New term for our vocabulary: Silver spoon socialist
Didn’t happen: Everyone, in the media, is talking about the “super spreader” event, the Sturgis S.D. biker rally. In 2020 there were over 475,000 people attending the bike run. Some figures show as low as 88 cases. Other “experts” claim 260,000 infections. “Fact checkers” from both side stand and scream their numbers are the “right” numbers so who do you believe? If it had been the higher number, we’d have been hearing about it ever since. I tend to believe it was probably around 500 or so, just like the national average, but that wouldn’t panic anyone, and the truth contradicts the truth, so they just don’t say anything.
Too little, maybe too late: President Joe Biden declared it a “bittersweet moment” before he signed a bill to award Congressional Gold Medals to officers who defended the Capitol on Jan. 6. What he didn’t mention is the D.C. officers that have committed suicide. So far, four Washington D.C. cops have committed “suicide”. All were involved the in Jan. 6, “protest”. Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three times is enemy action. Not sure what to call 4, other than really fishy.
They know better, just ask them: Failed Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and former first lady Michelle Obama have teamed up to push for legislation to advance the federal takeover of elections, eliminating voter ID laws. In a new video from Abrams’ “Fair Fight Action” and Obama’s “When We All Vote”, was released Thursday and features Abrams and Obama pushing for legislation that would allow for the federal takeover of elections, saying “We’re working to change the future of this nation.” Yes sir, we’ll take this voting trouble away from the states and make it standardized. To hell with that pesky States Rights” stuff in the constitution.
They want it both ways: MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle said Thursday on her show “Stephanie Ruhle Reports” that she does not understand people objecting to proving they are vaccinated against the coronavirus in order to work or enter public venues. But gods forbid those people, the voters, should want voter identification laws. What’s that word? Oh yeah, hypocrite.
Both sides of her mouth: Congresswoman Cori Bush says she spent nearly $70,000 on private security after facing “attempts on her life”. A defiant Rep Bush said she would continue to hire security personnel because she has “too much work to do.” Bush is one of several left-leaning Democrats who have called for police forces to be stripped of some of their resources. A search of the interwebz failed to find a single recorded “attempt” on the “Honorable” Congresscritter. And using the word honorable is a real stretch.