Bits & Bytes

APPARITIONS: [22:59] – I remember a pastor’s wife say how a friend of theirs didn’t believe in angels, so she prayed he would see one. Later, he said he woke in the night and there was an angel sitting on the chair in his bedroom. The angel didn’t say anything, just smiled and waved. Makes me laugh every time I think of it.

BACK THE BLUE: CLICK to hear Get Real Dan interview Manhattan Institute Fellow Heather MacDonald about the war on cops.

CORRUPTO-JOE: He made a campaign pledge not to take money from lobbyists, but he did anyway. What a shock. Not. Richard Burt contributed $4,000 to his campaign. Burt is a lobbyist for the company building that Russian oil pipeline to Germany that was stalled by Trump sanctions, but is going ahead because FAUXTUS lifted the sanctions.

CRUZ: Washington Post Fact Checker Glenn Kessler declared the Wuhan coronavirus lab-leak theory “suddenly credible” on Tuesday, after previously mocking Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and others last year for espousing the “virtually impossible” theory.

ELECTRIC CARS: “Joe’s plan to have taxpayers subsidize electric cars is a money transfer to his wealthier constituents. The subsidies won’t bring down the price of the cars because there are no market forces at work. Instead, they will do what previous electric car subsidies will have done: make electric cars a little more affordable for rich people. This means that those people who earn very little but still make enough to pay taxes cannot afford electric cars for themselves but will help subsidize affluent people’s virtue-signaling car-buying practices.” – Andrea Widburg

FATE MEETS IRONY: Earlier this year, Atlanta council member and mayoral candidate Antonio Brownvoted to strip $73 million from the Atlanta police budget.

On Wednesday, he had his white Mercedes carjacked right in front of him … at 12:30 in the afternoon … by a bunch of children. Reportedly, the youngest was about 6 years old.

FAUXTUS: This is just gross.

GOOD GUY WITH GUN: [2:09] – A teacher with a concealed carry gun prevented a bad guy who was high as a kite on narcotics from kidnapping an 11-year-old girl.

HAMAS: Does this look like an organization that wants peace? CLICK [:30] to see the video.

HATE CRIME: A black-owned auto shop in Spring Lake, North Carolina was repeatedly attacked over the past few weeks by vandals who smashed in car windows, destroyed property, and spray painted racist graffiti everywhere.

The owner finally installed security cameras, which caught the perps in the act the day after they were installed. It turns out that they were black.

LIGHTFOOT. Chicago’s mayor announced she would no longer give one-on-one interviews with white journalists. A white journalist is suing her for violating his right to equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment.

MEDIA: [:34] – Never mind the border crisis or the Wuhan lab leak. Let’s talk about the intimate personal details of Joe Biden’s life. And blame Trump for everything else. ALSO CLICK [8:59].

NIH: CLICK [1:55] to hear David Daleiden describe the “baby scalps on mice studies” that I couldn’t even bring myself to report on here when I first saw them. The photos are at the LifeNews link below.

I wonder if Tony Fauci knows that he serves Satan or if he imagines he’s a good person.

SATAN LAUGHS: Every Democrat in the Senate voted against a measure to prohibit scientists from creating “human animal” chimeras.

Pro-life doctors in the United Kingdom are being punished for helping women save their unborn babies through the abortion pill reversal procedure.

GRAMMY NOTES: We’re all very sad that Blossom’s dad is being transferred this summer. They aren’t moving their box gardens, so the Buzzers got them. I think military families must have a best hand-me-down system in the world! LOL


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. Hate crime hoaxers seem to be getting stupider. They don’t even know how to make a swastika!

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      I had a neighbor once whose young (7 ish), artistic son had decorated an Easter egg with what he thought was a pretty design.

      The art teacher freaked. The principal called in the mother.

      The kid was bewildered until they explained what his “pretty design” had stood for. He smashed the egg.

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