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2000 MULES: Dinesh D’Souza’s latest and arguably most important movie to date has been released. It reveals how thousands of ballot traffickers working in all of the battleground states stuffed hundreds of thousands of ballots into the ballot drop boxes in order to steal the election for Joe Biden.

ABORTION: The same people who so very recently shrieked that the unvaxxxed should be fired from their jobs, locked in their homes, and denied any form of health care are now shrieking about their right to bodily autonomy.

DISCOVERY+: A new show called The Book of Queer presents five episodes, all aimed at children, claiming to tell “the story of multiple historic and groundbreaking queer individuals throughout history.” In the trailer, an actor sings about “the world’s queer exciting truth” and promises to “shine a light on the dark ages.”

Among other things, the show plans to “out” President Lincoln and Michaelangelo as having been homosexuals, while Joan of Arc was allegedly non-binary. I’m not sure whose butt-hole the evidence for this crap came from, but I doubt it was anything that legitimate historians would countenance.

EASTER MEDITATION: I came across this somewhere online – To filter out demonic attempts to whisper in your ear and to help you discern what is coming from your own sinfulness and what has been coming from or being encouraged by Satan, bless your ears every morning and evening “in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.”

I think I’m going to start doing this. I’ve got a bottle that Dearest gets refilled for me at church. I use it to bless myself morning and evening anyway, so it’ll be a small change to just dab my ears. I think of binding and blessings like this the same way I think about brushing, flossing, and putting antibiotic ointment on cuts. You don’t wait until after there’s an infection, right? And we know that demons are at least as active as bacteria and viruses and far more intelligent and malevolent! It only makes sense to take pre-emptive action.

EDUCATION: After voters elected conservatives, the Forest Hills school board voted 4-0 (with one abstention) to ban Turpin High School from having a “Diversity Day” or any similar event during school hours or on taxpayers’ dime.

FAUXTUS: In 2012, during the VP debate, Biden stated, “Life begins at conception, that’s the Church’s judgment. I accept it in my personal life. But I refuse to impose … that on others.

Last September, he said, “I respect those who believe life begins at the moment of conception. I don’t agree, but I respect that. I’m not going to impose that on people.”

On Tuesday, on Tuesday, he claimed that no “mainstream” religion even has a position on when human life begins. He also referred to the unborn human being as a “child.”

FLORIDA: Democrats better worry. Parents be getting feisty and I’d like to bet we make up the largest voting bloc of all. (N.b., the name of the group! Dems can’t count on People of Color any more!)

INDIA: On Monday, India’s Supreme Court ruled that no person can be forced to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and that all trials and adverse reactions data be made available to the public without further delay.

NEW YORK: Union College in Schenectady has unenrolled Diamond Puentes and given her 3 days to vacate housing for refusing to get a ‘rona booster. She says the original jabs left her with constant nausea that sometimes leads to vomiting, chest pains, and shortness of breath and that her physician told her it would be a bad idea to get the booster. The school doesn’t care.

OKLAHOMA: On Tuesday, Gov. Stitt signed into law a bill restricting abortion after a preborn baby’s heartbeat is detected, which typically occurs at about six weeks of pregnancy.

I want Oklahoma to be the most pro-life state in the country because I represent all four million Oklahomans who overwhelmingly want to protect the unborn.”

ROE v. WADE: If/when the Supremes overturn this evil decision, the right to legislate abortion returns to the states. Sixteen states and the District of Columbia have enacted pro-abortion laws. Twenty-three have laws in place that could/will be used to restrict abortion.

On Tuesday, FAUXTUS put out a call for legislation to enshrine Roe v. Wade into federal law. Happily, Democrats currently don’t have the votes in the Senate to pass such a bill.

ST. JANUARIUS: The blood of St. Januarius liquefied this week in Naples, Italy. The congealed blood is brought out and tilted three times a year: the first Saturday of May; Sept. 19 (the saint’s feast day), and Dec. 16 (the anniversary of the 1631 eruption of nearby Mount Vesuvius). Failure of the blood to liquefy is believed to serve as a warning to Neapolitans that war, famine, disease, or other disaster is coming.

STUDENT LOANS: The Education Department has canceled around $6.8 billion in student debt for more than 110,000 borrowers.

UNITY: On Wednesday, President Unity went on at length about how the “MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that has existed in American history.” Biden repeatedly mispronounced “MAGA” as “mega” then corrected himself.

VAXXX: A year-long study regularly interviewed roughly 40,000 vaxxxed Germans and found that approximately eight out of every 1,000 of them were struggling with serious adverse side effects from the jabs. This number is “40 times higher than previously recorded.” With conventional vaccines, such as against polio or measles, the number of serious side effects is significantly lower.

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