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Believe . . . Trust

John 3:16
King James: For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
Douay-Rheims: For God so loved the world, as to give his only begotten Son; that whosoever believeth in him, may not perish, but may have life everlasting.
New Revised Standard: For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.

“Do you believe in Jesus?” is asking far more than “Do you believe that Jesus Christ existed/exists?” The true meaning of the question is “Do you believe Jesus Christ is who the Bible says He is, and are you trusting Him as your Savior?”

So, do you believe in Jesus?

Do you believe that Jesus is God in human form (John 1:1, 14)? Do you believe that Jesus died on the cross to pay the penalty for your sins (1 Corinthians 15:3; 2 Corinthians 5:21), for which you deserve eternal separation from God (Romans 6:23)? Do you believe that the sacrifice of Jesus, God incarnate, is the only adequate payment for your sins (1 John 2:2; John 14:6; Acts 4:12)?

Do you believe these things? If so, great, but believing the facts about Jesus is only part of the equation. Biblical faith/belief is far more than believing certain things to be true. Biblical saving faith is also trusting/relying on those facts.

A chair is a good illustration. You can look at a chair and believe it is made of materials strong enough to support your weight, and you can believe that it was assembled correctly. But that is not biblical faith. Biblical faith is sitting in the chair. It is actually relying on the chair to hold your weight off the ground.

Are you trusting that Jesus is your Savior? Are you relying on His death as the full payment for your sin debt? Are you depending on His resurrection as the guarantee that you, too, will be raised to eternal life after death? Not that it could ever happen, but if the “chair” of Jesus Christ were pulled out from beneath you, spiritually speaking, would you hit the ground, or are you also relying on things in addition to the chair?

If you understand and believe what the Bible says about Jesus, and if you are trusting in those truths as the basis for salvation—you are saved! You “believe in Jesus” in the biblical sense.

Trusting . . . A Closer Look.

The expression “trust in Jesus” holds a multi-layered meaning. In one sense, trusting in Jesus means believing in Him for salvation (John 3:16). We believe who He is—God in human form—and put our faith in Him as Savior. And we believe what He has done—that He died for our sins and rose from the dead. Since we cannot save ourselves from sin and death (Romans 3:10–20), we trust in Jesus to save us (John 11:25). We cannot receive eternal life and live forever in the presence of God until we’ve trusted in Jesus as Savior and accepted His forgiveness (Ephesians 1:7).

Subsequent to salvation, trusting in Jesus means committing or dedicating ourselves entirely to Him. When we are born again, we become followers of Jesus Christ. As His followers, we put complete confidence in Him and His Word. To trust in Jesus means to believe everything He said and accept His Word as true: “So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, ‘If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free’” (John 8:31–32, ESV). The more we know and abide in the words of Jesus, the more we will obey Him, and the more our confidence in Him will grow as we experience freedom in Christ.

A trustworthy promise Jesus gave us in His Word was to come to Him to find rest: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light” (Matthew 11:28–30). A yoke is a wooden harness used to join the necks of two draft animals. Together, the beasts can more effectively pull a heavy load. In the time when Jesus spoke these words, farmers would often pair a young, inexperienced, but vigorous animal with an older, weaker, but seasoned animal. The younger animal would learn from the more experienced one, and the older would benefit from the younger one’s strength to help carry the load.

Resting in Jesus, another way of expressing trust, is a state of leaning on Jesus for strength and learning from Him. He shares the load as we journey together. When we are tired and overburdened, we can come alongside Jesus and find rest for our souls. In this way, we trust in Jesus, by relying on Him for everything in our lives, especially when we are weary and burdened down. Jesus is the believer’s Sabbath-rest (Hebrews 4:1–11).

Jesus understands our weaknesses and knows we will struggle to trust in Him. That is why Scripture says, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:6–7). When we take our anxious hearts to God in prayer, He offers us peace. His presence is peace. The passage does not say He’ll always give us what we’re asking for, but it does promise peace to guard our hearts and minds. To trust in Jesus means to come to Him and believe He has good and trustworthy plans for our lives and our future. We don’t have to fret about tomorrow. When we trust in Jesus, He pours out His peace on us.

Our trust in Jesus grows through experience (2 Corinthians 1:10) as we see God working all things in our lives—both the good and bad—for His purpose (Romans 8:28). Jesus wants us to live by faith in Him (2 Corinthians 5:7; Galatians 2:20), and so the Christian life becomes a testing and training ground in trust: “Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything” (James 1:2-4).

