Open Thread

Lets get 2023 rolling the way you expect it!

We’ve got a couple “firsts” here. Over here in the USA we might be executing our firstly openly transgender person – the reality is that this murderer was looking for his way to dodge the hangman and “transgender” is, actually, a fairly clever ruse given how much attention it is getting…but as it looks like he really did cruelly murder his girlfriend (a real girl, btw) he’s likely to get whacked. As you know, I’m opposed to the death penalty – but this is an obvious dodge.

Our other first is the first openly non-binary vicar in the Church of England. The main thing about this story is that it at long last answers the question as to just why the Catholic Church used to burn heretics. That aside, what we’ve got is a guy who likely just found out that he liked homosexuality but only made this discovery after being married, having three kids and being about half way through vicar training…and this was his means of combining flying the freak flag, keeping the Missus to look after the kids and also stay employed as a vicar. The Church of England has long been a joke and this just kinda finishes it off.

We must stop treating obvious insanity or obvious cowardly dodges as other than what they are. Stop pretending that this is other than sick jokes. Now, don’t get me wrong: I have encountered some trans people who say they are perfectly happy as they are, don’t demand anyone change their views and are also opposed to things like drag queen story time. To me, they are adults who decided that that’s how they want to live and I have no reason to stick my nose into their business. This isn’t about being anti-trans…or anti anything except anti lunacy…and anti-con artist. The man saying “hey, I’m non-binary” because he wants to get with a guy while also staying married is a liar. A con artist. Someone working an angle. And if he’s not that, then he’s just insane. In neither case can we afford to bow to it…we start tolerating lies and insanity, and we’ll really be doomed. Call things what they are.

CBS’s 60 Minutes dredged up Paul Ehrlich – you know, the Population Bomb con artist – as an expert on how we’re all gonna die if we don’t give Commies all our money and liberty to appease the Weather God. They can do this because most people – especially young people – simply don’t know about the Population Bomb and how it was wrong in every particular. The MSM, you see, is never helpful in providing the track record of their approved Experts. So, now we’ll see a whole bunch of 20-somethings and we’ll have to spend weeks just telling them to look up the Population Bomb.

Looks like the Ukrainians whacked a significant number of Russians in the first major action of 2023. This war drags on – I doubt the Ukrainians can win an outright victory which pushes the Russians out of all Ukrainian territory. I doubt the Russians can take all of Ukraine. Part of it has to be the general feebleness of Europe. They’ve been breeding from the milksops since 1945, after all. The most physically and mentally energetic Europeans were largely killed between 1914 and 1945 – those left were those who were most determined to survive, rather than win. You know: cowards. But, hey, still not my problem: I hope they do make peace.

Why is Woke around? Because we’re paying 500k grand for a “equal outcomes” consultant. You get what you pay for: and what we pay for is what lobbyists get inserted into bills. Until we make a conscious effort to de-fund the Left, we’ll never stop this.

83 thoughts on “Open Thread

  1. Jeremiah January 2, 2023 / 10:12 pm

    Have you seen that video it’s called “Suddenly Died”?

    I just saw it today for the first time. I didn’t know that it had been out for two months already. It shows these embalmers giving their testimonies on the effects of the COVID vaccines, showing the different kinds of clots that form in the veins and arteries of the victims…and they can’t embalm them because they can’t get the fluid to go through for all the clots and protein fibers that have built up in there. It’s pretty blood curdling stuff.

    Like I say this is the first time I saw it, but if you haven’t already you should watch it, it will show the evidence, showing how evil globalists took advantage of the vaccines.

    I was directed to rumble, that’s where I watched it.

    • Retired Spook January 3, 2023 / 9:05 am

      It’s hard to know who to believe anymore.

      • Cluster January 3, 2023 / 9:14 am

        No it’s not. My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci

      • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 1:03 pm

        Health Feedback has been busy:

        Since 2021, (Charlie) Kirk has shared unverified reports of side effects allegedly caused by the COVID-19 vaccines, once saying that he wasn’t “anti-vaccine” in general, but that he was “against the mandating of the [COVID-19] vaccine.” He said that he chose not to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

        In a video posted on Facebook in October 2022 titled “Exposing What the Media Won’t Tell You About COVID Vaxx Side Effects,” Kirk claimed that the vaccines were developed “too fast” and were “rushed into market” without proper trials and checks.

        He also claimed that the COVID-19 vaccines have caused an “unusual spike in vaccine adverse events, in myocarditis, in heart-related issues.”

        This claim, as well as the previous one about vaccines being developed too quickly, was labeled as “misleading” by Health Feedback, a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to science education.

        So what is “misleading” about the statement that the drugs were “rushed into market” without proper trials and checks when it is common knowledge that the drug companies skipped major steps in getting the drugs approved, and that they have still not been approved?

        Sounds like Health Feedback is not just being misleading, they are lying. Ditto for their dismissal of the proven, statistical fact of “unusual spike in vaccine adverse events, in myocarditis, in heart-related issues.”

        (BTW, the insertion of the editorial comment that Kirk’s statements were “unverified” is just another example of Agenda Media journalistic malpractice, typical of Newsweek these days.

        The information on Kirk is part of a story about Adam Kinzinger having another of his overheated hyperemotional meltdowns, this time because Kirk posted what is evidently like only the most horrible thing ever said by anyone any time for any reason ever: This is a tragic and all too familiar sight right now: Athletes dropping suddenly. I’m surprised my keyboard didn’t burst into flames as I quoted it.

        Anyway, Adamita sobbed: “You are absolutely the biggest piece of human garbage that can possibly exist right now. I literally think you are done now,” Kinzinger wrote on Twitter. “Using this tragedy for your BS lies is sick.” Clearly the testosterone-deficient Kinzinger is also irony-deficient as well, being a perfect example of being “done now” after frantically and often hysterically trying to pass off a load of BS lies so unbelievable only a few bought into them.

        However, to be fair, he is in good company, as the responses to Kirk’s innocuous tweet are equally virulent.

      • Cluster January 3, 2023 / 1:16 pm

        This is a really weird human psyche phenomenon. I will note that this is not unlike what happened in 1930’s Germany. People were so invested on the altruistic goals of the SS that they willfully ignored any contradicting message. I will also note that that ignorance was their demise.

      • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 4:11 pm

        I think we would be giving these people way too much credit by saying they are invested in any altruistic goals. I think they are tribalists—they have their tribe and will gleefully savage anyone from any other tribe, or especially THE Other Tribe. So virtue signaling about the vax is part of the ideology and code of their tribe, and the slightest hint of any input that is not totally in line with that must be destroyed. And they thrive on the sheer nastiness they think this excuses.

      • Retired Spook January 3, 2023 / 9:50 am

        Karma’s a bitch if, indeed, the vaccine had anything to do with his heart failure.

        Nwaneri was an advocate of Covid vaccine and Covid passport. He demanded to imprison anyone who refused to take the shots.

      • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 11:12 am

        We see this all the time from the Left and its obedient little meat puppets—merely disagreeing with something magically morphs into “debunking” it.

    • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 11:03 am

      Oh, Casper, you sad pathetic easily-led sheep. “Debunked” is a word your masters use to describe “Disagree with” and you fall for it every time. This is the most shallow, superficial “analysis” of the film possible unless there is another one out there by Taylor Lorenz.

      What passes for “debunking” in Casper’s nearly empty head? Well, simply claiming that No evidence suggests that vaccines are causing a rise in mortality is an example. The sudden rise in deaths not attributable to Covid, in populations where these numbers have never been seen before, attested to by actuarial figures from various insurance companies, is simply dismissed. What’s that word the Left depends on to steer the thinking of its base? Oh, yes—“baseless”. As in Therefore, claims that they are used for depopulation are baseless.

      (Note the shift from addressing the actual meteoric rise in death rates to the claim the drugs are used “for depopulation” so the beloved term “baseless” can be applied. Here the manipulation consists of denying an asserted motive for the drugs —-though it was Covid itself suggested as this bioweapon, not the drugs—so the term can be used.)

      Then there is the use of another beloved term—“misinformation”—in attacking the messengers. They don’t provide data to dispute this “misinformation” but then, knowing their base, they know they don’t have to.

      The cherry-picking of what is “science” and what is not, by the Left and its mindless minions, is really kind of funny to watch. I notice the avoidance of data from Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor/discoverer of mRNA technology that is the basis of the new drugs. He is pro-vaccine in general but explains that the drugs being pushed so ardently by our government are not true vaccines. He gets all science-y in ways the Vaxx Cult can’t tolerate, so they either try to silence him (banning his tweets for example) or denigrating him as a reputable man of science. healthfeedback’s own website piously declaims “We believe it is scientists’ civic duty to better inform our fellow citizens in our area of expertise” yet when a real scientist like Dr. Malone tries to “better inform our fellow citizens in (HIS) area of expertise” he is either ignored or silenced.

      But getting past the clutter of competing ideas we get to the core question, which is what is behind the truly cultish passion for these still-experimental drugs?

  2. Cluster January 3, 2023 / 8:58 am

    I see Casper is doing his part as a loyal Pfizer patient. Good job Casper reminding us that despite thousands of sudden cardiac arrests in otherwise young healthy males, the vaccine is NOT to be blamed. And never mind that young NFL player that almost died last night.

    Get your booster!!!! Right Casper?

  3. Cluster January 3, 2023 / 9:29 am

    Aside from the vaccines, did y’all know that SSRI prescriptions are up over 400%?? Americans trust the health care profession and Big Pharma way too much.

    • Retired Spook January 3, 2023 / 10:02 am

      And then there’s this.

      • Cluster January 3, 2023 / 10:13 am

        Wow, everything is reaching insane levels. What the hell is wrong with people?

  4. Cluster January 3, 2023 / 9:51 am

    I’ve got a mask for you Casper lol. We are living through the most bizarre time in American history. I never thought people were this dishonest or this gullible.

    Zeke Emanuel said the Covid vaccines don’t work against the XBB 1.5 subvariant of Omicron so the only thing that reliably works are “really high quality masks.”

  5. Cluster January 3, 2023 / 10:22 am

    Fox just had a doctor on who was lying through his teeth claiming that Hamlin suffered from a “one in a million” shock to the heart as a result from the tackle which caused his heart to stop. THIS IS A LIE. It was a routine tackle that happens every weekend … don’t blame the sport, blame the vaccine. And thinking of that … how long before people start talking about how “dangerous football is”???? Note – the Buffalo Bills are 100% vaccinated team.

    I have communicated to one of the most experienced trainers in the world and we agree that it was a cardiac arrest in the setting of a big surge of adrenalin. If Damar Hamlin indeed took one of the COVID-19 vaccines, then subclinical vaccine-induced myocarditis must be considered in the differential diagnosis.

  6. Retired Spook January 3, 2023 / 10:58 am

    You don’t have to rely on questionable sources for information about vaccine injuries. All you have to do is follow prominent medical journals.


    Secondary analysis of serious adverse events reported in the placebo-controlled, phase III randomized clinical trials of Pfizer and Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccines in adults (NCT04368728 and NCT04470427), focusing analysis on Brighton Collaboration adverse events of special interest.


    Pfizer and Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccines were associated with an excess risk of serious adverse events of special interest of 10.1 and 15.1 per 10,000 vaccinated over placebo baselines of 17.6 and 42.2 (95 % CI −0.4 to 20.6 and −3.6 to 33.8), respectively. Combined, the mRNA vaccines were associated with an excess risk of serious adverse events of special interest of 12.5 per 10,000 vaccinated (95 % CI 2.1 to 22.9); risk ratio 1.43 (95 % CI 1.07 to 1.92). The Pfizer trial exhibited a 36 % higher risk of serious adverse events in the vaccine group; risk difference 18.0 per 10,000 vaccinated (95 % CI 1.2 to 34.9); risk ratio 1.36 (95 % CI 1.02 to 1.83). The Moderna trial exhibited a 6 % higher risk of serious adverse events in the vaccine group: risk difference 7.1 per 10,000 (95 % CI –23.2 to 37.4); risk ratio 1.06 (95 % CI 0.84 to 1.33). Combined, there was a 16 % higher risk of serious adverse events in mRNA vaccine recipients: risk difference 13.2 (95 % CI −3.2 to 29.6); risk ratio 1.16 (95 % CI 0.97 to 1.39).

    Now, you DO have to rely on alternative news sources for the links to the legitimate scientific studies, because the agenda media won’t publish that information.

    • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 11:18 am

      Also—if these drugs are so safe, why are they still operating under their Emergency Use authorization? (Hint: No doubt because the EUA protects them from liability for damages caused by the drugs. They seem to think this legal protection is very important. Why? And why does our government give them cover for this?) If they are so safe why haven’t the companies gone ahead and done the large-scale randomized testing other drugs (ie: drugs not promoted and paid for by Joe Biden) are required—REQUIRED—-to undergo?

      And why do they depend on lying? We are still being told the drugs prevent contracting the disease, when it has been proved that they don’t. We are told that they reduce the severity of the illness when it is contracted, though there is absolutely none of their beloved “science” to support the guess that “it would have been a lot worse without this drug”.

      • Cluster January 3, 2023 / 11:35 am

        The manufactured virus and the vaccine accomplished three goals; remove Trump from office, test the compliance level of the population, and make a lot of money. And all three goals were achieved spectacularly so they will continue to “debunk” the truth.

      • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 1:04 pm

        Well said

      • fieldingclaymore January 4, 2023 / 11:02 am

        It also killed one million Americans.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 12:51 pm

        Let’s just tamp down that smugness about the death toll of the virus until a real investigation shows how many could have been saved if politics had not shut down life-saving therapeutics and gotten rid of doctors who were remarkably successful in treating the virus.

        Whose politics? Why, Leftist politics of course

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 12:59 pm

        And who manufactured it? Saint Fauci, for one, handsomely paid by US taxpayers.

      • fieldingclaymore January 4, 2023 / 1:10 pm

        I thought it was the CCP in conjunction with Fauci and the Clintons.

      • fieldingclaymore January 4, 2023 / 2:01 pm

        I am looking forward to the COVID investigation. Once the GOP caucus can get its act together. I am sure old Gym Jordan will get to the bottom of it tout suite.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 6:56 pm

        “Gym Jordan”—-what passes for wit, evidently, in your tribe. In the real world, it doesn’t even qualify as half-witted.

  7. Amazona January 3, 2023 / 11:46 am

    You know what’s, like, really science-y? Following the data.

    Let’s say that (for example) there is a sudden rash of healthy young male athletes dropping dead of sudden onset heart problems.

    One might think that the self-proclaimed “Party of Science” (except for gender science and the humanity of the unborn, but I digress) would be just a teeny bit curious to see if these incidents are, somehow, related. You know, the way disease vectors are traced.

    And if it were to turn out that these athletes, as well as the physically fit commercial and military pilots having the same kinds of sudden cardiac events, had anything in common this might be recognized as significant.

    But not to the Left. On the Left, all its energies are devoted to explaining why these incidents are (1) meaningless, (2) irrelevant, (3) unconnected in absolutely ANY way and (4) people reporting on them are wacky conspiracy theorists

  8. Cluster January 3, 2023 / 12:06 pm

    Not once in the over 100 years of professional football has a player had a heart attack as a result of a tackle. Yet two years after government enforced experimental vaccinations, many people are wondering today – “geez I wonder what happened”.

    • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 12:27 pm

      I do know that a sharp hit to the chest in that microsecond of a heartbeat cycle where it can be disrupted can cause the heart to just stop beating. But in a case where the person has immediate care, as a football player has, it’s hard to understand why this would result in him remaining in critical condition. If the electrical cycle of the heartbeat is merely interrupted it would seem that getting the heart started again, especially in an athlete, would solve the problem. His ongoing condition seems to indicate a much bigger problem.

      But wondering what happened seems to make you/us conspiracy theorists. Or insurrectionists.

      • Cluster January 3, 2023 / 1:19 pm

        If hard tackles resulted in heart attacks, Lawrence Taylor would be in prison for multiple murders. LOL

        Taylor is the greatest defensive player of all time.

  9. Amazona January 3, 2023 / 2:35 pm

    If I remember correctly, the chest has to be hit over the heart with a sharp blow at the exact moment the heart is in a very specific phase. Most of these injuries are when a ball hits a player in the chest. A few years ago there was a story of a man who had heard of the portable defibrillators and bought one. He was at a high school game when a girl got hit in the chest by a ball and her heart stopped and by getting the defibrillator out of his car and letting it go through its automatic prompts they quickly got her heart started again.

    I didn’t see the tackle but it seems that any impact to the chest of the tackler would not be likely to be in the right spot to interfere with the electrical sequence of the heartbeat.

    What is most interesting about this story is the frenzied response of Leftists. Even asking about the nature of the problem is enough to get the hate and venom spurting out and it’s downright creepy. These people seem to live so close to the precipice of insanity that any excuse to indulge is enough.

    • Retired Spook January 3, 2023 / 3:34 pm

      It wasn’t that hard of a hit.

      • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 4:07 pm

        It looked like the hard hit—the collision hit—was to his shoulder. Certainly he might have taken a secondary hit to the chest from the helmet of the other player when they went down but it was kind of slo-mo by then as he rolled over the other guy. Even so, the tachycardia brought on by interrupting the electrical sequence of the heartbeat should not have resulted in so much ongoing damage.

      • Cluster January 3, 2023 / 5:23 pm

        Routine tackle. And here medical professionals are trying to sell us the notion that it was a “one in a billion” hit that struck just at the right millisecond at just the right place in the chest. And these are the same people who told you the vaccines were effective. I may have been born at night … but it wasn’t last night.

  10. Amazona January 3, 2023 / 2:41 pm

    Did you know there is actually a bank named “Climate First Bank”?

    (AKA “My Business Last Bank”)

  11. Cluster January 3, 2023 / 5:27 pm

    So as I type this, Hakim Jeffries is leading to become speaker of the house. Do you think Republicans still represent conservatives? And do you think your vote counts? Those days are gone folks

    • Retired Spook January 3, 2023 / 6:19 pm

      There’s no way Jeffries gets to 218, but it’s going to be interesting.

  12. Retired Spook January 3, 2023 / 7:10 pm

    Great sign:

    • Cluster January 3, 2023 / 7:23 pm

      GREAT sign

    • Amazona January 3, 2023 / 7:45 pm

      Dr. Malone has a reasonable thought or two about this heart attack

      • Cluster January 4, 2023 / 9:48 am

        That was an excellent article

  13. Cluster January 3, 2023 / 8:28 pm

    When did you start working for Pfizer? Read the article Spook linked too. Here’s an excerpt

    My friends Edward Dowd and Gavin de Becker have written an excellent book documenting the pattern of people dying suddenly. The pattern of myocarditis in young men after vaccination is reproducible and known. Prevalence of clinical myocarditis post vaccination in young men is around 1/3000 – with a lot of variability between studies. A study from Thailand showed extremely high rates of sub-clinical damage in young men.

