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April 21, 2021



This is the new normal



That Bryant girl was an honor student at Kermit Gosnell Magnet School.


In other palmistry



Getting to that Preference Cascade thingie...

holy hell

I didn't realize that this is all happening b/c of a data breach at the site hosting Rittenhouse's defense fund

This is legitimate cyber warfare. This is activists hacking private companies in order to attack their customers for having wrongthink.

#BREAKING: A high-ranking Norfolk Police officer who was found donating to the defense fund of Kyle Rittenhouse has been fired from the police department.







People who believe in the constitution, christianity the rule of law we dont need them, those who believe in crt in aztec bloodrites thats who we need.


Starscream CIA-Simulation Warlord 🇺🇸🦈🇺🇸
Columbus zombies up. 🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️ pic.twitter.com/G1o0XyLL1A



The way i feel about the puppet regime that was imposed by a media cartel enforced by mob rules conducting soviet style purges is hard ti quantify.


Each political officer more wretched than the worse.





Illegal election activity? Why, yes. In more places than documented before.



NEW: City of Green Bay Attorney issues report to paper over concerns about the City's handling of the Election and makes some BIG admissions. /thread



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Rest of thread

City of Green Bay admits that the Zuckerbucks funded organization "CTCL connected the City with NVAHI (National Vote at Home Institute)" and Spitzer-Rubenstein was to "assist with election tasks the City chose to assign" tasks that only the Clerk had the legal authority to assign

[Spitzer-Rubenstein] "He indicated that as the state lead, he reached out to the fifty most
populous cities." - he is admitting he/CTCL/NVAHI only targeted Democrat-leaning voting areas.

City of Green Bay admits that Spitzer-Rubenstein basically redesigned their early-in-person absentee voting process.

Report also indicates that Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein was involved with "Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Wauwatosa, and West Allis."

City of Green bay admits the Mayor "gave a directive" for the move to a Central Count facility. "Notably,
then-Clerk Teske strongly opposed moving Central Count to a different location."

"Then-Chief of Staff Jeffreys indicated that she didn't
thoroughly review the document when it was sent to her for signature on October 27, 2020 because
time was short. Accordingly, she signed the booking as-is and without noticing that Spitzer-Rubenstein was still listed as POC"

City of Green Bay admits one major problem at Central Count on Election Day "the DS450 rejecting a large number of ballots that had to be reconstructed as a result" - BIG Question: Who oversaw the reconstruction of those ballots?

So CTCL grant funded thee SD450 High Speed Tabulator, which the City then blames for a major problem on election night.

Green Bay Report admits that Spitzer-Rubenstein was "provided with a 'City employee' tag" by none other than Amaad Rivera-Wagner! #GreenBayelectionscandal #wiright


Same Zuck op that gave $6 million to GASec State office, same scam there?

Ditto Arizona. Couple other states.


Here's your carpetbagger, henry:


Remember when Barak Obama got thousands of $10 donations from fake people and everyone thought that was OK?

Kyle Rittenhouse gets $10 donations from real people and journalists lose their minds.


Yep. It ain’t the masks.

People died because talking about obesity had become a third rail in America.” Maher continued, “the last thing you want to do is say something insensitive. We would literally rather die. Instead, we were told to lock down. Unfortunately, the killer was already in the house and her name is Little Debbie.”



I pin this “On to the next crisis” on forty four:
"If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun," Obama said at a fundraiser in Philadelphia Friday, according to pool reports.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--Unfortunately, the killer was already in the house and her name is Little Debbie.--

That might be the only thing Bill Maher has ever said that I actually laughed at.


“How do we make change in this country?”

Not with a fake $20. I can tell you that much.

Dave (in MA)

State media headline, from TM's link:

    Columbus Police Shoot And Kill Black, Teenage Girl

How about,
Columbus Police Save Life of Black, Teenage Girl?

Jim Eagle

They are pushing a race war. Why? Thet would never win one.

Oh, light bulb comes on. Reparations to the rescue.


Using Chess as a metaphor, I don’t think carpetbaggers are allowed to move North and West.

