Friday, November 19, 2021

Pike River, Kenosha, Wisconsin

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199 Responses to Friday, November 19, 2021

  1. gram krakka says:

    America’s Governor Ron DeSavage

  2. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    • jeffhas says:

      I kinda think this ‘very leaky’ vaccine may not get the support they think it will…. I feel like some people on the left are not happy this vaccine is turning out not to be so ‘perfect’…. It’s actually kind of a drag it appears.

      Perhaps if they had looked at it like it was a godsend for those who are fat (yeah I said it) and old and diabetic, by lowering their risk of death – but maybe not a cure all for everyone else, we could’ve gotten on with our lives and not spent 10 trillion to keep things shuttered…. But alas, the potential skim by our betters on $10 Trillion is just to much to pass up…. And anyone working in government or getting government contracts or benefitting from government services seem to agree – and that’s probably 45% of the population (or more)… once you include the 10% true socialists, well… here we are….

      Such a sham…. And shame.

      • 1539days says:

        The not-exactly-a-vaccine is becoming a zero sum game with diminishing returns. Because of drug company marketing, older people walked around during the spring like they had a magic shield and started dying in the summer because the vaccine sucked and no one would admit it. Now, they want to keep re-infecting people with not-COVID to diminish the effects of COVID slightly. The human body does not react well to being constantly attacked like this. I knew someone who got laid up for two days after a booster when he had no effects from the first jabs,

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        The money chain is beyond bizarre. Every single federal agency has substantial piles of money for covid services and covid preparation and covid response and covid grants. The FCC, yes, the FCC has multiple grant groupings for covid money because that is the first agency I think of when it comes to health care. One the other hand, given how poorly CDC and DHHS responded maybe the FCC is the better choice even for health service related grant monies. And many of the grants require really fast turn around – under 7 days – so you know the fix is in as to who gets the bulk of the money as many cannot turn around the paperwork in that length of time. We don’t provide direct care and have try to avoid the covid mania but I get these frantic calls for technical assistance and the forms and criteria for need determination read like instruction manuals that were written in another language and then run through Google translate.

        And think, if there are all these little pockets just how much is in the big pockets that go unseen. A huge shell game at our expense. And the House always wins.

      • Constance says:

        I agree with you but as a fat, old person with high blood pressure I just want to say don’t blame this on us! We didn’t want everyone to take our medicine. This was a power grab by Marxists and in their own interests not because they care about old fat people.

        • jeffhas says:

          Not blaming, not shaming – I’m in the low end of the demo already making my way to the mountain top of fat ole’ diabetic…. BUT, why is the CDC and health industrial complex afraid to say Fat people are at risk because they are fat, and then maybe they’ll lose a few pounds – it might save their life, if not COVID now, heart disease or something else later.

          But, my experience is that most in this ‘high-risk’ group feel that they are like everyone else, therefore everyone else should have to take the vaccine if they do.

          Some idiot at the bowling alley got mad at me and my BIL whose mask was slipping off while bowling (imagine that!), complained to management who told him they were not going to be the mask police, so he demanded a refund and left… but not before taking out his phone to videotape our ‘mask-slippage’ – so I took my phone out to tape him being an ass, which of course meant he could tell me what a terrible person I was for ‘threatening him and his children’ with the virus.

          Now, this is a guy that’s carrying an extra 50+ pounds in his belly, so I told him if he was really worried about his kids he’d go on a diet and lose some weight, because THAT was causing more risk for COVID to him then anything anyone else is doing a lane and a half away (the bowling alley had people bowling with an empty lane in between)

          Every friggin’ person thinks they get to tell someone else what to do now, and that the person they’re berating is to accept and comply. It’s not just our betters. THAT is what is pissing me off – whatever happened to ‘mind your own business’

  3. elliesmom says:

    Good morning from rainy Rhode Island. I was awakened this morning by a small cat sitting on my porch outside my bedroom window. It’s soaked to the skin so I invited it in to get warm and dry, but it just sat on the opposite end of the porch from me and continued to meow. Ellie and Hank were nowhere to be seen so it wasn’t them it was afraid of. TBH, while I know Ellie would be fine with a cat, I’ve never seen Hank get close to one. I know he ignores them on our walks. In any event, the cat refused my offfer of help. Short of pitching my tent for it, there’s nothing else I can do so it continues to whine on my porch.

    Now that I’m awake before dawn, I checked in on the Rittenhouse trial. I had taken yesterday off from anything online that wasn’t purely social and spent most of the gorgeous Indian summer day outside. While any comment about how the jurors are voting is pure speculation at this point, some theories carry more weight than others. I spent 6 months serving on a grand jury a long time ago. We were required to report the first Monday of the month and keep coming everyday until the docket was cleared. Sometimes it was a day or two, sometimes longer than a week. It’s very different than serving on a trial jury. While jurors get shuffled around from case to case, there are a finite number of people you get to meet. The grand jury only decides if there should be a trial, but a grand jury doesn’t get called in unless the case is significant. There is still a lot at stake, and many people get frightened about repercussions. There was one case that involved a gang drive-by shooting, and a couple of jurors said they were too afraid to cast a vote.

