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Only a few years ago, the nation seemed sturdy enough that its very existence would not be called to question. Now, not so much. In 2016, the elite, blue, coastal oligarchy was too smugly self-satisfied with its correctness-in-all-things — especially its right to power — to bother rigging the election beyond the usual urban ward-level hijinks in the usual places. But then, Hillary lost to Mr. Trump via the inside straight of his bagging the swing states electoral votes without winning the national popular vote.

They sure weren’t going to let that happen again, and thus the weird spectacle this time of wee hour vote-tallying suspensions followed by improbable ballot pump-and-dumps in favor of Ol’ White Joe Biden, the most inert, empty, uncharismatic presidential candidate ever conjured by any conclave of scheming cabalists in US history. (Next to Joe Biden, Warren G. Harding was an American Augustus.) And so, the 2020 vote was rigged to the rafters, just to make sure that the outcome this time would bend towards the Democrats’ beloved arc of justice.

The legal battle over that brazen theft has incited some exciting fightin’ phrases, mostly coming from freelance attorney Sidney Powell, an informal adjunct to the president’s official lawyers, Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani. Miz Powell has promised to “release the kraken” and “blow up Georgia” in a “Biblical” firestorm of fatal writs, “fixing to overturn the results of this election” — leaving us early this week in the spooky eye of post-election sturm-and-drang, with the real action yet to come.

The president and the RNC lost a bunch of state court cases the past week and, naturally, that discouraged the pro-Trump troops across “red” America — which is mostly everything between Hackensack and Fresno. But these weak pleadings might have been designed to simply speed the process through the states so as to get the main arguments before the US Supreme Court, namely, that the foreign-owned Dominion vote tabulation company was pre-programmed to overcome any Trump lead; that the Dominion software was originally created to queer elections and indeed used many times to do just that in foreign lands; and that US election officials with their poll-worker grunts in select states connived to cover the fraud with as many unverifiable write-in votes as the job required. And then, evidence-as-proof!

If the SCOTUS agrees to hear the case — a big “if” — they may be extremely reluctant to rule affirmatively because 1) they’ll be venturing into a poorly-mapped constitutional frontier, and 2) the recent confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, installing a conservative super-majority on the court, will look as much like a setup to the blue staters as the Dominion vote fraud looks like a setup to the reds. But then, if the case is strong enough, SCOTUS does have the legal prerogative to de-certify state elections, sinking both candidates below the 270 electoral vote mark and rolling the giant, reeking hairball into the House of Representatives where Mr. Trump would enjoy a distinct advantage. Cue Antifa and BLM….

It’s not known exactly what further evidence Miz Powell and the president’s lawyers will bring to the SCOTUS — beyond what has already surfaced on the Internet, which is pretty eyebrow-raising. The news media has made a big show of calling for it, and caviling loudly when the lawyers say they’re holding back until the court is ready to entertain the case. It’s hard to imagine that Miz Powell and Mr. Giuliani would sacrifice their reputations on some kind of bluff. Anyway, what’s to bluff in this game? I don’t believe this trio would bring a wiffle bat to a gunfight.

One result of these final innings in the contest will be the delegitimizing of Ol’ White Joe Biden as president, should his forces finally prevail. Half of America will not only refuse to buy it, but it will incite a counter-resistance on the right as determined as Hillary’s pussyhat brigades and bureaucrat activists of the post-2016 era, and possibly more bloodthirsty, especially if the left makes a move to confiscate guns. The prospect of Joe Biden functioning as president is a joke, anyway. Have you forgotten his non-campaign campaign? The empty parking lots with the white circles? The pitiful gaffes? And lurking in this fog of war is all that odious monkey business selling influence abroad involving crack-head son Hunter and the rest of the Biden family. Think that’s going away?

What you’d actually get with a Biden “victory” is a Deep State junta of malicious, coercive, and vengeance-crazed characters such as John Brennan, Andrew Weissmann, Nancy Pelosi, Susan Rice, and Adam Schiff, with Barack Obama hovering somewhere backstage, commanding this-and-that — even if President Ol’ White Joe is shoved aside on account of mental incompetence, leaving Kamala Harris in the Oval Office to giggle through the next four years while she orchestrates junior-high-school style mean girl campaigns against the enemies of Wokesterism. The DC “blob” has demonstrated that it doesn’t need no steenkin’ president to work its wicked will.

Meanwhile, have a lovely Home Alone Thanksgiving, if you are dutifully following the orders of Governors Cuomo, Pritzker, Whitmer, Murphy, and Newsom. We’ll dare to have seven at the table here, and therefore not have to eat some reincarnation of turkey for three weeks afterward. As a holiday bonus, I leave you with a little burlesque submitted by a reader wishing to remain anonymous for your amusement, as follows….


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692 Responses to “Talkin’ Turkey”

  1. Lawfish November 23, 2020 at 10:03 am #

    What a brilliant strategy for putting a black woman in the White House. Run her as VP for a guy we all know will be in the final stages of dementia within months. At that point, Repubs would not dare invoke the 25th Amendment. But the Dems would not hesitate to invoke it, thus elevating Kamala to the presidency.

    • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:05 am #

      I wonder if the Democrats wouldn’t suddenly discover that Kamala’s anchor baby status disqualifies her. Then what?

      • sophia November 23, 2020 at 12:50 pm #

        How does it matter if she is an anchor baby? Citizenship is citizenship?

        • messianicdruid November 23, 2020 at 2:13 pm #

          You do not have to be a citizen to be the head of a corporation.

    • Pete November 23, 2020 at 10:17 am #

      “Brilliant” isn’t quite the word I’d use. I just can’t find the word that describes deviant ingenuity the way I think it applies here.

      The baby is clearly out with the bathwater.

      • Paul November 28, 2020 at 7:54 pm #

        “low cunning”?

    • hardykiwi November 23, 2020 at 2:09 pm #

      Jim, I have been reading your work for the last 18 years, met you personally. I first encountered you in The End of Suburbia, a film that inspired me and my wife to move to the country and practice permaculture. So please understand that I’m a long time reader of your books and your blog.

      I am politically independent and have witnessed horrified, the devolution of the American political landscape. Much as Nixon started the War on Drugs and successfully disenfranchised countless minority voters thus empowering the Republican Party, I believe the “Conspiracy” vote has been successfully brought into the Republican tent. Evangelical support has mixed with the likes of Pizzagate believers. A cunning and dangerous trick really. Alex Jones regularly has Republican congressmen and senators call into his show, and professes his faith in God in between the latest updates on the activities of baby rapists.

      I am under no illusions that the Democrats are a wonderful choice.
      But I have to wonder if you aren’t all being played for fools and if you, Jim, are trying to gin up readership the same way Jim Bakker sells his prepper buckets?

      • benr November 23, 2020 at 2:56 pm #

        The return of ghoul 15.0.

        • hardykiwi November 23, 2020 at 3:12 pm #

          You think I’m a troll, how original. I throw a little water on your party and that’s the best you come up with?

          The democrats can make a man dry heave and just the thought, but you want to throw your hat in the ring with Giuliani and now Dershowitz?! Jeesh!

          Giuliano’s making 20k a day with his dog and pony show. This might be his last ride on the gravy train. Looked like the gravy was oozing down his sideburns.

          Also, just throwing this one out there:) if the deep state Dems are so cunning, why did they lose all those House/Seante seats?

          • Pete November 23, 2020 at 3:44 pm #

            Because when the numbers turned on them, they panicked, and forgot to fill in the under ballot. They didn’t have time to fake the under ballot such that it wouldn’t follow the same, statistically, significant aberration that we see in Biden’s trendline.

            Rudy Giuliani is not a slick front man. He’s a pit bull. His career against organized crime speaks for itself, and his accomplishment of cleaning up New York City speaks for itself as well.

            Hardy, it’s a tough road to hoe being red pilled, but these days accepting the democrat’s narrative is far more difficult than believing the wacky things they’re accused of.

            I was a Democrat, I voted for Clinton, I voted against Bush, I voted for Obama. I will NEVER vote for a Democrat again. Nobody is pulling the wool over my eyes.

          • Q. Shtik November 23, 2020 at 6:23 pm #

            all those House/Seante seats?


            It’s amazing how many commenters on this blog suffer with dyslexia. It must be a very common affliction.

          • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 8:29 pm #

            While everyone is coming up with fantastical election stories, I may as well chime in with one too, on the possible reason Biden got lots of votes without down-ballot votes being marked.

            There was a concerted effort to ‘get out the vote’ and the MAJOR motivation for many of those first-time voters was to see Mr. Trump kicked out on his ass. That was the only vote they showed up to give and, not surprisingly, they had no interest in who the city dog catcher was going to be for the next 2 years.

          • noel bodie November 24, 2020 at 12:30 pm #

            I am with you, Hardy. I now read this to find out what the crazies are thinking.

          • Ishabaka November 26, 2020 at 5:44 am #

            I’ll say this again – I think the best thing Joe Biden could do now is say “Look, I want to make sure I was elected fairly and squarely. I support an independent investigation of the elections in all contested areas. If they show cheating, let’s get to the bottom of it. If they don’t, I’m your new President”. Who could dispute that?

        • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:25 pm #


          I also enjoy watching how each new version tries a different approach.

          • hardykiwi November 23, 2020 at 3:35 pm #

            I’m a professional troll, employee of lettered agencies or the DNC or AOC or maybe CSIS( the Canadian Spooks!). Actually I’m just a devout fan of SCTV. I’d work for Johnny Larue or Guy Cabellero if I could!

            When Jim Bakker tells you who to cast your vote for you do it!
            No wait. When Jim Kunstler tells you who to cast your vote for….

          • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 4:06 pm #

            The mask has dropped again.

            The key to swaying opinion is to be consistent.

            Keep that in mind when you return with your next handle.

      • VCS November 23, 2020 at 3:06 pm #

        I’m also a long-term reader who quit in disgust for the same reasons a few years ago. Now check in maybe twice a year. Still waiting for the old Jim — disappointing —

        • Kellyfrombayfield November 23, 2020 at 3:49 pm #

          and yet here you are….. I guess this must be your second time this year. You must have put your disgust and disappointment on hold long enough to take a peak.
          See ya again in 2021.

        • Iananna November 23, 2020 at 5:08 pm #

          Me three. It’s been harrowing watching the decline of a once bright & original mind into the nonsense of the last year or so.
          At least the podcasts are still sane though #336 was really pushing the ordure uphill.
          Get well soon JHK, hope the brain damage clears up.

          • kendar667 November 23, 2020 at 6:12 pm #

            I have always appreciated and admired Jim’s posts and they just keep getting better. His writing has never been sharper, with great insights, a writing flair that somehow captures the essence but also the nuance, and even some provocative hypotheticals. Besides, nobody can turn a phrase like Jim! What’s not to love?

            BTW, I have followed Jim’s stuff for many years so it didn’t bother me that he was originally very critical of the Golden Golem of Greatness, and is now at the place where the alternative is much, much darker.

      • Pete November 23, 2020 at 3:29 pm #


        Can you really look at our collective experience of the past four years and conclude that the Democrats have been ‘wonderful?’

        Do you really believe that the FBI’s persecution of General Flynn was on the up and up?

        Do your actually believe the Steele Dossier?

        Do you believe the 2016 Trump Campaign colluded with the Russians?

        Do you believe Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler and Chuck Schumer?

        Do you believe the impeachment was NOT politically motivated?

        Do you believe Joe Biden has NOT participated in pay to play type influence peddling via his son Hunter.

        Do you really believe Donald Trump is both an evil genius paying off his own debt using his position as POTUS, and an incompetent boob destroying our nation?

        Do you deny that the association between Epstein and Clinton?

        Please comment.

        • hardykiwi November 23, 2020 at 3:48 pm #

          What I said if you go back and look was, “ I’m under no illusions that the Democrats are a wonderful choice.”

          I am an Independent politically. All I’m saying is the many people have been fooled into thinking the Republicans have their interests in mind when they are just as bad as the Democrats. People seem to love a good pissing match, but would be better served planning their gardens etc…

          • bluedog November 23, 2020 at 4:23 pm #

            LOL and the games begin I wonder what we are little missing under the cover of “who won it” but I’m sure we will find out in due time much to our dismay.!!!!

          • Pete November 23, 2020 at 4:41 pm #

            Yeah, I see how I missed your sentiment in that sentence. Apologies.

            I have vacillated between, “they’re all crooks,” and “the other guys are crooks,” for several years now. This go round, however, it doesn’t matter. Like 2016, I’m looking at the where the democrats where they want to take our country and conclude that I cannot go there. I will not go there. I’ll spare you the usual vitriol, I’m fatigued of it lately.

            Garden’s in.

          • Iananna November 23, 2020 at 5:12 pm #

            The unfolding list of nominations from SlowJoe for important posts is becoming a sickening rerun of all the worst from what would have been Killary’s government.
            Hoodathunk that by mid 2021 we’d be longing for the peace & tranquility of the Lord of Misrule 45?

          • Pete November 25, 2020 at 12:55 pm #

            Interview Lin Wood – EXPLOSIVE

          • Yohannon November 26, 2020 at 12:58 pm #

            That’s right LaLa. You held your wrists out for the manacles. Nice goin’, sport.

      • drewkeeling November 23, 2020 at 8:32 pm #

        @ HardyKiwi

        Here is an attempt at a theoretical answer to your questions:

        Times have changed since Geography of Nowhere, End of Suburbia and Long Emergency.

        In Olden Times, there were bookstores, and the writers of their books could almost make a living at it, if they had enough readers, and readership could be encouraged by speaking tours, book tours, etc.

        Under the Too Much Magic that has since evolved into “surveillance capitalism,” that business model has largely shifted to the internet, where soundbites count for more than inspired prose, extended stories, or well-developed concepts, And for those desiring something beyond the stunted English of social media, the preferred digital medium is the blog.

        Oversimplifying, the blogosphere (or at least portions of it potentially interested in reading “Clusterfuck Nation”) can be divided into (a) Wokesters, (b) Do-it-Yourself Conspiracy Theorists, and (c) All Others.

        Group (c) is the largest but the least consistent in terms of spending money, donating money or regularity of viewings. A better payoff comes from catering such a blog towards either (a) or (b) [but not both because that would turn off too many of both}.

        In Olden Times, when wokesterism was not yet a full fledged cult, one could successfully lean towards it while still saying things like:

        “The usual yin-yang consensus has solidified in congress along
        party lines, both equally idiotic…

        Especially if tempered by things like:

        “Mr. Obama is not dim. The euphoria that attended his election was largely about acquiring a leader of first-rate intelligence and sensibility, compared to his lamentable predecessor…I believe this basically honest and intelligent president will have to take on the role of the nation’s hand-holding camp counselor or school teacher. When the time comes that he assumes this role, I think he’ll do it pretty well, even though great pain and misery will be abroad in this land.”

        Both above quoted passages are from Clusterfuck Nation, February 19, 2009, a transition period between Olden Times and Now.

        Until about then, or few years after then, the orientation of Clusterfuck Nation was still more towards (a) Wokesterism.
        For the last couple of years the orientation has been more towards
        (b) Do-it-Yourself Conspiracy Theorizing.
        Category (c), “All others,” has gotten some attention all along, but gets less now than in Olden Times.

        But nothing is forever. What comes next is hard to predict, but I am inclined to believe Long Emergency, for example, will have long term traction under any of the above: (a), (b) or (c) [e.g. neither (a) nor (b)]

        Furthermore, new categories probably have more long term potential than either (a) or (b). Such categories are surely less ephemeral than the proverbial weather in the Rocky Mountains of Canada: “If you don’t like it, wait a few moments.” Yet, beneath the surface gridlock, the American (and global) political and cultural landscape is in flux. Longer term, wokesterism and conspiracy theorizing both rely overly on “something for nothing-ism.” That reliance can lead to failure or disillusionment which, in turn, can produce new opportunities.

        • drewkeeling November 23, 2020 at 8:35 pm #

          February 16 (not 19), 2009
          e.g. here:

        • MoleMan November 25, 2020 at 10:54 pm #

          @ drewkeeling

          I think your approach here is interesting and quite likely accurate. One generalization that could be applied in the a, b, c, scenario you note is that there is no more room for middle ground and compromise. Only machismo presented as strength (or the version of wokester surety as machismo). And that this new-ish reality fulfills Neil Postman’s prescience in noting that (essentially from the first televised debates–JFK/Nixon–forward) American political life is now dominated by entertainment above content, by camera angle and jump cut, by veteran news source (“lame stream”) and “independent” Youtube journalist (who has an interesting list of sponsors hidden in the fine print), and the majority of us will become polarized members of an Idiocracy (Amusing Ourselves to Death).

          I feel that in JHK’s specific instance, he’s a blend. Part savvy marketing to the “b” category now, and part shift in personal ideology. In a recent reply to a critic on the blog, he wrote: “I am against wokesterism and the deep state.” Well, as the late-great Bill Hicks noted in his standup, the marketing execs are fantastically limber in absorbing any kind of attribute/stance and “hyphenating” them, grouping them, packaging them for easy consumption. The “against wokesterism-deep state” combo is a hot market right now, just as much as wokesterism is. I doubt that trends will shift very soon, so I don’t see JHK changing course either. Especially because conspiracy theories (which he has embraced fully now) are never “proven” false in their circular logic (if no evidence emerges, that’s because the conspirators are so damn pernicious and good).

          Following your lead, here’s a past quote (from 2010) on the blog’s “A Party of Cruelty” post:

          “It was amusing to see the Republican party inveigh against health insurance reform as if they were a synod of Presbyterian necromancers girding the nation for a takeover by the spawn of hell. This was the same gang, by the way, who championed the Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003, then regarded as the most reckless giveaway of public funds in human history. Along the way, they enlisted an army of nay-sayers representing everything dark, disgraceful, and ignorant in the American character. If the Republicans keep going this way, they’ll end up with something worse than Naziism: a party that hates everything but believes in absolutely nothing.”
          “At least this once a workable majority in the government has stood up to the forces of cruelty and injustice, and whatever else happens to us in the course of this long emergency, it will be a good thing if the party of fairness and justice identifies its adversaries for what they are: not “partners in governing,” or any such academical-therapeutic bullshit, but enemies of every generous impulse in the national character.
          I hope that Mr. Obama’s party can carry this message clearly into the electoral battles ahead, painting the Republican opposition for what it is: a gang of hypocritical, pietistic sadists, seeking pleasure in the suffering of others while pretending to be Christians, devoid of sympathy, empathy, or any inclination to simple human kindness, constant breakers of the Golden Rule, enemies of the common good. In fact, the current edition of the Republican party has achieved something really memorable in the annals of collective bad intentions: they have managed to create a sense of the public interest whose main goal is the destruction of the public interest.”

          That’s the JHK in his wokester phase (as you would have it), but I’d like to note that the Republican Party of 2010 and the Republican Party today may have some differences (ahem, the rise of hollow showmen like Matt Gaetz in the shadow of the Don, a perfectly opposite corollary to AOC), but not enough for JHK to be able to disavow what he wrote above and still maintain honesty and integrity in regard to what he posts these days. Especially given that his (in my mind) accurate depiction of “hypocritical Christianity” is now a massive portion of…the Golden Golem’s base. Check out the evangelical roots of QAnon as a first step. Never mind that the Golden Golem breaks the Golden Rule with every breath (an attribute he is praised for by his base because it is so refreshingly “honest”).
          That kind of ideological swing (in JHK) produces severe distrust in a reader like me. It’s suspicious to say the least. If anything, it points to an ideological mercurialness that signals that bathos is winning out over ethos. Or bitcoin vs. a well bucket. Or astroturf vs. winter rye. Or, just a plain old bad-faith argument/position.

          Bottom line: it’s a lonely time for middle-grounders, and the accelerant features of digital technology and social media are only going to make that worse. If @MrMango…wants to mock the even-keeled nostalgia, so be it. There’s some truth to the “nothing new under the sun” approach. But there is also truth to the fear that hyper-polarization (often achieved by exaggerating the differences of view) will bring about a new reality that is actually novel and detrimental.

          Like other critics have noted above (and been chastised or too-easily labelled “trolls”), I check in on this site anthropologically. I still have a curiosity for viewpoints outside my own (kind of a morbid curiosity at this point, perhaps). I’m a community college teacher in the South. I teach wokesters, Trumpsters, and in-betweeners. They all irritate me and inspire me in different ways. I wonder how many of the usual suspects on this blog have any real experience with this diversity. Not mediated, manicured exposure to the diversity, but actual interactions and discussions. I’m still holding fast to my ideology: provocation and put-downs–whether from the wokester or Trumpster pole–only hastens the demise; listening, hearing, and carefully injecting complexity into what my students present to me has always led to a richer dialogue. Or hell, any kind of dialogue at all…

          This blogosphere is quite a place. I truly hope it implodes one day soon and people are forced to look each other in the eyes again in real time.

          • Ishabaka November 26, 2020 at 5:58 am #

            Well, you lost me with this post. Anyone who feels 1/2 of the American voters are Nazis is not thinking rationally. Similarly, anyone who thinks 1/2 of the American voters are Communists/Socialists is not thinking rationally.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 24, 2020 at 2:17 pm #

        And who would you have all of us (who are apparently being “played for fools”) vote for? We have two choices. Always. Even the crackpots have gotta vote for someone.

        Democrats were voting for Jim Crow laws not 60 years ago. Everyone was 100 years ago. And you think things have devolved so much. Always been a crazy game, always will be. Please spare us your “even-keeled” approach to what’s wrong with everyone other than you.

        • hardykiwi November 25, 2020 at 1:57 pm #

          You’re right. Genovese or Gambino family. Never ever Genovese! Always Gambino every time.

    • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 8:29 pm #

      Here is President-elect “get your fucking mask on and don’t sing!” Biden partying with his supporters:


      No need to social distance since Biden is the hair-sniffer elect.

      • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 8:30 pm #

        Joe’s Birthday was November 20th.

      • MoleMan November 25, 2020 at 5:55 pm #

        Dear Abby,

        Dig a little deeper. The video is from 2019 before the pandemic hit. I know it’s hard to doubt the veracity of a claim retweeted by none other than a bastion of integrity like Jim Jordan, but…
        This is the same kind of pernicious disinformation that I’ve corrected in other heavy-hitters on this site…like evidence of fraud video (live vote switch on cnn) that turned out to be…another 2019 video of the Beshears race. How gullible and lazy can we Americans get? As an educator, I’ll tell you…it gets way worse.
        Last week, JHK says “beware miz Powell.” This week? She’s out on her ass, booted even by the misinformation chief Don for being too fringe and lacking evidence. My patience runs thinner than “Rudolph” Giuliani’s hair dye.

  2. Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:04 am #

    That Thanksgiving humor would be funny, except that it’s not funny.

    • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 10:59 am #

      The problem is reality has caught up with parody. Nothing is too extreme for the ruling Bolsheviks to impose on us. When caught breaking their own rules, they just laugh it off. Welcome to New Amerika, the corrupt, cynical, oppressive banana republic.

      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 8:30 pm #

        What’s so “New” about it, hmuller?

    • elysianfield November 23, 2020 at 11:47 am #

      “That Thanksgiving humor would be funny, except that it’s not funny.”


      Well, if not funny then certainly clever….

      • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 12:06 pm #

        Yes, it is that.

      • eatabanker November 23, 2020 at 2:34 pm #

        It is a parody of central planning.

  3. shotho November 23, 2020 at 10:04 am #

    This is all pretty much a fantasy, as much as I hate to say it. Unless he has a severe decline in cognitive functioning in the next four years, Biden will be president. I imagine he will be more active in governing than is commonly believed. His problem is within the Democrat Party itself, between the growing left wing and what’s left of the establishment wing. He will have to try to satisfy the leftists, even though that’s not his inclination, without seeming to share their ideology. And he will have to contend with a collapsing economy that might render the Democrats moot for several electoral cycles, if there are anymore. I suspect that Trumpism is a passing fancy that the Republicans will try to erase as much as possible.

    • DrTomSchmidt November 23, 2020 at 10:09 am #

      He looked pretty competent at the first debate. He is definitely declining, but then as JHK says, the President is just a figurehead for the Deep State.

      Better people should have focused their faith on God than believe the myth of the omnipotent POTUS.

      • shotho November 23, 2020 at 10:30 am #

        Yes, Dr Tom, this is all a passing fancy. We are now as captured by the idea of an imperial presidency as the Romans were by their princeps and we are experiencing their same fate, accelerated by modern technology.

        • DrTomSchmidt November 23, 2020 at 2:20 pm #

          But given the greater complexity of modern civilization, there won’t be 1000 years of strip-mining imperial marble to make cement, like with Rome.

          I think it becomes obvious: we missed the chance to glide down to a less-resource-intensive life. Now comes the 622-800AD collapse (when the memory of what was lost is lost) in hyperdrive. Maybe Japan and China remain as a sort of Constantinople to re-seed he world in the future.

        • messianicdruid November 23, 2020 at 2:20 pm #

          We do not need another president [ one who presides in the office of another ] we need the King.

          I’m not referring to Elvis.

    • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 10:20 am #

      Trumpism was never a fancy of the Republicans. He ran against them. The two are distinct.

      Don’t fool yourself, Trumpism will not be erased.

      Res publica lives.

      • 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 10:56 am #

        Absolutely. The Democrats totally abandoned the lower middle-class and working-class somewhere in the Clinton terms. The GOP began a turn towards them with their courting of evangelicals under GW and the neocons. Not directly, but by virtue of a large segment of christians and evangelicals being working class flyover-land constituents.
        Trump, albeit a naive, but sincere America-firster, began a rapprochement with these ignored classes along mostly shared ideals: less wasteful wars, more investment in, or better deals for, America; less control of entrenched bureaucracy in American affairs.

        The added benefit was witnessing a man both enamored with, and built by, the infotainment media come to realize how truly corrupt and dishonest it is.

      • cbeard November 23, 2020 at 12:26 pm #

        Trumpism won’t go quietly. It will live on, maybe a better word would be populism, or nationalism. Either way, the cat is out of the bag.

        • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 1:15 pm #

          Former Secretary of State, Senator and candidate for President John Kerry (step-father to one of Hunter’s criminal fraud/corruption buddies) has come out and said populism/nationalism must be defeated and that The Great Reset (New World Order) will be a glorious time!

          If I were a journalist I would dog Hillary and Raum and Biden and Harris and Brennan and Comey etc. and find out from each and every one if they know about The Great Reset and do they support the United States cooperating with that agenda and relinquishing The Constitution they have all taken an oath to “preserve, protect and defend” including the 1st and 2nd Amendments.

          Too bad there are no “journalists” to ask the question.

        • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 11:56 pm #

          Yes cbeard, Trumpism better defined as populism or nationalism, will live on here – America first. Res publica lives.

          We’re left with dueling ideologies Populism vs. Marxism, not only in America, but globally.

          Populists/Nationalists – Trump in America, Orban in Hungary, Bolsonaro in Brazil, Le Pen in France, Farage in UK, few others.

          Marxists/Socialists – Non-Trump in America, Trudeau in Canada, Macron in France, Merkel in Germany, many others.

      • bluedog November 23, 2020 at 4:28 pm #

        Down the road when Trump is mentioned they will connect it to Trump towers but not the man, those that voted Trump the first time around who were voting against Clinton turned around and voted the opposite way this time.!!!

        • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 11:42 pm #

          Time to clean out the crack pipe.

    • Jigplate November 23, 2020 at 12:42 pm #

      “This is all pretty much a fantasy, as much as I hate to say it. Unless he has a severe decline in cognitive functioning in the next four years, Biden will be president. ” sometime in late 2021 or early 2022 the New york times et al will get their marching orders from the DNC, and start talking in hushed, reverent tones about the tragedy of Biden’s decline. Shortly thereafter, he’ll get the message and resign “for the good of the nation” so noble. Meanwhile, the Russian collusion coup, and Joe’s conniving corruption will disappear down the ministry of truth’s memory hole.