    • fortyacresbeyond January 3, 2023 / 10:42 pm

      I provided death statistics for 2019, 2020, and 2021. Nothing to do with Pfizer. Do you dispute them? Happy to move on once we have agreement on the most basic of statistics.

      • Mark Noonan January 4, 2023 / 12:55 am

        Of course we dispute them – you really need to come around to understanding that all institutions have burned their credibility. Nothing official is to be taken at face value. Ever.

        All we can do in the face of the death stats and the word on the vaccine is throw up our hands – we have no idea; and likely nobody really does. We do know that masks and social distancing was drivel but we can determine that by personal experience (most of us) by now. As for the rest of it…we may never know in our lifetimes what really happened.

        There was an interesting thread on Twitter earlier to day where a Politifact “fact checker” was looked into – the first thing reviewed was the fact checkers credentials. None. Zero. Zilch. Just a writer – no particular expertise in anything. But this person was set to fact checking Covid claims. Next thing was to review something that the fact checker said was false…the only trouble was the fact checkers own website was the source of the claim.

        But that is how it is done these days – the Ruling Class selects a Current Thing for everyone to care about, and then sets a Narrative for how it is to be treated…and then simply pays people to lie about it. The Ukraine War is just one of the latest and most amazing examples of this…a hopelessly corrupt, feckless Ukraine which had 8 years to prepare gets attacked by a Russia which was pretty much given the green light by Biden Admin weakness…and all of a sudden the Kleptocrat-in-Chief of Ukraine is elevated to god-like status, the Ukrainian army is invested with mythic powers and EVERYONE must “stand with Ukraine” or be a Russian stooge/traitor. And this presented to an American population which not one in a thousand could have picked out Ukraine on a map before the war started (of course, the built-in ignorance of our people is part of the program: people who don’t know basic history, geography and science are easily bamboozled).

        We’ve been fed a steady diet of lies for decades – really nearly a century if you consider the lies the FDR Admin said about the New Deal and then paid the MSM to go along with it (after all, without government support, a lot of the MSM would have died right there in the 1930’s…government contracts to advertise did wonders to keep the chorus singing FDR’s praises). Nothing of what is in the Narrative really stands up to scrutiny.

        For instance: nothing can take away the heroism of the boys who landed at Normandy (one of whom was my maternal grandfather) but when you sit there and look at the situation and where both Allied and Axis forces were and what capabilities were available, you’re left wondering, “why in hell Normandy?”. It didn’t lead anywhere. It threatened no vital German strategic position (which is why it was the least-defended part of the north French coast). Why go there when, sure the Pas de Calais was a tougher nut but a breakthrough there gets you into the heart of Germany in about two weeks…while a breakthrough in Normandy, was we can see, just got us to Belgium in 8 weeks. If you were scripting an Allied move to keep us away from Germany and central Europe, Normandy fit the bill. Who came up with the idea? It is never really said…somewhere inside the Anglo-American staff system it came up, “Normandy”. Even though with absolute Naval supremacy and aerial superiority, we were going to get ashore anywhere we wanted at any time…heck, Normandy wasn’t nearly as well defended, yard for yard of front, as Tarawa or Iwo Jima…but once you have absolute command of the seas and skies, you can do whatever you want…it just becomes a matter of time and firepower. But, Normandy…and we’re supposed to call it brilliant.

        Just one in a thousand things which, once you think about them, makes you go, “huh?”.

      • fortyacresbeyond January 4, 2023 / 1:13 am

        “Of course we dispute them – you really need to come around to understanding that all institutions have burned their credibility. Nothing official is to be taken at face value. Ever.”

        So you’re gonna stick with John Stockton, I guess.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 10:12 am

        Why are you picking out John Stockton? Why are you ignoring Dr. Robert Malone, Jeff Childers, Steven Kirsch, insurance company actuarial tables, Good Sciencing, etc. in favor of the government agency that told us face diapers would protect us from Covid then that they wouldn’t then that they would then that they would if we stacked them up then that they wouldn’t and so on? The same government agency that assured us that some experimental drugs would keep us from catching Covid then that they wouldn’t then that they wouldn’t but would keep us from spreading it then that we could spread it anyway and so on? The government agency that has given us so many versions of “fact” and been wrong every time, while steadfastly working to enrich the drug companies while equally steadfastly overlooking the fact that the drugs they have been pushing are still experimental, have never been fully tested, and have had test results faked?

        And why do you care?

      • Mark Noonan January 5, 2023 / 4:41 am

        No: I’ll stick with my own knowledge (which is pretty extensive – part of the benefit of having a mathematician for a father, a physicist for a mother and a massive private library of books covering every subject under the Sun). When something comes at me, I’ll look at what is being asserted and bounce it against what I already know…and I will consider the source. If it is the CDC telling me something…well, they’re urging teachers to use gender-neutral language as if that bit of lunacy actually helps anyone. So, you know: clearly there are people at CDC who are insane, and/or stupid and they remain employed, which means that the CDC is run by people who are insane, and/or stupid. This doesn’t make me place a lot of faith in what the CDC says (you know: if I had insane and/or stupid employees, I’d terminate them – rather forthwith. No talk. No ask for an explanation – you say something insane or stupid: out ya go).

        I really do hope, Forty, that one day you’ll start to really ponder things…trust me, I know it is embarrassing to realize you’ve been conned. I was, too! I used to trust lots of things – the FBI…the GOP Leadership…the American Medical Association. And I further realize that the people running the show are largely your ideological allies and that makes it even harder for you to break away…but, honestly, do you really think there was any constituency demanding the Michelle Obama Trail? Not saying that a trail is a bad thing – nor am I saying there shouldn’t be a trail, as such. But what sort of person allows a monument to be built to themselves while they are alive? An insane narcissist, that’s who. There’s no way around it. If I found out that someone was appropriating money for the Mark Noonan Trail, I’d be burning up the phone lines telling them to knock that sh** off…even if I was a genuine American hero (which I am not – and neither is Michelle Obama). I’d refuse to allow my name to be lent to such a project because I’m not an insane narcissist. And, furthermore, you just gotta know – even if you won’t admit it to us – that the money is going to be shoveled over to some company or group which is connected to the Obama’s and this is the way past or future favors are paid for.