    While I believe there might be some merit to Andrew Branca’s “mask Karen” juror, there’s also a real possibilty someone is afraid of what his or her own family will do to them if they know the juror voted to acquit. It’s not only rioters in the street who might come after a juror.

    • Miranda says:

      Can you put some food out for it? Maybe it’s hungry.

      • elliesmom says:

        The sun is out, and there’s no sign of the cat. Hopefully, it belongs to a neighbor, and just got itself locked out. While it would be welcome to move in if it’s homeless, I can’t feed feral cats. There are too many animals, some of them dangerous to encourage, for me to leave food outside. Even a birdfeeder risks inviting bears into my yard. There are coyotes, fisher cats, fox, and bears roaming in the woods 25 ft or so from my back door. None of them are deterred by my fence. Neither are the deer or the wild turkeys although I don’t worry about encountering them.

    • jadzia1971 says:

      I can’t believe that they didn’t change the venue and sequester the jury. Those people are under an inordinate and unfair amount of pressure to come to a result that will not result in further rioting and, of course, danger to their families, homes, businesses, and persons.

  4. helenk3 says:

    brought this forward from yesterday. this prosecutor should be disbarred

    https://video.foxnews.com/v/6282683554001?playlist_id=5198073478001#sp=show-clips

  5. helenk3 says:

    https://nypost.com/2021/11/18/manhattan-school-to-sort-kids-by-race-during-social-justice-discussions/

    If they want to go back to segregation, I lived through it before, I can do it again. Guess the civil rights marches and law are just so yesterday

    • elliesmom says:

      They appear to have been a waste of our time and money.

      • lateblum says:

        ⬆️ This ⬆️

      • jeffhas says:

        They’ll just pull out the marches every other generation to dip their hand back into the till.

        I’m so jaded/cynical – I am now telling every millennial/Z I meet and mentor how the government is a screw-the-public for-profit venture, and if they have no decency, by all means go that route.

        If I had only known in my youth what I know now – I wish someone had explained this to me in detail so I would not have wasted time on candidates with hopes and dreams…. And/or I would’ve gone into politics to change the grift or at least get some grift.

        One of life’s great disappointments for me…. Although seeing 80+ year olds
        dip their decrepit hand in the cookie jar gives me hope I should run for mayor sometime to kick some ass and balls.

        Again. Yuck.

    • 1539days says:

      Like when they separated the boys and girls to talk about puberty? I guess they can’t do that now.

      What about the mixed-race kids?

  6. lyn5 says:

    From Surber …

  7. lyn5 says:

    Not guilty, Democrat mob bitches!

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  10. AniEm says:

    I’m not much of a Catholic these days, but placed Kyle’s name under the Our Lady of Guadalupe statue. So it’s OLG FTW. Anyway, I hope he and Nick Sandman own the media by the time the lawyers are finished with the media monsters.

  11. 1539days says:

    Kyle has spent his last weekend in jail.

  12. Mothy67 says:

    I hope anyone who suffers any property loss after this also sue the media pukes.

  13. lyn5 says:

    Kyle is free as fuck, Littlefinger!

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    If you need another smile …

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  19. lateblum says:

    Hold onto your hats…

  20. Today, for the first time in a year, I am hopeful for our future. I was sure that Rittenhouse would be convicted despite his obvious innocence.

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  22. swanspirit says:

    It’s a great day. I fell asleep on the couch, and just woke up to the not guilty verdict. How fantastic!!!

    • lateblum says:

      I know! I had turned off the tv and computer and was getting ready to go out for a while. I turned on the radio in my bedroom as I was changing clothes and found out Rittenhouse had been acquitted! I haven’t left the house yet. I am so relieved for him. This will trigger a real rage from a friend of mine. I hope she doesn’t leave it on my voicemail. I’d love to simply say, justice was served.
      She was shocked when I told her that Rosenbaum was a convicted child abuser. She gets all her news from NPR, BBC, NYTimes. All of it. smh.

  23. DeniseVB says:

    The talking points are out from the vile progs…………..

  24. DeniseVB says:

    Next up…………

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    • Constance says:

      Heartbroken? Cory is heartbroken he can’t randomly point at a white man, call him a white supremacist and ruin his life? I would sue any office holder who continued to spew their garbage at Kyle after the trial.

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    • jeffhas says:

      “ A very dark message sent to all the other heavily armed would-be vigilantes out there.”

      Especially if they come out during BLM protests. I bet there would be a lot less rioting, car-jacking, looting and burning…. I mean if the police aren’t allowed to step in, someone else might.

  28. jeffhas says:

    For Reals?

