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    • jeffhas says:

      For some reason the video doesn’t play for me… but I know this is of ‘The Resurrection’

      These people have no self awareness… don’t they have even ONE real friend in their lives that will tell them the truth, “Dude, that video (picture, whatever) seems so pompous and fake”

      Apparently not even one….

      (not even their spouse is a friend?)

    • elliesmom says:

      I got into a conversation yesterday about how peer pressure and hyped information can make people lose their common sense. The conversation started over the increased percentage of people getting covid-19 in different parts of the country. I pointed out why increases in the percentage mean nothing. A town with 100 cases that has one more person get the virus has had a 1% increases in cases. A town with one case that gets one more has a 100% increase. Where would you feel safer? The sad thing is most people hate math so much they won’t dive into the details.

      Has this been a really, really low year for the flu because everyone is wearing masks? Has covid-19 spread so quickly because people aren’t wearing masks like they should be? You have to choose one because both can’t be true. Logic is something that goes out the window when people are in panic mode. Most people want to feel in control of their lives. Whether they work or not, wearing a mask makes people feel they have some control over a virus. One of the hardest parts of dealing with a terminal illness is realizing what’s going to happen is going to happen. There will be a good outcome or a bad outcome, and which way it goes is pretty much out of your hands. After you’ve done it a few times yourself or with people you love, you stop going into panic mode. Most people who wear masks to be outside in their yards are in panic mode. (Actually, the influenza virus is much smaller than the covid-19 virus and can breeze right through the kind of masks most people are wearing so the question of why there were so few cases of the flu can’t be answered by the wearing of masks, but that wasn’t my point.)

      People who are leaders seldom bow to peer pressure. It’s why Greg Gutfeld sees no reason why watching him get his vaccination would make any difference to people trying to decide whether to get the vaccine themselves, He didn’t need to know what they were doing when he decided. A leader might decide to get vaccinated or not to get vaccinated, but he won’t do it because everyone else is even if his favorite celebrity tells him what he should do. But most people aren’t leaders. It’s why leaders stand out in a crowd. I could always pick out the leaders in my classes in the first day or two. All that remained was to figure out if they would lead the class in a direction I wanted them to go. Because most of the kids would follow the leader where ever he wanted to go.

  1. Dora says:

    I don’t know where you find all of the flower displays, but each one is more gorgeous than the last. Thank you.

  2. Dora says:

    So far, the USA is the only country showing support for this decision. Holy Moly!

    • 1539days says:

      Much like COVID, one way to deal with radiation is to reduce the concentration. There’s something called background radiation because almost everything has radioactive isotopes. As long as the radiation released causes a concentration similar to background radiation, there’s little effect on the environment.

      Now, I wouldn’t want to hang out in Chernobyl, but animals returned / never left the area and they are largely thriving in that higher background radiation environment.

    • Somebody says:

      Personally I’m thankful the Biden administration didn’t volunteer to take the water from Japan. They could bottle it and wait for the next natural disaster to strike a red state, then distribute it to the red state citizens via FEMA.

      Perhaps I shouldn’t given them any ideas

  3. Dora says:

    Good Advice!

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    • Somebody says:

      My county had -1 case yesterday🤣 That means they counted someone earlier they shouldn’t have😉 Someone from another county or more likely a tourist from another state. The day before there were zero cases and two I think the day before that.

    • 1539days says:

      They dropped to seven deaths one day, then went up to 35 the next day. I tend to look at percentages anyway, and Florida is lower than NY in terms of % increase of deaths from COVID. I tend to look at low numbers in states without mask mandates as an assumption of risk situation. Mask wearing makes people think they are safe and are more likely to crowd. No mask mandate makes some people wary of others and going out in general. The best prevention for COVID is still staying away from everyone else. This theory presupposes that masks are virtually useless, which I tend to believe.

      • Somebody says:

        There is a lot of confusion about mask mandates in Florida. There are still mask mandates here, but the governor made it so that you can’t be fined, jailed or punished in any way for not complying. So mask mandates are toothless, but trust me plenty of people still comply.

        Some counties in Florida still have mask mandates. In fact Jacksonville (Duval county), just lifted theirs last week. My county lifted ours in September of last year.

        Where most of the mask mandates come from are from private businesses and many of those businesses only impose the mandate A) to shelter themselves from liability or B) because the county health department requires them to follow CDC guidelines.