Jesus said, “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me” (John 14:1). We may know that Jesus loves us and promises always to be with us (Matthew 28:20), but we can’t see Him, and, during times of trouble, doubt and fear can creep in and make it difficult to apply that knowledge. Peter encourages us that we can trust in Jesus even when we cannot see Him: “In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith—of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire—may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed. Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy” (1 Peter 1:6–8).

Even though we can’t see Jesus with our physical eyes, the Holy Spirit enables us to see Jesus with the eyes of our hearts (Ephesians 1:18–20). Ultimately, our inability to see Jesus physically makes our trust in Him even more secure. That is why Jesus said, “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed” (John 20:29).

The apostle Paul captured what it means for a believer to trust in Jesus: “For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal” (2 Corinthians 4:17–18).

Jesus is teaching us to trust Him in all things at all times with all of our heart (Proverbs 3:5–6) so that our faith becomes unshakable: “Trust in the LORD forever, for the LORD, the LORD himself, is the Rock eternal” (Isaiah 26:4). As we learn to trust in Jesus more, we identify more with the psalmist’s description of a believer at rest in the arms of God: “I have calmed and quieted myself, I am like a weaned child with its mother; like a weaned child I am content” (Psalm 131:2).

On this day and every day –

God is in Control
. . . and His Grace is Sufficient, so . . .
Keep Looking Up

Hopefully, every Sunday, we can find something here that will build us up a little . . . give us a smile . . . and add some joy or peace, very much needed in all our lives.

“This day is holy to the Lord your God;
do not mourn nor weep.” . . .
“Go your way, eat the fat, drink the sweet,
and send portions to those for whom nothing is prepared;
for this day is holy to our Lord.
Do not sorrow,
for the joy of the Lord is your strength.”

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My fishin bag has all the knots ever will be needed, but my old hands don’t work so well anymore. Some of the easy ones to tie are really pretty simple. All of the ol fisherman have lost many fish from a bad knot, sigh 🙃 comment image

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Valerie Curren

My husband imagines retiring & taking up trout fishing sometime in the next couple of decades. My grandpa has a whole supply of handtied flies & rods & reels. I wondered if Any of that material might be salvageable for future use. Grandpa died in the late ’80’s so most of it hasn’t seen much use since then…


I would say it’s very valuable. Old fishing gear is collector’s items these days. I’d love to meet your husband and go fly fishing for trout.

Valerie Curren

Wow–I’ll mention it to him because, I believe we might not be too far apart in real life. He’s Never fly fished yet.

Dad told a story of his dad & how he told another old timer about a sweet little fishing spot that was well off the beaten path in Northern Michigan.

Apparently the man came back to thank him some time later, almost moved to tears, because that little slice of nearly untouched nature was Just what he was looking for!


absolutely understand. smile :-}

Valerie Curren

God Bless You TIM!!! Hubby’s an orphan (before I met him), barely had a dad & had no grandparents either. God’s been good in nourishing & healing that fatherlessness w/ His eternal Fatherhood!


A man can never have too many sons and God Bless you and yours Dear Lady!

Valerie Curren

Thanks TIM, I framed your offer as a mentorship opportunity & reminded him of how impactful his scoutmasters were in his youth–my husband (& dad) is an Eagle Scout! He was actually pretty excited about the possibility!!!

Valerie Curren

I told him of your offer & he is also open, perhaps sometime next year. 🙂 Blessings!


Wait until he hears some of my fishing tales!comment image

Valerie Curren

Sounds like you’d fit Right In at the Hunting Shack too. WAY more tales (tails) of the ones that got away…caveman culture & all (telling tales around the “campfire”, camaraderie, commiseration, & cooperation to overcome All Kinds of obstacles)–great times that I’m privileged to hear about at all since the motto is “Whatever happens North of Bay City is nobody’s business South of Bay City”!!!


Oh yeah did some hunting’ when I was younger, but when as my son got older and picked up the hunt I quit…. broke my heart. All said and done still enjoy the hunting camp.

Valerie Curren

Yep my dad & his long time hunting buddy, both about 80 now, are trekking North for that annual ritual this weekend (my hubby introduced our Michigan hunters to bow hunting, giving 2 1/2 additional months of hunting season compared to the 2 weeks of rifle). They both have plenty of excuses to Not go to the woods but probably will keep going until nearly on their death beds.