Dave (in MA)
    Pinandpuller | April 21, 2021 at 07:52 PM
Snorfle, as one JOMnik likes to say.

Carpetbaggers were non-native arrivals for political purposes, and they did indeed travel North and West. Indian Territories got messy for just that reason.

Dave (in MA)

How about one high-profile one that moved North to secure a seat in the world's greatest deliberative body</sarc>? Bagger, muncher, whatever.


narc channeling the ire of the day with aplomb: "The way i feel about the puppet regime that was imposed by a media cartel enforced by mob rules conducting soviet style purges is hard to quantify."

Something to ponder in a similar mood, from Ace:

"I'm tired of these feebledicked smoothbrains being constantly surprised by the obvious, and then daring to lecture the rest of us about what the Reasonable Position should be.

Sarcastic Ace is the best Ace (as they say)"


Ummm, because they were paid to do so?

NAMED & SHAMED: The “Journalists” Who Went on Chinese Communist Party Junkets, Then Delivered “Favorable Coverage.”

Unearthed documents from one of the leading Chinese Communist Party propaganda groups reveal the names of “mainstream” U.S. journalists taking junkets from the group in exchange for favorable coverage, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal.

The trips often came just before opinion editorials and news reports excusing Chinese Communist Party crimes, or opposing trade showdowns with the nation.

The China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF) was founded by the Vice-Chairman of the “highest-ranking entity overseeing” Chinese Communist Party’s United Front Department, an effort which aims to “co-opt and neutralize sources of potential opposition to the policies and authority” of the Chinese government. “The United Front strategy uses a range of methods to influence overseas Chinese communities, foreign governments, and other actors to take actions or adopt positions supportive of Beijing’s preferred policies,” the U.S. government report continues.

CUSEF uses United Front Department tactics of influence on Western journalists from virtually every Western media outlet: CNN, New York Times, MSNBC, The Washington Post, and many more. According to Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) filings with the Department of Justice, CUSEF retained Western lobbyists to aid in their quest to “effectively disseminate positive messages to the media, key influencers and opinion leaders, and the general public” regarding China.



I have to agree with Ace and Narciso. I don’t really have anything to add.

I am still watching Midsommer Murders, made in the 90’s. People still smoking and having a pint, Sgt. Troy disapproving of gay couples, environmentalists treated as nutters. Great English scenery.

jim nj


Indonesia's navy is searching for a submarine that went missing north of the resort island of Bali with 53 people on board, the military said Wednesday.

Military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the KRI Nanggala 402 was participating in a training exercise when it missed a scheduled reporting call.


Oooh, that had to hurt.



Maybe the woke snowflakes will stay home.


To “protect the neutrality of sport,” Olympic athletes will not be allowed to take a knee, raise a fist or otherwise protest on fields of play or medal podiums, the International Olympic Committee said Wednesday



Thats like peel telling the soviet ambassador, you lost another submarine re archegos.


Thay was a good joker impression pin

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Michael Smith
Last night (and continuing today), as I witnessed the lectures from the horrid Harris-Biden team, the self-righteous news media and the virtue signaling entertainment industry - coupled with the constant drone of "you are a racist" coming out of the BLM camp, I was reminded of something Oliver Wendell Holmes once said.

Holmes said: “Even a dog distinguishes between being stumbled over and being kicked.”

Holmes was talking about the way the American people traditionally separated intentional harm and unintentional harm. In general, people have come to the conclusion that unintentional harm is not immoral in the same way and degree as intentional harm.

Moral theories since Augustine and Aquinas introduced the doctrine of double effect, essentially creating this differentiation. This doctrine proposes that it is morally worse to harm someone intentionally than to harm someone accidentally or as collateral damage, even if that damage can be known.

If the condemnation of whites was collateral damage in the pursuit of true justice, I can sort of understand that - but it isn't, it is intentional. I feel like the dog, and I know the difference between being stumbled over and getting kicked.

This is the latter.

Ben Crump is making millions chasing the race ambulance. One wonders what his share of the $27 million George Floyd settlement was. Crump follows in the tradition of Jesse "Shakedown" Jackson and Al "Freddie's Fashion Mart" Sharpton - thy all had a profit motive.

