Bits & Bytes

CATHOLIC: [10:17] – In Vermont, the bishop of Burlington, VT, is trying to suspend Father Peter Williams from the parish where he has been pastor for 20 years, because he refuses to wear a mask or get the jab. Bishop Coyne, appointed by Pope Francis in 2015, has a history of dissidence on core Catholic teaching regarding human sexuality and the family. There is a written transcript of what Father Williams says on the video at the LifeSiteNews link below.

Meanwhile, two of Pope Francis’ top officials have tested positive for COVID-19 despite both men having received three doses of the vaccines.

DEMS: CLICK [5:20] to hear former Deputy National Security Advisor KT McFarland talk about what they did to ensure Russia holds all the cards.

FAUCI: He’s been leading our COVID policy throughout the time period covered in the graph. And while his policies have forced Americans to stay at home, Fauci and his wife’s 2020 financial disclosure shows their household raked in $1,776,479 in combined income, benefits, royalties and stipends. Meanwhile, their investment accounts increased by $794,369, pushing net worth above $10.4 million.

FAUXTUS: Today marks the first anniversary of the delusional Biden administration and they have decided that their plunging poll numbers are the result of a communications problem. Not inflation, not empty store shelves, not the mess at the southern border, not the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, not Biden’s mental decline, not anything at all that they’ve done. It’s just that we, the stupid people, haven’t correctly understood things. So they’ve decided it’s time for A New Communication Strategy.

The problem is not that we don’t understand what they’re doing to us. It’s that we do and we hate it.

FILIBUSTER: “The Biden administration’s effort to get rid of the 60-vote threshold in the United States Senate is not about a Senate that doesn’t work. It’s about a woke agenda that doesn’t sell.” – Sen. John Kennedy, R-LA

MIKE LINDELL: [5:49] – Dinesh D’Souza reports on the latest effort to silence My Pillow Trump supporter.

MURAL: Three sides of a large industrial building in Marion, Illinois, are now covered with a huge mural highlighting American military and first responders. They were all painted by a 14-year-old homeschooled ninth grader. Click to read about it and see photos.

PARALLEL ECONOMY: CLICK [3:08] to hear Dan Bongino talk about his latest effort to create censor-free economic and speech platforms.

POLITICAL PRISONERS: The whole J6 thing makes me sick to my stomach. Read this if you can bear it … and haven’t eaten recently.

RACE:Pres. Biden is wrong to say that tens of millions of Americans are racist because they don’t support his woke agenda. The truth is that most Americans think more about character than race. They understand that souls have no color.” – Sen. John Kennedy, R-LA

SCOTUS: In 2015, Coach Joe Kennedy knelt on the 50-yard line and offered a prayer, surrounded by other coaches, players, and even spectators who came onto the field. One week later, he was suddenly placed on leave and the school district refused to rehire him for the following season. Kennedy filed a lawsuit, which requested the court to have the school district rehire him immediately. So far, lower courts have ruled in favor of the school district, claiming that Kennedy was not entitled to get his job back. His appeal finally got to the Supremes, who have agreed to hear the case.

The Supremes are also hearing a 1st Circuit Court case, Shurtleff v. Boston. It involves what flies on the three flagpoles outside Boston’s City Hall. Atop one flies the U.S. flag, and below it is a flag honoring missing soldiers and prisoners of war. The second pole flies the Massachusetts flag. And the third flagpole, which usually flies Boston’s flag, is sometimes used to honor or commemorate causes. In 12 years, Boston has turned down only one out of 284 flag requests – i.e., a flag with a cross on it. The plaintiff holds that, in refusing their flag, they placed religion “in the same category as speech deemed inappropriate, offensive, supporting prejudice or discrimination.”

SIGNS of the END TIMES: They keep piling up! Peter said, “This is what was spoken through the prophet Joel: ‘It will come to pass in the last days,’ God says, ‘that I will pour out a portion of my spirit upon all flesh. Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your young men shall see visions, your old men shall dream dreams.” Acts 2:16-17

UK: Yes! Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the end of ALL ‘rona restrictions. Face masking will not be legally enforced anywhere. COVID passes will not be mandatory anywhere. Advice to work from home is done. He also said that if data supported it, he may end the legal requirement for people to self-isolate if they test positive before the regulation lapses in March.

VAXXX: New data from the health authority in Scotland shows that infection and hospitalization with COVID-19 is more likely among those who have received at least one shot of a COVID jab than those who have not received any of the shots, and that death following a double dose is much more likely than without having had any shots.

This data corroborates a Danish study published December 20, which shows that people with two doses of an mRNA COVID shot have a higher likelihood of catching Omicron than those without a jab.

Meanwhile, here in the U.S., the CDC has finally admitted what we already knew – i.e., “Unvaccinated people with a history of Covid also had lower rates of infection and hospitalization than those protected by vaccines alone.”

VFAUXTUS: [8:15] – Let’s go, Brenda.

GRAMMY NOTES: The Mascots discovered a wonderful science museum. Not only does it have a TON of fun stuff for them to do, but also they have special low sensory days for kids like Bunny who have difficulty with noise.


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. red

    All good. I’m a dog person, but I like that cat. I’m sure she was fine, after she dragged to shore that great white shark stupid enough to attack her. 🙂

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