It’s a Very Important & Impactful place for 5 generations of my family (counting my grandpa’s uncle who my dad said was known as the “Mayor of Piscopalian Valley”)…that’s another story 🙂


Old time values are the bedrock of America. My father was just like your men and had such an impact on my life. Cherish them for life is way way too short.

Valerie Curren

OH Amen TIM. Thank you for that reminder. Faith of our fathers & all!

By the way, I was thinking if I share a couple links from my blog & if you might comment at one of those posts you could be able to directly interact w/ my husband (if you both might be interested). I don’t think Michael has been let into the Q-Tree (but he might never have tried to comment here either).

I would let him know to look at that comment on my blog & if he still remembers how to sign into Word Press he could directly interface w/ you that way too. Also he’s on Farce Book…

If that seems remotely interesting/doable I’ll share those links…AND if you don’t hear back from him you can always reply to me here to remind me to remind him again. He has ADHD & gets forgetful, as do I in my increasing age 🙂


Will do


It’s going to take a little time, maybe tomorrow? Just had dinner and dear Valerie it knocked me out zzzzzzz

Valerie Curren

Hey no prob. He’s working on getting ready for an extended hunting weekend so he might not even be in that frame of mind until he gets back…you never know.


Valerie Curren

I didn’t think of it before, but some of those links I shared might feature a Comment from my husband Michael that you could also directly reply too, if that might simplify things. Blessings!


just replied to Michael on Fathers Day Wanderings

Valerie Curren

Thx, I just saw & gave a mini reply to you there too. Blessings!

He’s prepping tonight to leave for hunting tomorrow straight after work so may not get to this until then, fyi…


Thx – I’ll check it out

Valerie Curren

By the way you are about the age of Michael’s brothers, a decade younger than my parents, & 4 decades younger than M’s father (were he still alive). M & I are both in our mid 50’s, but I’m a few years older 🙂


BREAKING: @MariaBartiromo

says there is speculation that @SpeakerPelosi

will step down after getting #Democrats on board to pass the trillion dollar slush package. Remember who sold the #American #taxpayers out.

And if she doesn’t get the spending bill passed?


She’s going down no matter what, IMO.

Whether by “stepping” … or by “sprinting”!

Evil to the core.


her usefulness is on the wane.

they’ve given her the Exit Stage Left walking papers.

maybe they’ll give her a company pen as a token of appreciation.


I see what you did there.  😉 




We need some decisive victories.

October 17, 1777 – In the first large-scale surrender of British forces during the Revolutionary War, Gen. John Burgoyne surrendered his army of 5,000 to Gen. Horatio Gates at Saratoga, New York. The colonists’ victory was a factor in convincing the French to take up their cause.

This 1821 painting by John Trumbull hangs in the Capitol Rotunda.
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Four years later, on October 17, 1781, the war was ended when British Gen. Charles Cornwallis surrendered his army of 8,000 to Gen. George Washington at Yorktown, Virginia. (The official ceremony happened on October 19.)

John Trumbull, 1820, also in the Capitol Rotunda.
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I found these details about the second painting interesting.

The blue sky filled with dark clouds and the broken cannon suggest the battles that led to this event. In early September, entrenched with a force of 7,000 men, Cornwallis had hoped for rescue from the sea, but the British vessels were repelled by a French fleet. Within weeks General Washington had deployed a much larger army, and his artillery bombarded the British positions in early October. After American and French troops overran two British strongholds, Cornwallis surrendered on October 19.
In the center of the scene, American General Benjamin Lincoln appears mounted on a white horse. He extends his right hand toward the sword carried by the surrendering British officer, who heads the long line of troops that extends into the background. To the left, French officers appear standing and mounted beneath the white banner of the royal Bourbon family. On the right are American officers beneath the Stars and Stripes; among them are the Marquis de Lafayette and Colonel Jonathan Trumbull, the brother of the painter. General George Washington, riding a brown horse, stayed in the background because Lord Cornwallis himself was not present for the surrender.
Surrender of Lord Cornwallis in the Capitol Rotunda is one of two paintings that artist John Trumbull completed on this subject. He painted this version between 1819 and 1820, basing it upon a small painting (approximately 20 inches by 30 inches) that he had first envisioned in 1785, when he began to “meditate seriously the subjects of national history, of events of the Revolution.” In 1787 he made preliminary drawings for the small painting. Although he struggled for a time with the arrangement of the figures, he had settled upon a composition by 1788.
To create portraits from life of the people depicted in this and other paintings, Trumbull traveled extensively. He obtained sittings with numerous individuals in Paris (including French officers at Thomas Jefferson’s house) and in New York. In 1791 he was at Yorktown and sketched the site of the British surrender. He continued to work on the small painting during the following years but did not complete it; nevertheless, in January 1817 he showed it and other works in Washington, D.C., and was given a commission to create four monumental history paintings for the Capitol. Surrender of Lord Cornwallis was the second of these large paintings that he completed.

