Dear KAG: 20210513 Daily Open Thread

Well, Wednesday was one humdinger of a day.


On Capitol Hill, as expected, the legacy representative from Wyoming known as Liz Cheney got bounced from a Republican Party leadership position. That position has yet to be filled, and frankly might be vacant for a while.

Former Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller testified before a House committee and dropped a couple bombshells.

Miller also said that President Trump gave him permission ahead of time to give Mayor Bowser whatever she requested in the way of help. Miller felt he didn’t have to talk to POTUS to act that day.

Oh, and Miller claims he changed his mind on whether or not President Trump incited the whole Capitol invasion.

“You said the insurrection happened because of Trump’s speech,” Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA) said during the hearing.

But Miller then tried to walk back his original claims, saying he’d had a change of heart after seeing information from the ongoing criminal investigation into the siege and statements from D.C. Police Chief Robert Contee. He said he now believed there was “some sort of conspiracy where there were organized assault elements that intended to assault the Capitol that day.”

“I’d like to modify my original assessment,” Miller said, to which Lynch snarked,” Why am I not surprised about that?”

“We are getting more information by the day, by the minute,” Miller said. “There was some sort of conspiracy… that intended to storm that Capitol that day… I have reassessed. [Trump was] not the unitary factor at all.”

An incredulous Lynch told Miller, “For your written testimony for today, for today, this morning, you stated the following about the president, quote, ‘I personally believe his comments encouraged the protesters that day.’”

Insults using the word “ridiculous” ensued, but still…President Trump wanted the National Guard to protect the MAGA people, not Congress. And…Christopher Miller claims to have changed his mind.


On to Memphis where a suspicious looking fissure in the steel of the bridge that carries Interstate 40 was found.

Being a native of a city a couple hundred miles upstream from Memphis with not one bridge carrying Interstates, but three (out of about a dozen including the rail bridges) over two rivers…this ain’t good, but it is fixable. And it also looks like a natural crack, but without shaving samples there’s no way to prove it one way or another.

However, if this was sabotage, guarding the infrastructure should be a pretty high priority and if the federal people won’t do it, the state and locals should.

Oh, and about the pipeline shutdown:

And then there’s this:

And now the real truth comes out.

So…there’s a “gas shortage” and a fifth of the country is grinding to a halt for nothing?

Oh, somebody’s going to have to answer for this.

Oh, that’s right, there are ELECTION AUDITS going on in Arizona and Michigan.

We’re supposed to be watching those red pill machines, not the side shows that unfortunately are impacting us more immediately even if the audits in the end are far more important.

What a friggin’ mess.

For all the people still placing stock in the mainstream media.

And don’t forget: NOTHING IS AT IT SEEMS


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What makes a movie GOOD?
GREAT actors?


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1After this he left Athens and went to Corinth. 2And he found a Jew named Aq’uila, a native of Pontus, lately come from Italy with his wife Priscilla, because Claudius had commanded all the Jews to leave Rome. And he went to see them; 3and because he was of the same trade he stayed with them, and they worked, for by trade they were tentmakers. 4And he argued in the synagogue every sabbath, and persuaded Jews and Greeks. 5When Silas and Timothy arrived from Macedo’nia, Paul was occupied with preaching, testifying to the Jews that the Christ was Jesus. 6And when they opposed and reviled him, he shook out his garments and said to them, “Your blood be upon your heads! I am innocent. From now on I will go to the Gentiles.” 7And he left there and went to the house of a man named Titius Justus, a worshiper of God; his house was next door to the synagogue. 8Crispus, the ruler of the synagogue, believed in the Lord, together with all his household; and many of the Corinthians hearing Paul believed and were baptized.

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Thank you, DP, for not leading us into the wilderness of DISTRACTION.

Deplorable Patriot

The audits are probably the beginning of the re-taking of the nation. But, they have to play out.


That’ll teach that fish to get in the pupper’s face. Lol.

Deplorable Patriot

I was rather sad that the nasty creature escaped.


Me too!
I was like…”No no, drag that fish back up on the bank. Don’t let it go!”

Gail Combs

Look a bit smaller than the one who did in my girl friend’s back a couple days ago. I am surprised the dog had the strength to drag it on shore… And the people didn’t grab it for the freezer. GOOD EATING!

Deplorable Patriot

That is a lab. She looks a lot like ours did. Labs were developed to pull fishing nets in in the North Atlantic off of Newfoundland. The fishermen wanted a dog with the size and strength of a Newfoundland and an otter like coat like a pointer. And so we have Labradors.

Gail Combs

My first two dogs were labs.


(Dog, to fish:) You’ve been RETRIEVED!!!


I don’t know about the “good” eating; that water looked awfully muddy and there’s nothing worse than muddy tasting catfish, imho.

Gail Combs

It may have been muddy because of the dog.

I think a muddy tasting duck is worse. I LOVE DUCK, I like catfish.

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At first i thought theyd trained him to help fish but he was mad at that catfish.


Ellen is quitting her show, after this next year.

Well after her lockdown wierd behavior, revelations of her oprah esque beeyotch treatment of employees, and her suspicious involvement in the Vegas shooting and interview of the “security guard ” with his handler….. its time shes at least not on camera.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy


Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

APPROVE of the medicinal use of ethyl hydryl ether, a wondrous derivative of dihydrogen monoxide, and only slightly more deadly, but of great utility nonetheless!
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One should mention how important it is to follow dosing and administration guidelines for proper effect.


If I remember correctly, Rhett Butler showed up not long after that and she gargled some perfume to hide the smell, LOL.

Sylvia Avery

Winner, winner, chicken dinner!!! I’ve seen that movie so many times!!!


Then you probably would have “got” an in-joke at my maternal grandparents’ home.

It has to do with the first spoken lines in the movie, beginning with, “Xxxxxin’ Xxxx!!!”


Starring my grandfather as the foreman.


This was likely popular because when GWTW came out, my grandfather was still working as a projectionist. He probably saw the film dozens of times.

