RANT: 2000 Mules’ massive election fraud gets no follow up?

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2022/05/the_riveting_2000_mules_proves_there_was_massive_election_fraud.html?utm_source=pocket_reader

May 8, 2022
The riveting ‘2000 Mules’ proves there was massive election fraud
By Andrea Widburg

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Dinesh D’Souza is an effective filmmaker and he didn’t disappoint with 2000 Mules, a riveting documentary examining the way leftist organizations used activists to stuff ballots in the 2020 election (and the 2020 Georgia run-off election that handed the Senate to the Democrats). However, after watching it, I felt there were some unanswered questions that also deserve scrutiny so I hope D’Souza follows up on these issues.

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It would be nice if someone followed up.

Gooferment is immoral, ineffective, and inefficient. As well as untrustworthy.

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RANT: Tesla and other EV’s should be considered a national disgrace

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11668015/Devastating-photos-cobalt-mines-Democratic-Republic-Congo-power-Apple-Tesla-more.html

The shaming images that show where our iPhones, laptops and Tesla cars REALLY come from: The truth about the Congolese mines where kids are paid $2-a-day to dig for cobalt

  •     Images from the Shabara mine and others in the Democratic Republic of Congo show young children mining  
  •     They dig for cobalt, the chemical element that is used in almost every tech product on the market today 
  •     Apple, Tesla, Samsung and Microsoft are the other end of the complex supply chain  

By Jennifer Smith, Chief Reporter For Dailymail.Com
Published: 08:24 EST, 30 January 2023 | Updated: 09:14 EST, 30 January 2023

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For years, big tech companies like Apple and Tesla have assured the customers of their glossy stores and showrooms that all their goods are ethically sourced and sold. 

But a new series of images taken from inside mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where 90 percent of the world’s cobalt is mined and used to make the batteries that power our tech-led lives, raise uncomfortable questions. 

Cobalt is the chemical element found in almost every tech gadget that uses a lithium-powered battery on the market today – a smartphone, tablet or laptop requires a few grams of it, while an electric vehicle requires 10kg.

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Sorry, but this is a national disgrace.  And, all EV’s should be scorned.

I’m speechless.

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RANT: Big Pharma, Big Government and Big Media are all in bed with one another and “We, The Sheeple” get screwed

https://legalinsurrection.com/2023/01/project-veritas-pfizer-video-and-the-new-triumvirate-big-pharma-big-government-and-big-media/?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=project-veritas-pfizer-video-and-the-new-triumvirate-big-pharma-big-government-and-big-media

Project Veritas Pfizer Video and The New Triumvirate: Big Pharma, Big Government and Big Media

In Vino Veritas: Project Veritas undercover video with Pfizer executive goes viral on Twitter, but most of mainstream media is smothering the story.

Posted by Leslie Eastman Friday, January 27, 2023 at 07:00pm 47 Comments

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In ancient Rome, men who want to wield enormous influence and become fabulously wealthy while doing so would form triumvirates (e.g., the Marc Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian in 43 BC).

We are now living under a new triumvirate: Big Pharma, Big Government and Big Media.

Thanks to the now-unchained Twitter, a viral video from Project Vertias that purportedly shows a senior Pfizer employee talking about covid vaccine and “directed evolution” has spread widely social media.

However, despite the shocking revelations from that seemingly high-level executive, there has been no detailed, follow-up analysis on the content of the video by American news organizations.

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Wonder what happens now?

Nothing!

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RANT: AMAZON PHARMACY like Hotel California — you can check in but not out!

https://pharmacy.amazon.com/chat/start-chat

Amazon Pharmacy Virtual Assistant

Hi there. A few things to mention before we connect you with an Amazon Pharmacy Customer Care agent…

12:48 PM

Need to speak with a pharmacist? Call 855-745-5725. Our pharmacists are available 24/7…

 12:48 PM

Ferdinand

 12:48 PM

cancel

Amazon Pharmacy Virtual Assistant

When typing your questions or responses, be sure you don’t include any personal or sensitive information…

12:48 PM

The current wait time to chat with an Amazon Pharmacy Customer Care agent is minutes. If waiting isn’t possible—and we’re sorry for the inconvenience—you can call us now at 855-745-5725.

