There Are No Snakes In The Grass In Washington DC

There are no snakes in the grass in Washington DC because there is no grass. Just snakes.

Democrat snakes and GOP snakes. Red snakes and blue snakes. And lots and lots of trouser snakes. In the history of American politics, I can’t think of anything more despicable than the GOP leadership the past four years. Nothing, except for the past 8 weeks.

I expect the Democrats to cheat and play dirty. Corruption is their milieu. So I’m not really angry at them for that. Nor am I mad at the GOP for cheating or for not cheating.

What infuriates and disgusts me is that the Democrats are openly stealing the election from Trump and the GOP is sitting there watching but they won’t say or do a goddamn thing to stop it.  The fix is in.

Which gives me an idea.  Whenever you see a congressman or Senator in public you should approach them politely, respectfully, and in a non-threatening manner.    Just walk right up to them and puke on them.  Face, lap, back, it’s macht nichts where they get hit.

But don’t tell anyone I said to puke on them.  Tell them it was an accident.  I got enough headaches right now.

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172 Responses to There Are No Snakes In The Grass In Washington DC

  1. BjornTheBorg says:

    Well, when the NY Post gives up on Trump’s election fight, I guess it’s pretty much all over.

    I hope something major happens on 6 January, but my expectations are minimal. The Banana Republicans have just rolled over on this one.

  2. lyn5 says:

    The A Word is more appropriate.

  3. taw46 says:

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    • Constance says:

      And now the public grade schools aren’t even open so….. I’m really stunned that they just shut down a major American institution which truly harms the children who depend on it. Are these teachers getting paid this whole time? I guess it is clear. THEY planned to torture us with shut downs and Antifa/BLM violence until Trump is gone and then they plan the grand reawakening.
      And I have to say this whole “It’s coming, It’s coming, just wait for it….It’s coming crap needs to stop. If they have proof of massive fraud, drop it, now. If they have indictments, arrest people, now. Enough of this shit.

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  6. lyn5 says:

    Hubby’s Seattle resister sister posted this on her FB page. It is creepy.

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  8. Dora says:

    CDC admits their numbers are fake? Only 6 % of the reported 330,000 “covid deaths” were actually caused by covid. (,210, to be exact.

  9. foxyladi14 says:

    According to the constitution is all comes down to Pence.

  10. Dr. Myiq2xu says:

      • DeniseVB says:

        I remember when CJ Pearson was accepted at the historically black Howard University in DC, his dream to live and study in DC. Howard students revolted because he was a Trump supporter and threatened to make his life hell if he attended, so he switched to Alabama (Roll Tide!), but I never felt respect for Howard after that. Admin should have tossed those threatening bozos to the curb. I’m surprised UT made such a big deal out of a 4 year old n-word by a 15 yo. This reflects poorly on them too.

  11. lyn5 says:

    The fight against fascists continues …

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  15. John Denney says:

    Artistry in metal. A REALLY talented guy replicates the 2nd oldest known mechanical device, a sundial that also keeps track of month, day, lunar phase, etc., and with updates to give time in major world planets.

    1000 hours of shop work compressed into 20 minutes, and it’s so fascinating, my wife & her sister enjoyed it.

  16. swanspirit says:

    I didn’t fall, but I still couldn’t get up. Long about 5pm my time, I went to walk into the kitchen, and the pain in my left knee was so excruciating, I had to call 911 and go to the hospital. I am home now, with a knee immobilizer, and a walker. I am not in pain, thanks to ibuprofen and Tylenol, but I can’t do stairs or put weight on it. The doctor thinks its a sprain. I feel like crying. I hate not being able to function. I am not a good patient. 😭

    • lyn5 says:

      Oh, no, Swannie. Do you have help?

    • votermom says:

      I am so sorry!
      try some turmeric if you have any

    • DandyTIger says:

      So sorry. That completely sucks. And crying is completely reasonable in this case. When I damaged my back and couldn’t walk for two months, you’d be surprised it how much you can do dragging yourself around on the floor, and pulling yourself up to the counter. Even when it hurts like hell (and that’s with drugs). Eventually I could use crutches. I think knees are worse, because knees. Ugh. Yelling and cursing are in order. Nothing for it but to push ahead.