Sylvia Avery

Oh dear! I just remember the opening scene as being the Tarleton twins on the veranda with Scarlett and they are talking about how they’ve left college because war is coming soon. Nothing that fits!!!


There’s the credits, then a preamble explanation, then a view of the fields, then a little dialogue that roughly goes —

Random Person: “Quittin’ Time!!!”

Foreman: “Hey, I’se the foreman ‘roun’ here, and I’se the one that says ‘quittin’ time.'”

Foreman: *Looks around at everyone else biting their tongue.* “Quittin’ Time!!!”

Sylvia Avery

Oh my heavens YES! I’d forgotten all about that little bit. It wasn’t in the book, purely a creation for the movie. Thanks for the memory!


That was a running gag at my grandparents’ home. Sometimes Grandma would start it with “Quittin’ Time!!!”, sometimes I’d start it….

Sylvia Avery

That’s a really cute family memory.😊😊😊

Cuppa Covfefe

Not in this, erm, condensed [WWTW] version either… though at at 15:09, “I saw it in a window and I just couldn’t resist it”….. 😀


Cuppa, in case you can’t see it…this video says it is “blocked in your country”.

Which I’m assuming means it’s blocked from playing in the US.

Cuppa Covfefe

Whoa…. for once I can see something that y’all can’t 😀

Drat. It’s also on Dailymotion, but the quality is poooor.

The vid is from the Carol Burnett show where they did “Went With The Wind”, a twenty-minute, erm, condensation of GWTW, with the skit starting 1:50 in.
Wonder if the Carol Burnett show is in syndication on Netflicks, Primed, or some ChiCom networx…

The scene where she comes down with the drapes draped over her shoulders (complete with curtain rod) was epic…

(I’ll bet the ad farms will insert an ad for a VPN service – would be ironic in the case of Google/YouTube)…

Here’s a try at the “curtains” sequence…

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Epic show! Never laughed so hard in my life.

Cuppa Covfefe

Just found out, Carol Burnett has her own YouTube channel. Here’s the official version (starts at 27:44 in if the time parm doesn’t work right):


Thanks, Cuppa!🥰

Cuppa Covfefe

Look out for when the Union officer shows up asking for some matches 😆 (at 33:50)…


Would anyone under 55 even understand GWTW today? Let alone permit themselves to see what a great movie it is?

And BTW, I received great scorn and mockery in high school when I carried around the book when reading it (personal reading, it was not required). Not because of the slavery thing, but because of a boy reading a “girl’s” book.

I re-read it a couple years ago and confirmed what a great book it is. Although this time I was much better informed about the Civil War, and was amazed how accurately Mitchell beautifully caught the antebellum spirit and times.

Deplorable Patriot

As one in that age category, yes.

And as a connoisseur of romance, that thing is a soap opera.

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But set in such a rich historical time.


The book is better than the film…and the film is magnificent!


Absolutely! I forgot what a great writer Mitchell was until I re-read. Her insights are perfect and her use of language is often lyrically beautiful, not just boilerplate.

I watched the movie recently and was amazed to remember how magnificent it was. I watched The Searchers right after and had the same reaction.

But during both I thought how younger people might not understand let alone appreciate either because of their (younger persons’) epistemic closure.

Deplorable Patriot

The film’s cinematography and costuming are meant for the big screen and as a result epic. The script left something to be desired, IMO. Vivian Leigh made it work, among others.

It’s still a soap opera, and couldn’t finish the book when I tried to read it. I think I still have a copy from the 1930s.


The color cinematography was a milestone in the industry.

Most of the other films at that time, were in black & white.

Filmed in ‘Panavision’ was also something new.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Now THAT is excellent!


Well yes splodey head dimms, TRUMP IS RIGHT!
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Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) Tweeted:
UPDATE: @FoxNews has confirmed via the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that construction on a 13.4 mile stretch of border wall levee in the Rio Grande Valley will *RESUME* after pressure from local residents & politicians.
The Biden admin previously halted all construction.


What about the rest of it? Just putting up a few miles there isn’t going to stop them.


No…theyre dipping the toe in. Passive placation without really solving the prob. They want those trafficked kids.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. I’m convinced of that now. A tiny fraction of the trafficked kids are siphoned off for these wicked monsters, who will pay any price for their evil.


Child sex trafficking right under our noses. So evil.

Gail Combs

Makes you wonder about all those unaccompanied girls a rancher found. I think they were ‘delivered’ to the WRONG ranch.

Border crisis: 5 unaccompanied migrant girls found abandoned in Texas

A farmer said he discovered the ‘baby girls’ hungry and crying.

Five abandoned migrant girls, all under the age of 7, were discovered Sunday by a Texas farmer on his land in Quemado, near the Rio Grande River.

Rep. Tony Gonzales, R-Texas, spoke with the farmer who said he found the “baby girls” hungry and crying. He said one was naked and was crawling because she was too young to walk.

The farmer said it was very hot so he provided them shelter and gave them some food before authorities arrived. He said he did not believe they would have survived if he had not spotted them.

The incident seemed to underscore the worsening situation along the southern border. The farmer told Gonzales that he lived on the farm since 1946 and he never experienced such conditions….

The girls ranged in age from 11 months to 7 years old, according to ABC 7. Three of them are believed to be from Honduras and the other two from Guatemala. The report said the girls did not require medical attention…. [NOT raped? Therefore high priced merchandise. – GC]

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That is heart-breaking.

Welcome to Hell, courtesy of whoever is running the American government.

Deplorable Patriot

I’m not seeing hell, exactly, just people resisting making the changes necessary to restore the Republic. They’re too comfortable.


I was trying to imagine what it is like to be an abandoned child in a strange country, especially those who are here for sex trafficking purposes

Gail Combs

Given they are ALL girls under the age of seven from DIFFERENT COUNTRIES, you know they were being sex trafficked.


Just horrible.


There is no doubt, bc they are abused on the way here. We have no idea how many are taken along the way.