        If you come to Florida to visit Disney world you will be walking around the mouse’s house with a mask. You can remove your mask in designated areas to eat or drink, but don’t you dare linger there maskless or Disney security will move in on you. If you go to a store odds are the retailer requires masks. You don’t HAVE to wear a mask at Disney or in a store, but they are private property and they can and will ask you to leave. Masks are similar to no shoes, no shirt, no service. The proprietor has every right to ask you to leave, if you refuse they can call the police and have you arrested for trespassing.

        The rub comes with how police and/or local sheriff’s respond to these calls. In my county for instance the sheriff and his deputies have gone on record repeatedly that they are not the mask police and will not respond to calls regarding masks. So if you go into a store maskless here, usually there is an employee at the door that will smile and offer you a free mask. As you traverse the store you hear announcements over the PA non-stop about covid, social distancing and the store’s mask policy. That’s it, the store management leaves you be, you buy what you want, you are not denied service. You might run into a Karen out shopping, but those are few and far between in these parts😉

        That wasn’t the case down in Jacksonville. The viral video of the maskless Hispanic guy in line at Wal-mart that was tased by the police happened in Jacksonville. In fact that particular Wal-mart is very close to me, just across the county line, although I have one closer so I’ve been in it two or three times in my life. Not every cop in Jacksonville was as gung-ho about enforcing the county mask mandate, but enough were that when we went to Jacksonville we wore masks less we end up on a viral video.

        I think masks are useless too, but people are confused about there being no mask mandate in Florida, there are mask mandates everywhere at virtually every business. Here locally we have many small businesses like the vape shops, gas stations and such that have no mask requirements, but most of the big retail chains do. Their mandates are meaningless, but until a week ago in Jacksonville they weren’t. So depending on where you are in Florida there is plenty of mask wearing.

        • Somebody says:

          I think the bigger factor may be the way Florida has gone about rolling out the vaccines. They vaccinated their most vulnerable populations first.

          Two weeks ago Florida reached the milestone of vaccinating 75% of senior citizens, which are the most vulnerable to covid. My county has vaccinated over 80% of seniors.

          No matter your feeling on the vaccines, making the vaccine accessible to those most likely to succumb to covid makes the most sense. As has been stated here often, this virus is very survivable for the young and healthy (yes there are exceptions to the rule). The vaccine is available to anyone now, I doubt we’ll see as high a percentage of takers in our younger population, but the majority of the vulnerable are vaccinated. So we may see cases spike or not in the future, but hopefully our death rate will continue its downward trend and eventually through vaccines or recoveries we’ll reach herd immunity, probably a combination of the two.

          • 1539days says:

            I would have mentioned that, but I couldn’t find any information in the wee hours of the morning. New York focused on health care workers and first responders. My sister was offered the vaccine in December. She works for a hospital. She actually works in a building a mile away from the hospital in an admin job, except that she’s been working from home for a year. Cuomo made a big deal about getting the hospital worker compliance as high as possible and old people came second. So, add hundreds more old people who died due to Cuomo’s screwed up priorities.

        • Miranda says:

          Thank you for the information about mask mandates. I’m keeping an eye on the Florida casinos, especially Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood. Mr.Miranda and I missed out Vegas poker trips last summer/winter and are anxious to play, but don’t want to wear masks all day. I figure the Florida casinos will be the first to lift. If that’s happens, it’s road trip time!

  5. jeffhas says:


    So the only vaccine I would consider taking (not sure I was really taking one anyways) is being paused?

    …. I know I’m not supposed to be a conspiratorial nutjob and all – but I just don’t trust big-pharma or the CDC government swamp not to favor one vaccine over another based on the payola amount each company gives.

    Can someone please talk me down off the ledge of why I don’t trust any of these ‘institutions’ anymore? …. or am I right to be so skeptical I wouldn’t stick myself with any of these vaccines.

    Much respect to all who have obliged.

    • Somebody says:

      I don’t think you’re crazy at all. It does seem that the J&J vaccine is getting more bad press and scrutiny than the other vaccines. These 6 cases of blood clots are the first I’ve heard of that potential with the J&J, I knew is has been an issues with astrazeneca. That is a serious concern and certainly deserves scrutiny.

      There have been just over 60,000 adverse reactions reported, the spate of issues with J&J last week in several states added up to around 40, there were 3 cases prior to that, now 6 more. So somewhere in the neighborhood of 50, give or take.

