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CENSORSHIP: CLICK [2:12] to hear the 2018 clip of Lila Rose tell Tucker Carlson about how much Twitter has suppressed pro-life speech.

If you want to sign a petition asking Musk to let pro-lifers advertise again, click

DISNEY: Following an uproar by employees at Pixar, Disney said they could go ahead and include a same sex kiss between Alisha Hawthorne and her partner in their new “Lightyear” movie.

DENMARK: Denmark has become the first country to halt its COVID vaccination program, saying that the virus has been brought under control.

FAUXTUS: While criticizing Donald Trump on Tuesday, President Hypocrite tweeted, “My Dad used to say there’s no greater sin than the abuse of power. Whether it’s an officer bloodying a peaceful protester or a President defending him with a conspiracy theory he saw on TV. I’m a Catholic – just like Martin. Our faith says that we can’t accept either.”

The Pharisee took up his position and spoke this prayer to himself, ‘O God, I thank you that I am not like … this tax collector.’” – Luke 9:11

FLORIDA: The governor’s office says the new law “will strengthen election security measures by requiring voter rolls to be annually reviewed and updated, strengthening ID requirements, establishing the Office of Election Crimes and Security to investigate election law violations, and increasing penalties for violations of election laws.”

FRAUD: Sameday Health and its CEO, Felix Huettenbach, have agreed to pay a $22.5 million settlement after sending hundreds of COVID test results to customers without having actually run the tests. The company also overcharged insurance companies for bogus medical consultations that either never happened or were just a few minutes long.

GEORGIA: Gov. Kemp has signed a bill that will allow the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) to investigate voter fraud and election crimes. Previously, only the Secretary of State could do that. Kemp has been under fire, especially from Donald Trump, since he certified the state’s election results without first investigating multiple fraud claims.

MATT WALSH: At 1:25 pm on Friday, April 29, Matt Walsh’s children’s book was THE best selling book at Amazon. His adult book, “What Is a Woman?: One Man’s Journey to Answer the Question of a Generation” was at 21.

CLICK [3:38] to hear Michael Knowles report on Amazon’s failed efforts to suppress Walsh’s books. One of the nutty comments was that Walsh’s book is about bullying gender diverse 3-5 year olds into committing suicide.

MINISTRY of TRUTH: CLICK [15:41] to hear Dan Bongino report on the Biden administration’s plan to create a “Disinformation Governance Board” to quash what the administration deems to be false information posted online. If that sounds Orwellian, it’s because it is.

POLITICIZING PUBLIC HEALTH: A new GAO report addresses political interference in scientific decision-making are addressed at CDC, FDA, NIH and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR). Employees who witnessed such interference did not report either because they didn’t know how, they feared retaliation, or they thought leadership already knew about it. I’m guessing that last one was true and that they not only knew, but were complicit.

RHODE ISLAND: Rhode Island parents are outraged about a Democrat-backed bill that would promote teaching children about “pleasure based sexual relations” beginning in sixth grade. “Teachings would recognize pleasure based sexual relations, different sexual orientations and be inclusive of same-sex relationships,” the legislation reads.

When you add in the “better abstain from hetero sex cuz it can get you pregnant” component, this reads a whole lot like an endorsement of homosexuality.

TWITTER: The company told staff they have at least six months of job security before Elon Musk takes control of the company. IOW, they’re getting a lot more lead time to find new jobs than the XL Pipeline and border wall workers got.

CLICK [1:43] to see an awesome skit by Conservative Momma LOL!

Also, best tweet today – “All of the Libs who own a Tesla are suddenly realizing they helped Elon Musk buy Twitter.” – Juanita Broaddrick

In other news, an Austin-area landowner has offered Musk 100 acres of land for free if he will use it to move Twitter’s headquarters from California to Texas. I’m thinking the offer would be hugely tempting, given how California is at the bottom while Texas is at the top of the States Friendly to Businesses list.

VAXXX: Complications regarding blood clots from AstraZenecas’s COVID-19 shot have been so serious that at least nine countries had pulled the brand from their national COVID jab programs. Among the deaths due to blood clots in the brain have been an 18-year-old woman, a 26-year-old man, and two 30-something mothers.

Also, a new study has found an unsurprising correlation between the launch of Israel’s aggressive ‘rona jab program and an increase in emergency cardiovascular events among people under 40 years of age.

GRAMMY NOTES: As a permanent absentee voter, I just got a notice that pleased me greatly! New York has passed a law making it impossible for someone to vote in person if they’ve had an absentee ballot sent to them. Before, someone could show up pretending to be me (no ID in NY!) and THEIR vote would count, while my absentee ballot would be tossed out!

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