I'm also getting fed up with white progressives accusing me of being a racist, especially when they know nothing about me other than I lean conservative.

I'm wondering when the 67% of America is going to get fed up with being denigrated and despised by the 13% (actually, it's probably around 1% who are responsible for the agitation. Sooner or later somebody is going to object to falsely being accused of being a racist, and with extreme prejudice.

As Admiral Josh Painter (Fred Thompson) said in "The Hunt for Red October":

"This business will get out of control. It will get out of control and we'll be lucky to live through it."


This and an earlier thread inspired my earlier comment



Both me and mr smoth were thinking red october.

Dave (in MA)

The guy who saved Makhia Bryant's intended victim has been named. Who killed Ashli Babbitt?


Smith, its striking how you see fred thompsom in that role as i didnt when i read the novel, now michael b jordan as john clark, that doesnt work for me.


“I just tried to use maps.google.com to check what county a nearby town is in

It's now easier to find women-led businesses near you
Search for women-led businesses in your community
Oh, fuck off.”

LOL, Dave! (I’m catching up, so am jumping ahead of reading posts). The state reached out to me pre-covid about bidding on state/municipal jobs. They wanted more small businesses to be involved, “and right now it’s just Lowes and Home Depot.” I tried for three days to figure out the system. To sum it it up it’s BS. If you want to be part of it you must pledge to spend a percentage of the profits from the State on minority-owned businesses. I went through the database, and there was not a single business I could use. So the warning bells went off. No way do I want to be audited by the State. Forget it.

And then stupid me looked into being an official “woman-owned business.” (This was when our business was declining every year due to Amazon, And big box stores.) What was I thinking? It’s a ridiculous process, and completely contra-small business. (ie the classes are in person at noon in Boston on a weekday, only once per month...) The usual bs.


I meant to say I have not yet caught up, so I’m still on the last post. Be back soon :-).


Take small bites



well, my tolerance for stupidity and demagoguery was reached very early today. smooches all.






Link says tweet doesn’t exist.


A north korean irgc general is running for iranian prime minister.





Google maps now says, It's now easier to find women-led businesses near you.

For 45 years I worked for a business my mother owned. She is now 99 and I have taken over.

What degree of bigotry does it show to no longer encourage people to do business with us?

What degree of bigotry does it show the women who work with us?


Trained, thats how integrated the two countries systems are

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

I was on a google map the other day and it wanted to show me POC businesses.


What's going to happen to women who own small businesses and are threatened due to wrongthink?


Oilfield Rando
Highest paid athlete in the country saying he’s the victim of his own despicable tweet is just 2021 as it freaking gets.


Sounds like he knocked his teeth out with his own boot


MissM, the early Midsomner Murders are great! I have not been able to keep,up, but I love those episodes! Way back when when Lyle was still participating I commented that I was watching the early Midsomners, and he said they were his among his favorites ( if I recall correctly).

I’m about to join you in watching them. The news stinks, and we have zero control. I can check in here and at other blogs. Plus many of my customers are clued in. Best to spend my nights watching something fun.

On the other hand I’ve been reading “The Pioneers,” by McCullough. If I am feeling tired, well I am a wimp. The pioneers were of a super tough stock, but you all know that. I have a lot to do, and so reading about the Pioneers makes me realize I’m such a slouch!


Carmine Sabia
Now @DonLemon
is defending the officer in the #MakhiaBryant shooting. CNN is actually doing a fair job tonight. Not every case is the same. "Tasers do not always work ... Even in the slowed down version it is a second. Imagine in real time."
There is a tear in the space-time continuum.


Ex-Mayor of CA town’s love for children gets him in trouble, since it’s all about rape and pimping:



Its lemon from the alternate universe.


Catching up



I have to head to bed.

Good night, all!


Ain’t that a coincidence!

Lanny Davis Registers as Foreign Agent for Ukrainian Oligarch Facing Bribery Charges

Lanny Davis, a Democratic public relations guru with longstanding ties to the Clintons, has signed a $75,000 monthly contract to help drop a federal case against a Ukrainian oligarch who faces bribery charges in the U.S.
Dmitry Firtash, one of Ukraine’s richest men, hired Davis’s firm to help “correct the public record” regarding the federal case pending against the oligarch, according to a filing with the Justice Department’s Foreign Agents Registration Act unit.