    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 7:27 pm #

      Disagree with you. After the exposure of the last three years of Deep State malfeasance, the new GOP will embrace Trump populism and discard Mittens, Kasich and the rest of the Deep State lackeys. Neither side wants to embrace a traitor, the Lincoln crowd are history.

  4. Rodster November 23, 2020 at 10:07 am #

    As I’ve stated before, get used to Joe Biden as the next POTUS. The “Great Reset” trumps Trump. Trump did not drain the Swamp and the Swamp won. And they say your vote matters, LMAO

    At least it will be pure comedy every time Biden opens his mouth. Either way the United States of Socialist America was finished long before the oligarchs fixed the election in favor of Joe Biden.

    Now the Chinese will be the next world superpower until oil doesn’t meet their demands for growth. Oil will have the final say in China’s future.

    • DrTomSchmidt November 23, 2020 at 10:11 am #

      We haven’t turned up the next exponential bonanza to underwrite the exponential tax on the economy that is usurious interest. Oil worked well for a long while. I wonder if NatGas can do that? Solar and wind are improving, but not enough to bail out the debt load.

      No President can defeat that.

      • EnterpriseSpaceship November 24, 2020 at 3:20 am #

        No human can defeat the laws of Physics;

        China cannot power itself to the status of a super power even with the billions of tonnes of its own national coal alone, unless all the oil exported from Saudi Arabia and Russia combined is kept pouring into China on 24/7 – day in day out – and this is not sustainable.

        The US has become a super power last century because of its own oil, coal and gas – extracted side by side, topped up with supplies from Canada, Mexico, and in the last few decades imports from overseas.

        The practice of fossil fuels-powered ‘Super Power’ is becoming a thing of the past.

        As recently heard over the internet coming from a US election campaigning camp: It is a new dawn for all of us.

    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 10:46 am #

      If China becomes number one, they will dictate where the oil goes. Not a problem for them.

      The US arrogance and ambivalence to reality will destroy us. Oil independence my foot, our whorish oil industry will sell their oil to the highest bidder, which will be China then.

      • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 10:49 am #

        But no problem, AOC will have us all in electric cars, generating electricity by miraculous inefficient energy sources, growing crops with no fertilizer or pesticides, healthy with no drugs, etc.

        Who needs that dirty old oil anyway, we can just give it away.

        • Rodster November 23, 2020 at 12:12 pm #

          Exactly, the Great Reset which Klaus Schwab has been pushing for is all about as Martin Armstrong says the next Industrial Revolution which will exclude oil and fossil fuels.

          Small problem, because fossil fuels built what we have today and is directly responsible for 7.8 billion humans roaming the planet.

          • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:31 pm #

            If you want to read some crazy shit, go read Schwab’s own writings on what he’d like to do beyond the Great Reset.

            I assure you, it makes makes even the most batshit claims about transhumanism and the cult of globalism look tame by comparison.

        • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:35 pm #

          Fireflies emit electricity. Why not use a jar of them to light your hovel as you read a World Made by Rand? Oil? Get it from whales like our ancestors did, damn it. They’re “biomass” too….

          • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 7:31 pm #


            Here is a good oldie.

            When I was a kid, we lived in Baltimore. John’s Hopkins was paying kids bucks for jars of captured fireflies to do research on what makes them glow. Cold chemical light was the result.

          • GreenAlba November 25, 2020 at 12:59 pm #

            “Get it from whales like our ancestors did, damn it. ”

            It’s only the rise of the petroleum industry that saved whales from extinction. Many species of them aren’t doing brilliantly now.

            And (in pretend world where there are endless whales) if you do it the old-fashioned way, you need wood for fuel for the tryworks, although you can chuck in bits of dried out blubber to keep it going. Wood’s going to be in demand, generally.

            For your candle to read AWMBH, though, you just need tallow. Bit smelly compared to modern candles, but that will be the least of your worries. I say ‘yours’ because I’ll be gawn …

        • DrTomSchmidt November 23, 2020 at 2:23 pm #

          Nazi Germany ran much of its war machine on synfuels generated from coal. It’s not new technology. It requires only will, and coal. We have a lot of the latter, and none of the former.

          I wonder what’s cheaper: synfuel from coal, or fracked oil?

          • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:04 pm #

            Hemp oil far cheaper and easier to get at.
            Worked for Henry Ford and his diesels.
            Ethanol not from corn but from switch grass cellulose drives ethanol production and corn is a poor building block but switchgrass is drought tolerant and grows like the weed it is.
            Give it a little love and care and the stuff explodes.

            There was also a bunch of interest in a several algae’s which grow in salt water and will eat waste products (sewage)on a monthly cycle. Cold pressed it exudes a form of oil easily turned into biodiesel.
            Leave the pretro-based products for things that really can’t be made by anything else.

          • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 7:32 pm #

            Fracked oil is very light and heavier grades are not available from it.

        • SvrzoH November 23, 2020 at 3:30 pm #

          Last Friday you disclosed how you receive dividends from some oil field(s) that your grand….acquired over century ago. That explains, and I totally get why, the TONE of your “what’s-good-for-the-Detroit-(read YOU)-is-good-for-USA” comments.

          • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 7:35 pm #

            The few bucks we make does not change my belief in the fact that there is no alternative to oil. And that after I am gone, many people are going to die when the oil runs out. The well is fun, but we are about to sell it.

      • Rodster November 23, 2020 at 12:01 pm #

        Except the “Great Reset” that Klaus Schwab, George Soros, Bill Gates, Christine Legarde, Greta Thunberg and the rest of that group plan to make oil and fossil fuels go bye bye.

        That’s what they refer to as the Great Reset. In their weird world that’s what they have put in place. China may not have a choice having access to all that Oil.

        • FreddieMars November 24, 2020 at 5:05 pm #

          George Soros:

          “Although [Soros’] reputation among the alt-right is that he is as alt-left as is possible to be, his actions and words tell a very different story. A 2018 New York Times interviewer wrote:

          “When I asked Soros to describe himself ideologically, he laughed. “My ideology is nonideological,” he said. “I’m in the club of non clubs.” When I suggested that “center-left” might characterize his views, he demurred; he said it wasn’t clear where he stood now because the left had moved further left, a development that did not please him. “I’m opposed to the extreme left,” he said. “It should stop trying to keep up with the extremists on the right.”

          He’s been outspoken against such far liberalism on many occasions, including about the exploitation of the #MeToo movement for political gain, and said that he would love to financially support moderate Republicans if not for the fact that association with him would hurt them politically. And indeed his largest philanthropic investments have been not in liberal politics, but in pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into the emerging economies of Eastern Europe through mass privatization of industry — typically a conservative economic principle.

    • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 1:25 pm #

      Joe claims he will rejoin The Paris Climate Accord “on day one” which gives China and India cart Blanche to pollute with fossil fuels for another ten plus years and reins in the US.

      I am still hoping Sidney Powell has a giant rabbit to pull out of her legal hat that will totally overwhelm the SC thus denying Sleepy Joe his “on day one” shenanigans supporting The Great Reset.

  5. Sagesse November 23, 2020 at 10:07 am #

    It would appear Miz Powell is likely being shipped off to a quiet country hospital in the very near future. All is not lost however, as I do believe she will be given a wonderful parting gift. Word has it there is a snug white jacket emblazoned with a crest that says, ‘Trump Elite Strike Force Team 2020’ awaiting her much anticipated arrival. Her time with the team may have been brief, (half a Scaramucci) but it wasn’t without melodrama. She will be missed.

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    • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:22 am #

      She’s still here. She isn’t going anywhere.
      She never was being paid by the Republicans.

    • Pete November 23, 2020 at 10:25 am #

      Miz Powell is a great American. She never had a formal association with the Trump campaign in terms of retainers or billing. She is however pursuing all instances of election fraud, and in her own words will, “let the chips fall where they may.”

      EVERY AMERICAN should be willing to rid our elections of fraud and foreign influence.

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      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 8:45 pm #


        “If you wish to donate by check, please make payable to Sidney Powell, PC”. That doesn’t look like a trust fund or any such other arrangement, but a donation to her personally.

        All good, but let’s be clear that this has the potential to be a huge grift…much like Mr. Trump’s “Election Defense Fund” (and what a cheap little website it looks too):


        Maybe her ‘separation’ from Guiliani happened when she asked for access to the Campaign’s email database and was told “you’ve gotta be fuckin’ KIDDING!”

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:37 pm #

      She tells too much Truth and that will implicate the entire system, including high level Republicans. They’d rather lose. That’s their function in the system after all. This includes some who supported Trump I assume.

      • Epicur November 24, 2020 at 5:54 am #

        “She tells too much Truth…”

        I think you are right. The statements about taking down the Republican governor of Georgia and the distancing by the Trump team were in close sequence.

        I’ve seen too much politics in my lifetime to pretend that the first statements would not have generated a massive amount of back channel flack.

        Personally, I hope she succeeds. I’d like to see some perp walks.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 1:15 pm #

      I’m gonna have to steal the time unit “Half a Scaramucci” for everyday conversation. Hope that’s okay.

      • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 9:11 pm #

        Who can forget the guy so aptly named. He also had a vocabulary that could make Lenny Bruce blush.

        Scaramouche or Scaramouch (from Italian scaramuccia, literally “little skirmisher”) is a stock clown character of the 16th-century commedia dell’arte (comic theatrical arts of Italian literature) Originally a soldier the character could also be a servant.

    • Amman November 23, 2020 at 3:08 pm #

      By who?

    • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:32 pm #

      The latest narrative among the Fake Nooz conspiracy cultists.

      There is nothing these people won’t believe if it comes from a name in lights.

      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 8:46 pm #

        Got a mirror?

        • Night Owl November 25, 2020 at 5:27 pm #

          Yes. Beard is coming in nicely.

          Get thumbs up from the Turks here when cruising in the C63 AMG.

  6. 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 10:08 am #

    Repeating a gag making the rounds:

    If holidays are limited to 6, but funerals have a max capacity of 30…

    …then my pet turkey committed suicide on November 25th. In his suicide note he stated his wish to be cremated at 350 degrees for four hours before a celebration of life to follow.

    • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 10:27 am #


      Half the holiday celebrants will love this, and the other half will have their feelings hurt. Boo hoo.

      Happy Thanksgiving Avatar.

  7. snagglepuss November 23, 2020 at 10:10 am #

    Jim is so right about Biden. He is singularly uninspiring. Like some corpse propped up on a Hannibel Lector type trolley. Just wheel him in for a muffled soundbite. What a mess to clean up. Dare I say that part of me almost wishes Trump will be able to walk away from all of it? Notwithstanding his tweets and impolitic statements he really has been treated very poorly these past four years. Like Tricky Dick, they wouldn’t have him to kick around anymore.
    Not throwing in the towel, I hope he gets back in, but part of me thinks the corrupt Democrats should inherit the mess they created.

  8. Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:12 am #

    Is Sidney still kicked off Twitter?

    Another funny story that isn’t really- yesterday I had read a notice that we might start hearing that the president was trying to pull a coup, and to take that as a sign that he was close to rightfully winning:

    That was yesterday afternoon, yesterday evening I got a phone call from someone asking me to clarify the status of the voting in one state, because a friend of hers was insisting that it was all over and the president is trying to “pull a coup”.

    What’s amazing is how fast these talking points get around, and how eager some are to parrot them as if they were their own tthinking.

  9. Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 10:15 am #

    Jo(k)e Biden earlier mentioned a limit of five for Thanksgiving.

    Can you imagine how difficult it would be for parents to tell one of their four kids that they have to eat in their bedroom?

    DC full of traitors, hypocrites, liars & whores – many State Capitals as well – traitors starting to come to the surface daily now.

    Happy Thanksgiving everybody – it may be our last – a uniquely American Holiday that may be cancelled like all things American, including our sovereignty.

    Res publica lives..

    • elysianfield November 23, 2020 at 11:52 am #

      “DC full of traitors, hypocrites, liars & whores”

      It is much worse than you indicate, for DC IS full of traitors, hypocrites, liars and…lawyers….

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:41 pm #

      The terrifying thing is that there are actually people who will obey this tripe – the type that drive with masks on, hike with masks on, take a bite at restaurants and then put their mask back on.

      • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:08 pm #

        Los Angeles is going into a hybrid form of lockdown again.
        These fuckers are destroying the economy on purpose.

        • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:34 pm #

          “In the future you will own nothing, and you will be happy …”

          They already told us they are doing just that.

        • Kim November 24, 2020 at 8:58 pm #


          President Trump’s campaign legal team announced Tuesday that the legislatures in Arizona, Michigan and Pennsylvania will soon hold election-related hearings.

          They will be held “in an effort to provide confidence that all of the legal votes have been counted and the illegal votes have not been counted in the November 3rd election,” according to a press release.

          The Pennsylvania Senate will hold a hearing on Wednesday at which Rudy Giuliani will speak, the team said. Senators involved in the hearing will deliver 5-minute opening statements and people who have filed affidavits alleging election fraud will deliver testimony.

          Next week, the Arizona legislature’s hearing will occur on Monday and the Michigan legislature’s hearing will take place Tuesday.

          “State Legislatures are uniquely qualified and positioned to hold hearings on election irregularities and fraud before electors are chosen,” the press release said. “As established in Article 2, Section 1.2 of the United States Constitution, State Legislatures have the sole authority to select their representatives to the Electoral College, providing a critical safeguard against voter fraud and election manipulation.”

  10. Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:19 am #

    I tried to access this article through a link on Twitter. I was able to do so yesterday, but today it is verboten. Why would anyone want to hide the truth like that?
    What legitimate reason would anyone have for doing so?
    Anyhow this confirms what the Market Ticker guy has been saying all along.

    I also noticed that since they can’t really suppress the Danish Mask study as they wish to, they are trying a new tactic.
    The LA Times just printed an eye-catching headline saying the study says something else entirely from what it does say.

    I wonder if I will get a phone call from the RPI grad telling me the Danish study says masks do so work?

    Here’s the article I mentioned above.

    Portuguese Court Rules PCR Tests “Unreliable” & Quarantines “Unlawful”
    Important legal decision faces total media blackout in Western world

    There are still “educated” people who don’t understand what is going on here.

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    • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 11:05 am #

      You don’t need the LA Times – the authors of the study themselves have said, within the body of the study, what it doesn’t say.

      If you’ve read it, how did you miss that? And I posted it last night as well.


      “The findings, however, should not be used to conclude that a recommendation for everyone to wear masks in the community would not be effective in reducing SARS-CoV-2 infections, because the trial did not test the role of masks in source control of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

      That’s from the study itself, not from the LA Times.

      Note that it doesn’t say masks work to significantly reduce community viral load either. All it says is that you can’t use their study to infer that it does or it doesn’t. A study purporting to prove that it does or doesn’t would be much more difficult to design and run than theirs.

      That’s science for you, sorry. If you disagree with the proviso above, which is the proviso of the authors themselves, you really should contact them and say so. And just leave the LA Times out of it.

      • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 11:18 am #

        The LA Times printed their own conclusion in the headline, as if that was what the study concluded.

        So I won’t leave them out of it.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:52 pm #

        This is the actual result of the study, the rest is mere pc balderdash to save themselves from social ruin:

        Infection with SARS-CoV-2 occurred in 42 participants recommended masks (1.8%) and 53 control participants (2.1%). The between-group difference was ?0.3 percentage point (95% CI, ?1.2 to 0.4 percentage point; P = 0.38) (odds ratio, 0.82 [CI, 0.54 to 1.23]; P = 0.33). Multiple imputation accounting for loss to follow-up yielded similar results.

        Masks have nothing to do with public health, but are rather a tool or “mark” of submission to the new social order.

        • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:10 pm #

          Yep the burka of wokeness.
          Not wearing one means you are not woke.

          • thirdcoastlegend November 23, 2020 at 3:39 pm #

            Secular sharia in the name of her holiness Corona-chan, long may she reign!

          • GreenAlba November 25, 2020 at 12:38 pm #

            OK, benr. So, I’m not-woke for 23 hours 55 minutes of most days, and woke for the remaining 5 minutes. I can live with that.

        • GreenAlba November 25, 2020 at 12:36 pm #

          “This is the actual result of the study, the rest is mere pc balderdash to save themselves from social ruin:”

          They didn’t need to do the study at all. That, presumably, would have given them total social approval, according to your logic. But they did. So they could have done one that proved masks don’t make any difference in terms of source control of the virus as well as from the POV of the receptor. But it’s harder to do. Even though you consider it obvious.

          • Yohannon November 26, 2020 at 1:05 pm #

            They’re not revolutionaries. They present the truth they found, then duck and cover. It’s up for other men to then defend that truth. If they persisted, people like you would label them quacks – as would their cowardly peers. The would end up on fringe websites, confirming your initial lowly opinion of them.

            Sad to say, humans are very specialized in this dark age. They did their part. How many can say as much? Many of their peers wouldn’t even publish if they found something like this. Or never do the study in the first place.

    • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 11:07 am #

      I get the impression that very few people around here (Killarney, Ireland) have a clue about what is happening and that most of those who do distrust the official narrative believe all kinds of weird and wonderful nonsense so their opinions are not worth much anyway.

      I am putting my hopes in Germany. The lawyers behind their independent committee of enquiry into the coronavirus scare belive that 20% are sceptical like themselves, that 30% back the official measures and that 50% are open to persuasion.

      I heard something about Portugal all right and I am amazed. They are as politically correct as anywhere if not more so.

      • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 11:41 am #

        Despite all the official censorship, all the You-Tube deletions, truth is leaking out thru a few cracks in the wall concerning this giant fraud.

        The so-called “Covid-19” test actually tests for all forms of corona virus – a huge family of viruses and common cold germs. Almost everyone carries some of these around at any time, so nearly everyone tests positive.

        The deaths the officials are tabulating are mostly old or at risk people killed by a variety of factors – pneumonia, breathing disorders, heart disease, even cancer (but of course they all test positive to having the virus, so they get counted as Covid-19 deaths). Even the CDC in Atlanta has admitted to a 94% co-morbidity rate.

        It’s all an enormous fraud motivated by an agenda I won’t get into now. But perceptive people know what’s going on.


        • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 2:37 pm #

          Quite right about the test and the rest. I am not so sure about it being planned, although it was in a way. I did not have time to look at your link but that would be Mike Yeadon.

          In late spring I memorized some figues about tests at very low levels of infection. For example, a test which is 90% specific and sensitive would at 1% general infection rate throw up false positives at a ration of 12 to 1. It it were 99% accurate it would be 50:50.

          But it is worse than that. You need to follow the ‘Koch Postulates’ in these things, that is: isolate the virus, concentrate it, test that to see if it produces the symptoms of the disease and then (I think) isolate and concentrate from the lab guinea pig and repeat. it is harder with viruses because they live inside cells. A number of studies have been carried out with the present virus an dthis has not occurred, all they can do is ‘implicate’ their viruses, whcih all hapen to look different and are the wrong size for corona (as per WHO guidelines).

          All they have done is isolate a liquid blend of various viruses, exozomes and other things (billions of them in a small sample) and injected them into mice where they had no or little effect (and that down to other reasons).

          But it is worse than that even. There is nothing distinctive about ‘Covid19’ anyway, nothing new that was not already existing, try as they might to convince us to the contrary.

          So we have a putative virus (SARSCovid2) which causes a putative disease (Covid19).

          There was an unusual spike in mortality in the middle of April for about a fortnight. It is too sharp and short-lived to be a ntural infection curve but looks artificial. It only occurred in places which followed WHO(?) advice to ‘lock down’ and can be explained by the treatment (anti-virals, cortisone and particularly DCQ, which was given in lethal doses in many countries, such as Brtain and France, following faulty WHO directions which appear to have come from a mistake, and also ventilators).

          I also believe older people were cleared out of hospitals into nursing homes to make room in the former for the influx of ‘Covid’ patients which did not materialize. The net effect of the above seems to have been to have fast-forwarded the deaths of the elderly because, taking Europe, with the exception of a slight increase in Sp and Po. there has been no increased mortality over the period year-on-year.

          You are correct about the misdiagnoses.

          Recently it turned out that you have probably a better chance of finding ‘SARSCovid2’ undre a microsopce than coming across Prof Drosten’s thesis. He is the man who rushed out the first test in January and his remains the most widely used. It is based on ‘SARSCovid1’, from 2002/3, becuase it was assumed that the two are closely related. (The test was approved on 21 Jan and the first clinical informaiton from China about the new Covid came in on 24 Jan – I memorize these details.)

          My hunch is that SARSCovid1 and 2 are indeed closely related, but because neither of them exists in any meaningful way. There was a hullaballoo in 2002/3 but there were only 9,000 cases of SARS (I understand) and 800 deaths. Only EIGHT cases in Germany. Drosten is credited as being the joint-discoverer.

          He was either the first, or among the first, in discovering or isolating or whatever nine pandemic-like viruses, from SARS, MERS, bird flue, swine flue to Zika. In every case (I understand) his business associate in Berlin was the first, or among the first, to distribute the swab test (PCR). (However, although this is highly lucrative it is peanuts compared to what the big labs make and that in turn is peanuts compared to what a vaccine can earn.)

          Finally (and I apologize for the length of this comment) the planning I am aware of is allegations that his associate and his firm bought up all the appaatus for making and distributing tests before the pandemic was declared. These are just allegations and I am reporting them but not endorsing them.

          Beyond that I do not think this was planned. The usual suspects are exploiting this mass fantasy. I am open to persuasion though.

        • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:36 pm #

          Same thing my new surgeon friend told me here in Germany.

          But, IMO, it always seemed an obvious reason for choosing something like a coronavirus in the first place.

          The CoronaCon.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:53 pm #

        What about the Killarney Cats? How are they doing? And why are they a thing to begin with?

        • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 2:03 pm #

          You mean the Kilkenny Cats. Killarney is where the scenery is. I got dragged out yesterday to walk through it. It is very good for music and probably the best town in Ireland for sport. They expect to win everything.

          • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 2:25 pm #

            Better than the 12 pins or the Ring of Kerry?

            Peat smells good, but can it save us? The Celts saved themselves by voluntary human sacrifice by High Druids in order to stave off the Roman Invasion of Ireland. Some of the bog men were no common criminals.

          • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 2:41 pm #

            The twelve pints were indeed good back in the day although I rarely got beyond half of that. The pubs are closed now and have been for most of the year. We are all facing ruination and for what? A sniffle and media stupidity!

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 3:45 pm #

            So one can say Irish pubs have gone from places of urination to ruination. Same letters; big difference.

    • feralandroid November 23, 2020 at 11:51 am #

      My mom, who consumes mostly left wing msm, and I were talking about the Million man Trump rally in DC. She told me the Proud Boys were out there stabbing people. I had to correct her, that the Proud Boys leader was the one that received the stabbing.

      She was shocked, but then went back to watching CNN. SMH???

      Seems the MSM can just change whatever they want and the sheeple consume it.

      • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 12:44 pm #

        It pains me to watch such crap, so I never intentionally do so. Sometimes I catch a snippet while passing a TV somewhere.

        Recently, I saw a Trump hating lynch mob clustered around the table (maybe it was on CNN). One remarked on how Trump was responsible for every one who died from Covid because he was lax in locking down the country. Not a minute passed before another said Trump was responsible for all those job losses from locking down the country.

        None of these big-brained opinion makers saw any inconsistency..

        George Orwell coined the term “double-think” defined as the acceptance of or mental capacity to accept contrary opinions or beliefs at the same time, especially as a result of political indoctrination.

        People, we have arrived.

  11. Trent B November 23, 2020 at 10:21 am #

    Jim, extraordinary claims (widespread voter fraud) require extraordinary proof. And so far, NOBODY has brought forth jack shit for evidence.

    If SCOTUS overturns the vote, then we truly will see a hijacked election. Not a partisan call on my point – I’ve been voting for 45 years, and I’ve oted for a Democratic president exactly once … and I came to regret that!

    • Sagesse November 23, 2020 at 10:27 am #

      Agreed 100% Trent.

      At this point in the process the only person trying to “steal” the election is Trump.

      • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 3:52 pm #

        Sagesse, please clarify. At what point in the process was someone else trying to steal the election? Who might that be, and did they succeed?

    • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 10:33 am #

      Trent, jack shit is not introduced in the court of public opinion. Why is that so hard for people to understand? We’ll see (hopefully) what SCOTUS has to say, not the MSM.

      • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 10:36 am #

        On second thought, jack shit is actually introduced in the court of public opinion, evidence is introduced in a court of law.

        • elysianfield November 23, 2020 at 11:55 am #

          I knew Jack Shit…Jack shit was a friend of mine…you sir, are no Jack Shit….

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:55 pm #

        Trent is wearing an N95 mask right now. Lack of oxygen to the brain?

    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:02 am #


      What if?

      What if the election was turned by thousands of phony mail in ballots, or by flipping a switch and reversing hundreds of thousands inside a computer?

      Do you think we should investigate whether this occurred?

      If you do not, just do not bother to ever vote again, the voting both is for sale and worthless.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:57 pm #

        He knows somewhere down deep. He just doesn’t care. Victory by any means necessary. We have to adopt the same attitude against them.

        • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:16 pm #

          They can’t live with us and we won’t live with them so as you have said to avoid the mass murder we need a divorce.

          Progressive Democrats thinking is utterly alien and ruinous to prosperity, happiness and this nation.

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 3:58 pm #

            Yes, left-wing America could be governed by “citizen’s committees of BLM and Antifa”. By the time they turn on one another in murderous rampages over pronoun usage and white privilege, most of the population will have fled to free America.

      • sophia November 23, 2020 at 1:05 pm #

        Ignore trolls.

        • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:38 pm #

          You really should mock them. It is much more entertaining.

      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 8:55 pm #

        According to Night Owl, the DHS has “imprinted secret isotope-based watermarks” on all the VALID ballots. This, you’d think, would make the fake ballots easy to spot.

        Has the DHS not advised the various States’ SoSs of this facility? Did the Georgia recount (the first one) not LOOK for all these fake ballots? If not, why not? What about Wisconsin? Pennsylvania? Michigan? Arizona? Or is this Sidney Powell’s much-hyped ‘Kraken”?

    • Lynx November 23, 2020 at 12:11 pm #

      IMO, the greatest evidence for widespread fraud are the deviations discovered in statistical analysis of the voting patterns. In particular, the results after shut down of voting in key battleground states-all with dominion software.

      However once you discover a crime, say your power saw disappeared from your garage, you still have to find the culprit and then prove he stole your power saw.

      What we have is strong evidence for a crime. We still have to prove who was the criminal and provide the method used in the crime.

      Unfortunately, many a crime occurs in which no one is convicted because of inability to positively connect the crime with the criminal and prove the criminal is the criminal. Doesn’t mean a crime did not occur. However just because I can’t prove Joe stole my power saw, I know Joe and deep down, I know with a 95% probability he is the criminal.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 12:59 pm #

        But if the saw is found lying around, it is returned to the owner in any case. Thus the election must go to Trump, the real owner or victor.

        • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 4:00 pm #

          Are we to suspect the Libertarian Party candidate might be behind all this mayhem. LOL

          • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 8:11 pm #



            If Jo had not been running, Trump would have swept the decision states. Libertarian voters vote conservative.

      • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 1:47 pm #

        If someone steals your power saw from your garage it is simple to ID the perp and the crime:

        Just check the video from your RING security camera!

        (I live with Mellenials and they have everything wired up!)

      • Dr_Wellington_Yueh November 23, 2020 at 7:17 pm #

        If someone pours out a bottle of thermite at First & Main, you may never know who did it, but it’s still a good idea to close the intersection and make repairs.

