Bits & Bytes

ABORTION: An Oklahoma abortionist with a history of malpractice claims has retired after 46 years of killing babies and maiming their mothers. His office is now occupied by a medical office providing legitimate health care instead of abortions. Praise God!

BLACK VOTE: CLICK [1:08] to hear a Black guy say how his peers are finally getting a clue.

CATHOLIC: “Fairly obvious that for most of those in favor of Biden receiving Communion, it is not so much about welcoming the sinner as it is about legitimizing the sin.” – CatholicVote

Is there one example in the last half century of ‘engagement and dialogue’ bringing a pro-abortion Catholic politician closer to the teachings of the Catholic Church?” – CatholicVote

CLIMATE: CLICK [7:20] to hear Gardner Goldsmith mock the latest climate elite hypocrisy.

LOLOLOL: CLICK [4:35] to hear Matt Walsh appeal to us to not talk about whether Joe did or did not poop in his pants at the Vatican. DO NOT CLICK IF YOU ARE EATING OR DRINKING. ROFLLLL.

My fave comment: “If his security missed the opportunity to radio “we have a shit-uation!” I’m gonna be disappointed.”

Also, the dictionary says “shart” is “vulgar slang. An instance of accidentally expelling faeces when breaking wind.” Oh, I get it. It’s a portmanteau (two words combined to make a new word). I learn something new every day.

PATHOLOGICAL HYPOCRISY: Steve Hilton [3:27] – Just when you thought Democrats’ hypocrisy couldn’t sink any lower.

PENNSYLVANIA: Gov. Tom Wolf is receiving criticism after it was learned that, prior to the 2020 election, his administration helped funnel $21 million in Zuckerbucks to Democrat-leaning counties.

Not only did this create unequal access to voters, but it also essentially disenfranchised voters in counties that did not receive equal funding.” – Rep. Seth Grove (R-York)

TOXIC POSITIVITY: Joel Osteen’s “positivity gospel” is not grounded in truth. Plus, $35? Are you KIDDING me?! [1:38].

VIRGINIA: Some polling places tried to stop the mask-resistant from voting. Thankfully, Christopher E. “Chris” Piper, Commissioner Virginia Department of Elections, issued the above directive.

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  1. prior to the 20202 election — Not the first time I’ve seen this type of tyop, and I’ve done it myself (but caught it in time) several times. World is anxious to get to 2022, methinks!

    Top vid was very moving. I’m certainly no great scholar of scripture (especially the OT) or religious history, but from what I’ve picked up…

    One of the reasons Jesus was not accepted by his people in his day was that he didn’t fit their ideas of the Messiah. There were different ideas of who the Messiah would be, what Messiah would do. A divine being, some thought. A human prophet, some thought. Born as a human baby but also divine was not on the checklist. (Hence, those folks saying, wait, y’all, he can’t be the one — we know this guy, where he grew up, who his family is.)

    Also, of course, in Roman-occupied Israel, many looked forward to the worldly-powerful Messiah, using their enemies as footstools and all that. When Jesus so impressively rejected that crown, the hungry thousands he had just miraculously fed turned away from him. Certainly they didn’t want a Messiah who would let himself be caught, tortured, and murdered unjustly.

    Too few, then or now, can look past prejudices and see the reality of Christ.

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