        But in the dark of the night, when you’re by yourself – please, ask: is this what you really want? Is this the America you hope for?

      • Cluster January 4, 2023 / 9:36 am

        Forty is an apparatchik. Loyal to a government that demands his allegiance and he responds dutifully by demanding that we all agree on State controlled statistics before “moving on”. This is how the Left operates. Agree to their premise before any debate can take place.

        Our premise is that our current government has lied about everything, so we trust nothing until they earn that trust back. Got it?

        Now wear your mask and go f**k yourself.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 10:15 am

        forty is an odd little duck, so arrogant in his sense of entitlement to come here and lecture us on how stupid, misguided, and wrong we are on everything while supporting a political movement which has not only never been right about anything but which has always resulted in economic misery, loss of liberty and the deaths of tens or hundreds of millions of people.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 12:57 pm

        Nothing to do with Pfizer. ??

        Really? And you know this—-how? Since when are the basic “heart disease” data filtered to make sure none were the result of taking Pfizer experimental drugs? Wouldn’t that be a good “basic statistic”?

      • fortyacresbeyond January 4, 2023 / 3:49 pm

        “Nothing to do with Pfizer. ??

        Really? And you know this—-how? Since when are the basic “heart disease” data filtered to make sure none were the result of taking Pfizer experimental drugs? Wouldn’t that be a good “basic statistic”?”

        So you obviously read my comment before you deleted it.

        I posted the number of deaths caused by heart disease in 2019, 2020 and 2021. There was no Pfizer vaccine in 2019 and 2020. I don’t know why these numbers scare you. Seems like this would be a good starting point if you want to follow the data, which is what you said you wanted to do.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 6:46 pm

        “I” deleted what?

        Oh, I forgot, I am the Boss of Everything.

        So instead of you whining “white people made me fat” your whine is “Amazona made me such an insufferable dick even the internet can’t stand to have me around”.

        OK. I’m good with that

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 6:55 pm

        What IS it with you people? You attribute all sorts of wackadoo motives and reactions to us as if—-well, as if we were Liberals. Now it’s that CDC numbers “scare” us.

        OK, there might be a tiny nugget of accidental truth in there—-there IS something scary about a government agency run by unelected political appointees having the scope of power the CDC has assumed. But realizing that they lie, and invent things, is hardly being AFRAID of what they come up with.

        If there is any fear out there, it is theirs and related to what might come out in a real investigation. Things like what did the agency do with the billions of dollars of taxpayer money they got handed to them, how deeply involved with gain of function research were they and why, why they didn’t demand better testing of experimental drugs before pushing them onto the public by lying about their ability to prevent contracting Covid, etc.

        I just look at their numbers and realize they have the same credibility as the wildly fluctuating mask claims, the wildly fluctuating “vaxx” claims, the denial of “vaxx” damage, etc. I suggest that the best “starting point” is realizing how deeply invested the CDC is in covering up the harm done to the public by its reckless and possibly illegal acts.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 7:49 pm

        What is your response to the statements by Dr. Robert Malone, the man who invented the mRNA concept the “vaccines” are based on? He has had several very detailed articles about how these drugs work, and how they have long-term effects multiplied by the number of doses taken.

        If you are a serious person defending the drugs then you must have read and analyzed his observations and explanations. What are your conclusions?

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 7:54 pm

        So you obviously read my comment before you deleted it.

        I based my comment on this, which is a post clearly still on the blog.

        I provided death statistics for 2019, 2020, and 2021. Nothing to do with Pfizer. Do you dispute them?

      • Cluster January 4, 2023 / 3:59 pm

        So you’re saying the aggregate of heart disease deaths does not support the increase in diagnosis’s of myocarditis deaths? So Pfizer’s off the hook. And this is suppose to “scare us” (interesting choice of words)

        Now let’s use that analysis and logic and apply it to climate change. There is zero aggregate data that supports man made CO2 emissions and climate change. So I guess my question is, why do those numbers scare you? LOL, you’re so child like.

      • fortyacresbeyond January 4, 2023 / 7:46 pm

        “So you’re saying the aggregate of heart disease deaths does not support the increase in diagnosis’s of myocarditis deaths?”

        No. I said this: Per the CDC, in 2019 (the year before COVID) the leading cause of death in the United States was heart disease with 659,041 deaths (23.1% of all deaths). In 2020 (first year of COVID, no vaccine) the leading cause of death was also heart disease with 696,962 deaths (20.6% of all deaths). In 2021 (second year of COVID, first year of vaccines) heart disease was again the leading cause of death, but less than 2021, with 693,021 deaths (20.0% of all deaths).

        That seems like a basis from which to start if you are truly interested in following the data.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 8:01 pm

        Here are some data. Follow it.

        “The head of Indianapolis-based insurance company OneAmerica said the death rate is up a stunning 40% from pre-pandemic levels among working-age people.
        “We are seeing, right now, the highest death rates we have seen in the history of this business – not just at OneAmerica,” the company’s CEO Scott Davison said during an online news conference this week. “The data is consistent across every player in that business.”

        OneAmerica is a $100 billion insurance company that has had its headquarters in Indianapolis since 1877. The company has approximately 2,400 employees and sells life insurance, including group life insurance to employers in the state.

        Davison said the increase in deaths represents “huge, huge numbers,” and that’s it’s not elderly people who are dying, but “primarily working-age people 18 to 64” who are the employees of companies that have group life insurance plans through OneAmerica.

        “And what we saw just in third quarter, we’re seeing it continue into fourth quarter, is that death rates are up 40% over what they were pre-pandemic,” he said.
        “Just to give you an idea of how bad that is, a three-sigma or a one-in-200-year catastrophe would be 10% increase over pre-pandemic,” he said. “So 40% is just unheard of.””

        So, what is driving this unprecedented surge in all-cause mortality?

        “Most of the claims for deaths being filed are not classified as COVID-19 deaths, Davison said. “What the data is showing to us is that the deaths that are being reported as COVID deaths greatly understate the actual death losses among working-age people from the pandemic. It may not all be COVID on their death certificate, but deaths are up just huge, huge numbers.”

        IF this holds true, then the genetic vaccines so aggressively promoted have failed, and the clear federal campaign to prevent early treatment with lifesaving drugs has contributed to a massive, avoidable loss of life.

