Open Thread

Elon Musk admitted that he voted Biden in 2020. A lot of people are taking this as a bad thing but for the first time I think we might have something here. Like most rich people, Musk moves in circles that are heavily liberal and he also, being rich, doesn’t have to worry about things…so, to such a person, the grand plans to “save the world” both sound good and are cost-free. Rich people are the easiest people to get on board with liberal ideology. But every now and again a rich guy has a wake-up call.

Think about what Musk has seen in the past few weeks: the liberals whom he thought of as the good guys are now trying to get Twitter deplatformed on the Ap store. Team Pudding Brain is threatening investigations. Liberals who viewed Musk previously as some sort of demi-god are turning on him viciously. In and amongst all that, Musk has obtained a first-hand look at how Twitter has operated. As CEO, there is nothing that anyone at Twitter gets to hide from him…and from what he’s saying on Twitter, my guess is that he did ask…and found out that Twitter’s “safety” staff were nothing more than Stalinists looking for any excuse to stifle dissent. These people were all let go by Musk. About 90 percent of Twitter’s staff was let go…and its still running just fine. What all this boils down to is that Musk might be, for the first time in his life, really getting a look at the mentality of a liberals and finding that it is ignorant, self-centered and cruel. I doubt that Musk will ever go MAGA, but he might become someone we can rely on in the fight for liberty.

Musk is also growing disillusioned with the MSM, and that’s a good thing. The trouble is that plenty of people – including some on the right – still believe the MSM to one degree or another. At this link you’ll see that someone put together a bunch of local news broadcasts with the subject of disinformation and the threat it poses to “our Democracy”. The MSMers all say the same thing. It is a script – and it must come out from a central source. Someone orders the MSM what to say and it gets said. With this, what they count on is that nobody sees the other broadcasts – and, of course, most won’t. So it will seem to be something that your local news guys all thought up on their own…but in the modern world, that sort of thing can get found out. Trouble is, we lack a genuine national Conservative broadcast/cable outfit that can give max exposure on such things. This sort of rank propaganda would have made Goebbles blush. It also, shows, in case you weren’t sure, how entirely mindless the news readers are – their only qualifications are the ability to look and sound good on TV. If a thought ever passed through their heads it would be the first time. And it is something we do need to take action on – can we really hold that the First Amendment was designed to protect that sort of thing? Is it really free speech – freedom of the press – when mindless drones are just repeating the talking points a political party handed off to them? Shouldn’t that at least count as an in-kind political donation? Shouldn’t they have to disclose they aren’t news organizations but merely party propagandists?

WEF’s Klaus Schwab declares China to be a role model. The same China building concentration camps – allegedly for Covid quarantine but that’s just the cover story: dissent is growing in China and the ChiComs are building places to put dissidents. I did a little looking into Schwab and he’s just a rich guy. He comes from an exceptionally privileged background and he’s certain he knows how to fix us. Not make us happy: he doesn’t care about that. But he does want us to cease being an inconvenience.

Been saying for a while now that I really do understand the Jacobins. Some people just earn a trip in a tumbril.

NASA says we’ll live on the Moon by 2030. I think we might be hanging out there for periods of time – as with Mars, we can’t live there: too much radiation and too little gravity. We just sent our first capsule to the Moon since Apollo – unmanned whip around the Moon. Which I don’t understand in the least – seems a complete waste of money and a perfectly good spacecraft. We’ve already been there. If we’ve got a ship that can do it, send people. But, anyways, unmanned – as will the next couple. Then we send people in a flyby. The plan is to put people back on the surface in 2026.

40 thoughts on “Open Thread

  1. Cluster November 26, 2022 / 9:33 am

    Just saw a great comment from a friend on Facebook and it is so so true

    “They wouldn’t be worried about Trump if Biden actually got 81 million votes”.

    • Retired Spook November 26, 2022 / 9:39 am

      Remember all the news organizations that descended on Florida after the 2000 election? They all had teams doing a deep dive into the voting, doing meticulous hand re-counting, and they all came up with the same result: Bush won. I wonder how many are doing that for 2020. Somebody should.

      • Cluster November 26, 2022 / 10:19 am

        And with the recent AZ election – weird how the media and election officials have no interest in doing any “deep dives”. Democrats have learned how to steal elections and they will continue to do so, until they are caught and held accountable.

