Don’t care how ugly it is to get there, as long as they get there.

      • Somebody says:

        What if the constitutional arguments are successful and instead of not selecting electors the state legislatures divide them 50/50, if there is an odd number give the extra one to Biden? Then what?

        • Constance says:

          I think each state gets one vote. 26 state legislatures are Republican so it might reasonably be expected to be a Republican win by one vote.

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    • Constance says:

      That’s how I feel too. It would take so much effort to ever trust that bastard again and he and FOX are just not worth the effort. My life is better without them.

  48. John Denney says:

    Shades of Jesus’ Matthew 20 parable, where a landowner hired workers several times during the course of the day, then lined ’em up at the end of the day & paid the last-hired first, giving them a full day’s pay, a silver Roman coin called a denarius. Those at the back of the line who’d worked all day expected a bonus, and complained when they, too, got a full day’s pay.

    “But he answered and said to one of them, ‘Friend, I am doing you no wrong; did you not agree with me for a denarius?
    ‘Take what is yours and go, but I wish to give to this last man the same as to you.
    ‘Is it not lawful for me to do what I wish with what is my own? Or is your eye envious because I am generous?’

    https://www.bloombergquint.com/business/amazon-s-3-000-signing-bonuses-irk-workers-who-got-10-coupons

  49. elliesmom says:

    When I was a little girl, my grandmother used to take me to stay at the Parker House in Boston for a couple of nights before school started. It was a standing date. They had two restaurants. One was a more casual place, but the other had tuxedoed waiters, lots of red velvet, and Parker House rolls. The dessert cart always had a Boston Cream Pie on a crystal cake plate. Each visit was a lesson in “city manners”, and I love her for it. The other 362 days of the year I got to be a country girl, but when life took me places where I needed to know which fork was for the fish, I knew. This recipe from King Arthur is about as authentic as it gets.

    https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/recipes/parker-house-rolls-recipe

  50. Angie says:

  51. swanspirit says:

    Hillary wants in.

    Hillary Clinton Seeks Defense Secretary Post From Biden
    https://www.newsmax.com/platinum/defense-secretary-biden-administration-senate/2020/11/24/id/998594/#

    TRUMP MUST WIN!

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  56. Woke Lola says:

    I’ve banned Twitter and Facebook from loading on my computer. If you want to see my nature photography, feel free to look here: shorturl.at/ghzB4
    I do not comment there, ftr. If you comment, on topic only. Thanks. Have a great Thanksgiving and Xmas if you can.

  57. Mothy67 says:

    I am watching Identity Thief on tnt. Mellissa McCarthy keeps punching people in the throat. I want to punch people in the throat. All I want for Christmas – just allow me to punch my governor in the throat. I want to knock that bitch out.

  58. Dora says:

    Very Interesting!

  59. Dora says:

    De Blasio Setting Up ‘COVID Checkpoints’ to Find NYC Travelers Violating Thanksgiving Quarantine

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is setting up “COVID Checkpoints” to find and fine people violating his holiday lockdown order.

    New York City Sheriff Joseph Fucito said that they will be conducting spot checks when out-of-state buses drop riders off at the curb and will be checking cars with out of state and New York licenses plates.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/de-blasio-setting-covid-checkpoints-find-nyc-travelers-violating-thanksgiving-quarantine/

    • lateblum says:

      This is the demon from hell who killed thousands and then ordered everyone to stay home while he invited his 89 yo mother and 2 sisters over for thanksgiving dinner.

      • Somebody says:

        AND? Rules are for little people, sheesh🙄 Rules for thee, not me. I don’t think little Andy Emmy cares what anyone thinks

  60. lyn5 says:

    Why is 6,000 the magic number?

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    “Media”, heh.

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  66. Constance says:

    I talked to my son who is down in Mexico diving, surfing and mountain biking for the last month because he is sick of the rain, dark and Covid shutdown. He said they went to a party a few days ago at a hot springs. It had a DJ and a light show, booze and soaking/swimming. The police drove up, talked to the organizers in Spanish he couldn’t follow. Then they left. He had to ask the organizer what was up and they said “He told us no large gatherings are allowed because of Covid so don’t post any pictures on line or advertise this publicly. ” Everyone was like “Well OK then!” and carried on.