I read that they’re not really building the wall, they’re repairing some structure that was going to be torn down TO build the wall. Don’t have the link handy but will look for it


“Wall construction remains paused to extent permitted by law. Per DHS, we’ve started critical work to repair the Rio Grande Valley’s flood levee, which was excavated to make way for border wall. This remediation work will not involve expanding border barrier,” USACE stated on Twitter.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) explained in a statement that repairs will “protect border communities from physical dangers” left in the wake of the construction. The statement claims that “large holes’ were blown into the Rio Grande Valley’s flood barrier system to make way for the wall which, as a result, requires repairing to prevent “catastrophic flooding.”

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

If NO Wall, then leave the flooding danger. At least that has deterrent capability.


Dang it.


Dan’s retweet of Breaking News:

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“The left is pushing so hard because they know how terribly tenuous their hold on power actually is. They know if they can’t push people into eliminating local police who, however many bad apples there are, constitute your neighbors, and replacing them with bureaucrats from afar who will not hesitate to follow orders to arrest or shoot you, their hold is going to collapse.”

HR1 should be dead in the water. Should be…


“Last week, the Gateway Pundit reported about the emergency meeting that was called by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, after the County was reportedly unable to provide passwords to the auditors performing an audit of the county’s 2020 Election results. They also did not provide access to the routers which were requested in the audit as well.

“This afternoon, it was discovered that “the entire database” for the 2020 General election, showing the “Results Tally and Reporting,” has been deleted!”


Heads need to roll. I certainly hope “we have it all.”

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So nothing happening to anyone?


I think the pitchforks will come out soon if nothing is done.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Let me put it this way. I am not a violent person, but I could not serve on the jury of anybody who committed violence to get justice in this matter. This is un-American at WAR LEVELS.

I repeat.


This is worth FIGHTING OVER.

Fix it. Or else WAR STARTS.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

This is CRIMINAL GOVERNMENT beyond what is tolerable by peaceful means.


Illegitimate government stuff.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

How can a government even be dealt with when it destroys evidence?

I mean, it’s one thing for them to evade where it’s legal – I get that – that’s how most of the American legal world operates – at “grade C” honesty, but let’s give them that.

THIS is well below that. This is destroying evidence that it’s their JOB, legally, to protect.


I know. It’s intolerable. Grinding my teeth.

Sylvia Avery

Feels like my head’s gonna explode.


It seems bottomless. On my local level, the mayor and city council appointed (in a secret meeting) the election officials for the city. It was two city employees, one of whom is related to a CC member.

They did not run the election through the county clerk.

Guess who won? Yup. The incumbents.

Corruption is epic on the local levels in our nation.

Gail Combs

Not much of a penalty if you destroy the evidence so there is ZERO REASON NOT TO DO SO!
§20701. Retention and preservation of records and papers by officers of elections; deposit with custodian; penalty for violation

Every officer of election shall retain and preserve, for a period of twenty-two months from the date of any general, special, or primary election of which candidates for the office of President, Vice President, presidential elector, Member of the Senate, Member of the House of Representatives, or Resident Commissioner from the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico are voted for, all records and papers which come into his possession relating to any application, registration, payment of poll tax, or other act requisite to voting in such election, except that, when required by law, such records and papers may be delivered to another officer of election and except that, if a State or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico designates a custodian to retain and preserve these records and papers at a specified place, then such records and papers may be deposited with such custodian, and the duty to retain and preserve any record or paper so deposited shall devolve upon such custodian.

Any officer of election or custodian who willfully fails to comply with this section shall be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.

( Pub. L. 86–449, title III, §301, May 6, 1960, 74 Stat. 88 .)

Deplorable Patriot

If caught, and proven, though, destruction of evidence is a crime that can be added to the laundry list.


That’s what they are banking on. They will be tried and convicted of this, but not of election fraud.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

YUP. There you go. They’ll avoid it, but it’s no sweat if they are convicted.



Deplorable Patriot

This is why we will have military tribunals for this, IMO. Treason carries that level of court action.

Deplorable Patriot

They need an airtight case, and a judge not on the take. The first one is doable. The second…your guess is good as mine.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I’m ready for the tanks to roll.


This cannot be ignored.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I agree. There need to be arrests, and then they can fight over THOSE.

Gail Combs


Even if convicted they only get a slap on the wrist:

Every officer of election shall retain and preserve, for a period of twenty-two months from the date of any general, special, or primary election…

 Any officer of election or custodian who willfully fails to comply with this section shall be fined not more than $1,000 𝗢𝗥 imprisoned not more than one year, or both.”

A $500 to $1,000 fine with NO JAIL TIME? (Notice the 𝗢𝗥)

Heck it isn’t even worth hiring a lawyer! Express remorse, plead ignorance pay the fine and walk out LAUGHING!

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

What about some CONSPIRACY to COMMIT xxx charges??

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

It also says “or both” so they could be hit with the fine, the jail sentence, or both the fine and the jail sentence.

A friendly judge would probably just hit them with the $1000 fine, suspended.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yup. A LAWYER costs more than the FINE.


They knew they would get away with this, like Hillary got away with deleting her emails.

Gail Combs

The penalty is so light it might just as well NOT EXIST. Makes you wonder about the politicians who passed that POS law. It is nothing but a  🖕  to the ‘voting’ serfs.


Yep. But, EXPOSURE of the corruption is a big thing. It is facilitating change.

Deplorable Patriot

There has to be a copy of it someplace. It’s not like a Word file that’s only found on one PC. Some router somewhere has it.

Cuppa Covfefe

A router doesn’t store data; only routing tables with various addresses, staic routes, prioritization info, etc. What they need is a database, a backup or snapshot of the data that was taken in real time, stored on a server or backup media. Sort of like the discs from the various “interesting” laptops…

As in “we have it all”.

Someone has to have it, be it the ChiComs, the NSA, or the DEMONRATS themselves.

Seems like the time is approaching for real patriots to rush these dens of iniquity and flush the DEMONRAT deep-state denizens away for good…


It is VERY HARD to completely delete computer files, from what I understand.