    • John Denney says:

      Oh, no!

      Wish I were there to help. 😦

    • Anthony says:

      Ouch! Had a similar experience a couple of years ago, somehow related to the sciatic nerve. Sending lots of love 💘 and healing energy. 🙏

    • Somebody says:

      So sorry to hear that Swannie, hope you get better soon.

      Do you by chance have any Voltaren gel? It used to require a prescription, but just a few months ago it was made available OTC. It’s a topical NSAID, no menthol or anything like that it just gets the NSAID into the affected area. My mother swears by it for her knees, in fact she still has several tubes of her prescription that’s how new it being OTC is.

      Maybe someone you know could pick some up for you? My grocery store sells it, that’s how I discovered it was OTC now there was a display announcing it at my grocery store. If nothing else I’m sure amazon carries it and will deliver it, but that might take a couple days. It comes with a dosing guide.

    • elliesmom says:

      This is when I really wish we were in real life neighbors. Here I sit in a handicapped accessible house and would love your company. 😦

    • taw46 says:

      So sorry! Hope you get well soon! 💕

    • Mothy67 says:

      Feel better soon.

    • DeniseVB says:

      (((Swannie))) Hopefully you’re more comfortable today, stay on schedule with the tylenol to prevent the pain. I’d go every 3 hours instead of 4, it’s good that’s as strong as they think you need. Did ER refer you for a follow up. My dh has two bad knees and needs surgery (bone on bone), but had to delay because of Covid (doc doesn’t think they’re that bad?) then my pesky stroke pretty much stopped that plan for awhile. Now I want him to just do it, we’d work out the rehab, lol, he suffers worse than I do, but I’m not in pain, just klutzy with balance issues.

      Has this knee given you problems before? I hate that this was a sudden thing, scary, but glad it didn’t happen in a grocery store or mall. Looking forward to the update !

      • swanspirit says:

        The Tylenol is in addition to 800mg ibuprofen, and between the two, so far, they are working. EM, I would be there in a heartbeat, that’s so generous of you! This knee has been swelling a little, and stiffening, but with activity, both disappeared, so go figure. The ER just said, see an orthopedic doctor. I used to know most of them, but not anymore, so I will have to look and see.
        Thanks for all the good wishes and healing, it absolutely does help. Hugs to everyone ❤

    • lateblum says:

      Oh no, swannie! Is there anyone nearby who can help you with meals or meds? I wish I lived close by so I could help you.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Oh! I hear you girl!
      Sending Prayers! ❤

    • driguana says:

      So sorry…try best to relax however you can!!

    • Constance says:

      Aaaggghhh! I’m sorry that happened to you. Take it easy even though you are mad and frustrated, knees take a long time to heal right.

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  19. Island Girl says:

    Kamala posted on day 1 her and Joe will cure COVID and join the Paris thing and let 11000 illegal aliens do wtf they want.

  20. Dora says:

    Is this a declaration of war or surrender?

    • driguana says:

      This is so interesting…for those of us who grew up Catholic St. Thomas was pretty special…a real fighter…for his Church but also for “the people”…as The Don is…I believe his heraldic symbol was 3 crows, also very interesting, but I’ll have to look that up….I wonder what The Don was coding…have to think about this one…

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    • elliesmom says:

      I don’t know who will be POTUS on January 21st. I know the decision isn’t mine, and I know the test will be the biggest test our country has faced in my lifetime. Whatever happens on the 20th, I will spend the rest of my life disillusioned and disappointed in so many people I have given my respect in the past. There are so many people who are willing to take the “win” no matter how much cheating and deceit went into it. I can’t believe they’re so stupid they can’t see it so it must be in full knowledge. People I thought were honorable. In my life I’ve won some things, and I’ve lost others. Some of the losses were great disappointments, but I’d rather walk away disappointed than cheat to win. I’m not sure I have enough years left for these folks to earn my respect back. I’m not sure losing my respect matters to them enough to try. If Trump is triumphant on the 20th, this part doesn’t change.

      • Dora says:

        I agree 100%. This is a sad time for America.

      • lyn5 says:

        ❤ Well said.

      • lateblum says:

        Em, you put words to my thoughts again. My disappointment runs deep and my regrets at having taught my own children that our government and the people therein were honorable and working on our behalf, are many.
        I just got off the phone with one of my offspring who now believes I have some sort of dementia because my tune has changed about our gov’t and my ideas about the goals for the “pandemic” are due to greed and lust for power and control over all.
        I don’t share them often with my kids and I never share them with my grand girlies. I think my son and dil would keep the girls away from me permanently. There is a certain degree of cowardice that I live with every day.

      • driguana says:

        Sad…but, oh so true…

  23. Dora says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      The anti-vaxxers have been on this for months. It’s led by RFKjr wrapped in tin foil tightly and it makes msm news when he spouts off about mind and body control 😛 Think about that when the media attacks a rightie with “disputed” information, like Alex Jones, but he’s been vindicated on numerous points he got right. RFKjr will just be coddled.

      • elliesmom says:

        I don’t know what the long term affects of injecting millions of people with mRNA will be, and if the people behind it were truthful, neither do they. What I do know is people who are rushing to get the vaccine because it will “stop the virus” have no clue how something like this works. The first of us were injected with the original polio vaccine in 1954, but polio wasn’t considered “eradicated” until 2019, and there are still variants of the virus around. Even if 100% of the population is innoculated, the covid-19 virus isn’t going to immediately disappear. The only way for life to return to “normal” is for people to come to grips with living with the virus in our midst. If our medical industry, our politicians, and the media had that as a goal, they would have behaved quite differently through all of this so obviously, that’s not the goal.

        • Miranda says:

          What would ‘living with the virus in our midst’ look like? Hospitals and ICUs are already overwhelmed in various areas. Even NC Is at high capacity. All this is with lockdowns and mask mandates. I would like everything to re-open and lose the mandates as well, but I can see the hospitals not being able to cope. I’m not calling anyone selfish, but I plan to get the vaccine as soon as it’s available. If I grow another head, I’ll let you know 🙂

          • elliesmom says:

            But my point is that even if everybody could line up right now and get the vaccine, covid-19 is not going to disappear. If we’re going to wait until no one is at risk for getting the virus, then we might be shut down for the next 50 years. I’m not suggesting people refuse to get the vaccine. I’m saying we need to have realistic expectations of what a vaccine can and can’t do. We need to expect that even with record levels of vaccine compliance, there will be still be cases and outbreaks. What level of risk are people willing to accept? It’s my experience with people around me that folks are expecting covid-19 to be gone completely if all of us just get vaccinated. The vaccine is not 100% effective. We don’t know how long the immunity lasts. There will be some people who will be medically unable to take the vaccine. The virus may mutate and leave us all vulnerable again. At what point is it safe enough?

          • Mothy67 says:

            As it stands now I wanted by getting the vaccine. I have no faith in any the news reports. Zero, nada, nil.

          • Miranda says:

            If the vaccine is effective, and enough people get the vaccine to start us in the direction of herd immunity, we should at least get the numbers to drop to the point where hospitals and ICUs aren’t overwhelmed. If that is held for a couple of months, I’m hoping the restrictions will lift or at least ease.

            I imagine that after this first year, we will go to a yearly injection like the flu vaccine. Hopefully, it will be enough under control that it will be like the flu. Now, of course, I fully expect politicians to use the virus to get their wishes into place, but I hope capitalism will help with that. People will migrate and do business in states where the restrictions are less.
            After all, if it wasn’t a hurricane magnet and full of alligators and snakes, I’d be looking to relocate to Florida 🙂

          • elliesmom says:

            Once politicians know how far they can go to control the population, it’s unlikely they’ll walk it back very far. They’re very good at creating emergencies. If this becomes a vaccine people have to take every year, because it requires two trips to a medical facility to be fully vaccinated, the number of people who get the vaccine will fall off rapidly. Especially if as media reports indicate, the vaccine doesn’t prevent the spread of the virus. Last year fewer than 50% of the population got a flu shot. There have been very few signs as of yet that capitalism is going to solve the problem of government overreach. Most people seem OK with putting people out of business if it’s keeping people “safer”.