  67. lyn5 says:

    • elliesmom says:

      I was hoping the puppy was Ok. 🙂 We all live with natural “hazzards”, and we usually find other people’s hazzards scarier than our own. I never let my dogs out late at night or in the early morning without turning the floodlights on and waiting a minute to check for bears and coyotes, but I don’t live in fear of them. They are just there. But the thought of needing to watch out for alligators is frightening as all get out.

      • Somebody says:

        You don’t walk along the shoreline of ponds and lakes with a dog or small child in Florida. You never go for a swim in an unfamiliar body of fresh water. It’s possible to run across a gator somewhere else, but usually they are encountered near fresh water.

        When I was young, gators were supposedly almost extinct. They became a protected species, “Save The Gators”. It’s not that there weren’t gators, but gator sightings were far less common. There is a big lake southwest of where I grew up, it was actually closer to my childhood home than the beach and virtually no traffic to get there. There were two large recreation areas on the lake with massive u-shaped docks, slides, and high dive towers. Both rented inner tube, floats, canoes, and paddle boats. They both had boat ramps so you could bring your own boat and ski. They had game rooms, multiple counter service food options and picnic tables everywhere.

        I couldn’t begin to tell you how many times I’ve been to that lake. They had a campground, my parents didn’t camp but my friends parents did and I’ve spent weeks there camping. When I was a teenager, a bunch of us would camp there for a week usually in tents during the summer…….PARTY🤣 I never, not once, saw a gator. Even at off times of the year when I’ve camped there and there was hardly anybody there, we had the place virtually to ourselves, not a single gator.

        The protected species act caused gators to proliferate. It was so successful there too many gators now. Hence why we have gator hunting season now. The state and the feds tried their own control measures and failed, so they decided to enlist the publics help by having a hunting season to try and knock back the gator population. They need to expand the number of weeks because they’re still multiplying.

        While we were saving the gators, we were also saving the waterways and ecosystem. Every neighborhood is required to have a series of retention ponds for run off. Those ponds hold the run off and allows the fertilizers and other chemicals to dissolve or at least become diluted before that water makes it way into the creeks, rivers and estuaries and eventually out to sea.

        In a natural environment gators control overpopulation because they’ll turn on each other. They’ll eat the young out of another gators nest too. That’s nature, too many gators, not enough food source, some of you have to go. Well, Florida basically put in gator condos or gator section 8 housing in every neighborhood across the state. We threw out a welcome mat and said come on over here and start a family in my backyard. Oh look Mr. Gator, we even stocked the pond for you, aren’t we the cat’s meow…..speaking of my kitty where has he wandered off to😲

        So that’s why you see more and more gator stories. It’s sort of a Lemony Snicket’s series of unfortunate events over decades, all tied back to environmental policies. I’m not saying the gators weren’t endangered. The designation should have been removed YEARS earlier, plenty of people sounded the alarm. I’m not saying we didn’t have an issue with chemicals in rain water run off, just not sure all of the unintended consequences of the solution were mapped out and thought through.

        There are other policies that are meant to “preserve” nature that are causing supposedly unforseen issues. I’m surrounded by one. Pockets of natural green space, developers are required to leave untouched forest sections so as to protect the habitat of wildlife. Oh look you have this lovely lot surrounded by woods, nice and private. Oh we’re going to continue to demolish thousands of acres and build, but right through the middle we’ll have this lovely forest we’ll leave natural and it will all be connected and run the length of the neighborhood.

        Hmm, interesting you have bears and coyotes🤔 Panthers and bobcats🤔 Deer and wild boar? Well my goodness your backyard is like wild Kingdom, but I don’t see the need for a fence we simply couldn’t approve that it would obstruct the view of the woods for your neighbors and those of us out for a walk, we want to keep things as natural as possible and a fence simply wouldn’t work.