Valerie Curren

Thank you for sharing this history. Artists really did labor significantly for such works.


Bill Clinton has been released from the hospital. He looks pretty weak.

ORANGE, Calif. (AP) — Bill Clinton was released Sunday from the Southern California hospital where he had been treated for an infection, and will head home to New York to continue his recovery, a spokesman said.

The former president left the University of California Irvine Medical Center around 8 a.m. with Hillary Clinton on his arm. Dressed in jeans and a sports coat and wearing a face mask, he made his way out of the hospital slowly and stopped to shake hands with doctors and nurses lined up on the sidewalk.

He gave a thumbs-up when a reporter asked how he was feeling, and he and Hillary Clinton then boarded a black SUV. They departed in a motorcade escorted by the California Highway Patrol and headed to the airport.

Bill Clinton’s “fever and white blood cell count are normalized, and he will return home to New York to finish his course of antibiotics,” Dr. Alpesh N. Amin said in a statement shared on Twitter by a Clinton spokesman.

Clinton, 75, was admitted Tuesday to the hospital southeast of Los Angeles with an infection unrelated to COVID-19. He plans to continue his recovery at his Chappaqua, New York, home, officials said.

Hillary Clinton had been with her husband at the hospital and was accompanied there Saturday by daughter Chelsea.

An aide to the former president said Bill Clinton had a urological infection that spread to his bloodstream but was on the mend and never went into septic shock, a potentially life-threatening condition.

The aide, who spoke to reporters at the hospital on the condition his name wasn’t used, said Clinton was in an intensive care section of the hospital but wasn’t receiving ICU care.

In the years since Clinton left the White House in 2001, the former president has faced health scares. In 2004, he underwent quadruple bypass surgery after experiencing prolonged chest pains and shortness of breath. He returned to the hospital for surgery for a partially collapsed lung in 2005, and in 2010 he had a pair of stents implanted in a coronary artery.

He responded by embracing a largely vegan diet that saw him lose weight and report improved health.


Slick Willy appeared to be a bit unsteady on his feet.

Concerned Virginian

Also looks like he had to lean on the RN who was last in the staff line to finish getting to the waiting SUV.
And when did HRC spend so much time on her husband’s arm — since “never.”


And Hildabeast wasn’t a helper. She was being dragged along like an untrained mutt.


“Bill Clinton has been released from the hospital.”


Wow… he really knows how to demoralize people.


Was reading on Telegram last night
and caught a story I wasn’t aware of before…

“You guys realize our STICKER BRIGADE is Global.

It works

The CIA implemented it in RUSSIA when they wanted to topple the COMMIES.


Subliminally red pilling the whole nation


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Not expensive to implement in your own town…

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About what it is here.


Paging Scott…

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Liars gonna lie.
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commie coviet math

Wolf Moon

Coviet Union!


She reminds me of the worst of “trailer-trash” – hard on the inside, hard on the outside, and – as evidenced by her commie-hat (remember that photo? – she was GRINNING and pleased as PUNCH) – totally corrupted.

“Everybody has a plan until they get PUNCHED in the mouth!”

Wisdom, from Mike Tyson – whether figurative or literal.


That’s pretty funny….I was just listening to Tull’s “One White Duck/0=Nothing at All” seconds before hitting this.


This is interesting:

National security laws may suggest that COVID-19 is a falsified pandemic ‘exercise’

“One of the approaches used to determine whether COVID-19 may be a falsified pandemic is to observe the legal actions, plans, and strategies leading up to and during COVID-19 in any way relevant to emerging infectious diseases, vaccinations, or pandemics.

“Previous articles discussed several of those legal actions, plans, and strategies which suggest that COVID-19 may be a falsified pandemic “exercise,” “operational exercise,” “exercise program,” or something similar. “Hoax” would also accurately describe a falsified pandemic, but the aforementioned terminology appears to be what is used in U.S. federal law, policy, strategies, and other documents.

“Possibly one of the most significant indications that COVID-19 may be a falsified pandemic “exercise” or “exercise program” is discovered in a law that was enacted on October 9, 2019 – only a few months before the reported outbreak of COVID-19.”


Wolf Moon

Yup. “It was a noble exercise” is surely one of their legal defenses. TRAITORS.


“(A) shall be—
(i) as realistic as practicable………”

I would say they’ve gone way, way past that, killed too many people for some shyster arguement to cover their collective arses.

Deplorable Patriot

The Great Awakening happened before the Great Reset.


The salt of the earth are onto the people who think of themselves as “elite.”


Following packed with very fundamental ground truth.


Worthy listen. Patriot nurse IS the speaker. ~20 minutes.


Article a short easy read.

Sunday Talks – No You’re Not Crazy, YOU are a Doer

Often on Sundays, we take snippets of media political discussion and deconstruct the false premise while overlaying the reality ignored by the propaganda. This is not that.

In this short Sunday talk, we share the voice of a nurse who is very centered in the issues we face and share her wisdom, advice and encouragement. “Patriot Nurse discusses the nature of compliance and human servitude. When you’re looking around and everyone else seems to be complying, don’t feel bad for being the lone man standing.” WATCH:

Deplorable Patriot

As the person who has been on the outside for not caving into all sorts of stuff for decades, let me say she went on too long. But her basic point is valid. Stand your ground, and don’t let pressure to be anything but what God made you to be change who that person is. We are all made in the likeness of God. He is not going to make everyone the same. He likes variety. Be that variety.

As for Sundance:

What you need to remember is.. If you are reading this, YOU are almost certain to be part of that twenty percentile that your employer or system operator depends on.  You are a doer.

You are the person they rely upon.

YOU are the most critical worker in a system that is mostly comprised of less productive people – and that fundamental truth is the important part to remember when you consider the impact of non compliance with the vaccine mandate.

What you are is one of two things (been there, done that, burned the t-shirts…really, actual t-shirts I used to order by the thousands):


The person who walks in the door and suddenly has a line outside of a cubicle because the locusts can’t bring themselves to maybe figure out how you do your job. (You also come back from vacation and/or jury duty to piles of work on the desk because your back up didn’t back you up.)

Well, and the only one to pay attention at HR time wasting seminars as the people who need to pay attention to them fall asleep or leave because they consider it a waste of time.

Okay, yeah, doers do make lightning strike, but it gets old making other people look good.

The reality is as a whole, this culture has lost the ability to be independent thinkers thanks to programming. Call it peer pressure, being fashionable, whatever. Yes, it’s human nature. BUT, Americans have been trained to not question that.

And THAT is a problem.


Yepper. Basic message was delivered within a couple minutes. Toss is some repetition. Tail in a sales pitch for her business.

STILL a good message. For the ones I know are injected, it fits. Perfectly fits. Peer pressure. Followers. Non thinkers. SMDH at the ignorance.

Hell, all the dopes I see wearing a mask…EVERYDAY wearing a damn mask…for NO good reason. We are surrounded by sheeple AND EVIL shit birds in power.


Agree. The Mrs. watched and was really engaged right up till the sales pitch. She couldn’t handle it.


Yea. That is where I cut it off. 🙂

But, the gal is trying to make a living. AND, commonly has a great message.

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Deplorable Patriot

I didn’t like the sales pitch, either.


“Peer pressure.”


If they’re falling for peer pressure, then they need better peers 👍😁


“STILL a good message. For the ones I know are injected, it fits. Perfectly fits. Peer pressure. Followers. Non thinkers. SMDH at the ignorance.”


Unfortunately, there is no simple way for followers and non-thinkers to think their way out of following.

It’s hard to even talk about it without coming across as sounding superior, which is not supposed to be an aspect of Western culture.

But if the zombies are just going to screw it up for everyone else, if they’re not even gonna try, then I may have to reconsider.


“Hell, all the dopes I see wearing a mask…EVERYDAY wearing a damn mask…for NO good reason. We are surrounded by sheeple…”


It seems so, impossible to deny. I had no idea how rare independent thinkers are. Before the era of Covidiocy began, everyone seemed more or less the same, i.e., you can’t generally tell just by looking at someone if they are a zombie, or a zombie-follower.

And since we can only really know our own selves, and since we more or less look like other people, it’s hard to believe that most other people are really so different.

But then the Covidiocy happened, and all of a sudden you could see who all the zombies were.

It was practically like the movie They Live (1988), except you didn’t need special sunglasses to see them.

Because very helpfully, they all put masks on, to identify themselves… 😂 🤣 😂

Just because some government criminal or some government goofball told them to.

