Saturday, December 18, 2021
To All :
Reminds me of the 'what if' show that got Judge Andrew Napolitano kicked off Fox some years ago.
I like playing my little 'what if' game:
* what if ThePandemic© is not the problem?
* what if no disease(s) could ever bring Western Civilization to a screeching halt?
* what if de-population is not a goal... or is merely a lingering side-effect?
* what if everything, every word, every diagram, every photograph is designed to mislead and obscure, to infect the viewer/listener with PANIC! and HATE!?
* what if the goal is chaos?
Does *somebody* we all know thrive in chaos, in darkness, in confusion?
How would more war benefit us?
I think it might feel good for a while, but that emotion would wear out its welcome quickly.
"Hang all BOLCHEVICS on my list!"... until the streets are stinking with rotted corpses.
Much is written by the anti-Trump hive about his peculiar physical appearance, his Tweets, his lovely wife.
Pro-Trump folk call this 'renting space in their brain'.
Along those lines...
I see no way for me to co-exist with evil.
Accordingly, I live as if evil cannot exist.
It certainly has no home in my heart.
It must be nice to be Liz Cheney these days. There she is sitting on the Jan. 6 committee with her fellow GOP turncoat, Adam “Crybaby” Kinzinger, surrounded by new Democrat friends who flatter her and pay her great respect.
The New York Times just delivered a glowing profile of the Trump-hating Wyoming congresswoman, claiming she has “emerged as a leader and central figure,” is “known for drilling down into the details of the assignment” and is “well-versed in the criminal code.”
Eric Swalwell quoted Cheney reverentially on CNN this week, too. Nancy Pelosi butters her up with saccharine praise for her “courage” and “patriotism.”
It’s fair to say that Pelosi has deputized Cheney to be the face of the select committee, which ostensibly is investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Adam “Steele Dossier” Schiff played a supporting role this week as Cheney read aloud text messages of former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows as a prelude to charging him with contempt of Congress.
More @ New York Post