# – # – # – # – # 

Only an on-ramp.  Second RX I entered, they couldn’t include it.  Nor match my insurance price.

Then there was no obvious way to cancel.

After 45 minutes on hold by phone and same waiting for chat with agent, I found away.  GO to change your credit card and there’s an option to cancel;

I urge you to consider NOT getting involved with it.  Like PillPack, it just didn’t work as advertised.

Argh!

YMMV

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RANT: It’s the vaccine, stupid

https://palexander.substack.com/p/its-the-vaccine-stupid-its-the-vaccine?utm_source=post-email-title&publication_id=579356&post_id=97982296&isFreemail=true&utm_medium=email

It’s the vaccine, stupid, it’s the vaccine; Bill Clinton said ‘it’s the economy, stupid’, I am saying ‘it’s the vaccine, stupid, it’s the vaccine’; when you hear it, know it came from me, also known as ‘Dr. Paul ‘lock them all to hell up’ Alexander’ on the speech circuits.

Dr. Paul Alexander

# – # – # – # – # 

I read all the news about “sudden deaths” and wonder why we don’t have mandatory autopsies to determine a cause of death.  

This is a slow moving national disaster. 

We need to know “the truth”.

“Son, we live in a world that has walls, and those walls have to be guarded by men with guns. Whose gonna do it? You? You, Lt. Weinburg? I have a greater responsibility than you could possibly fathom. You weep for Santiago, and you curse the Marines. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what I know. That Santiago’s death, while tragic, probably saved lives. And my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves lives. You don’t want the truth because deep down in places you don’t talk about at parties, you want me on that wall, you need me on that wall. We use words like honor, code, loyalty. We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. You use them as a punchline. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide, and then questions the manner in which I provide it. I would rather you just said thank you, and went on your way, Otherwise, I suggest you pick up a weapon, and stand a post. Either way, I don’t give a damn what you think you are entitled to.” Colonel Jessep in A Few Good Men played by Jack Nicholson

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RANT: What remedy does “We, The Sheeple” have for this blatently unCOnstitutional actions

https://thefederalist.com/2023/01/09/what-spygate-tells-us-about-the-google-facebook-and-twitter-files/

A Big Tech lawsuit and ‘The Twitter Files’ are showing Democrats used the same process against Trump in 2020 that they falsely claimed he had used to win in 2016.
Joy Pullmann

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Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry’s latest is evidence demonstrating the federal government’s use of Big Tech communications monopolies to censor its critics was not at all limited to Twitter. He posted an email showing the Biden White House asking Facebook to shut down Tucker Carlson’s speech on its platform, and a Facebook employee apparently complying within just a few hours. 

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Put all those Gooferment politicians and bureaucrats involved in jail.  As well as, ALL the social media executives.

Argh!

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RANT: Repeal REALID and reduce Gooferment powers; the politicians and bureaucrats abuse them!

https://jeffjacoby.com/26644/real-id-was-a-real-mistake-and-congress-should

Real ID was a real mistake and Congress should scrap it at last
by Jeff Jacoby
The Boston Globe
December 28, 2022

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“If fully implemented, the law would facilitate the tracking of data on individuals and bring government into the very center of every citizen’s life,” warns the American Civil Liberties Union. Real ID would make Americans’ personal information available to a vast network of federal, state, and local officials — an irresistible lure to overreaching government snoops, to say nothing of a mother lode for identity thieves. Even worse, the requirement that all driver’s licenses and ID cards have an unencrypted barcode puts that personal information within the grasp of anyone with an electronic scanner.

In authoritarian countries, it is taken for granted that citizens must always have their identification forms with them and that governments have a presumptive right to demand information about any individual at any time. That is not the American way. Here, the presumption is that the national government does not have an automatic claim to personal information and may not track individuals at will without probable cause to suspect wrongdoing.

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“Where are your papers!” 

