2A: Last week, President Lies-a-Lot said that, “from the day it was passed, [the Second Amendment has] limited the type of people who could own a gun and what type of weapon you could own. You couldn’t buy a cannon!”
In 1791, when the Second Amendment was ratified, there were no federal or state laws about the type of weapons you could or could not own.
BORDER: This week, South Dakota and Iowa joined Florida, Nebraska, and Idaho in committing to police and National Guard troops to help Texas and Arizona control FAUXTUS’ mess at the border.
CLICK https://www.facebook.com/TheFirstonTV/videos/199049775469201 [9:31] to watch an update from The First.
CLICK https://www.facebook.com/TuckerCarlsonTonight/videos/1226235577833421 [14:29] for more from Tucker Carlson.
CHICOMS: Over the past two decades, organ transplanting in Communist China has grown into a billion dollar industry, with hundreds of hospitals and thousands of surgeons providing transplant surgeries. In most Western countries, people wait months or years for an organ, while some die still waiting. But in China, transplant wait times are reportedly as short as some weeks, days, or even hours.
Chinese officials claim the organs are coming from voluntary donors, including death row inmates, but the numbers don’t make sense. For example, in 2018, China had only 6,000 official organ donors who allegedly provided more than 18,000 organs. An international and independent investigation done that year concluded that the organs are actually being stolen from political prisoners, largely those imprisoned for refusing the atheistic government’s demand that they renounce their religious beliefs.
Sayragul Sauytbay, a survivor who escaped, reported the same in her book, “The Chief Witness: Escape from China’s Modern-Day Concentration Camps.” She says young, healthy inmates who had medical files marked with a red X would just disappear. “It was simply a fact that the Party took organs from prisoners.”
COVID-19: The 16,000+ deaths were politically attributed to the coronavirus based on positive PCR tests. The PCR test has been demonstrated to be so oversensitive that it will pop positive for people who have zero symptoms.
“We live in a fraud of unprecedented dimensions,” wrote Andre Dias. “If these figures are of the same order of magnitude for other countries as well, and there is no reason to assume otherwise, then the plague is a deception of unprecedented proportions and crimes committed against humanity on a huge scale have been committed here.”
KINDNESS: It was 40°F out when a California couple stopped at McD’s and spotted a homeless man wearing shorts. They wanted to go buy the guy some pants, but feared he’d be gone before they got back. Unable to bear the idea of the man sleeping on a cold sidewalk with bare legs, the hubby asked him if he could give him his own pants. Hubby didn’t know his wife was filming his selfless act.
NEW HAMPSHIRE: On Friday, Gov. Chris Sununu signed legislation Friday that included a ban on state-funding for abortions at or after 24 weeks gestation. It does not allow exceptions for rape, incest, or fetal anomaly.Sununu is pro-abortion, but said he wasn’t going to veto an entire budget bill over that one item.
The budget bill also establishes a voucher-like “education freedom account program,” allowing families to use state aid to cover the expense of private and home schooling and bans “divisive concepts related to sex and race” from state-funded programs and contracts.
OLYMPICS: [10:16] – On Sunday, Sydney McLaughlin broke the world record in the women’s 400-meter hurdles, winning a place on our Olympic team. She is giving all of the glory to God. “I really cannot do anything more but give the glory to Him at this point.”
TRANS: CLICK https://www.facebook.com/newsbusters/videos/489302985633856 [:51] to hear an eight grade student tell the Loudoun county school board a thing or two.
3 responses to “Bits & Bytes”
I love Charlie Berens. I have tickets to see him in October. 🙂
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He was supposed to be in town at the beginning of May, but then everything got cancelled, and it got postponed until the end of October. Good thing I bought the tickets early, because they sold out very quickly.
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