      • Mothy67 says:

        When i visited my brother two years ago in South Carolina I was weirded out that people ate in their cars. I had never seen such a phenomenon. This was Florence. It is incredibly flat. I am from hills. I was stunned by walled estates next to almost hovels. There are all these beautiful parks with trails and benches. I bought a bottle of vodka and food from a place called Piggy Wiggly. There is really a store called Piggly Wiggly. I not jest. Piggly Wiggly. I was gonna do me some Belvedere and munch on a solitary bench midday in a park. Read poetry and be the asshole I is and stare at clouds. Mother of God I had just opened my samwhich when the animals attacked. I had not seen a critter beforehand. They came at me once I opened food. Have you ever seen a wild turkey. They are scary. Ugly. I ran screaming like an extra from The Walking Dead. A turkey, at least I think it was a turkey. Ugly as sin pulled a sammy out of my hand. I grew up around deer but not crazy birds. It was so strange. I found this little bench hidden in a corner. I thought I was gonna enjoy some vodka, a book, and cold cuts. I was suddenly Tippi Hedron in the birds. Wild turkies are heinous. Ugly and mean. I know why people eat in their car.

        • Miranda says:

          They may have been buzzards. Also, in the summer you’ll get yellow jackets, which are like bees, only they want to kill you for fun 🙂

        • Somebody says:

          I’m very familiar with wild turkeys, they roam my yard🙄 Come on down for a visit🤣 Pro-tip, generally loud noises or running at them usually scares them off. Worse than that would have been a flock of seagulls, now that’s Hitchcock’s “The Birds”. It’s high entertainment around here to watch an unsuspecting tourist feed a seagull, then in an instant they’re swarmed🤣 Pro-tip should that ever happen to you DROP the food, DROP it and then run away🤣

          Sitting on a bench I’m surprised you weren’t terrorized by raccoons or squirrels. In a park they generally lose all fear of humans and raccoons can be nasty critters. When my father and stepmother moved into their house there was a family of raccoons in a big oak tree on the property. Stepmom was just fascinated with them and took to feeding them. Everybody warned her, but oh no they were her little pets. One day they turned on her, shocking. I regret I wasn’t there to enjoy the show🤣

          She was horrid to my father after he became ill, eventually kicking him out and not allowing him to get any of his possessions, not even his prescription medications. Months later as dad was leaving this earth on a hospice morphine drip, I hope he had a chance to replay the raccoon attack in his mind and get a good laugh.

          Yes Piggly Wiggly is a real place🤣

  68. lyn5 says:

    • lyn5 says:

      Nate Fischer @NateAFischer

      As censorship grows, Americans will justifiably grow more open to conspiracy theories.

      Gatekeepers may claim to combat disinformation, but their real goal is to enforce an official narrative—despite the growing public distrust they know this will cause.

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  71. Constance says:

    Georgia shredding company will cooperate with investigation.

  72. lyn5 says:

    Double M is mad.

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  75. Dora says:

    Black Lives Matter Leader Killed in Carjacking

    If only there had been a police officer there to save him. But Black Lives Matter had spent 2020 howling that police officers were racist slave-catching agents of a colonial state who needed to be abolished. Crime skyrocketed and BLM’s racist organizers aren’t immune from the consequences of their policies.

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/2020/11/black-lives-matter-leader-killed-carjacking-daniel-greenfield/

    • Anthony says:

      One of his favorite lines: “Today is not my day to die.”

      Dumbass should’ve checked his calendar. BTW, schadenfreude is excellent for breakfast. Thanks for the treat!

  76. taw46 says:

    Finally, a judge allows evidence to be heard.

    • Somebody says:

      Oh so he’s good cop, sure forward together we just need to get on the train and take a quick shower right?

      Fuck off McFuckerson

    • Anthony says:

      Where the fuck was THAT attitude for the past four years?? Shove it, Alyssa. We’re going to serve you the same crap you tried ramming down our throats since 2016. You’ll get it every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  77. DeniseVB says:

    New Thread Up, I think.

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