Answer, Really really: Geez, how weird do you have to be to sit in a public restaurant and brag about having a Russian-Ukrainian “hit squad” ready to go after a political opponent? And then circle it all around to a political aide who is a “Masonic Grand High Priest”. I’m not sure which of these people, the actual candidate or the reporter, is weirder. I thought we stopped blaming the Masons for everything 200 years ago. (https://nationalfile.com/man-who-discussed-plot-to-kill-luna-bragged-about-my-freemason-brothers-and-we-have-to-sacrifice-some-sheeple/)
Not science: Alina Chan is a biologist at the Silver lab at the Harvard School of Medicine. Chan says liberal scientists lied to the American public for months about their beliefs on the origination of the virus. They did this because they didn’t want to be associated with President Trump, who was right about the virus all along.Chan said there had been trepidation among some scientists about publicly discussing the lab leak hypothesis “for fear that their words could be misconstrued or used to support racist rhetoric about how the coronavirus emerged.” (Emphasis mine) They didn’t want to “support racist rhetoric”, but they don’t mind casting doubt and derision upon a man, President Trump, who was trying to do the right thing. They should be ashamed, but they’re not.
Watch where you’re going: An Ohio police car ran over a man who’d been shot and called 911 for help – and he died shortly afterward, police and reports said. Eric Cole, 42, was hit in Springfield late Sunday and died early the next morning with an autopsy showing blunt-force trauma, fractures and internal bleeding. The man was lying in the street after a bullet pierced his left arm and went through “skin and the soft tissue,” WHIO said. It’s not clear who shot Cole and no arrests have been made. So the gsw was not serious, at least not as serious as being run over by a police SUV. Ooops.
Remember the McCloskey’s?: The wealthy husband-and-wife team who were slapped with criminal charges for waving guns at Black Lives Matter protesters in St. Louis, Mo., last year, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges in court on Thursday and agreed to give up the guns seized during the investigation. What did they do wrong? Instead of standing, holding their weapons in a non-threatening manner but ready to use, and yelling at the “peacxeful protesters” who had invaded their gated community by forcing open a locked gate, they pointed firearms in a threatening manner, with fingers on triggers. Throughout the criminal proceedings the two insisted they believed the protesters would have burned down their mansion if the two hadn’t “stood their ground.” Good training would have taught them the correct presentation and positioning. If you buy the firearm, get the training.
Chicago weekend; 54 shot, 5 fatal.
Shared pain is lessened pain: Archer Bellucci (10) of Cibolo, Texas, met service dog “Phish Food” in the fall of 2020. The dog offers the little boy comfort as he fights a chronic and painful bone disorder. While dealing with his own health issues, Archer decided to offer assistance to someone else. Twelve-year-old Denise Garcia of San Antonio needed her own service dog as she fights B-cell Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. She often feels lonely, even with her mom nearby. However, when Archer heard her story, he raised $13,000 over nine days to help provide her with a special pup. This is a fine young man.
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Gas 6/22/21. Up $.02 per/gal. going going going up up up