Every Nazi-involved movie always had this trope in it.  And, it should be a warning of the slippery slope.

Americans don’t need Gooferment “papers” to exist.

And, after we have seen how respectful the Deep State is to the First Amendment, why would we give them anything that could be misused.

#repealrealid #endthefed #endthefbi #endthecia

And on … and on … and on!

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand? . . .”
— Alexander Solzhenitsyn

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RANT: Festivus for the rest of us

https://www.tampabay.com/life-culture/2022/12/13/festivus-2022-when-date-meme-gif-airing-of-grievances/?utm_source=fark&utm_medium=website&utm_content=link&ICID=ref_fark

Festivus: Share your complaints and grievances for 2022
It’s your chance to gripe and get it published in the Tampa Bay Times.
By Christopher Spata Times staff
Published Earlier today | Updated 4 hours ago

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Festivus 2022 is coming. The “fictional” holiday that entered culture 25 years ago via a classic “Seinfeld” episode returns Dec. 23, meaning it’s time for the Seventh Annual Tampa Bay Times Airing of Grievances.

It’s your chance to gripe and complain from anywhere in the world about ways you’ve been annoyed this year. Your most petty peeves about loved ones, businesses, sports teams, your boss, your pets — whatever — will be published in the Tampa Bay Times. Examples of past year’s funniest reader complaints are here, here and here. Submit yours through this form by Dec. 19.

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If you’re not familiar with Festivus, Frank Costanza (the brilliant, late Jerry Stiller) hilariously explains the anti-consumerism holiday that people still celebrate in real life in Season 9, Episode 10, The Strike, available on on Netflix. It involves an unadorned metal pole instead of a tree (tinsel is “distracting”), feats of strength and the airing of grievances. Festivusweb.com has more info.

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My grievance is the FED (The Federal Reserve Bank is a misnomer. IT ain’t “federal”. It reserves nothing. And, it ain’t a “bank”. It is a private cartel of the elite banks run for their benefit and that of the entrenched politicians.) and its debasement of the US dollar.  Leaving the Gold Standard allowed the Gooferment to spend wildly.

Argh!

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RANT: Is anyone else tire of being made fools of?

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/12/maricopa_or_die.html

December 10, 2022
Maricopa or Die
By Jack Gleason

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These same top-of-ballot counts were also less than the total votes counted for all U.S. House races.  In the nine Arizona districts, 1,325,000 votes were counted for GOP House candidates, while 1,196,000; 1,271,000; and 1,254,00 were totaled for the Senate, governor, and secretary of state GOP candidates.  Again, the Democrat side showed the normal pattern: more top-of-ballot votes.

The idea that anyone is being fooled by Democrat assertions that our elections are “free and fair” is not believed by most of the American people.  Problems with the election in Arizona have Republicans furious, and a majority of nationwide voters agree that our “sacred right to vote” is at risk.

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Sad to say, but “elections” are just window dressing.It’s been exposed in numerous examples since LBJ in the 60’s thru to the recent election. 

Given that we are now ruled by “tyrants” what can be done  — shut up and ignore it; revolt; malicious compliance; or “national divorce”.I’m personally tired of being made a fool of. 

What about you?I’m open to suggestions.

Argh!

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RANT: Alex Jones is the present day incarnation of a Salem witch

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/11/walter-e-block/alex-jones-is-innocent/

Alex Jones Is Innocent
By Walter E. Block
The Daily Bell
November 19, 2022

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Does this mean we should be free speech absolutists? That anything goes, verbally, or in writing? No. There is a class of statements that should be banned by law and heavily punished: threats.

If I say to you, give me $100 or I’ll shoot you, or kidnap you child, those are only words. However, I would be a criminal if I seriously said or wrote them to you.

But Alex Jones did nothing even widely approaching such a statement. Yes, he lied about a tragic historical event. But he didn’t even close to engage in libel or slander. Ok, he hurt feelings. That should not be considered a criminal act. He is entirely innocent of the charges laid against him.

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First, I’m not a fan of Alex Jones.  And, he has a First Amendment right to publish his theories.  And, I don’t think Sandy Hook was “crisis actors”.