          • SHV says:

            “The vaccine is not 100% effective. ”
            Al’s hospital is getting hammered with COVID. 40+ hospitalized and 20+ in ICUs. All but one of the Medical critical care and pulmonary physicians are out with symptomatic COVID. Al noted the interesting observation that all of those people had the 1st round of vaccine. I’m not sure how to connect the “dots” on that; the Moderna vaccine isn’t an attenuated virus. (People my age remember the Cutter Labs Polio vaccine that wasn’t attenuated enough and caused 40,000 cases of Polio.)

          • elliesmom says:

            I’m not an anti-vaxxer by any stretch of the imagination. I’m just always skeptical of version 1.0 of anything. I was kind of relieved when I found out I’m unlikely to be eligible for the vaccine until June or later. I don’t have to decide for several months, and I can’t be guilted because other people are taking the risk for me. It’s not “my turn”. I was born in 1951, and while I don’t remember the issues with the polio vaccine, I do remember standing in a long line to take my turn to get the shot. I also remember when the oral vaccine came out. I had an elementary school teacher who walked with her leg in a brace from having polio, but that’s the closest to experiencing it I came personally. I remember beaches being closed because people were worried about the spread of polio. But I was 18 the summer Woodstock happened during a lull in the H3N2 pandemic. Funny how most people only remember the sex, drugs, and rock and roll. 🙂

          • Somebody says:

            Miranda there are snakes and alligators in NC and I’d say coastal NC is quite the hurricane 🧲. In fact here along the NE Florida coast we expect hurricanes to “behave” which means they bypass us and slam into the Carolinas. Why? Because the Carolina’s ass sticks out on the coast ours doesn’t.😉

        • lateblum says:

          I was one of those who *did* get the flu vaccine last year. I was sick for more than 3 weeks. I hadn’t been quite that sick and never for that long, ever before. The annual flu vax was mandated by the hospital where I worked starting during H1N1. I never had a reaction other than a sore arm.
          Last year my arm hurt for a day or so and then all hell broke loose. I swear it was C19. And several other women, also in their 70’s, said the same thing. We all had similar symptoms and the cough took nearly all winter to leave. I still haven’t had my flu shot this year. I keep putting it off. Being that sick from it was more than memorable. They told me I didn’t have to have the “senior” serving if I didn’t want it. Unless my insurance company threatens me with loss of coverage, I do not plan to get this new Wuhan vaccine. Last year’s shot nearly did me in permanently.

          • elliesmom says:

            I got a flu shot last year, but I turned down the “supershot” they were offering to seniors. I felt miserable for a couple of days, but I was pretty exhausted before I got the shot. I was scheduled to get a flu shot this year, but since I’m living such an isolated life because of the cootie flu shutdowns, I decided it was something I didn’t need to subject my body to. If there’s a major outbreak, I can still get the shot, but it appears the flu has disappeared this year.

    • Anthony says:

      Didn’t some other early 20th century crackpot/dictator/genocidal maniac already experiment with genetic mutation? (Psst… Dr. Mengele, I’m talking about YOU.)

      • elliesmom says:

        It’s interesting that the same people who look for the “Non-GMO” label on any food they buy are lecturing the rest of us on how selfish we are to be skeptical about being injected with these vaccines.

        • Anthony says:

          They’ve been (willingly?) brainwashed by their party and MSM for going on 5 years now to just hate on command and instinctively do whatever they’re told by their party leaders. Scary, but not surprising given the depth of the vitriol in the once proud Democrat party.

