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BIDEN ECONOMY: FAUXTUS has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether oil and gas companies are participating in illegal conduct aimed at keeping gasoline prices high. The American Petroleum Institute oh-so-politely suggested he stick it where the sun don’t shine.

Rather than launching investigations on markets that are regulated and closely monitored on a daily basis or pleading with OPEC to increase supply, we should be encouraging the safe and responsible development of American-made oil and natural gas.”

COVID-19: It was absurd that they didn’t admit immediately that it was here to stay. Any virus that has animal hosts is endemic and the damn thing CAME from animals. They should’ve focused on TREATMENT from the get go, but this was never, ever about the science.

Long before COVID-19 leaked, they had a pandemic plan that was designed to fundamentally transform the world economy, which is a big step toward their final goal of turning the entire world into their personal feudal estate. So they implemented it. The fact that the vaxxxine is proving to be more lethal than the virus is just a bonus to these anti-human monsters.

CUOMO: He may lose his $5.1 million book deal now that the state Joint Commission on Public Ethics has voted 12-1 that he improperly used state government staffers and resources in writing it.

DRUGS: During the 12 months following the COVID-19 lockdowns, the CDC recorded 100,306 drug overdose deaths, a jump of 28.5% from the 78,056 deaths during the same period one year before.

ENERGY: Remember when FAUXTUS’ Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm laughed about high gas prices? Here she is, singing in a ghastly music video, calling for a ban on gas: [1:12].

Meanwhile, FAUXTUS showed us all the Brave New World we will “all” be able to enjoy once we stop our insane attachment to gasoline engines.

GIBRALTER: Gibraltar was the first nation in the world to vaccinate its entire adult population and it is well on its way toward boostering everyone as well. So why are COVID-19 cases rising exponentially? Hmmm … let me think.

MANDATE: On Nov. 12, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans issued a stay on FAUXTUS’ vaccination mandate, arguing that OSHA is not merely exceeding its statutory authority, but is also violating the Constitution.

Even as FAUXTUS was telling businesses to impose the mandate on workers anyway, OSHA was announcing that it “has suspended activities related to the implementation and enforcement of the ETS pending future developments in the litigation.

This issue will almost certainly be tied up on court for months and end up in the Supreme Court.

MASKS: CLICK [3:22] to hear a mom tell the school district that she and her fellow Mama Bears are unmasking their kids. “We’re done begging. In fact, we’re done asking for permission. … We’re going to replace all of you.

MISSOURI: On Tuesday, the state’s AG Eric Schmitt filed a lawsuit against one of Missouri’s largest school districts, alleging it has violated open records laws in an effort to thwart public disclosure of critical race theory training materials for teachers and curriculum for students.

RITTENHOUSE: The defense has filed a motion to dismiss with prejudice based on the facts in the screenshot. (With prejudice means the defendant cannot be retried.) The high def drone footage can be seen here: [:44]. It’s clear that Rittenhouse was fleeing and that Rosenbaum was persistently and aggressively pursuing him.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Democrats suffered a Red Wave upset in the mayoral race in Columbia when the Republican candidate captured a post that Democrats have held for 30 years. And after BHO, who won the county by 29 points in 2008 and by 33 points in 2012, had taken time to record an endorsement message for the Democratic candidate, too. [Note to self: Schadenfreude is a sin.]

GRAMMY NOTES: I decided to take a deep dive into the wonderful world of watercolor pencils. Swatching them was really fun. And useful, since it turns out it is impossible to tell what color a pencil actually produces just by looking at it. Some of them are astonishingly different from what I expected from the names and colors of the tips.

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