But, I don’t understand how an FBI agents get 90M$ from Alex by any stretch of law or logic.

Hurt feelings aren’t a windfall opportunity.

I am horrifies by the tragedy.

The Gooferment politicians and bureaucrats failed the public in so many ways in this and other shooting cases.  But they pay no penalty.

I don’t see how Alex Jones broke “the law”; maybe common decency or maybe common sense, but that’s about it.

I wonder if this will go to SCOTUS?

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RANT: Never speak to law enforcement without an attorney and a video recorder

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/11/key_takeaways_from_the_fbi_whistleblowers_report.html

americanthinker.com
Key Takeaways from the FBI Whistleblowers Report
By Charles Sullivan

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3. The FBI simply cannot be trusted, and anyone who is being questioned by them must use extreme caution. As the prominent attorney Harmeet Dhillon has recommended, “never speak to the FBI without your attorney present, and never speak to the FBI without making an audio or video recording of the entire conversation.”

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Goes without saying.

And, if I am ever on a jury, “I wouldn’t believe you, if your tongue came notarized.” … attributed to Judge Marilyn Milian, but may have an earlier history.

Sad to say, but “We, The Sheeple” have no friends “in power”.

“It’s a big club, and you ain’t in it! You, and I, are not in the big club.” — George Carlin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5dBZDSSky0

You’ve been warned.

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RANT: Time for the State Gooferment to tell the Federal Gooferment to MYOB

https://nypost.com/2022/11/17/feds-force-new-jersey-to-yank-sassy-highway-safety-messages/

Feds force New Jersey to yank tongue-in-cheek highway safety messages
By David Meyer
November 17, 2022 2:50pm

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The highways are jammed with snarky road signs — and the feds don’t like it.

Killjoys at the Federal Highway Administration have reportedly ordered New Jersey officials to stop putting up cute and funny message boards with in-your-face safety warnings, such as: “Hold onto your butts — help prevent forest fires” and “Get your head out of your apps.”

The federal regulators came down with the ban on Wednesday, just about a month after New Jersey started putting the sassy missives up on programmable electronic signs around the Garden State’s many highways, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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Time for a “national divorce”.  

Remind me again why we have a  Federal Highway Administration in the first place.

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RANT: Time to exit Google and others

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2022/10/15/mercola-sues-google-youtube.aspx

Why I’m Suing YouTube and Google
Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola

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The WaPo article coinciding with YouTube’s action is also a blatant illustration of how government, social media platforms and media collude and coordinate attacks to censor people and organizations with whom they do not agree, or who pose a threat to their propaganda narrative.

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#googleexit

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RANT: Is it time to “license” fact checkers? (Just kidding!)

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2022/09/28/what_happens_when_a_fact-checker_doesnt_get_the_facts_right_148253.html

What Happens When a Fact-Checker Doesn’t Get the Facts Right?
By Chandler Lasch
September 28, 2022

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Abrams’ claim that a heartbeat detected at six weeks of pregnancy is nonexistent and “a manufactured sound” is false, as is Kessler’s claim that ultrasound detects electrical activity, not the motion of a heart. For two years, Abrams has urged Americans to “follow the science,” while Kessler has insisted that at his newspaper, “we deal in facts.” Both are laudable goals – and equally applicable to the speaker, as well as their audiences.

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One would think that the Washington Post would fire any “Fact-Checker” that (a) gets it so wrong; and (b) inserts their own “facts” into the mix.

Argh!

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RANT: Now NYC is stonewalling on what it covered up!

https://nypost.com/2022/09/10/nyc-refusing-to-release-9-11-records-without-lawsuit-immunity/

NYC refusing to release 9/11 records without lawsuit immunity
By Susan Edelman
September 10, 2022 12:01pm Updated

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Mayor Adams is refusing to release a stash of potentially damning documents showing that the city covered up warnings about dangerous air and health hazards facing New Yorkers after 9/11 — unless the city is granted immunity from lawsuits, sources told The Post.Mayor Adams is refusing to release a stash of potentially damning documents showing that the city covered up warnings about dangerous air and health hazards facing New Yorkers after 9/11 — unless the city is granted immunity from lawsuits, sources told The Post.