      • Amazona November 26, 2022 / 10:45 am

        But they can’t. The Florida kerfluffle was mostly about counting votes already cast and claiming they had been miscounted. They were so sure they had won, they thought the votes already in the hopper were all they needed. This was in the early days of election-rigging, and the tactics were kind of primitive:

        They developed a ballot that was a little confusing, and several days before the election hired a telephone marketing firm to call Dems who had already voted to tell them they had probably accidentally voted for Bush because of the way the (Dem-created) ballot was structured. This was designed to get hysterical calls placed by people horrified to think they might have voted for Bush. Not quite sure how it was supposed to change anything, though—-prompt a second election? Or just create chaos and conflict?

        They had the lapdog Agenda Media call the state for Gore though a large part of the state was still voting—Florida is in two time zones, and people who were in line to vote in the Central time zone just left when they heard the state had been called for Gore. No one knows how many Bush votes were lost there.

        I think they were surprised to see assertive Republicans refusing to be locked out of recounting rooms, and demanding to be part of every questionable call. I think this is where they failed. Remember the Dem hysterics when those suit-clad Republicans simply refused to be physically pushed out of the way and pushed back, going into the counting rooms? The shrill squealing about the “violent mobs’ of Republicans was really funny, given the video of the Left trying to physically push them out of the room. (We should be watching those videos to see how to deal with counting-room shenanigans.)

        But I think 2000 is when the Left realized it needed a more complex approach to vote-stealing. Controlling the counting is one thing, but controlling the ballots is much more important, as we see in the frantic refusals to allow physical examination of the actual ballots that were counted as valid votes. The strategy shifted to packing the boxes with as many ballots as possible, and then having people in place to accept them and quickly count them so they would be folded into the legitimate votes, making it impossible to sort them out. I don’t think they had gone that far back in 2000.

        You know what might be important? Physical examination of the ballots that were questioned because they were not folded (as a mailed-in ballot would have been) and appeared to be all pre-printed with the Biden vote filled in as if by a machine. The man who invented the QR code we now use daily, Jovan Pulitzer, said: When I started looking at ballots… I realized that everybody was speaking geek…It’s a real simple fact to prove that there was massive fraud in this election.

        …We can take the physical ballot, the image scan of the ballot in the machine, the CVR file in the machine, and I can even take a shredded bag of ballots and do what we do. I want everybody to understand these physical ballots from the election, when they go into the machine, it basically makes a duplicate copy. That’s your property as an American citizen. We own it for 22 months after the election. And so when these courts started saying, well you can’t look at it, I realized it was all technical smoke and mirrors, to fool judges, to fool lawyers, to say oh we can’t really do it. So let me tell you how easy it is…

        Then, of course, the video of his interview is taken off You Tube. But I remember seeing it, and came here to ask if it there really is metadata in scanned or printed documents to tell what machine was used. The answer was “yes”.

        There is literally no objective reason to keep investigators from seeing and handling the original pieces of paper treated as valid votes, if under scrutiny from observers from both parties and carefully recorded on video. Yet this simple step has not only been denied, it has been denied with great hysteria, and then we have been lied to and told that the ballots WERE, in fact, physically examined.

  2. Retired Spook November 26, 2022 / 9:34 am

    Musk is also growing disillusioned with the MSM, and that’s a good thing.

    It’s troubling, though, that it’s taken someone as intelligent as he is to reach that point.

  3. Cluster November 26, 2022 / 10:34 am

    The MSMers all say the same thing. It is a script

    This is something I have wondered about. They are coordinated, they use the same words and they repeat them ad nauseam. Question is – where does this directive come from??? I have a feeling this is globally coordinated. The Democrats, which include people like Mitch McConnell, Romney, etc., have sold their souls to the WEF, Klaus Schwab and the push towards a one world government. That is where their allegiance lies. In order to win the fight, you have to know who your enemy is, and right now, conservatives haven’t yet figured that out.

    NASA says we’ll live on the Moon by 2030.

    NO F****ING way. This is insane thinking. Just like those who think solar and wind can power our society, these people who think this, are nuts … and dangerous. Politicians can’t even properly govern large cities, so the thought of following these people to the moon is the definition of insanity.

    • Amazona November 26, 2022 / 10:47 am

      NASA says we’ll live on the Moon by 2030.