      So they pause a vaccine that accounts for 50 adverse events out of 60,000 adverse events🤔🤔🤔 I can see where you might be suspect🤣🤣

      I am not in ANY way saying that scrutiny is not warranted. Scrutiny is always warranted when there are adverse reactions, but the scales do seem a bit tilted.

      As for choosing to get the vaccine or not, that is and should be a personal decision. You are the only one that knows your health situation and whether you have co-morbidities or are at high risk for some reason. If it were not for the fact that I’m headed into chemo and radiation, I probably wouldn’t have chosen to get vaccinated.

      • jeffhas says:

        “ I don’t think you’re crazy at all.”

        That’s the validation I’ve been looking for all my life.

        … anyways, thanks for the good advice. I’m healthy, rarely get sick, may have even been exposed to C19 in late Feb last year when my BIL showed up with ‘The Flu’ – and he is NEVER sick (but why do you come to my house when you’re sick at all?) – so I took a cocktail of Airborne/EmergenC/AlkaSeltzerCold for a couple/few days and never got any symptoms while my wife and adult kids got it.

        None of us ever tested, I’m not fat (yes, I could stand to lose 5-10 lbs, STFU), no immune issues, no diabetes, no other health issues at all, so ‘The Shot’ isn’t really on my radar unless I’m forced via business travel to take it… but I am asked almost every day, “have you been vaccinated yet” – and I’m so tired of telling people “no, not yet, I’m waiting for the J&J one and done” – Even though I really don’t want to get any shot whatsoever. So, I’m about to go full on liar and hope I don’t catch it after I’m lying – which would totally be my luck.

        • jeffhas says:

          “ the drug companies set to make the most money (Pfizer) are probably trying to torpedo the “good” vaccine (J&J) to make sure they get paid for the most doses possible.”

          Thank you for validating my sense of COVIDAnon… I need to know I’m not alone.

          • jeffhas says:

            … but I repeat myself

          • elliesmom says:

            I find myself reminding my family that pharamceutical companies are there to make profits for their shareholders, not to save the world. If one of them discovered a cure for diabetes, they would evaluate how much money they could make from the cure vs. how much money they make selling insulin before they decided what to do with their cure. Our “family nest egg” was started with the FDA approval of aspartame. ED called it “ill gotten gains”.

          • 1539days says:

            Didn’t aspertame start as a diabetes treatment?

          • elliesmom says:

            Not as a treatment for diabetes. They were looking for something to treat ulcers.

      • Miranda says:

        If I start seizing, I’ve told my relatives to let the EMTs know about the vaccine, but I figure 6 out of several million are pretty good odds. As for the other symptoms, I would have to be able to distinguish blood clot headaches from all my other headaches.

    • 1539days says:

      You should always trust but verify. Since the media won’t verify, you have to be skeptical. There’s a database to report COVID vaccine symptoms, but it involves registering with a smartphone and installing an app from the government. Also, almost no one knows about it.

      Much like the HCQ thing, the drug companies set to make the most money (Pfizer) are probably trying to torpedo the “good” vaccine (J&J) to make sure they get paid for the most doses possible. Once they run out of lab rats for the other vaccines (maybe in a month) and people start saying “I’ll take the vaccine, but only if it’s J&J,” the CDC will potentially “reevaluate” their warnings.

      • jeffhas says:

        “ the drug companies set to make the most money (Pfizer) are probably trying to torpedo the “good” vaccine (J&J) to make sure they get paid for the most doses possible.”

        Thank you for validating my sense of COVIDAnon… I need to know I’m not alone.

    • Constance says:

      I think your perception is accurate. Somebody didn’t get their bribe so J&J shot got paused. They may have drummed up a few fake “cases” but it is all politics. And I have had the Pfizer shots. It is a really rough shot and I will be surprised if there aren’t long term consequences. Because who believes the scientists and bureaucrats have thought of everything? They are a bunch of corrupt arrogant dumb assess so there is little chance this will go well.

  6. jeffhas says:


    You said this in 2016 too…. lying rat-f*ckers, you won’t do anything to correct this, if you told the truth your suppression polling would cost you another 1-2-3% and that would make the results even more devastating. Stop the pretense.

  7. Swan Spirit says:

    Denise, I see you set the table for our morning coffee, or is it tea? Doesn’t matter, the flowers are gorgeous, and the pitcher is perfect. I am there!