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Disgraceful!

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RANT: Is the USA in moral decay and decline?

Vladimir Putin, Canadian ‘Assault’ Knives, Covid Vaccines Cover-up, and Mass Anti-Government Protests in Europe
https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/09/chuck-baldwin/vladimir-putin-canadian-assault-knives-covid-vaccines-cover-up-and-mass-anti-government-protests-in-europe/

 — via my feedly newsfeed

Is Vladimir Putin A Christian?
By Chuck Baldwin

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Russia’s leader has been demonized more than any national leader since Adolf Hitler. Does he deserve it? Is he the monster the mainstream media paints him to be, or is he actually a devout Christian man trying to save his country from a corrupt, decadent West?

From Russian-Faith.com

Putin continuously makes it clear that he envisions Russia as a Christian country.

In 2014, Putin called for the restoration of Kremlin’s historic Chudov (“of the Miracle”) and Voznesensky (Ascension) monasteries both of which were destroyed by the Bolsheviks. He also wants another church destroyed by the Bolsheviks in the Kremlin to be rebuilt.

The Kremlin is both the political and historic center not just of Moscow but of Russia. By calling for the restoration of these Christian buildings Putin repudiated the Soviet legacy with its atheist ideology and its record of anti-Christianity and reaffirms Orthodoxy as the heart of Russian culture.

A key element of Putin’s worldview is not just his commitment to the Russian Orthodox Church as an institution, but also his admiration for three 19th and 20th century Russian Christian philosophers—Nikolai Berdyaev, Vladimir Solovyov and Ivan Ilyin, all of whom he often quotes in his speeches. Russia’s regional governors were even instructed to read the works of these philosophers during their 2014 winter holidays.

Studying the causes of Russia’s 20th century tragedy, Ilyin wrote:

“The Russian revolution is a reflection of the religious crisis we are living through now, an attempt to establish an anti-Christian public and state system thought up by Friedrich Nietzsche and economically and politically realized by Karl Marx. This anti-Christian virus was exported to Russia from the West…..

Losing our bond with God and the Christian tradition, mankind has become morally blind and gripped by materialism, irrationalism and nihilism.”

In Ilyin’s view, the way to overcome this global moral crisis is for people to return to “eternal moral values”, which he defined as “faith, love, freedom, conscience, family, motherland and nation” but above all “faith and love”.

“To make Russia great again the Russian people should believe in God. This faith will strengthen their minds and willpower. It will make them strong enough to overcome themselves.”

It’s difficult to really know the truth about Putin. I must confess that the more I hear the man speak, the more impressed I am with him. And, no, I haven’t forgotten that words are often cheap.

What I do know is the man who is now identified as America’s president is one of the most corrupt, duplicitous, tyrannical and evil world leaders to ever draw a breath. With a totally warped, wicked, warmongering idiot sitting in the Oval Office, it gives Americans very little room to criticize anyone else’s leader.

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An interesting perspective.  Perhaps there is a real element of truth in this! That the USA is descending into moral decay just like the Roman Empire and Russia is returning to the path up and out of the moral decay of Communism.

Certainly worth considering when you see the Hollywood, the East and West coast elite, and politicians & bureaucrats, how they live and the morals they espouse.

Sigh!  Sadly.

Let’s proceed to set our own house in order.

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RANT: Do not speak ill of the dead — they can’t defend themselves

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/rebeccadowns/2022/09/09/people-wishing-ill-of-the-queen-n2612841

Sad but Not Surprising: Professors, Politicians and The New York Times Speak Ill of the Queen and Her Legacy
Rebecca Downs
Posted: Sep 09, 2022 10:15 AM

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Editor’s note: This article includes tweets containing vulgar language.

