Bits & Bytes

2020 ELECTION FRAUD: CLICK [4:33] to listen to One America’s Scott Wheeler report about FAUXTUS’ Big Fat Lies.

BORDER: In June, more than 16,000 illegals flooded across our southern border EVERY DAY.

Every month since FAUXTUS took office, the Border Patrol has apprehended an increasing number of illegals. In June, agents apprehended 188,829 people illegally crossing the border. More than 250,000 were detected, but not captured. The number who slipped in without detection cannot even be estimated.

CRT: CLICK [3:46] to hear a FOX TV report about the hateful, intolerant speech spewed by a woman who is a top official at the Fairfax County NAACP, a top official at the PTA, and also a federal government employee.

DACA: On Friday, a U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen (Texas) ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is unconstitutional.

DACA was established in 2012 by President Barack Obama’s administration. It has granted an estimated 800,000 individuals protection. Hanen ruled that DHS must stop approving new DACA applications, but doesn’t affect the status of current DACA recipients.

MICHIGAN: [3:14] – On July 8, 2021, a carnival ride at the Cherry Festival in Traverse City, Michigan, began to tip over with people in the cart. Bystanders rushed over to hold it steady until the cart could be stopped. Nobody was hurt. The part that really got to me was the first, lone guy who rushed over and tried to hold it steady all by himself. I need a tissue!

NO MLK: On Thursday afternoon, Rep. Joyce Beatty [D-OH] was arrested and escorted out of the Hart Senate Office Building. She and a contingent of fellow protesters locked arms and pushed their way into the building to demand an end to the filibuster and passage of the Democrats’ unconstitutional power grab inappropriately named the For the People Act.

Beatty, who is the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, declared “We will not be turned around. We will keep walking. We will fight for freedom. We will fight for our right to vote!” and said, “We felt like John Lewis, we felt like Martin Luther King.” Earlier that day, she also characterized today to the civil rights era. “We might as well still have the dogs and the hoses because we don’t have the Voting Rights Act.”

Wait, wut? Dogs and hoses? It must be really hard to be an angry, left-wing activist in a country where all your rights have already been secured and the media establishment is totally on your side. KWIM? Of course, there is the added bonus that nobody actually tries to kill you. Also, I’m guessing she also isn’t sitting in solitary waiting to be charged, like some “insurrectionists” I know who don’t have the benefit of the establishment’s support.

ON ADVENTURE WITH DAD: This dad is a photoshop artist. He has this and others of his work (linked below) labeled, “Every Tuesday mom asks for a photo to see if the baby is ok.” LOL Somebody commented that surely he was sending them to his wife, not his mom. His wife replied, “We have an understanding that he is an equal parent. We have a deeper understanding that if he breaks our sons, I’ll end him. I don’t need photos, I know where he sleeps.

SOUTH CAROLINA: [1:42] – Eliot Middleton, a restaurant owner and trained mechanic in rural South Carolina, has been helping change people’s lives by repairing old cars and donating them to families in need.

There’s no public transportation,” Middleton told CBS News in June. “There’s no Ubers, there’s no taxis or nothing like that.” Some of the recipients of the fixed cars are single moms, jobs seekers and older folks with doctor’s appointments.

Since the news item above aired, people have offered to donate nearly 800 cars to the cause. And more than $125,000 has been raised on GoFundMe. I need another tissue!

YOUTUBE: A German court just slapped a historically high fine (around $118,115) on YouTube for removing a video and then ignoring a court order to put it back up. The video was of a coronavirus lockdown protest in Switzerland which was removed under the company’s b.s. “medical misinformation policy.”


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. Another fine B&B, chrissy.

    historically high fine (around $118,115) on YouTube

    Sad to note, that’s a slap on the wrist. YouTube loses that much behind the couch cushions every day. I pray these controlling companies will collapse under the weight of their own sins, soon.

    Last night, Milady and I (re-)watched the movie “Indivisible.” Was that one of your suggestions from a while back? I’d like to have a theater that featured such films, and good old movies.

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