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  9. elliesmom says:

    If you’re wondering when to expect the riots from the Derek Chauvin trial to begin, we’re starting to see the end. The prosecution will be winding up its case today and the defense has told the judge he will need 3 days to present their side. Depending what time of day the prosecution rests the defense will start either today or tomorrow and conclude on Friday. There will be no closing arguments on Friday regardless of when the defense finishes because once the closing arguments begin, the jury needs to be sequestered. The judge does not want to sequester the jury over the weekend so the closing arguments will be on Monday, and the jury will have suitcases with them. I don’t think it matters whether the jury reaches a verdict or not, and if they do, what it is. if there’s anything left of Minneapolis by the end of this week, there won’t be next. It’s a lovely city, and it’s too bad. How far the “mostly peaceful” protests spread is up to how the other cities handle it.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      There will be riots, It’s what they do. 😦

      • lateblum says:

        It’s actually *all* they do. I think they live for their “mostly peaceful protests” aka riots.

      • Constance says:

        What I don’t get is….in Seattle the Antifa/BLM/CIA march through downtown which is a bunch of buildings that are at least 6 stories high. So Why aren’t normals who are having their homes and businesses destroyed up on the roof of these buildings throwing frozen water bottles and shit all over the protesters? I mean rotten milk and tofu would be good to throw and of course there is always rotten tomatoes etc. See how long these pansy asses keep it up when they get crap thrown at them. Also the second they start their fire bombing have a bunch of normals in disguise back the Antifa/BLM/CIA into an area and set fires to block them in. I think it’s clear the cops and prosecutors aren’t going to do anything. This is acceptable behavior to Democrats.

        • lateblum says:

          I don’t get it either. And because I’m not there, I worry about dd more than usual. She continues to say, “But I live right across the street from the police station. I’m safe!” Which doesn’t help me AT ALL.

  10. Woke Lola says:

    I had to go into CVS to pick up some supplies and they have vaccinations going with a table at the door that backs everyone up, and inside it was mostly people milling around waiting to be called in for the vaccine. Those waiting? 5 healthy 30-ish white males, one with his future Karen, and two large families that spoke Spanish only. My appointment is next week, and I have comorbidities.

    • lateblum says:

      I guess the city and county have given up on me. I’m no longer receiving the emails advising me to signup for my vaccination time. Neighbors have also given up asking me if I’ve been vaccinated. Good! Otherwise, I’d have to lie and say that I have.
      I am a bit concerned about the clotting issue that J&J is now reporting, because these reports are from the last 10-13 days. And this is the window of time when my Seattle dd had her shot. But I also have questions about the earlier pauses and the “problems” that were reported about the vaccine. I know that tens of thousands of J&J vaccine were dumped last week and at least once, there was a halt to the manufacture of it. And this is the vax that I would try to get for myself. . . If I were to get any at all.
      That said, I have also given thought to the ideas posted above. Profits v loss, and the govt (mostly Fauci) favoring one type of drug over another.
      I will also say: I TRUST NO ONE.
      Afaic, the govt as well as the individual players in this are invested in scaring us into doing something that we might not consider under normal circumstances. Fear porn is on tv and radio nearly non-stop. I am tired of having to filter these background noises.

      • 1539days says:

        I say let the herd get the immunity. I’d rather be the lead dog.

      • Woke Lola says:

        I hear you all, but I have to work in person with people, and sometimes go into people’s homes. I’m also job-hunting for a traveling job. I need the vaccine for these reasons.

        • lateblum says:

          Oh Lola, I certainly wasn’t being critical of people who get the vaccine. Of course, you are putting yourself at risk at your job. I remember what making those house calls was like. I’m simply expressing my own private concerns about me and my body. I’m sorry if it sounded as though I were being critical or people who received the vaccine.
          (Although, maybe a little of people who go both kinds.)

        • SHV says:

          Need to to assess your risks, which you have done, and make a decision. What is true is that Covid is not the Flu and is bad news for people at increased risk. During the Covid spike after Thanksgiving and Christmas, Al was swamped with COVID pts and some days was sending 1-2 to the morgue.

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    God Bless This Woman.

    She is still working her buns off.

    • dm says:

      I’ve been reading the account from this guy Bryne (I think) which was linked on CTH (deepcapture.com). I’m only through chapter 3 and it is so sad. Sounds like Trump’s loyalty to Rudy and his attorney Cipollone (?) blinded him to the one true way to get to the truth. Rudy really screwed the pooch. Sydney was pretty much kicked to the curb.

