Bits & Bytes

CDC: Techno Fog filed a FOIA to find out the real reason the CDC changed the definition of :vaccine” from what it really is to something mushy enough to cover the experimental mRNA substances being called “COVID-19 vaccines.” Surprise (not) … the truth is exactly what we figured it was.

One tweeter noted that, under the new definition of “a preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases,” Vitamin D qualifies as a “vaccine.”

CLIMATE ELITE: Bill Gates recently commandeered two lavish superyachts for a luxury trip along the Turkish coastline to shop for land. He says he wants to create a large “sustainable” farm in Turkey. Cuz climate warriors always use the most gas guzzling vehicles possible when they’re busy, busy, busy saving the world from fossil fuels.

Of course, he was also celebrating his birthday, which I’m so sure explains why he needed to rent the main yacht, with its eight staterooms, a golf range, a cinema room, a pool and massage rooms. It’s such a bargain, accommodating 12 guests and 31 crew members, for only $2 million a week. Gates also had the main yacht followed by a 223-foot luxury “supply boat” for his 30 bodyguards.

COMMON SENSE: CLICK [9:31] to hear a NewsMax’s Rob Schmitt report on how the Dems appear to be ignoring the results of Tuesdays election in favor of doubling down on all the issues that real American voters resoundingly rejected. He says that Republicans have now got a list of 70 “vulnerable” seats in the House for next November! Let’s go, Brandon!

CRITICAL RACE THEORY: Dr. Steve Turley cheers about the great job parents are doing at fighting back against the Democrats’ racist ideology. He explains what CRT is. Click the Turley Talks link below to read his guide to what CRT is and how to defeat it. He also talks about something I haven’t heard about at all, which is the great success of the 1776 Project PAC’s efforts to unseat 75% of the pro-CRT school board members they targeted. Wow! [11:37]

Also, CLICK [6:51] to hear an absolutely awesome rant by a Black mom who has been listening to her daughter’s teachers and is furious about the race-based messaging she’s heard them inflicting on her kid.

Then, CLICK [1:36] to hear an administrator in the Indianapolis Public School District explain how Critical Race Theory absolutely is being taught in our schools.

DURHAM: Breitbart announced that Igor Danchemko has become the third person to face charges in special counsel John Durham’s probe into the origins of Russia! Russia! Russia! I didn’t even know the investigation was still going on.

DURR: CLICK [1:20] to see Edward Durr’s campaign video. Then, click the links below to read about the Republican truck driver who defeated one of New Jersey’s most powerful Democrats, Steve Sweeney, who has been serving as State Senate President since 2010. In June Sweeney had even reportedly discussed a potential run for Governor in 2025.

The media keeps reporting that Durr spent only $153, but he says he spent maybe $8,000 to $9,000 in total. The newspaper at the third link below estimated Sweeney spent almost $800,000 on his campaign.

ENERGY: CLICK [1:58] to hear Rep. Chip Roy [R-TX-21] shred the Democrats’ “leadership” on energy.

NEW JERSEY: Four years ago, former Goldman Sachs executive and major Democratic donor Phil Murphy won the governor’s seat by a comfortable 14-point margin. This year, he managed to keep his job, but he won by less than 1 point.

PAYING ILLEGALS: So, first it was reported that the White House was planning to pay $450,000 to illegal immigrants. But when asked about it directly, FAUXTUS flatly denied it was true. ONE DAY LATER, White House staff comes out and says they DO in fact intend to pay settlements to illegal immigrants. Rep. Tom McClintock has responded by introducing the Illegal Immigrant Payoff Prohibition Act of 2021.

PARTY OF PARENTS: CLICK [:23] to hear Obama’s Deputy Campaign Manager freak out about the possibility that the GOP could become the Party of Parents. “We’re the party of parents.” Wow … is that delusional or what?!

And speaking of delusional … CLICK [:26] to hear AOC blame Tuesday’s blood bath on the Dems being too moderate.

PROJECT VERITAS: Click the link below to see the embedded, undercover recording taken on Tuesday at a polling station in Essex County, NJ. In it, a non-citizen tells the election worker that he isn’t a citizen and isn’t registered, but that he voted last year, so figured he could again. And they hand him a ballot.


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4 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. “Why Does Hell Exist?” – Hey, it’s that guy again, who overcompensates for his buzzcut with a long, scraggly beard! 😀

    I enjoyed his “Little Way” video you posted the other day.

    I have… my own ideas about Hell, but a) I don’t have the qualifications of a buzzcut and my beard, while scraggly, is not that long, b) I don’t think my ideas are necessarily something with which to fill a comment slot here, and anyway c) my beliefs don’t significantly change the essential message of brother longbeard; I don’t want to seem contending.

    I will note, long ago, I found this interesting article (which I’ve just quickly skimmed over again), which, while not shaping my scriptural interpretations, did more or less jibe with my understandings of scripture. Some might find it interesting.
    Jesus’ Teaching on Hell by Samuel G. Dawson

    In any case, I think we can all appreciate the theology depicted in this illustration:

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      The only thought I have about Hell that he didn’t mention is that, if it’s true that God is everywhere, it seems incredibly gracious that He has withdrawn Himself from some part of everywhere to accommodate those who wish to be free of His presence.

      I am very puzzled that “Jesus’ Teaching on Hell” never referenced Jesus’ long teaching on Final Judgment. E.g., “Then they will go away to eternal punishment.” [Mt 25:46].

      As for the toon ….. I’ll have to take your word for it that it’s funny. I’m too iggerant about those two bands (bands in general) to get the joke. :-/

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  2. Heh – AC/DC did “Highway to Hell” (which, ‘though I knew the song from radio play, I might not have known by whom without the cartoon) and “Highway to Heaven” is probably Led Zeppelin’s biggest hit. I like how they’re both dumpy aged rockers.

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