“ What's going to happen to women who own small businesses and are threatened due to wrongthink?”

Nothing, I hope!


Are we on reruns chertoff manafort and at least one of the burisma board were working for firtaah

fdcol63 🇺🇸

Everyday I wake up and wonder what tragic absurdity must we endure today?


Carrying over




She seems sane still.

fdcol63 🇺🇸

But the Left assured us that we could trust our children with these freaks:



Just the most insane acenarios and statements are oassed off.


Putting everyone in the same boat, all at the same time. Almost two by two even...


No those were washed in the flood i thonk

fdcol63 🇺🇸

Sad, but true:



"That Bryant girl was an honor student at Kermit Gosnell Magnet School."

I didn't know there any graduates.


I think that was tongue in cheek, there was another pic witj the dog from the sidem


Dog from the side.



"It's now easier to find women-led businesses near you Search for women-led businesses in your community Oh, fuck off.”

The indoctrination is everywhere. It is disheartening.


The problem with thr shells is they are full of prolefeed and party propaganda



Yes the bloodlust is not accidental.



Join the Returned & League of Australia, Washington Sub-branch, at 9:00 AM on Sunday, April 25th at the new National World War I Memorial, 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC, for the ANZAC Day Memorial Service.

NPS Covid requirements are that everyone wear a mask where social distancing is not possible. Additionally, speakers can remove their masks while making their presentation.

Location - At this stage, the location of the service at the memorial, will be the small square to the east of the Scrim pool. - https://firstcolors.worldwar1centennial.org/explore/

There is no seating, but there are many steps around the memorial that can double as seats.
Parking – There is no reserved parking.

I look forward to seeing you at the World War I Memorial.

What is ANZAC Day - Each year on the 25th of April, Australians and New Zealanders come together to commemorate Anzac Day. This date marks the anniversary of the dawn landings by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, known as the ‘Anzacs’, on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey during the first world war. For nine months following the landings, the Anzacs fought with courage and at great human cost. While their military campaign ultimately failed, the Anzac’s service and sacrifice became and remains an enduring feature of the national identities of Australia and New Zealand. The anniversary of the Gallipoli landings is an occasion when Australians and New Zealanders around the world pause to reflect and honor the Anzacs and all other Australians and New Zealanders that have since made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their nation. * https://usa.embassy.gov.au/events/anzac-day-2021


If they had suceeded how would they have changwd the outcome if the war



Take heart, Davod! The world may be a mess, but in my small world we are all getting through the day. Every day I speak with customers who agree with me that the mask mandates must end with vaccinations. I saw a young father bring his two beautiful children in - without masks! - and it was so nice to see their sweet faces! They asked for lollipops. That was sad as we have not (regularly) given out treats to customers, except for dogs. My SIL promised the kids that we would have lollipops the next time. She is sweet. And we will if only to give the kids hope!


Yes there is a resistance even in blue massachussetts supposedly red alaska gives us the morlock (or gargoyle senator)


More than you think in my part of Mass. I’m out. Off to my music part of the night! 🙏🏻




I was in DC yesterday to see whether we could hold a service at the new WWI Memorial. On the way back, we stopped off at the Elephant and Castle - 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, for lunch. I had never been there before. What a gem.

Among other things, the menu had pies, sausage rolls, fish and chips, and fish buttys. I can recommend the fish and chips. The batter was great.



PS. The serving of fish and chips was so large, it lasted for another two meals at home.


CGGirl. Thanks for cheering me up.


That looks like a great menu.

jim nj


All homeless people on Los Angeles' Skid Row must be offered housing by the fall, judge orders

I'm of two minds on this this. First, I don't think that housing is a human right. Second, having been homeless and resurrected by a well-run homeless shelter with rules, I can't imagine why LA hasn't already developed a realistic program for dealing with the homeless.

There is a reason a federal judge felt compelled to issue this order.