Even before Queen Elizabeth II was officially confirmed dead, her haters were dancing on her grave. We’re not just talking random Twitter users, but a verified professor, Uju Anya of Carnegie Mellon, as our friends at Twitchy highlighted throughout Thursday. While many current and former world leaders, including from the United States, have sent their condolences, those Australian politician Mehreen Faruqi’s rang hollow, as she brought up colonization in a tweet, and then restricted replies.

Condolences to those who knew the Queen.

I cannot mourn the leader of a racist empire built on stolen lives, land and wealth of colonised peoples.

We are reminded of the urgency of Treaty with First Nations, justice & reparations for British colonies & becoming a republic.

— Mehreen Faruqi (@MehreenFaruqi) September 9, 2022

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Now I’m no fan of the British “royalty” or their system of Gooferment, but we here in the USA have our own problems.

Whatever you can say about the Brits, they are polite.  And, in polite company, one never speaks ill of the dead.

Sounds like Professor Faruqi is getting her 15 minutes of fame at the Queen’s expense. 

Where has the Professor been hiding these comments before the Queen’s death?

And why restrict replies?

Time for everyone to turn away from “hate speech” and face our problems.  No one is perfect, but as “leaders” go, she was a pretty classy lady.

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RANT: Finally somebody is DOING something and it’s not taking forever and costing billions

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11107887/We-wait-longer-Arizona-Governor-Doug-Ducey-starts-building-6m-makeshift-border-wall.html

‘We can’t wait any longer!’: Arizona Governor Doug Ducey starts building $6m makeshift border wall using barb-wire topped shipping containers that will be completed by NEXT WEEK

  • Arizona spans more than 370 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border, and has seen 430,342 migrants detained so far this year in their two sectors
  • The Yuma sector of the border is the third-busiest for migrant crossings: only Rio Grande Valley and Del Rio, both in Texas, have seen more arrivals 
  • On Friday, the Republican governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, who is running for re-election in November, announced he was building a makeshift border wall
  • Ducey said that his state had run out of patience with Washington DC and was taking matters into their own hands, with a wall of 60 shipping containers

By Harriet Alexander For Dailymail.com and Associated Press
Published: 01:10 EDT, 13 August 2022 | Updated: 06:49 EDT, 13 August 2022

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Arizona began moving in shipping containers to close a 1,000-foot gap in the border wall near the southern Arizona farming community of Yuma on Friday, with officials saying they were acting to stop migrants after repeated, unfulfilled promises from the Biden administration to block off the area.

‘Arizona has had enough,’ tweeted Doug Ducey, the Republican governor of the state, who is up for re-election in November.

‘We can’t wait any longer. The Biden administration’s lack of urgency on border security is a dereliction of duty.’

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I feel for two groups of people.  OK maybe three.  First, the poor people of the USA who are competing for job with illegal aliens and suffering from the crime wave that comes with them Second, the poor people of the world trying to come to the USA illegally and are risking their live and paying the Cartels a small fortune to be smuggled in.  Third, and finally, “We, The Sheeple” who are paying for the politicians and bureaucrats to grandstand and all the social costs of illegal aliens.

Argh!

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RANT: Bored Panda highlights some consumer frauds

https://www.boredpanda.com/deceptive-packaging-examples/

Advertising, Funny
“You Sit On A Throne Of Lies”: 50 Of The Most Evil Packaging Designs That Were Created To Deceive People (New Pics)
Simona Kinderytė, Adelaide Ross, Viktorija Ošikaitė

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The Wilshire Law Firm explains what qualifies as false advertising as well: manipulating key terms, deceptive visual representation of the product, bait and switch (when companies pretend to be selling one good or service but end up giving the customers an inferior version), incomplete or false comparisons, and misleading product warranties or guarantees.

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Bored Panda makes a joke, but I think these should be prosecuted!

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RANT: I’m sorry but that is a CRUEL thing to do to a young child; shame on Dad … and Mom.

https://nypost.com/2022/07/13/dad-abandons-son-5-at-school-after-discovering-hes-not-his-father/

Living
Dad abandons son, 5, at school after discovering he’s not his father
By Emily Lefroy
July 13, 2022 1:23pm Updated

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A man in China reportedly refused to care for his son after discovering he’s not actually his biological offspring — and left him at preschool.