      Does this mean they’re going to stop using the agency to promote “diversity” and suck up to Muslims and actually start being a space agency again?

      Don’t hold your breath.

    • Amazona November 26, 2022 / 10:53 am

      The MSMers all say the same thing. It is a script

      I participate in a comments section and have started referring to a couple of posters as “scripters”. I think it’s making a difference, as the regurgitation of scripted narratives has dropped off a little. I suggest using this word every time any of the talking heads of the Agenda Media, and/or their sock puppets on blogs like this one or in comments sections, start regurgitating the same old same old.

    • Jeremiah November 26, 2022 / 6:08 pm

      2030 can’t get here soon enough. Then we can sip all the Democrats to the moon. Their politicians, voters, and media.

  4. Cluster November 26, 2022 / 11:41 am

    This guy is 100% right

    Floyd Brown: On Election Day… We had a complete disaster. Complete malfeasance in Election Day voting and literally thousands of people left the polls. Here in my neighborhood, there was a three-hour wait… Everyone out here knows Kari Lake won the election fair and square but they’re doing everything they can to be able to stop her from taking over as governor… Kari Lake is one of the most talented politicians or spokesmen for the MAGA movement, period. She is an unbelievably gifted communicator… It’s very vital Steve. The truth is if we don’t control Arizona there is no pathway for any Republican, I don’t care if it’s DeSantis or Trump or any other possible candidate. Without Arizona there is no path to winning the next presidency.

    They need AZ so it will be interesting to see what length they will go to. In my opinion, they will continue the steal until facing the business end of a Smith and Wesson. For the people who love “choice”, we need to present them with a choice – their life, or their communist ideology.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/11/cant-let-steal-floyd-brown-dont-care-desantis-trump-without-arizona-no-path-winning-next-presidency-video/

    • Retired Spook November 26, 2022 / 12:09 pm

      In my opinion, they will continue the steal until facing the business end of a Smith and Wesson.

      That IS the ultimate check and balance, but I’d be happy if we just started prosecuting cheaters and putting them in prison. Until there’s some sort of accountability, they’re not only going to continue to cheat, they’re going to kick it up a gear. Just like politicians (of both parties) have discovered in the last 40 years that spending trillions of dollars we don’t have has resulted in no accountability and no political damage. As much as I loved Ronald Reagan, he remains the only president in my lifetime, maybe ever, who tripled the national debt from $1 trillion to $3 trillion. Now it’s ten times that, and NO politician has EVER been held accountable or paid a political price.

      • Amazona November 26, 2022 / 1:05 pm

        I’d like to see an analysis of the Constitutional right for states to control their own elections, to see if there is room for a national standard to be applied. I think it becomes clearer with every election that there are elements making it easier to cheat, such as very early voting, lax enforcement of what rules do exist regarding identification and signatures and time of delivery of ballots, etc. and it would help a lot if we could have national standards that still allow states to run their own elections.

        Article I, Section 4, Clause 1:

        The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators.

        …………..

        Alexander Hamilton observed in the Federalist Papers that “Nothing can be more evident than that an exclusive power of regulating elections for the national government, in the hands of the State legislatures, would leave the existence of the Union entirely at their mercy.”

        Despite the Elections Clause providing Congress power to preempt state law governing elections, Congress did not exercise this power until 1842 when it passed a law requiring that Representatives be elected on a district basis. Congress subsequently added contiguity, compactness, and substantial equality of population to districting requirements.

        In the Court’s 1997 decision, Foster v. Love, the Supreme Court affirmed a lower court decision that, under the Elections Clause, federal law preempted a Louisiana statute governing congressional elections. The Foster Court noted that while states can prescribe regulations governing the Times, Places and Manner of holding elections, Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations. The Court stated:

        The [Elections] Clause is a default provision; it invests the States with responsibility for the mechanics of congressional elections but only so far as Congress declines to pre-empt state legislative choices. Thus, it is well settled that the Elections Clause grants Congress ‘the power to override state regulations’ by establishing uniform rules for federal elections, binding on the States. ‘The regulations made by Congress are paramount to those made by the State legislature; and if they conflict therewith, the latter so far as the conflict extends, ceases to be operative.’

        This covers elections for Congress but that’s a lot. It appears that the federal government can, in fact, impose certain electoral standards on Congressional elections and I can’t tell if this would apply to presidential elections. And I think it would be a hard sell for a state to then apply totally different standards to its internal elections, as for governor and statehouse.

