Fixed: WWE is discussing procedures with Colorado and Michigan regulators that would enable patrons in those states to bet on the results of scripted matches, according to a Wednesday report. So they want to allow people to “bet” on something when the outcome is already known? Geeze, that’s just stupid.
We don’t want to talk about it anymore, it’s in the past: Among the media losing its mind over the unspeakable evil of balanced reporting is Axios, a web-based outlet that imagines it has cultivated a reputation for centrist and dispassionate news reporting. The Democrats’ January 6 Select Committee was a study in propaganda, a one-sided hanging jury that jealously guarded its control over footage of the Capitol Riot and only released what it cherry-picked for the public to see. The committee did this to the extent it even withheld exculpatory video from the poor bastards in its crosshairs who now languish in federal cells, having been denied their right to due process. the new House speaker favored transparency and granted Fox News’s Tucker Carlson access to the full range of video that had previously only been wielded by the Establishment-Left kangaroo court. Carlson went right to work, highlighting previously hidden footage that revealed the partisans on the J6 committee to be manipulative, lying propagandists. Ok, if we are going to stop banging on the past, how about we forget about reparations? You know, because of that stuff from the past.
Sharper than a serpent’s tooth: In an interview with CBS News that aired Thursday, former NFL QB and original anthem-protester Colin Kaepernick accused his adoptive white parents, who took him in at five weeks old, of “perpetuating racism.” Talking about his new novel, ( title dropped by me ), Kaepernick talked about disagreements he had with his white parents. Disagreements he characterized as “problematic” and attributed to racism. As if we needed another reason to seriously dislike Colin Kaepernick.
Under Uncle Joe’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2024 proposes increasing funding to the FBI, Department of Justice (DOJ), and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to crack down on guns. The funding, which draws from a $17.8 billion “investment” in the DOJ’s federal law enforcement capacity, will be used to further regulate the firearms industry, create gun trafficking strike forces, enforce background checks and implement the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act. An act which is b=neither “bipartisan” nor will it make “safer communities”. This will be in addition to the new 87,000 irs agents from last year. Remember, if there’s more than 3 people involved, at least one is an informant.