  12. zekesdad November 23, 2020 at 10:22 am #

    I don’t know when you wrote this week’s blog, Jim but a short time before it came out I read a news item on Yahoo! that Giuiani was disavowing Sidney Powell. I saw her talking to Maria Barteromo a week ago, and she seemed like a bit of a crank saying she had all the proof she needed to blow things sky-high. She came off as a right-wing version of Adam Schiff who was supposed to have absolute proof of Trump’s collusion with Russia. A few days later she got into a shouting match with Tucker Carlson when he asked to see some of the evidence. I think she’s simply a publicity hound. Some of the smarter Republicans such as Chris Christi are acting more sober minded, probably trying to make themselves look like anti-Trump moderates for 2024.
    I wonder if Trump is using all this controversy to buy time to work out some kind of deal to drop the investigation into Hunter Biden in exchange for no post presidential prosecutions.

    Zekes — You’re referring to the memo issued by Trump campaign office and the RNC clarifying that Miz Powell is not on the payroll of either org, to allay accusations along those lines. I don’t think it was any kind of disavowal of her work. But it remains to be seen whether she has the goods, and even if recent events and stress have pushed her around the bend. Standing by.–JHK Admin

    • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 11:16 am #

      Speaking of publicity hounds, where is Gloria Allred? Usually when there’s a dogfight, she shows up as lawyer for the least important dog. Ms Allred manages to then appear on every cable news program (excepting perhaps Telemundo), projecting an attitude of outraged injustice over something or other. I remember once it was Michael Jackson waving “his baby” from a balcony.

      • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 1:56 pm #

        Gloria would have to fight for Sleepy Joe and The Kamal.

        Bring her on!

    • Disaffected November 23, 2020 at 11:27 am #

      Not sure why it would matter whether she was on the payroll or not. She’s a lawyer, so I assume she’s working for some sort of compensation. Nothing particularly untoward about that.

      • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 11:44 am #

        She works for publicity in highly publicized cases to get her name out there. This drums up more business for her firm. I’m just saying she’s a total buffoon.

      • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 11:54 am #

        Oh sorry, Disaffected. You were talking about Sidney Powell. I was still talking about Gloria Allred.

        • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:03 pm #

          That’s ok. Tusc wrote a cat poem for Alba’s deceased dog. Just try and get the square peg into the square hole and not the round one. Or vice versa. There must be a congruence in our actions. Once one knows the testing is a giant fraud, the mask question becomes largely moot since the existence of something is senior to what to do about it.

          • GreenAlba November 26, 2020 at 1:35 pm #

            ‘Tucs’ (you never get his name right) expressed a kind thought, which was the point.

            Tucson, if he is there, might be interested in my chat with the postman this morning, if he’s at all worried about his faux pas, which he utterly should not be.

            Said postie saw us struggling to carry the poor dog round the corner to the vet on her last morning, using an old coat as a sort of hammock to carry her. He looked and I just said something about a ‘very unwell dog’.

            My husband was extremely upset by the loss of the dog and rather than wait months to get another one, I thought it might be better for him to just get back in the saddle sooner rather than later and get another one. Which we did, two days ago (she does not have the refined manners of her predecessor).

            Anyway, I had hoped to get a greyhound of a different hue, but the lady at the rescue centre is quite determined in keeping you away from the dog you think you want (which you can’t have, for instance, because it’s best buddies with its kennel-mate so you can’t have one without the other), so a dog that looks just like poor old Tess is what we came home with.

            Saw the postie this morning and he said ‘she certainly looks a lot better than she did the last time I saw her!’.

            I felt a bit like a psychopath for getting another dog so soon, but I filled him in (the postie) and his embarrassment was short-lived.

            So Tucson, if you are around, I hope you feel better. 🙂

            I was ambivalent about telling my husband, as he and Tess were so bonded, but it was genuinely funny, despite the circumstances. So I eventually told him carefully and he laughed out loud.

      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 8:57 pm #

        She has her own “GoFundMe” page:


    • Sagesse November 23, 2020 at 3:46 pm #

      But it remains to be seen whether she has the goods, or if recent events and stress have pushed her around the bend.

      I am putting heavy money on the latter….

      The memo was an utter disavowal of Powell in no uncertain terms. Odd since only days before Trump was touting Powell as a top member of his Election fraud legal team.

  13. Pucker November 23, 2020 at 10:26 am #

    Dominion Voting Systems, Inc.

    “…and He has made us to be a kingdom, priests to His God and Father–to Him be the glory and the dominion forever and ever. Amen.”

    Revelation 1:6(NASB)


    Soros called it Dominion Voting Systems, Inc., and no one seems to notice. A Soros entity’s office was juxtaposed to the Dominion Voting Systems, Inc office in Canada. They basically shared offices and staff. Totally insane…..

    Soros once said that sometimes he thinks that he’s a god. Jeffrey Epstein used to say that he “felt like Gulliver among the Little People.”

    This young White Bloke is great. Dominion Voting Systems, Inc. shares an entire office building floor with a George Soros affiliate in Chinatown in Toronto, Canada. DVS shares an office with Satan. True story….


    • MC Hammerabi November 23, 2020 at 11:03 am #

      Pucker – what gets me (and I haven’t heard anybody point this out…maybe b/c it is so obvious) is how sick and demented it is to name an election software system “Dominion” … dominion -> the power/right to control, to dominate.

      • Pucker November 23, 2020 at 11:20 am #

        It’s from the Bible. I read an excellent book several months ago called “Dominion” about the history of Western Christian civilization.

      • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 11:21 am #

        Kind of reminds me of the Patriot Act.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 1:03 pm #

          Beat me to it.

      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 9:04 pm #

        It is from Latin – “Domus” = house or home.

        “Dominus” is the ‘master of the house’, hence, dominate, dominion etc, etc.

        No secret codes, I’m sorry.


      • GreenAlba November 26, 2020 at 2:04 pm #

        One of my local indie cinemas is called the ‘Dominion’.

        Perhaps I should be careful …

    • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 1:59 pm #

      Except Gulliver was a nice and helpful fellow who never raped young girls.

  14. Mostly Disagreeable November 23, 2020 at 10:27 am #

    In keeping with sports analogies: Looking forward to half the country having no one to root against and the unifying effect of the entire country having no one to root for.

  15. Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:27 am #

    Someone on this site, early on in the scamdemic, was of the opinion that it was being used as an excuse for a financial reset.

    Justin in Canada just let that slip himself, you have to be careful how much information you allow your weakest links to have.

    I noticed that RFK Jr. is also of the opinion that there is a reset in the works, and has been for some time, and that Bill Gates is heavily involved.

    I don’t take everything Bobby Jr. says as gospel, but since last time I looked he was a staunch Democrat, it could hardly be called one of those right wing conspiracy theories.

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    • Sagesse November 23, 2020 at 10:30 am #

      Bobby Jr is also a batguano crazy anti vaxer so might want to take what he says with a grain of salt….

      • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:42 am #

        I just said that I do. My point was, people who cannot be conceivably called right wing are aware of the reset plan.

        As far as Bobby’s anti-vaxxer leanings, I see him presenting factual evidence of unsafe vaccines harming large numbers of people.

        There has to be some kind of check on Big Pharma, and unfortunately he’s it.

        • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 11:15 am #

          What do you think of anti-vaxxers who continue to spread misinformation about the MMR vaccine, causing clusters of measles deaths in infants who could have had a normal healthy life?

          I listened to a young Mexican woman in tears because she listened to this misguided propaganda and lost both of her children in one go.

          Is ‘Bobby’ implicated in that kind of indirect manslaughter? Sorry, babyslaughter?

          Andrew Wakefield, meantime, has made a very nice living out of it all, having moved to a country more susceptible to listening to such things, and is now remarried to a model and living the life to which he may always have wished to become accustomed, for all we know.

          If it were some other context, people on here would be seeing red flags.

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 11:19 am #

            Oh GA, I keep waiting in vain for you to differ on one point, any point, with the globalist agenda. Can you think of anything?

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 11:23 am #

            You make an appeal based on emotion – a mother who ,lost her children to measles. How about all the mothers whose children were killed or damaged by the over use of vaccination, made possible by special legal immunity for Big Pharma. But you love Big Pharma, don’t you?

          • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 11:26 am #

            I am not an anti-vaxxer. Did I say I was?

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 11:33 am #

            HM, I am not going to fall out with you. I like you (and I enjoy your funny posts). But if you wish me to say that it’s ok for babies to die of measles when they don’t need to, just to sock it to the man at Davos, I’m going to have to disappoint you.

            I don’t agree with lockdowns.

            I don’t agree with FORCING people to wear masks.

            I absolutely don’t agree with forced vaccination (but I might relent if it were smallpox or ebola. Only might.)

            I don’t agree with children of primary school age wearing masks at all, and I don’t agree with any children having to wear them in school (I’m fine with teenagers being considerate and wearing them on the bus or in shops).

            I don’t agree with asking anyone to wear masks in the open air in the street. And needless to say I don’t agree with anyone being prosecuted using the actual legal system for not wearing one (see above).

            I don’t agree with anyone at all having to lose their job to keep me from getting the dreaded lurgi* – I’m making my own arrangements for that, and mild ones they are.

            But I know that you (or I) don’t have responsibility for making sure there’s still a bed with a couple of nurses attached to it for your wife, if she gets the lurgi instead of me. That’s my proviso.

            I hope that helps a little bit. I don’t get my views from ‘globalists’. Nor do I claim to have a very big brain like your president. I am not a stable genius, even though I’m pretty stable.

            *I hope that isn’t too early a cultural reference. 🙂

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 11:37 am #

            “I am not an anti-vaxxer. Did I say I was?”

            I didn’t say you were either. I’m sure you’re not. I asked about ‘Bobby’ with reference to a specific triple vaccine, which could have saved the lives of numerous children worldwide who are currently dead because their parents don’t understand risk assessment, among other things.

            These people are lionised by their followers. It’s quite shocking.

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 11:44 am #

            BTW, I won’t be in a queue for any Covid vaccine until I’m convinced it has no long-term side effects. My husband feels the same and he’s a medic. I don’t consider a sore arm for a day or even two to be a side effect worthy of comment by a normal healthy person. I had a sore arm for one night after my flu vaccination. So what?

            My other half and I both know the difference between a tried and tested (for decades) vaccine of the kind we’ve both had and my children have had, and something just out of a lab and tested, in each case, on a few thousand people.

            I am aware that waiting will make me a free-rider, depending on other people to take the risk, initially, because how else can you know a vaccine is safe before millions of people have taken it and any very rare side effects come to light? And I will feel a bit morally dubious about that. Such is life.

            And I may change my mind. Such is also life.

          • elysianfield November 23, 2020 at 12:02 pm #

            Regarding your list of disagreements;

            I have placed myself in a position where I do not have an opinion, and will not force one regarding the Covid and the politics surrounding the disease.

            I have no opinion on the lockdowns,

            I have no opinion on inoculations,

            I have no opinions against mask wearing,

            There is no consensus that can be embraced, accepted as valid, and then acted upon.

            I am entirely neutral.


          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 12:03 pm #

            Thank you, GA. I’m glad you believe in the same personal freedoms I do. There’s a wee bit of William Wallace in you, even if you don’t paint your bum blue and wave it at the royals.

            Babies and toddlers get 3 to 4 times as many vaccines as we did 60 yrs ago. And we got most of our shots as 5 and 6 year olds.

            While most can handle it. Many are overwhelmed by such an assault on their young immune systems and adverse results including death occur too often. There is evidence that life long problems, including allergies, result from the use of about 75 vaccinations on the very young.

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 12:15 pm #

            “You make an appeal based on emotion – a mother who ,lost her children to measles. How about all the mothers whose children were killed or damaged by the over use of vaccination, made possible by special legal immunity for Big Pharma. But you love Big Pharma, don’t you?”


            I was a politics (and something else) student in the 70s. Believe it or not, wicked big pharma was a thing even then, especially among lefty students who thought they could see so much more than everyone else and thought nothing good ever came out of nasty capitalism.

            Nevertheless, I have, during my lifetime, benefited from a few developments of big pharma, but I realise they didn’t do it out of love for me.

            I don’t ‘like’ Big Pharma. I am extremely wary of Big Pharma. Several times I have posted an excellent article from the New Yorker about the Sacklers and what they did to America. It was clearly an article based on months of dedicated research – nothing emotional about it.

            But there is nothing wrong with an appeal that includes emotion, when the statistics are also there to back up that appeal rationally. You can look them up. Lots of ‘excess deaths’ (is that a sufficiently unemotional term for you?) from measles compared to before these dangerous nitwits started with their misguided propaganda.

            I fear you are the one being emotional. I used the example of one (triple) vaccine. I am not extrapolating its history or merits to any other vaccine – each has to be taken on its merits. That one has merit. And it doesn’t give children autism. But in a world where some children get autism and most children are vaccinated against measles using the MMR vaccine, some children who have been vaccinated will also have autism. ‘Post hoc’ and stuff.

          • SW November 23, 2020 at 12:19 pm #

            I became interested in the vaccine controversy after I saw an interview with some pediatric MD who was peddling his new vaccine for a childhood disease I’d never heard of. He was very vague and kept repeating “I am positive it will reduce suffering in children” no matter what question he was asked. He wanted it to be made part of the required vaccines to begin school which would ensure a lot of profit.

            Fortunes are made on vaccines and our former governor Rick Perry was an investor in the HPV vaccine and was on TV encouraging all young women to get it. I saw him. There are now lawsuits for crippling side-effects that weren’t mentioned and they’re pretty much hushed up.

            I’m not an anti-vaxer but I AM suspicious when Big Pharma teams up with government mandates. And RFK Jr was the man who go thimerosal (mercury) removed from vaccines. Mercury is a heavy metal know to cause neurological damage.

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 12:25 pm #

            “There is evidence that life long problems, including allergies, result from the use of about 75 vaccinations on the very young.”

            That is a quite shocking number. I certainly don’t recall even my grandson having anything like that many vaccinations, and certainly not as a baby. And I can’t think of any that my own kids had that I would have risked them not having. I’ll ask my daughter, as I’m curious now.

            The allergy thing wouldn’t surprise me over much.

            I think I may have had the earlier risky polio vaccination from the 50s but I don’t know and I haven’t been moved to try to find out. It was apparently too big for anyone to be able to follow up. And it’s a bit late to worry now.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 12:27 pm #

            I am not an “anti-vaxxer” either, but I choose which ones I’ll take. Tetanus shot after rebuilding a 40yr-old deck, for example. Hep B. But the yearly flu shot (“now with booster!”) can go right in the bin (as folks say in the UK).

            But I would turn your question right back around and ask if the Pharma companies and the Gates initiatives are not to be implicated when their vaccine in certain regions wipes out a large percentage of those that took it (see “Africa”)?

            It’s a risky game to put crap in our bodies. I can go along with it to an extent, but when I saw the list of what they wanted to give my baby I was shocked. Even moreso that they did the first round on day one without any notice to us. I didn’t raise a huge stink (what does it matter if the deed is done?) because they had just facilitated the miracle of delivery, but I certainly look at docs a little funny now when they push each next shot.

            I feel for the Mexican woman. Can’t imagine. But what about the myriad examples of others whose children died or became mentally/physically deformed after a shot? Is that just “par for the course” because it’s an honorable loss in the correct mindset?

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 12:37 pm #

            “And RFK Jr was the man who go thimerosal (mercury) removed from vaccines. Mercury is a heavy metal know to cause neurological damage.”

            That’s a good thing. It doesn’t mean that all his positions are good.

            There was a huge mercury scare here over amalgam fillings decades ago. I still have two or three that have lasted decades. I’ve stopped worrying. 🙂

            I also read that mercury vapour released during their removal was worse than the stable amalgam already there. You can’t win.

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 12:54 pm #

            GA, to clarify they don’t poke the baby 75 times. They combine vaccinations for multiple illnesses into each shot. Maybe 8 here, 10 there.

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 12:55 pm #

            Mr Mango

            “I am not an “anti-vaxxer” either, but I choose which ones I’ll take.”

            My position exactly.

            I’m not sure why you’d even consider a flu ‘shot’ at your age anyway (early 40s, didn’t you say?). The NHS gives it free to under-fives and over 65s (this year to over-50s and vulnerable people because we need to keep flu numbers down). I had flu once when I was thirty and healthy. With the memory of that I certainly don’t want it at my age, so I’m happy to take the jab. It’s never done me the slightest harm. But it’s only an invitation anyway – you don’t have to take it and you don’t have to give it to your under-5s either. Uptake isn’t that high in some vulnerable demographics.

            My younger daughter got pneumonia (possibly from flu – I don’t know) when she was four-months old. She stopped feeding. Without the benefit of Big Pharma (antibiotics) she’d be dead. So I steer a middle course in these matters.

            “But I would turn your question right back around and ask if the Pharma companies and the Gates initiatives are not to be implicated when their vaccine in certain regions wipes out a large percentage of those that took it (see “Africa”)?”

            I heard some of this before and looked into it. Some of it was entirely made up, but I’m happy to look at it again.

            “But what about the myriad examples of others whose children died or became mentally/physically deformed after a shot? Is that just “par for the course” because it’s an honorable loss in the correct mindset?”

            It’s never par for the course. I don’t know what the ‘correct mindset’ is. Sometimes fashions change and the ‘correct mindset’ just flips to the other side. We all have to assess risk. Some people would benefit from seeing old photos of kids in calipers and hearing a child cough itself to death with pertussis. Being wary of a new Covid vaccine is entirely rational. Still believing that MMR causes autism is less so. Each on its own merit.

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 12:58 pm #

            “GA, to clarify they don’t poke the baby 75 times. They combine vaccinations for multiple illnesses into each shot. Maybe 8 here, 10 there.”

            Thank you, HM. Even when I was young we had a couple that were maybe three things in one (was it diphtheria, tetanus and something else?). But I’ve never heard of 8 or 10 different vaccines in one shot. I’ll look into it and ask my daughter.

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 1:08 pm #


            GA, see the site referenced. I counted a total of 28 doses in the recommended vaccination program which takes us up to 2 and a half years.of age. Of course, it doesn’t end there.

          • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:08 pm #

            In other words Alba, you lack congruence since you defend the Global State at every turn, including masks and testing, only to relent when questioned. You run but then you return to do the same thing all over again.

            Today’s vaccines aren’t our Father’s vaccines. They do seem to cause autism in kids. Rather than trying to fix that, they just double down in rage. Not to be trusted, obviously.

          • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 1:41 pm #

            In other words, Janos, you say ‘in other words’ as usual, and follow it with a word salad of irrational tripe.

            Relent on what? I support wearing masks in shops and buses (also in hospitals, dental waiting rooms, vets and anywhere similar). That position has not changed. I have never suggested prosecuting anyone for not being willing to make the tiniest gesture anyone could make to help the situation.

            I thought the first four-week lockdown here was reasonable too at the time, while (later when I saw him explaining it) agreeing that Prof. Giesicke’s position seemed very plausible. I’ve said that before as well. I don’t believe in endless lockdowns.

            I’m not going to continue repeating myself on the rest. You are not honest and I can’t change that.

            Have a look at a photo of Hong Kong protesters wearing masks. People who know the difference between actual, serious limitations on their freedoms and being asked to wear a flippin’ mask in a shop or if you can’t distance.

            “Today’s vaccines aren’t our Father’s vaccines. They do seem to cause autism in kids. Rather than trying to fix that, they just double down in rage. Not to be trusted, obviously.”

            Which vaccines are you talking about, since MMR has been tested to exhaustion and doesn’t cause autism. If you have verifiable data on some other vaccine, feel free. I haven’t defended any vaccine that causes autism.

            Anything can ‘seem’ to cause anything if you like that sort of thing.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 1:52 pm #

            GA – appreciate your response. In regards to “I’m not sure why you’d even consider a flu ‘shot’ at your age anyway (early 40s, didn’t you say?).”

            I don’t consider it. But nearly every grocery store, drug store, etc I walk into has huge signs saying “time for your flu shot!”, and they’ll give them to you right there, not at the doctor’s office. No asterisk saying “recommended for those under 5 and over 65. The other day I saw a 30-something woman in her car receiving a “drive-up” flu shot in the parking lot of the grocery store. Maybe in the UK they don’t emphasize the flu shot for people of ages not on either extreme, but in the US it’s treated like a hot dog vendor asking if you’re hungry, and if so, step right up.

            My other overall issue is this new concept that we are expected to view life as something we should suppose doesn’t involve (massive, everyday) risk. Thirty seconds of a National Geographic film will prove otherwise, and it all trickles up to us from there. Every second of every day, no matter how normal, random or planned out, is an invitiation for disaster. People get sick. People die. People step backward off of balconies on accidednt. I think it’s healthy to raise generations to understand that, instead of pretending that there are these certain people that know more than you and if you listen to them, and only them, then you will be safe…the current climate is that if you choose to express a questioning opinion, then you’re a semi-retarded waste of society’s food supply. If people actually believe that they can eliminate risk, then we are not a viable thinking species anymore. Sadly, we’re getting close.

          • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 2:06 pm #

            There IS a Vaccine Injury Court in the US that has paid out BILLIONS of $$$.

            Which is why, as a Registered Nurse, I recommend that if parents want their children vaccinated they should only allow one jab at a time with at least a three week pause before the next jab.

            This way if there IS an adverse reaction everyone, including Big Pharma, will know which vaccine caused it.

            Not an anti-vaxxer. A safe-vaxxer.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 2:11 pm #

            Also, GA, wanted to clarify that I’m not implying you hold the belief I mentioned about thinking risk can be elminated from life…just that it is becoming an actual thought process within younger generations listening to “official” people who don’t have their best interests in mind.

            Also don’t mean to imply the 30-something gal getting a drive-up flu shot doesn’t have her reasons, either valid health-related, work-related or perhaps just of the mindset to do what she’s “supposed to” according to the news and her friends/family. I just found it an odd sight to see. Maybe it is treated differently here than across the pond.

          • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 2:20 pm #

            Alba: Many think it’s the mercury that permanently damages young children, turning them into autistics. Too much too soon as per the grueling inoculation schedules outlined by the poster. Now you’re against mercury? Good. So now be congruent and be against it for little kids. Don’t double down like the fiends in high places do.

          • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 2:34 pm #

            GA – “I heard some of this before and looked into it. Some of it was entirely made up, but I’m happy to look at it again.” (in regards to Gates and Africa deaths from his foundations vaccine programs)

            I realize you may not respect the opinion of RFK, Jr, so not sure if his April 23, 2020 article with the Children’s Health Defense is worth mentioning…

          • SW November 23, 2020 at 4:36 pm #

            I’m for safe vaccines also and one way to ensure this is to take ALL profit from their sale. I’m also a firm believer in Western medicine but I know doctors are human, pressed for time and don’t want to question a system they’re heavily invested in. This is an interesting article with some data if you’re interested:


          • GreenAlba November 25, 2020 at 1:57 pm #


            Thanks for the link to the vaccination schedule.

            I found the equivalent here, including adults.


            If you leave out flu, it seems to be 12 interventions (there is a 6-in-1, twice), up to and including age 3. They seem to be much the same vaccines, but maybe distributed differently. Nine further annual jabs between 2 and 10 if you choose to get the flu jab.

            There are a final three (offered) around puberty, and after 14 you can eff off till you’re 65! Unless you have some condition like asthma that makes a flu jab sensible.

          • GreenAlba November 25, 2020 at 2:27 pm #

            Mr Mango

            Thank you for your other comments. I agree it seems a bit wild west over your way in terms of the flu vaccine thing.

            As I said, I had flu at 30. It was awful. My mother was in another room with it, and my 2-year-old also had it (don’t recall where she was!). They were worse than me – or at least I was back on me feet first with the antibiotics (must have been a secondary infection?) but I seem to recall at one point actually not caring whether I survived or not, which shocks me, given I was responsible for a 2-year-old.

            Despite how bad it was I never gave it another thought for decades. I don’t know when flu vaccines became available but I have no recollection of even being fully aware of them until maybe a decade ago. They are now occasionally advertised on TV (gov’t ad) if there’s a particularly bad flu season expected (on the basis of what’s happened in Oz/NZ, as that’s the best we’ve got to go on – they don’t always turn out that way).

            But normally, I get a letter from my regional NHS advising me that I can get it (free) as I’m over 65. That’s it. This year, they’ve extended it to over 50s because they don’t want extra flu patients in hospital whlle they’re trying to manage Covid.

            And you can get it from your GP or from a pharmacy. As far as I’m aware, that’s it (up here anyway). Except this year, where there are drive-in centres, but that’s just because they’re trying to keep Covid out of GP premises. And it’s still administered by NHS nurses. People under 65 (or 50 this year) can get it privately at a pharmacy (and pay for it) or through a private GP if they want to but I’ve never seen it advertised.

            I agree with you about the societal obsession with eliminating risk (but illogically, it doesn’t work with e.g. cars!). My husband says the same thing about the effort to totally eliminate pain (implicated in the Oxytocin horror over your way). He works evenings in an out-of-hours centre, and they regularly get people with chronic comorbidities looking for extra pain killers on top of what their own GP, and hospital specialists have already prescribed for them. They’re basically there because their GP won’t give them any more and they’re trying on on with the OOH.

            They’re basically on everything known to man and they want more. And while he feels sorry for them (he can’t give them anything more than the basics anyway), but feels it’s misguided to deny that sometimes pain is intractable. And some of them have had every hospital test known to man as well and nobody can figure out why they’re in pain anyway.

            BTW, I appreciate your tone. It’s nice to have someone just happy to exchange views, when they wish to disagree with you, compared to my two trolls.

          • GreenAlba November 25, 2020 at 4:19 pm #

            Oxycontin, not oxytocin. I worked on a lot of childbirth books!

        • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 11:35 am #

          He has teamed up with the German Corona Ausschuss and they do not strike me as being right wing and neither do the people I have seen in video footage of their protests and demonstrations .They are very angry with the political parties. I get a similar impression from Holland.

          • SW November 23, 2020 at 12:54 pm #

            I was shocked to find out that newborns were given the hepatitis vaccine before they left the hospital without the parent’s consent. One day old — this is not right. These are being given earlier and made mandatory and companies are indemnified against lawsuits. There’s a reason people are suspicious and many resistant to getting the covid vaccine.

            But that’s not what today’s post is about, I know. Personally, I think the election results will never be known and if they’re smart enough to rig the election, they’re smart enough to cover it up.

          • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 2:45 pm #

            I did not hear about that. I expect it was in India or Brazil or somewhere like that. I am dubious about them being smart about rigging the election since they did not cover their tracks at all well. This is actually common in collective fatnasy, a kind of dream-like state where people do not think about the consequences and where they often believe they are doing something so Good and Important that the ends justify the means.

          • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:44 pm #

            Right now in Germany, in the eyes of the McMedia, anyone protesting COVID or committing associated thought crimes against GloboCorp (thanks, CJ), is by default a Nazi.

            The good part is, the term is now nearly meaningless — even here in a country where people were so beaten into submission over the crimes of a dead generation that they didn’t feel ok about flying a flag until the 1990 world cup.

            You see? There is a silver lining to the globofascist attack.

          • Sean Coleman November 24, 2020 at 4:58 pm #

            I would say ‘alleged’ or at the very least ‘over-exaggerated’ crimes.

    • hortonz November 23, 2020 at 12:18 pm #

      Why are you taking the word of Margaret’s boy [Justin] to make your point? He’s about as dumb as dumb gets in politics gets these days. Not only did he refuse to ban air travel from China in the early days of the pandemic, deeming it “racist” to even think it, he bought the Chinese Communist Party’s line about the coronavirus being no worse than the common cold and sent all of our PPE to China earlier this year, thus making sure that Canada would be caught off guard when the virus us with a vengeance. Good thing the province of Alberta ignored the CCP and stocked up on PPE before the turd hit the fan. The bastard even had the nerve to take a knee and call the RCMP a bunch of racists while they risk their lives to protect him from all the bad people that want to do him harm. Talk about ungrateful. To put it bluntly, Trudeau doesn’t even know what he thinks he knows.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:12 pm #

        And of course as always: What does his presence say about the people of Canada who elected him? How could they vote for such a prancing, ignorant, effeminate fool? Of course he has the cunning of corruption, always knowing what side his bread is buttered on.

        • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 6:33 pm #

          I saw a YouTube clip of Trudeau being sworn into office, grinning and nearly chortling like Sponge Bob Square Pants. Not an impressive fellow, which matches the low IQ lifelong grifter now planning to move into the White House.

          I think the globalists chose such losers to lead us as a way of rubbing our noses in the deep poop and proving they can do whatever they want.

  16. dbrize November 23, 2020 at 10:30 am #

    What a shame. Satire this well done deserves credit. Anonymous, you done good!

    The best satire is done with a tear in the background.

  17. Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:36 am #

    “I could wait a month and then file the fraud claim and everybody would have to roll back the certifications it’s that bad”
    Sidney Powell

    She has the evidence.

    • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 10:41 am #

      Yes Beryl – hope she’s wearing her kevlar corset.

  18. JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 10:38 am #

    Holy cow, Jim. Your burlesque may give these idiots in DC an idea. They may actually do something. Puleeze, they are dangerous enough on their own.

    BTW, what can we do about a virus that has no respect for us at all and every time we let our guard down, even a little, attacks anew.

    The let ‘er rip boys and girls may get their way, no matter what, by default. If the pandemic takes off, we will see. Herd immunity may get its test, amongst the survivors. Sure will take care of the social security funding problem!

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:16 pm #

      97% of the positives are false, John. Your fears are being played upon. In other words, you’re being played.

      They chose this test (which the creator asked them not to do) because it get things wrong in a massive way.

    • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 3:47 pm #

      You can’t do anything. Because it is a virus.

      The good part is, if you get it as a senior citizen, you have a 96 percent chance of surviving and resuming life as normal.

      Then you have plenty of time left to worry about the next War on Terror, Covid, or any other manufactured opponent that is unbeatable by design — but vewy, vewy, scawy.

  19. 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 10:42 am #

    Part of the allure of voting for Trump in ’16 was his disruption and destruction of the moribund GOP.

    This was an added bonus to the principal result of a president Trump: permanent dethronement of Clinton Inc.

    4 years later, where is the flatlined GOP?

    The most vocal, Mittens Romney, a RINO, is a mountebank if there ever was one. His trajectory of privilege derailed by a NY showman.
    Consumed by bitterness with now having his expectation of presidency put off for another 4 years.

    Next, we have Chris Crispy, er.. Chris Corpulenty.. uh, Chubs Christie.. another Northeastern “Republican” -don’t forget Mittens’ roots- pleading for acquiescence. Surrender.

    The GOP is unquestionably dead. It has undeniably capitulated to the hegemony of the DNC, a party that holds the reins of the MIC, the intelligence agencies, the national police, the 4th estate, and the big-tech oligarchs.

    If you ever doubted the legitimacy of the 2 party system, if you ever wondered if it was nothing more than a facade, a symbiotic parasite working together to maintain power, $, and control, you finally have your answer.

    “If a revolution destroys a systematic government, but the systematic patterns of thought that produced that government are left intact, then those patterns will repeat themselves in the succeeding government. There’s so much talk about the system. And so little understanding.”

    Slaves to the system.
    The matrix.

    • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 10:49 am #

      I would add to that, Avatar, that the Bush and Clintons made their peace and became one political dynasty.

      Didn’t we see them acting in concert to grift money “for Haiti” from unsuspecting Americans?

      Jeb allowed that he had better things to do than run for president, he was only there as insurance, to make sure nobody serious got in there and derailed Hillary’s second chance.

      A buffoon knocked Jeb out of the running with a “so low energy” punchline.
      They could not see that the man behaving so clownishly was dead serious.

      • 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 11:00 am #

        As one hanging jawed TV pundit put it 4 years ago, “this man won with a hat, a microphone, and an airplane.”

      • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:28 am #

        Trump’s ascension to the leadership of the conservative side was as a result of the ballot box, not Deep State shenanigans. The people spoke in 2016. He will never be forgiven by the traitors in the GOP for beating them so handily. I hope they never find a home. Trump is the new GOP.

        Buffoon? Or sly like a Fox. Oops, forget Fox.

        You can bet Trump is trying to figure out how to sabotage the Dems during the next four years,

        Like they did him. It will be quite a show as he is much savvier than they are.

        • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 11:49 am #

          He doesn’t seem worried at all right now.
          Sidney says it’s because he released the Kraken, and can now sit back and enjoy the show.

          I wish I had their confidence.

          • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:26 pm #

            He is a troll to the end and causing his enemies pain and confusion is his game.

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 6:51 pm #

            Hunter Biden hears Sidney Powell speak, lifting his delirious, spinning head thinks “They’re releasing more crack? Good, we could all use more crack.” Then once more drifts into the vapors of the lotus cloud.

            Poor Joe, gave his slower boy the simple job of bringing home the money. And he fucked that all up.

    • MC Hammerabi November 23, 2020 at 11:08 am #

      Anonymous was dead on…it ain’t the repubs and dems … now its just the Party.

    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:20 am #

      Even when the GOP won, the Bushes, they asked permission from the DNC to do anything inside the Beltway. Except for the Trump supporters they are the worst examples of cowardly polity in history.

      Supporting Biden socialism and Bernie Marxism. supporting the breakdown of working class economics by opening the border, these GOP turncoats should lose their membership in the party and any further funding.

      Arizona GOP censured John McCain for doing the same maverick s**t, That was before the Mexicans took over Arizona and turned it blue.

      Not conjecture , just fact.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:21 pm #

      Trump should just step over into the Constitution Party if his bid fails. The Republican Party will have just proven itself an adjunct of the uniparty with 70 million voters completely disenfranchised.

      Romney marched with Black Lives Matter. He is one of the most repulsive characters in America. At least AOC has congruence and believes all of her nonsense. Romney believes in nothing except perhaps his Mormonism – and that’s a discredit to Mormonism.

      • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 2:23 pm #

        But he wears Magic Pants! Never takes them off even to go for a swim!

  20. oilie November 23, 2020 at 10:43 am #

    Apparently Jim’s hope springs eternal. Not only is the Biden pay-for-access scheme gone from public awareness, it will stay gone. Tony Bobulinski will disappear from the face of the earth and Hunter’s laptop will quietly decompose within the FBI halls of justice; never to be seen again. The supreme court desperate to avoid the slightest whiff of political bias will not take any case that might disturb the criminal harvest of votes. Pres. Joe will calmly unify us all and we will subsist quietly while waiting for Pres. Kamala to give him a participation certificate.

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  21. trypillian November 23, 2020 at 10:50 am #

    The usa is sinking faster than a 737 in a nosedive.

    • Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 11:02 am #

      Agreed. Stay in the fight though trypillian. If not for the courage of the fearless crew, the Minnow will be lost.

    • 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 11:02 am #

      You must mean 787

      They call it the ‘murican dream ’cause you have to be asleep to believe it”

      • tahoe1780 November 23, 2020 at 11:58 am #

        Homeless guy camped out by wife’s employer commented how happy he was to have a good spot by the dumpster this Thanksgiving. I guess this is the new ‘murican dream – a good spot.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 2:17 pm #

          Now that’s a breath of fresh air (so to speak). Someone who can appeciate the little things. And I’d imagine dumpsters are quite the treasure trove after the holidays.

          • thirdcoastlegend November 23, 2020 at 3:47 pm #

            It’s the same in Muslim countries during Ramadan.

    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:32 am #

      You know, you are right.

      Evidence is that the world is just sitting waiting to take us down. Will not be hard, our prevailing party is going to hand them the gun.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:24 pm #

        The Chinese will protect us once we become a colony and protectorate. Collaborators will be well rewarded.

        • thirdcoastlegend November 23, 2020 at 3:47 pm #

          Uh, collaborators have already been well rewarded.

  22. moflo November 23, 2020 at 11:07 am #


    A whiff of desperation this morning.

    Really? The president’s “strike force” lets over 30 rulings against them go by without submitting any evidence of fraud? They’re just biding their time?

    They are a “crack” legal team alright. Rudy is just dying to show the evidence.

    Ms. Powell really has the goods. Someone who used to be familiar with Venezuelan politics says the US 2020 election is “eerily similar” to what happened ten years ago in Caracas. Now that is certain to sway the Supreme court.

    Trump lost. More people voted for Biden. The country is in terrible shape and we don’t have the time for pouting. Buck up.

    • MC Hammerabi November 23, 2020 at 11:12 am #

      moflo – after four years of endless bitching by the MSM about “Russians” manipulating facebook to influence the 2016 election, if you don’t have the patience to sort out whether in this morbidly corrupt system there is evidence of the voting fraud we all know is happening (and probably has happened for as long as voting has gone on)…well then you can just f*ck off.

    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:38 am #


      Close your eyes.

      Now imagine what will happen if What the Trump team has is true.

      Now open your eyes, what do you think is going to happen next?

      If it ends up it is a manipulated coup, TSHTF big time.

      Inevitably, the civil war is going to happen, regardless of who actually won the election.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 2:22 pm #

      ” The country is in terrible shape and we don’t have the time for pouting. Buck up.”

      Ah, the old Clinton “what does it matter anymore, that was then, this is now” defense.

      I agree the legal team is leaving a lot to be (publicly) desired. But I’m tired of people just saying everyone has to accept it because Fox News said it happened, and then everyone else agreed, with not one state’s certified and many under contest. Especially coming from

      Couldn’t care (much) less if Biden steps into the big boy comfy chair or not. Clinton herself said last month that Biden should under no circumstances concede no matter the results. The fix is in both ways, at least in perspective. I’d love to hear someone tell me Biden’s team wouldn’t be doing the exact same gottdamn thing right now…high road, my ass.

    • cbeard November 23, 2020 at 4:35 pm #

      I simply don’t believe more votes went to Biden. It had to be fraud. The adage that says you can never go broke betting against the stupidity of the American electorate comes to mind though.

      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 9:10 pm #

        Sounds like the basis for an evidential affidavit for Rudi’s collection.

  23. Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 11:07 am #

    I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the Market Ticker guy, who has been on top of the COVID 1984 hysteria since it started.

    Today he is digging deeper into the testing fraud.
    I personally am trying to get some enterprising local reporter to, you know, investigate and report on this phenomenon, but a surprising number of these people do not understand that this is their job, even the ones who are old enough that they should know better.

    I guess they are of the ghetto ‘snitches get stitches’ philosophy.

    Proof Of A Systemic Racket In Covid19 Testing

    • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 12:07 pm #

      The PCR test is central.

      Italian scientist Stefano Scoglio describes it well, from 2hrs 19 mins onwards.


      He shares the view that it is related to the financial crisis (2hrs 32mins).

      PCR 2hrs 44, and 2.47.20.

      What I like about him is that he actually understands the studies and read them and that he is very logical.

      • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 12:50 pm #

        I saved it. Thanks.

        • Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 2:50 pm #

          See my reply above to hmuller where I summarize the arguments of the extreme virus sceptics The Corona Auschsuss have come ot the same conclusioins as myself. I think the farce over Prof Christian Drosten may have clinched it for them. you really could not make it up. One of the things that interests me is that it is not enough for these fantasies to be mistaken or just flat wrong. No, they always have to end up being absurd on a grand scale. It is as if we are being teased.

    • abbybwood November 23, 2020 at 2:58 pm #

      My son shared this video of a pro-football player who tests negative for Covid19 regularly getting a call from some official entity telling him he has tested positive:


  24. Ishabaka November 23, 2020 at 11:16 am #

    Correction: Kamala Harris doesn’t giggle – she sneers – a tell for psychopathic personality disorder. I became convinced she’s a psychopath when I watched her take apart poor Old White Joe Biden in the debate with her “I’m a poor little Black girl victim” malarkey about being bussed as a child – while poor Old White Joe Biden could only stand there looking poleaxed. I’m not a Biden supporter, but I’ll bet my bottom dollar he has never been a racist, as Harris alleged. It showed me she would do ANYTHING, and didn’t care WHO she hurt in order to further her agenda.

    • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:32 pm #

      I would bet Joe Biden has always been a racist.
      Most Democrats are and deep down most humans are.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 8:17 pm #

        Yes, and job of the political system is not to make us other than what we are. A Nation is by definition and thus ideally, one organic people. And that means one race by definition.

        Xenophobia is normal. Xenophillia or anti-racism is a disease.

  25. Pucker November 23, 2020 at 11:20 am #

    It may go “Full On” Evil next year? These people are truly, whacked out, Bat Shit crazy…. They even use terms like “Dominion Voting Systems, Inc.”, and “Reset”, and “Dark Winter”, and they blithely, obtusely, and smugly lie right to your face. It’s very weak-minded, ignorant, and banal. It’s very Evil.

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    • Disaffected November 23, 2020 at 11:33 am #

      It’s also been very effective, so far at least. When it comes to lying, they learned their lessons from Bush/Cheney well: go REALLY, REALLY big, or don’t go at all!

      • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:40 am #

        Very good!

  26. 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 11:22 am #

    Welcome to the epoch of peak cognitive dissonance where we can see a majority of the population gravitating towards comforting lies over unpleasant truths.

    As to be expected.
    It is their nature.

    Yet most of us have known this, and are perhaps prepared for it.

    But the others?
    How will they react when the curtain is finally pulled back with the ensuing court battles?

    As the author ask, “Think that’s going away?”

    Yes, it will.

    One thing we can count on is the majority of people electing to suspend disbelief. To keep the show going. To compartmentalize those unpleasant truths, to tuck them away, deep in the back, somewhere between death and a lifetime of what-ifs.

    A phenomenon throughout human history.
    Avoidance of reality.
    Avoidance of truth.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:28 pm #

      Do you lock your door when you leave your house or apartment? Why since humans are ambulatory?

      You do? Cognitive dissonance. Your viewpoints anent nationalism and borders are thus disproven.

      • 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 1:43 pm #

        Do you think a Comanche would let a tribe member slip under the buffalo skin with his squaw?

        There are always boundaries
        You confuse the two.

        But we know how confused you are.

  27. White House Staffmonkey November 23, 2020 at 11:30 am #

    Hard to imagine that Mr. Giuliani would sacrifice his reputation on some kind of bluff? What a joke. Anyone getting into bed with Trump at this point has long lost any shred of legitimacy or good reputation. Giuliani has behaved as a hack for so long now, he’s shed any remnants of good reputation he once had. Powell is so plainly a whack-job wing-nut that we needn’t even consider her, just as she’s proven too cuckoo for Trump’s legal effort, now disowned.

    These are not serious people, they’re gutter hacks entertaining paranoid delusions they’ve stoked during too many hours on the toilet scrolling through fantastical internet screeds.

    These fools are indeed bringing a whiffle bat to a gun fight, because like Trump, none of this has anything to do with proving a massive fraud that threw the election to Biden, which they can’t do because it didn’t happen. It’s all about undermining Biden’s win in a way Trump felt his own popular-loser vote, and claims of Russian interference, undermined his 2016 win.

    And it’s about Trump’s dangerous mental state — a trapped animal, crazed and bleeding, who once had been able to bully his way through life without being held to account. He’s a sick bastard, who never had any interest in actually presiding over the nation. We’re going to have to cauterize this wound with as little bloodletting as possible. We can do it, but low-information dipshits who spend too much time in right-wing echo chambers are going to find the slap of reality a cold sting on the face.

    • 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 11:45 am #


    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:46 am #

      We shall see.

      Proving the allegations of many poll workers that the Team has, will bring on the second civil war.

      Talk about mixed emotions.

      Like watching your mother in law drive over a cliff in your new Cadillac.

      • feralandroid November 23, 2020 at 12:16 pm #

        “Like watching your mother in law drive over a cliff in your new Cadillac.”

        This is great. Perfectly sums up my feelings.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:31 pm #

      See the Carter/Baker report on election fraud in the early 2000’s. They saw the problem, at least apart from the machine angle. This whole thing could have been avoided if we had taken this report seriously.

      If you are presuming that election fraud isn’t a problem, you are not a serious person. Just another Democrat who wants to win by any means necessary, invoking the ethos of war against your fellow citizens.

  28. BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 11:37 am #

    Trouble with Harris is she’s not even too popular with Dems; when she dropped out of the primaries I believe her support hovered around 2%. Not that popular support matters all that much anymore, as we are seeing now.


    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:38 pm #

      The pretense of Democracy is fading like the mist before the warmth of the sun. Now we see clearly the mailed ranks that stand before us. What would Marse Robert say? Let’s give those blue bellies what for. Will you come?

      If you can talk you can sing and if you can walk you can dance and if you can dance you can run and if you can run you can charge.

  29. Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 11:43 am #

    Not that I raised the topic for debate, but vaccine safety is a legitimate inquiry:

    Rush To Produce, Sell Vaccine Put Kids In Philippines At Risk

    “For some children, the vaccine didn’t seem to work. In fact, Halstead says, it appeared to be harmful. When those kids caught dengue after being vaccinated, the vaccine appeared to worsen the disease in some instances. Specifically, for children who had never been exposed to dengue, the vaccine seemed to increase the risk of a deadly complication called plasma leakage syndrome, in which blood vessels start to leak the yellow fluid of the blood.”

    BTW, Al Sharpton, the MSM’s creation, is claiming that the new COVID vaccine may be some kind of hoax perpetrated on the Black Man.
    The Democrats are firmly for and against mass, mandatory vaccination for the bat virus.

    • BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 11:46 am #

      Al Sharpton thinks everything is a hoax perpetrated on the black man, including his massive unpaid tax bill, and the founding of the country itself.

    • JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:49 am #

      This is what happens with selective attention and memory, only hearing and remembering what you want to agree with.

      A product of the stupidification of the US population. The reason for the ascension of the MSM.

    • malthuss November 23, 2020 at 1:32 pm #

      I think the pandemic is fake. Where are the 2.2 million deaths that were suppose to happen, in 2020, from Corona?

  30. Pucker November 23, 2020 at 12:04 pm #

    Sidney Powell may have withdrawn as one of the Trump Campaign lawyers because the interests of her Christian, patriot clients may be entirely be aligned with a bloke who likes to run off and play golf?

    I don’t know any big “Golfers”. Are big Golfers serious people?

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    • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 12:17 pm #

      Sidney was never one of the campaign lawyers. Nothing has changed.

    • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 12:22 pm #

      They say golf was invented by bored Scottish shepherds hitting rocks into rabbit holes. I say play it in the original manner – with walking sticks, natural rabbit holes, irregularly shaped rocks, rabbits scurrying away with brain concussions, and most importantly while wearing kilts. (No underwear, that’s for sissies afraid to let the cold wind blow)

      • Soul Forensics November 23, 2020 at 3:35 pm #


        The late writer Farley Mowat, on a talk show, was asked by the host whether he wore his kilt in the traditional manner, or with underwear. Without a word, Mowat rose from his chair, turned around, and flipped up his kilt to reveal to the audience his pasty Scottish ass.

        Mark Twain: “Golf: a good walk spoilt.”

        I used to play the game until one needed a second mortgage to pay for a round.

  31. MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 12:11 pm #

    They don’t get to take Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tired of this tosspot of skewed bureaucractic nonsense.

    The goal is not to protect us in any way (if it was they would, oh, I don’t know, suggest sunlight, exercise, Vitamin C & D and Zinc instead of isolation, ordering in and Netflix). The goal is to separate and divide us, both in person and idealogically. Two camps: those who obey while pretending to truly believe the severity of everything our leaders tout…and those who are now to be viewed as public enemies.

    Plus, we don’t need them to take the holiday dinner away from us…our family members have already done that by feeling chastised for traveling and sitting face-to-face with grandma. We are doing dinner two hours away with my brother-in-law and his family of 4. Usually a 30-person get together. My kid goes to preschool a few days a week. He’s got all the germs (which is a good thing, for crying out loud). We all go to the store from time to time. I get it if the elders would not like to be exposed to those out there in the soup, but everyone else?

    I don’t know about your grandmas, but mine is 95, alone in a nursing home and ready to go to God. That’s the saddest part of all of this. For all her outward sweetness on the phone, Grandma’s gotta be just friggin’ *pissed* at the way her last years are being taken from her.

    Eat a big’un, governor.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 12:13 pm #

      Oops, typo. *ideologically

    • Beryl of Oyl November 23, 2020 at 12:22 pm #

      Sorry about your grandmother.

      Asymptomatic transmission of this virus is not a thing, either, as most of the elite forcing restrictions on the rest of us already know.

      Witness Gavin Newsom yukking it up with “health care professionals” in close proximity, at a chichi restaurant.
      He told the rest of California to pull their masks back up between bites.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 12:46 pm #

        Thanks, Beryl. Our elders are sitting behind closed glass doors, only able to talk to the very families they raised via phone and pressed-glass smiles. Very glad mine got to meet my boy in person before all of this. At least we have pictures of them playing in person.

        And yes, Newsom can go right to the peat bogs as far as I’m concernced. He’ll get his someday when judged by the almighty, I’d imagine. I don’t live in CA, but our governor (like most) is ecstatic to to try and emulate CA, WA and OR as much as humanly possible.

        • messianicdruid November 23, 2020 at 11:11 pm #

          “…with the real action yet to come.”

          Clamouring for evidence is like asking to see your opponent’s cards before calling, or raising the bet.

          • messianicdruid November 23, 2020 at 11:15 pm #

            Mr. Mango said, “He’ll get his someday when judged by the almighty, I’d imagine.”

            Read Obadiah, it is prophetic.

      • GreenAlba November 23, 2020 at 1:28 pm #

        “Asymptomatic transmission of this virus is not a thing, either”

        So is it being spread by stupid symptomatic people who don’t know to stay at home? Or are they doing it deliberately?

        Seems to me that if asymptomatic transmission weren’t a thing, it would have been fixable within a couple of months. Like its earlier, more dangerous cousin, which genuinely wasn’t transmitted asymptomatically.

        • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:49 pm #

          There you go again, grasping at straws and anomalies. It’s very rare. One doesn’t make policy based on rarities. If you want to be a mask weirdo that’s your right. There have always been a few. Old England used to call such people, “nutters”.

          • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 4:52 pm #

            Modern England would also still call you a ‘nutter’, Yoho.

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 7:02 pm #

            Freddie, we old people who grew up before the age of social media care more about being true to our convictions than what others may think of us or call us. It’s actually a form of freedom you’ll never know, checking all day on how many “likes” your latest post received. God forbid anyone call you a nutter! LOL

          • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 9:18 pm #

            hmuller – I suspect I’m as old as you and I certainly don’t have a Farcebook page to check for ‘likes’ or any other such distraction.

            Yoha apparently thinks that ‘nutter’ is some antiquated term. It isn’t.

            Even aside from that, many of his statements are certainly in the ‘nutter universe’ of weird and Green Alba, the resident Scot, would probably agree with me.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 2:29 pm #

          GA, you neglected the second part of Beryl’s asymptomatic comment…the part about Newson sitting with a dozen others around a table in a fine dining establishment for an otherwise-banned dinner, none wearing masks. That was his point…if they actually believed they were in danger, they wouldn’t do that.

          • thirdcoastlegend November 23, 2020 at 3:52 pm #

            Leftist deities Dr. Fauci and WHO reps are both on video saying asymptomatic spread is not a pandemic driver.

          • GreenAlba November 26, 2020 at 12:06 pm #


            I don’t follow your Fauci chap the way you do, but it took me seconds to find out that he said that in January, when people had much less of a clue about the virus.


            He seems to have changed his mind, following the development of information about virus spread.


            “”I am concerned about the interpretation of these recommendations and worried it will give people the incorrect assumption that asymptomatic spread is not of great concern. In fact it is.”

            Changing your mind as knowledge increases is what scientists do. Or should do.

          • GreenAlba November 26, 2020 at 12:09 pm #


            I didn’t ‘neglect’ – I was merely commenting on what was an arguable point regarding asymptomatic transmission, and didn’t think I had to respond to everything in a post.

            I don’t know anything more about Gavin Newsom than I read on here. He sounds both dishonest and possibly thick to boot. But I haven’t looked closely. 🙂

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 2:30 pm #


          “So is it being spread by stupid symptomatic people who don’t know to stay at home? Or are they doing it deliberately?”

          Yes. As for the next question, in some cases, yes.

          • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:38 pm #

            As evidence the assholes licking door knobs opening tubs of Ice cream and licking them and spitting in your food.

          • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 4:02 pm #

            Speaking of stupid, today after dropping my car off at the local mechanic (maskless in the shop, I might add), I saw a guy riding a bike with a mask on. He was huffing and puffing and swerving all over the trail due to a lack of oxygen to his brain.

            I then wondered if this lack of oxygen was also the reason why his particular brain thought it wise to ride a bike with a bacteria-laden rag on his face.

            It would be funny were it no so tragic.

            But then I thought of Dr. Algae and laughed anyways.

    • sophia November 23, 2020 at 1:46 pm #


      The utter cruelty of it all really shows the evil of their agenda.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:46 pm #

      I could never be involved with a woman who does power walking. It’s just something about the unnatural gait that sickens me and implies quite a bit about their personality. Ditto for people who wears masks in their cars or out hiking or taking a walk. They’re weirdos, true believers, fools, tools, toadies, and virtue signalers.

      I can understand walking fast or jogging for exercise. But power walking is something beyond that.

      • elysianfield November 23, 2020 at 7:05 pm #

        “I could never be involved with a woman who does power walking.”


        I’d rather be charitable and call you deluded than a disingenuous metro-sexual gender non-specific….

        • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 8:21 pm #

          Is this what you think power walking is?

          • elysianfield November 24, 2020 at 6:00 pm #

            I know what “power walking is”…she could moon walk, for all I care….

          • Yohannon November 26, 2020 at 1:15 pm #

            So go stalk her. You’re obsessed. Just be drunk when you do. Plausible denia-hillbilly. Don’t bathe or shave for a couple of days either. She’ll love it!

          • elysianfield November 26, 2020 at 6:02 pm #

            “Don’t bathe or shave for a couple of days either. She’ll love it!”

            Check, and check.

  32. Urbanhillbilly November 23, 2020 at 12:25 pm #

    Is it possible Sidney is correct?
    Can one person take on the entire nasty machine alone?
    If she succeeds it will be the modern day miracle.
    I hope she has excellent security.
    Talk about a target.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:53 pm #

      She is correct and will be destroyed. The Trump team is already distancing themselves from her it seems. Too radical. The whole system includes a lot of Republican donors and allies of Trump. They don’t want it brought down even if they are really for Trump.

      Satan is King of this World and all system partake of him I’m afraid. The longer they last, the worst they get, typically. Certainly unless they are drastically reformed periodically. When was the last time our System was cleaned out?

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 1:56 pm #

        Rush: Many say it’s a head fake and that freed from the Team, she can do things that they won’t (can’t) officially condone.

        Can Satan be tricked? Maybe they’re trying to do that.

        • HapMan November 23, 2020 at 3:03 pm #

          Forget about what Rush says. Sydney Powell is an obvious fraud. How many times do you need to be shown that, right in front of your face, before you accept it?

          There is no shame in being defrauded, truly. She is an A-list fraudster. But at some point, you make a choice to acknowledge that you have been duped and learn from it. Or you stick your head in the sand and keep making the same mistake again and again and again.

          The cost of this mistake isn’t your money or property (unless you have been induced to contribute to the Trump campaign/PAC operation), but it is your grasp of reality, which is even more precious.

          Powell will not be bringing evidence of anything of significance in court. It’s not going to happen.

          When it doesn’t happen, it won’t be because of some deeper plan, some 3D chess moves, whatever.

          It will be because there is nothing there. Just the empty, inflammatory media-savvy chicanery that has become the calling card of the Trump-era right.

          Have your reactionary political views. Let’s debate those and try to persuade each other. Fine, and god bless.

          But it should not be a shock to anyone that Trump lost a free and fair election against a former VP.

          • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 3:16 pm #

            If he has lost fairly, we will accept it. Unlike your side which did not accept Trump’s election. But first we have to investigate to see if he did in fact, lose. You don’t have a problem with that, do you? You seem to. And that doesn’t say anything good about you or you people. And by you people I mean you people. You are a hive mind, one opposed to all the traditions of Western Culture and thus to Western Culture.