      • Amazona November 26, 2022 / 1:54 pm

        So what simple changes could improve elections? I suggest:

        Absentee ballots for legitimate reasons only, and accompanied by strict regulations requiring identifying information, signatures and appropriate postmarks
        No voting prior to five days before Election Day, allowing for time to get ballots postmarked or delivered by those who for legitimate reasons can’t vote on the day itself.
        Any ballot filled out by a third party for someone in a hospital or nursing home must be witnessed by two people who sign affidavits attesting that the person voting had clearly indicated his or her choice on the ballot and was mentally competent to do so.
        No ballots accepted after midnight of Election Day
        Photo ID for in-person voting
        No tabulating machines can be connected in any way to any outside system
        All tabulating machines to be tested at random during the counting process and made available for five years after an election for further testing
        All ballots/envelopes to be kept for five years
        Original ballots must be made available for examination when an election is challenged
        Any recount must include verification of the legitimacy of a vote—merely recounting ballots that should not have been accepted is not adequate
        Rigid requirements for military voting to ensure that every military person stationed abroad is guaranteed to receive a ballot and that his or her vote will be counted, no matter what effect this might have on the outcome of any election. Military ballots to have different requirements regarding early submission and postmarks. (If anyone should be assured of the ability to vote it should be people who are on active duty for our nation, yet these people often fail to get ballots in time to vote, and/or don’t have those votes counted if statistical analysis says the votes can’t affect the final outcome.)

        In addition, voter registration rolls must be purged at least every five years, and death certificates must be cross-referenced with registration rolls.
        Change of address requests must be cross referenced with registration rolls
        No automatic voter registration when getting a drivers license or registering a vehicle

        To counter predicted howls of voter suppression, federal funding should be available to establish additional polling places and to provide transportation for those who need it.

        Make election day a federal holiday.

      • Mark Noonan November 26, 2022 / 2:14 pm

        You know, I hadn’t really looked into that – but I guess Congress does, indeed, have the power to intervene.

        Our trouble here will be on appearances – Democrats will always make out that their desires will make voting easier and get more people to vote: this will always be popular in the public mind. Our efforts would easily be cast by the MSM as attempts at restricting voting, and so bad. I do think we can get around this, but it would take something rock solid so that the people could see that our effort is based on making the vote valid.

        So, next GOP President forms a task force to investigate elections – and to make it fair, they’ll look into elections in some deep Red areas…but the real key is to have a look at elections in deep Blue areas. We know the fraud is going on – I am certain that in places like Chicago and Detroit, hardly anyone actually votes and the numbers are simply made up out of whole cloth – and if we can prove it and then push for national standards, we could win it. It wouldn’t take much anyways:

        1. No votes received after poll closing are valid. Not ever. It gets there by close of polls or it didn’t happen.

        2. Announce the total number of ballots received within 30 minutes of poll closing. This prevents any post-vote efforts to insert or remove ballots.

        3. All early votes are tabulated as they arrive, the numbers released as soon as the polls close.

        4. All votes must be counted within 24 hours of poll closing. If you can’t count it within 24 hours, then the vote didn’t happen. No more dragging this stuff out for a week or ten days as you try to figure out how to cheat. No more miraculous discovery of additional ballots which miracle of miracles provide just enough for the Democrat to win.

        That’s all we need, I think – notice that I didn’t ask for an ID or an end to early voting. The ID issue is entirely secondary to me and it would just gum up the works to include it. I’d like an outright ban on early voting, but I don’t think such a thing would be politically sustainable on the national level any time soon. But if I know when the voting stops, how many ballots there are when the voting stops and that I can wander freely through the counting rooms, I’ll have made it nearly impossible to cheat.

      • Amazona November 26, 2022 / 3:33 pm

        I like your suggestions, particularly the announcement of how many people have voted. I think some of the objections could be headed off. For example, we could offer to help people get photo IDs. That would be easier than arguing that everyone already has one, an argument that would lead to comments on needing one to get welfare payments which would just go off in another direction. But a campaign for EQUITY IN IDENTIFICATION by offering to help people get photo IDs might help divert some of this hysteria. Polling places established not by precinct but by disability for those needing special accommodations would be very kind–you get picked up, taken to the polling place which is set up to limit wait time, escorted if necessary, and taken home.