Jovan Pulitzer and his like can recover most anything, especially if it wasn’t done by professionals.

If it WAS done by professionals, well then that in itself is part of a crime, right?

Deplorable Patriot

I would assume so.


If it was done by professionals it wasn’t some spur of the moment action of an idiot poll counter, and should attract a harsher punishment.


My son would be in heaven to find one of these.

Rob (@_ROB_29) Tweeted:
Megalodon tooth.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

That bit some pretty big critters in its day!


Okay, but what is it really?

Megalodon, meaning “big tooth”, is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago, during the Early Miocene to the Pliocene. It was formerly thought to be a member of the family Lamnidae and a close relative of the great white shark.Wikipedia

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I must say I prefer MAGA-LA-DON.


Lol. Cute.


Its still cool. I bought a mako shark tooth for him for his birthday coming up. Our beaches are barren here! East coast has some really interesting finds.

Gail Combs

Decades ago I found the tooth of a bear (extinct dated 25,000 years old) in an Alabama cave. I sent it to a university for dating and ID.

…the giant short-faced bear is one of the few species that dared to rival the Arctotherium in size as well. The species first appeared roughly 800,000 years ago in what is now the United States, and soon spread in Canada. It is believed that the bear averaged 2,000 pounds and stood six foot tall at the shoulder. Fully drawn up, these massive bears could reach up to 12 feet…


Oh woooow! Did they send it back to you?

Gail Combs

Yes, I have it in my rock & fossil collection. I also got some really nice ammonite fossils while in Germany.
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Cuppa Covfefe

They have TONS of these (OK, not that much – tons of stuff to go through to get to them, though) at the Hauff Museum down here in south Germany.
There’s a large visitor center, with “model dinosaurs”, etc., out front, and displays of fossils and other finds inside. Out back there’s a large area where you can “dig your own”. Nice place to visit (though I tend more toward the technik museums in Sinsheim and Speyer – nerdvana)…

There are also a lot of interesting fossils, relics, etc. at the Grube Messel (basically a tar pit). (I used to live/work near there in the 80s, but never stopped in, darn)…..


Kiddo and i read about all the fossils in Germany. Likely an area for having babies for generations and then dried out, trapped them. I believe loads of plesiosaurs.


Neat. Im sure our creek would have something, but i dont know how to find, and it would require diving and digging.

Sylvia Avery

Oh Grandma that’s some great news! Thanks for bringing it!

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

VSGPOTUS was up over 800K that night. Majorest of Major fraud occurred in PA.🤬

Valerie Curren

I saw something about one in Connecticut too!



Sometimes I wonder if I’m crazy questioning doctors and scientists on their motives and level of expertise when it comes to Covid, and then I remember that medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the US and I feel better about my choice.


Love her logic.

Concerned Virginian

And my step-grandson, age 16 and autistic, got his first shot of the Pfizer experimental gene-altering drug (the “vaccine”) yesterday.

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Deplorable Patriot

I’m sorry. I really am.


Noooo. 😪😰

Praying he comes through unscathed.

Deplorable Patriot

After listening to my one brother last night, the problem is blind trust in the medical establishment. It hasn’t been shaken yet, and needs to be obliterated.

Concerned Virginian

And there’s also the blind trust of the medical establishment in “the science”, in “what the CDC says”, in the opinions of the AMA. I suspect that at least part of that “blind trust” is combined with “I don’t want to rile my colleagues” and/or “I want to keep my job”.

Gail Combs

Mostly it is I do not want to lose my STATE license. Remember those bucking the Covid narrative are being threaten with the loss of licence as well as job.

The other threat that is very much over looked is INSURANCE!!!

Believe me the insurance companies DICTATE WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN NOT DO! This goes for ALL businesses.


Never forget the ‘2008 Bank Bailout’ money actually went to the INSURANCE COMPANY AIG that held foreclosure insurance policies that were vastly under capitalized.

Foreclosure Home News and Opinion How the AIG Bailout Could be Driving More Foreclosures?

The story of AIG seems to be never ending. It was a huge insurance firm with lots of profitable parts and apparently one part so unprofitable that it not only sank the company but it continues to threaten the entire economy. To date the government has poured $170 billion into AIG relief. Whether some, all or any of that money will ever be returned to taxpayers is unknown.

Much of what AIG lost is not related to insurance, at least not in the sense of fire and theft coverage or claims from hurricanes or floods. Instead AIG has apparently been a world-leader in credit default swaps (CDS), a kind of exotic financial product you can’t get from GEICO, State Farm or Mutual of Omaha.

“A credit default swap (CDS) is a credit derivative contract between two counterparties,” says Wikipedia. “The buyer makes periodic payments to the seller, and in return receives a payoff if an underlying financial instrument defaults. CDS contracts have been compared with insurance, because the buyer pays a premium and, in return, receives a sum of money if one of the specified events occur.”

Unlike regular insurance policies, credit default swaps were regarded as very profitable for several reasons:

Instead of cars or houses, credit default swaps were used to guarantee mortgage-backed securities (MBS), a safe bet according to the best-available mathematical models. Why? Because most homeowners pay off their home loans with the certainty of an ATM.

The is no reserve requirement with CDS because there’s no government regulation. Each insurance company can set aside as much — or as little — as it wants for reserves. In fact, a company could set aside nothing for potential losses without violating regulatory requirements….

 👉 CDS premium revenue is not restricted to those who might have actual losses or real assets to protect. You can bet as much as you want and create as many CDS as you want. [A bank in another country could bet on your home being foreclosed even though they do not own the mortgage. It was to the banks benefit that YOU lost your house. -GC]

For insurance companies who expected few losses, CDS were like a slot machine that always paid because the models said few losses could be expected under any circumstances….

Who Won

…In fact, AIG reports that between September 16, 2008, and the end of the year it paid out $22.4 billion to CDS counterparties including Merrill Lynch ($1.8 billion), Deutsche Bank ($2.6 billion), Goldman Sachs ($2.5 billion) and Societe Generale ($4.1 billion)….

