Not watching: Liam Neeson, the growling Irish saint of ex-cops and deadbeat dads, is not an obvious choice for the role of an ornery, conservative Southwestern rancher. Yet there he is as one Jim Hanson in Robert Lorenz’s The Marksman. Considering Neeson’s very outspoken in his anti-gun ownership stance, (you can watch me shoot people so you don’t need one of your own). I won’t be watching.
OPSEC: A retired Air Force officer who was arrested after he was filmed storming the U.S. Capital in military gear during last week’s riots was turned in by his ex-wife, authorities said. His ex-wife, whom he was married to for 18 years, called the FBI National Threat Operations Center to report she recognized him in photos taken inside the Capitol during the deadly Jan. 6 riot. Always act as if someone else is listening, someone else is watching, someone is always recording, and there is always someone ready to snitch you out.
Ashli Babbitt, Remember her name.
No MSM coverage: “San Francisco: Azerbaijani Muslims vandalize Armenian school, set fire to Armenian church.” Over the past year the number of hate crimes committed against the Armenian-American community has been on the rise. In the San Francisco Bay Area alone, there have been four hate crimes committed against the Armenian community over the last six months . Wrong victims. Doesn’t fit the narrative. If the roles were reversed, which they would not be and should not be, this would be the focus of screaming international headlines. Like it says, doesn’t fit the narrative so it’s not “news”.
Don’t need no stinkin’ reason: New York City will review whether it can legally end its contracts with the Trump Organization, Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) said Tuesday. Currently, the city has contracts with the Trump Organization to run a carousel, two ice rinks, and a golf course in the city’s parks. Not because of non-performance or any such actual reason, but because “TRUMP”.
You thought Saturday’s story was far out: Germany is set to put COVID dissidents who repeatedly fail to properly follow the rules in what is being described as a ‘detention camp’ located in Dresden. Violators are told that if they receive both a warning and then a fine, a court will decide whether they should be punished with a stint in the camp. And I wrote that story in ’86.