Bits & Bytes

ABORTION PILLS: On Thursday, the FDA permanently eliminated a long-standing requirement that the medication be picked up in person. Millions of American women will now be able to get a prescription via an online consultation and receive the pills through the mail. More than a dozen Republican-led states have passed measures that limit access to the pills, including outlawing delivery by mail.

ACLJ: A public college student reached out to the ACLJ after her English instructor refused to grade her completed assignment. Her paper met the assignment’s requirements regarding topic, which was the historical Jesus.

She contacted the ACLJ which provided her with an informational legal memorandum that helped her fight for her constitutional right to freedom of expression. She reported to ACLJ that their help spared her from having to switch classes, drop the class, or fail it.

AIRLINES: CLICK [:46] to hear Southwest Airlines CEO explain why masks don’t make a difference, because the HEPA filters and high air flow make the air “very safe and very high quality compared to any other indoor setting.”

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker agreed. “An aircraft is the safest place you can be. It’s true of all of our aircrafts — they all have the same HEPA filters and air flow.

CHRIS CUOMO MEMORIAL AWARD: CLICK [2:24] to hear MRC’s top picks for Liberal Media’s Top 5 Dumbest Comments for 2021.

ELON MUSK: On Monday, Elizabeth Warren tweeted, “Let’s change the rigged tax code so The Person of the Year will actually pay taxes and stop freeloading off everyone else.

Musk responded, “If you opened your eyes for 2 seconds, you would realize I will pay more taxes than any American in history this year. Don’t spend it all at once … oh wait you did already.”

FAKEBOOK: Thanks to a lawsuit filed by John Stossel, the Effing Bee has been forced to admit their frequent, onerous, and grossly biased “fact” checks are really just their leftie “opinions.”

FAUXTUS: “Joe Biden ran for president largely by blaming President Trump for the fact that people were dying from (or more often, with) covid. Biden said Trump was responsible for all of those deaths. But now, of course, more people have died with covid during the Biden administration than during Trump’s. So is Biden responsible for those deaths?” – John Hinderaker

CLICK [:12] to see FAUXTUS laugh and walk away when asked about the death count.

FLAUXTUS: Depicable Jill visited the hospital in Wisconsin where many Waukesha victims are still fighting for their lives. She didn’t visit them or mention the attack at all, but instead spent all her time promoting ‘rona jabs for kids.

Can you imagine if Melania had done this? Every headline would read, ‘HEARTLESS MELANIA IGNORES CHILDREN FIGHTING FOR THEIR LIVES AFTER ATTACK’ or some other happy horse crap.” – Sam J

INFLATION: In 2021, the typical American family lost several thousand dollars in real buying power due to Joe Biden’s economy. LGBFJB.

NYC: CLICK [1:43] to hear a NewsMax report about how DeBlasio is doubling down on all his mandates just two weeks before he leaves office. Karol Markowicz at the New York Post writes:

The reign of the Spectacle Mayor can’t end soon enough. The mayor didn’t make his [mandate] announcement at a sober press conference while presenting data on why such a move would be necessary. He did it on the Morning Joe show on MSNBC and, of course, offered no evidence. He did not say why these mandates are necessary. He did not point to success with his previous mandate since cases in New York City are actually higher since the implementation of that mandate in mid-October. The whole thing was entirely performative and very typical of this mayor.

PROJECT VERITAS: If you can stand it, click and watch O’Keefe 13 minute report on a second twisted pedophile working as a producer at CNN. Full disclosure: I did not watch it.

TORNADOES: Lefties immediately politicized the tragic events in Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and Tennessee to advance their Big Fake Climate Change policies. But, as with the ‘rona, their grasp of science is as small as their moral stature.

Professor and climate economist Richard S.J. Tol of the University of Sussex says, “Tornadoes are small, rarely more than 3 kilometers in diameter. The most advanced climate models, however, cannot see things that are smaller than 9 by 9 km. Climate models can therefore tell us very little about tornadoes. Data are not great, but suggest that there is no upward or downward trend in tornado frequency or severity.”

TOYS: These guys delivered more than a thousand toys to families who lost their homes to tornadoes.

VAERS: The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System contains a report about a 33-year-old man from New York state who was found dead less than 48 hours after receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech booster shot.

GRAMMY NOTES: I was feeling sorry for the Mascots, who will be spending Christmas in a hotel, far from family and friends. Then, I thought about how the Holy Family spent their first Christmas at an inn, far from family and friends … and they didn’t even get a room. This may prove to be a specially blessed Christmas for our dear Mascots. 🙂


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5 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. SWA exec says masks are unneeded on planes, but (per article on A♠), “If you think that means you might be able to stop the Mask Theater while flying, forget about it: the flight attendants union, aka the Sky Karens Guild, objected, and now he’s been reined in and agrees with the Forced Consensus again.”

    siiiigh – I resigned myself to never flying again long before the scamdemic.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      I can rarely leave the house, so the pandemic hasn’t had much affect on me (apart from limited access to my doctors and Dearest being underfoot more). Dearest loves to fly off to visit his kids and grands, but has decided he won’t leave the state until this is over.

      We have one kid in NY, so he can still get his Nonno fixes. He’s going there for Christmas and I’m sure my lovely daughter will send back a yummy, home-cooked feast for me.

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    • The last time I flew was in 2006. That was the first time I’d flown since 9/11, thus my first experience with TSA. After that nightmare, I’d already made up my mind never to fly again. Coronapocalypse and its aftershocks have only reinforced that determination.

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