So the US tax payer bailed out EUROPEAN BANKS…

I added that article because we should never forget what BUSH/OBAMA/CLINTON did to US home owners and tax payers. The ONLY winners in the mess were the BANKS.

 May 11, 2019 at 02:28

Hussein wanted us broke and on our knees.

Primed for the takeover that was to happen under Hillary.

It was Hussein’s lawsuit against Citibank…on behalf of ACORN…back in 1995, that started what turned into the Banking Crisis.

He sued Citibank to *force them* to make subprime loans.

Subprime loans = loans to people who cannot afford to pay them back.

That lawsuit sent shockwaves throughout the banking industry.

My husband was a banker then…and he predicted what was going to happen.

He quit the banking industry because he didn’t want any part of what was going on.

And yeah, the Fed facilitated Hussein’s reign by keeping interest rates low and printing money to prop him up….

Here are the other laws signed by Clinton that set up the AIG Bailout – Foreclosuregate:
(I rearranged the order and added comments)

The McFadden Act of 1927 or Amendment to the National Banking Laws and the Federal Reserve Act (P.L. 69-639, 44 STAT. 1224): Prohibited interstate banking.

[Clinton’s Law: Negating above:]

Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act of 1994 (P.L. 103-328, 108 STAT. 2338).

Permits bank holding companies to acquire banks in any state one year Beginning June 1, 1997, allows interstate mergers.

The Glass-Steagall Act or Banking Act of 1933 (P.L. 73-66, 48 STAT. 162):

Separated commercial banking from investment banking, establishing them as separate lines of commerce.

Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 (P.L. 84-511, 70 STAT. 133):

Prohibited bank holding companies headquartered in one state from acquiring a bank in another state.

[Clinton’s Law: Negating both of the above laws:]

Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (P.L. 106-102, 113 STAT 1338)

(pdf version from Government Printing Office.)

“Repeals last vestiges of the Glass Steagall Act of 1933. Modifies portions of the Bank Holding Company Act to allow affiliations between banks and insurance underwriters. Law creates a new financial holding company authorized to engage in: underwriting and selling insurance and securities, conducting both commercial and merchant banking, investing in and developing real estate and other “complimentary activities.”

Allows national banks to underwrite municipal bonds.

Amends the Community Reinvestment Act to require that financial holding companies can not be formed before their insured depository institutions receive and maintain a satisfactory CRA rating.

Makes significant changes in the operation of the Federal Home Loan Bank System, easing membership requirements and loosening restrictions on the use of FHLB funds.”

(Newest version:

Sorry for the long repeat but we need to remember this recent history and spread it far and wide!


Wow, Gail…I’m honored that you would save an old comment of mine.
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Gail Combs

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Wheatie, you underestimate yourself.


There is discussion that the liability for mandated experimental vaccines is being placed on businesses, and institutions that require the vaccine for employees and customers.

Would this liability shift to insurers that mandate these policies for businesses and institutions whose risk they indemnify?

Seems like a double edged sword, imo.

Deplorable Patriot

I’ve read that the insurers will not cover any injury caused by such a requirement.

That might be what it takes to get this to stop.


Easier to blame the businesses, for their unlawful behavior, than it is to blame the gov’t, for theirs.

The gov’t is “off-loading” their culpability to the private sector.

In point of fact, IMO, NO businesses should be doing the enforcement of gov’t rules on their own customers.

Or their employees, for that matter.

Businesses are all “goin’ along to get along” – but it’s a pernicious legal trap.

Going that “extra mile” for (perceived) SAFETY has put the private sector in a TRAP. Fear is the impetus to do so.

And, the kicker is that these virtue-signaling businesses will be hoisted by their own petard … by NOT doing their own due diligence, under the law.

Public Accommodations section, of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

Like my grocery store experience, a few weeks ago. The legal “buck” stops with the businesses: it’s been their CHOICE to enforce gov’t mandates (clearly unlawful), rather than putting the burden in its proper place – with the gov’t.

Diabolical …

(Btw, “insurers” are the quintessential “middle-men” – they end up dictating most everything private businesses do.)


It’s looking more and more like the insurers are the “work around” for the inability to pass laws requiring “whatever” or to buttress local building requirements, etc. They’re all in each others’ pockets.

Gail Combs

VERY TRUE! If you are a small business person you find the Insurance company takes 10% of your GROSS and then tells you what you can and can not do. 🙄 


The more I look at the insurers and the county requirements, the more suspicious I get. Building and fire codes, supported by insurance requirements, a lot of which are overkill or inappropriate for the region drive up building and business costs.

Insurance for health, pets, car care, funeral costs, you name it, there’s insurance for it.


Interesting. So it may be back on the institutions and businesses. They’ll drop requirements if no one will indemnify them, imo.

I’m interested in the risk to the endowments of the research institutions that got us into this mess.

Saw this today:

…”At the University of Georgia, community activists want the school to contribute to Athens’ efforts to atone for an urban renewal project that destroyed a Black community in the 1960s to make way for college dorms.”…

What is the risk to the endowments of land grants whose endowments were funded by sale of native land scrip?

What about the endowment of a land grant whose graduate school of architecture and planning shaped the urban renewal plans for cities across the US, and globally, and even had faculty in municipal planning positions during urban renewal?

Can anyone say “institutional racism”? The left will bring themselves down.

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Strong Memorial Hospital had such a bad reputation that it made 60 minutes.

Cuppa Covfefe

The cult of scientism (probably started with Isaac Asimov, or before)… belief that science could solve anything and everything… Eisenhower had a few things to say about that…


It’s coming. So sad, but it will probably come in the form of deaths and sterility of many children. It makes me physically ill to think about it.

Deplorable Patriot

I just can’t think about it. It’s beyond infuriating.