        We as a party never seem to anticipate problems and address them proactively. So we canvass neighborhoods to find out who has problems with voting, and find out what problems. Have a legitimate need for an absentee ballot? Then help fill out the application, then follow up to make sure it has been mailed. Have mobility problems? Then arrange for transportation. Don’t have a photo ID? Help get one. But don’t give up on restricting the scope of voting by pointing out problems. Anticipate the problems and address them.

        And start with explaining things. In poor neighborhoods with a lot of elderly and/or incapacitated people, have open houses where you have refreshments and explain the process. Here is where we could give examples for why early voting is not allowed—not enough information on the candidate, or the candidate died, etc. Here is where we tell people that we are protecting their votes and not letting them be stolen, by demanding that the voter prove who he is. Get ahead of the propaganda. For people who don’t get out much this would be a welcome change. So when the election comes around there are no surprises. At this level it would be OK to be partisan, but when it would come to transportation and so on it would have to be strictly nonpartisan—federally funded transportation with no campaigning allowed.

        Sounds like a lot of work? It would be. It would be a daunting task. But it would be an invaluable teaching tool for young people wanting to get involved in politics and it would make “grass roots” a meaningful phrase.

      • Mark Noonan November 26, 2022 / 6:53 pm

        Definitely get in there and talk to people – as I’ve said, my bet is that in the deepest Blue areas of cities, I doubt that many people actually vote. Why should they? It is a foregone conclusion! I’ll never forget that when they tried to audit the vote in Michigan in 2016 to prove the Russkies switched votes, they called it off because in the Detroit area, ballot box after ballot box was found to have vastly fewer votes than reported – and I’m not talking like 157 were reported and they found 143..it was like 157 reported and 10 were in the box! That didn’t make the national newscasts!

        Youngkin and Zeldin just showed that even regular GOPers – and both of those guys emerged from the GOPe! – can talk to and appeal to a wide cross-section of non-traditional GOP voters if you just go out and talk to them, find out what they want, and then offer to get it for them. The GOP fled the cities in the 1960’s and we’ve never gone back…for 60 years, the people there have been ground down under horrendously corrupt liberals with no alternative. Lets go talk – and even moving a D+50 urban area to D+40 gives us a good shot at State-wide races.

      • Cluster November 26, 2022 / 1:45 pm

        … the national debt from $1 trillion to $3 trillion. Now it’s ten times that, and NO politician has EVER been held accountable or paid a political price.

        Such a good point. Lack of accountability on a lot of levels is another reason why there is so much chaos.

  5. Retired Spook November 27, 2022 / 9:16 am

    If this doesn’t described where we’re at, I don’t know what does.

    • Amazona November 27, 2022 / 10:47 am

      We can’t even come out against slavery in China, while here at home some still want more lockdowns out of fear of the most deadly pathogen to ever exist in the history of the world–or out of desire for more power, take your pick

      • Cluster November 27, 2022 / 10:52 am

        And you’re right about that

        Controversial Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz slams her OWN paper for opposing Chinese COVID lockdowns – and claims the US is killing off ‘millions of vulnerable people’ by not locking down

  6. Cluster November 27, 2022 / 10:50 am

    After watching MSNBC once again obsess about Donald Trump this morning, isn’t it time we mock them for their obsession of one man?? Seriously, this obsession of theirs is diabolical and unhinged and it’s time we call them out on it. These are people who consider themselves to be “enlightened”, on the “right side of history”, and “inclusive”, yet one man completely owns them. They think we’re in the cult like trance over Trump?? LOL, they are in a cult like trance and their obsession is in full display every day in the complicit media.

    Time to feed and encourage their paranoia’s.

  7. Amazona November 27, 2022 / 10:57 am
    • Cluster November 27, 2022 / 11:41 am

      Lol so good

  8. Cluster November 28, 2022 / 8:59 am

    There are YUGE uprisings in China, Brazil, and Iran. People in China are uprising over the authoritarian regime and Covid lock downs. People in Iran are uprising over the authoritarian regime and womens rights, and the people in Brazil are uprising over a stolen election and the American government SAYS NOTHING.

