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    • votermom says:

      Good thing Resident Biden is on the case and declaring a state of emergency for Texas and directing FEMA to help … oh, he’s taking another snow day? Never mind…

    • taw46 says:

      I will admit the optics are bad, so the left is having a good time with it. But the reality is, Cruz is not governor with power to do anything. And the Senate is in recess, so no legislation coming from there. The left is fine with governors who impose restrictions on the citizens, yet ignore them when it comes to their family. Cruz did none of that. So this is a shiny object that detracts from the lack of response from Resident Biden (thanks vm!).

      • lateblum says:

        I’ve been yelling similar thoughts at the tv and radio for 2 days!
        And if they weren’t all so afraid of Ted and his intelligence, power, and popularity, and of course if he were a democrat, what he did wouldn’t have registered a flicker of interest in those condemning him.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        He is not even a Texas state legislator. He has no powers what so ever. But if they target hi. They hope everyone will miss that the puppets in the White House are to adding more layers to fort Pelosi and admiring cardboard hearts.

    • Angie says:

      I feel the need to spend as much time defending Cruz as he did defending Trump & his supporters after January 6th.

      As in, not 1 second.
      Fuck him.

  1. Dora says:

    • Jentx says:

      I don’t post often on here but I will say that it is a big trigger for me when people here talk about getting the vaccination and I use that word extremely loosely. The vaccination at best is a placebo but it isn’t at best it is at worst it will end up killing as many people as covid-19. More importantly it is going to fuck with their auto immune systems it will make them and this is all hypothesis based on the fact that this experimental drug has never been used on people before but most likely it will fuck up your auto immune system making you susceptible to God knows what. This virus despite its disgusting Origins is easily beatable by using vitamin A vitamin C the important vitamin D and zinc. Many good doctors have also prescribed hcq weekly or Ivermectin as a preventative and then if you get it bumping up your dose of HCG and adding in a Z-Pak and some steroids what I have just described to you what is currently a cure that will prevent death from covid. The fact that it is not promoted and the doctors that prescribe this are chastised and or were fired for telling their patients or treating their patients this way should be all the proof you need to know but this is absolutely the truth. The fix the reset the plot the plandemic it’s for those of us who know what’s going on almost overwhelming on a daily if not minute-by-minute basis realizing the chances of us living free becomes less and less a possibility the longer the LIE is allowed to continue. I encourage you all to educate yourself because the LIE of covid is part and parcel of the Big lie being perpetrated politically on every level. Don’t wear diapers on your face don’t stand six feet apart don’t line up to be a human guinea pig don’t drink the Kool-Aid. It’s Invasion of the Body Snatchers 2021 and if you think I’m lying or that I’ve misread or that I’m trying to scare you or be a downer as I’ve been accused of being by people who should look in the mirror and wonder if they’re not part of the problem themselves please believe that I am not. I’m extremely well-read I surround myself with very very smart people and I have a very good ability to see the endgame when many cannot. I wish everyone here very good health and happy life just fucking avoid the vaccine

      • Dora says:

        I don’t think you are lying. I agree with everything you said and I thank you for saying it.

        Unfortunately for the world, history is no longer taught in our schools. ‘The Big Lie’ was a program started by Hitler. It’s been reactivated by the globalists.

        Please keep spreading the news about the vaccine.

        • Jentx says:

          Thanks dora 😊 this is my second family and I love everybody hair very much

        • elliesmom says:

          I like the way my doctor explained how she views the vaccine. Getting the vaccine is signing on to a medical trial. While many of the things about this vaccine are known, many are not. Most vaccines take 3-5 years to make it to the marketplace. One of the reasons it takes so long is because the one thing we can’t speed up is time. The medical community is aware of many of the short-term effects of the vaccine, but they can’t know what the long term effects are because we haven’t given the testing of the vaccine enough time. We don’t even know how long the vaccine is effective.

