Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Mother Claims American Airlines Turned Around Flight, Kicked Them Out Because Her 2-Year-Old Asthmatic Son Could Not Keep His Mask On

American Airlines turned around a flight and reportedly kicked off a two-year-old asthmatic boy and his mother and grandmother because the child could not wear a face mask properly when he allegedly had an asthma attack.

Amanda Pendarvis, her two-year-old son Waylon, and her mother were allegedly kicked off AA Flight 1284 on Monday, because Waylon, who has asthma, was having an attack and could not maintain the mask on his face properly as a result. Pendarvis described it on Instagram as the “most humiliating/traumatizing experience,” because of the actions of the flight attendant, who she named Carl and described as “truly evil [and] power tripping.”

More @ RTM

Report: Mark Milley Told Military Officials Not to Take Orders After Capitol Riot & How Do You Spell Traitor.


A man with no honor any longer 


How do You Spell Traitor - Milley 

The Staff: To think this man belongs in the military command is joke. This clown listens to another nut job named Pelosi and believes she shows he must be removed. It is no wonder we are now seen as weak and ready to fall.  

Joint Chiefs Chairman Army Gen. Mark Milley single-handedly took top-secret action to preempt then-President Donald Trump from ordering a military strike or launching nuclear weapons, according to a new book.

According to Peril by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, Milley was worried that after the January 6 Capitol breach, Trump could “go rogue” and called a secret meeting on January 8 with senior military leaders.

During that meeting, Milley instructed senior military officials in charge of the National Military Command Center to not take orders from anyone unless he was involved, according to a write-up of the book by CNN.

More @ Breitbart

Actress Rose McGowan Endorses Larry Elder For CA Gov: "Put A Stake In the Heart Of Evil”


Republican candidate for California governor, Larry Elder, can add one more celebrity name to his list of supporters — Charmed actress and MeToo activist Rose McGowan.

As The Daily Wire previously reported, Elder has a few famous faces on his side as he heads into the state’s recall election on September 14, including Clint Eastwood and Chuck Norris. But most of the entertainment industry has aligned for the current governor, Gavin Newsom.

More @ The Daily Wire

The Numbers Are In: Polling On Vaccine Mandate Very Bad News For Biden

 Majority Think Joe Biden Covid 19 Vaccine Mandate Sets Bad Precedent

"The numbers are clear, the American people passionately oppose Biden’s vaccine mandate..."

The first polling data on President Joe Biden’s employer vaccine mandate were released Monday, and the findings bode incredibly poorly for POTUS.

The polling was conducted over the weekend by the Convention of States Action and The Trafalgar Group — one of the most accurate pollsters in 2016, 2018, and 2020 elections.

More @ The Daily Mail

Outrageous! Vietnam Vet Dead After Hospital Defied Judge’s Order, Refused To Treat Him With Ivermectin

 Via Reborn


A 74-year-old Vietnam veteran named Pete Lopez died of Covid-19 on Monday after a Houston, Texas hospital refused to treat him with ivermectin as prescribed by his doctor and ordered by a judge.

Lopez’s granddaughter Gabrielle Snider told Fox 26 Houston, “We are taking this time to grieve and process.”

After the war veteran went to a VA hospital, his doctor prescribed the Nobel Prize-winning drug Ivermectin, but Lopez was admitted to the hospital before he picked up his prescription.

While at Houston’s Memorial Hermann Hospital, Lopez was put on a ventilator on August 19th.

More @ Info Wars

Still Abandoning Americans That are Pleading for Help!

Via Peter Bui

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Lee Memorial Ode and The Fruits of Destruction

                                                             The Abbeville Institute

This piece was originally published in the Confederate Veteran, Vol. 22, Issue 2, 1914.

Replies to the inquiry about the lines, “He did not die that day in Lexington; Fame came herself to hold his stirrup while he mounted,” place them as a part of the beautiful “Memorial Ode” by James Barron Hope, written for the laying of the corner stone of the monument to General Lee in Richmond, Va., in October, 1887. The gentle poet did not live to take part in the ceremony, his spirit having winged its flight just a few weeks before, and his poem was read on the occasion by Capt William Gordon MeCabe. The stanzas here given are selected as especially appropriate for publication at this time, the complete poem being too long for reproduction.

“And hence to-day, my countrymen,
We come with undimmed eyes,
In homage of the hero Lee,
The good, the great, the wise!
And at his name our hearts will leap
Till his last old soldier dies.

Ask me, if so you please, to paint
Storm winds upon the sea;
Tell me to weigh great Cheops,
Set volcanic forces free;
But bid me not, my countrymen,
To picture Robert Lee!

His was all the Norman’s polish
And sobriety of grace,
All the Goth’s majestic figure,
All the Roman’s noble face;
And he stood the tall exemplar
Of a grand historic race.

Baronial were his acres where
Potomac’s waters run;
High his lineage, and his blazon
Was by cunning heralds done;
But better still he might have said
Of his ‘works’ he was the ‘son.’

Truth walked beside him always,
From his childhood’s early years;
Honor followed as his shadow,
Valor lightened all his cares;
And he rode, that grand Virginian,
Last of all the Cavaliers!

As a soldier we all knew him
Great in action and repose,
Saw how his genius kindled
And his mighty spirit rose
When the four quarters of the globe
Encompassed him with foes.

But he and his grew braver
As the dangers grew more rife;
Avaricious they of glory
And most prodigal of life;
And the Army of Virginia
Was the atlas of the strife.

Then came the end, my countrymen;
The last thunderbolts were hurled.
Worn out by his own victories,
His battle flags were furled,
And a history was finished
That has changed the modern world.

As some saint in the arena
Of a bloody Roman game,
As the prize of his endeavor,
Put on an immortal frame,
Through long agonies our soldier
Won the crown of martial fame.

But there came a greater glory
To that man supremely great
When his just sword he laid aside
In peace to serve his State,
For in his classic solitude
He rose up and mastered fate.

He triumphed, and he did not die!
No funeral bells are tolled;
But on that day in Lexington
Fame came herself to hold
His stirrup while he mounted
To ride down the streets of gold.

He is not dead! There is no death!
He only went before
His journey on when Christ the Lord
Wide open held the door.
And a calm, celestial peace is his,
Thank God, for evermore.

And here to-day, my countrymen,
I tell you Lee shall ride
With that great Rebel down the years—
Twin Rebels side by side!
And confronting such a vision,
All our grief gives way to pride.

Those two shall ride immortal,
And shall ride abreast of Time,
Shall light up stately history
And blaze in epic rhyme—
Both patriots, both Virginians true,
Both Rebels, both sublime!

Our past is full of glories;
It is a shut-in sea.
The pillars overlooking it
Are Washington and Lee;
And a future spreads before us
Not unworthy of the free.

James Barron Hope (1829-1887) was a poet, lawyer, and journalist who served in the Confederate War Department. He was honored with providing the dedication poems for numerous monuments across the South, both before and after the War.