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APPROVAL RATINGS: [25:05] – FAUXTUS and his Doctor of Education wife drew all of about 50 people to the Washington Convention Center during the NEA’s teachers’ union convention. I only watched the first fourteen seconds, during which Mrs. Ed.D. crowed about how the audience now has one of their own in the White House. The cheering was thin gruel.

CLICK [1:10] line for Trump in Sarasota as people waited for hours and hours in the Florida heat to hear the man who allegedly lost to Mr. Ed.D.

BORDER: CLICK [1:13] to see a new RNC ad “100 days of failure.

CALIFORNIA: As soon as San Franfeces decriminalized shoplifting, people began to … you know … shoplift. Now … shocker! … stores are closing. It was such an obvious if:then equation, I am forced to conclude that the super rich elites running the city planned it.

CCLEANER FREE: Before closing down my computer yesterday, I ran CCleaner Free, the downloadable program my IT guy recommends. It removed a LOT of trackers and junk. This got me curious, so I tried a little experiment. Today, I went online and worked for 45 minutes, then logged off and ran it again. It found and removed 309 trackers and 6 MB of junk. Later, I went online again and this time worked for 60 minutes. This time, the internet had piled 577 trackers and 4 MB of junk on to my hard drive!

CHICOM: “At the sound of gunshots, prisoners fell lifeless to the ground. Their bodies, still warm, were carried to a nearby white van where two white-clad doctors awaited. Behind closed doors, they were cut open, the organs carved out for sale on the transplant market.

The grisly scene, which sounds more like the plot of a horror movie, took place in China more than 20 years ago at the direction of state authorities. It was witnessed by Bob (pseudonym), then a police officer who provided security at the execution sites where death-row prisoners were executed.”

Read the rest @ the link.

FAUXTUS: On June 25, Dementia Joe met with the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at the White House to discuss the possibility of ending a war that has gone on for two decades.

CLICK the link below to hear tell reporters, “I think I met with the Afghan government here in the White House, in the Oval.”

When said reporters tried to ask him about withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, he said he wasn’t going to answer any questions about Afghanistan. “I want to talk about happy things, man.”

LOUISIANA: Last week, Gov. John Bel Edwards signed a new law requiring abortion facilities to inform women that the effects of the first abortion pill can be reversed if they change their minds before taking the second one. More than 2,000 American babies have been saved by the Abortion Pill Reversal protocol.

MASKS: Face masks have been shown to have little to no impact in reducing infection or transmission outside of medical settings. And now new research shows kids wearing masks are inhaling six to 12 times more carbon dioxide than is safe.

N.B., the last URL below “COVID-19: Just the facts” was published July1, 2021. It presents the latest information about death/age rates, the effectiveness of and damage caused by lockdowns and mask mandates, the effectiveness of social distancing, the risk/benefits of early treatment protocols and vaccinations.

MEDIA: Aka, why we hate the Slime Stream Media in one tweet.

MEXICO: After a pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico’s Campeche Sound ruptured, causing a massive fire, self-described socialist Laura Pidcock tweeted the above.

Fact Check: The well is owned by Pemex, which has been state-owned since 1938, when the government of Mexico seized and nationalized all private oil companies. Pemex is currently ranked the 7th most polluting company in the world.

MINNESOTA: Crime in Minneapolis has escalated to such a degree that a group sued the mayor and City Council saying their lives have been damaged by the Democrats’ “De-fund and Re-imagine” program. The judge agreed with them and has ordered Minneapolis the city to hire more police.

MOVIE RECOMMEND: Dearest and I loved watching this Christian movie. On the surface, it’s about a new female coach fresh out of college who takes over the cross country program at an all girls private Christian school and tries to lead them to their first state title. Deeper down, it’s about trusting Jesus and keeping our eyes on the big prize, eternal life with Him.

OHIO: A U.S. District Court has granted the state of Ohio a permanent injunction on a federal tax mandate in the American Rescue Plan. The court held the state is harmed by the provision’s ambiguous language and has standing because it needs to make decisions about its upcoming budget.

PENNSYLVANIA: Last week, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a ban on vaccine passports as well as multiple election integrity measures passed by lawmakers.

RAAACISM: When FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation, trans. International Swimming Federation) rejected the use of Soul Cap brand swimming caps for international swimming competitions, Karen Attiah, a Black Global Opinions editor for the Washington Post, tweeted, “Crazy how in 2021 white folks are still trying to think of ways to make it harder for black people to swim in their pools.

Yeah, not so much. The current president of FINA is from Kuwait. The one before that was from Uruguay. The one before that was from Algeria.

STATUS SYMBOL: CLICK [5:58] to hear OANN talk about how having a trans kid is the latest “designer purse.”

GRAMMY NOTES: The other day, everybody sat around the big Buzz table to paint war game miniatures. I wish I could’ve been there!

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