          But there are many reasons for agreeing to be part of the trial. One is your danger of getting the virus is stronger than the risk of getting the vaccine. Another is you have close family members the virus could do great harm. Maybe you’re a very altruistic person, and you’re willing to take the risk for the good of humanity. Most healthy people who sign on for a medical trial are compensated. The people in the official trials done by the pharmaceutical companies were. Sick people hoping an experimental treatment will save their lives are often asked to pay for the privilege. With this vaccine no one is being compensated, but no one is being asked to pay. As long as participation is entirely voluntary, and people are well-informed, she’ll help her patients secure a vaccination, but if getting the vaccine becomes mandatory while this medical trial is being carried out, then she’ll rescind her support. No one should be forced into being part of a medical trial against their will.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        When I got it, My Doc. Prescribed a high powered antibiotic, and Prednisone.
        Cleared it right up. 😀

        • foxyladi14 says:

          I already have Oxygen, And breathing treatments. 😀

          • Somebody says:

            Foxy your doctor is a keeper, far too many are hands off with covid. So glad you recovered!

          • lateblum says:

            Foxy, what Somebody said.
            First off, I wish I had a PCP that I know, (my PCP retired in Dec and I was assigned a doc who won’t see me until June). I’m going to see one of my oncologists in a few weeks and I’m going to ask him to prescribe Z-pack and/or whatever he sees fit, as he doesn’t “believe” the C19 propaganda. I hope I can get him to do it. Otherwise, I’m screwed if I get sick. I’m not getting the vax until they tie me down and force it into my arm. Not because I’m anti-vax. But because I’m anti-THIS-vax.

      • Somebody says:

        I agree with you on treatment. I think it is absolutely criminal the political interference into the doctor-patient relationship. This entire pandemic has turned our medical system on its head. It’s the first time I can remember where we didn’t push early intervention. Putting aside the completely unnecessary politicialization of HCQ and to a lesser extent ivermectin, just advising patients to beef up their vitamins and take zinc would help many patients, if started early. People are told to go home and wait until they are bad enough to need to be in hospital, it’s insane.

        As for either regimen being a certified cure, I don’t think I’d go that far, but where such protocols are used hospitalization and deaths are far lower. Like any medication or protocol, it doesn’t work for everyone, nothing is 100% ever. This virus really seems to attack people with ACE 2 related issues, it is unfathomable to me that at a minimum these high risk patients aren’t put on an HCQ or ivermectin protocol or hell, immediately given plasma or the monoclonal antibodies from regeneron. Even if they were, no doubt some would succumb to the virus.

        Your advice of beefing up on vitamins is wise advice. Particularly vitamin D, there is a strong correlation to serum vitamin D levels and outcome. People have to be careful taking high doses of zinc for extended periods, it can cause an imbalance in copper levels. It usually takes 2 to 3 months of daily zinc dosing to cause such an imbalance. Taking lower daily doses and then ramping it up if sick is probably best, but it’s hard to find lower doses. It’s out there though because I’ve purchased it. The bonus is keeping your vitamin and mineral levels optimal boosts your immune system for any virus.

        I would suggest having quercetin on hand which acts as a zinc ionophore and also have some anti-viral properties. Good news is the vitamin + quercetin + zinc works for all sorts of viruses including the common cold or flu as well as covid. So it’s a really good thing to always have on hand.

        As for vaccines I have to disagree with you a little bit. Yes the two available now are mrna based and yes there are concerns regarding that technology. I’ve read articles that cut both ways. I think each individual should be informed and make up their mind. HOWEVER, these vaccines make perfect sense for our most vulnerable. My mother being a classic example of that. Her dementia is so bad that she’s in a facility, she also has congestive heart failure and she’s in stage 4 kidney failure. My mother is not going to live very much longer no matter what, but due to her health she’s living in a potential super spreader facility. The vaccine makes sense for her. It will potentially spare her a horrific death. No matter what she won’t live long enough to realize any of the potential long term auto immune issues. Her doctors have been clear she most likely just had her last Christmas. So for us, making the decision to spare her a potential covid death was a no brainer. That still doesn’t mean her passing will be easy and peaceful, we don’t know what the future holds.

        I’d say anyone in a high risk category, depending on age when weighing the odds would come out in favor of leaning toward the vaccine. For otherwise healthy individuals, particularly younger individuals, then yes, I’d proceed with caution, but there is an elderly subset with co-morbidities that this vaccine does make sense for and the hypothetical down the line auto immune issues simply are not a factor for them.

        Beyond that, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine as well as others in the pipeline are not based on mrna technology so one must be careful when lumping all vaccines together as being the same. That being said, no vaccine is without risks so everyone should make an informed decision based on their personal risk-reward. They should know based on their age and health their odds of having severe covid vs the potential side effects of any vaccine. Then make an informed decision.

