Ok, let’s think about this: RBG passed week after a lengthy battle with cancer. Officially, the cause was complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas. According to reports, there are an estimated 56,770 new cases per year, unfortunately patients do experience distressing symptoms at end-of-life if not effectively treated. The woman was in pain, had been for some time, maybe years, and yet SEN. CHUCK SCHUMER (D-NY) wants us to believe her last words were , “my most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new President is installed.” Not a message to family or loved one’s, a political “wish”. Sorry, not buying it Chucky.
The stupid keeps coming: Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) pushed for adding more justices to the court. In a Tuesday interview with CNN’s “New Day,” Hirono argued in favor of “packing the court”, calling it “long overdue court reform.” “This is long overdue court reform as far as I’m concerned, and I have been thinking about court reform and what we can do regarding the Supreme Court.” Funny, for the past 39 years she has been in politics, and this is the first time she’s mentioned “court reform”. The courts are “supposed” to be impartial, unbiased, and to judge all cases by law, not political party affiliation. Hey Mazie, how much is that loaf of bread in Honolulu. I’ll wait.
Add “Emergency Proclamations”, add a 7-month close down, and you get: Almost every day, there’s news about another Hawaii business closing its doors because of the pandemic and ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. There’s no official tally of how many businesses have permanently shuttered. But a new analysis from Yelp suggests the number is in the hundreds. The Yelp survey found 9 in every 1,000 businesses in Hawaii have permanently closed — one of the highest rates in the country. In Honolulu, the figure was roughly 11 out of every 1,000 businesses.
Watch the camera: Sitting here watching the “news” about the indictment of one of the cops involved in the Taylor incident. All these marchers walking around shouting for justice, many of them armed with AR platform long guns, and as the camera swings around it spots a group of three men, all carrying long guns over their shoulders, passing what appears to be a joint. Remember, today someone is always recording. And isn’t it funny that they are “long guns” when the left has them, and “assault rifles” when the right carries them. Hmmmmm