    The family of Anthony Huber, one of the men who was fatally shot by Kyle Rittenhouse during unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last summer, said in a statement that “there is no accountability for the person who murdered our son,” following the acquittal of Rittenhouse.

    Here’s their full statement:

    “We are heartbroken and angry that Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted in his criminal trial for the murder of our son Anthony Huber. There was no justice today for Anthony, or for Mr. Rittenhouse’s other victims, Joseph Rosenbaum and Gaige Grosskreutz.
    We did not attend the trial because we could not bear to sit in a courtroom and repeatedly watch videos of our son’s murder, and because we have been subjected to many hurtful and nasty comments in the past year. But we watched the trial closely, hoping it would bring us closure.
    That did not happen. Today’s verdict means there is no accountability for the person who murdered our son. It sends the unacceptable message that armed civilians can show up in any town, incite violence, and then use the danger they have created to justify shooting people in the street. We hope that decent people will join us in forcefully rejecting that message and demanding more of our laws, our officials, and our justice system.
    Make no mistake: our fight to hold those responsible for Anthony’s death accountable continues in full force. Neither Mr. Rittenhouse nor the Kenosha police who authorized his bloody rampage will escape justice. Anthony will have his day in court.
    No reasonable person viewing all of the evidence could conclude that Mr. Rittenhouse acted in self-defense. In response to racist and violent calls to action from militia members, Mr. Rittenhouse travelled to Kenosha illegally armed with an assault rifle. He menaced fellow citizens in the street. Though he was in open violation of a curfew order, Kenosha police encouraged him to act violently. Kenosha police told militia members that they would push peaceful protestors toward the militia so that the militia could “deal with them.” Soon after, Mr. Rittenhouse killed Joseph Rosenbaum. The police did nothing. Concerned citizens, confronted with a person shooting indiscriminately on the street, stepped in to stop the violence. Anthony was shot in the chest trying to disarm Mr. Rittenhouse and stop his shooting spree. Still, the police did nothing. Mr. Rittenhouse continued to shoot, maiming Gaige Grosskreutz. The police let Mr. Rittenhouse leave the scene freely. Mr. Rittenhouse came to Kenosha armed to kill. Kenosha police encouraged him to act violently, and our son is dead as a result.
    We are so proud of Anthony, and we love him so much. He is a hero who sacrificed his own life to protect other innocent civilians. We ask that you remember Anthony and keep him in your prayers.
    -Karen Bloom & John Huber”

    Seems like there’s lot of false info in there… No?

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  30. AniEm says:

    DeBlasio, and other mongrels, are trying to incite violence against a man who was declared not guilty and against 12 jurors. Sounds like hate speech, coupled with civil rights violations, coupled with insurrection against the American justice system. What’s the recourse?

  31. DeniseVB says:

    She’s fine, returned later to scream some more………….camera people are ghouls.

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  33. Constance says:

    Lost in the good news about the not guilty verdict…. Kamala Harris is the acting President. Biden had a colonscopy and transferred the presidential title and powers to her. Usually if a President has tests scheduled everyone knows well in advance. This Biden test came out of no where, is that all it is because he just had a series of bowel related issues on his failure of a foreign trip. Then apparently he skipped out on meetings and photo ops yesterday. It’s a little odd. A lot ominous.

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    • lateblum says:

      I watched the trial on Fox News and on the Rekieta Law you tube channel. I was completely shocked to find out Rittenhouse was acquitted. It was my own concern that although the prosecution couldn’t, didn’t prove him guilty and his testimony showed him to be innocent, I had misgivings about the judgment of the jury.

      • DandyTIger says:

        Yeah, same here. It was open and shut self defense, but I was worried the jury would fold to the pressures. And since that included threats to their lives, I wouldn’t have blamed them. So proud of them all.

  38. lyn5 says:

    LOL … from bookwormroom

  39. John Denney says:

    Kyle is now the most eligible bachelor in America. 🙂

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    h/t Angie

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    thread

    • lyn5 says:

      Blake Masters @bgmasters

      When lies like this run rampant w/o consequence, a republic like ours can’t survive. When a society celebrates Antifa looters, arsonists, and pedophiles as heroes, while turning brave people like Kyle Rittenhouse into villains, it is a society that is not long for this world.

  45. lyn5 says:

    h/t Angie

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  47. Angie says:

    This is funny, but pray for this kid. He went threw a very traumatic experience that night & the government just put his through hell for a year. He is at a fork in the road & can easily go down a bad path. I see Tucker is already exploiting him –to raise $ for his defense, he had to allow Tucker to “embed” a camera crew to follow him around for the trial. Pray for him.

    • lyn5 says:

      ❤ I hope his life can get back to normal. He does have a security team for protection, and he is getting counseling for PTSD.

  48. Angie says:

    2:00 mark. Reuters got pwnd. 🤣🤣🤣

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