        As for people not wearing masks, that’s easy for some to say. It would be easy for me to say because where I live there is no mask mandate and my governor made it illegal to arrest or fine me for not wearing one. Even at that I had to wear a mask in order to get the testing and surgery to rid myself of cancer. Hospital policy is everyone must wear a mask.. I chose to comply because ridding my body of cancer was more important than standing atop a soap box.. Others live in areas where they could be arrested. So if they need to put on a mask to purchase groceries, get prescriptions filled or obtain medical care then I hope they do what they need to do to survive AND stay out of jail.

        • lateblum says:

          Yes about the J&J vaccine types vs the current batch. IF J&J is FDA approved after the proper trials,I’d consider it. (This is an addendum to my comment above.) And btw, I copied and printed out the Quercetin, zinc, that you posted a few weeks ago and have been adhering to the protocol since the beginning of January. I’ve also sent it to others who, of course, laughed at me. I don’t care. One of those ppl has since caught C19, and fortunately is doing okay.

        • jentx says:

          This vaccine is MOST dangerous for the elderly–other than babies in mothers. Just saying and this is based on statistics and first hand accounts. I read a very interesting doctor written overview of what is happening in India — who as a country has done no social distancing or mask wearing and have very little to none ‘vaccines’ — and why death there is so low. Has to do with combination of factors but not limited to the fact that they have had so little interaction with vaccines their bodies have had to build up natural immunity which is always the best type of immunity. I think that if you look at patterns of death and ages of those dying, for example, in USA you will see that most seniors who have died from COVID died in nursing homes where ventilation was poor and the virus spread quickly. MOST had multiple serious health risks as well. Almost 80% of total US deaths happened in nursing homes in New York and Pennsylvania because of what the gov. in those states did — putting sick seniors into nursing homes. Thus, if your parents are healthy and not in nursing homes I would say carry on and avoid the vaccine. They have lived this long and have many defenses in them 🙂

      • DeniseVB says:

        Too late for me. I get the second one on Mar 5. (Moderna). So far, so good. 🙂

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  3. elliesmom says:

    It’s Friday morning, and that makes it “Take Out the Trash Day” in DC and also at my house. I don’t know what they’ll put out, but I have one bag of trash, a recycling bin full of glass, plastic, paper, and metal, and a cardboard box full of cardboard boxes. Mine is probably less costly than theirs will be.

    But what I really want to say is I could not have put my trash out without the help of an inexpensive ($9.95) pair of crampons that just slip over my shoes. If you live somewhere you get ice or snow even once a year, it’s an investment in not having broken bones. It takes just a few seconds to slip them over any pair of shoes you have. They’ll go over my snowboots, too, but I find I need them more when there’s just a little bit of snow and ice. You don’t need crampons designed for mountaineering that cost hundreds of dollars. I paid $10 for them 5 years ago after I fell on my ass going down my driveway, and I just checked, and the price hasn’t gone up, and I haven’t fallen down. Mine are hanging on a nail next to the garage door. I can slip them on standing up. It’s that easy.

    • votermom says:

      After you posted about crampons (in Dec?) I found a cheap pair of something similar in a Marshall’s while shopping for gifts.
      Used it last night to talk the dog out and take the trash out after almost skating down the driveway – awesome

      • elliesmom says:

        I feel like I’m on a soapbox over them, but I’ve had two friends fall and break something this year. Neither one will try them. I had to take a fall to buy a pair, and I was lucky the only thing I damaged was my dignity. 🙂

        • Somebody says:

          I’m going to mention those to my daughter. She fell down a flight of icy stairs the first year she was in NC. Luckily at her house the only stairs are inside, but she does have to take her trash and recycle out.

        • lateblum says:

          Thanks, em. There is an extremely icy patch that is on the way to the dumpsters and when I have to go that way, I cringe. A couple of years ago I hit that patch and took a real spill. In fact, it was the first of three icy falls I had that winter. Each one in a different & completely unexpected location. My condo association di actually take steps to eliminate the ice, but this winter, it has returned. I’m going to look into those crampons.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            Having taken a few spills with not so good results myself, I use my Yaktrax for getting to and from the condo dumpster across the parking lot, when clearing snow and ice off the car (I am short so even with along handled brush I have to stretch to reach the roof).

            They work well tracking about the neighborhood as most are not as good at clearing the sidewalks as our snow crew (the landscape contactors do double duty) and help in those areas where the city or others have plowed snow blocks access across streets.

            I have found it best to put them on once I am down the stairs if I am also carrying a shovel/brush as the steps are clear so they feel a bit odd on the dry wood and catch in the slats.

          • lateblum says:

            Good advice! Thanks.

    • SHV says:

      Al, the wife, has a pair of Yaktrax (about $20). Used them to walk to work (5.6 miles) two days ago in 12″ of snow and 2 degree temp. Worked very well.

      • lateblum says:

        Your wife sounds awesome SHV. I hope when the marathons return, you guys come to chicago
        and we can meet up. Your mil, too.

  4. votermom says:

    Love yellow and peach roses

  5. Dora says:

    Democrat Mayor of Texas Border Town Urgently Begs Joe Biden to Halt the Release of Illegal Aliens Into His City (VIDEO)

    • DandyTIger says:

      Dude, that’s the major platform of your party. Flood the country with illegals as a way to ensure one party rule. Even if that means 100s of millions, or even billions eventually. If you’re a democrat and don’t get that, you might be an idiot.

  6. Dora says:

    More about the vaccine. Long, but informative.

  7. foxyladi14 says:

    I hope our Klown and Mom are doing alright! ❤

    • DeniseVB says:

      WoW. I watched it a second time to see how long it took that train to finally stop. Helen was right, a very, very long time.

      • helenk3 says:

        think of the speed and the weight of the cars going forward, while you are trying to stop.
        I get very angry when I see fools that think the gate is just for show and what you can go around it. An engineer and fireman that I had called to work, were killed when a truck ran the gate and when the train hit it, it exploded and both were burned to death. Over the years you lose all patience with idiots that think they are too important to wait.

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  9. helenk3 says:

    Today’s slogan for the benedicts. 1st hillary about Benghazi then cuomo on the nursing home deaths. should tell people a lot of just what the benedicts think of American lives

  10. Dora says:

    Oregon and Bill Gates Lead the Radical Left’s Assault on Math

    Parents will be grieving the little Einsteins who will never be if atrocious ideas, such as that mathematics “uphold capitalist, imperialist, and racist views,” continue to be embraced by educators and school administrators in America.

    According to Nation and State, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is at the forefront of funding new initiatives designed to root out racism in the sciences. The curriculum from the group A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction states that “asking students to show their work and find the right answer is an inherently racist practice.” The Gates Foundation is listed as the organization’s sole donor.

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  12. Mothy67 says:

    I posted this on the last thread, but it bears repeating. I fell asleep watching GoT as I got HBO Max for the month. I was at King’s Landing and nancy pelousey’s head was on a pike. I thought at 54 I was a bit long in the tooth for nocturnal emmissions.

    • elliesmom says:

      I dreamed I was in a Zoom meeting, and it was like the Tower of Babel. Everyone was talking all at once, and I couldn’t figure out what they were trying to say. But it seemed to be important that I did.

      • 1539days says:

        Is that the teacher version of the final exam where you never went to class dream?

        Mine was signing up for a class in college and forgetting to go until final exam week.

        • elliesmom says:

          My “school dream” was showing up as the teacher with no lesson plan. It was a troublesome dream so one day I did it for real. The kids never noticed I was just winging it, and the dream went away,

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  14. Mothy67 says:

    I find contemplating the vax similar to gardisal. My former roommate ( Chelsea’ s sister in law) died from cervical cancer at 49. I do not take HPV lightly. She had the best medicine money could buy, but perished from a treatable disease. I am not a bio parent, but I’ve been annoying the rug rat for almost 15 years. It is mutual. Teen years are a hoot. They ran an ad of a boy dying from throat cancer and him saying had his parents gotten him the vax he wouldn’t be. Well my Irish went up and I started looking like Linda Darnell on a bender. Are they really trying to guilt me by presenting a dying David Hogg cause he was hosting glory holes in high school. This guy (me) resents being manipulated. Nothing feels me with more fury than someone trying to play me. Throw my kid in the mix and I will bite out your esophagus, spit it in your eye, and floss with your tendons. I had so much as a dead and dying wee puke. I had no choice. I was a pint shy of four. Death was a known. I was powerless. I can never express what profound agony it is to be in a cage ( i had a crib with a lid) when Ritchie (i feel the need to always insert the t – perhaps because I was just learning to read) was begging me for help as he crawled across the linoleum floor. I was a baby. I could do nothing. He expired as I watched. I have no designs unlike my proggressive friends of playing Imagine or singing kumbaya. I did not manufacture a baby to give my spoiled life meaning. I got on the wrong bus on a week long visit. My cunt nephew had a baby. He had not secured a pick up. I just happened to be near. Walked into this putrid smelling den. Little pimple that I had met once a day before was in squalor. A child in a cage. Neglected. She looked at me and those fat arms reached for me. I am an asshole. It has been scientifically proven that I suck. I think it is well past time Sally Field hand me her Norma Rea Oscar. Ewww Uncle Tim let it known he was not content about this welfare daycare scam. Shayla never went back nor I to Manhattan. The life scripted for her was something I decided not to peruse. She was, then, a by product. The refrain from Rehab- I said No No No. A challenging. A violet half hidden by a mossy stone. Diamond in the rough. Kid is a royal pain in the ass. I have over a 180 credits, but no degree. I don’t adhere to things. I have stood BY my baby for so long. She matters to me. I ain’t a bragger, but come on this hapless f a g g o t abetted a kid untouched besides a welfare check and steered her towards her own potential. She breaks school swim records, gets a free pass in volleyball tour, has gone to Carnegie Mellon University as a representitive for women who code, been on magazines. A few years ago there was a Catholic Church bazaar. Pup’s ballet school was told they had a minute on stage. Not one girl showed up besides Pup. I said your decision to get on stage but in dreams begin reslonsibilities. Who do you strive to be. Your choice, but you will walk over to MaryAnn and tell this Broadway former dancer that you are here but you decline to be here. Shay got up and danced by herself.
    I love being trapped in 70’s singer/songwriter snuffle. Is it Bread? I would give everything I own?
    My itch can be a bitch. It is not to be defined by others. I am not an lgbtqlmnop poater child for gay parenting. I have a deal with a brat no one wanted. I been down a few rugged roads. I know the sign posts. I can guide her. Do not see how that has anything to do with me having sex with men. I detest liberals cause theyvattempt to define me as nothing but queer. I am second of six. We were always broke. Yeah when I was 16 washing dishes if need be my paycheck meant dinner. So what anyone in a family pays a price.
    Anyhow Gardisal push at 12. I did as much research as I could. I declined and gave Shaypup info. She can make her own decision at 16. They told me they use 12 because that is when kids become sexually active??? I get on my Linda Darne!l face and demand you address my concers or I take my ball and go home.

    • elliesmom says:

      While some kids become sexually active in middle school, most do not. Most of the boys are still in the “girls have cooties” stage. It’s pretty easy to pick out the ones that have become interested in having sex. At 13, if they’re having sex, it becomes almost an obsession. With the number of boys ready to become sexually active limited, middle school girls who want to have sex, or who are at least willing, usually have to look for an older boy. If you’re 13 year old girl has a 16 year old boyfriend, that’s a warning sign.

      By the time all of the kids are 16, the number of kids who are sexually active rises, but there are still a lot of kids who aren’t. From 16-18, there are 3 groups of kids. Those who have not become sexually active, those who have a “steady date”, and the kids who have multiple partners. It’s the last group that needs to think about gardisol. Most teenage girls are at least serially monogamous. It’s rare for one of them to be having sex with lots of boys during the same time frame. Teenage girls who become pregnant may be reluctant to identify the baby’s father, but the vast majority of them know. It’s more common for one of the boys to be having sex with multiple partners. One of my male high school students had 3 children born within a few weeks of each other with girls who were all under 16.

      I don’t think giving every 12 year old girl a vaccine to prevent the HPV virus from causing cervical cancer makes a lot of sense just as I don’t think putting every teenage girl on birth control makes sense, either. What does need to happen are conversations between parent and child, or if that’s not easy, then between a child and a doctor. If a child isn’t sexually active and has no plans to become sexually active in the near future, then neither birth control or an hpv vaccine is called for yet. A 13 year old girl whose mother asks a doctor for birth control when the daughter has shown no signs it’s needed gets the message there’s something wrong with her if she’s not ready yet. I’ve had the conversation with lots of teenage girls who are upset and sometimes even offended when Mom assumes too much.