  15. elliesmom says:

    I spend a fair amount of time explaining to friends and family the rationale for delaying getting the vaccine. I have never said I won’t get it eventually. I have never believed the pharmaceutical companies’ goal was to create a vaccine that would eradicate the covid-19 virus even if it were possible. The virus isn’t deadly enough for them to do that out of altruism when this could be a cash cow for many, many years.

    If you accept that premise, when and what vaccine to take becomes something worth thinking about. None of the vaccines are 100% effective. If we are going to need booster shots every year because they lose efficacy over time, then the rate at which they become less effective becomes important. If the virus follows the path of most aerosol viruses, then it’s going to be most widespread in colder months and when people spend the most time inside. So in the best of all situations, we would like to get the vaccine when it would be at its peak efficacy during the time the virus is most active.

    If the vaccine loses efficacy at a steady rate over a year, then it would be at its peak soon after we received it. Six months later it would be at half its top strength and continue to lose efficacy until it hit whatever the residual strength it gives you permanently. The best case scenario would be to get the vaccine just before the virus began to become most active, and to save resources we should probably stop vaccinating masses of people at the halfway mark. Based on my “lived experience” with school attendance where I live, the flu season begins in December and peaks the end of January/early February. A person getting the vaccine in April would hit 50% loss of efficacy in November.

    The vaccine might also lose efficacy slowly at first, and then at some point drop off precipitously. Then we would want to make sure the vaccine was administered so the precipitous drop came after the virus had hit its peak period of virulence. Or the vaccine could be at its peak performance for just a short window, which would make timing your vaccination critical.

    We don’t know yet how this vaccine behaves over time because time is something you can’t speed up. The recommendation I keep getting thrown in my face is “Take whatever vaccine they can put in your arm now, and worry about this stuff later.” But if the vaccines lose efficacy at a steady rate, at the height of the covid-19 epidemic next year, anyone getting the vaccine now will not have much coverage in the fall, and my doctor has told me she will not vaccinate anyone for the same illness twice in one year. Likewise, if the vaccine only has a short window to be at its best, then this not the time to get vaccinated. If the vaccine is good for a while and then suddenly isn’t, getting it now is a crapshoot.

    Another point is, all of these vaccines may not behave the same way. If you take vaccine A, will you be constrained to continue to take vaccine A every year? None of the vaccines are likely to be completely ineffective in a year. What happens when vaccine A collides with vaccine B in our bodies? I can’t find any data anywhere where this has been tested. The safest route until we know will be to stick with whatever they stuck in your arm until one of the companies decides to test someone else’s vaccine against their own. They may have done it in a test tube already, but none of them has made the test results public yet. They want as many people vaccinated as they can before they release the news everyone has to do it every year.

    If we find one of the vaccines is at its peak efficacy longer than the others, then that’s the vaccine I want all other things being equal. I promise you if one of the pharamceutical companies can lay claim to producing that one, we’ll know about it. But you can’t speed up time. I understand there are people who feel the need to be vaccinated sooner rather than later, and to them being vaccinated is more important than worrying about what getting vaccinated at the end of a virus cycle means to the next vaccination. I haven’t discouraged anyone from getting vaccinated. As an early riser, I’ve secured appointments for people chomping at the bit to get it done. I object to people assuming my hesitation is political. My hesitation is pure science. It’s rational. It’s not based on conspiracy theories. There’s reason vaccine trials need time. Patience would have been my middle name if I had been named after a different ancestor.

    • votermom says:

      I am so stealing your points – all great!

    • lateblum says:

      Thank you for this thoughtful post. I may just walk around without with ^this^ on a billboard.

    • 1539days says:

      There’s a direct relationship between age and vulnerability to COVID. The adverse reactions to COVID are similar to those of out of control immune responses. What is an inverse relationship based on age? Vaccinations. Flu vaccines get more frequent as doctors strongly encourage older people to be vaccinated. I’m not opposed to vaccines, but I have to wonder if COVID attacks the bloodstream in a way that makes the immune system overreact. COVID is a hematological illness, not a respiratory one. Breathing problems come from fluid, which is produced somewhere else in the body.

