Bits & Bytes

CHICOMS: On Friday, twenty Communist Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan’s air space. This marked the largest incursion to date.

I’m guessing the Taiwanese are missing Donald Trump, since their worst enemy clearly has nothing to fear from FAUXTUS & co.

COVID-19 UPDATES: CLICK [4:34] to hear OANN report on ties between Dr. Peter Daszak, the sole U.S. member of the WHO team investigating COVID-19, and the ChiComs and the Democrats.

A former CDC director says he believes the virus responsible for COVID-19 was man-made and escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China. “Normally, when a pathogen goes from a zoonot to human, it takes a while for it to figure out how to become more and more efficient in human to human transmission,” Dr. Robert Redfield said.

Media outlets are ignoring or downplaying the conclusion of a new report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Infection (CDC) that masks and bans on indoor dining do little to stop the spread of the virus.

DIVERSITY: United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) has hired Richard Torres-Estrada as its first “chief of diversity and inclusion.” Another one of Chief Unity’s tweets compared President Trump to Adolf Hitler.

FAUXTUS LIED: At his first press conference since taking office, a confused and doddering old man pretending to be the President of the United States claimed that 83% of the 2017 tax cut went to the top 1 one percent of earners. That was a lie.

The Trump Tax Cuts and Jobs Act resulted in 82% of American middle-class households receiving a tax cut. That, plus the resulting economic boost the tax cuts produced, meant that a full 90% of all Americans saw their take-home pay increase.

LIFE NEWS UPDATE: Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson signed a bill protecting doctors, nurses and other medical professional from having to participate in procedures like abortions that violate their consciences.

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem signed a pro-life bill to ban discriminatory abortions on unborn babies with Down syndrome.

A Pennsylvania judge ruled against abortion providers in the latest of their assaults on a 38-year-old Commonwealth law protecting tax-payers from funding abortions.

SECOND AMENDMENT: South Dakota’s Republican governor, Kristi Noem, signed three bills into law this week to fortify Second Amendment protections for gun owners in the state.

The laws include restrictions for gun seizure, fee reductions for concealed-carry permits, and clarification for the use of deadly force for self-defense.

SUEZ: The Suez Canal handles 12% of global trade. A cargo ship is currently blocking traffic, causing what may be a delay of a month or longer. Some companies are rerouting ships around the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, which adds two weeks of travel between Europe and Asia. We can expect not only delays, but also pressure on prices.

TENNESSEE: Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill Friday that prohibits biological males from competing against females in sports.

I signed the bill to preserve women’s athletics and ensure fair competition,” Lee announced on Twitter.

TRANS: [8:02] – The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that it was an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment for Shawnee State University administrators to punish a Christian professor for declining to accede to a male student’s demand to be referred to as a woman, with feminine titles and pronouns.

VOTER ID: Rasmussen just released the results of a new poll asking voters if they support voter ID laws that require individuals to show a photo identification before voting.

The majority overall said YES (75%). The majority of Black voters said YES (69%). The majority of Republicans said YES (89%). And the majority of Democrats said YES (60%).

The Democrats who control the Oval Office and have slim majorities in the House and Senate are pushing a bill that would make voter ID laws illegal across the country.

Democrats cry RAAACISM, because requiring voter ID supposedly discriminates again minorities who are apparently all too stupid to have or obtain the photo ID that is required for so much else in modern life – e.g., getting into the Democratic National Convention.

Yet photo voter Ids are SOP in much of the rest of the world — including poor, war-torn regions such as Uganda and Iraq. In Mexico, the voter ID card has become the primary identification document for Mexicans, because it is so secure. Applicants have to go in to apply and get their photos and thumb prints taken, then return in person to pick it up when it is ready.

[P.S., Fakebook wouldn’t allow me to post this without removing the third link about needing IDs to get into the Democratic National Convention. Apparently, telling a truth that offends the Dems goes against “community standards.”]


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. Thank you for posting Transgender to Transformed. Spring has sprung here, bursting out all over, and we’ve had a terrifically windy day, just to make sure all the pollen and dust gets in everywhere. That’s my excuse for the “tissue moments” watching that video.

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