  24. Dora says:

    A delegation from a Chinese Communist Party-run think tank identified by the U.S. government as carrying out “undercover intelligence gathering” operations and seeking to coerce foreign actors into backing the Chinese Communist Party’s “preferred policies” met with Hillary Clinton and a host of high-level military leaders during the Obama-Biden administration, The National Pulse can reveal.

  25. DeniseVB says:


  26. Dora says:

    After lying for four years, Gallup FINALLY tells the truth Donald J Trump beat Zero’s claim to fame with his election in 2016.

  27. Dora says:

    We can’t let them steal this from us!


    President Trump Is Most Admired American Beating Obama and Crushing Joe Biden — But Dementia Joe had 81 Million Votes!

    The Democrat media is lying to you.

    The far-left mainstream media cannot be trusted today with simple facts today.

    President Trump crushed it in the presidential election this year with the greatest gain in votes for a sitting president since Ronald Reagan.

  28. lyn5 says:

    Donald J. Trump

    Unless Republicans have a death wish, and it is also the right thing to do, they must approve the $2000 payments ASAP. $600 IS NOT ENOUGH! Also, get rid of Section 230 – Don’t let Big Tech steal our Country, and don’t let the Democrats steal the Presidential Election. Get tough!

    • DandyTIger says:

      Shocking as it seems, I think the GOP establishment really thinks they’re just going back to the way things were before Trump. And while they’re directly screwing us all, they’re. begging for turnout in GA. When they say vote GOP, I say why? But the funny thing is I’m sure GA Dems already have more votes than registered voters for their candidates in the bag. Why on earth wouldn’t they cheat wholesale? Obviously the GOP establishment don’t care.

      • lyn5 says:

        Sad and true.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Here it’s all theater between the Rs and Ds. Rethugs get what they want and pretend to claim they stand for something as conservatives. It’s fake. They never put up a fight. Dims control, but the wealthy get everything they want. Before china flu the idiot mayor proposed building a vast homeless shelter because the city was flush with cash. Paying down debt didn’t cross his mind. Stooge is a fatty, but hung up on people commuting by bikes. There are bike lanes in downtown??? Rethugs here are like paul ryan. He got the corporate tax cuts and said F you Trump.

    • Somebody says:

      That’s been out, it’s part of the Eastern Virginia Medical School protocol.

    • Gram Kraken says:

      My daughter and I have been taking Zinc, vitamin D & magnesium since March. If you take vitamin and mineral supplements it is a good idea to read up on what should/shouldn’t be taken together, when to take, and with or without food. For instance, “vitamin D’s bioavailability depends on magnesium. For optimal absorption of vitamin D, it is recommended that vitamin D and magnesium be taken at different times of day. Being fat soluble, vitamin D is best absorbed with a meal that contains healthy fat and should be taken earlier in the day, since it does boost energy levels. Magnesium, on the other hand, relaxes the body and promotes better sleep. It is best to supplement with magnesium closer to bedtime (and can be taken with or without food)”.

      When my 15 year old granddaughter recently had the Rona, her pediatrician recommended the following…
      COVID Prophylaxis
      This prophylactic regime may have a role to prevention/reduction of COVID-19 disease:
      • Vitamin C 500mg twice a day
      • Zinc 75- l 00mg per day
      • Melatonin (slow release) – 0.3-2mg at night (chewable Zarbees)
      • Vitamin D3 1000-4000 IU per day
      • Famotidine (Pepcid) – 20-40mg/day
      Vitamin C and Zinc are vitamins that have properties to help the immune system combat viruses. Zinc has been seen to help with COVID patients, aiding in reduction of symptom intensity and duration. Vitamin D3 helps with strengthening the respiratory system, where the virus is active. Melatonin (recommended to be taken with dinner) is a sleep aid. The slow release melatonin is recommended in helping the body to relax so that sufficient healing can take place and the body is able to fight off the virus. COVID has been seen to affect the GI tract and stomach, sometimes causing diarrhea.
      Famotidine, an acid reducer, can help reduce built up acid in the stomach and ease discomfort due to the virus.

