Bits & Bytes

DEMOCRAT LIARS: CLICK [3:26] to hear Judge Jeanine with Leo Terrell and Tomi Lahren rant about Don Lemon calling the GOP “the party of anti-semitism.”

ELECTRIC CARS: “If black lives really matter, don’t buy electric cars.” – Andrea Widburg

FAUXTUS: CLICK [:15] to hear FAUXTUS say something absurd that the lapdog media will not even blink at.

GASLIGHTING: White House press secretary Jen Psaki told us dim-witted consumers that, thanks to Joe Biden, we’re all “paying less in real terms for gas.”

I have no idea what “real terms” means. It certainly does NOT mean “July 2017” when the average price nationally for a gallon of regular hit a 12-year low.

LEFT vs. RIGHT: They used to say, “There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the parties.” They don’t say that any more.

MURDER: Hmm … I wonder what these cities all have in common … lemme think!

NAZIS: Washington Post Fake Checker sneered at Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s statement that “Nazis were the National Socialist Party. Just like the Democrats are now a national socialist party.”

Kessler wants his readers to know that Adolf Hitler “adamantly rejected socialist ideas, dismantled or banned left-leaning parties and disapproved of trade unions.”

BULL. Click on the Holocaust Encyclopedia’s “Nazi Party Platform” link below and check out 7, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, 23, 24.

SAINT OF THE DAY: Joan of Arc – Joan was born in 1412, to pious parents of the French peasant class. Believing that she was acting under divine guidance, she led the French army in a momentous victory that repulsed an English attempt to conquer France during the Hundred Years’ War.

A year afterward, she was captured by Burgundian troops and eventually sold to the English who tried her for heresy and denied legal representation. Despite the lack of any evidence against her, she was convicted and burned at the stake on May 30, 1431. She was 19 years old. Her executioner later said he “greatly feared to be damned.” An appellate court declared Joan innocent in 1456.

She was canonized in 1920 and is the patroness of soldiers and of France.

GRAMMY NOTES: Mama was in the yard recently when a new neighbor stopped and exclaimed, “Oh, I’ve been hoping to meet you. I’m Catholic too and I LOVE your Mary!

CLICK [:48] for MLB LOLs.

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