        AT WORST, this report implies that the federal workplace vaccine mandates have driven what appear to be a true crime against humanity. Massive loss of life in (presumably) workers that have been forced to accept a toxic vaccine at higher frequency relative to the general population of Indiana.

        FURTHERMORE, we have also been living through the most massive, globally coordinated propaganda and censorship campaign in the history of the human race. All major mass media and the social media technology companies have coordinated to stifle and suppress any discussion of the risks of the genetic vaccines AND/OR alternative early treatments.

        Not Covid or Covid-related. In a population very likely to have been required by employers to take the drugs. Conclusive on its own? No. But surely leading to more examination of other accounts of early/unexplained deaths.

        Unless, of course, this might not comply with the narrative.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 8:43 pm

        More to think about, regarding the heart issues of Damar Hamlin.

        The last thing we heard was that the unfortunate NFL player has now been attached to ECMO.
        According to Wikipedia, ECMO is used to give “prolonged cardiac and respiratory support to persons whose heart and lungs are unable to provide an adequate amount of gas exchange or perfusion to sustain life.” The machine works via a blood tube inserted into the heart, which draws blood out, artificially oxygenates the blood, and then pumps it back in with a second tube. This technique is often used when ventilation alone cannot sustain blood oxygenation levels.

        This does not sound at all consistent with the usual pattern of a heart returning to normal if quickly defibrillated to restore natural rhythm. This sounds like major irreversible damage.

        The same experts pushing the commotio cordis hypothesis are the same ones who dismissed myocarditis deaths as “ultra-rare” and were the first ones to bark “no evidence!” at any jab-injury hypothesis.

        Dr. Peter McCullough — a top CARDIAC SPECIALIST — initially considered the possibility, but after he examined the film, ruled out commotio cordis. The injury is always caused by a small hard trauma, such as from a baseball, a hockey puck, or a fist. It is almost always seen in young people or folks without protective padding. And when it does happen, it immediately stops the heart.

        But here, Hamlin was tackled from the side, not the front. No small blunt force is in evidence; the argument would be it was a shoulder, but that is not seen in the film. Most significantly, before Hamlin collapsed, he stood up and took several steps, which would have been nearly impossible for someone with a stopped heart to do. Finally, the commotio cordis hypothesis cannot explain why Hamlin’s heart was not quickly restarted by CPR or defibrillation, or why he remains in a coma.

        What the pro-jab experts WANT to say, but can’t, is that the NFL medical team messed up Hamlin’s resuscitation and further injured him somehow. That would massively defame the medical team, which is one reason why the so-called ‘experts’ don’t want to have the debate right now.

        Do you see the sad irony? The same experts who leaned into “ultra rare” to dismiss jab injuries are now embracing a true “ultra-rare” theory to explain away the more likely possibility. ‘Hypocrites’ is too mild a word.

        Using a lawyer’s analysis, I’ve concluded vaccines are literally much more likely to have been the cause of injury, for several reasons. First, even criminal Pfizer, deep-state Moderna, and the captured FDA were all reluctantly forced to concede that myocarditis — heart inflammation and damage — is a KNOWN SIDE EFFECT of the jabs. It is THE most commonly-known side effect, in fact.

        Second, who does jab-induced myocarditis most often affect? Why, young men just like Damar Hamlin. Study after study after study confirms this. Young men like Hamlin are MOST at risk of that injury. Very recently, Florida completed its own study, with findings consistent with all the other ones.

        Finally, regular readers are already aware of the recent worldwide epidemic of athletes dropping during play JUST LIKE Hamlin did. You’ve seen the videos. In the majority of those other cases, no trauma was involved. I’m not saying it proves something. But the other identical-seeming cases should give doctors a HINT. Maybe it’s a clue of some kind. You never know.

        So, on the one hand you have this ultra-rare type of injury that’s never happened before in 100 years of NFL play, which doesn’t fit well with the facts, and requires special pleading to explain inconvenient facts like how Hamlin stood up after the hit, was hard to revive, why he re-coded at the hospital, why he was unable to breathe on his own, or how his chest pads didn’t sufficiently diffuse any trauma ruling out the type of focused strike needed to stop his heart.

        On the other hand, you have the MOST COMMON jab injury in the MOST COMMON age cohort in a fully and recently-jabbed individual. At this point, any doctor who prefers commotio cordis to an adrenaline-triggered jab injury is a doctor that can’t do math and has no business diagnosing anybody.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 8:48 pm

        But….but…THE CDC !!!”

      • fortyacresbeyond January 4, 2023 / 10:31 pm

        Thank you for pointing out that article. You didn’t provide a link, but I see that it is from early January 2022—about a year ago.

        Per the mortality data at the CDC, in 2020 (before the vaccines) we saw significant increases in deaths attributed to heart disease, stroke and diabetes, in addition to the 350,831 attributed to COVID-19. The provisional 2021 data shows the same. This doesn’t mean that the vaccines have failed, or that the vaccines were the cause of significant increases in deaths. The article you cited does not show this.

        I’m all for a continuing examination of causes of death. After all, science is based on doing exactly that. But your article doesn’t provide data one way or the other regarding whether the vaccine is causing deaths, or even if the vaccine is ineffective at preventing deaths. Even the insurance executive you quoted does claim this. In fact, he said:

        “CDC data indicates that 65% of 3Q excess deaths can be directly attributed to COVID,” Davison said. “Our own claims data is consistent with that as well. Based on the data and our analysis, we believe that a significant portion of the remaining excess deaths are driven by deferred medical care and individuals who recover from COVID but later die from the toll COVID has taken on their bodies.”

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 11:07 pm

        Well, there’s data analysis and then there’s pure speculation—what we call “guessing”. In that category we find someone guessing that people who didn’t die from Covid, or even with Covid, must have had it and it must have taken a terrible toll on their bodies and that must have led to their early deaths.

        Covid here, Covid there, Covid Covid everywhere.

        It’s like the guess that if someone gets the jab and then gets Covid, well, it would have been a lot worse without the jab.

        You say that something-or-other “doesn’t mean the vaccines have failed”. I wonder how you define “failed” as they don’t keep people from getting sick. That seems like a pretty good definition of “failed” to me.