      • lateblum says:

        Thanks Gram. I just sent your comment and link to dd#1 and my son as well.I’ve been taking those three for years. Even when I was told to eliminate D because my level was way too high, I cut back instead.

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  31. Constance says:

    This offers some explanation of many things that are happening right now. It’s the X-22 report. The first 4 minutes are messages from sponsors.

  32. Mothy67 says:

    Local news is full tilt we are all gonna die.

  33. elliesmom says:

    I’ve been re-watching “Mad Men”, and I’ve hit the episode that’s election night 1960. It’s apparent the writers believe Nixon lost to Kennedy through fraud. It has me thinking about what might be different if Nixon had won in 1960 instead of 1968. How would our relationships with countries in Southeast Asia be different if Nixon had managed Vietnam sooner? What would our relationship with China look like? Kennedy reneged on his promise to push for the ERA, but Nixon pushed it. What if the votes on the ERA had come up before Roe v. Wade instead of after? Would we have the schism in the women’s movement we have today? If Nixon hadn’t felt cheated out of his 1960 win, would he had sanctioned the Watergate break in when he ran for re-election? Without Kennedy’s successful theft of the 1960 election and without Watergate, would there be as much tolerance for cheating as we’re experiencing now?

    • Mothy67 says:

      I’ve never seen it. Worth a watch?

      • elliesmom says:

        I really liked it the first time around. It’s a period piece about the men and women who worked in the advertising business in the 1960s. The cast is good- Jon Hamm, Elizabeth Moss, John Slattery, Robert Morse, Christina Hendricks. . . You’re too young for it to be a trip down Memory Lane for you, but they weave some actual ads from that time period into the storyline. With a second watch I’m picking up some things I missed the first time. It’s not so much a soap opera as it’s a serial. There are no stories that begin and end in one episode. Give it 3 episodes before you decide if you like it or not.

  34. Mothy67 says:

    I’ll check it out when my netflix subscription ends next week.
    I watched Quantico last week. It was not awful. Could have been a great show had they told it in a linear fashion. Back and forth for 22 episodes might work with a limited series, but it just got annoying and hard to follow without giving it your full attention. Also very heavy handed with the sjw shite. I would have given up on it, but there was a lot of stuff about shady politicians which echoed today.

  35. Anthony says:

    Mark Steyn hosting Tucker tonight

  36. helenk3 says:

    weird question
    on the tucker show they are talking about the number of deaths listed as caused by covid. They used one example of a person with 3 bullet wounds who had tested positive for the virus. Their death was listed at a covid death.
    my question is If I shoot someone and they die but the death is listed as caused by covid, can I be charged with murder?

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  38. Mothy67 says:

    I turned on my kindle which comes with an ad before I enter password. The ad was for bill gates 5 favorite books. Yuck. I would rather eat scraps out of dumpsters than admire that psychopath. Everything about that man creeps me out. @Jack ditto.

  39. Mothy67 says:

    I pray this is not true– a university is banning The Odyssey. How do you study literature without studying literature???

    • elliesmom says:

      When I heard someone as economically illiterate as AOC is has a degree in economics from Boston University, I took a few minutes to see what classes one has to take to get a degree in economics there. The answer shocked me so much I started checking out other degree programs. You can get a degree in English Literature without a course in Shakespeare. BU is not a bottom tier school.

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  41. Dora says:

    Well, we knew this was coming. It’s the left’s favorite excuse to control us after the China Virus.


    Sacrificing freedom for the environment? German MP suggests restrictions ‘similar’ to Covid-19 lockdowns to fight climate change

    Humanity should sacrifice “personal freedom” just as many nations did during the Covid-19 pandemic in order to successfully fight climate change, a German MP has said, adding that there will “never” be a vaccine against CO2.

    Germany had barely started its coronavirus vaccination campaign when a Social Democratic MP, Karl Lauterbach, warned that his compatriots need to brace themselves for yet another challenge: global warming.

  42. Dora says:

    But they are such cute little things.

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