Gail Combs

More than infuriating when you try to warn friends and neighbors and they think you are a ‘kook’


My daughter told me how wonderful she and her husband feel having had the shots. I am not sure if the University will require my grand kids to get the shot. I am not the parent.
All I can say is that I did my best to keep my kids safe and now it is their turn to keep theirs safe.
How does one stop 50 plus year old adults with scientific background not to take the shot? All three took it did not ask me then why would they ? All I can do is pray and hope all will be ok.



I’m bringing an Ars Technica article in — — because of some personal wrinkles.

Back a few years, we bought a Vizio TV for the living room “large” TV (47″, I think — we bought it to fit the stand). It wants to be connected to the internet.

Of course, I said, “why?” and the answer was so that it could do all this whiz-bang stuff, like show YouTube videos… which, I responded “why?” — and they said, “so we can do software upgrades”…..and if you’re seeing a pattern, yup. They never convinced me to let it see the internet.

Turns out, they were spying on customers way back then, and one of the reasons they needed to update the software was because it was running Ubuntu 12.04 in late 2016. [There was an article where some of the features on its menu ran poorly written shell scripts, and you could escape the shell script and substitute shell commands of your own. Sort of like little Bobby Tables. I did a PoC [Proof of Concept] on this, laughed, and said, “monitor it is, then”.

Sorry, Chumlies, the Vizio is, has been, and always will be a dumb presenter of video and audio — with all special features, switching, control, etc in another box under better control. I think it was a good deal, not least of which because it was among the most forgiving TVs at the price for viewing angle, and it’s been fine for years.

But hook it to the internet? HAHAHAHAHAHaHaHaHaHahahahaha! No.


I should note that one of the things we use to drive it is a blue-ray player that also wants to connect to the internet……and if we were ever silly enough to do so, it would stop playing all regions of DVDs.


I also sent their customer service people a request that they let me update it to 16.04 and use it as a general-purpose computer. Oddly enough, they never replied to that suggestion.

Cuppa Covfefe

Samsung had a similar “problem”. Seems that Sam-sung far and wide with customer information, and was irritating to the point of infesting channel menus with ads. They got kicked for that (at least over here). Not sure if they’ve improved.

[I have some Samsung NVMe drives, and I probably need to take a closer look at what magic Samsung Magician is working…. So far I’m just suffering with other (ATI/AMD bloatware) drivers]…..


The subject of being a projectionist came up, so I thought I’d put some stuff out there.

A standard film reel for shooting movies was 1000 feet. It weighed about eight pounds, and held about 11 minutes of video. Then you had to change the reel. A standard distribution technique was to send out “two-reelers”, where oversized reels of 2000 feet were used. Unsurprisingly, they weighed about 16 pounds and held about 22 minutes of video. Ever wonder why so many movies are about 90 minutes long? What is four times 22?

The original film stock — the backing that images were put on — was nitrocellulose, also known as celluloid. It’s a beautiful, pellucid substance, as clear as unpolluted air after a spring rain. When ground into a powder, it is also known as guncotton, used in ammunition as “smokeless powder”, and about three times as explosive by weight as gunpowder.

Few people now remember the principles of theater design from that period, and things now seem quirky and strange. If you look back over your shoulder when a movie is playing, the windows through which it is projected are not much bigger than the light from the film, and there are very few windows on the back wall of the theater. That’s because the film would occasionally catch fire and explode, and it was considered bad form to blow up audiences (projectionists, by contrast, were expendable). The wall at the back of the auditorium is THICK. A 16-pound grenade is pretty serious.

The projection booth is over the lobby. The ceiling of the lobby is THICK.

The back wall of the projection booth is over the street……well, the explosion’s gotta go somewhere, right?


So, clearly you were motivated to avoid blowing up the film. The normal reason that the film would blow up involved the arc lights used to project the pictures onto the screen. They run hot. Very hot. And if the film jammed in the projector, it wouldn’t take very long for the film to catch fire….and start running off to the source or takeup reels. If you unjammed the film, you might be fine; you might be able to cool things by quenching the arc light, or you might just have to take the sand bucket next to your seat and suffocate the flame. You’d then use the next several hours picking sand out of the projector’s machinery (which, unpleasant as it sounds, is not nearly as unpleasant as being a carbon smudge on the roof of the theater).

Some of the guys that gramps knew ended up as smudges.

You can probably figure out why reels were kept in a “film safe”, and only minimal numbers were ever in the projection room at any one time.


Now for a fun bit.

Let’s say you’re playing (double-sized) reel #2 of a movie on projector 2 upstairs.

You take reel #1 and tuck it in its film can, then put it in the film safe and pull reel #3 (in its can), then shut the door. you go over to projector 1, load the film in, and get it past its leader. Then you set it ready.

Going back to projector 2 (which has been working flawlessly since the last time you rebuilt it after throwing sand in)….you see that reel #2 is nearing its end. You start intently watching the movie. At about eight seconds before the end of the reel, you see the “motor cue”, and you turn on the mechanism for projector 1. This cue can be a dark blob in the upper right, or a light donut in the lower left, or other things — . It is typically only four frames long, so it flashes on the screen for 1/6 of a second….you have to be alert.

The changeover cue happens about seven seconds later, and you hit the changeover switch that turns off the light in projector 2 and turns on the light in projector 1. Hopefully, nobody in the audience notices anything.

You then rewind reel #2, stick it in its film can, take it back to the film safe and swap it for reel #4, then lock the film safe again….


Learned this on an episode of Columbo.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yep, that was pretty cool.


I learned it from the projection booth in Buchanan Hall at the University of Casual Sun-Bathing.

Every so often, they had to retime the cue marks (mangled film, etc.) — and they’d usually use a white “donut” in the corner — which they could easily do by taking a little tool and scraping the picture off the film.

Brave and Free

Now that made me laugh!! No disrespect to the great Kutulu!
Thanks to you all here, for this little place of sanity.


It used to be an annual tradition that the local fire brigade would get a reel of film from the local movie house, cordon off a vacant lot, put the reel in the middle and pull a strip to the outside, then light the end of the film.

Being oblivious to danger is a danger in itself. They wanted you to know and act accordingly.