          • HapMan November 23, 2020 at 3:38 pm #

            Investigate if there is a rational basis to think fraud has occurred.

            Trump was saying for months before the election that if he lost it would only be because of fraud.

            Then he duly lost and claimed fraud.

            You can’t just say whatever shit you want and then demand an investigation.

            But sure enough, his highly motivated lawyers have been “investigating” and have so far been laughed out of court.

            Let’s keep investigating, by all means.

            And as far as that last statement of yours – characteristically shrill, grandiose and evidence-free.

          • Night Owl November 23, 2020 at 4:03 pm #

            The HalfMan has returned to entertain us.

          • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 5:57 pm #

            Fauci pontificated last week about masks: Vaccination will not end masking. You want to be COMPLETELY safe, right? It continues – since you might be one of the supposed five percent for whom it doesn’t work.

            So I was right and you were wrong…..

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 7:15 pm #

            I know very little about Ms Powell, HapMan. so enlighten me. You use a lot of space to keep telling us she is “an obvious fraud”, but provide not one example to back that up.

            You accuse others of verbosity without evidence!? How quaint.

          • HapMan November 23, 2020 at 9:21 pm #


            I am aware of Fauci’s statement in the NYT interview of a few days ago where, in response to a question about getting rid of masks, he talked about running vaccines and other measures (like masking) concurrently for a while and then getting back to normal by the third or fourth quarter of next year. I can tell you that, barring any surprises, I’m expecting to get vaccinated as soon as I can and dispense with mask wearing soon thereafter. It’s about balancing risks and benefits, not “completely” this or that. I think what I said previously to you is that the masks would go away post vaccine, and unless you want to hair split I don’t think Fauci said anything fundamentally different, although he clearly expressed it in cautious language.


            Trump has been talking about fraud for months. His FBI and DOJ, as well as Republican state AGs, had ample time to get on top of this serious and supposed widespread criminal activity pre-election. Post-election, no criminal charges alleging voter fraud have been filed anywhere, to my knowledge.

            His lawyers have said one thing to the press and another thing in court, and have repeatedly been told by judges from across the political spectrum to, in so many words, get the fuck out of their courtrooms, due the weak nature of their “evidence” and legal arguments. Read the opinions – they’re all online!

            Powell has said a whole bunch of things on the boob tube – things that are fantastical on their face – and she was quickly disassociated by the entire Trump team. So I’m not the only one who is less than impressed by what she says to the TV cameras.

            All of this is playing out in an environment where Trump has a hard core, devoted, and conspiracy-minded following that desperately wants to believe that something, anything, happened other than Trump simply losing an election.

            So if you want to believe that Powell is on the level, be my guest. The bottom line is whatever she does – or doesn’t – produce in court. Because she can bullshit on TV but she can’t bullshit in court.

            And that’s why she will very soon find some excuse for dropping or severely cutting back her claims, at least as far as the courtroom door.

          • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 11:46 am #

            It’s about that? Really? Actually it’s about whatever they say it’s about. That’s what a vote for Biden meant, ninny. And you think the mask weirdos are just going to take them off now, after they’ve been terrorized? And you don’t think the Elite enjoy having that kind of power?

            He said what he said. And he is one of their spokesmen. I hope you’re right but I believe you’re wrong. They aren’t going to relent. And it was never really about public health.

          • hmuller November 24, 2020 at 12:12 pm #

            OK HapMan, to sum up, you have your opinions, no evidence.

  33. Roundball Shaman November 23, 2020 at 12:31 pm #

    “… Hillary lost to Mr. Trump via the inside straight of his bagging the swing states electoral votes without winning the national popular vote. They sure weren’t going to let that happen again, and thus the weird spectacle this time of wee hour vote-tallying suspensions followed by improbable ballot pump-and-dumps in favor of Ol’ White Joe Biden…”

    Time to declare the November election invalid and void. Time for a entire re-do. This time, no mail-in voting. No absentee voting. None of that. If you can’t get your body down to the polls, tough luck. And NO computerized vote tallies. Good-old paper ballots only that will be hand counted with overseers watching each County Clerk’s office public servant to see that the vote is put into the right column.

    Computerized voting is forever tarnished and suspect and void due to the hackability or the black-box programming funny business of the technology. If this crap does not stop here and now, then the phony ceremony of a fake and empty so-called democratic process has no reason whatsoever to go on and no one should participate in this pointless ritual.

    “Meanwhile, have a lovely Home Alone Thanksgiving, if you are dutifully following the orders of Governors Cuomo, Pritzker, Whitmer, Murphy, and Newsom.”

    This year, We the People have become the turkeys being carved up by laughingly named “Elected Public Officials” who make Hitlerian rules for the people and then ignore them for themselves and their fellow grifters. They continue to stuff us with raw fanatical edicts and threats as they indulge and act out the worst of their tyrant fantasies. They add a side-dish of Wokesterisms and virtue signaling about wearing pieces of cloth over our pie holes while they keep the real sweet rich pie for themselves and hope that we choke on our own toxic air discharge that builds up around our covered noses. We need to give a big thanks to these power-mad “public servants” for showing us who and what they really are underneath all the polished words and polished shoes and polished mannerisms. All of that is cover for the ugliness within.

    On a happier note, a big happy Thanksgiving to our blog host and to all who courageously gather here to observe the course of the ongoing sinking of Titanic America. Gobble gobble, glug glug.

    • sprawlcapital November 23, 2020 at 1:05 pm #

      TS, you state here perfectly what must be done if we are to continue having elections.

      i just learned that Biden plans to appoint a Latino immigrant as Secretary of Homeland Security. Does this mean there will be an open border policy?

      Border security was a major reason why I voted for Trump. That and law and order. And America First, of course.

      • sprawlcapital November 23, 2020 at 1:07 pm #

        RS, sorry.

      • BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 2:43 pm #

        Yes, and look for Black Muslim and hater of all things white, Keith Ellison, as AG.

        Once officer Chauvin is acquitted on state charges in Minnesota, AG Ellison will try to get Chauvin on Federal Civil Rights charges.

        And he will be acquitted there too, seeing as how George Floyd — St George — was dosed to the gills on fentanyl, meth, THC and alcohol.


      • Amman November 23, 2020 at 2:45 pm #

        I would say a part of you knows the answer to your own question.

      • cbeard November 23, 2020 at 4:57 pm #

        Border security was the only thing that got Trump elected.

  34. wm5135 November 23, 2020 at 12:37 pm #

    Please reference Theodore Parker (1810-1860) to find the origin of the arc of the moral universe perspective. Mr. Parker is the source for words paraphrased and spoken by Mr. Lincoln and Dr. King.

    “Shoot low boys, they’re riding Shetland ponies” Little Jimmy Dickens

  35. 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 12:52 pm #

    Why did Pelosi and her colleagues, including those in the media, those moderating the debates, plant the seed?

    A long time ago.

    Why did they ask Trump if he was going to accept the results?
    Repeatedly. Without qualification.
    Specifically ask Donald.

    Why did the media runaway with the non-story about Trump’s supposed equivocation?
    Why did it have to become a story?

    Why were the infotainment believing Americans parroting them? Trump will not accept the results.

    Why was it important to plant this meme, this idea, early? What was the objective?

    Well it is clear. It is to ensure that people remember that Trump was never going to accept the results. It’s a buffer. An insurance policy. A disinformation trap.
    It makes certain that people associate Trump’s disallowance of a “smooth” transition before they process the steal.
    It’s 100% preemptive.

    The manipulation on display is abhorrent. More so because so few are able to identify it.

    Gas-lighting ensues. Trump is crazy. A dictator. You hate to lose, don’t you Donny? Your followers are fascists.
    He was going to do this all along, and we told you. This is what fascists do.

    Over and over.
    Over time, 4 years of, it’s acute.

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    • sophia November 23, 2020 at 1:53 pm #


      Except fascists and dictators always have the media under control, whereas the media is 92% negative toward Trump.

      Yes, those absurd lines of questioning alerted me that something was up.

      • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 5:09 pm #

        I would venture a guess that Trump was allowed to win in 2016, much the same as every other major modern (s)election. The purpose? To divide the country into two nearly irreconcilable camps. Makes moving forward after that much simpler.

        “Oh, you’re one o’ them…your opinion and your prospects are dismissed. Next!”

        Civil unrest can only follow with such a societal base.

        • Night Owl November 24, 2020 at 3:43 am #

          You watch too much Pockets of the Future. Paul’s judgment is clouded on any issue related to Trump.

      • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 11:47 am #

        The Fascists have almost no media. Fascism is different from Plutocracy. 180 degrees different. Get it straight.

    • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 5:06 pm #

      Spot on. Can you imagine being one of the people who actually knew it was already “taken care of”, the ones in charge of dripping talking points to the media? Must’ve been fun watching (from on high) the entire year leading up to the election, everyone going on about their business, campaign centers buzzing, people thinking they were actually contributing?

      What a colossal waste of time, energy and funds.

      I never used to understand why power was something people craved. You can be rich and have the things you want. But with power, well…you get to have the things you want *and* get away with anything you want, to boot.

      • 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 8:50 pm #

        And there lies the mind of the sociopath.
        AKA our leaders.

  36. Htruth November 23, 2020 at 12:53 pm #

    Michigan Board Of State Canvassers Live Broadcast Starts 1:00 PM: https://americanyellowvest.wpcomstaging.com/2020/11/23/michigans-board-of-state-canvassers-live-broasdcast-100-pm/

  37. Pucker November 23, 2020 at 1:30 pm #

    I asked the kids at the lunch table today what they thought of the name “Dominion Voting Systems, Inc.”?

    They replied: “They probably just thought that Dominion is a really Cool name?”

    The Society is Nuts….

    • Pucker November 23, 2020 at 1:41 pm #

      It’s very banal and obtuse now. Very Evil….

      If you try to raise the subject of Religion and the possibility of Evil, then the kids laugh at you and think that you’re a giant idiot.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 2:11 pm #

        You ask them? Did you ever bring them to church? Treating children like equals is liberal folly. You’re supposed to shape them in a general moral and intellectual way, with respect for their individual differences of course. If they reject it later, then it’s on them. Then you can at least know you did your best.

        • Pucker November 23, 2020 at 2:28 pm #

          They’re not my kids.

          • Pucker November 23, 2020 at 2:53 pm #

            I think that it would be tough to have kids now? What would you tell them? The Truth?

            “Hey kid, you’ve got no future.”

            Do you remember the Sandy Hook Shooter, Alan Lanza? He came from an affluent family. He was addicted to violent computer games. It seems that what set him off was when his crazy single parent mom, Nancy, broke the news to him that he would never be able to join the Marine Corps because he was too crazy. The first person that Alan Lanza shot was his mom before then shooting up a school of first graders. Nancy bought him all of the guns and ammo as a way to connect emotionally with her son.

            Alan Lanza’s dad later said that he thought that his kid was evil. The people of Newtown later burned everything except the fixtures in the Lanza house and then razed the house to the ground in order to prevent people from collecting souvenirs. Crazy society….

          • Pucker November 23, 2020 at 3:06 pm #

            “Hey, kid. Do you know that the most feminine girl in your class is a transgender boy? That’s confusing.”

          • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 3:10 pm #

            Good idea. The Russian Orthodox excommunicated a Priest who performed a gay marriage and then burned the chapel. Otherwise Satanists would have luxuriated there. As Stephen King says, Evil attracts Evil.

        • Amman November 23, 2020 at 3:05 pm #

          Treating children like equals is…folly. – Nice one

  38. holdfastspike November 23, 2020 at 1:39 pm #

    Its not that complicated, China simply wanted Trump gone.

    • Amman November 23, 2020 at 2:17 pm #

      Really? I never knew. Too bad JHK overlooked this simple point, yes?

  39. messianicdruid November 23, 2020 at 1:53 pm #

    “…with the real action yet to come.”

    Clamouring for evidence is like asking to see your opponent’s cards before matching, or raising the bet.

  40. Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 2:37 pm #


    CEO of Qantas. Thus it begins. That didn’t take long, did it? You may never be forced to take it – you’ll just die under a bridge if you don’t. So an airline could choose to serve people who don’t take it? Doubt it. The entire industry would turn against them, perhaps denying them fuel, blacklisting pilots and mechanics, etc.

    Some say this vaccine is not like others. It changes you, or will do so in concert with other things that will be coming soon. Anglin advises bribing a 3rd World Doc to say you got it. That might work for now, but not once the chip is in, setting off alarums if not enabled.

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    • Amman November 23, 2020 at 3:01 pm #

      COVID 19 means Certificate of Vacination – ID/19. COVID 23 means blah blah blah… That’s a lot of bribing.

      • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 7:32 pm #

        I can’t claim to know for a fact what they’ll put in that “vaccine”, but I suspect it’s not something good. You don’t have to use brute force and coercion to make people accept something good.

        First, we refusniks will be denied international travel. Then it will be interstate travel, going to work, going shopping, eventually leaving your home will be a privilege denied. Need any medical care? Stop resisting the Mark of the Beast! Next, they cut off your electricity and water to force compliance.

        Sound like the ravings of a nutter? Look how far down that road we’ve come in the past year. Going to church is now a privilege which they can allow or disallow. We have no rights. Apparently, all this time the Constitution had a “flu bug nullification” clause no one knew about.

    • Q. Shtik November 23, 2020 at 5:59 pm #

      setting off alarums


      archaic term for alarm.

      Sometimes Yoha likes being archaic.

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 8:25 pm #

        Anything anent alarums really sets the old boy off like an alarum from a grandfather clock.

  41. qwyjibo November 23, 2020 at 2:43 pm #

    I don’t think you understand how appeals to the Supreme Court work, Jim. On appeal, one cannot assert new evidence that was unavailable to the trial court. The time to show the evidence has come and gone, and Rudy not providing any evidence is demonstrative that none exists.

    • Amman November 23, 2020 at 2:54 pm #

      Show evidence to who?

    • Pucker November 23, 2020 at 3:36 pm #

      The Plaintiffs were never given an opportunity to submit evidence since the case was dismissed at the Complaint stage. Evidence is obtained and then admitted to the court much later in the Discovery stage. During the Discovery stage, the Plaintiffs have the right to depose witnesses such as the Dominion Voting Systems, Inc. executives who seemingly have absconded.


      • benr November 23, 2020 at 3:49 pm #

        Good luck anyone who was someone in Dominion has gone into hiding and for what looks like good reason.
        The torches and pitch forks are being readied.

        • Night Owl November 24, 2020 at 3:45 am #

          One of their top people was just outed as being involved with Paul Ryan.

          The swamp.

      • qwyjibo November 23, 2020 at 4:10 pm #

        Where in their pleadings did they raise this issue? It wasn’t in the Pennsylvania federal case that was dismissed over the weekend. Dominion isn’t mentioned at all in the Court’s opinion, the operative complaint, or the campaign’s proposed amended complaint. You need to make the claim in the complaint to put the issue properly before the Court.

        • MrMangoOnMyShoulder November 23, 2020 at 5:23 pm #

          They haven’t submitted to the Supreme Court yet, have they? In which case, what’s the point here?

          • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 6:59 pm #

            I don’t believe anyone can just ‘submit’ to the SC. As I understand it, one can only appeal against a lower court decision, and even then, there are layers of courts between the first suit and the SC.

            But first, it requires a DECISION against one of the Trump Campaign’s suits in order to have a right to seek to appeal. That has not yet happened as the cases to date have been declined to be heard by the various judges.

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 7:36 pm #

            If it wants, the Supreme Court can issue a Writ of Mandamus and decide cases.

          • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 8:16 pm #

            Thanks, hmuller. An interesting read. Would it be LIKELY that SCOTUS would do so ever, let alone in this case?

          • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 10:01 pm #

            I don’t know how many times the US Supreme Court has issued a writ of mandamus, but it has happened. In a case like this, it is very possible because if certain electoral procedures and deadlines are not met, chaos will ensue.

      • FreddieMars November 23, 2020 at 7:03 pm #

        Pucker, so how is a Complaint assayed? What needs to be presented to convince a judge to hear the case at an Evidentiary stage?

  42. Sean Coleman November 23, 2020 at 3:02 pm #

    Veteran clinical practitoner Dr Claus Kohnlein and journalist Torsten Engelbrecht worte a book a few years ago called Virus Wahn (Virus Madness). i would love to read it. I must try and summarize my understanding of it when I get a few minutes. It focusses on AIDS but also takes in other disease including Polio (they dispute the Polio virus explanation but see ithe symptoms as being caused by poison).

    However AIDS is a remarkable parallel to ‘Covid’ because it is an imaginary condition (they say), now compassing up to 29 conditions which were already in existence. Kohnlein was a junior doctor working on a cancer ward and a patient dying of lymphatic cancer was given a PCR (I think) test and showed positive for HIV. The cause of death was announced as AIDS. There is a hilarious video on Bitchut of Kary Mullis asking Nobel Prize winner Dr Luc Montaignet what evidence there was that HIV causes AIDS. And, like Covid back in April it was the treatment that killed the patients. AZT had been trialed for use against cancer but it showed itself to be too dangeous. Panicked patients agreed to take it in a desperate attempt to escape the scourge of AIDS, which they understood to be a death sentence, and they died, ‘despite’ the treatment.

    I understand that between 30 and 50 per cent of those with a positive PCR test this time round (Covid) showed no symptoms (just as with HIV) and roughly vice-versa, many who ‘had it’ showed up negative.

  43. Amman November 23, 2020 at 3:17 pm #

    On a day or two before Thanksgiving, we can sum up that a US Presidential election took place, that at least 5 pro-Trump states get bushwhacked and the people behind it are awaiting the response from the violated side post-discovery. Meanwhile, the GOP leadership is in stealth rabbit mode.

  44. toktomi November 23, 2020 at 4:16 pm #

    Take your soma
    In the literal sense.

    That’s all.

    …………………………………..The End………………………………….



  45. Ron Anselmo November 23, 2020 at 4:36 pm #

    In Jo(k)e Biden’s fairytale world, he taps Janet Yellen to be Treasury Secretary.

    Maybe the GSA can release a few dollars, so she can buy a razor?

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    • elysianfield November 24, 2020 at 5:57 pm #

      “Biden’s fairytale world, he taps Janet Yellen to be Treasury Secretary…”

      So? In my imagination I tapped here more than once….

  46. a kullervo November 23, 2020 at 5:34 pm #

    Oh America, land of the bended knee, home of the mage: first it was the magical bullet, now you have the magical voting machine, conjuring votes out of thin air and summoning the dead; America, always eager to entertain…

    • Pucker November 23, 2020 at 5:55 pm #

      It may be going “Full On” Authoritarian?

      There was a headline recently that read: “Bill Gates Says that All Covid 19 Vaccines will be Safe”.


      How-the-fuck would Bill Gates know that?! Don’t you realize how risky, uncertain, and time consuming the clinical trials are normally for drug development? And that these vaccines are being rushed through helter skelter?

      The statement on its face is absurd.

      I think that the people are so dumb that they believe whatever they’re told….

      • a kullervo November 23, 2020 at 6:55 pm #

        Maybe this Gates dude is right, maybe he kows that all vaccines are only placebos (nocebos for the anti-vaxxers), coming right out from the nearest faucet; nothing but a con man, paid to entertain the schmucks – and oh boy, look how they cheer…

      • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 8:31 pm #

        His vaccines weren’t safe. Ask thousands of African and Indian parents about that.

      • Amman November 24, 2020 at 6:44 am #

        I wish he would just stick to computer viruses. Know what I mean?

  47. tucsonspur November 23, 2020 at 6:24 pm #

    As we know, even if Trump got Pennsylvania and Michigan, or Georgia, Biden would still have 270. Trump’s team needs evidence indicating wide scale fraud, and enough of it to have the SC de-certify several state elections. If that remote possibility should occur by some miracle of odds defying magic, we definitely won’t have to wait until the fourth of July to see the fireworks.

    Trump is toast. The Deep State slid him into the toaster early and gleefully slammed down the slider, jammed it down way past dark. But something went wrong, it wasn’t working, he didn’t pop up, maybe he wasn’t done.

    In came Powell and Giuliani, Giuliani sweating black blood trying to spring Trump from the Deep State toaster, but they couldn’t do it. The entire legal team was called in, trying to make the case that Deep State toast charring was some kind of illegal fraud. No, this isn’t Melba toast or Texas toast, this is downright Deep State, Biden burnt, bat shit toast.

    Anyway, Trump is still in there smoking, burning, hoping to pop into another four years.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 8:27 pm #

      The Covidian chortles with glee.

    • 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 8:48 pm #

      And soon a vaccine
      And soon Ficdep will flood the sofa-streaming screens once again.
      Throwball playoffs and Gary’s Anatomy Season 32.

      The proles will be sated.
      At last.

      Ignorance is strength

  48. BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 6:34 pm #

    Today in Philly about a dozen mobsters indicted for various federal crimes, including Anthony ‘Tony Meatballs’ Gifoli, age 72, a lifetime mafioso.

    What a name for a gangster, Tony Meatballs, as good as ‘Machine Gun’ Jack McGurn (who himself was machine gunned) and ‘Legs’ Diamond (who also ended up machine gunned, at a rooming house in NY)

    Tony Meatballs, probably spending his golden years in The Big House.


    • tucsonspur November 23, 2020 at 7:08 pm #

      Ever see that photo of a dead Angelo Bruno?

      Anastasia wound up on the barber shop floor.

      How about Carmine Galante with that cigar still in his teeth?

      Crazy Joe Gallo dead on the sidewalk outside Umberto’s clam house.

      A blasted Castellano dead meat outside Spark’s steak house, Manhattan.

      Live the life, pay the price. A lot of people like mobsters more than politicians.

      • BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 9:29 pm #

        Awhile back the History Channel ran a doc called ’18 Months of Mayhem.’ Not so much about NY Jewish and Italian mobsters, but about bank robbers active in the midwest during the depression primarily i.e. Baby Face Nelson, Machine Gun Kelly, Bonny and Clyde, Ma Barker, John Dillinger and so on. These criminals were quite popular amongst the general public in that time, and were looked upon as folk heroes.

        Alvin Karpis a member of Ma Barkers gang was in prison with Charlie Manson, and taught Manson how to play guitar. Ma Barker herself went out in a blaze of Tommy Gun Glory in a shootout with the Feds in a farmhouse outside Orlando, Fla in 1937. Ma Barker, feminist icon.


        • tucsonspur November 24, 2020 at 2:08 am #

          I saw that one. If I remember correctly, a lot of those people got killed around the same time. Dillinger in ’34.

          They were killers and people honored them. Now we have the subway pushers, the drive by shooters, the random, vicious assaults on old people, MS-13 sadists, etc. All hated and despised.

          A fantastic story really, a strange and different time. Look at these people:


        • elysianfield November 26, 2020 at 12:42 am #

          “John Dillinger”

          It was, and still is, rumored that John Dillinger…”swung a lot of pipe”. It was also rumored that Dillinger’s manhood was removed, preserved in a jar of alcohol and is stored at the Smithsonian Museum of American History.

          I looked, but did not see it displayed on my last trip to the Smithsonian I was not in any way interested…just doing it for a friend….

          • stelmosfire November 26, 2020 at 3:38 pm #

            EF, do you own a weed eater?

          • elysianfield November 26, 2020 at 6:00 pm #

            Uh, yeah…I mean I used to….

  49. tom clark November 23, 2020 at 6:44 pm #

    AZ man…yes, Trump is toast. What the hell is wrong w/ your state? We’re in the middle of a civil war and you go blue? Or red, I forget.

    Joe Biden…the worst president since Donald Trump.

    Love my country…I’m a patriot and I work hard for the money.


    • tucsonspur November 23, 2020 at 7:31 pm #

      Yes, we went blue. I couldn’t stop it, TC.

      Like life, I’m just ‘an obscure hobo bumming a ride on the omnibus of Art’.

  50. BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 6:46 pm #

    Looks like the Feds picked up 15 mobsters, mostly on racketeering and loansharking charges. Some other names: Joey Electric and Big Vic.

    The all time King of the Numbers rackets was Dutch Schultz, who was raking in $10,000 per week in NYC in the middle of the Depression, until the unfortunate night when he was gunned down in a NJ roadhouse.


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  51. bukowskisghost November 23, 2020 at 6:52 pm #

    The only masked man I trust is the Lone Ranger

  52. BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 6:53 pm #

    The Dutchman was rubbed out by the boys from Murder, Inc, sent by Lucky Luciano, in Newark.

    Murder, Inc., only company in 1935 whose stock was on the rise.

    • tucsonspur November 23, 2020 at 7:21 pm #

      Remember ‘kid twist’ Reles, the canary who could sing but couldn’t fly?

      Under police ‘protection’, he went out a window of the Half Moon hotel in Coney Island, five stories up.

    • BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 8:59 pm #

      Indeed TC, its called ‘Defenestration’. The interesting thing is ‘Kid Twist’ was under police protection at the time.

      Murder Inc. had all kinds of ways to do you in, defenestration, yes, but there was also ice picks, cement shoes, Tommy Guns, or just simple assassination like what happened to Bugsy Siegel (ironically, one of the foundering members of Murder, inc.)


      • elysianfield November 26, 2020 at 12:35 am #

        ” Bugsy Siegel ”

        Benjamin was killed by multiple rounds from an M-1 carbine.

  53. KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 7:03 pm #

    ” You think I’m a troll, how original. ”

    I can’t speak for others , but , actually , my default assumption is not a troll , or a paid hack , or a police agent provocateur.

    Because , even if that were true , it still amounts to the same thing , like unto the interest of a waitress in Alabama to a secretary in South Vietnam , which is no interest at all.

    No , my default assumption is that every swinging dick and cunt in the room is devoted to their own self – interest , which might not even be a fault in itself , but pretending otherwise sure seems to tend in the direction of vice.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 11:48 pm #

      It is a fault in itself. Read your catechism. Hypocrisy is the tribute vice pays to virtue. But I agree with you: it takes on a vast life of its own and chokes the life out of people and civilizations. It in itself is a terrible sin, one of presumption. Thus did Christ say your good works should be in secret.

  54. gaffefree November 23, 2020 at 7:10 pm #

    “Maybe the GSA can release a few dollars, so she can buy a razor?”

    The GSA just issued a letter of ascertainment, so funds are now available for the Biden transition.

  55. KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 7:13 pm #

    ” But I have to wonder if you aren’t all being played for fools … ”

    That commonly strikes me as potentially a VERY CONVENIENT NARRATIVE FOR YOU.

    Flatly ignoring or explaining away the fact that people who don’t give a shit about you commonly express their concern for you with threats and sanctions and displays of force is intelligent , presumably.

    It’s being a fool to acknowledge the plain truth that they wouldn’t piss on you. And that their idea of compromise , respect , equality and the like , is , ” My way , or the highway. “

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  56. MiTurn November 23, 2020 at 7:15 pm #

    Maybe we need to update the title of George Orwell’s most famous book 1984 to 2024.

    I think that the Deep State is becoming a bit arrogant and bold. If they’re as embedded as deeply as some fear, we might as well all move to the country and make a go at rural living. Cities will become even more ‘progressive’, by which I mean hellish.

    On a more pleasant note, I’m expecting to receive my ‘Long Emergency’ coffee mug, PDQ.

    Cha-ching for the resistance!

    • hmuller November 23, 2020 at 7:40 pm #

      Oh MiTurn, if only we could escape those evil maniacs by living in the country. They don’t want anyone to slip thru their fingers. But I agree the cities will be the starting point for the Dark Kingdom.

    • messianicdruid November 24, 2020 at 4:23 am #

      MiTurn said, “I think that the Deep State is becoming a bit arrogant and bold.”

      “Therefore rejoice, O heavens, and you who dwell in them! But woe to the earth and the sea; with great fury the devil has come down to you, knowing he has only a short time.”

