Bits & Bytes

ABORTION TAINTED DRUGS: One of the objections to the ‘rona jabs is that they were developed using aborted fetal cells. Some lying liar has put out a list of common drugs that supposedly were also tainted in this way. CLICK the link to read John-Henry Westen’s rebuttal.

CHICAGO: CLICK [6:01] to see Get Real Dan report on the stand off between Chicago police and the Democrat gummint’s vaxxx mandate.

EFFECTIVENESS: Two min. video debunks vaxxx “effectiveness” argument.

FAUXTUS: CLICK [6:23] to hear Judge Jeanine talk about who is really running the country. Is he the front man for Obama’s third term?

GOOD GUYS WITH GUN: Guns are used in self-defense many times more often than they are used to commit crimes.

HATCH ACT: During a press briefing, WH spox Jenn Psaki said, “We’re going to do everything we can to help former Governor McAuliffe, and we believe in the agenda he’s representing.” That appears to be an endorsement of his candidacy.

The Hatch Act prohibits executive branch employees from using their official authority or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election.

LIFE, LIBERTY & LEVIN: Oct. 17, 2021 [30:21] – How FAUXTUS White House helped organized the weaponization of federal agencies for political purposes. Also, Critical Race Theory. This is thirty minutes that is worth your time.

OPIOID CRISIS: Trump made this a priority. Now, FAUXTUS’ open border policy has made it many, many times worse. CLICK [2:11] to see Fox News report.

SCOTUS: Last spring, the Slime networks were excited about the possibility that FAUXTUS would increase the number of justices, allowing Dems to pack the court with left-leaning judges. Now that his commission to study the subject has come back nixing the move, saying it would pose “considerable” risks and might further politicize the court (no, really?!), the Slimers are silent.

SMOLLETT: Back in early 2019, actor Jussie Smollett reported to police that he had been attacked by two white men who shouted epithets at him. A lot of his story didn’t add up and, after several weeks, he was charged with one felony count of lying to authorities. His criminal trial is set for Nov. 29. He also faces a civil lawsuit from Chicago for the tens of thousands of dollars his stunt cost the city.

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES: [7:54] – Get woke with JP. LOL

TRANS: “In addition to relinquishing the ‘women’s rights’ argument for abortion, because the word ‘woman‘ is disallowed in the context of pregnancy, abortion-rights advocates can no longer use the ‘imagine if men could get pregnant!’ line because now apparently men do get pregnant.” – Alexandra DeSanctis Marr

VAXXX: As data accumulates, so-called vaccine deniers are looking smarter and smarter. The number of side effects associated with the experimental mRNA agents grows ever longer even as we learn that the jabbed and the unjabbed catch and spread the virus equally and that the jabbed will apparently need endless boosters. Meanwhile, inexpensive and well-tested treatments have proven to greatly diminish the severity of the COVID-19 infection.

WAIT IN MEXICO: In 2019, then-President Trump instituted this policy to ensure that asylum-seekers not flood our country illegally. As with everything good Trump did, FAUXTUS canceled it. A federal judge ruled the cancellation was illegal and, in a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court agreed, ordering the program be reinstated.

WINTER SUFFERING: CLICK [5:00] to hear Hannity talk about how little FAUXTUS et al. actually care.


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. Siiigh – I’ve only ever seen those “got talent” shows (whatever you call ’em) when someone posts them (like above). They have had some great performances, but I’ve never seen one that didn’t get more or less ruined by the judges, backstage gabbers, and other interruptions and distractions. Just the talent, please; no snarky hosts. (end rant)

    I’m probably just getting curmudgeonly in my advancing age. I only watched about a minute of Levin, and have mostly been bypassing JP, too, for quite a while.

    Here wasn’t the first place I’d seen the 2-minute “Science” video. I watched it in real time (not slowed down or paused) and found it remarkable how the fast-paced slide show managed to communicate the message well, even with my slow reading skills. Just watch the percentages.

    Curmudgeonly complaints aside, thanks for another good bits & bytes, chrissy. On #1003 already? How time flies. 🙂

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      ITA about most television. Where I live, there has never been any reception, just cable. I turned mine off in 1979 and never regretted it. My sibs had bets about when we’d “give in to the electronic baby sitter”, but we never did and I have NO complaints about how my kids turned out!

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