        You seem deeply invested in defending the drug and those who push it. And you get to do that. You get to defend it, you get to line up and get jabbed every year or twice a year or whatever you are told you are supposed to do. That’s fine. But to do so means carefully editing your sources and completely ignoring the vast amount of data showing serious injuries and deaths due to these drugs. If I thought you are a serious person with the integrity to accept things that contradict your chosen narrative, I might go back and dig out the articles about the many many instances of mostly young fit men dropping dead of heart failure, the scientific essays on how the drugs work and how this is a blueprint for destroying the immune system, etc. But the thing is, all of this information has been available for years, and you have not only chosen to ignore it, you have chosen to come here and lecture us on the validity of your chosen narrative.

        So I don’t think you are a serious person, or that you have the integrity to honestly evaluate information that is not already part of you chosen viewpoint.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 11:11 pm is interesting

      • fortyacresbeyond January 4, 2023 / 11:47 pm

        Well, there’s data analysis and then there’s pure speculation—what we call “guessing”. In that category we find someone guessing that people who didn’t die from Covid, or even with Covid, must have had it and it must have taken a terrible toll on their bodies and that must have led to their early deaths.

        Someone guessing? It’s the exact same person that spoke in the excerpt you quoted. Did you not notice that the name is the same—Davison?

        You say that something-or-other “doesn’t mean the vaccines have failed”.

        I was using the wording from the excerpt that you posted.

        “I wonder how you define “failed” as they don’t keep people from getting sick.”

        Maybe you should have thought about that before you posted your comment. I’m starting to think you didn’t really read what you posted, but merely posted it because you thought it supported your position regarding COVID and vaccines.

      • Amazona January 5, 2023 / 12:01 pm

        Maybe you should have thought about that before you posted your comment. I’m starting to think you didn’t really read what you posted, but merely posted it because you thought it supported your position regarding COVID and vaccines.

        Oh. Meeeowww! Go get yourself a nice saucer of milk and calm down! Then you can do an Honesty Audit on your post and admit the phrase “I’m starting to think…” really means “I’m searching for something to snark about”.

        As you know, given your obsession with this blog, I usually do post links. For some reason this link didn’t, well….link. However, careful reading of my post indicates that the Davison quotation is taken from a larger article, so I went back and found this: Life insurance deaths up 40% – Dr. Robert Malone’s chilling analysis (VERRRY carefully linked, to avoid further agitation).

        Here….I’ll walk you through it, so you don’t get lost in the weeds again. From the beginning:

        According to the CEO of OneAmerica, a national life insurance corporation headquartered in Indiana, deaths are up 40% in the third quarter of 2021. These deaths are primarily non-COVID deaths among workers aged 18 through 64.

        Scott Davidson sounded the alarm in a business conference call to his industry brethren.


        Dr. Robert Malone, chief architect of the mRNA vaccine technology commented on these findings in a TrialSite News Op-Ed which came from his Substack article. It is republished below.

        What if the largest experiment in human history is a failure?

        ~ By Dr. Robert Malone

        Dr. Malone discusses some personal experiences and then writes:

        But I am wandering from a point that I am afraid to clearly state.

        It is starting to look to me like the largest experiment on human beings in recorded history has failed. And, if this rather dry report from a senior Indiana life insurance executive holds true, then Reiner Fuellmich’s “Crimes against Humanity” push for convening new Nuremberg trials starts to look a lot less quixotic and a lot more prophetic.

        Here is what lit me up in this report from The Center Square contributor Margaret Menge.

        Here he quotes from the article about Mr. Davison’s speech, which I also quoted verbatim as it appeared in Dr. Malone’s article. Then the Davison quote ended and Dr. Malone continued, after suggesting that his reader read the entire cited article. Which I did.

        AT A MINIMUM, based on my reading, one has to conclude that if this report holds and is confirmed by others in the dry world of life insurance actuaries, we have both a huge human tragedy and a profound public policy failure of the US Government and US HHS system to serve and protect the citizens that pay for this “service.”

        IF this holds true, then the genetic vaccines so aggressively promoted have failed, and the clear federal campaign to prevent early treatment with lifesaving drugs has contributed to a massive, avoidable loss of life.

        AT WORST, this report implies that the federal workplace vaccine mandates have driven what appear to be a true crime against humanity. Massive loss of life in (presumably) workers that have been forced to accept a toxic vaccine at higher frequency relative to the general population of Indiana.

        FURTHERMORE, we have also been living through the most massive, globally coordinated propaganda and censorship campaign in the history of the human race. All major mass media and the social media technology companies have coordinated to stifle and suppress any discussion of the risks of the genetic vaccines AND/OR alternative early treatments.

        IF this report holds true, there must be accountability. We are not just talking about running over the first amendment of the Constitution of the United States and grinding it into the mud with an army of artificial intelligence-powered heavy infantry. This article reads like a dry description of an avoidable mass casualty event caused by a mandated experimental medical procedure.

        One for which all opportunities for the victims to have become self-informed about the potential risks have been methodically erased from both the internet and public awareness by an international corrupt cabal operating under the flag of the “Trusted News Initiative”. George Orwell must be spinning in his grave.

        I hope I am wrong. I fear I am right.

        I don’t usually quote entire articles, but as I am dealing with you here it’s obvious that there can’t be spaces between the dots and they must be fully connected for you to be able to follow along.

        Now….where does anyone, whether MR. Davison or DR. Malone, make the guess that the non-Covid deaths were caused by the ravages of a former Covid infection?

      • fortyacresbeyond January 5, 2023 / 2:46 pm

        Back to your old tricks of using this venue to attack conservatives. The pretense of engaging in discussion is always thin and quickly discarded. This is why you are always dismissed.


  14. Amazona January 3, 2023 / 8:29 pm

    Sometimes the Comments sections are worth reading. Such as the response to the whiny snowflake who posted a photo of a round face with the whimper “White people made me fat” and the immediate comeback: ” How many did you eat?”

  15. Retired Spook January 4, 2023 / 10:01 am

    I think this is something you’re going to see a lot more of in 2023: large numbers of freedom-loving individuals contributing small amounts of money to people and organizations whose sole purpose is exposing the truth. From Coffee & Covid:

    MULTIPLIER UPDATE: Our Libs of TikTok multiplier has now raised over $100,000 for the targeted social media activist in a few days’ time. Great job! This is what we can do, working together, each pitching in an easily-affordable amount that none of us could have afforded, by ourselves.

    Libs of TikTok might be the best example of the power of one. Its author has completely changed the national conversation just by re-publishing lunatic leftists’ own words. And, working together as a team, we just put a lot of gas in her tank and sent a message to corporate media that all these ugly attacks on our allies will only generate more support for them.

