Bits & Bytes

ARIZONA: On Tuesday, President of the Senate Karen Fann said that the recent audit of the 2020 presidential election ballots doesn’t match the number Maricopa County reported last November. Democrats responded by calling her a Big Fat Liar and anyway the whole audit was conducted by idiots, so there.

AUSTRALIA: Doctors told this Australian mom she should abort due to her baby having a rare terminal illness. She and her husband declined and Brianna was born completely healthy. She just celebrated her first birthday.

BORDER: On Tuesday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Cubans fleeing Communism will not be permitted to enter the United States … maybe because former Cubans tend to overwhelmingly vote Republican.

CALIFORNIA: Larry Elder has entered the race to recall Gavin Newsom as California governor. Elder seems to be the only true conservative in the race.

CATHOLIC: I encourage you to watch the July 11, 2021 homily by Father Richard Heilman, pastor of St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church in Wisconsin [15:28] – Heilman is a friend of Father James Altman who is being punished by their bishop for speaking the Gospel truth. Heilman says Altman is like the saints and Christ Himself who also “overstepped their boundaries” by calling out the hierarchy of their time.

One of the accusations that’s thrown, for instance, at Fr. Altman, is that it’s the cult of personality. … And I’m going ‘really? So what you’re saying then is that anyone who inspires people, and they appreciate his message and look forward to the next message that he offers, automatically that places them in a category of cult of personality.’ I said, ‘then you have to say that about Jesus.’”

DEMOCRAT ECONOMY: Inflation surged for the third straight month in June, keeping inflation as its highest annual rate in 13 years.

OHIO: On Tuesday, a brick wall painted with an homage to George Floyd suddenly collapsed. A Toledo city building inspector says they had noticed the wall bowing and thought the collapse was due to age. The Toledo Fire and Rescue Department, however, is listing the cause as a lightning strike, based on witness reports and the scene. The artist thinks it might have been vandalism, but not to worry, because he’s going to paint a new one somewhere else.

LIFE: Earlier this month, pro-abortion research group the Guttmacher Institute released a policy analysis dubbing this year to date “The Worst Legislative Year Ever for U.S. Abortion Rights.”

In the first half of 2021, states have passed 90 pro-life laws and we still have six months to go! The previous record was set in 2011, when 89 state-level pro-life bills were signed into law.

MARYLAND: Democrats don’t ever Ever EVER want lock-downs to end. A few weeks ago, Gov. Hogan terminated his coronavirus-related emergency orders. On Tuesday, he declared a “state of Emergency and Catastrophic Health Emergency continues to exist with the entire State of Maryland,” because of COVID-19.

SPIN CLASS: CLICK [:52] to hear Jenn Psaki join Bernie Sanders and The Squad in totally ignoring the root cause of the protests in Cuba.

Tweet by Danny Gokey, “Cuba has restricted communication from anyone in the United States. They also have restricted electricity to only 2 hours a day and water for only 1 hour a day.

Communism is DESTRUCTIVE AND OPPRESSIVE!! Pray for Cuba.

SING A LITTLE LOUDER: This is the little movie that Father Heilman mentions in his homily posted above. [11:39] – Inspired by the true story of an elderly man who in his youth witnessed the horrors of the Jewish Holocaust from the pews of his Church.

TEXAS: A June 27-30 poll of Texas voters show 54% oppose members of the legislature staging walkouts in order to block votes. Just 27% of Texans say they support the moves.

Citing this poll, Gov. Abbott announced on Monday, “No one else gets paid to walk off their job. … We will continue successive Special Sessions until elected representatives do what they were elected to do—debate issues & cast votes.”

Walkouts are only supported by the extreme left,” said Texas Public Policy Foundation Chief Communications Officer Brian Phillips in a statement. “Most Texans see it as a childish and desperate move, and they don’t like temper tantrums.”

TWA 800: This week is the 25th anniversary of the July 17, 1996, crash of TWA Flight 800. The Paris-bound 747 blew up off the coast of Long Island shortly after taking off from JFK on its way to Paris. On November 5, 1996, President Bill Clinton was elected to a second term.

I encourage you all to find time to read Jack Cashill’s article about what really happened and how far the Deep State went to cover it up, apparently so the enormous scandal that “The Navy shot down a civilian airliner” wouldn’t ruin Clinton’s chances at a second term.

Jamie Gorelick, the woman who oversaw the bogus investigation, was rewarded by Clinton with a very lucrative gig with Fannie Mae where, lacking any relevant experience, she raked in more than $26 million in salary, bonuses, performance pay, and stock options over the next five-plus years (while helping run Fannie Mae into the ground). In 2004, she left Fannie Mae to become just one of five Democrat appointees to the 9-11 Commission.

A video of Cashill’s talk about his book TWA 800: The Crash, the Cover-Up, and the Conspiracy, is at the C-Span link below. The 2016 book is still available at Amazon. The Kindle edition is $9.99.

VAX: Data released on July 2, 2021 show that between Dec. 14, 2020 and July 2, 2021, a total of 438,441 total adverse COVID-19 vax events were reported to VAERS. These included 9,048 deaths, which was a stunning increase of 2,063 over the previous week’s report. The serious injuries reported also showed an alarming jump from the previous week.

This week’s data for 12- to 17-year-olds show 13,385 total adverse events, including 801 rated as serious and 9 reported deaths. This age group has a near 100% chance of recovering from COVID-19 with no treatment, yet the feds are still telling us that the benefits of vaxxing minors outweigh the risks.

CLICK [9:38] to hear Get Real Dan report the latest on the vax with All Valley Urgent Care Doctor, Dr. Brian Tyson.

GRAMMY NOTES: I finally began to get out of this destructive behavior when I realized one thing. The FIRST time something bad happened, it was not my fault that I got hurt. But every time I brooded about that thing and relived it and wallowed in the hurt all over again, that was on me.

When my kids were mean to each other, instead of telling them to knock it off, I’d tell the perpetrator, “Don’t you dare treat my daughter like that.” When I had my ah ha moment (above), I thought of that and immediately was moved to repent of all the times I had been mean to one of God’s precious children … me!

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  1. Sing a Little Louder – that was gut-wrenching.

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