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AOC: “If there’s one thing you’ve noticed about white nationalists, it’s that they have hands. And something they’ve been doing a lot with their hands lately is sending out secret messages in support of white supremacy. If you see anyone doing any of these hand gestures, you can be certain they are a racist and should report them to the nearest racism reporting facility (usually Twitter).” – Babylon Bee

The ADL article explains what the OK symbol has meant for centuries and how/why it is sometimes now associated with White Power.

CNN+: CLICK [:53] to hear Brian Stelter say it’s too soon to say if CNN+ is a failure. My favorite comment: “I find CNN to be very educational. When someone turns it on, I go in the next room and read a book.”

DEMOCRATS: Decrying billionaires and huge corporations getting special privileges and not paying their fair share of taxes. Also Democrats, raging over the Florida legislature ending special protections and tax benefits that Disney has enjoyed for decades.

EASTER MEDITATION: I grabbed these screenshots from a wood turning video as an opportunity for us to meditate on what God can do with our dirty, rooty, good-only-for-firewood selves … IF we are willing to humbly submit to His loving and acutely uncomfortable discipline.

FAUXTUS: They didn’t give Trump one single moment of break, so NO.

EXXON:The move has made some within the company upset.” I’m guessing a much larger group is quietly cheering.

FREE SPEECH: In 2020, the University of Central Florida adopted a policy that bans “discriminatory harassment,” which included conduct related to someone’s race, ethnicity, religion, age, or sexual orientation. A group called Speech First sued.

On Thursday, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that UCF’s policy likely violates the 1st Amendment by chilling the speech of students who want to advocate against abortion and affirmative action. The decision noted, “It is imperative that colleges and universities toe the constitutional line when monitoring, supervising, and regulating student expression.

MASK HYPOCRITE: Another Leftie piously virtue signaling about her commitment to public health and safety. Read the archived 2008 article below for Jarrett’s record on health and safety is public housing.

SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter is adopting a policy already in place at Google which refuses advertisers on its site who deny the scientific consensus on climate change. My favorite tweet responses: “Twitter & Google will no longer allow advertisers who deny that cities on the coast of the US will be flooded by the year 2000” and “Mob science consensus doesn’t do the world any favors.”

VFAUXTUS: [1:55] – “One of our highest priorities is sovereignty and territorial integrity.” Just to be perfectly clear, she was talking about Ukraine … not about the United States of America.

WOMEN’S SPORTS: On Friday, the Republican Study Committee formally endorsed H.R. 426, the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act, introduced by Rep. Greg Steube. The bill would bar schools that accept federal funds from letting biological males compete against biological females in athletic events designated for women or girls. Of course, it has zero chance of passing in Pelosi’s House, but at least they’re making the stand.

GRAMMY: When the Right to Life Party in New York folded, they sent me a letter recommending I register Republican. My initial reaction to the idea of registering Republican was so visceral. I literally felt sick to my stomach! I had no idea that there was so much prejudice in me toward a party that represents about 40% of the country … including my husband who had been registered R for years!

Anyway, I bit the bullet and did it. And the more I learned about the party and interacted with other Republicans, the happier I have been. I’m kinda grateful for the experience, because it has helped me be less annoyed by and more “pray for them” loving toward those who still have that prejudice lurking deep in their hearts.

CLICK [1:00] cuz LOLOL!!! (woman gets in car parody)

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