Bits & Bytes

HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! Please be sure to read the VACCINE report at the bottom AND download, print, and study the document. It’s got the best COVID-19 information I’ve seen to date. It’s well written and, at ten pages, too much to condense. Just please do it.

25TH AMENDMENT: How much longer? – CLICK [:19] to hear FAUXTUS tell us what he’s going to do about that murderer Putin.

ABORTION: Xavier Becerra, the extreme pro-abortion attorney general from California who is currently prosecuting undercover pro-life journalists, has been confirmed 50-49 as secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), though he has no experience in the health care sector.

Republican Susan Collins of Maine joined all the Democrats, including two who claim to be pro-life – Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania and Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia.

Catholic Vote says, “Xavier Becerra’s confirmation as Secretary of Health and Human Services poses a clear and present danger for Catholics and all people of faith. Given his record of aggressive hostility to free speech, health care freedom, and the traditional values of marriage, family, and the sanctity of life, Americans must be prepared for what is coming.

Becerra is a culture warrior and extreme left-wing ideologue who repeatedly trampled on our most fundamental constitutional rights. We can only assume Becerra’s clear contempt for religious freedom will continue in his new role. It is only a matter of time before he targets the Little Sisters of the Poor again, strips doctors and religious institutions of conscience rights, and mandates other harmful policies that assault core freedoms cherished by people of faith. Every Senator who voted in favor of this confirmation is now responsible for the radical policies likely to come out of HHS during Becerra’s tenure — and voters must hold them accountable.”

CHRISSYtheHELPFUL: Bob, our wonderful behind-the-scenes PN gardener, posted this in yesterday’s comment section. I wanted to share it with my reply for the benefit of all y’all.

She wrote, “I got another warning from FB for supposedly posting ‘false information.’ This is the ‘information’ that prompted the warning. Can anyone tell me what the false information is? I’m mystified.”

I replied, “Hmm … according to the Left’s Hypocritical Dictionary, everything we say has to be LITERALLY, SPECIFICALLY, AND 100% FACTUAL* and it is NOT TRUE (FB wrist slap) that schools are all closed (even though mostly Democrat public schools are) and it is NOT TRUE (FB time out!) that our border is 100% open (because Trump’s Big Beautiful Wall is still there). *Everything they say can be a totally invented, slanderous lie, but since they MEAN WELL, it’s okay. I hope this helps. If you ever need help packing for re-education camp, let me know.”

CORRUPTING KIDS: The founders of Drag Queen Hour have stated explicitly that their efforts to get drag queens reading to pre-schoolers at library story times is specifically intended to promote gender fluidity.

These people claim to be providing innocent entertainment, while tweeting out pedophile slogans like “Love Has No Age” and calling themselves by disgusting names like “Glitter Hole” and “Flowjob.” In Texas, one of the drag queens invited to a library had a record for sexual assault against an eight-year-old. And now there’s this.

Brett Blomme (picture) is a 38-year-old man who has adopted two children with his husband. Blomme has served as president of a Milwaukee LGBT group and sponsored Drag Queen Story Hour events. He is also a Children’s Court Judge.

Blomme was recently arrested for possession of child pornography, including 27 videos and pictures of the sexual abuse of children. His two adopted children are not alleged to be part of the abuse and will likely be placed elsewhere by Child Protective Services.

FACT CHECK: If Donald J. Trump had released all these minors this way, they would have been in IMMEDIATE AND DEADLY DANGER, which would no doubt be yet another reason to impeach him. BUT, since it was kindly, compassionate Uncle Joe who is doing it, then we can be 100% sure that their futures will be filled with cotton candy clouds and unicorn dreams.

FAKEBOOK: The “Independent [of common sense] Fact Checkers” have out-done their own stupidity.

The graphic above got plastered with a “Missing Context” message, because the article linked below says Mr. Potato Head ended up not being canceled and only six of Dr. Seuss’ books have been removed from libraries and will not be reprinted.

Plus, BIDEN DIDN’T DO IT. This graphic doesn’t say it, but a bunch of others do. One I enjoyed said, “Trump took down ISIS. Biden took down Dr. Seuss and Mr. Potato Head.

I’m not going to belabor why this is so dumb, because I think you, my beloved readers, are not so dumb. (But if you’re not sure, scroll up and read “ChrissytheHelpful.”)

FLORIDA: Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-FL, denounced critical race theory and said students in Florida would learn about “foundational principles” rather than critical race theory. “Let me be clear, there’s no room in our classrooms for things like critical race theory. Teaching kids to hate their country and to hate each other is not worth one red cent of taxpayer money.

PROJECT VERITAS: CLICK [6:48] to hear an OANN interview with James O’Keefe about PV’s latest exposé.

RACIAL HATE CRIMES: On Tuesday, some loser who happens to be Caucasian shot up three Atlanta-area spas and massage parlors, killing eight people. Six of the victims were Asian women, leading Democrats to immediately pounce on White Supremacy as the cause and Donald Trump as the instigator.

The shooter says the shooting had nothing to do with race, but hey, who gives a crap what HE thinks? Also, never mind that according to the most recent and complete data from the U.S. Department of Justice, there were 182,230 violent incidents against Asians here in America in 2018. The most common race of the perpetrators was Black (27.5%), with Whites (24.1%) and Asians (24.1%) tied.

RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS: Last month, a Michigan high school basketball player noticed that a player from another school did not have basketball shoes, he gave the kid his LeBron Nike’s, which were used but still in great condition. The boy himself had just gotten a new pair of basketball shoes and said, “I just remember being young and not being able to afford nicer shoes for basketball and I know how bad it sucked. Basketball shoes are a necessity. I’ve rolled a lot of ankles not wearing the right shoes for the right things.”

He’s not kidding about the right shoes. I used to play racquetball and decided to invest in a pricey pair of cross-trainers. Shortly after, I side stepped awkwardly and felt my ankle start to roll, but the reinforced side of the shoe stopped my foot before I had hyper-extended and injured anything. I was spared the pain and lost mobility of an actual injury and, because the shoes had cost less than a single trip the ER for x-rays, they more than paid for themselves in that one moment.

VACCINE: One day after Kenya received its first shipment of 1 million vaccines, the Kenya Catholic Doctors’ Association (KCDA) issued a ten page statement explaining why they recommend people not get the vaccine. The graphic above is an excerpt from the cover letter. The full document is available at the second link below.

WHERE IT STARTED: How it’s going. [1:59]


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9 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. About the “fake news” meme that earned me a warning from the FB thought police: FB helpfully linked to an article in Spanish (a language I haven’t studied in many years, but still remember some of) about a supposedly fake news story concerning immigration (in Europe, not the U.S.) that used the same photograph as the meme above. According to the fact checkers, the photograph was not a recent one. Obviously, the age of the photograph does not in any way affect the truth of either the Spanish-language article OR the English-language meme, but it’s a convenient excuse to discredit ideas that FB has declared anathema.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      TY. I clicked on that article, but since my Spanish doesn’t extend beyond yes, no, please, thank you, Merry Christmas, and Fresh pineapple please, I had no idea what it was about. Oh wait, I can also count to 10 in Spanish. LOL

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  2. Cancelling everything right, good, and normal has become so common that, nowadays, I’m more surprised when Twitter or YouTube leave something up. Like that CV “Remember” video. I’m a-gonna archive that one, just in case.

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