DEAR MAGA: TGIF Open Thread 20220923

Autumn Fizz


  • 2 oz Alibi Gin
  • .25 oz lemon juice
  • Agave nectar, to taste
  • Sparkling apple cider
  • Garnished with thyme and apple


Pour gin in shaker, add lemon juice and agave nectar, shake, and then pour into a high ball glass and top with sparkling cider. Garnish with fresh thyme and an apple slice.

From The Ebbitt Room at the Virginia Hotel in Cape May, NJ

Remember yesterday when we featured Matt Walsh and the sunlight he was bringing to child mutilation via big time medicine? Well….

It looks like there’s a lot of objections to the entire practice, and the people are speaking out.

The 22nd was a family event day, so this is going to be a bit light. But, still….

Talking Points Will Not Fix the Border Crisis

In repeated interviews, speeches, and testimonies before Congress, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has insisted that our border with Mexico is closed and secure. He makes these statements even as one of his own agencies, Customs and Border Protection (CBP), released data showing more than 2 million illegal border crossings in the current fiscal year—a record. Such blatant disregard for the facts and the failure to execute the requirements of his position are the driving forces behind the growing support in Congress to impeach Mayorkas in the coming year.

Like Mayorkas, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre also insists that the border is secure. When asked by reporters to address the border crisis, she dogmatically reads verbatim talking points from a binder and rarely answers the question asked. On how the border is secure, Jean-Pierre responds that the administration has “secured record levels of funding” for the leviathan DHS.   

On the topic of a border wall, Jean-Pierre and other White House apparatchiks are quick to respond that the administration has instead made investments in technology at the border. While there is certainly a role for many forms of technology assets at the border, immigration enforcement professionals have consistently asked for a significant, permanent barrier system at key points along the 1,954-mile southern border.

Americans First

Don’t listen when the Left cries they need more money to help out those struggling Americans back home.

The Coming Austerity Crisis

The U.S. government’s debt is 150 percent of the gross domestic product. The current inflation is just the first problem caused by the debt. If deficit spending continues, soon high interest rates and the decline of U.S. debt credit will follow. Instead of incrementally fixing the problem, austerity economics will be the outcome. The Greeks went through it in 2007 and 2008, and they will be the first to tell you it was no fun. Congress, and especially during sessions with Democratic majorities, bears much of the blame for this.

The Paradox of Populist Foreign Policy in Asia

Modi and Abe are examples of a kind of politics supporters of the “America First” movement will recognize: one that advocates strengthening the nation’s reputation abroad by aggressively asserting its interests and refusing to countenance those who insist it should feel guilt over past, or even ongoing, actions. More recently, South Korea’s Yoon rode a wave of youth discontent, promising to assert Korea’s growing influence, praising right-wing strongmen of the past, and tackling the influence of both China and feminism. All three leaders—Abe, Modi, and Yoon—count among their domestic critics groups America Firsters will recognize: progressive politicians, liberal media institutions, and feminists. 

While supporters of former president Trump may sense camaraderie with these three leaders, and share similar views of China’s rise, they must also be ready for a potential outcome that may not be to their liking. Good working relations between a future America First president and likeminded leadership in Tokyo, Delhi, and Seoul may lead to further American commitments in world affairs, including militarily and financially. An important consideration, especially as the definition of America First will be contested between now and the 2024 Republican nomination.

How to Break the Two-Party System

George Washington was not a party man.

In his Farewell Address, he warned that the political parties are “truly the worst enemy” of popular government. They are a “frightful despotism” built on the “ruins of popular liberty.” They are animated by a “spirit of revenge.” They are “baneful.” Worst of all, the party system “opens the door to foreign influence and corruption.”

This Is a Child

Collapse of energy, food, transportation systems prompt calls for government nationalization of industries – Echoes 1930s push for Great Reset style reforms

Yes, it’s been tried before.

FBI hero paying the price for exposing unjust ‘persecution’ of conservative Americans

NewsGuard Adviser Michael Hayden Is ‘Perfectly Fine’ With Sharing Disinformation To Protect Biden

Here’s another one who needs to be staked out next to a nest of fire ants.

