Bits & Bytes

CtH: This is stuff I had ready to post before I got sick. It’s not too dated.

CNN: Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon are just two of the talking heads at one of the “reliable” networks that yammered Russia! Russia! Russia! for YEARS before multi-million dollar investigations proved it was a Democrat hoax.

Both are now facing allegations of sexual abuse. Predictably, they took their righteous indignation to the air to whine that the right wing media has no journalistic ethics and that social media platforms are dominated by righties.

Lemon said, “You shouldn’t just be able to spread things about people that’s not true. It has a big influence on someone’s livelihood, their credibility, their career, even their lives. I don’t think I should be able to go on Twitter or Facebook or Instagram and say whatever I want about Chris Cuomo whether it’s true or not.

In January 2017, CNN was court-ordered to pay a massive libel settlement Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann for trashing his reputation.

NBA: YouTube video is about Bradley Beal’s explanation. The talking heads push the totally absurd “official” line that breakthrough cases are the fault of the unvaccinated. “He’s a very smart guy” but “We need to get a doctor over there stat to educate him.” [4:15] – CLICK [1:56] to hear star Jonathan Isaac give a calm and reasoned response to why he won’t get the jab and objects to mandates.

NEW YORK: Gov. Hochul has close ties to Big Pharma. [5:34] – Workers from a healthcare facility, nursing home, or school who voluntarily quit or are terminated for refusing an employer-mandated vaccination will be ineligible for Unemployment Insurance, unless they submitted a valid request for an accommodation.

Anybody else see a second tier economy emerging where the unvaxxed serve the unvaxxed?

OXFORD: One of Oxford University’s constituent colleges, Worcester College, made the appalling decision to allow an Evangelical campaign group, Christian Concern, to book its facilities for a residential event during the summer break.

Word got out, even to those who weren’t even there when the event occurred. They raised an uproar and the college rolled over, issuing a statement of deep regret at allowing the college’s hallowed meeting rooms and corridors to be used by people that aren’t woke.

TRANS: At this week’s meeting of a Virginia school board, Matt Walsh used his “generous” sixty second comment time to torch what he calls their abusive trans policies. CLICK [1:00].

UNITED AIRLINES: The airline has announced that the COVID jab will be a condition of employment from now on and that 593 of its current employees are being fired for refusing.

The status of the less than 3% who have applied for religious and medical exemptions remains on hold, pending the outcome of a lawsuit. The company planned to “accommodate” with unpaid personal leave, by which they would forfeit their benefits, including medical coverage.

VATICAN: There have been zero deaths from the WuFlu since the pandemic began and the last reported COVID-19 case on Vatican soil was nearly a year ago. So naturally, they’re imposing even stricter regulations on employees.

As of Oct 1, 2021, entry into the Vatican is permitted exclusively to persons holding the ‘Vatican Green Pass’, ‘European Green Pass,’ or foreign green COVID 19 certification proving vaccination, recovery, or negative rapid molecular or antigenic test.

Any employee who has to have a test done must pay for it. Any employee who doesn’t meet the regs will not be admitted or paid.

VICIOUS: Under FAUXTUS’ vax mandate, businesses that fail to comply will be fined $14,000 by OSHA. The mandate affects employers collectively employing an estimated 80 million workers and does NOT include proof of recovery and natural immunity.

But tucked into their $3.5 trillion porkulus bill are megafines that could run as high as $70,000 for serious infractions, and $700,000 for willful or repeated violations—almost three-quarters of a million dollars for each fine.

VIRGINIA: During Tuesday’s gubernatorial debate, Republican Glenn Youngkin’s asserted that parents should be more involved in what their local school is teaching their children. Democrat Terry McAuliffe disagreed. “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach. I’m not going to let parents come into schools, and actually take books out, and make their own decision.” He said he welcomes local school district input, but supports the state being in charge via the Department of Education.

VAX”: The article explains what Antibody-Dependent Enhancement (ADE) is. If you’re following the discussion of why the jabs are dangerous, this is a must read.


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3 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. freedom1781

    Chrissy, I’m so glad that you are feeling better and at home resting. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

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  2. So good to see you back, chrissy. Prayers answered… and continuing.

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