      “Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time, casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you. Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. Resist him, steadfast in the faith, knowing that the same sufferings are experienced by your brothers in the world. But may the God of all grace, who called us to His eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after you have suffered a while, perfect, establish, strengthen, and settle you. To Him be the glory and the dominion forever and ever. Amen.”

  57. KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 7:55 pm #

    ” Clamouring for evidence is like asking to see your opponent’s cards before matching, or raising the bet. ”

    Yes , it is.

    But then the point that is routinely ignored , ignored since the day Adam and Eve started wearing clothes ,

    is that a fan wanting to rifle through your panty drawer MAY BE one thing.

    But an opponent wanting to rifle through your panty drawer certainly is something else , and invariably not a good news something else.

  58. KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 8:05 pm #

    ” How-the-fuck would Bill Gates know that?! ”

    ” The prophet from Nebraska ! ”

    — A line from an old movie I otherwise loathe.

  59. Soul Forensics November 23, 2020 at 8:46 pm #

    Women’s Studies 404: Final Exam

    A study of the male gaze in William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair. (No need to have read the novel, which is filled, every page, with extreme trigger warnings anyway. Simply refer to your handouts.)

    One question multiple choice: Vanity Fair is

    (a) a complex story involving Victorian mores and core human failings, as well as a seminal work having aesthetic appeal in its own right.

    (b) a relentless display of the cis-White Patriarchal gaze on Becky, a sweet and innocent girl who just wants to integrate as best as she can in a rampantly misogynistic society.

    Important footnote: (b) is the correct answer. Everyone who ticks box (b) passes this final exam and, indeed, the course. Everyone who answers (a) fails the exam and course.This is the only question.

    Please note that after graduation you will still be expected to maintain ties with your university-aligned pressure groups. Documents of affiliation will need to be kept up-to-date.

    Yours in the sisterhood,

    Senior Prof. Ima Hagg

    Cornell University

    • Kim November 23, 2020 at 11:16 pm #

      It is the old problem, that they really are now beyond parody.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 11:40 pm #

      We tried to Make Peace with women when they only respect War. Thus did the military chiefs of Northern Europe (all female, natch) humbly bow when they went to the Mosque on a field trip. What will it take to snatch them back? Someone needs to make a movie about this perhaps based on a David Lane novel.

  60. Kim November 23, 2020 at 8:52 pm #

    A child called “Phoenix” – the parents may or may not have been aware of the metaphorical significance of that name – is brought up on to a stage by her morbidly obese mother to be inducted into a cult of insanity and child abuse.

    Jim recently referenced Rosemary’s Baby.


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    • BackRowHeckler November 23, 2020 at 9:10 pm #

      We probably ain’t seen nothing yet, Kim.

      I fully expect the Freak Show to grow by leaps and bound in the next 4 years.

      • Kim November 23, 2020 at 10:48 pm #

        The enemy have been working for much more than 100 years on these plans and it has been a long march on many fronts.

        It has always impressed me that they recognized early that the mind is the main battlefield for total social control and that they could achieve anything with education and propaganda and some basic human psychology – mostly observations about herd behavior and the power of shame aversion.

        The first task was thus to make us all more stupid, suggestible, malleable, and – this is very important – sensitive to criticism. It was crucial that people emerge from school not only ignorant but very thin-skinned about any implication that they were ignorant, even while they knew they were!

        It was an important aspect of education that these ignorant people must fiercely resent any suggestion that they do not know, or do not understand, or that their present knowledge is insufficient on any subject.

        For example, after this, would it ever be possible to discuss anything with the people?

        Would they ever hesitate to throw away ballots or cheat in an election?


        But you know, people were warned about this again and again by people like Senator McCarthy and by the John Birch Society.

        • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 11:27 pm #

          Yes, this is the crux. Now one need only mention “conspiracy theory” and their mental knees turn to water. Knowing this power, people like Trump become terrified, afraid to confront them, not trusting the caliber of his followers. Thus those who can see thru it are left without leadership.

    • Night Owl November 24, 2020 at 3:50 am #

      Things like this are even harder to watch when you have kids yourself (don’t know if you do).

      When you raise a child and watch how their brains develop, you have another level of understanding about how royally something like this is going to screw them up.

  61. amb November 23, 2020 at 8:55 pm #

    Face the facts. Both the Dems and the Repubs have failed us. The immorality, corruption, and incompetence is deep in each party. They need to go. Socialists and Capitalists have both failed us. The great American experiment (this form of government) was the best start ever, yet, it was infiltrated, infected, and irreparably damaged.

    This game is very very old. We need real leaders that breath fire. And, new parties. A full and complete purge. This probably won’t ever happen. Unless it does, we’ll go the way of all other empires of history.

    • Mike Roberts November 24, 2020 at 4:45 am #

      Nice comment. New parties do sometimes arise in other countries, even established democracies, and sometimes make remarkable rises. Sadly, I don’t see it happening in the US, for quite some time.

  62. 100th Avatar November 23, 2020 at 9:11 pm #

    Third term of Obama is over the ramparts.

    The same cast of career bureaucrat characters that “served” the skin-deep-change token are all set to return. But you see, he served them, for they plucked him out of obscurity, let him go to the front of the line, the presidents-in-waiting line. After 8 years of Dumbya Bush and his neocon masters, the country need a face to the change. A face for the world.

    They call this cadre: diplomats, policy experts, devoted public servants, career administrators, trusted appointees.
    And swamp things.

    They also call them loyalists.

    We had those before, late 18th century.

    • KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 11:32 pm #

      Their slogan was ,

      ” I would rather be ruled by one tyrant 3,000 miles away , than be ruled by 3,000 tyrants one mile away. ”

      My GUESS is those Loyalists were not liberal , or conservative , in a way that the average person today would even remotely recognize.

  63. tom clark November 23, 2020 at 9:14 pm #

    amb…wise comments.

    Joe Biden is not only the worst president since Donald Trump, but also the best…sad.

    We need to pivot, show some resilience and all the other blowhard labels MSM throws at us.

    G’nite Kim.

  64. KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 9:21 pm #

    ” Treating children like equals is liberal folly. ”


    I suppose it depends on what you mean by , ” equal ” ?

    I subscribe to the Medieval notion that all stages of life are transitory , but most especially so childhood and adolescence.

    So I treat the larvae – stage – humans like miniature adults.

    — Or I would have. One reason I refrained from becoming a parent was because I figured that the big daddy state , staffed with perpetual children , no doubt would not subscribe to my views —

    — except of course when it suits them , and even then they would pretend otherwise.

    Like , in a movie I saw once a father says to his son ,

    ” I’m not your friend ! I’m your father. Whether you like me or not has nothing to do with anything. ”

    And my reaction was , ” Amen “.

    That is , in hindsight , it appears to me that my actual best teachers were the assholes , the drunks , the pedos and the like ,

    because , in the sense that , future employers , and both future allies and enemies , will generally match that same description.

    You will meet very few saints and Care Bears , and even when you do , it may not count for much , because odds are you won’t be living with them.

    200 years ago in Europe they had this odd military fashion concerning physique . They wanted grenadiers who were very large , and drummers who were very small , never mind that the physique has scarce anything to do with the job.

    So 12 year old drummer boys were a commonplace.

    And in those days , military bands were not just for band stands in peace time. Drum tunes were how you communicated orders on a battlefield.

    Hauling a musket around would have only got in the way of playing the drum , so drummers were only armed with short swords.

    So , not only did you have 12 year olds on battlefields , but they were inadequately armed compared to the rest too.

    Nobody thought anything of it.

    And neither do I.

    It seems to me , as it did to them , a curious and suspicious notion that killing someone before a given date is beyond the pale , but killing the very same person after a given date is something you rather obviously relish.

    Another thing about this drummer boy phenomenon ; It served as a convenient entry point to the army for an orphan , or otherwise unfortunate kid , whose options otherwise aren’t really any better than the army anyway , and maybe worse.

    And today , like the funny business over dates , the truth is that when push comes to shove we will throw 12 year olds into battle — except under circumstances where it is no advantage to them whatever.

    It seems to me that the fashion now is to CHARACTERIZE it as raising children as equals or friends.

    It looks to me like they are raised actually in a spirit in which the true perception is that they are total fucking morons.

    Or , the Social – Darwinist perception is that man is another animal , and boy does the thought show in practice.

    • Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 11:44 pm #

      You want to raise a boy to be a drummer. Give him a little sword and send him out into the battle field. In other words, don’t raise them as friends, but as cannon fodder.

      The moral? The past is treacherous guide, O Kesh.

      • KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 12:18 am #

        Well, one of the thousand and one ways used to bash the Nazis is that in the end they sent out the Hitler youth , and even a few girls from the BDM too.

        And in East Germany , the FDJ ( co – ed Communist equivalent of boy and girl scouts ) was considered part of the army reserve ,

        and were trained as such at summer camp.

        Appalling ?

        Gimme a fucking break.

        It is implicit in nuclear weapons that there are no non – combatants.

        • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 12:35 am #

          Heroes of the Fatherland! Not poor cannon fodder. An important difference though of course the end result may be the same. But of the clay is brother to us all, eh?

  65. KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 10:10 pm #

    ” Today in Philly about a dozen mobsters indicted for various federal crimes, including Anthony ‘Tony Meatballs’ Gifoli, age 72, a lifetime mafioso. ”

    72 ? Social Security — at five times the usual price , and I suspect in a setting that is no real punishment for that type of person.

    Who would hang out with a guy named Tony Meatballs ?

    That is no idle question on my part ; Social Security — at five times the usual price , and I suspect in a setting that is no real punishment for that type of person , for someone that even a deviant like me is likely never to meet anyway.

    I have this theory that serial killers are played up in letters sixty feet high , in order to deflect from the fact that , in the main , it is gangsters killing gangsters.

    Monsters killing monsters , and at the very least , assholes killing assholes.

    To put it in a negative , devils – advocate , context for example ;

    Your darling wound up dead in Afghanistan sweetie because a job at Burger King was too low-ball for him.

    Maybe that’s not fair ? But it certainly isn’t a surprising outcome.

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    • Kim November 23, 2020 at 11:08 pm #

      When blacks kill whites in the USA it is not gangster on gangster.

      It is typically some savage beast with a long criminal record killing an innocent person, often for no good reason.

      And the same goes for the 670,000 black-on-white criminal victimizations – including the 37,000 black-on-white rape convictions and who knows how many associated uncharged rapes – that occur in the USA each year.

      • KesaAnna November 23, 2020 at 11:48 pm #

        Well , I came here when I was ten , so I have been in an American public school , and , yes , I saw quite a bit of black on white violence.

        It seemed to me , though , that ;

        American public school = The very forces of law and order themselves , and in the most literal way , in their own back yard , their own playpen.

        In other words , somebody gets punched in the nose with the police standing right there.

        By the way , the typical American doesn’t know race from auto race.

        I’m typically mistaken for Hispanic .

        And tack on that East German label , and I could be as black as Clarence Thomas , and it wouldn’t mean a god damned thing to Leftists , or to the Imperialist crowd calling themselves Patriots , either.

        My guess is if you could afford to move to Indonesia , then you could afford to move HERE ?

        But you don’t .

        So , while I otherwise like you ,

        you can take your moral outrage and shove it.

        • KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 12:06 am #

          * In other words , somebody gets punched in the nose with the police standing right there. *

          No , that’s too euphemistic.

          A black kid punched a white kid in the nose in front of some white adults , and a dozen or more other white kids .

          And now those white adults and white kids trot out this pretty fiction that — well — I guess that black kid was fucking superman ?

        • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 12:32 am #

          A Black Hispanic. The plot thickens.

          • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 12:38 am #

            She’s fine with Black on White violence. Noted.

          • KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 12:52 am #

            Lol , the plot thickened a long time ago.

            Like , when East Germany is Leftist , but not to American Leftists ,

            And the American Rightist would rather have an American leftist , though to the American Leftist the American Rightist was a Deplorable long before a certain bitch said so loud and publicly.

            And then there was that little incident where Jane Fonda gets a free pass , while I praised the performance of American arms in Vietnam , if not the wisdom of the action , but will forever be dumped on I suppose.

          • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 2:05 am #

            Left and Right mean nothing now – to the extent they ever did. The Antifa and German Police united to attack anti-Covidian protestors. Globalist vs Nationalist. Or Communist/Capitalist vs Fascist/National Socialist for a correct historical perspective.

            One can admire performance but not the believe in the thing being done. Who can fail to admire the Kamikaze pilots or the Dervishes, of whom Churchill (a gifted monster) said, No braver men ever lived?

    • BackRowHeckler November 24, 2020 at 10:14 am #

      “Who would hang out with a guy named Tony Meatballs.” – KesaAnna

      That’s a good question. Hard to say, except probably Joey Electric and Big Vic, to name but a few.


  66. aibohphobia November 23, 2020 at 10:48 pm #

    Nice Turkey graphic, Jim!

    At this point, I am wondering if there isn’t a bigger picture than the US election; Isn’t the real issue that we are all still sliding down the South Side of Hubbert’s Peak? No politician is able to do anything about oil that breaks the economy if sold at a price that allows the company to make money, and bankrupts the company if sold at an affordable price.

    To me, it looks like every politician (including Trump, Biden, and certainly Harris) is scrambling to hold onto the fiefdoms they control, Perhaps they understand that nothing can be done to save the American Empire. Perhaps they do not care to lay out the dire situation to the public, since that would be political suicide.

    The result is the same. No one is driving the bus, and neither Trump nor Biden has even a slight possibility of making America great again, righting racial or sexual injustices, balancing the budget, or ushering in a New Green Economy. There is no longer any point to supporting either major party.

    While the American Empire may be toast, perhaps we can avoid Civil War 2, and maybe even avoid a Constitutional Convention to split up the US. In the words of Rodney Brown, “Can’t we all… Can’t we all just get along?”

    • Kim November 23, 2020 at 11:02 pm #

      Of course, the overlords have also determinedly leveraged that old standby of divide and rule.

      The caravans are already assembling. The HB and refugee visas – more Ilhan Omars! – and the green cards are being printed. Next year, the wall will be torn down.

      And there will be an amnesty.

      Throughout history, victors have always enslaved and driven off subject populations. The trick here is that the subject population is still so numerous and so well armed, yet so obedient and stupid.

  67. Kim November 23, 2020 at 11:13 pm #

    Milwaukee high school. 350 students. Just one proficient in math. None in English.

    They get BLM classes.


    • Soul Forensics November 23, 2020 at 11:45 pm #

      They’ll always be illiterate, but just think of the contrasting gains:

      How to copy out “Black Lives Matter” onto a blank sign (drafting/architecture); how to hold up said sign for an hour in a public march/riot (physical education); the more zeros in your gov’t check after the positive integer, the better (streetwise math); the Collected Works of Frantz Fanon (history); how many bomb tosses to get to the neighbourhood Antifa headquarters (geography).

      A well-rounded curriculum and syllabi.

    • elysianfield November 24, 2020 at 5:49 pm #

      “They get BLM classes.”

      Make note that they are being weaponized.

    • scoubidou123 November 24, 2020 at 10:16 pm #


      “In 2017 in Baltimore there were thirteen high schools in which not a single student tested proficient in math”

      “Add it up – in half the high schools in Baltimore City, 3804 students took the state test, 14 were proficient in math.”

      “Three of four African-American boys in California classrooms failed to meet reading and writing standards”

      To me this situation is just… inconceivable

  68. JohnAZ November 23, 2020 at 11:30 pm #


    Just like Mr. Phelps.

    Should you decide to take this mission?

    Mission Impossible!! Trying to make this country recover its good name to the world and to its own people. Trying to undo the damage that the Left has pushed the country into for sixty years. Trump couldn’t. And to return the country to philosophical center again which the RINO presidents have failed to do for thirty years.

    I do not agree with much of anything the man stands for, but I hope he can get this country back on track. Start by putting the ult Left back in their can. The cabinet choices are already interesting. AOC and Bernie may be screaming bloody murder. Music to my ears.

  69. Yohannon November 23, 2020 at 11:34 pm #

    Operations Northwood back in ’63. Somehow start a war with Cuba via a false flag. Blow a ship up in Guantanamo (perhaps done too many times by then to be credible). Shoot down a plane. (hmm….) Bomb US cities (so much for being the good guys) and get this: Shoot Astronaut John Glenn out of orbit or as he’s coming down. Wow. Some Elite cabal? No, the Joint Chiefs. Some Elite cabal I guess.


    America died at the higher levels a long time ago. The fish rotted from the head. Kennedy said no. Did they and their fellow travelers then give the go ahead for his assassination the next year?

    • KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 1:06 am #

      Somehow , though , no doubt it’s a conspiracy theory , even though the source is ABC News.

      • KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 1:10 am #

        I’m not calling it a conspiracy theory . I already knew things like that , and my sources aren’t Skinheads or Islamic terrorists , but U.S. government sources.

        I was being sarcastic.

  70. SoftStarLight November 24, 2020 at 2:30 am #

    It makes me giggle now when I hear people say things like “get this country back on track”. How exactly would you go about doing that seeing as the track itself is broken into pieces? It has sadly become as inane a sentiment and ceremony as the presidential pardon of the Thankgiving turkey. And while Corn and Cob vie for the “privilege” to remain uncooked this year, millions of hapless turkeys will be unceremoniously slaughtered and devoured. And isn’t that really interesting because that sounds like an exact analogy of what happens to people in this country who are independent and employed. When it comes to election time suddenly the “Amercan Worker” is uplifted, idealized, and romanticized. And then every other day of the year and in every other season elected officials from both corrupt and damned “parties” are gleeful to put “American Workers” on the chopping blocks to achieve their latest sellouts and collect lobbyist payouts and kickbacks. And by the looks of it there is going to be a whole lot of selling out going on if the alphabet soup color revolution is successful. Yep, the tracks were destroyed because they wanted the train to derail and there isn’t any coming back from it. To you it seems like an accident that needs fixing. For them the derail was always part of the plan. Now they can sell off the scraps to the highest bidders.

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    • Disaffected November 24, 2020 at 11:30 am #

      I think this is your best post ever, SSL! Great work!

      • SoftStarLight November 25, 2020 at 1:02 am #

        Thank you!

    • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 12:06 pm #

      Looking at the US four years from now makes me want to puke.

      A vassal state to the world leader China, begging China for scraps from the table, such as oil, or rare earths.

      An economy trying to dig out of a pandemic recession, just now starting, being stymied by egotistical Democratic health care taxation, foreign policy, and stifling fossil fuel production. The Great Reset may be the advent of the Great 21st century Depression in the US.

      A Middle East, a region that now is getting its stuff together, being torn apart again by Iran, the Islamic nut house promoted by John Kerry.

      The end of fracking and the advent of Peak Oil.

      A changed Constitution that perpetuates the Uniparty, gimme state. Democracy, with all its mob control, rules the US from NYC, Sacramento, Chicago, and Atlanta via DC. The ASSR will be well on its way.

      Inflation will be destroying what is left of the middle class. The have not demographic will explode widening the income gap. The Dems will be calling in their gimme legions that will be even more stupid than they are now. Manufacturing will be moving off shore just like the Obama years.

      It is the end of the US Constitution and individual liberty and responsibility and capitalism.

      Hope you all enjoy standing in line to buy toilet paper. Remember Moscow on the Hudson? The contrast between the US and the USSR was demonstrated by Muscovites standing in line to buy toilet paper.

      Looked at the paper shelves of your grocery lately? It is going to get much much worse.

      And America, you voted these imbeciles back into control. I hope you enjoy your Brave New World.

      • bluekayak November 24, 2020 at 12:52 pm #

        good points except about Iran. Really, the ONLY country tearing the MENA to bits has been good old Uncle Sam. Assad is the ONLY figure in the entire theatre doing anything to protect the dwindling legacy Christian populations. And the Persians have been subject to sanctions beyond compare.

        Yes, I know, they took over our embassy in ’79. Clearly a bad move for which they’ve paid for by now (the US egging on Saddam to invade a coupla three years later at the cost of almost a million dead on both sides). Then barely a decade later we sucker Saddam into snatching Kuwait (Ambassador Glaspie “we have nothing to say about your border disputes, wink wink) and next thing you know old SH is now the next Hitler/Mao/Pol Pot wrapped up in one.

        So if anyone is effing up that part of the world it’s us.

      • SoftStarLight November 25, 2020 at 1:18 am #

        Are you convinced that Americans did vote these imbeciles back in John? It appears that there has been widespread fraud with the presidential election. Some down ballot candidates were apparently targeted as well but the primary shenanigans and criminality seem to zero in on DJT. The goal? To defeat him with hundreds of thousands of questionable ballots days after the election. This is what all the globalists and deep staters said they were going to do over the summer. Not to speak of digital fraud! Seems like Arizona is a hot spot too. Perhaps you should reject the inevitability of the gobalists and the deep state and put your energies toward resisting them at every turn. As you are absolutely correct that a win for them will cripple Real America and will very likely be the final overturning of any pretense of the consitutional Republic.

  71. SoftStarLight November 24, 2020 at 2:49 am #

    I looked up the word “Dominion” and in the Free Dictionary the first meaning given to the word is control or the exercise of control; sovereignty. So, Dominion Voting Systems could or maybe should be called Control Voting Systems. And somehow it seems like it was not an accidental or incidental name. Like maybe those who callaborated to get this system established across the country want dominion over everything?

  72. Kim November 24, 2020 at 4:06 am #


    Eric Coomer: Trump won’t win. I made fucking sure of that.

    Here is Eric Coomer showing how to use Dominion software to alter votes.

    But I have read that his name no longer appears as a Dominion director on its site.

    • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 11:39 am #


      The curse of cyberspace is Orwellian. It allows control of the populace by very few people.

      You are witnessing the evolution of an AI, computer driven world where even politics is controlled by very few people running the show.

      The true measure of the success of the Brave New World will be ascertained in Georgia on Jan. 4. If the two Dems win, it is the death of the American experiment in individuality and the advent of the Uniparty and global control.

  73. Kim November 24, 2020 at 4:17 am #

    @ KesaAnna

    You might like to visit this site daily for updates on only some – some – of the insane plague of black-on-white violence that Americans have to put up with.

    This site is mostly murders. And it is not remotely comprehensive.


    This is from a few days ago. Very mild actually. Just rape, assault, $92,000 in overdue child support, resisting arrest, and so on.

    But it is topical bcs this charmer is a senior organizer for BLM.


    But watch out for those white supremacists!

  74. Kim November 24, 2020 at 4:30 am #

    The headline at the following link declares that SP intends to sue Dominion and Smartmatic. If she can, that would be great in the longer term. She might be able to get them banned for 2022.

    But just as interesting – skipping past the off-topic first half dozen paragraphs – is a 2006 State Dept quote obtained from Wikileaks on Smartmatic and Chavez.

    The State Dept thought them very dodgy.


    • Night Owl November 24, 2020 at 4:33 am #

      The cases from Powell, Ellis, Wood and co. are going to be huge.

      Latest Fake Nooz headline is that Trump is now initiating a transition, despite the lack of any evidence, and despite the fact that his lawyers say the exact opposite.

      There is something very big coming. Fake Nooz is all in on the illusion.

      • FreddieMars November 25, 2020 at 10:43 am #

        Newsmax IS “Fake Nooz” but they also broadcast this:


        • Night Owl November 25, 2020 at 5:29 pm #

          Newsmax is a money making operation. Like all Fake Nooz outlets, it is to be avoided.

          That is the difference between you and I.


  75. Mike Roberts November 24, 2020 at 4:38 am #

    You still offer nothing in terms of evidence of fraud, except some vague ideas that there is plenty of evidence on the Web, somewhere. You still insult Biden without offering any evidence of the catastrophe that you claim will befall the US if Biden is inaugurated. It seems to be mainly argument from incredulity.

    And your making light of presidents getting elected with less votes than another candidate suggests that you don’t think democracy (one person, one vote) is a good way to elect a leader, if you don’t happen to like that person. Of course, the campaign wasn’t run on the basis of one person, one vote but on trying to win the so-called battleground states, so perhaps one shouldn’t read too much into the popular vote. However, any president claiming to have a mandate from the people must surely have a majority of the vote. [Note that I’m not claiming any other so-called democratic system is truly democratic but no-one can claim that the will of the people is “X” if more people voted for “Y”, and the same applies to other branches of government).

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    • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 11:32 am #

      Do YOU really believe that the USA should be run by three or four states and their regional priorities? All the Democratic lead votes come from three states. I cannot think of anything more divisive to the country than California having free rein to run the Deep State.

      Luckily, the Founding Fathers were wiser than you are. Democracy, ie mob rule, has never, ever worked. Democracy leads to dictatorship with political manipulation.

      Uniparty anyone?

  76. Night Owl November 24, 2020 at 5:00 am #

    After watching this segment, it has become very apparent that the Tucker/Sidney narrative is strategy.


    Sidney was never on Trump’s team, but they took an additional step to clarify that, as well as to have Tucker show signs of skepticism but (taking care to) not actually throw her under the bus. This is PR, because what is coming needs to give the appearance of being a shock to everyone.

    Clever. Let us not forget: SP is a former federal prosecutor, and she single-handedly turned the Flynn case around. She just said that based on what she’s got, she expects to wrap this entire thing up in the next two weeks.

    Very clever.

    • FreddieMars November 24, 2020 at 3:58 pm #

      I’m with Carlson on this – insofar as he says that IF SP can PROVE her claims, ‘[…]no-one will be more grateful than us.’

      If she’s right and provides the proof, then all power to her and grateful thanks for her tenacity and balls in getting it done.

      I even find myself repeating one of Mr. Trump’s favored lines “Let’s just see what happens.”

  77. BackRowHeckler November 24, 2020 at 7:00 am #

    From what it’s looking like, the ‘Biden Team’ will be made up of mostly lizards from the Obama years, with MSNBC serving as its mouthpiece and main propaganda arm.

    • BackRowHeckler November 24, 2020 at 7:13 am #


      It’s time to end this travesty of justice!

      FREE TONY MEATBALLS (based upon the eponymous name alone)

      Who’s with me?


      • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 11:23 am #

        The great question for Americans (as opposed to Amerikans) is where to hide from the really awful changes that Biden brings. If you are a have in this country, you have a target on your back.

    • Kim November 24, 2020 at 7:42 am #

      It will be a loot-a-thon.

      They see the country on its last legs and will be selling it off as fast as they can make deals.

  78. Kim November 24, 2020 at 7:37 am #

    You may have heard before of Peter Byrne, PhD, former CEO of internet merchant, Overstock.

    In this interview with Peter Santilli, he discusses the background, activities and product of the hacking team he says he established in July/August of this year to monitor the election activities of Dominion.

    Formerly notorious for his involvement with the Russian agent Marina Butrina, his account of this hacking adventure is very interesting. How credible? Make up your own mind.

    Topics include Frankfurt, the background, staffing and supervision of Frankfurt, and familiar old names like Rod Rosenstein briefly appear.

    The meat of the interview runs 1:30 – 2:00.


  79. Kim November 24, 2020 at 7:51 am #

    The Trump strategy in Georgia? Find 12,500 “illegal” Biden votes and the election can be overthrown, sending it to the House.



