Bits & Bytes

ARIZONA: Superior Court Judge Christopher Coury has ruled against Democrats who have been trying to keep three Republicans off the November ballot due to their alleged roles in the so-called Jan. 6, 2021 “insurrection.”

EASTER MEDITATION: [6:14] – “No matter how many times I examined the body of Saint Charbel. I always found to my amazement that it was intact, free of any decay, and supple as though death had just occurred. What amazed me in particular was the fluid constantly seeping from the body. In my travels I have consulted with proof medicine in Beirut and in various cities across Europe, but none have been able to account for this phenomenon. The phenomenon is truly unique in all of history. If the body were to secrete only three grams of fluid daily (in fact it secretes several times more than that), then in the space of sixty-six years the total weight of the fluid would be 72 kilo-grams, which is considerably more than the weight of the body itself. From a scientific standpoint, this phenomenon admits of no explanation, for the human body contains five liters of blood and other fluids. Based on studies I made so far, I conclude that the body of Saint Charbel remains in a state of perfect preservation, while secreting a mysterious fluid, which I attribute to the intervention of God Himself.” – Georgio Sciukrallah, Lebanese professor of medicine who closely examined the body thirty-four times over a period of seventeen years

FOOD: CLICK [3:25] to hear Tucker report on yet another attack on a food processing plant.

GEORGIA: Democrats are trying to keep Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene off the ballot using the same legal tactic that just failed in Arizona. CLICK [5:00] to hear commentary.

MASKS: CLICK [:58] to see a video clip of a Mask Nazi threatening an unmasked man with pepper spray, then pushing him. He shouts, “You threaten my life.” And I’m wondering why, if he’s that fearful, he didn’t just stay home. Or, at least the very least, walk away from the scary man not wearing a mask. But I guess we can’t expect common sense from sheep.

MILTON FRIEDMAN: [11:43] – An old video clip reverses this guy’s opinion on minimum wage.

OKLAHOMA: Oklahoma has become the first state in the U.S. to explicitly ban nonbinary gender markers on state birth certificates. Sixteen states and D.C. currently allow it and the U.S. has begun offering citizens the choice to select “X” as their gender on passport applications.

SCIENCE: After years of recommending regular aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke, scientists now see little benefit for most healthy people, and say it may contribute to a risk of bleeding in your stomach or brain that increases as you get older. However, aspirin does seem to provide a modest but definite benefit for those who have a stent and/or have had a myocardial infarction or a stroke.

SLAVERY: [12:15] – Facts people should know.GRAPHIC: child never mistake

TEXAS: A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state’s anti-abortion law. Since it went into effect, abortions in Texas have dropped by more than 50%.

TWITTER: CLICK [4:56] to hear Matt Walsh’s hysterical report on the Leftie meltdown.

CLICK [4:43] to watch Fox News cover the Leftie media’s reactions.

The Twitter lawyer behind the decisions to boot President Trump off Twitter on Jan 6, 2021 and ban the New York Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden computer reported cried at a Twitter employee meeting on the takeover by Musk.

MSDNC’s Ari Melber actually ranted about how Elon Musk could do anything he wanted, include interfere with a political candidate’s reach. Translation: “We fear what we’ve been blatantly doing can now be done to us.

CNN’s Brian Stelter, who recently said it’s too soon to know if CNN+ was a failure, has offered his wisdom on Elon Musk’s plan to stop Twitter’s censorship of conservatives: “If you get invited to something where there are no rules, where there is total freedom for everybody, do you actually want to go to that party or are you going to decide to stay home?” This kinda ignores totally the fact that Twitter users have total control over whose tweets they see.

VAXXX: CLICK [1:24] to hear an American Airlines pilot talk about the heart attack he suffered just minutes after landing. He blames the vaxxx his employer forced him to get.

VFAUXTUS: She’s been jabbed FOUR times now and has no symptoms, but they’re going to dose her up with Paxlovid and make her stay home. How does this make any sense?


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4 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. Another hearty stew of bits & bytes. Thanks, chrissy.
    Oklahoma has become the first state in the U.S. to explicitly ban nonbinary gender markers on state birth certificates.

    Oklahoma may not get the news attention that Texas and Florida get. That’s fine. We just keep doing the right things. Mostly. Somehow!!
    Cartoon: “There’s only supposed to be a blue one.” Good cartoon.

    Just one (old) gripe about the basis for it…

    Seeing Red, by Karen McKay, American Thinker, Apr 25, 2022

    Who was the genius who colored Democrats blue and Republicans red on election maps? I can understand the Democrats wanting to hide their true colors, but why did the Republicans accept it?

    I’ve been arguing this for years. Kind of a tough windmill at which to tilt.
    My poster “Blue,” from 2013:

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