Tweety Tweets:

Giant brain?


And now for the business portion of the post borrowed from Tuesday:

Guidelines for posting and discussion on this site were outlined by our host, WolfM00n. Please, review them from time to time.

The discourse on this site is to be CIVIL – no name calling, baiting, or threatening others here is allowed. Those who are so inclined may visit Wolf’s other sanctuary, the U-Tree, to slog it out. There is also a “rescue” thread there for members of the Tree to rendezvous if the main site goes kablooey. A third site has been added for site outages of longer duration.

This site is a celebration of the natural rights endowed to humans by our Creator as well as those enshrined in the Bill of Rights adopted in the founding documents of the United States of America. Within the limits of law, how we exercise these rights is part of the freedom of our discussion.

Fellow tree dweller the late Wheatie gave us some good reminders on the basics of civility in political discourse:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.

And Auntie DePat’s requests:

If you see something has not been posted, do us all a favor, and post it. Please, do not complain that it has not been done yet.

The scroll wheel on your mouse can be your friend. As mature adults, please use it here in the same manner you would in avoiding online porn.



1For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: 2a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; 3a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; 4a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; 5a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; 6a time to seek, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; 7a time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; 8a time to love, and a time to hate; a time for war, and a time for peace. 9What gain has the worker from his toil? 10I have seen the business that God has given to the sons of men to be busy with. 11He has made everything beautiful in its time; also he has put eternity into man’s mind, yet so that he cannot find out what God has done from the beginning to the end.


Disney Chooses Bald Actress To Play Rapunzel In Live-Action Remake

U.S. — Disney has chosen a bald actress to play Rapunzel in the upcoming live-action remake of Tangled. Director Guy Ritchie announced the casting at a press conference alongside Disney CEO Bob Chapek.

“We are thrilled to have this mega-talented bald actress joining us to star in this film,” said Ritchie. “She has long been an outspoken advocate for the alopecia community and we know she’ll lend her unique lived experience as a person of baldness to the iconic role of Rapunzel.”

Several fans were upset with the casting, pointing out that the actress is bald, while Rapunzel has hair. “I’m all for diversity,” said Disney fan Janet Cutler. “My pronouns are Xe / Xer. But this is a bit too far. Rapunzel is supposed to have hair. It’s sort of core to the entire story.”

Another Disney fan echoed the sentiment. “Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair,” said Disney fan Andrew Steeplechase. “That’s one of the key quotes in the story. I’m not sure that works as well with a bald Rapunzel.”

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by Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn

Short summary by Yours Truly:
Dr. Hirschhorn confirms information that was discussed on this board earlier this month. He gives a superb summary of the Italian research paper that analyzed the blood of persons who were “vaccinated” with a COVID-19 “vaccine” compared to the blood of persons who were UN-“vaccinated.” The COVID-19 “vaccines” in question were the Pfizer-BioNTech BNT162b2 and the Moderna mRNA-1273.
He also gives a superb summary of the German research paper that analyzed the blood of “vaccinated” persons and also of samples of the “vaccines” themselves. The COVID-19 “vaccines” in question in the German paper are the Pfizer-BioNTech BNT162b2 (COMIRNATY); the Moderna mRNA-1273; and the AstraZeneca adenovirus DNA.
Using Dark-Field Microscopy and AI, both sets of researchers found numerous abnormalities and structures in the blood samples of the “vaccinated” persons. In the Italian study, the researchers found that the blood of UN-“vaccinated” persons that they examined was normal. In addition, the German researchers found evidence of heavy metals in samples of the “vaccines” themselves.
The link to the Italian paper in Dr. Hirschhorn’s article has been disabled. Here’s another link to the Italian paper:
“Dark-Field Microscopic Analysis on the Blood of 1,006 Symptomatic Persons After Anti-COVID mRNA Injections from Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna”
This paper has been peer-reviewed.
The links to the German paper in Dr. Hirschhorn’s article both work. One has to dig a little to get to the actual paper from the first link (“site” hyperlink) in the article, but it’s worth it.
The internet has a plethora of “fact checker” and “medical expert” sties that claim to “debunk” these papers.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

‘structures’ in the blood

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I’m soon to donate blood, been debating if I should question the workers. Before I do, Does anyone know if those structures are visible to the human eye? I’ll be scoping out the blood bags. 😜

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

My recommendation is to “chit-chat” the workers, by making them feel safe to tell you things.