      I have done little to change my lifestyle. I don’t go out that much, I still go to work and shop. I did it for a month before my county had a mask mandate. If I “got” COVID, I had zero symptoms. Why take something with side effects that was genetically engineered in a rush and is allowed on an “emergence” declaration when I don’t engage in high risk behavior?

      • swanspirit says:

        I just got a new mattress, yay me! It was delivered by a young man who normally works on big boats, which he was doing all morning before he delivered the mattress.

        He didn’t care about wearing a mask. I asked him how old he was, he said in his 30s. He was completely up to date on his C-19, information, including the vaccines. He knew that J&J was paused.

        He said he was waiting to get a vaccine, He figured that the recovery rate from the illness, at his age, if he got it, were better odds than getting the vaccine, at this point. He said his 74 year old grandmother had it, and it took a while, but she recovered, and was never hospitalized. So he was ok with not wearing a mask, and waiting to see what happens with the vaccine.
        I didn’t ask, but I bet he is Trump supporter.😁

    • jadzia1971 says:

      This is brilliant. Thank you!

    • Somebody says:

      EM, there are actually a couple of people here that have had either the Pfizer or Moderna in January, then turned around and got the J&J when it came out. They were first in line for the vaccine due to age and medical conditions. Then they got the J&J to “cover their bases”, because it was actually tested in areas where the new variants are and found to be 66% or more effective against said variants.

      Nobody stopped them from getting both. Their initial shots were via the hospital. Then they signed up via a retail outlet to get the J&J. One is my hairdresser, I see him next week. I’ll let you know if he’s grown a third eye or has a nervous tick now😉

      I know of 4 people that have done that, they can’t be the only ones. The CDC knows who got which vaccines, down to the batch they had. So if there is a mix and match issue there are at least 4 guinea pigs running around Florida.

      • lateblum says:

        That is such a scary scenario, to my mind. *shudder*

        • Somebody says:

          I know, but I actually know these people. They’ve each had 3 covid vaccines🙄 The two Shor vaccine and the one shot J&J

          • elliesmom says:

            I don’t doubt people are signing up to get a mix of vaccines. People also get a headache and take Tylenol, Aleve, and Advil hoping one of them will work and find themselves in trouble. But there has been no published study of what the effects of mixing the vaccines are that I can find. When I’ve signed people up to get the vaccine, the question, “Have you already had one of the other vaccines?” wasn’t asked. If they aren’t asking, they don’t know you have. We also might know having two vaccines in your body when you’re well is ok and not know what’s going to happen when the virus enters your system. Will the two vaccines work together, or will they overreact? Essentially, people who take two different vaccines are participating in two concurrent clinical trials.

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    At some point, Chicago parents and the mayor who is either the mother or father of an adolescent girl, will have to do *something*. The teachers ar3 already threatening a walkout and they haven’t even reported to school yet (again)


  18. threewickets says:

    Where in Hollywood have Korean-American actors, African-American actors, Mexican-American actors had the most success finding work? As fake rioters in fake news for the Klan CIA.

  19. SHV says:

    A non-socio/political FWIW; most expensive car model running in the “wild”….This one sold for $56 million 5 years ago, another sold recently for $70-80 million and next sale will likely be for over $100 million.

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    One more before I have to go out again. What in bloody hell is going on in this country!?!

  22. Dora says:

    BREAKING: PROJECT VERITAS: CNN Director Admits Network Engaged in ‘Propaganda’ to Remove Trump From Presidency (VIDEO)

    James O’Keefe strikes again!

    Project Veritas on Tuesday released undercover video of a CNN director admitting the network engaged in ‘propaganda’ to remove Trump from the presidency.


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    Let’s have some bourbon in that tea… and thanks for the beautiful flowers.

    In other news, leading scientists have agreed that we’re officially living in the stupidest fucking time in the history of the planet.

    But I can still smell the lilacs.

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    I watched Greg Gutfield the other night and they were talking about this ship. Tyrus cracked me up. He explained that the navigator could not parallel park.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      The problem with nepotism is the same one as with diversity hires – the criteria for hiring and promotion have nothing to do with competence.

  29. lyn5 says:

    BROOKLYN, New York, April 9, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – Celebrity legal analyst and television personality Midwin Charles has died at age 47, her family confirmed in a tweet posted Tuesday. Charles’ untimely death comes just over a month after receiving her first injection with Pfizer’s experimental mRNA vaccine against COVID-19. No cause of death has yet been announced.


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    I’m tempted.

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