    America no longer stands for democracy or a free people. Climate change and other Democrat policies have effectively lured left leaning American constituents into a soft form of communism complete with State sponsored censorship and thought crimes. And they support this because, well you know, Orange Man Bad. Hard to believe how the American government has used one man to install communism. There is still time to take this country back.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11476731/Why-violent-protests-spreading-China-Beijing-next.html

  9. Retired Spook November 28, 2022 / 2:23 pm

    Robert Malone has marvelous essay this morning about integrity.

  10. Cluster November 28, 2022 / 4:10 pm

    When the going gets tough, and press briefings include complicated statements and questions, the Biden regime replaces the black lesbian girl with a white binary man. Interesting.

    • Amazona November 29, 2022 / 11:02 am

      Arizona Laws 28-4153. False certification or affirmation; violation; classification; suspension; fees
      Current as of: 2022 |
      A. A person who makes a false certification or affirms falsely to any matter or thing required by section 28-4152 to be certified or affirmed is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

      I wonder what felony he is talking about

    • Retired Spook November 29, 2022 / 10:18 am

      An old military acronym comes to mind: FUBAR

      • Cluster November 29, 2022 / 10:23 am

        Democrats won’t stop until we get violent. Just saying. They’re counting on us being angry but complacent, and so far they’re correct.

      • Amazona November 29, 2022 / 6:06 pm

        I just keep remembering the so-called “violence” of the Republicans refusing to be pushed out of the counting rooms in the 2000 Florida election, and think that maybe it won’t take a very high level of violence to make a difference.

      • Amazona November 29, 2022 / 6:06 pm

        That one occurs to me more and more often lately

  11. Retired Spook November 29, 2022 / 11:09 am

    Karma’s a bitch (from Jeff Childers/Coffee & Covid)

    Don’t get me wrong. I would never celebrate the untimely end of someone’s time on this Earth, not in any way, not even when I say that sometimes, life serves up a special course of ultimate irony, as this next story perfectly illustrates. TownHall.com ran an article last week headlined, “D.C. Activist Who Pushed for City’s Soft-on-Crime Bill Shot and Killed.”

    Kelvin Blowe, 32, pictured below, served five years in prison for abducting a man and forcing him to withdraw money from an ATM in 2017. When Kelvin got out last year, he joined up with liberal nonprofit ‘DC Justice Lab,’ which advocates for rewriting DC’s criminal code, mainly to install lighter sentences and remove mandatory minimum sentences. Recently the DC Justice Lab was promoting a bill to further reduce DC’s already-lenient mandatory minimum sentences for gun offenders or felons possessing illegal weapons.

    Oddly, more lenient sentencing for illegal weapons possession is kind of crazy, when it’s coming from the same political team opposing owning guns at all. You’d think they would want harsher sentencing for illegal gun possession.

    So. Weird.

    Anyway, Kelvin was passionately working on the proposed new bill, and he testified personally in support at the City Council last December. Last week he was driving home with some co-workers at 5:30am, and got into a traffic accident. Kelvin got out of his car, walking toward the car that hit him, a stolen silver Lexus. A man jumped out of the Lexus, guns blazing, shot and killed Kelvin, and fled.

    No arrests have been made.

    Four HOURS later, the City Council unanimously voted and approved Kelvin’s bill to reduce sentencing minimums for illegal gun possession.

    So.

    Republicans in the House and the Senate dislike the bill. Representative Jame Comer (R-KY), ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, told Townhall that legislators would try to stop the bill from becoming law, that is if deranged DC Mayor Muriel Bowser actually signs it. The federal government has jurisdiction in DC.

    Sadly, Kelvin will never see the fruits of his passion, he won’t attend anymore city council meetings, and he definitely won’t kidnap anybody, since he’s now established underground somewhere. But at least we can be comforted knowing that the guy who shot Kelvin will get a lighter sentence, due in part to all of Kelvin’s diligent advocacy.

    It’s what Kelvin would have wanted.

    I agree with Jeff, I would never celebrate the death of someone who is technically an “innocent” victim, but the irony of this is just delicious.

    • Cluster November 29, 2022 / 11:58 am

      So when you allow criminals to be criminals, bad things happen. It’s a really simple life lesson that’s evidently lost on these geniuses. And keep in mind, these are the same people who think they can solve climate change and systemic racism.

      • Retired Spook November 29, 2022 / 12:08 pm

        I heard a great comment in the last day or two. The people who claim they can change the climate are the same people who can’t even stop telemarketers.

      • Cluster November 29, 2022 / 12:15 pm

        LOL

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