Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Total War in Georgia



 10. "I will never be taken alive."
Judah P. Benjamin, Secretary of State, CSA
to Dr. Moses Hoge

In June 1863, Fitzgerald Ross, a British military man who was collecting information about the war in America, paid a visit to Richmond, Virginia, the capital city of the Confederacy. There he met with some high officials of the government, one of whom was Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin. Ross described their meeting his 1865 book A Visit to the Cities and Camps of the Confederate States:

We had a long, and, I need hardly say, a most interesting conversation. We talked about the war and the foreign prospects of the Confederacy, and the atrocities which the Yankees seem to delight in committing whenever they have a chance.

More @ The Abbeville Institute

71% Believe Antifa Is ‘Domestic Terrorist Group’ & More


Gee, the commie's PR teams aren't doing a very good job.............

A Harvard-Harris poll, which surveyed 1,778 registered voters from February 23-35, 2021, found 71 percent of respondents believe ANTIFA is a “domestic terrorist group.”

More @ Breitbart

Attorney Sidney Powell Responds to SCOTUS Decision on Election Fraud Cases: “It is an absolute tragedy for the Rule of Law, the future of what was a Republic, and all freedom-loving people around the world.”


“The Supreme Court’s failure to date to address the massive election fraud and multiple constitutional violations that wrought a coup of the presidency of the greatest country in world history completes the implosion of each of our three branches of government into the rubble of a sinkhole of corruption.”

The Supreme Court on March 1 formally rejected two of Sidney Powell’s lawsuits that challenged the results of the Nov. 3 election.

The Supreme Court didn’t offer any comment about dismissing the lawsuits. One lawsuit was filed in Wisconsin and the other in Arizona.

More @ Team Candace Owens

Kayleigh McEnany Lands a New Job


Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has joined the Fox News family.

Harris Faulkner informed viewers on Tuesday during an exclusive interview with McEnany on “The Faulkner Focus.”

More @ Team Candace Owens

Disgraceful lies that keep on giving

 Nancy Pelosi in mask with hands up

We are awash in so many media lies that I thought it might be useful to list a few for easy reference, in no particular order.

#1. The Capitol Hill riot on January 6 was an "armed insurrection" in which five people were killed, including a Capitol Hill officer hit by a fire extinguisher in the head.

Reality: The rioters had no firearms or even knives.  Two of the five died from a stroke and heart attack.  The officer, Brian Sicknick, was not hit by a fire extinguisher, did not die from "blunt trauma," and his death the next day was from "unknown causes," as the New York Times eventually admitted.

Of the two young women Trump supporters who died in the riot, one was shot by an unnamed police officer (the media are, to say the least, incurious) and the other may have had a medical emergency and was trampled.  The deaths, plus injuries to many officers, are tragic. But the media narrative is false: "Five killed in armed insurrection."

#2. Mr. Trump "incited" the riot.

More @ ONN

Eric Trump: “There’s A Very Good Chance We’ll All Be On Stage Again Soon”

Democrats Sound Alarm On Biden Immigration Plan: ‘Will Be Catastrophic For Our Party, For Our Country’

Top Democrat lawmakers are sounding the alarm over Democrat President Joe Biden’s immigration agenda, and some have essentially advocated for returning to the policies that President Donald Trump deployed to slow down the flow of illegal immigration into the U.S.

Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) warned “the Biden administration against easing up too much on unauthorized immigrants, citing their impact on his constituents, local hospitals and their potential to spread the coronavirus,” Axios reported. The report said that Cuellar sees that the pro-immigration agenda that far-left Democrats are pushing could blow up in the administration’s face.

More @ The Daily Wire

Amazon Quietly Bans Books Containing Undefined ‘Hate Speech’

 Via John

People stand in the lobby for Amazon offices in New York, N.Y., on Feb. 14, 2019. (Mark Lennihan/AP Photo)

Amazon has adopted a rule against books that contain anything the company labels as “hate speech.” It appears there was no announcement of the new rule. It was only noticed by media after the online retailer recently banned a book that criticizes transgender ideology.

It’s not clear what Amazon means by “hate speech” or even if it used that label to drop that particular book. In general parlance, Americans hold widely diverging views on what constitutes hate speech, a 2017 Cato poll found. Some tech platforms describe it as speech that disparages people based on characteristics such as race, gender, and sexual proclivities. But insider evidence indicates the companies aren’t clear on where to draw the lines, perpetually redraw them, and at least in some instances ignore violations when politically convenient.

More @ The Epoch Times

Cycles of History Ignored – “I was only following orders”

 Via Dan

 Dr. Dan Eichenbaum - Autumn PATCON 2012

Historians have incessantly warned us not to disregard the lessons of history lest we repeat failures that could have been avoided.  That indisputable admonition is commonly found in childhood parables, writings of scholars, clever sayings of gurus, and advice from our parents and elders.  Nevertheless, humanity has habitually and often flagrantly ignored the obvious realities of past misdeeds regardless of how costly or disastrous. 

A true retrospective examination of mankind’s past, however, teaches us a valuable lesson.  Not everyone disregards the past.  Evil never sleeps. 

More @ Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum