DEAR MAGA: Open Thread 20220623

Limbering up before diving into this one.

There’s so much stuff, I’m starting early.

Just to clear the tabs, we start with the Jan 6 stuff:

Donald Trump Has Demanded Equal Time With the J6 Committee…

And They May Have To Give It To Him…

For going on 17 long months now, a fake narrative has been furiously pushed on the country by people desperate to deny and to hide the facts about the 2020 Presidential election having been rigged and stolen.

This fake cover narrative is that President Donald J. Trump inspired, whipped up and then unleashed an insurrection at the Capitol Building in Washington DC on January 6 in an illegal and treasonous attempt to stop the count of the electoral votes by the United States Congress.

Of course, because this is a fake narrative, that’s not really what happened, as anybody who’s even done rudimentary research in to the basic facts could tell you.

Why, the facts about January 6’s timeline are now so incontrovertible that even Rachel Maddow – RACHEL…MADDOW! – had to admit on the air that Donald Trump was still speaking at the Ellipse on the National Mall when the assault on the Capitol Building began.

After writing his stupendous 12 page letter to the nation in which he laid out the case he wants to make, Donald Trump has now very loudly and very publicly begun to demand equal time via the very same Fake News Media outlets that have been devoting countless hours to the J6 Committee’s hearings.

That sounds comical when you first hear it, right? There’s no way the Fake Corporate News Media would **ever** grant Donald J. Trump equal time, right?

Well…not so fast! Who said they had to do this **willingly**?

Karma Patriot” is an excellent researcher that I have encountered on Telegram who has shared her findings with me and many others at We The Media.

She pointed out that both Donald J. Trump – with an Executive Order< seemed to have prepared the ground for demanding equal time with the J6 Committee.

You can read about the EO Trump signed here. And read the full text of the EO here.

You can read the letter that Barr sent to then-Vice President Mike Pence on the proposed Section 230 reform here.

You can see all the proposed reforms that then-Attorney General William Barr proposed for Section 230 detailed in red lettering – by going here.

Is this all part of a show? Were law enforcement sorts lured into a trap at the same time?

JUST IN: New Metro DC Police Report Confirms Plainclothes “Electronic Surveillance Unit” Operatives Were Embedded in the Crowd on Jan. 6 to Record Protesters – Used Rainbow Color Wristbands to Identify Each Other

A new police report that was exclusively obtained by The Epoch Times has proved that “plainclothes” members of a special law enforcement Electronic Surveillance Unit (ESU) were secretly embedded among protesters for the purposes of conducting video surveillance on January 6th.

The newly uncovered report, titled First Amendment Demonstrations, was issued on Jan. 3, 2021, by DC Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) Chief of Police Robert Contee under the Homeland Security Bureau’s Special Operations Division. It detailed the MPD’s response to the planned MAGA protest, which included specifics about covert operations that occurred on and leading up to January 6th.

According to the never-before-seen report, the MPD began its preparations by activating Civil Disturbance Unit (CDU) platoons, which are specially trained groups of officers (K-9 unit, Air Support, etc.) who respond to “protests, demonstrations, and civil disturbances,” on Jan. 4, 2021, with the full activation of 28 of these platoons scheduled to occur over the next two days. Despite not being listed as one of the 37 CDU platoons on MPD’s roster, the Electronic Surveillance Unit was also activated to work the crowd covertly during the protest.

Included in this group were an unknown number of “plainclothes” MPD CDU “members” who were embedded into the crowd and tasked with “document(ing) the actions of the demonstrators and MPD’s response to any civil disobedience or criminal activity,” the First Amendment Demonstrations report revealed.

In order for other law enforcement personnel to recognize the undercover ESU members, they were given a rainbow-colored “bracelet” to wear “on their left wrist” for easy identification.

There’s a lot more at the link that’s disturbing on a number of levels.

To the J6 Committee: Please, Spare Me Your ‘Insurrection’ Hysteria

It has been over a week now. The Democrat Party and their allies in the mainstream media have tried to distract, deflect, and abstain from truthfully reporting the national disaster that is the Biden administration. Their primetime hearing about the January 6, 2021, breach, trespassing, and riot at the U.S. Capitol has been a crass political maneuver and a distraction. The double standards are glaringly obvious. The editing of video and testimony to hide exculpatory evidence, and the one-sided, Stalinist hearings will not improve our lives or solve the myriad problems the Biden regime has created.

Please y’all, just spare me.

If there was sufficient evidence of criminality to indict the former president, it would have been done already. Your kangaroo court and political theater are not going to alter anyone’s opinion. A plurality of media punditry is predictably on your side of the issue but the majority of the American people oppose the manufactured drama. The Trump haters I know are still Trump haters; the Trump supporters I know are still Trump supporters. Neither the mainstream media, nor the deep state, nor the Democrat Party elected in Washington will ever destroy President Trump’s appeal to his supporters because none of you had a part in contributing to his success.

You didn’t make him so you can’t destroy him, no matter what you do.

HEAR, HEAR!

All things Russia:

White House Begins Engineering Narrative that Biden Policy U.S. Food Shortages are Fault of Vladimir Putin

Russian Ruble Becomes World’s Best Performing Currency, Reaches Seven Year High Against Dollar Despite Sanctions

Trump Knew Putin Would Uproot DNC Corruption in Ukraine

Holy shit… Trump knew Putin was going to move into Ukraine years ahead of time… Trump and Putin 100% have an alliance.

Let’s look back on this wild exchange from 09/25/2019. It’s making a lot more sense as to what Trump was talking about 2 years ago pertaining to the “corruption” in Ukraine.

Pay attention to Zelensky’s body language while Trump talks about Putin “solving Ukraine’s problem”, in reference to the deep state and DNC corruption in Ukraine.

Zelensky looks like he’s seen a ghost. If you watch the whole interview, he is squirming the ENTIRE time. Very uncomfortable display of body language. It’s so obvious, even the MSM widely reported on how awkward it was.

Now that we know Zelensky was engaged in covering up Ukrainian State involvement in the Deep State biolabs, (see decree to burn Metabiota State docs), we can understand

WHY he looked petrified.

Russia’s Foreign Policy Focused on US Biological Network

Russian Security Council Secretary Chair Nikolai Patrushev, in a meeting on 06/17/22, with the Collective Security Treaty Organization, made some rather significant remarks pertaining to the US biological network in Ukraine.

“During the operation, our suspicions were confirmed that Ukraine became a base for Washington’s military biological programs. Such US projects require particular attention of the civilized world because the Americans were the only ones who didn’t join the protocol on mutual control within the framework of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.”

“The accumulation of new facts on criminal breaches of international laws by the US and Ukraine continues on a persistent basis.”

Russia’s Special Military operation also “defended the Donbass population from genocide by the Kiev regime, performing the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine and prosecuting war criminals responsible for brutal crimes against civilians”.

Now, what Patrushev said isn’t anything new to us who have been paying attention, but it does confirm that these extremely volatile and consequential accusations are not going to simply go away.

Follow up:

From HotAir:

Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci reported last month that it was experiencing daily cancelations due to pilot shortages. JetBlue and United Airlines are making adjustments, too.

The carrier had been having operational challenges since April due to not having enough pilots to fly its spring schedule, Minicucci said in a note to customers last month.

Of its 1,200 daily flights, it’s been canceling about 50 of them, Minicucci said.

Meanwhile, earlier this year, JetBlue said it was forced to reduce flights throughout the summer due to staffing issues.

At the start of 2022, United Airlines announced the start of its training program. United projected that the academy will train around 5,000 new pilots by 2030 — fulfilling half of its plan to recruit 10,000 new pilots in that time to combat the shortage.

What does all this mean? It means that airlines are cutting schedules but airline pilots are seeing salary increases and bonuses. Airlines have never really caught up since travel demands started to increase in the second half of 2021 when the pandemic began to wane and restrictions and mandates began to ease.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects the North America region to recover more quickly than other regions of the world. It forecast on March 1, 2022 that passenger numbers will reach 94% of 2019 levels in 2022, with full recovery expected in 2023.

“After a resilient 2021, traffic to/from/within North America will continue to perform strongly in 2022 as the US domestic market returns to pre-crisis trends, and with ongoing improvements in international travel,” IATA predicted.

When Christmas holiday travel went sideways, airlines blamed the delays and cancelations on severe weather and staffing shortages. Some airlines are forming partnerships with flight schools. Some are operating their own. It all takes time, though, and in the meantime, expect to pay more for tickets and to deal with overbooked flights.

United Airlines chief executive Scott Kirby blames the pilot shortage not on pay and benefits but on the time and expense involved in training. Regional airlines feel the shortages the most. Most pilots begin their career with regional airlines and then move on to mainline carriers.

“At United, we’re convinced that the root of the problem is that it costs over $100,000 and takes five or more years to obtain all the training to become eligible to fly for a major airline,” Kirby wrote. “A commercial pilot’s journey is technically complex, building hours and obtaining certificates in a process that is difficult to navigate without experienced support.”

While regional carriers usually plan for this movement, the early retirements at major carriers during the pandemic, plus the faster than expected recovery, means that airlines like Skywest are losing their captains to the majors much more quickly than expected.

It’s expensive to become a pilot. And the guys who were fighter pilots in the Cold War and the Gulf Wars are now closing in on the mandatory age of retirement at sixty-five.

It’s not going to get better any time soon.

Second Amendment:

It’s a bit high-brow, but the country club set is getting with the program.

The Democrats’ Misguided Gun-Control Bill

The next WHAT?!

Biden Says White House Needs More Money for Next Pandemic

Hang on…I thought we were still doing the last one. And there’s another one on the drawing board?

Biden preemptively blames a coming food shortage on Putin

Naturally.

Headlines in the Reading Room:

The GOP’s “Transgender” Strategy Is Dangerously Off Track

Americans Must Learn From Hungary’s Past

Dobbs As A Little Cloud

Manufacturing Social Justice Warriors on an Industrial Scale

Losing Our Democracy

This is supposedly a Republic, but whatever.

Sorry, But No (Western Weather)

This is flat-out bull****

Or why we should not build in flood plains.

JPMorgan Chase Cuts Thousands of Positions in Mortgage Lending Sector

Report, Tech and Finance Sector Reversing Job Offers for College Grads

Late Sundance offerings:

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell Admits It Is Not Russia That Created U.S. Inflation, It Is Joe Biden Policy

Absolutely Stunning DC Corruption – State Dept Appoints Blackrock Investment Chairman Tom Donilon, a Deep China Biden Insider, to U.S. Foreign Policy Board

Sanctimonious Biden Demands Congress and States Suspend Gasoline Taxes to Offset Massive Increases His Energy Policy Has Created

Tweets in no particular order:

Memes:

Just like the Couch Commando would ask me. Except my brother would never put it that way.

Time to relive college. Except I don’t know anyone who danced like that.

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MATTHEW 10:34-39

34“Do not think that I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. 35For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; 36and a man’s foes will be those of his own household. 37He who loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; and he who loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me; 38and he who does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me. 39He who finds his life will lose it, and he who loses his life for my sake will find it.

ISAIAH 49:1-6

1Listen to me, O coastlands, and hearken, you peoples from afar. The LORD called me from the womb, from the body of my mother he named my name. 2He made my mouth like a sharp sword, in the shadow of his hand he hid me; he made me a polished arrow, in his quiver he hid me away. 3And he said to me, “You are my servant, Israel, in whom I will be glorified.” 4But I said, “I have labored in vain, I have spent my strength for nothing and vanity; yet surely my right is with the LORD, and my recompense with my God.” 5And now the LORD says, who formed me from the womb to be his servant, to bring Jacob back to him, and that Israel might be gathered to him, for I am honored in the eyes of the LORD, and my God has become my strength — 6he says: “It is too light a thing that you should be my servant to raise up the tribes of Jacob and to restore the preserved of Israel; I will give you as a light to the nations, that my salvation may reach to the end of the earth.”

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Wolf Moon

Interesting “mules-related” post by Flynn:

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General Flynn ️️️
It’s time to connect the troops!!!
This is great to know!

True the Vote has partnered with Protect America now to bring citizens and sheriff’s together in an effort to bring accountability together. By the end of July they will have approximately 2500 sheriffs on board.

“We’ve set up a National Election Integrity Voter Hotline to help citizens in getting information and reporting problems. The hotline will be connected to sheriffs’ offices for quick evaluation of incoming information. It will go live on August 1, 2022.”

Citizens, independent journalists, and sheriff’s partnering together to fight back.

Sign up here:

https://protectamerica.vote

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ROBERT BAKER

So they have about 77% of all sheriffs (assuming all 2500 are serving at the moment) in the United States. That appears to be a super majority. Since most such citizen organizations of my experience are far less effective than these numbers would suggest, what am I missing?

kalbokalbs

Dunno what you may be missing.

Guessing here. 23% of the Sheriffs are working for counties with the largest populations – liberal shit holes. .

That said, I am pleased 77% of the Sheriffs are indicating they’ll work to protect the vote.

singingsoul1

Our Sheriff are great where I live. Good guys.

kalbokalbs

Same here. Excellent Sheriff.

singingsoul1

Mine are Republicans- conservative 🙂

Wolf Moon

IMO it’s because LEOs sense (due to “defund”, ACAB, etc.) that bad elections threaten THEM first. As I like to remind people, the Nazis actually came for the POLICE first. Sheriffs are all on the hot seat thanks to the commies.

RedLegLeader68

Nice to see … still waiting on vetting of Gen Flynn … I have my reasons … just sayin” …

Gingersmom2009

You and me both.

Wolf Moon

Never to be vetted IMO. Spies will always come up with missing puzzle pieces.

singingsoul1

I do not know if I want my personal info out there. I am a little skeptical. Where does the info land who to trust?

Wolf Moon

Never click on or submit info when you’re not absolutely sure!

I personally will wait a while on this. I’m like you – check it out first.

singingsoul1

🙂

Wolf Moon
TheseTruths

Rochelle Walensky’s painted-on smile is scary.

Wolf Moon

She’s creepy in the worst possible way.

Valerie Curren

PTL Our First Grandchild was born in the wee hours today, sharing a B-day w/ epic Constitutionalist Clarence Thomas. There were a couple minor hiccups in the birth process but everyone’s apparently doing well now. The new family should all head home sometime tomorrow so we can finally see our granddaughter in person. Covid crimes kept even Tara’s mother of being with her during the 18 hour labor sadly.

My niece Ashley’s son is doing better w/ the leaking air mostly diminished after inserting that tube in his chest. They are hopeful that he might be able to come home tomorrow as well. Apparently the baby is off most pain meds & is eating well & even smiled at his dad!

Thanks for your many prayers on behalf of my family. MUCH Appreciated!!!

God Bless You ALL 

Sadie Slays

Congratulations!

Valerie Curren

Thanks Sadie!

RDS

Valerie Curren
This is awesome news! Congratulations to you and yours!

Valerie Curren

Thanks RDS 🙂

cthulhu

YAY!!!!

Valerie Curren

We are thankful 🙂

mollypitcher5

Great news !

Congrats to you all !

Valerie Curren

Thanks much Molly!

TheseTruths

Congratulations, Grandma Valerie! 🌼

Valerie Curren

Thanks TT Blessings!

Aubergine

Wonderful! Congrats!

Valerie Curren

Thx A <3

singingsoul1

Gongatulation what a blessing for your family Grandma 🙂

Thanks to God that your niece’s son is better. Blessing to your family. 

Valerie Curren

We are so thankful. Apparently baby Easton has another challenge, some type of sore in the back of his throat that is making swallowing painful. At this point they sent Ashley home but the baby is still in the hospital, so prayers still needed…

singingsoul1

I am sorry to hear that.

Valerie Curren

Yes, me too. It’s hard & painful for Ashely to travel since she’s so recently post-op (C-Section) herself. It’s a rough way to start an expanded family to be sure…

singingsoul1

Prayer for your family.

Valerie Curren

Thanks Singing–God Bless YOU!

singingsoul1

Blessings

Valerie Curren

!!! 🙂

Valerie Curren

Insights from CS Lewis:

TO MARY WILLIS SHELBURNE: On how often one’s inner state differs from external circumstances; and on the proper attitude toward death and dying.

7 June 1959

I am sorry to hear that so many troubles crowd upon you but glad to hear that, by God’s grace, you are so untroubled. So often, whether for good or ill, one’s inner state seems to have so little connection with the circumstances. I can now hardly bear to look back on the summer before last when Joy was apparently dying and I was often screaming with the pain of osteoporosis: yet at the time we were in reality far from unhappy. May the peace of God continue to infold you. . .

What a state we have got into when we can’t say ‘I’ll be happy when God calls me’ without being afraid one will be thought ‘morbid’. After all, St. Paul said just the same [Philippians 1:21]. If we really believe what we say we believe—if we really think that home is elsewhere and that this life is a ‘wandering to find home’, why should we not look forward to the arrival? There are, aren’t there, only three things we can do about death: to desire it, to fear it, or to ignore it. The third alternative, which is the one the modern world calls ‘healthy’ is surely the most uneasy and precarious of all.

From The Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis, Volume III
Compiled in Yours, Jack

The Collected Letters of C. S. Lewis, Volume III: Narnia, Cambridge, and Joy 1950-1963. Copyright © 2007 by C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. Used with permission of HarperCollins Publishers. Yours, Jack: Spiritual Direction from C. S. Lewis. Copyright © 2008 by C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. Used with permission of HarperCollins Publishers.

RDS

Well, some information in the “detail department” about the young ones getting COVID.
It seems they both got sick at a summer camp they were attending, so they’re in the infirmary. This is in spite of both being “fully vaccinated and boosted”, in spite of all campers and staff being required to be “fully vaccinated”, and in spite of all campers being required to have a negative COVID test result within 72 hours before arrival at camp.
Anecdotal, to be sure; however, one cannot help wondering if similar situations will occur regarding summer camps in other areas of the country.

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kalbokalbs

Would bet this is common. Cruise ships come to mind. Everyone Injected and negative Covid test to board the ships.

TheseTruths

I know of at least one minor stage production that was cancelled due to the cast having COVID. They were going to require all audience members to wear masks, and they said they had been rehearsing in masks all along. I can’t imagine their not being vaxed and boosted as well.

So the vaxes, boosters, and masks don’t prevent COVID. Aren’t we back at square one, before we had those things? The only difference I see is in the severity of the disease. Honest question: Have vaccines made any difference in severity, or is its waning a normal part of the disease process?

At any rate, their restrictions on us don’t seem to be helping and are hurting in many instances.

Gingersmom2009

A couple we know – good brass band friends, went to England/Scotland with them in Sept. 2019 – are now on their 7th day of covid. Vaxxed & boosted. She was just 40, he’s mid-40s. And their symptoms are bad – this is not the omicron cold from December/January. Terrible cough and congestion, fatigue, bad fever, headache and body aches, with dizziness today. 02 went to 90 a couple of times, but basically at 95. And they’re sure they had it already over the 2019/20 holidays, so seconds for them.

They KNOW our MO – no vax, and that I did meds, regeneron and nebulizer in November – so it was basically a nothing burger. I have meds I could give them, but I know they won’t mention it. I’m just hoping they don’t wind up in the hospital.

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mollypitcher5

It is interesting. A lot of kids getting it right now whereas they didn’t very often in the early days.

RDS

“Vaccine-Induced Immune System Damage”

singingsoul1

My granddaughter is working this summer at a camp. They have all covid requirements testing and so on. I am sure with close contact something is about to happen.

Valerie Curren

Having been in that black place of despair with no sense of God’s presence I Know He remains with us, way beyond what our feelings might attempt to reveal…

Lewis, grieving the death of his wife, Joy:

Meanwhile, where is God? This is one of the most disquieting symptoms. When you are happy, so happy that you have no sense of needing Him, so happy that you are tempted to feel His claims upon you as an interruption, if you remember yourself and turn to Him with gratitude and praise, you will be—or so it feels—welcomed with open arms. But go to Him when your need is desperate, when all other help is vain, and what do you find? A door slammed in your face, and a sound of bolting and double bolting on the inside. After that, silence. You may as well turn away. The longer you wait, the more emphatic the silence will become. There are no lights in the windows. It might be an empty house. Was it ever inhabited? It seemed so once. And that seeming was as strong as this. What can this mean? Why is He so present a commander in our time of prosperity and so very absent a help in time of trouble?

I tried to put some of these thoughts to C. this afternoon. He reminded me that the same thing seems to have happened to Christ: ‘Why hast thou forsaken me?’ I know. Does that make it easier to understand?

Not that I am (I think) in much danger of ceasing to believe in God. The real danger is of coming to believe such dreadful things about Him. The conclusion I dread is not ‘So there’s no God after all,’ but ‘So this is what God’s really like. Deceive yourself no longer.’

From A Grief Observed
Compiled in A Year with C.S. Lewis

A Grief Observed. Copyright © 1961 by N. W. Clerk, restored 1996 C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. Preface by Douglas H. Gresham copyright © 1994 by Douglas H. Gresham. All rights reserved. Used with permission of HarperCollins Publishers. A Year With C.S. Lewis: Daily Readings from His Classic Works. Copyright © 2003 by C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. Used with permission of HarperCollins Publishers.

cthulhu

…..and a hearty kick in the nuts to all states’ AG’s that think they can just throw a case to a straw-man plaintiff and overrule the legislature….

https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-supreme-court-rules-that-gop-lawmakers-can-defend-voter-id-law-in-north-carolina-after-state-ag-refuses-to-uphold-it/

mollypitcher5

Another reason not to trust ANY of them. Corrupt schemers

mollypitcher5

RDS

Dark money, left of left-wing organization.

para59r

You’d think with all the effort that goes into choosing and approving the president’s cabinet secretaries, that this rule by shadow committee would be an unthinkable breech of the publics trust and thus not tolerated. Yet here we are with these unaccountable goons pulling all the levers behind the curtain. It’s well understood here, that everything the left touches falls to rot and cancerous decay. Time to trim the garden so we can see what festering rot lies within.

RDS

h/t Marica’s blog:
http://www.sgtreport.com/2022/06/intranasal-flu-vaccine-developed-using-graphene-oxide-sheet-like-nanoparticles/

What could possibly go wrong? Especially if a COVID-19 “vaccine” is perhaps “piggy-backed” onto this product? (/sarc)

kalbokalbs

No flu vaccines.

NO mRNA Injections.

Wolf Moon

Yeah, things are getting very nasty. China is effectively running the FDA now.

RDS

Wolf Moon
Here’s some “sauce” on the research into this intranasal “vaccine” with a graphene nanoparticle adjuvant:

The research was conducted at the Georgia State University (U.S.) institute for Biomedical Sciences.
The lab used at the Institute is that of Dr. Baozhong Wang.
Dr. Wang earned his PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2003.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences is part of the CCP’s People’s Liberation Army.
The research at Dr. Wang’s lab was funded by the NIAID (Anthony Fauci).

The research paper:

http://www.pnas.org/doi/full/10.1073/pnas.2024998118
“Intranasal vaccination with influenza HA/GO-PEI nanoparticles provides immune protection against homo- and heterologous strains”

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RDS

And here’s the 2017 Chinese study about using nanoparticle adjuvants in vaccines. This research was conducted by scientists connected to Tonji Medical College and Huazhong University of Science and Technology, in WUHAN.

https://doi.org/10.2147/IJN.S137980
“Polyethylenimine-based micro/nanoparticles as vaccine adjuvants”

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Wolf Moon

Wow. This science paper completely side-steps the negatives of graphene and derivatives. Not only ignores them, but HINTS that graphene oxide provides a very effective “sneak adjuvant” that WORKS in the absence of any APPROVED adjuvants.

This is just shocking dereliction of scientific duty, IMO. Both on the part of the AUTHORS and on the part of the editors (PNAS).

para59r

So as we know, Republicans in the House were not allowed to seat their chosen Representatives on the Jan 6 Committee in breech of long standing House Rules and common sense if you want a bi partisan outcome.

Well that has led to this: Investigators Determine Nancy Pelosi Is Responsible for January 6 and this will be the focus of an investigation into the Jan 6 committee itself, as it well should be once the Republican’s take back the house in Nov.

kalbokalbs

MeThinks they can skip all house / senate investigations.

Skip DIRECTLY to Law Enforcement and prosecutions.

WHEN, was the last house / senate committee that FIXED ANYTHING?

I’ll wait.

mollypitcher5

Better ice down some beer and grab some snacks because the answer to that is silence…as in never. It’s one of those tedious games that they play because they have to pretend that they actually do something.

They don’t write their own bills, they don’t listen or respond to constituents…they go to fund raisers, parties, pressers, junkets, shuck and jive for the rubes back home.

para59r

Unfortunately your correct, what your talking about is putting up a sign in front of the Constitution and declaring it Out of Order while the countries servants go about setting it right with the intent of a Grand New Opening further down the road. Like any garden falling into such disrepair, the best thing to do first is pare it down, which means all those lofty (cabal) places get trimmed back first before the serious work of saving the roots, trunks and branches can begin.

RF121

Law enforcement and prosecutions are provided by Bidens DOJ. Good luck.

kalbokalbs

Yea, we need luck. Have no illusion anything good will happen until we have the WH, Senate and House.

Whatever gains we have in November will be great for headlines AND stopping or impeding BiteMe’s criminals.

kalbokalbs

Doocy: “People can’t afford an electric car… That sounds like a painful transition.”

Jean-Pierre: “We are in a transition to clean energy.”

Doocy: “Is that the choice $5 per gallon gas or a $60,000 electric car?”

Jean-Pierre: “That’s apples to oranges. It’s not the same.”

mollypitcher5

Her pile of answers in her messy notebook is always Putin, Putin, Putin OR nonsensical gibberish.

wowohwow1528

Dumb, dumber and ⬆️Dumb-ass

gil00

She just isnt an American and it shows. Doesnt understand the USA, only stupid dimm agenda.

Linda
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TheseTruths

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Husband Paul Officially Charged by Napa County DA – Faces Up to 5 Years in Jail
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/06/house-speaker-nancy-pelosis-husband-paul-officially-charged-napa-county-da/

He was charged with a misdemeanor, not a felony, and 5 years is the top sentence. At least he was charged, but I’ll be shocked if he serves any time.

Paul Pelosi, the 82-year-old husband of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), has a preliminary court date on August 3rd for his Memorial Day weekend DUI arrest in Napa County, California that involved a crash with his Porsche and a Jeep. 

Pelosi is out on $5000 bail on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or higher.

kalbokalbs

This IS hilarious. Kari Lake deftly triple bitch slaps CNN goofball. ~30 seconds.

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Wolf Moon

Hilarious!!!

para59r

Charging straight into and through the ambush. CNN is lucky she didn’t do a double tap. 😆

mollypitcher5

She is so smooth !!

TheseTruths

The Best Lines From The Supreme Court’s Takedown Of New York’s Unconstitutional Gun Licensing Scheme

https://thefederalist.com/2022/06/23/the-best-lines-from-the-supreme-courts-takedown-of-new-yorks-unconstitutional-gun-licensing-scheme/

The Second Amendment Protects “Ordinary, Law-Abiding” Citizens

As Thomas clearly noted in his opinion, “It is undisputed that petitioners Koch and Nash—two ordinary, law-abiding, adult citizens—are part of ‘the people’ whom the Second Amendment protects.”

Thomas said New York’s attempts to limit the Second Amendment rights of individuals like the men who applied to carry guns outside of their homes but were rejected are clearly unconstitutional because such rights are protected under the scope of the Consitution. 

“The Second Amendment’s plain text thus presumptively guarantees petitioners Koch and Nash a right to ‘bear’ arms in public for self-defense,” he wrote. 

The Burden Of Proof When It Comes To Constitutional Rights Is On The Government

When New York subjectively rejected two individuals’ attempts to obtain a handgun license, the burden of proof was forced on the citizens who were required to prove they had “proper cause” to carry handguns, as determined by the state. 

Not only did Thomas confirm that “No New York statute defines ‘proper cause,’” but he affirmed that the burden of proof when it comes to the constitutional right to bear arms should be on the government, not the citizens those rights are designed to protect. 

“When the Second Amendment’s plain text covers an individual’s conduct, the Constitution presumptively protects that conduct. The government must then justify its regulation by demonstrating that it is consistent with the Nation’s historical tradition of firearm regulation. Only then may a court conclude that the individual’s conduct falls outside the Second Amendment’s ‘unqualified command,’” Thomas wrote. 

He added that “The Second Amendment ‘is the very product of an interest balancing by the people’ and it ‘surely elevates above all other interests the right of law-abiding, responsible citizens to use arms’ for self-defense.”

History Doesn’t Support Restrictive, Subjective Licensing

In the majority opinion, Thomas emphasized the importance of historical tradition in determining cases related to firearms. 

He noted that 43 states issue various licenses to carry a gun outside of the home based on objective, definable criteria but six states, including New York, California, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey, have all made their licensing requirements based on subjective criteria determined by the government.

As Thomas noted, “apart from a handful of late 19th-century jurisdictions, the historical record compiled by respondents does not demonstrate a tradition of broadly prohibiting the public carry of commonly used firearms for self-defense.”

“Nor is there any such historical tradition limiting public carry only to those law-abiding citizens who demonstrate a special need for self-defense,” he added.

Not Even English Tradition Says Americans Can’t Carry Handguns For Self-Defense

In this case, the New York government tried to argue using a “substantial reliance on English history and custom before the founding.”

“We find that history ambiguous at best and see little reason to think that the Framers would have thought it applicable in the New World. It is not sufficiently probative to defend New York’s proper-cause requirement,” Thomas wrote.

After a long explanation as to why English laws and customs don’t necessarily apply to American legal standards after its founding, Thomas concluded that not even English historical tradition would justify New York’s “proper cause” licensing requirement. 

“At the very least, we cannot conclude from this historical record that, by the time of the founding, English law would have justified restricting the right to publicly bear arms suited for self-defense only to those who demonstrate some special need for self-protection,” he stated.

Gun Control Found Its Roots In Racism

Even before the Civil War commenced in 1861, this Court indirectly affirmed the importance of the right to keep and bear arms in public,” Thomas wrote. 

In a review of “the public discourse surrounding Reconstruction,” Thomas noted that “public carry for self-defense remained a central component of the protection that the Fourteenth Amendment secured for all citizens.”

“After the Civil War, of course, the exercise of this fundamental right by freed slaves was systematically thwarted. This Court has already recounted some of the Southern abuses violating blacks’ right to keep and bear arms,” he wrote.

What Other Constitutional Rights Require Prerequisites?

“We know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need,” Thomas wrote. “That is not how the First Amendment works when it comes to unpopular speech or the free exercise of religion. It is not how the Sixth Amendment works when it comes to a defendant’s right to confront the witnesses against him. And it is not how the Second Amendment works when it comes to public carry for self-defense.”

Not only does it infringe on the Second Amendment, but Thomas said New York’s licensing scheme adds hurdles for Americans to be protected by the Fourteenth Amendment “in that it prevents law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their right to keep and bear arms.” 

Mass Shooting Stats Have Nothing To Do With This Case

In his concurring opinion, Alito slammed dissenting Justices Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan, and Sonia Sotomayor for bringing up irrelevant statistics to try and justify restricting Americans’ consitutional rights.

“Why, for example, does the dissent think it is relevant to recount the mass shootings that have

occurred in recent years?” Alito asked. “Does the dissent think that laws like New York’s prevent or deter such atrocities? Will a person bent on carrying out a mass shooting be stopped if he knows that it is illegal to carry a handgun outside the home?”

