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BOOSTERS: CLICK [7:48] to hear Get Real Dan Ball talk about the vaxxx debacle with bio-scientist Dr. David Wiseman, Ph.D. who used to work for Johnson & Johnson.

CNN: CLICK [2:19] to hear CNN suddenly notice the facts presented in the Rittenhouse trial. Bwahahaha!

CUOMO: My jerk of an ex-governor had to put in his woke two cents, but tweeters zinged him but good. My personal favorite: “If Rittenhouse killed two guys every single day, it would take him about 50 years to reach the Cuomo kill count.” Click the link for more.

HORSE DEWORMER: [13:11] – Communication Coach Alex Lyon reacts to a contentious moment between Joe Rogan and Dr. Sanjay Gupta (CNN).

LGBTQ: An anonymous whistleblower attended the California Teachers Association (CTA) conference in late October. The sold-out CTA conference was billed as the “2021 LGBTQ+ Issues Conference, Beyond the Binary: Identity & Imagining Possibilities.”

The whistleblower said it was all about mocking parents and instructing teachers on how to sneak the LGBTQ+ curriculum into their classes and recruit students into high school and middle school LGBTQ clubs.

PSAKI: But hating white conservative males has NOTHING to do with all the shrieking, lawsuits, impeachment attempts, ad nauseum that Lefties threw at Trump. /sarc

RITTENHOUSE: I refuse to dignify the haters and idiots on the Left by reporting on what their reactions to Kyle’s verdict. Ben Shapiro summed them up perfectly. If you want to get a good laugh over the schooling tweeters gave a certain idiotic actor’s idiotic comments, click the link. Hee hee.

SAN FRANCISCO: Crime has gotten so bad in Fancy Nancy’s district that one homeowner had her garage burgled nine times in just two days.

St. ELIZABETH of HUNGARY: Princess Elizabeth was born in Hungary in 1207, the daughter of King Andrew of Hungary, then later the wife of Prince Louis of Thuringia (now known as Germany). She is known for her tremendous care and concern for the poor and the sick, including building a hospital in which she herself tended to patients.

She is known primarily as the patroness of Hungary, hospitals, nurses, the poor and the hungry. During a famine, she made a large gift of grain, which led her to be a favorite of bakers.

Her association with false accusations appears to be related to a famous episode during her life when she was sneaking food out of the castle. While her husband supported her charitable works, many others at the court did not. But when she was stopped and searched, her accusers found roses instead of bread in her basket. This is why her icons usually include her not only wearing a crown, but also carrying a basket filled with either bread or roses.

VAXXX: Real world data from highly vaxxxed countries has forced Fauci to admit that the vaxxxines do not reliably protect their recipients from serious COVID-19 or death.

The disturbing part of this is that the vaccinators have known about the vaccine failure at least from the early summer.” – Vasko Kohlmayer

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