Wednesday Motes With Deep Meaning(not really).

Surprised I am : London, Ontario is soon to be the home of the worlds largest cricket processing plant. No, I don’t know what they do with processed crickets. Make flower or protein mix maybe? Cricket powder?

It’s my right: The U.S. Constitution guarantee’s the right to ”peacefully assemble”. To me, peacefully does not mean you can stand in front of a black sop and call him all kinds of vile and disgusting names. It does not mean you can tell a white cop you’re going over his house, rape his daughter, and “get some dark his bloodline”. It does not mean you can use a bullhorn to broadcast an officers name, home address, wife’s name and such personal information. No, the constitution does not give you the right to be a bully.

How about this : NFL players have received the okay to wear decals with the names of the people killed in “police involved shootings”. How about they also wear the names of police officers killed in the line of duty? Or the names of American servicemen and women that have died so that these “sport stars” can make obscene money playing a school game? Nah. I didn’t think so.

Justice denied: In 2018, Cristhian Bahena Rivera, a 25-year-old illegal alien from Mexico, was charged with the murder of Mollie Tibbetts after police said he admitted to confronting and chasing down the young woman. His trial is no delayed until 2021. To me the key words are “he admitted”. Justice delayed, justice denied.

Asking for a friend: Shouldn’t stupid hurt?

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