I don’t think that word means what you think it means: in·fra·struc·ture /ˈinfrəˌstrək(t)SHər/noun/ 1) the basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g. buildings, roads, power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise.//Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) took to social media Wednesday and announced, “Supreme Court expansion is infrastructure,” shortly after news emerged Democrats intend to roll out a court-packing bill this week to increase justices from nine to 13. This statement was accompanied by a picture I assume is Rep. Jones, sitting on a bench in a very “Forrest Gump” pose. It appears the democrats have decided it’s the English language that needs to change. They are embarking on an Orwellian campaign to convince everybody that any government policy whatsoever can be labeled infrastructure.
Mostly peaceful: On wednesday evening, CNN “reporters” were chased off from outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department in Minnesota after one of their crew members was nailed in the head with a water bottle. As the crew got into their vehicle it was pelted with objects, which appeared to be eggs. There has been rioting there for days over the police shooting of a man who slipped out of his handcuffs and hopped into his vehicle.
Are you shatting me: The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) will arrest people using pink handcuffs to raise awareness for breast cancer, Sheriff Alex Villanueva tweeted Thursday. I usually cuffed them with their hands behind them where they can’t see the cuffs, but whatever it takes to make “them” feel good.
It doesn’t matter what you want: The House of Representatives will vote Tuesday on whether to make Washington, D.C., a State. The House Oversight Committee, chaired by Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), voted the bill, H.R. 51, out of committee by a vote of 25-19 to create D.C. statehood Wednesday. I don’t remember our “representatives” asking the American people if they wanted the “neutral” location of Washington D.C. to become a state. So just who do they represent?
Something wrong here: I’m spending 1o days in quarantine because I work with a guy, who knows a guy, whose girlfriend tested positive. I have to produce papers and proof when I go the another island, even tho’ that is my “residence”. Now they’re talking about a “vaccination passport”. This is NOT the country I fought for, this seems more like the country I fought against.