Just as little detail here…..celluloid had lamp — film stock — picture — lens — movie screen.

“Safety film” had lamp — picture — film stock — lens — movie screen.

When all the old celluloid got reprinted onto safety film, it all got fuzzier…..because now the lamp’s light had to go through film stock AFTER the picture.

Sadie Slays

Explosive film celluloid is literally a plot device in Inglourious Basterds.

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I have seen TWO IDENTITIES for the guy, and the more mainstream one I don’t trust. THIS seems like the real ID.


I think so. No denials so far.

Concerned Virginian

Why was this BLM perp allowed anywhere near REALPOTUS 45 Donald Trump?

Gail Combs

ESPECIALLY after what happened to Scalise when the dude was his body guard.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Same reason he was allowed near Scalia. I think he’s an MK job.

Deplorable Patriot


Not, given the Johnheretohelp thread.


So this is David Bailey, the first name people were tossing around a couple of months ago. The other black guy is a different person? Or perhaps not?

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The Forum has now been refurbished and opened, and an explainer post is up:


Thank you, Wolf!!!

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You’re welcome!  😃 


Thanks, boss!  😀 

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Sundance has a great video from Matt Gaetz and Steve Bannon on what happened to Liz Cheney, and how she is GONE yet NOT GOING AWAY. There will be MORE FIGHTS.

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Trump’s TrumpTweet about Liz Cheney is HILARIOUS!

Donald J. Trump

9:36am May 12, 2021
Liz Cheney is a bitter, horrible human being. I watched her yesterday and realized how bad she is for the Republican Party. She has no personality or anything good having to do with politics or our Country. She is a talking point for Democrats, whether that means the Border, the gas lines, inflation, or destroying our economy. She is a warmonger whose family stupidly pushed us into the never-ending Middle East Disaster, draining our wealth and depleting our Great Military, the worst decision in our Country’s history. I look forward to soon watching her as a Paid Contributor on CNN or MSDNC!

Deplorable Patriot

She’s no St. Joan of Arc, that’s for sure.

Concerned Virginian

You betcha.
Instead of “Into Orleans!”, Liz Cheney hears “Get Trump!”.

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LOGIC – from GAB.

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Drama in deep red TN: normal process for election commission was corrupted and a state senator is oing against a state rep and it is a mess. Sharing because each and every county needs MAGA conservatives watching what is going on.
the guy who made the video is a “character” but its the best sumary of the situation I have seen.

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Very interesting.

Gail Combs

I think the KEY is PAPER BALLOTS!!!

Ward got the change BACK to paper ballots and the UNI-PARTY DOES NOT WANT THEM!


Whether interference from DC/Uniparty or not, local officials don’t like the either.

For a state Senator to go against the Rep for this area on this issue is very unusual.

While the county GOP does not have a statuary role by law in the nomination/selection of who sits on the county commission, by custom it is the county GOP Executive committee (and in many counties, just the newly elected Chair) that submits the names to the rep and then the senator confirms, trusting the rep as the senator covers more counties than the reps do. Highly unusual to go around the county GOP, much less around the state rep.

Also, very unusual to unseat. Usually, just replace if a person steps down, moves, passes away, etc. And to unseat both the Dems and the GOP makes this about more than politics. I have seen some Reps sweep out the 3 GOP (in every TN county since GOP in majority and 2 dems) in a fit of local politics and that usually doesn’t end well for the GOP rep and is a symptom of more division and issues between that rep and the community GOP voters.

Anyway, Yes, something stinks! And it is obvious and blatent. Locals have been holding rallies etc.

The county commission changes this year had more controversy that I ever remember before but this county’s problems seem the deepest.

the chair is a nice guy and seems sincere (I don’t know him well but have met him)

the state rep has had other controversy this year and was stripped of committees during this passed session by our GOP leaders.

Exciting times and never a dull moment.

Again, a reminder to all readers to be involved in your own county (and state if possible) because it matters! If we all mind our own counties the nation would be much more MAGA and much less voter fraud. This little rural county is taking care their business – and getting heat for it! MAGA is strong within the GOP and needs More active MAGA conservatives to support and win (note: the TN senator in this story is GOP and the rest including the state rep are GOP … two sides of the GOP in a struggle! join in and help MAGA win by being involved – not with $)

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OK, people – I am using the downtime now to do some updates. The site may go sketchy on you between now and 4 AM. Pay it no mind.


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Done. We are fully up to date on WordPress, and we have crossed 2/3 of a million comments.


Well, that was fast!

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LOL! It went a lot smoother than I thought. About one second. I was prepared for minutes, although I expected seconds.

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I think I got this article from Duchess earlier – or maybe somebody else. I don’t remember how the link got into my browser – but this is a good article out of Claremont World.

Basically – “nice people need to stop playing along”.

Detonating the Base of the Intersectional Hierarchy

Or, Not Playing Nice in Clown World

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The American Mind

May 11

Deplorable Patriot

I will say that being a nice person invites being trampled upon. Happened to me a lot. Not so much anymore.

Gail Combs


After I got fired for exposing corruption, I decided ‘NICE’ got you walked on and quit being ‘nice’ polite and subservient.

I got called a feminist whenever I try to distinguish myself from a doormat. I am not a feminist, I AM AN INDIVIDUAL with various talents!


I had already decided that, given that I am partially Scottish, English, German and Native America (and probably others) that I will no longer check the “White” box on anything. And since I am as “non-binary” as any other person, because MUSS is just that, MADE-UP, I will no longer check the “Female” box either. Under “Sex” I will write “Meh.”

Why should I play by their stupid rules?

Gail Combs

I have been checking OTHER or writing N/A since the 1970s. As 1/4 Syrian – Druze. I figure they can just SHOVE their ‘White’ category since I can rightly claim to be ‘North African’ I have a lot of fun with this.  🤓  AND I have a solid basis for my claims unlike Lie-a-watha. (Thanks Grandad.)