It’s what Project Veritas does!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Yes! Exactly.

Although I myself generally don’t take video or reveal names unless I’m personally threatened. I prefer to dig deep and learn the truth, then reveal it anonymously, but authoritatively. I think that giving people a chance to reconsider what they’re doing is a direct lesson from Christ.

Public figures are a different story. If I believe something about them, I speak the truth about what I think. I may be wrong, and if I change my mind, I’ll say so, but if I think something, I cannot stay silent too long.

I think that Matt Walsh did the right thing, revealing what has gone on with the “trans” takeover of Vanderbilt.

The “trans” movement is not winning friends by any of the things it is doing, which are destroying it:

  • grooming
  • denying parents’ rights
  • opposing therapy, counseling, and skepticism
  • cry-bullying
  • lying about “violence” and “killing trans people”
  • ignoring the failures of “affirmation”
  • not letting “affirmation” be balanced by “challenge”
  • corruption of science and medicine
  • politicization of science and medicine
  • disrespecting the validity of age of consent ideas
  • becoming the “Gaystapo” and “Tranzis”

The study talks about dark-field microscopy, so I think it would take a microscope to see the structures.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Do you think the white microscopic structures would make the blood appear pink?


I have no expertise, but I have seen darkfield microscopy being done. I think everything is too small for the naked eye to perceive, including small gradations in color (if they even exist).

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

I’m still gonna look at others’ blood.

I know mine is beautiful gorgeous dark red. ☺☺

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

No “iron poor blood” there!  😍 

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎


I may be too high, daily heels and headaches. Waiting on test results from yesterday. Lab is messing me around. ARGH!!!

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The state of the medical profession should be that they recognize these differences in the vaxed and unvaxed and treat accordingly. Instead, we have denial and pressure to get more vaccines, while people get suboptimal care and deadly advice.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Medicine, like my old employer “Shallow State”, was Obamatized.


Komifornia’s IGNORANCE continues to spiral higher and HIGHER… (Bold mine)

California Bans Sale of Natural Gas Heaters by 2030
The California Air Resources Board voted to end the sale of natural gas heaters by 2030.

The goal is to replace all gas-powered furnaces and water heaters with electric appliances.


They already can’t keep up with the demand for electricity. They just want people to suffer.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

The stoooopidity, where do think the electricity is gonna come from??!!!????  :wpds_lol: 


When we put our natural gas furnace into the attic some years ago, we took a tax credit based on it being something like 96% efficient.

I can absolutely guarantee that you cannot get a similar efficiency by spinning a gas turbine a couple of hundred miles away, running a generator with it, and sending it over high-voltage lines to my local utility, who will use multiple levels of transformers to bring it down to house voltage. After that, it will need a coil to turn electricity back into heat.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Our leaders are either insane or lying. I suspect it’s the latter.


Creepy vid. May of been around awhile, not sure. I do wonder why it doesn’t allow comments. Seems made for them.

Anyway part of the PJ Media story on creepy Klaus Schwab side kick and WEF transhumanist Yuval Noah Harari demonstrating that he also is conversant in lies about Global Climate Change and knowledgeable about World Wide Extortion. There’s some explainers in the story along with a vid on his interview with fawning groupies where he apparently says the World needs to fork over 2 Trillion bucks so he and his WEF henchmen can stop Climate Change some how. I’m sure the 2 Trillion is just for starters and doesn’t even take in account the share that the political hacks will demand for enforcement of the fees.

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Thank you for this! I was going to bring it – glad you did.


Kanekoa: Texas Democrats Paid Homeless Man to Falsify Ballots: Police Body Camera Footage
Deborah Peoples is a former Tarrant County Democratic Party chair and two-time candidate for Fort Worth mayor, now running for Tarrant County judge.

There’s only one problem.

Last week, The Gateway Pundit released police body camera footage that shows an officer talking to a homeless man named, Charles Jackson, who claims Deborah Peoples and Stuart Clegg, the director of The Peoples Group, paid him $200 for every ballot that he fraudulently acquired from elderly voters.