  80. ghost of freedom November 24, 2020 at 8:41 am #

    Last night, I got up here and asked you people to stand up and fight for your heritage and you did and it was beautiful!
    6 million telegrams were received at the White House!
    The Arab takeover of CCA has been stopped!
    The people spoke!
    The people won!
    It was a radiant eruption of democracy.
    But, I think that was it, fellas. That sort of thing is not likely to happen again, because at the bottom of all our terrified souls we know that democracy is a dying giant, a sick, sick dying, decaying political concept writhing in its final pain.
    I don’t mean that the United States is finished as a world power. The United States is the richest, the most powerful, the most advanced country in the world — light years ahead of any other country.
    And I don’t mean the communists are going to take over the world, because the communists are deader than we are.
    What is finished is the idea that this great country is dedicated to the freedom and flourishing of every individual in it.
    It’s the individual that’s finished.
    It’s the single, solitary human being that’s finished.
    It’s every single one of you out there that’s finished.
    Because this is no longer a nation of independent individuals. It’s a nation of some two-hundred-odd million transistorized, deodorized, whiter-than-white, steel-belted bodies, totally unnecessary as human beings and as replaceable as piston rods.
    Well, the time has come to say, “Is ‘de-humanization’ such a bad word?” Because good or bad, that’s what is so.
    The whole world is becoming humanoid — creatures that look human, but aren’t. The whole world, not just us. We’re just the most advanced country, so we’re getting there first.
    The whole world’s people are becoming mass-produced, programmed, numbered, insensate things….
    -NETWORK (The Movie) 1976 – Howard Beale

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  81. ghost of freedom November 24, 2020 at 8:46 am #

    What Mr. Kunstler hasn’ told you is that you don’t stand a “chance in hell” of reclaiming the “democratic republic” which was gifted to you by men who fought and died for their freedom some 244 years ago. And since most of you don’t pray, hell on earth is on a roll.

    • SoftStarLight November 24, 2020 at 9:40 am #

      And would this not be the conclusion of the prophecies? But. How can you be exactly sure what the arc of history will be? No one knows the hour.

      Matthew 24:36 – But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.

      So exactly how can you know, or for that matter Mr. K, whether or not the collective we do not stand “a chance in hell” of reclaiming anything. In fact, I would submit that your statement is a curse rather than an admonition. And if we are exhorting those around us to pray then we need to also revisit the concept of winning and losing per your comment. Because whether one wins or loses is not all that is in the wager.

      Ephesians 6:13 – Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

      • Pucker November 24, 2020 at 10:47 am #

        Dominion Voting Systems, Inc.

        Luke 12

        King James Bible Par ?
        The Leaven of the Pharisees
        1In the mean time, when there were gathered together an innumerable multitude of people, insomuch that they trode one upon another, he began to say unto his disciples first of all, Beware ye of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy. 2For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known. 3Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.

        • SoftStarLight November 25, 2020 at 1:45 am #

          It almost seems like they were not worried about getting caught. I think its because they sense they have total control over the system and so nothing can stop them. Not an idiot hedge given that they have totally rigged the system in their favor. But maybe their lack of a moral compass prevented them from imagining that Truth can and will take on a life of its own against all odds.

      • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 10:57 am #


        IMHO, the End Times will be triggered by humanity overpopulating the resource capacity of the Earth and passing a critical threshold. There are so many cliffs that we lemmings are approaching and electing the lemming party to control will just accelerate the advent of the End Times. More population, more gimmes. The gimme ratio is just a measure of how many people exist that the economy can no longer support. Whether it was the Black Death, or WW2, the solution to the excess population problem was removal of a significant part of the population.

        End Time triggers

        Global civil war. The haves versus the Have nots. Starts in the US, Europe and the Middle East. Armageddon! WAR

        Pandemic. Disease follows species concentration. Overcrowding and consequent loss of personal safety space enables easy transference of disease carriers. Aggravated by global movement of infected people. DISEASE.

        End of oil. CFNers know all about this impact. Nuff said. Many other resources are running out also, Lithium, water two very critical ones for example. How to allocate remaining resources? Uh huh, WAR.

        Climate change. This is geopolitical. Mankind must shift national boundaries and the location of ethnic boundaries. We suck at this, WAR.

        Are two of the four horsemen saddling up?

        Could be!!

      • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 11:07 am #

        As the Son is the human manifestation of God, the fact that Jesus did not even know about the timing of the End Times is sobering. God made a covenant with Man to stay hands off human progress. Sounds like the Star Trek directive to never interfere.

        God knows that resource limitation bounds humanity. We do not seem to understand at all. Greed, an original sin component, will overcome rationality. The gimme lemming party just took over and will soon be the Uniparty. We are one step closer.

        • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 11:57 am #

          And since Capitalism/Communism are based on endless growth and greed, you should have jettisoned this from your central processor long ago. Did you?


          Why not?

          It would seem from the above that the American experiment is totally at odds with God’s Law and Natural Law.

          • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 12:32 pm #



            Are the competitive controls on pricing from capitalism anti God?

            Is a system that counters control of the few and their greed an evil thing in God’s eye?

            Are the current world’s problems a result of not enough capitalism? Controlled market places cause corruption.

            Does capitalism lead to Communism, or does Uniparty democracy?

            You champion socialism. The idea that the few should run the many is so repugnant to me. If I have learned one thing from the Trump attempted realignment of our politics it is that socialism will never work. The stupification of America has worked well for the Dems, they now have Demographic dominance. The problem is that the people in charge are also stupider making administration worse and more corruptible. Not to worry, AI and computers will lift all boats, right?

            Socialism is going to destroy this country, God’s last attempt at allowing Man to take care of himself. Man has now again shown he does not have a clue.

            I actually sorta agree with Biden on one thing. A very dark winter is approaching, followed by a dark 2021, 2022 etc. There is absolutely nothing in the Democratic future to lift us out of the destruction of the pandemic.

          • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 12:43 pm #

            Capitalism is about endless growth, John. C’mon, you know this. The Earth is limited. You know this too. Now does the first accord with the second?

            It IS natural – but not supernatural like Christianity. So which is more important and should guide the other? Got it? So now since most men are natural, should they not be guided by those who have attained more or the wisdom of the supernatural? Your repugnance is something you have to work on – if you really want to be a Christian.

            Communism is also about endless growth and is not natural. It is worse than Capitalism and less strong – one of their projects actually. Together they make one Beast System, one Coin, heads and tails.

    • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 11:17 am #

      Agree with you one hundred percent.

      Globalization will not cause all boats to rise, it will lower the level for all boats. Over in China, there is no globalization party, no sympathy toward outsiders. The Chinese are total nationalists, yes like Trump. They are licking their chops, just waiting for the new idiots in DC to hand them global control. And grinning broadly.

      In 1776, Tories were driven out of the US as traitors. Dems are the same caliber.

      • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 11:18 am #

        For Ghost.

  82. Pucker November 24, 2020 at 9:58 am #

    Bill Gates in the MSM: “All of the new Covid 19 vaccines will be safe and effective.”

    All of the mindless, ignorant, brain dead drones: “It’s safe. It’s safe. It’s safe. The most secure election in history. It came from someone eating bat soup in a wet market in China. That’s a Conspiracy Theory. There’s no evidence. It’s safe. It’s safe.”

    “The first thing to say is that, with something this new, we don’t really know. It could be that it is absolutely 100 percent safe. We are told that none of the mRNA can get into the nucleus of the cell, where it could become incorporated into the DNA. I hope so. Could it trigger an immune cascade? I hope not.”

    • hmuller November 24, 2020 at 12:29 pm #

      Let’s test it on Bill Cosby. We could slip a dose into his jello. Surely he can’t complain if someone slips a little something into his food and drink.

    • elysianfield November 26, 2020 at 12:26 am #

      I’m willing to take a dose, but…you first….

  83. 100th Avatar November 24, 2020 at 10:41 am #

    And what did I say. If they are the servants, who are we?


    Hillary Clinton
    The incoming administration could not have chosen better personnel for the foreign policy and national security teams.

    Tony Blinken is a dedicated public servant who will make an incredibly effective secretary of state.

    • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 11:54 am #

      Winken, Blinken, and Nod (Biden).

      • beantownbill. November 24, 2020 at 11:58 am #

        So you really have a sense of humor. There’s hope for us all. I’m somewhat pissed only because I didn’t think of it first.

        • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 12:46 pm #

          You guys are 65% of cabinet as of now. No wonder Bibs threw Trump under the bus!

          • beantownbill. November 24, 2020 at 1:03 pm #

            Do you think Biden et al are really going to treat Israel better than Trump? I don’t think so.

          • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 1:12 pm #

            Trump did of course – but he wouldn’t give the go ahead for war in Syria and Iran. Biden will, so yes. It’s not what you have done for me, but what can/will you do for me now.

            Think of all the jobs these wars will create! The opportunity for dead ended White guys. Instead of killing themselves they can kill others. Coming home as cripples will then create jobs for care workers. Win Win Win!

          • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 1:17 pm #

            The War against the Shia will also cement the alliance with the fallen, corrupted Sunni regimes. Osama Bin Ladin was right about them, but Islam being what it is made it impossible for him ever to be an ally of the True West.

      • 100th Avatar November 24, 2020 at 12:54 pm #

        This neocon has been pushing war since the Clinton regime.
        And Bush regime.
        And Obama’s.
        Of course agitating for run-ins with Putin, the last domino in Europe.
        Not to mention Hillary’s debacles in Libya, and the push for war in Syria.
        He’s fine with the Yemenis getting slaughtered what with their relationship with Iran.
        Besides, Saudis are friendly with Israel, his true loyalty.

        This is the privilege that the change merchants can’t touch and are too stupid to identify.

  84. Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 12:56 pm #

    The Future by the Prophet Anglin

    Putting together a stable movement of young leaders and assembling an army of disenfranchised Americans to fight a war was only the very first step. Now, we have to actually fight the war. I have laid out the above only so that you understand: everything has gone according to plan so far, and we are right where we want to be.

    If the election is successfully stolen, that will be unfortunate, but we must understand: something like this was inevitable. It was inevitable that we would finally reach a tipping point. We are at the tipping point, and now is the moment of truth.

    This recent series of events could have been better, but it also could have been a lot worse. If Joe Biden would have won in the first round, simply with the 80,000,000 mail-in ballots which were rounded up and collected, many people on the right would have believed that Biden won legitimately. Instead, those 80 million were not enough, and the Democrats were forced to shut down the counting in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, and bring in new fake ballots to ensure a victory for Biden.

    Everyone sat there and watched this, and we now have all of our people – our American Army – knowing that this was an absolute fraud, and ready to fight it.

    What we need to do, assuming that Trump does not secure a victory, is use this energy that we now have to push for the ultimate victory. The ultimate victory as things now stand is this: red states need to secede from the Union. We need to redraw the borders of the United States.

    As I wrote just after the election itself, we are absolutely in a position to win this.

    Here are the states that we can win off the bat, with well over the needed 65% vote in a referendum: (the red map)

    Obviously, we want more than that.

    We want Texas, we want Florida. I want Ohio, Michigan, Indian, Illinois and Wisconsin. But as I said above: I’m dealing with reality, and these are the states we have a 100% chance of getting, right off the bat.

    Here is what we are shooting for:

    That is a full map of the counties that voted Republican/Democrat in 2016 (which was obviously the last real tally of voter sentiment in America), so that should be the territory that we get. We’re not going to get all of that, but we should get something in-between the first and second maps.

    What we need to do is begin the process.

    Thankfully, because of the coronavirus destroying the economy, no one really has very much to lose by packing up and moving. That is a big thing that works in our favor, because in the time before this hoax, most people would be thinking about their jobs first and foremost.

    Furthermore, everyone understands that the lockdown agenda is a Democrat agenda, and all of the energy opposing the lockdown is on the right, while all of the support for the lockdown is on the left. This is a massive thing that affects all of our lives directly, and this, possibly even more than the election fraud, is something that will serve to drive a wedge between the people.

    The left has no argument against secession. Obviously, the elite are the left, and they want to keep us in their borders to use us as slaves, to feed off of us, to destroy our souls. They traffic in the souls of men. But the masses of leftists, the people who support this agenda, do not care if we split off. We will be shilled against by the media, but everyone understands – including the left – that we’ve reached a point where we cannot any longer live together.

    Like many of you, I’ve been reading the Book of John’s Revelation a lot lately. And I will tell you: there is a message that some will be saved, even when the Beast 666 Antichrist system comes into power. What we are told is to come out of this system, lest we be infected by it.

    Right now, we hardly have any place to go. But God would not tell us, “Come out of her” if there was no place to come out to. If we liberate ourselves from this beast system through secession, then the good people, the Christians, will have a place to go – a way to escape. We can even open our borders to the good people in Europe and Australia who are trying to get out of this system. We can have an explicit law that says only Christians can enter.

    The fact of reality is that many of our countrymen want to partake in her sins, they do not fear her plagues. Watching the recent video I posted of a visit to an Antichrist church, I really realized how true this is. We have to allow those people to take this road that they’ve chosen. We have no more of a right to save them from destruction than they have to drag us down with them.

    Someday, Babylon will fall, these lost people will all repent or die, and we will retake our natural borders.

    We need to start this discussion now.

    If Trump concedes or otherwise surrenders – which he might have already done, having agreed to start the transition on Monday night – then we need to pivot immediately into a movement for secession. We need to turn all of these #StopTheSteal rallies into secessionist rallies.

    There is no longer any path to save this country through the electoral process. If they win this election through theft, then every election in the future will also be won through theft. That is the fact. If Trump is forced out of office, and we do not secede, then we are all committing suicide.

    Immediately after it is clear that Joe Biden is going to be made president, we will have a window in time wherein we can escape the system through secession. Hopefully, Donald Trump will support this. Hopefully Tucker Carlson and Rush Limbaugh will. Hopefully some elected politicians will. But whether they do or don’t, this has to be the plan. We do not have any other choice.

    If we have rallies, major rallies, in deep red states, then they will not have a choice but to give us our vote. A legal process exists for secession. It’s in the Constitution. Right now, the federal system is too unstable to prevent this from happening. They have just forcibly imploded our economy and transferred tens of billions to the ruling elite on the basis of a hoax and then stolen an election.

    If we win this, then everything we’ve done will have been worth it. A successful secession is a lot bigger and better of a prize than another four years of Trump.

    I will just say again: these people who have chosen evil have made their choice. We do not have the ability to change their minds. They are in the grip of Satan, by their own volition, and our only course is to separate from them.

    Yoho: His is the voice of the other world. If Trump fails or falters, he will not. Ditto for Tucker. Nothing changes. We must build a Home where White people can be safe, free, prosperous, and pursue happiness.

    Will the Chinese invade the former United States? That’s a real danger. But we will have enough nukes to deter them.

    How much do we owe them, anyway? Were we planning on defaulting on them? That is their casus belli then. But why should ordinary Americans have to be enslaved because of the misdeeds of the Elite? Let them pay off their own debt.

    • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 2:02 pm #

      Boy do I agree with you, 100%.

      The next item in order is who gets what?

      Then adoption of the US Constitution as the new constitution.

      Then removal of minorities from the new White nation, just like Pakistan. I live in a Hispanic area, so I will move if someone points the direction.

      The success of the Left is the loss of America.

      Balkanize now.

      • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 2:13 pm #

        Wow, you’re really sticking with this now. Howdy neighbor!

        • JohnAZ November 24, 2020 at 2:29 pm #

          A last resort, I have lost faith in the Amerikan people. The cause of traditional America is gone. Alternatives should be explored.

          • tucsonspur November 24, 2020 at 5:04 pm #

            Just a lot of hollow haranguing now that Biden is in. Yes, where are all the big mouths on the great election overturn?
            Where’s the Kraken?, as Q says.

            Biden says that America is going to lead the world, not retreat from it. I think that we all know what that means.

            It all sounds great, but nobody is seceding. We will remain one national latrine. And we all know what Balkanization can lead to.

            Of course it’s good to talk and vent, it helps with the coping,
            but that’s all it will do.

            We didn’t, we couldn’t make the stand at the appropriate time which was now. The Left has us in its grip, and all we can do now is squeal and squirm. Watch Biden turn the police against us if we do anything more.

  85. Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 1:08 pm #

    In the Cunt race, Governor Bitch on Wheels, Kate Brown of Oregon, has pulled ahead of Governor Witless of Michigan, actually encouraging citizens to snitch on other families who have too many people over for Thanksgiving. She defended this by saying it’s nothing new – just like calling the cops on people making too much noise. Except that is actually hurting you if need to sleep. People just eating together is not hurting you – unless you believe in the whole Covid narrative. And of course countless people do and will call.

    Communist Terror is beginning.

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  86. Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 2:11 pm #

    Posted on November 24, 2020Progressives Declare War on Asians, Meritocracy and STEM
    Asian Dawn, November 18, 2020

    edited by American Renaissance

    Progressives all across America have declared war on Asians, meritocracy, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). Recently, the San Francisco Unified School District voted to replace their merit admissions process at Lowell High School, one of the best high schools in America and also happens to be 61% Asian, with a lottery-based system.

    When Asian-American parents opposed the school district’s plans to enact its new “lottery” system in late October, the school district blasted the parents by stating they were “racist” and responsible for the “toxic culture” at the school. Parents were accused of furthering the “Asian supremacy” agenda by making their children work so hard; their children’s achievements were demoralizing African-American and Latino students.

    One African-American parent stated it’s because of Asians hogging up all the spaces “Black people can’t catch up technologically because the ‘stupid Asians’ are keeping black people down out of fear they’d be overtaken.”

    When one angry Asian-American parent responded “Trust me, you’ll never catch up. If you need to lower-standards to get in, you’ll never beat us,” a near physical fight broke loose.

    Another Asian parent screamed, “First you blame white people, now you blame us!? Grow up! Study harder or go home!”


    Thomas Jefferson spent over 35 years building its reputation as a premier high school. But it only took 12 Democratic members of the Fairfax County School Board only 12 minutes and 11 seconds on Tuesday night, October 6, during an online meeting to kill the school, eliminating its race-blind, merit-based admissions test.


    Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City is also planning to eliminate race-blind admissions for Stuyvesant High School and the Bronx High School of Science, citing “white supremacy” as the main factor for his quest—never mind the fact those high schools are more than 60 percent Asian.

    Yoho: It must be said that they partially made this bed on which they now must lie. They have gone with the flow, voting most Democrat. Actually voting for Obama even more than the Hispanics did. Having a very healthy self esteem, they tend to look down on Whites and have little interest in the old America or allying with us to preserve it. So now the Commies have come for them.

    I assume this is the case for most of them. They like the freedoms of America and weren’t secret moles for the CCP or anything like that. Thus they chose poorly, against their long term interests despite their high IQ’s, their feet on the ground pov, their love of the practical, etc.

    See Fred Reed’s article about the Thomas Jefferson High School debacle as well.

  87. Q. Shtik November 24, 2020 at 2:23 pm #

    What became of the freakin’ Kraken?

    • benr November 24, 2020 at 3:37 pm #

      It was mixed with lots of Coke and Ice!



      • 100th Avatar November 24, 2020 at 5:44 pm #

        Spiced rum is for nubes and rubes
        and Canadians

        15 year demarrara
        Tis time to drink the good stuff

        Besides, the Kraken is busy filling its tentacles

        • tucsonspur November 24, 2020 at 6:02 pm #


          • 100th Avatar November 24, 2020 at 7:29 pm #

            Yes, dimerara
            A region along the Dumerara River

          • tucsonspur November 25, 2020 at 12:29 am #

            Diorama, ya?

        • elysianfield November 24, 2020 at 11:43 pm #

          Better its tentacles than testicles….

        • benr November 25, 2020 at 7:11 am #

          Nuttin worse than an alcohol snob!
          I will look for some but in the end they do the same thing if enough is ingested.
          Unless you butt chug or dump it in your eye that is another level of dumb.

    • Night Owl November 24, 2020 at 4:51 pm #


      According to Lin Wood, another of the attorneys aiding the various efforts to combat fraud, it is a DOD cyber warfare program.

    • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 8:26 pm #

      Well given the way our system is, lacking all patience and media driven, maybe they made a mistake in saving so much evidence for the court’s eyes only. Maybe they should have produced one of the affadavit writers to speak on camera. Or an interview with the guy they claim to have who sat with Hugo Chavitz on election night down there.

      • FreddieMars November 24, 2020 at 8:36 pm #

        Yes. Anything but the fantasy-level-sounding claims by talking-head lawyers. Just a smidgen of this deeply-hidden truth, about to be exposed, please!?

      • Q. Shtik November 24, 2020 at 9:08 pm #

        sat with Hugo Chavitz – Yoha


        Chavitz?? Hahaha ha

        • Yohannon November 25, 2020 at 1:47 am #

          That was a mistake. One time I was trying to spell out a word on the phone. When I got n, the only word I could think of was the n word. Recently a woman was spelling out a word to me on the phone and she stumbled when it came to n as well. A kindred spirit!

          • FreddieMars November 25, 2020 at 2:22 am #

            You’ve used it before.

          • Yohannon November 25, 2020 at 12:21 pm #

            You say that like it’s a bad thing. Blacks have been put over us, the creators of pop culture as just part of it. Their songs constantly say “nigger” as do they themselves in everyday speech. Yet Whites are forbidden to say it? Forbidden full participation in the new culture?

            If you accept that, you deserve it, one of Aristotle’s natural slaves.

          • Yohannon November 26, 2020 at 1:24 pm #

            Or a woman. A woman named Ma Jello or Muh Jello in the vernacular.

        • benr November 25, 2020 at 7:13 am #

          OMG OMG a mistake or typo OMG OMG OMG!

          Get a rope!

  88. BackRowHeckler November 24, 2020 at 3:51 pm #

    Interesting SF news Janos. Seattle, north of SF, made news today too, the Marxist City Council voting to ‘Defund the Police’, and ‘Invest in Communities.’ The Mayor, whose only qualification for the job seems to be that she’s a lesbian, announced she will sign off on the budget.

    Haha, right on Q, outside City Hall, 3 people were stabbed in the neck; 1 dead, 2 critical. What a scene that must have been, huh? Mayhem, bloodshed, thousands of vagrants, open drug use in the streets, rampant vandalism, shocking grafitti, boarded up storefronts … it’s a tough sell the Chamber of Commerce and the Tourist Bureau has to bring people and businesses into downtown Seattle, an almost insurmountable task one might say. No matter, the important thing is ‘fighting systemic racism’, and to do that the Mayor has hired a pimp for community outreach efforts with some of the money not going to the PD.

    INVEST IN COMMUNITIES ahahahahaha ahahahaha ahahahahaha!!! Another lefty hustle.


    • Tate November 24, 2020 at 4:12 pm #

      “The decided view internally was that white working class men lacked an alternative,” a senior White House official told American Greatness. “There was no need to develop policy that would improve the social or economic conditions in America’s industrial communities. They voted for Trump once, they’d do it again,” this official said of the campaign’s thinking. “From late 2017 foward, the goal was to make the Republican Party the vehicle for blacks and Latinos. They wanted to build off of white working class men and discard them, not build an electoral coalition around them.”

      The white working-class “is the ‘forgotten man’ demographic,” A Republican close to the campaign told American Greatness. “The focus on left-wing identity politics has already robbed these people of a home in the Democratic Party, but now also the GOP,” the source reported, referring to the campaign’s pandering. “In the final critical week, instead of holding events focusing on mobilizing cops, miners, steel workers, the campaign focused on PRIDE events in blue-collar areas under Richard Grenell and Jared Kushner, which actually alienates many of these people.”

      • BackRowHeckler November 24, 2020 at 4:49 pm #

        Well, there are still 100 million of us, Tate.

        They ignore us at their own peril.

    • SeattleSig November 24, 2020 at 7:51 pm #

      I am a Seattle resident, and can personally attest that this is an accurate description of our once fair city. I have to commute through this dystopic wasteland every morning.I also have to walk or ride the subway through the downtown area multiple times a day for my job.

    • Yohannon November 25, 2020 at 1:52 am #

      You mention SF – as in San Francisco? But then talk about Seattle. Probably the same more or less in any case. The Left Coast is lost. Give it to the Chinese to pay off our debt. The Central Valley of California would be a serious loss since it was one of the main agricultural areas in the world. Trying to keep it once they secede would ignite a vicious guerilla war, not only there either. They would spread terror everywhere.

      • benr November 25, 2020 at 7:14 am #

        Or we tell the Chinese to screw themselves we are defaulting you get nothing.

  89. Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 5:54 pm #

    Tucker’s betrayal of our Cause is to me another Fall of Man. As the song puts is:

    Turned papish himself
    And forsook the Old Cause,
    That gave us our Freedom,
    Religion, and Laws.

    The Old Orange Flute

  90. tucsonspur November 24, 2020 at 6:18 pm #

    ‘Oh let me live my own! and die so too!
    (‘To live and die is all I have to do:’)
    Maintain a poet’s dignity and ease,
    And see what friends, and read what books, I please.’

    A. Pope

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  91. tucsonspur November 24, 2020 at 6:41 pm #

    Does capitalism lead to Communism, or does Uniparty democracy?

    More Uniparty democracy. People seem to forget that in the last several decades, communism in both Russia and China has led to a capitalism in many ways like our own. More controlled, but similar.

    • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 8:35 pm #

      Exactly so. One system, focused on matter and on man in a secondary sense as being weighed down by matter.

      Why else did the Bankers fund the the Communist Revolutions? And the French Revolution before that? Communism breaks down traditional societies, opening them to this worship of matter, crudely in Communism and in a more advanced way in Capitalism.

      Marx never wrote about the evolution of Capitalism from Communism, but it’s obviously part of the process.

  92. KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 7:02 pm #

    ” The War against the Shia will also cement the alliance with the fallen, corrupted Sunni regimes. Osama Bin Ladin was right about them, but Islam being what it is made it impossible for him ever to be an ally of the True West. ”

    As I understand it , one of Osama Bin Laden’s big complaints was that the response to Iraqi aggression in Kuwait — ( That is , godless atheist secular sell – out Iraq ) — should have been an ALL – MOSLEM coalition .

    — i.e . no westerners , with their self – serving agendas , self – serving agendas , at the very least , in that they don’t give a fuck about or respect Islam

    On that score I think he was right.

    Islam should put its own house in order.

    The rub is that the West does not really wish to allow that.

    The West wants to play the concerned social worker — actually the iron fist in the velvet glove , and it doesn’t give a damn what they think or want in their own house.

    • benr November 25, 2020 at 7:16 am #

      Simple response is fuck islam a religion of conquest and mass murder.
      As if we need anymore of that shit.

  93. KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 7:12 pm #

    I should qualify the term , ” West ” though.

    It very much seems to me that the complaint of the populist American and the populist Islamic Levantine , Arab , or Persian is very much the same ;

    Some billionaire in a gated community in New Zealand wants to micro – manage your household in Nebraska or in Yemen , when he doesn’t care about you , your household , or Yemen or Nebraska.

    And if he does ” care ” , so much the worse.

    • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 8:16 pm #

      That’s why I said (from C.S Lewis) the True West.

  94. capt spaulding November 24, 2020 at 7:43 pm #

    DOW tops 30,000. Those people are gonna feel pretty stupid when they found out Trump lost.

  95. wm5135 November 24, 2020 at 8:04 pm #

    Someone spew a little anger toward Chelsea, Ed and Jules.

    Who Could Have Known?

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  96. KesaAnna November 24, 2020 at 8:06 pm #

    ” Yoho: It must be said that they partially made this bed on which they now must lie. ”

    If you meant by , ” they ” the disillusioned whites and Asian – Americans ,

    or for that matter , you meant Blacks ,

    I agree.

    That is , a school can be about reading , writing , or arithmetic ,

    or a school can just as well be the Ministry of State Security ( the police ) and the Propaganda Ministry , by another name .

    You might not object to the second purpose ?

    I would say that is very naive , because ;

    ” The one who pays the piper , calls the tune ” is NOT true of taxation , and never has been , and it is very unlikely that it ever will be true of taxation.

    It is no more true when you have a vote , than it is in a dictatorship.

    Well, if there is no difference in this case between democracy and dictatorship , then is that to say that there is no choice at all ?

    No , there is a choice to be made , in your own mind , in your own perception.

    You must acknowledge in your own mind that a State school BELONGS TO the state.


    ” Progressives Declare War on Asians, Meritocracy and STEM ”

    More like Leftists shadow box straw men for purposes of misdirection.

    State schools were their love child right from the start.

    • Yohannon November 24, 2020 at 8:21 pm #

      They have almost all of them. Charter schools were just asking to be an exception to the leveling. Test schools with high standards to both get in and stay in. Evidently, nothing doing. All must go down to the level of the Negro! Only Private School (really elite ones) will be able to escape.