Alito also questioned how the dissenting justices “account for the fact that one of the mass shootings near the top of its list took place in Buffalo?”

“The New York law at issue in this case obviously did not stop that perpetrator,” he noted. 

Alito asked the same questions of gun suicides, domestic disputes, and other firearm-related statistics. 

Good Guys Need Guns For Protection

Alito also noted in his concurring opinion that “The police cannot disarm every person who acquires a gun for use in criminal activity; nor can they provide bodyguard protection for the State’s nearly 20 million residents or the 8.8 million people who live in New York City.” 

And since “ordinary citizens frequently use firearms to protect themselves from criminal attack,” they shouldn’t be stopped from carrying a gun for self defense in crime-ridden cities in states such as New York. 

“Some of these people reasonably believe that unless they can brandish or, if necessary, use a handgun in the case of attack, they may be murdered, raped, or suffer some other serious injury,” Alito noted. “Today, unfortunately, many Americans have good reason to fear that they will be victimized if they are unable to protect themselves. And today, no less than in 1791, the Second Amendment guarantees their right to do so.”

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cthulhu

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Wolf Moon

Absolutely AWESOME.

TheseTruths

Catturd:

How many 5 gallon buckets will it take to hold the liberal tears today? 😂 😂 😂

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https://twitter.com/ catturd2?lang=en

kalbokalbs

^^^ That’s F U N N Y ! ^^^

para59r

Including this little outrage so we can note it on the day of the foul deed.
Day Before J6 Committee Hearing, FBI Agents Raid Home of Trump DOJ Official Jeffrey Clark in Pre-Dawn Raid –Forced into Street in His Pajamas

… Former Trump OMB Director Russ Vought gave the dirty details on the pre-dawn raid, “The new era of criminalizing politics is worsening in the US. Yesterday more than a dozen DOJ law enforcement officials searched Jeff Clark’s house in a pre dawn raid, put him in the streets in his pjs, and took his electronic devices. 1/2…All because Jeff saw fit to investigate voter fraud. This is not America, folks. The weaponization of govt must end. Let me be very clear. We stand by Jeff and so must all patriots in this country. 2/2” (

Before the raid was reported, NBC News posted a Ryan J. Reilly article on Clark, “The guy who Donald Trump wanted to make the acting attorney general of the United States of America is now a Truth Social user, Revolver News author, 2000 Mules fan, Gateway Pundit promoter, and Steve Bannon guest.”

Once again the DOJ is used in another publicity stunt all because the J6 committee wants to look relevant when in fact it has nothing.

Wolf Moon

Thanks! I saw this. Communist criminals. SHAME!!!

para59r

Listed as Gay Pride Photo of the Day at CFP.
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I wonder if this is Rick Grenell’s car? 😆

pgroup2

What state is that license plate?

Wolf Moon

South Carolina, I believe!

kalbokalbs

Yup.

Wolf Moon

Nice to know that it works so well! And storing urine at RT sterilizes it. Who knew? Awesome.

para59r

Well there is either something to their particular process or some one is playing a trick as this seems to run contrary to already established practices.

https://morningchores.com/urine-as-fertilizer/

Tip 1: Fresh is Best

Fresh urine doesn’t stink. But as bacteria begin to break down the urea into its constituent parts, odors come as a result of that decomposition. Urea is broken down into ammonia, which of course smells like… ammonia.

If you use urine fresh though, the bacteria don’t have time to act so very little ammonia is released.

Don’t go saving your jars of urine. Instead, use them immediately or direct apply.

Wolf Moon

Reading THIS explains the dichotomy.

https://iwaponline.com/washdev/article-abstract/3/2/181/30287/Pathogen-and-indicator-inactivation-in-source?redirectedFrom=fulltext

In one case, the goal is “don’t stink”. That means no ammonia. However, “no ammonia” does not imply sterility. Fresh urine is normally sterile, but not always – plus, it quickly becomes contaminated with bacteria and loses sterility.

In the second case, the goal is sterility. It is possible to “push through” the formation of ammonia to levels where the ammonia kills the bacteria – as do the temperatures of the urine sitting in sunlight, which can also be sterilizing.

Formation of ammonia also “preps” the product for use as fertilizer, which is fine as long as it’s sterile.

Wolf Moon

Moral to the story: either use fresh urine, or let it sit in the sun long enough to be sterile.

cthulhu

This might also vary depending on the intended use. If you’re growing tree fruit, there’s a bit of difference between the roots and the fruits, so you can use fresh. If you’re growing herbal-ish things (like rosemary), you want to be very careful to maintain sterility, so you’d use aged. If you’re growing something like chives or asparagus, you may want to consider alternate procedures.