The obvious counter-argument to the judge's order is that LA does have a program and that these people just can't abide by the rules. LA can't make that argument.


I’m back. I was listening to music on Pandora. The California Honeydrops station. Their music is just fine, and they played Bill Withers’ music, which is great, and then Pandora throws in the insult. How many companies must I boycott? It’s so annoying.

Dave (in MA)

What insult?

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--The obvious counter-argument to the judge's order is that LA does have a program and that these people just can't abide by the rules. LA can't make that argument.--

The most obvious counter argument is "if you want to legislate take off your damn robe and run for office, ya dumb ass. If you want to be a judge, then stop legislating and start adjudicating."

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

-- Dave (in MA) | April 21, 2021 at 08:28 PM--

Snorfle, part deux.

matt - deplore me if you must

Carter has been in the middle of trying to find solutions to the homeless crisis for years. I know and respect him. He forced Orange County to confront some of its most disgraceful eyesores and find solutions.

I was in central LA yesterday at MacArthur Park getting a sandwich. They had chased the homeless out, but many were back again. it was a zoo.

I don't have the answers. I am trying to understand how the problem doesn't get pushed from town to town. The streets of LA are overrun and no one can tell me the why and how.

Carter laid down an edict. Maybe it will galvanize the politicians. But the essentials remain the same. Addiction and mental illness are at the top of the list of issues.

Get people into treatment and on their meds; break the addiction revolving door, and the problems will become manageable. Just my $0.02 from the front lines.


Maybe if villaraigosa and garcetti spent less money on supersonic trains

jim nj


I hear you, but I tend to think that there isn't a right to be homeless and be left alone about that. And that seems to be the LA gestalt.

There seems to be a thought that we are so liberal that we don't want to interfere with the right of people to be homeless.

Just like there is no right to be housed, there is no right to be homeless if it has an impact on others, even if it's only a perception of creating an unsafe environment for other people.

I suspect that the LA officials are so liberal that they won't use federal dollars available for the homeless because they come with conditions.

Like they can't be spent on non-citizens.


Dave, damned if I can remember. It was probs an ad on Pandora that set me off. Sorry no specifics. So far the music is great. So when I hear it again I will make sure to let you know! :-)

Now it’s night, night! (For real this time)

jim nj

"I don't have the answers. I am trying to understand how the problem doesn't get pushed from town to town. The streets of LA are overrun and no one can tell me the why and how." Matt

The now politically incorrect answer was for the police to drive them out of town. Literally, or via vigorous enforcement of vagrancy laws.

Can't have that now. And it shouldn't happen either. The homeless collect where they can best survive. Harassing them isn't useful or acceptable.

jim nj

The way the homeless shelter in Bergen County works is if you want a bed you have to go through an intake process.

If you're not a legal resident of the county you are ineligible. No illegal aliens. If you have a substance abuse problem you have to go to detox first. If you complete detox you get a bed on your release. That bed is contingent on continuing to attend detox daycare while you live at the shelter. You eat breakfast, get in the van to go to detox daycare and come back at the end of the day.

If you have psychiatric issues you get diverted to inpatient status and, when stabilized, you get a bed at the shelter provided that you continue with treatment, including any medication regime.

If neither of the above, they just try to figure out the best way to get you back to your life as quickly as possible.

Treatment for those that need it. A minor investment for those who can return to the taxpayer rolls.

jim nj


Covid-19 in India: Why second coronavirus wave is devastating

It's hard to imagine how the situation in India could differ so much from what we think has happened in China.

jim nj


A missile launched from Syria was fired into southern Israel early Thursday, setting off air raid sirens near the country’s top-secret nuclear reactor, the Israeli military said. In response, it said it attacked the missile launcher and air-defense systems in neighboring Syria.


Old Lurker

NYPost: "he US will likely reach a “tipping point” over the next few weeks when supply of the COVID-19 vaccine will outpace those willing to receive it, according to a report released this week. "

Perhaps if the Fauci Regime had not moved the goalposts suggesting even after being vaccinated lockdown rules and masks should continue, some of the public might not have concluded "what's the point?"

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