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BACK THE BLUE: CLICK [:53, 1:36] to see body cam footage and read about the wonderful job witnesses and LEOs did to rescue a 6-year-old girl from her kidnapper. The creep is in custody, charged with kidnapping, with $1 million bail. I need a tissue.


BORDER: Border Patrol processing facilities in the region are once again overwhelmed. Last week, Border Patrol in the Rio Grande Valley apprehend more than 20,000 illegal immigrants in one week.

CALIFORNIA: Basilico’s Pasta in Huntington Beach has posted this somewhat tongue-in-cheek sign. (It’s impossible to prove a negative.) The owners are also anti-mask. I’m guessing the clientele will self-sort. LOL

EDUCATION: The University of Kentucky doled out thousands to an assistant professor’s private company to host an “anti-racist” workshop for school administrators in January 2021. The course aims to “replace white supremacy with the more accurate white inferiority complex.”

Racist” is still defined as “A Person who believes a particular race is superior to other.

FAUXTUS: The internet is a’twitter with speculation over what Dementia Joe was actually saying. It sounds a lot like, “My butt’s been wiped,” which makes no sense … even for him.

CLICK [:21] to hear the words in context.

Katie Jerkovich at the Daily Caller writes, “I have listened to the longer clip over and over again. To this moment I cannot fathom what POTUS was attempting to say. It is my guess, though, that the president of the United States is not walking up to the press corps and saying his ‘butt’s been wiped.’” Others who listened said, “It sounds like he’s speaking another language or possibly mocking the reporter’s accent”, “It sounds like he’s just making noises”, and “Just sounds like gibberish.”

GEORGE SOROS: FEC records show that the billionaire leftist donated $1 million to Color of Change PAC. The PAC frequently calls for the defunding of police departments.

KINDNESS: “To the man in 2D. Today, you were traveling from Orlando to Philly. I don’t know you, but I imagine you saw us somewhere. I was pushing a stroller, had a diaper bag on my arm, and was also lugging an oxygen machine for my daughter. We had smiles on our faces as we were headed to see her ‘friends’ at CHOP (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia). We pre- boarded the plane, got cozy in our window seat, and made jokes to those around us about having to sit by my yelling-but-happy baby. The flight attendant came over and told me you were waiting to switch seats. You were giving up your comfortable, first class seat to us.

Not able to hold back tears, I cried my way up the aisle while my daughter, Lucy, laughed! She felt it in her bones too… real, pure, goodness. I smiled and thanked you as we switched, but didn’t get to thank you properly.

Sooo… thank you. Not just for the seat itself but for noticing. For seeing us and realizing maybe things are not always easy. For deciding you wanted to show a random act of kindness to US. It reminded me how much good there is in this world. I can’t wait to tell Lucy someday. In the meantime… we will pay it forward. AA 588 passenger in seat 2D, we truly feel inspired by your generosity.”

LIFE: We now have our own flag.

MISSOURI: CLICK [1:12] to hear the state AG explain why he’s suing St. Louis for imposing a new mask mandate.

PROJECT VERITAS: CLICK (if you’re feeling masochistic) [9:59] to see James O’Keefe’s report about a newly leaked CNN interview with AOC. Most of it is the fawning interview. I watched it so you wouldn’t have to. Now I need a shower.

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Alliance Defending Freedom is helping a Mississippi mom sue the Simpson County School District for violating her daughter’s First Amendment rights. The girl’s teacher told her she couldn’t wear her “Jesus Loves Me” face mask at school. The school handbook only bars messages glorifying drug culture or containing profanity.

When the mom pushed the school, the district sent her a copy of the district COVID-19 policy which had been modified less than an hour before it was emailed to her to include language barring students from wearing masks expressing religious views.

STARBUCKS: Is this one of the reasons the coffee is so expensive? – “Starbucks health insurance plans include not only gender reassignment surgery (which had been covered since 2012), but now also a host of procedures for transgender partners in the U.S. that were previously considered cosmetic, and therefore not covered, such as breast reduction or augmentation surgery, facial feminization, hair transplants and more.”

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