  15. Mothy67 says:

    She dwelt among the untrodden ways
    Beside the springs of Dove,
    A Maid whom there were none to praise
    And very few to love.
    A violet by a mossy stone
    Half-hidden from the Eye!
    —Fair, as a star when only one
    Is shining in the sky.
    She lived unknown, and few could know
    When Lucy ceased to be;
    But she is in her Grave, and, oh,
    The difference to me!

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  17. lateblum says:

    I needed to mention the following…
    It turned out that yesterday was actually the first day the children of Evanston returned to school after nearly a year of remote learning. As you may recall, Calamity was a very sad, anxious little girl when in preschool as well as kindergarten. She would cry and was inconsolable almost all day long while in school. Getting her ready for school was trying for everyone. I have been spending many hours with her during remote learning and, although I never mentioned it to her parents, was very anxious about what it might be like once in-person school resumed. Well, I drove this morning – day 2 of in person school, and was overjoyed to hear her say how much she loves school and her teachers and her classmates! I drove away from dropping off the girls and had tears of relief and happiness running down my face.
    Thank the gods and goddesses there is something really and truly good about today! 💕💗💕

  18. elliesmom says:

    I got a heating oil delivery today. My delivery gets triggered when I hit a quarter tank. Last delivery- $354. Today $487 Thanks, Joe. .

  19. Mothy67 says:

    I, I, I, I am” hooked on a feeling” this morning. Different divergent thoughts but all pop music. I think I am laughing at myself. No matter how much I try and do this thing called life and answer the call for feel I come up dry. I cry oh my god do I cry ( 4 non blondes) but as much as I get my corny hat on I seem to me to lack emotion. I am steady. I don’t see it as heartless. I had to pull my mom off my father. I can do that shit. No one else could sit with the body. I enjoy the exit ramp. I spent a load on driving. I will never get a license. I am 54 and I always knew why at 16 I didn’t drive. I daydream. Maybe I have a disorder, but I know in my heart I cannot be behind a wheel. Is it a fixture or a feature of who I am? I drift away. It is not bad. Maybe my eternal amusement park of my mind can in some way ease another. My best friend in life is grappling/writing off her own kids as Bipolar. Drug them. I know not what to do. I deal with my monster all the time. I have been informed of my privilege. Cause it is everday that a great gay uncle who had an outhouse, beyond poor, I could hear the carpenter ants eating the walls, a lovely hole scar, in my throat a trach, open hearts that yielded teflon walls and pig valves. Did I say gay? Cause that was chipper having near adult men pissing on my face letting me know what I wanted. Mom was genius. She beat me with uncooked spaghetti in the head. I may never be able to express what it is like to have been abandoned. I will not forget. I had a rollaway bed in in attic. My mom decided one day she was changing sheets. I did not have a bed. I had two cushions on a roll away. There was a dog eared book under the bed. She beat me. Well yeah I had to go through shit like kicking in my basement window in shame after and asking to let it stop.
    My favorite writer wrote tomorrow never comes (pause) only more todays
    I don’t want to have a mailing address in 1984 but most things can be forwarded.
    I got nada but my child. I love my brat. I got this. I am sad because my college friends are medicating 9 year olds and calling them sick????????
    I think meds are child abuse.

  20. Dora says:

    Didn’t anyone call the police or an ambulance? Doesn’t look like it.

  21. Angie says:

    Handy charts as Biden continues to lie about Trump’s vaccine.

  22. Dora says:

    On a 2013 visit to China, President Biden met with the chairman of the Chinese Communist Party’s top propaganda effort that seeks to “influence foreign governments and other actors to take actions or adopt positions supportive of Beijing’s preferred policies,” The National Pulse can reveal.

    A previously unreported-on press release from a U.S.-based Chinese Communist Party Consulate reveals that then-Vice President Biden participated in a welcome reception with Chinese Communist Party Vice President Li Yuanchao featuring Tung Chee-hwa:

  23. helenk3 says:

    there will be screaming and crying and knashing of teeth

  24. swanspirit says:

    Am watching a pretty good movie on the Outdoor channel. WIND RIVER with Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen. Supposedly based on true events on a Native American reservation.
    Had to give politics a break today.

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