The 5-year-old, who is being identified under the pseudonym “Xiao Rui,” was abandoned last week by his father, who dropped him off for school per usual but failed to return to collect him in the evening, according to local reports.

Xiao had a backpack with him containing only a change of clothes and a mobile phone, reported the Jiangxi Morning Daily via the South China Morning Post.

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I always thought that Chinese society was more … … humane than this example.

I hope that the folks around Mom and Dad “instruct” them in the errors of their ways (i.e., ostracism; throw excrement on them).

If no one wants him, I’d take him.

Makes me sad.

Maybe the South China Morning Post should publish the parent’s pictures!

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RANT: The draft is slavery and the draft age should be the drinking age; end the draft

Pleases crown drink ale age conscription

I think that if we are to have a draft law standing by, then the draft age should be the age for everything.

As a little L libertarian, I wonder if people will realize the contradiction of the draft and slavery?

Argh!

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RENT: Did Joe profit from the save of One Million Barrels from U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to CCP-Owned Oil Company Linked to Hunter Biden

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/07/07/report-joe-biden-sold-nearly-one-million-barrels-from-u-s-strategic-petroleum-reserve-to-ccp-owned-oil-company-linked-to-hunter-biden-firm/

Report: Joe Biden Sold Nearly One Million Barrels from U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to CCP-Owned Oil Company Linked to Hunter Biden Firm
Jordan Dixon-Hamilton 7 Jul 2022 3:25

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President Joe Biden’s administration sold 950,000 barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to a Chinese state-owned gas company that has financial ties to a private equity firm cofounded by Hunter Biden, according to a Washington Free Beacon report.

In April, Biden’s Department of Energy announced the nearly one million barrel sale to Unipec, which is the trading arm of Sinopec. Sinopec is wholly owned and operated by the Chinese Communist Party.

Unipec reportedly purchases oil across the globe and then apparently sells it through its Sinopec Marketing subsidiary.

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If true, I guess we’ll never hear about this?

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RANT: Wonder why the victim is in jail?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10988015/Shocking-moment-Manhattan-bodega-worker-stabs-customer-death-man-confronted-him.html

Manhattan bodega worker, 51, knifes gangster, 37, to death after he jumped counter and attacked him over cost of bag of chips: Locals demand he’s released from Rikers Island where he is held on $250,000 bond

  • Surveillance footage caught the moment a New York City bodega worker allegedly stabbed a customer to death after the man pushed him
  • Jose Alba, 51, was seen sitting behind a counter at the Blue Moon Convenient Store when 37-year-old Austin Simon confronted him
  • Simon then pushed the man into a shelf before yelling at another customer trying to purchase something from the store
  • He then pulls Alba out of the chair, at which point Alba allegedly pulls out a large knife, which he plunges into Simon’s neck and chest at least five times
  • Simon was later pronounced dead at a local hospital

By Melissa Koenig For Dailymail.Com
Published: 17:19 EDT, 6 July 2022 | Updated: 20:21 EDT, 6 July 2022

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Surveillance footage caught the shocking moment a New York City bodega worker allegedly stabbed a customer to death after the man confronted him about the price of some snacks.

Video shows the employee – 51-year-old Jose Alba – sitting behind a counter at the Hamilton Heights grocery store, tending to custom

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I don’t understand!  But it is New York after all.

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RANT: Walgreens “delivery” didn’t!

Walgreens <donotreply@rxorder.walgreens.com>
Thu, Jun 30, 3:59 PM

There’s an issue with your prescription, insurance or payment information that needs your attention in the next 3 business days so that we can continue to process and ship your order.

For further questions, please contact your Walgreens.com pharmacy at (877) 250-5823.*
Thank you,
Your Walgreens Pharmacist

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Placed an order for delivery. Went thru no problem.

Two days later an email that there is a problem. No phone call!  No real alternatives.

Call and after bouncing around, I got some one who explained they do NOT fill that type of prescription. 

Argh!

Bottom line they really screwed me.

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