Furthermore, Jackson claims that he fraudulently obtained signatures and filled out ballots “five days a week” for “six months” and that Deborah and Stuart paid him on average “$900 to $1200 a week” in “cash” for ballots that he voted “all Democrat.”

The footage was released last week, but the corporate media has been completely silent about the video and Deborah Peoples hasn’t even put out a public statement in response.

Link to the 11-minute video of Charles Jackson and the police officer talking on January 3, 2020. It was obtained through an open records request courtesy of The Gateway Pundit.

JACKSON: “Each time I get someone to sign they gave me $200.”

OFFICER: “To sign the absentee ballot?”

JACKSON: “Yeah, but that wasn’t easy though, those people were 65 and older you know.”

OFFICER: “How many people you get to sign?”

JACKSON: “One day I got like $1200. It was like four hours.”

OFFICER: “Did you fill out anything or did you have them fill it out?”

JACKSON: “No, I filled it out while I was talking to them, and then I switched it around, and let them sign it.”

OFFICER: “So you voted everyone for them?”

JACKSON: “Yeah, yeah pretty much. You know once you vote one just vote all Democrat… and they wasn’t intending to do that.”

OFFICER: “How would you get them to sign?”

JACKSON: “I was told to tell them we were just making sure what we got in the system is correct. And they already had the information; they had their name, their kids name, or how old they was, their birthday, their phone number. I would say is this information correct? They said yeah and I said well sign if it’s correct. Once they signed then they voted.”

OFFICER: So was that paper ballot or on the computer?

JACKSON: Both. Tablet was in my hand and I had paper as well.

OFFICER: So then you would take it back to?

JACKSON: Stuart Clegg and Deborah Peoples. She was the district Chair for Democratic headquarters.

OFFICER: How much money did you make?

JACKSON: I did it for like six months man. I had gotten a room at the Echo. Stayed up there for six months… Every day I got someone to sign you know.

OFFICER: So in six months’ time how much do you think roughly?

JACKSON: I’d say on average at least $900 or $1200 a week. Five days a week.

OFFICER: Would they pay you cash?


OFFICER: So who would actually give you the cash?

JACKSON: Stuart. Deborah gave me cash too. Stuart gave me cash. Rubin gave me cash. Then they gave me bonuses and they bought me a moped.

OFFICER: How’d you meet them? 

JACKSON: I was on Race street and they had a rake and a shovel and I was going and trying to find work. You know how the grass grows on the sidewalks. So I done that you know [inaudible]. You can come back tomorrow and do my flowers. Well, I done that too you know. Well, you can come by tomorrow.

OFFICER: Who was saying this to you?

JACKSON: Deborah Peoples. And then she called Stuart Clegg to come over and said he’s a good worker you know. He said hey man come on and help me put these signs out. So I start putting signs out and then I start working the polls and then I start doing a lot of things.

Last Friday, the Tarrant County Republican Party released a statement that calls for an investigation into the matter saying, “In the video, the individual explained to a police officer that Ms. Peoples directed him to target the elderly, steal their votes, and harvest those votes for specific candidates in the 2016 election.”

Timothy O’Hare is the Republican nominee for Tarrant County Judge.

With less than 45-days to go until the election, let’s help Mr. O’Hare, the Tarrant County GOP, and the entire country bring attention to the fact that, Charles Jackson, a felon previously convicted of voter fraud, accused Deborah Peoples and Stuart Clegg of paying him “$200 in cash” for “six months” for every ballot that he fraudulently acquired from elderly voters — and Deborah Peoples is still the current Democratic nominee for an upcoming election in Tarrant County, Texas.

Peoples and Clegg should be in jail.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Good grief, these Demon Dems need to be in prison.

I mean, they sent Dinesh D’Souza to prison – right?

Where’s FIB on this? Too busy chasing after the OTHER party?


Students should demand the freak act normal or leave the school.

  • ^^^ If no satisfaction, Walk Out until the freak goes away.

Mush-Mind at his finest…

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

“I’m taking on the RNA…..”