      If Anne Barnhardt could finally accept the Truth about race, so can you. Don’t let being a Hispanic Black get in the way of that.

      You can usually judge a book by its cover – if you know books. You look Hispanic because you are partially Hispanic. That helps explain your high IQ.

  97. tom clark November 24, 2020 at 9:41 pm #

    This blog will be an exceptionally gnarly place for the next 4 years,

    But then, that’s what JHK is known for…kickin’ ass.

    G’nite Kim.

  98. Yohannon November 25, 2020 at 1:54 am #

    The fact is that liberty, in any true sense, is a concept that lies quite beyond the reach of the inferior man’s mind. He can imagine, and even esteem, in his way, certain false forms of liberty – for example, the right to choose between two political mountebanks, and to yell for the more obviously dishonest – but the reality is incomprehensible to him. And no wonder, for genuine liberty demands of its votaries a quality he lacks completely, and that is courage. The man who loves it must be willing to fight for it; blood, said Jefferson, is its natural manure. More, he must be able to endure it – an even more arduous business. Liberty means self-reliance, it means resolution, it means enterprise, it means the capacity for doing without. The free man is one who has won a small and precarious territory from DEMOCRATIC MAN the great mob of his inferiors, and is prepared and ready to defend it and make it support him. All around him are enemies, and where he stands there is no friend. He can hope for little help from other men of his own kind, for they have battles of their own to fight. He has made of himself a sort of god in his little world, and he must face the responsibilities of a god, and the dreadful loneliness. Has Homo boobiens any talent for this magnificent self-reliance? He has the same talent for it that he has for writing symphonies in the manner of Ludwig van Beethoven, no less and no more. That is to say, he has no talent whatsoever, nor even any understanding that such a talent exists. Liberty is unfathomable to him. He can no more comprehend it than he can comprehend honour. What he mistakes for it, nine times out of ten, is simply the banal right to empty hallelujahs upon his oppressors. He is an ox whose last proud, defiant gesture is to lick the butcher behind the ear.

    -H.L. Mencken, Notes on Democracy (1926)

    Yoho: When will you learn to hate yourself correctly? For what you are and what you are not? It might be the only nobility you will ever know – or possibly the seed of an entire new life.

  99. Kim November 25, 2020 at 2:13 am #

    I am thinking about the fact that all five of the problematic battleground states were alloted to conservative judges.

    Yes, Arizona and Nevada went to Elena Kagan, but interestingly, those are also the battleground states with the lowest contrbutions of Electoral votes and Kagan is rated – even by wikipedia – as the most moderate of the left judges.


    Now, as far as I can work out, the allotment (the usual term) of Federal Districts to the SC justices is in the bailliwick of the Chief Justice, currently John Roberts. How does he go about this business? I don’t know but it seems that there are two choices:

    1. By politics. Roberts listens to advice and requests, from fellow justices and others, and may act on what he hears.

    2. At random, by lots (and thus the term allotment they use in discussing this issue)

    It is all a bit opaque.

    If Roberts uses a random method – which I do not really believe – and he is drawing lots to assign judges to districts, then what are the odds that the five Trump-leaning justices are allotted to the five most elector-rich problematic districts? Because that would be a remarkable piece of luck for Trump.

    I calculate it at 126-to-one that he gets that result by random lot drawing. That is, if he has the names of the five Trump judges in front of him and assigns each one by blindly drawing from a bag containing the names of the nine batteground districts.

    Draw 1 – 5/9…..Five Trump judges to assign. Nine districts to be randomly drawn.
    Draw 2 – 4/8
    Draw 3 – 3/7
    Draw 4 – 2/6
    Draw 5 – 1/5

    The cumulative odds are 126-to-one that all five judges go to the five districts in question.

    Not impossible of course, but still pretty long odds.

    If my calculation is correct, then this is either an argument against it being a random draw or it is an argument in favor of Trump being born very lucky. After all, he already hit the jackpot this year when RGB bit the dust.

    If it is not just dumb luck, then it means – very importantly – that Chief Justice Roberts has decided to take a side. Doesn’t it?

    • FreddieMars November 25, 2020 at 2:28 am #

      Yep. EVERYTHING is a conspiracy. Here’s a new one…it just happens to favour your perspective. How interesting.

      • Kim November 25, 2020 at 2:54 am #

        All five Trump judges were assigned by the Chief Justice to the five main battleground districts.


        Random or political. They are your only choices.

        If it is political, then it means Roberts is our boy.

        If random, then we can only conclude that Trump was thrashed at birth with the lucky stick.

      • Night Owl November 25, 2020 at 5:47 am #

        Seems grounded to me.

        When do we get updates on your claims about Trump FEMA camps and the dawn of the coming White Ethnostate?

        Are you still compiling your evidence?

        • FreddieMars November 25, 2020 at 10:25 am #

          Have you stopped beating your wife?

          • Night Owl November 25, 2020 at 5:26 pm #

            The difference is, you have a track record here.

            Another own goal.

            Big brain FTW.

          • FreddieMars November 25, 2020 at 6:49 pm #

            You’re living in a cloud-cuckoo-land on so many levels.

            You troll away in here as if it’s your life’s work.

            There’s rampant cognitive dissonance in your allusions to ME promoting conspiracy theories (which I have not done) while you, yourself, promote the most outlandish bullshit.

            And you play Keystone Kop, policing the commenter pool with unfounded and unsubstantiated accusations. It’s tiresome and repetitive. I’m sure JHK doesn’t need YOUR help. Given your incessant need to pick fights and demean others, I’m surprised you’ve still got a login. Incidentally, why do you have TWO?

  100. tucsonspur November 25, 2020 at 2:27 am #

    More bad news for Fox:


    Mayorkas is Biden’s nominee for DHS. Oh, he’s got a story to tell. Jewish parents, came in as a refugee from Cuba in 1960.

    Frank Sharry, executive director of America’s Voice, a leading immigrant advocacy organization, described Mayorkas’ selection as “an inspired choice.” “He is the right person to undo Trump’s cruelties, advance fair and humane policies, and deliver on the bold change the American people strongly support,” Sharry said.


    It will definitely be more than children and youth. Diplomatic ties with Cuba will be restored, and Assata Shakur (Chesimard) will be given heroine status.

    Then many in the nation will be forced to walk on PC eggshells–without breaking them, or suffer the dire consequences.

    Then the mandatory buy backs of guns, starting with AR-15 types.

    And then, and then, and then…..uh uh…..and then along came Harris, fat, black Harris, fast walkin’ Harris, fast talkin’ Harris, along came fat, black, skanky Harris.

    That’s all folks!

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    • Kim November 25, 2020 at 3:01 am #

      I read that 65% of Bidens proposed appointments so far are jews.

      Would we complain if 65% were (dual citizenship) Chinese? Or would that be okay?

      • Mike Roberts November 25, 2020 at 4:28 am #

        No idea if that figure is accurate but “Chinese” is a nationality, “Jewish” is not. Presumably, all nominees have to be US citizens. If so, that is the only thing that matters.

        • Kim November 25, 2020 at 5:22 am #

          ““Chinese” is a nationality, “Jewish” is not. Presumably, all nominees have to be US citizens. If so, that is the only thing that matters.”

          First, the allegiance of many jews is first of all to their jewish identity and last of all – a distant last – to their national identity.

          As it happens, I think that they are wise in that. I certainly wish that Whites would demonstrate such wisdom. It makes no sense to tie one’s loyalties to such a passing historical phenomenon as the nation state. Here for one hundred years and soon gone, as we are already seeing.

          The United States and the European nations are passing away before our very eyes – and just a short 60 or 70 years it has taken – because whites made the mistake of giving their loyalty to something that, unlike racial identity, is just a fantasy in political science text books.

          It should not be that the people pass away with the nation. That is stupid.

          Second, Jews certainly do not believe that Jewish cannot be a nationality. Jews today rule a sovereign national state that is based entirely on exactly that concept of a jewish national identity. They have passports and embassies and military forces and UN membership and everything.

          It would be nice if the United States could require of its politicians and public servants that they did not have divided loyalties, at least formally.

          Certainly Israel doesn’t allow any unculturated or even hostile person from just anywhere on earth to rule them. They do nothng so silly as to deny the reality of the jewish racial identity. And the jews promote and reinforce that reality with every opportunity they can get away with.

          Genetic citizenship: DNA testing and the Israeli Law of Return

          “The Israeli State recently announced that it may begin to use genetic tests to determine whether potential immigrants are Jewish or not.” Published: 17 June 2015


          You can be sure that this announcement by Israel caused no qualms, no dismay, no outrage, no protests, no declarations of racism, no fierce editorials in the international press!

          Why not? Well, you know as well as I know why not.

          Because there is one law for jews and another law for the goyim.

          Racial identity for us, but not for you!


          Here, can we on this ephemeral blog, briefly stop pretending and render truth its due for at least a few paragraphs?

          Or would that be entirely too much?

          • Iananna November 25, 2020 at 5:31 am #

            I’d love to see a genetic definition of a Jew.
            Even leaving aside Koestler’s mad 13th Tribe phantasy, the chances of a correlation closer than that of Suomi & Berber are less than zero.

          • Kim November 25, 2020 at 5:50 am #

            Of course, the real twist the knife in all of this is that the jews have arranged it so that if anyone complains about the “over-representation” of one ethnic group or another in the White House, you know who the target will always be? White males.

            Of course.

            And this was one of the reason for the trend in putting echoes ((())) around the thousands of jewish names in politics and the media. To bell the cat. To make it possible to see the tribal log-rolling and self-dealing and mutual promotion and protection that infects so many parts of the culture and economics of the United States – and would otherwise be hidden.

            It was to expose conflicts of interest.

            But it also functioned to expose false self-representations.

            That is to say, the echoes served to expose individuals who liked to make a habit of – out of one side of their mouths – speaking, especially on social media, as representatives of whites. These were the so-called “fellow white people” who liked to emerge here and there in the media with both mea culpa and accusations about white behavior.

            “Fellow white people! Take a moment to reflect! We whites have a lot to apologize for in our historical atttitudes towards blacks….”

            Five minutes later.

            “As a jew I identify strongly with the suffering of all opporessed people.”

            So which is it? Jew or white? Or just as convenient?

            It is a sickening and despicable – and certainly conscious – strategy of racial war that the echoes did a good job of exposing.

            Ultimately, however, isn’t it only fair if we can yell out in objection in the media “That group is too old, too white, too male!”, then surely we can also object “That group is too jewish!”

            If not, why not?

          • Kim November 25, 2020 at 5:59 am #

            “I’d love to see a genetic definition of a Jew.”

            Yes, I am sure that it would create problems of definition.

            But isn’t that why God created sophistry?

          • Tate November 25, 2020 at 2:23 pm #

            >>Even leaving aside Koestler’s mad 13th Tribe phantasy, the chances of a correlation closer than that of Suomi & Berber are less than zero.

            Is this a joke? It smacks of Jewish humor.

    • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 11:03 am #

      Yeah, TS, but too, here come the hordes from Latin America and they are aimed at us in Arizona. I feel a little queasy.

      They are not our enemy, our enemy lives on the Potomac.

  101. BackRowHeckler November 25, 2020 at 2:52 am #

    We’re getting a better look at Biden now that he’s out of the basement and President Elect, and his hair implants, facelifts, skinjobs, botox treatments and capped teeth are more than obvious, and frankly, a little frightening. What a team of makeup artists he must travel with, equal to an aging Hollywood starlet! This gentleman seems like he should have been a candidate for Keeper of the Crypt, not President of the US! Watching video of Biden today, he seems like a man out of his time, a ghost from the 1970s, from the Days of Watergate and the fall of Saigon. Its incongruous, as if a Civil War era pol had become President in 1920, or Teddy Roosevelt got elected in 1940 to lead the US in WW2. Already, publications like Atlantic and USA Today are covering for him, his gaffs, malapropisms and nonsensical ramblings. When his face melts off on a hot summer day during some national crisis, how will they cover that up?


    • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 10:57 am #

      If his campaign is any evidence, we will not see much of him. I remember Obama never showed his face much either.

    • elysianfield November 26, 2020 at 12:20 am #

      “, how will they cover that up”


  102. roccofire November 25, 2020 at 3:52 am #

    Greetings JHK

    DO not fear, did you ever see George Carlin talk about the American Dream, and how the real owners of this country control everything! The puppet master is still there, always will be there. Do not fret over Trump, or Biden, and do not worry about AOC and the squad, Biden will shut them down he works for the owners.

    The American Dream you have to be asleep to believe it.

    Hmmm…Pie, delicious.

  103. SoftStarLight November 25, 2020 at 4:07 am #

    The election was an outright fraud period. If the fraud stands then the country, its system, and the social contract it represents is null and void. That really is the end of the story. Clearly some are ready to surrender to the illegitmate criminal syndicate right away. Perhaps they always really wanted this apparent outcome in the first place. The disturbing penchant to celebrate medical tyranny and the resulting wholesale destruction of life for many, if not most, has been very eye opening to say the least. But the Prophet’s words have life in them. Come out of such a godless and soulless system which only serves to eradicate life and destroy souls. Let those who wish to be ruled over by overbearing petty tyrants get exactly what they want. But for the 75+ million (very much likely more but..fraud) of us who abhor the globalists and the elites and the undoing of Real America it will be time to dissolve the union and go our own way. I think many disregard how serious this tipping point is at their own peril.

    • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 10:55 am #

      Hear, hear!

    • Night Owl November 25, 2020 at 11:31 am #

      There have been many cases of epic fraud these past few years, each seemingly greater than the last: RussiaGate, UkraineGate, The CoronaCon, and now ElectionGate.

      If Biden actually ends up being installed, even some of the angriest anti-Trump snowflakes are going to beg for his return.

  104. Kim November 25, 2020 at 6:15 am #


    Hamza “Travis” Nagdy was shot and killed shortly before 12:30 a.m. in the 2100 block of Crittenden Drive, becoming the latest victim in a record year of gun violence in Louisville that has disproportionately affected young Black [note the capitalization for “black” in this newspaper] men.

    BLM organizer. Meet carjacking.

    This was a guy who wanted to defund the police and deal with “systemic racism”.

    So they capitalize “black” but not “white”, just so we all know who is important and who is not.

    But I’ll make a wild guess and say it wasn’t whites that killed him.

    The bullshit of our media. Nons-stop, tireless, it rolls in like sets of giant waves at Kauai. Mountainous waves of bullshit, rolling in one after another; and seemingly it is endless.

    • Q. Shtik November 25, 2020 at 1:30 pm #

      So they capitalize “black” but not “white”, just so we all know who is important and who is not. – Kim


      Kim, if you are wondering why Blacks get capitalized but whites do not, it goes back just a few months ago when the NYT declared that this was what they deemed appropriate. They and possibly other leftwing papers such as WaPo may have adopted this practice at the same time. They published their rationale for this change which I disagree with. My feeling was/is that both Whites and Blacks should be capitalized when spoken of in a racial or political sense and not merely as a color as in crayons.

    • Tate November 25, 2020 at 2:45 pm #

      From his looks, he was about 65% “black” 35% “white”. The mulatto to quadroon gamut & its congeners are always the worst in advocating for social upheaval. They come out of the womb with a megaphone to their lips. And our society is making more of them at an ever-accelerating pace.

      But they identify as “black.” Have you noticed that the 12% became 13% now is at 14%. Someone, maybe Einstein, said that the greatest tragedy of humanity is not understanding the exponential function. Even at St. Domingue (Haiti), the official class of mulattoes sided with the negroes, not the whites. Joe Sobran was right, they hate & envy us for our collective achievements as a race, & thus seeking to bring us down, they seek the death of Western civilization itself.

      • Tate November 25, 2020 at 2:46 pm #

        And I meant to say 65% “white” 35% “black.”

  105. Kim November 25, 2020 at 8:45 am #

    Heider Garcia, formerly of Smartmatic, is now an elections head in Tarrant County TX.

    Here he is being cussed out by a Philippines Senator over the “failures” of their VCM (vote vounting machines).

    Seems that they break down unpredictably and suffer from inexplicable “glitches”.

    This goes back at least ten years. So why would anybody use them?

    Don’t bother answering that.


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  106. Night Owl November 25, 2020 at 9:10 am #

    Sidney Powell:

    In AZ they front-loaded the machines with fraudulent ballots: Each Dem candidate got 35,000 votes before voting even started.


    • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 10:47 am #

      They know that in the present political situation this country is in, their fraud is risk less. The Dems will do anything to win, anything! Election fraud was a dream come true for them. If mail in fraud was known to be corruptible, ask Jimmy Carter, why was it approved? If Dominion had a history of vote changing, why was it approved for use by 29 states. Why are we just now hearing about all these possibilities?

      Give you a hint. The Deep State is comprised of Liberals, Progressives and 30% of the GOP, the RINOs. With no one in the media of any form noting the falsity of the upcoming election, the die was cast. Now four people are trying to point out how badly the country has been had. Four! They do not stand a chance.

      Welcome the uniparty. Georgia Senate votes will show just how much the Dems control the voting booth.

      Two party control in DC is dead!

      • Night Owl November 25, 2020 at 11:28 am #

        It has been dead for well over a decade. The Uniparty is not new, it began when individuals began prioritizing globalism and over country.

        That said, this is far from over, and there are far more than four people fighting the battle. IMO, Trump will remain president.

        The real issue is what comes after. The purveyors of the Great Reset have grown far bolder this year. Just saw they now have Quantas planning to demand mandatory vaccination of passengers.

        The COVID hoax can only continue if the BIden hoax is upheld and if the people give up.

        • Q. Shtik November 25, 2020 at 2:11 pm #

          IMO, Trump will remain president. – Night Owl


          That’s a brave prediction given the extent of the pro-Biden “cloak of inevitability”* we have reached.

          * a phrase used a few threads ago.

  107. Pucker November 25, 2020 at 9:51 am #

    The Emperor is wearing no clothes….

    The Titanic has hit the iceberg.

    Demanding Silicon Valley Suppress “Hyper-Partisan Sites” in Favor of “Mainstream News” (The NYT) is a Fraud

    The corporate news organizations masquerading as reliable and non-partisan are, in fact, as hyper-partisan as any sites on the internet, and spread as much misinformation.

    Glenn Greenwald
    Nov 25

    The most prolific activism demanding more Silicon Valley censorship is found in the nation’s largest news outlets: the media reporters of CNN, the “disinformation” unit of NBC News, and especially the tech reporters of The New York Times. That is where the most aggressive and sustained pro-internet-censorship campaigns are waged.

    • Pucker November 25, 2020 at 10:26 am #

      If the MSM is fake, then ipso facto, by default, the government is fake, right?

      • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 10:36 am #


    • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 10:36 am #


      The biggest fraud being dropped on this country is that there is a free press.

      The first amendment insists on a free to speak, independent press to maintain a public control on the government. Again, the purpose of the press is to represent US to monitor the antics of the Deep State.

      The MSM and the social media have totally betrayed its journalistic credo. Josef Goebbels is smiling from Hell at what the US press has become.

      It is the mouthpiece of a central government that is two months away from installing the uniparty control of DC. If the Dems win in Georgia, the traitorous RINOs will ensure control by the Deep State. Even if the GOP maintains control, the presence of Mittens , Collins, make the control tenuous.

      We do not have a press any more, just a bunch of Liberal, progressive assholes spouting off continuously. Without the power check of the press’ devils advocate role, the uniparty takes over and one man rule is soon to come. Can you imagine Kamala Harris as the first el Presidente of the ASSR? If that is not enough to make you puke, ??

      If the press was doing its job (Lois Lane style), THEY would be out investigating Dominion, they would be collecting affidavits from poll workers, they would be going through ballots looking for evidence of fraud. Oh no, not the bunch of corporate rubber stamps that our media has become. They even have the audacity to censor “lies” from conservatives. It is at the point that control of this country may reside in the editorial conference room rather than the WH or Congress.

      It makes me sick to hear today that a poll has said that 30% of Biden voters would have voted differently if they had known about the Hunter Biden corruption. 30%!!

      This country is now a mockery of its own Constitution. It’s population are sheeple that Watter’s ‘s World shows over and over what a bunch of know nothings we have become.

      Y. I do believe you are right, the system is so broken that secession is the only way out. Otherwise, the most free country in history IS history.

  108. Pucker November 25, 2020 at 10:04 am #

    Any quotations from Scripture to inspire me this morning? Preferably, something about God or Jesus Kick’n Ass….

    Thank you

    • SoftStarLight November 25, 2020 at 2:16 pm #

      Revelation 17:14 They will make war on the Lamb, and the Lamb will conquer them, for he is Lord of lords and King of kings, and those with him are called and chosen and faithful.

      Deuteronomy 30:7 And the LORD thy God will put all these curses upon thine enemies, and on them that hate thee, which persecuted thee.

      Deuteronomy 9:3 Understand therefore this day, that the Lord thy God is he which goeth over before thee; as a consuming fire he shall destroy them, and he shall bring them down before thy face: so shalt thou drive them out, and destroy them quickly, as the Lord hath said unto thee.

      Joshua 6:2 And the LORD said unto Joshua, See, I have given into thine hand Jericho, and the king thereof, and the mighty men of valour.

  109. Pucker November 25, 2020 at 10:21 am #

    Do people really bet on the US Presidential election? What a strange country….

    They used to bet on the outcome of wars by buying and selling war bonds. Lincoln was always freaking out whenever General Robert E. Lee whooped Yankee ass because Confederate victories drove down the price of the war bonds, and Lincoln would “Catch Hell” from the angry London war bond holders who then had to double down to try to get their money back.

    Do you remember that episode of Star Trek in which the away team of the Enterprise (Kirk, Uhuru, Chechov, and Scotty) were abducted by the alien race of immortal brains (without bodies) who gambled on everything as a way to deal with boredom. I think that it was called “The Gamesters of Triskillion”?

    NOT Making Headlines: Las Vegas Oddsmakers STILL Not Paying Out for Biden Victory — Gamblers More Honest than Garbage Dump Media
    By Jim Hoft
    Published November 25, 2020 at 8:54am

  110. Pucker November 25, 2020 at 10:37 am #

    The new social existential reality: Hi Tech Stupidity.

    Buck: “This is Hi Fi. That means “High Fidelity“. Those are 2 very important things to have in a stereo system.”

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    • Pucker November 25, 2020 at 11:12 am #

      Dominion Voting Systems, Inc.

      “George Soros probably named it ‘Dominion’ because he thought that Dominion is a really Cool name?”

  111. JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 10:54 am #


    We yell stupidity in the face of what has happened. Yeah, it is part of it. Add on complacency to it and ambivalence.

    The people of the US today do not even understand what America’s prime directive is. The supremacy of the individual! The Dems have succeeded in replacing that ethos with the ethos of the gimme state. They have won, succession is the only out. Let the minorities have their cities, ha, they can’t destroy much more.

    • Pucker November 25, 2020 at 10:59 am #

      I thought that “The Prime Directive” is “The Calling”, or obedience to God’s Will, to do what God “Calls” the individual to do. Like Jonah in the Bible?

      • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 11:09 am #

        Remember Star Trek. The prime directive was to not interfere with other life form’s development.

        Prime directive is the number one rule of the land or group. For God fearers, God’s word would be the PD.

    • Yohannon November 25, 2020 at 12:30 pm #

      Well that’s one of the things that has to change a bit. That’s how they took over you see…..

    • Q. Shtik November 25, 2020 at 1:53 pm #

      They have won, succession is the only out. – JohnAZ


      I’m pretty sure you meant secession.

      • JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 3:57 pm #

        Oops, yes!

  112. JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 10:59 am #

    Joe Biden, the first president with an asterisk for cheating.

  113. JohnAZ November 25, 2020 at 11:20 am #

    Just read that a proposal to vaccinate middle aged folks first to start the economy back up, because the elderly can stay more isolated and avoid the crud better.

    Could not agree more.

    Also, older folks are wiser and respect the rules more.

    Also, the kids and middle aged are the ones infecting the elders, so get them immune, the elderly can wait.

    Does not include folks who have caught the crud.

    • Yohannon November 25, 2020 at 12:34 pm #

      New study in Nature magazine. No assymptomatic transmission. And once you’ve had it, you’re good for a long time. No need for masks in other words. I know how hard this is for you, but you ain’t bringing that Covidian mindset or culture into the new America. You can bring Covid in, but not Covidianism. That’s the really dangerous disease.

      There were 10,652,513 eligible people aged ?6 years in Wuhan (94.1% of the total population). The nucleic acid screening was completed in 19 days (from May 14, 2020 to Jun 1, 2020), and tested a total of 9,899,828 persons from the 10,652,513 eligible people (participation rate, 92.9%). Of the 9899,828 participants, 9,865,404 had no previous diagnosis of COVID-19, and 34,424 were recovered COVID-19 patients.

      The screening of the 9,865,404 participants without a history of COVID-19 found no newly confirmed COVID-19 cases, and identified 300 asymptomatic positive cases with a detection rate of 0.303 (95% CI 0.270–0.339)/10,000. The median age-stratified Ct-values of the asymptomatic cases were shown in Supplementary Table 1. Of the 300 asymptomatic positive cases, two cases came from one family and another two were from another family. There were no previously confirmed COVID-19 patients in these two families. A total of 1174 close contacts of the asymptomatic positive cases were traced, and they all tested negative for the COVID-19. There were 34,424 previously recovered COVID-19 cases who participated in the screening. Of the 34,424 participants with a history of COVID-19, 107 tested positive again, giving a repositive rate of 0.310% (95% CI 0.423–0.574%).

      Virus cultures were negative for all asymptomatic positive and repositive cases, indicating no “viable virus” in positive cases detected in this study.

      All asymptomatic positive cases, repositive cases and their close contacts were isolated for at least 2 weeks until the results of nucleic acid testing were negative. None of detected positive cases or their close contacts became symptomatic or newly confirmed with COVID-19 during the isolation period. In this screening programme, single and mixed testing was performed, respectively, for 76.7% and 23.3% of the collected samples. The asymptomatic positive rates were 0.321 (95% CI 0.282–0.364)/10,000 and 0.243 (95% CI 0.183–0.315)/10,000, respectively.

      The 300 asymptomatic positive persons aged from 10 to 89 years, included 132 males (0.256/10,000) and 168 females (0.355/10,000). The asymptomatic positive rate was the lowest in children or adolescents aged 17 and below (0.124/10,000), and the highest among the elderly aged 60 years and above (0.442/10,000) (Table 1). The asymptomatic positive rate in females (0.355/10,000) was higher than that in males (0.256/10,000).

      Table 1 Characteristics of asymptomatic positive individuals.
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      The asymptomatic positive cases were mainly domestic and unemployed residents (24.3%), retired older adults (21.3%), and public service workers (11.7%) (Fig. 1).

      Fig. 2: The geographic distribution of the detection rate of asymptomatic positive cases.

  114. John1945 November 25, 2020 at 11:59 am #

    “Some people say a man is made outta mud
    A poor man’s made outta muscle and blood
    Muscle and blood and skin and bones
    A mind that’s a-weak and a back that’s strong

    You load sixteen tons, what do you get?
    Another day older and deeper in debt
    Saint Peter don’t you call me ’cause I can’t go
    I owe my Soul to the company store”

    Tennessee Ernie Ford, “16 Tons”,1956


    What changed after 60 years ? Nothing,only personal debt increased 100-fold and Workin’ Joe owes just 1/100 of his Soul to the company store.

    Now,adding insult to injury,he is supposed to admire The Corpse cum Whore of Babylon in the White House,pay Reparation Tax,have his guns confiscated and become permanent victim to the smirking, looting humanoid apes who will be his neighbors, courtesy of Section 8.

    Dem Devils are a perfect example how it is possible to be ultra-clever w/o being wise.They are impatient and push too hard.That will cause their demise,hopefully its gonna be mass suicides in prison 🙂