Why is everyone (or anyone) surprised: It is reported NY Gov. Cuomo gave preferential treatment to family relatives and New York elites at state coronavirus testing centers. If you consider his other actions, and those of his brother, it should be absolutely no surprise. Likewise, it’s no surprise CNN is not covering the numerous “inappropriate” complaints being leveled at El Governor. He was elected to “rule” and “lead”, not represent. Just ask him.
They don’t even see their own Hypocrisy: Al Sharpton predicted Monday on MSNBC’s “Deadline” that boycotts of Georgia-based companies for not publicly opposing Georgia’s new voting law would be successful. Then he comments, “Veterans gave their lives to protect the democracy, and to think that some of those veterans could be, from Georgia, or from one of the 43 other states that are changing election laws is to really make mockery of what veterans have given their lives for.” So, if my state makes a law that you don’t agree with, you don’t live in my state, and you financially force my state to change that law, that’s “DEMOCRACY”? No, that isn’t. As a veteran, which Al is not, I fought for everyone, and every state, to make up their own mind. Whether you like it or not.
Not equal under the law: Ashli Babbitt was the only person shot and killed at the D.C. peaceful insurrection. Since January 6th, 388 people have been arrested for their actions on January 6th at the Capitol. One of those charged is a member of Antifa. But nobody has been arrested or charged with Ashli’s murder.
Don’t call 911: Richard Pusey, who filmed four dying police officers at a crash last year while describing it as justice was “probably the most hated man in Australia,” a judge said Wednesday while considering his sentence. Stopped for speeding, the driver watched as the cops were struck by a passing truck then videoed the dying officers, with commentary. As other witnesses rushed to help, Pusey got out his phone and made two videos of the scene. He zoomed in on the faces and the injuries of the three male and one female officers and called the officers vulgarities. Others at the scene urged Pusey to help, but he shrugged them off, saying “they’re dead.” His attorney says Pusey has a severe personality disorder, including anti-authority traits. I say don’t call 911, ain’t nobody coming for you.
If I post a picture of me holding the severed head of Kathy Griffin, still dripping blood, is there anybody that doesn’t think I’ll be arrested and prosecuted? I didn’t think so.