The Druze religion has its roots in Ismailism, a religio-philosophical movement which founded the Fatimid Caliphate in Egypt in the tenth century…

In 1009, near Cairo, Egypt, al-Hakim bi-Amrih Alla declared himself to be an earthly incarnation of God. While most of the Shi’a Muslims living nearby vehemently rejected his holiness, small groups of followers began to follow him, giving rise to the first Druze.

The early years of the Druze were marked with violence…

In fear of retribution, Druze hid for 6 years after their leader’s death. When they began to reemerge, it was in remote mountainous regions in Lebanon, Syria, and what is today Israel. While they eventually returned to public life, they largely still kept their faith private. Many Druze in Muslim nations pretended to be Muslim in order to avoid persecution…

The Druze faith originated in Egypt as an offshoot of Ismaʿīlī Shīʿism when, during the reign of the sixth Fāṭimid caliph, the eccentric al-Ḥākim bi-Amr Allāh (ruled 996–1021), some Ismaʿīlī theologians began to organize a movement proclaiming al-Ḥākim a divine figure. Although the idea was probably encouraged by al-Ḥākim himself, it was condemned as heresy by the Fāṭimid religious establishment, which held that al-Ḥākim and his predecessors were divinely appointed but not themselves divine. In 1017 the doctrine was publicly preached for the first time, causing riots in Cairo.


Fascinating stuff!

Gail Combs

The Druze are a fascinating and unique group. DNA wise they have unique genetic markers.

Genetics Confirm Oral Traditions Of Druze In Israel

Date: May 12, 2008

Source: American Technion Society


DNA analysis of residents of Druze villages in Israel suggests these ancient religious communities offer a genetic snapshot of the Near East as it was several thousands of years ago. The Druze harbor a remarkable diversity of mitochondrial DNA types or lineages that appear to have separated from each other many thousands of years ago, according to a new study by multinational team.


Of course, if was your grandfather who introduced Druze DNA into your family tree, you’d have no shared mitochondrial DNA, since it is only passed from mother to child.

Gail Combs

So true. I would love to have a DNA test but I do not trust CHYNA…

Valerie Curren

Druze comes up on a search at the main website here:

I haven’t read this particular post but find Roberta Estes’ scientific & genealogical rigor as well as story-telling capability to make most of her blog posts I’ve read truly informative & enjoyable.

Given your Extremely Wide info base (!!!) you might enjoy some of what she shares too.

& in echo to someone else’s comment it is a REAL JOY to see you back commenting in the Q Tree!!!

God Bless!


Thanks for the history, Gail. So glad you are back among us.

In the 1980s, the Revd Pat Robertson used to do nightly news updates. Many had a lengthy feature on the Druze in Lebanon. He was very supportive of them.

Gail Combs

The Druze are a fascinating group. If I recall correctly they were against slavery and believed in ‘woman’s rights’ centuries ago.

American Druze Foundation — Overview of the Druze

The Druze faith dates back as early as the 11th century. The faith was greatly influenced by a diversity of religious sources including the Quran and Christian and Jewish Scripture, as well as elements of Greek philosophy, Eastern mysticism, and other ancient doctrines. The Druze progressive interpretation – including abolition of slavery, equal treatment of men and women, and separation of church and state – was considered unorthodox, especially so early on.

Like all religious sects, while seeking knowledge of God, one’s self, and the world, the Druze believe that faith without knowledge is stagnation, and knowledge without faith is emptiness….


Good people!

Thank you for the links — greatly appreciated.

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An excellent plan! And given that every one of those backgrounds is itself a “mixed race”, if we all check mixed race, we’re all correct no matter how they choose to deal with it.


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Coronavirus vaccines – the TL;DR version – from GAB…..

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what about those who had the infection – same prognosis?

Gail Combs

WORSE! According to some medicals I watched yesterday. She even mentioned the role of cytokine storm in dengue thanks to a vaccine. I mentioned the second bout with a different variation being more lethal early on.

It is the cytokine storm that is going to kill you.

Go checkout the vids from yesterday.

It may have been this video or the 2nd one that loads automatically.


Is that similar to malaria ? My uncle was a missionary priest in the Amazon his entire adult life. He would every now and then get malaria again and supposedly died from it many years later. Was he getting it over and over or was it in his body forever and reoccurred ? If you might know

Gail Combs

Do not know about malaria except that you never really get rid of it.


Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite. People with malaria often experience fever, chills, and flu-like illness. Left untreated, they may develop severe complications and die. In 2019 an estimated 229 million cases of malaria occurred worldwide and 409,000 people died, mostly children in the African Region. About 2,000 cases of malaria are diagnosed in the United States each year. The vast majority of cases in the United States are in travelers and immigrants returning from countries where malaria transmission occurs, many from sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.


Thank you.


My father had recurring malaria and it is a pain. He had fiver and swetting for almost a week.

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Sister Toldjah has a great article that is showing how Christopher Miller’s testimony exposes the thing that nobody wants to say – that Trump thought the National Guard would protect his supporters from ANTIFA, when in fact his supporters were attacked by ANTIFA – from the inside.

She takes it right up to this conclusion, but doesn’t say it – just points out that the leftists are now trying to frame Trump as wanting the NG to protect the rioters.


Meaning Trump has sat quietly on that truth all this time, and now it becomes obvious.


While Miller’s statement is interesting, I call total BS on Miller and all of the official narrative.

Wasn’t aware the NG did anything positive before, on, or after January 6th.

NG appears to be goofy props for a BS narrative. The BS narrative pushed by Nanzi, DC police, our so called IC and pushed mightily by Uniparty (RCONS and D-Rats). All validated by fake news, FB, TW, YT…

NG IS part of the problem. Just as DoD is part of the problem.


IF NG were there to protect MAGA folks, why the fuck did they NOT expose Antifa dressed as MAGA? Why did they NOT stop or expose Antifa asshoes? Surely the IC, which includes a military arm, had to KNOW what Antifa was up to.


Surely I missed something key. Don’t know what Miller’s goal, then or now was/is. 100% don’t trust Miller.

WHERE, am I off?

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