It’s like walking into a crowded room and saying “If you’re an idiot, raise your hand”, and 70% of the people in the room raised their hand…

If they raised their hand, that’s not my fault… 😂

Wolf Moon

Excellent! Glad you posted this, so you saved me the trouble!!! 😃


She’s always so earnest and passionate… 😍 😁


Just a couple of paragraphs I must say Amen again. Thank you bakocarl 🙏 


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Whistleblower: FDA and CDC Ignore Damning Report that over 90% of a Hospital’s Admissions were Vaccinated for Covid-19 and No One Was Reporting This to VAERSPhysician Assistant, Deborah Conrad, bravely reports these harms and is barred from filing VAERS reports

A concerned Physician Assistant, Deborah Conrad, convinced her hospital to carefully track the Covid-19 vaccination status of every patient admitted to her hospital. The result is shocking. 

As Ms. Conrad has detailed, her hospital serves a community in which less than 50% of the individuals were vaccinated for Covid-19 but yet, during the same time period, approximately 90% of the individuals admitted to her hospital were documented to have received this vaccine. 

These patients were admitted for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to COVID-19 infections. Even more troubling is that there were many individuals who were young, many who presented with unusual or unexpected health events, and many who were admitted months after vaccination.


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Wolf Moon

Yeah, this is why CDC is problematic. They overruled FDA on boosters, because their priorities are all wrong.


They warned us.

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In case anyone hasn’t yet realized this, what is called “AI” isn’t “intelligence” at all – the phrase / term misses the mark.

Computers won’t EVER match the power of the sentient mind that we have been blessed with (by God Almighty), nor will it EVER eclipse it.

The universe DOESN’T work in terms of ones and zeroes; this binary basis falls short – by a country mile, as it were. And yet, this is all that “science” (as it currently stands) promotes.

One cannot characterize “three” by using only the terms of “two”. Three outstrips two “six ways from Sunday” (infamous quote of Senator Schlobber).

Schwabby (et al.) wishes to do this – to subjugate our Divine gift of sentience into the trap of computer-think. It won’t succeed – EVER.

AI is merely “programming” – trying to fit a triangular peg into a square hole. It just doesn’t work.

The mind (OUR mentality) is infinitely greater than the vain, child-like attempt at characterizing it digitally.

Artificial is lesser than natural, in every respect. This is an absolute.

Keep hope! There is great reason for doing so.

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This is IMPORTANT!…. Please see Mark Levin’s opening statement. (1st 15 Minutes… if not the whole thing)

Someone please bring this forward to tomorrows Open Post in case I am not able to attend. I think it is important for all to see. ( it is late here… and I’m not sure if others will see this tonight)

Valerie Curren

h/t kyblue

Grrr! They make billions with the clot shots that cause the problems, then they clean up on the back end with their nasty drugs.

Wolf Moon


Deplorable Patriot

I said it months ago. They make people sick and then treat the illnesses to the tune of BILLIONS in wealth transfer.


From Gab @FirefighterEMT

Saying this on behalf of the women in my life who’ve given birth: Two rich men taking a two month paternity leave after adopting twins is stolen valor.

Wolf Moon

Very well said!!!



NEW – State Department of Transportation maintenance crew left some parting words before Washington’s vaccine mandate for government workers takes effect Oct. 18


Feel free to consider this a public service announcement.

((Grade school children, in class, self administering cotton swabs in their noses to test for CV using a CV detection kit as part of a class activity)).


((Large contingent of riot police in hospital hunting down unvaccinated nurses))

Wolf Moon

Weird and SICK.


So apparently it takes about 50 of these sissies in full Mutant Ninja Turtle gear and shields to potentially confront a nurse

Must be the Gelding Patrol.

The elite SPU (Squat to Pee Unit)


US Treasury Deputy Sec Warns Shortages Will Continue Until EVERYONE Is Jabbed…

This Is A Man-Ew-Fact-Turd Crisis That Was War Gamed By The WEF…

They Plan To Starve Us Into Submission…

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Shortages Will Continue Until EVERYONE Is Jabbed we defeat the commie, NWO, Dem, RINO, progressive globalists and take America back…

Shortages Will Continue Until EVERYONE Is Jabbed we get MAGA people in power…

Shortages Will Continue Until EVERYONE Is Jabbed we show the power-grabbers who’s boss…

I don’t need *them* to tell me how long something is going to last, based on their parameters. I don’t need someone telling me how to conduct my holiday time with family and friends or what the holidays will be like this year. That’s exactly the kind of power they want. *They* need to go.