    Libs recognized us with a very kind tweet to her 1.7 MILLION followers

    Speaking of the truth, does this surprise anyone?

    On the contents of the reporting, Mr Musk was damning.

    “Almost every conspiracy theory that people had about Twitter turned out to be true,” he said.

    “Is there a conspiracy theory about twitter that didn’t turn out to be true? So far they’ve all turned out to be true, and if not, then more true than people thought.”

  16. Cluster January 4, 2023 / 10:25 am

    Illegal immigration – destructive

    Listening to Sanctuary City Mayors Lori Lightfoot and Eric Adams complain about illegal immigration – priceless.

  17. Cluster January 4, 2023 / 12:08 pm

    I saw a post the other day that reminds me of Forty, Fielding and Casper. And it’s a great line

    “Imagine going through the last 3 years, and not being the least suspicious”


  18. Cluster January 4, 2023 / 12:37 pm

    Hakim Jeffries may be one of the most ignorant and dishonest politicians of all time, but the reason he is leader, is because he’s black. And if you doubt that, the NYT reminds you

    House Democrats formally elevated Rep. Hakeem Jeffries to be their leader, uniting around him as the face of their opposition to the new Republican majority. He is the first Black politician to lead either party in Congress

  19. Cluster January 4, 2023 / 4:08 pm

    Such an upstanding family. First he knocks up a hooker, then disowns the child, and now wants to pay less in child support. And this is the family Forty supports 100%.

    Amateur artist Hunter Biden paints himself into a corner as mother of his love child demands he reveal identities of mystery buyers who paid $500k for his works after he cried poverty in bid to lower support payments

    Forty, you are such a failure on every level, most notably a moral failure, that anything you say here is filtered through that lens. Anyone who supports this financially corrupt and morally bankrupt First Family does not deserve any of our attention. Fuck off

  20. Cluster January 4, 2023 / 4:24 pm

    Maybe we’re being unfair to people like Forty, fielding and Casper and by that I mean I have come to realize that they simply have dormant, incurious minds. Going back to my quote, how anyone can have lived through the last 3 years and not be the least suspicious is far beyond me. And Forty, fielding and Casper are not the least bit suspicious and in fact, doubling down on the narrative. It’s just beyond belief.

    • Retired Spook January 4, 2023 / 4:41 pm

      Maybe we’re being unfair to people like Forty, fielding and Casper

      I’m not aware of any rule that says we have to treat them fairly.

      • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 7:16 pm

        I think we have been remarkably restrained in our treatment of the Three Stooges. After all, our discussions of at least two of them as being incels have not been posted on the blog.

    • Amazona January 4, 2023 / 7:45 pm

      These meat puppets have sworn allegiance to their tribe and are, therefore, blocked from even considering any fact, any narrative, that has not been pre-approved for their consumption provided in a format that tells them what they think and why.

      I read a post by a woman whose husband is a commercial airline pilot whose company now includes, in its training, how to handle a cockpit emergency in which the other pilot suddenly becomes unconscious or dies. And we know that airlines fired employees who refused to take the jabs, so there is a very high likelihood they had taken these drugs. I haven’t seen this refuted.

      A U.S. Army flight surgeon is warning that known side effects associated with the COVID-19 vaccines pose a potentially deadly risk to pilots and is alleging the Army isn’t following Department of Defense protocols to screen pilots for those potentially deadly side effects.

      Lt. Col. Theresa Long recently filed an affidavit stating there is a risk of Myocarditis, a condition that causes inflammation to the heart muscle, associated with the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Long noted one potential complication of Myocarditis is “sudden cardiac death” and said “flight crews present extraordinary risks to themselves and others given the equipment they operate, munitions carried thereon and areas of operation in close proximity to populated areas. This seems to scare you. At least you veer away from accepting these kinds of reports.

      As reported by McCullough, on average, there are 20 to 30 deaths reported following the seasonal flu vaccine, which is given to about 195 million Americans each year.

      Compare that to these novel COVID-19 gene therapies. So far, an estimated 124 million Americans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and the death count is already at 3,837, as of April 30, 2021

      Worse, it appears the vaccine adverse event reporting system (VAERS) is backlogged by about three months,11 so this is likely to be a serious undercount. Even if VAERS was fully caught up, it would be an undercount, as only 1%12,13 to 10%14 of adverse events after vaccination are ever reported. So, in reality, we might be looking at anywhere from 38,370 to 383,700 COVID vaccine-related deaths.

      A third comparison can be made against vaccines as a whole. As reported by Tucker Carlson,15 May 6, 2021, the COVID-19 shots have already resulted in more deaths than all available vaccines combined from mid-1997 until the end of 2013 — a period of 15.5 years.
      February 19, 2021, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a statement saying there were “no safety problems” with Pfizer’s and Moderna’s mRNA injections.17 Of the 113 deaths reported at that time, none was deemed to be related to the vaccines.

      Then, in May 2021, after reviewing 1,600 deaths reported to VAERS with an unnamed group of U.S. Food and Drug Administration doctors, the CDC declared that none of the deaths was related to the vaccine — this despite 24% of deaths have occurred within 48 hours of injection, and 16% within 24 hours. The problem is that it would take several months to investigate that many deaths, so the likelihood that this was a thorough investigation is slim to none.

      “It is impossible for unnamed regulatory doctors without any experience with COVID-19 to opine that none of the deaths were related to the vaccine,” McCullough tells Newman.

      This is a miniscule example of data out there, but it is based on the scientific method of observation and research, not on political imperatives. As you posture as someone who is interested in the truth, can we assume you have looked into the various reports on sudden deaths within days or even hours of receiving the jabs?

  21. Retired Spook January 4, 2023 / 4:39 pm

    Heading into the 6th ballot for Speak of the House. I wonder who’s going to blink first.

    • jdge1 January 4, 2023 / 9:48 pm

      Just watched a clip that showed Crenshaw on CNN calling the GOP holdouts as terrorists. I use to have some respect for him but this type of rhetoric does nothing positive. Instead of using the typical democrat playing cards by calling GOP colleagues terrorist, how about McCarthy and his backers use some brains figure out how to make this work, show some of the negotiation skills the position requires. Otherwise, if he is unable or unwilling to do so, I see no value in having him as SOTH. This position is a privilege and should be earned. If he cannot even work within his own party, he would likely be highly ineffective in the position.

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