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ARIZONA: On May 20, Gov. Ducey signed legislation banning COVID jab mandates for kindergarten to 12th grade students. It also prohibits the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine from being mandated. Ducey also signed legislation limiting government mask mandates to specific entities that previously had workplace safety rules in place prior to the pandemic.

DEMOCRATS: Their mantra is to “Never let a crisis go to waste.” Never mind what really happened or how much everyone is hurting; immediately jump on your favorite political hobby horse and take it for a ride.

Barry Soetoro inexplicably chose to skip right over the senseless murder of innocent children to mourn the self-inflicted death of a middle-aged, drug addicted, career criminal: “As we grieve the children of Uvalde today, we should take time to recognize that two years have passed since the murder of George Floyd under the knee of a police officer. His killing stays with us all to this day, especially those who loved him.

Sen. Ed Markey went with slandering “an illegitimate, far-Right Supreme Court.” He claimed the tragic deaths of 19 kids and 2 teachers is proof positive that “we have to expand the Supreme Court to get back the two stolen seats that the Republicans and Donald Trump took from the American people, so that we can ensure that when we put gun safety laws on the books, they are not overridden by the Supreme Court of the United States.”

Democratic strategist and consultant Adam Parkhomenko went with a pro-abortion slant. “Republicans want to force you to have kids so they have something to shoot at.”

William Saletan took what, to me was the most bewildering stance, when he wrote that “Republicans who accuse the left of defunding police are helping shooters outgun the police. They’re abetting crime and undermining law and order.” Wait, wut?

EASTER MEDITATION: [9:15] – “If then you were raised with Christ, seek what is above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Think of what is above, not of what is on earth. For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. When Christ your life appears, then you too will appear with him in glory.” – Colossians 3:1-3

FAUXTUS: Reuters reports that their latest Ipsos poll shows Joe’s overall approval is at 36% vs. 59% overall disapproval. I think these numbers are unrealistically flattering, because the poll’s party affiliation breakdown is wildly skewed in Biden’s favor.

  • Survey Affiliation: Democrats 46% vs. Independents 12% vs. Republicans 35%.
  • Gallup Affiliation: Democrats 28% vs. Independents 42% vs. Republicans 28%.
  1. Democrats, who gave Biden 72% approval, were oversampled by 18%.
  2. Independents, who gave Biden 28% approval, were undersampled by a whopping 30%.
  3. Republicans, who gave Biden 10% approval, were undersampled by 7%.

MATT WALSH: In response to people offering prayers for the victims of the Texas shooting, Nick Hanauer tweeted, “Let me pray too. Dear God, please reach down in all your mightiness and give all of these Republican politicians terminal cancer. Let them die excruciatingly painful deaths and then chuck them into hell for eternity. Amen.”

NN1500 responded, “When people show you who they are, believe them.”

MIDTERMS: In April, the Republican National Committee (RNC) raised $14.2 million; the Democrat National Committee (DNC) raised $13 million.

MILITARY: Last week, a Navy Administrative Board handed down a landmark decision when it voted 3-0 in favor of a Navy Officer who refused the jab. The officer in the case, LT Bill Moseley, claimed he had the duty to not take the vaccine since the one administered by the military was not approved by the FDA.

On Monday, more than 500 military service members filed a suit against the government for vaccinating members of the military illegally and under duress.

MONKEYPOX:This is absolutely not a major public health threat.” – Dr. Robert Malone [6:06] – The CDC is telling American travelers to “practice enhanced precautions” as monkeypox has spread beyond the areas of Africa where it is endemic. Since the virus only spreads through sustained contact with a person who has an active rash or through their clothing or bedding, I’m thinking normal precautions like “don’t go to bed with, borrow the underwear of, or have sex with someone who has sores” should be plenty. But that wouldn’t keep us fearful and stupid, so there’s that.

OKLAHOMA: On Wednesday, Gov. Stitt signed legislation banning abortion from the moment of conception. “From the moment life begins at conception is when we have a responsibility as human beings to do everything we can to protect that baby’s life and the life of the mother. That is what I believe and that is what the majority of Oklahomans believe.”

SUSSMANN: In Sept 2016, Michael Sussmann told the FBI he was bringing them the faked up Trump-Russia “information” of his own volition. On Dec. 18, 2017, he told the House Intelligence Committee that he did it “on behalf of my client.” One of those statements is obviously false. So what’s the penalty for lying under oath?

VAXXX: On Monday, Stéphane Bancel, CEO of Moderna, told the WEF how sad he is. “I’m in the process of throwing 30 million doses in the garbage because nobody wants them. We have a big demand problem.

GRAMMY NOTES: Army Princess bought us this wonderful crucifix in Mexico. We were all disappointed when it arrived broken, but I think that has been a blessing. Dearest was able to mostly piece it together; there are some gaps, where the ceramic had been crushed to powder, but they aren’t very noticeable. And I like meditating on them cuz, you know, He was broken for our sins. Also, if it hadn’t broken, it wouldn’t have occurred to me to put it into this dramatic setting, which initially was designed simply to support it and prevent further disasters. I’m thinking that just hanging on our white walls, it would’ve been nice, but not POW like this!! I just LOVE LOVE LOVE that it not only shows the Trinity on the cross, but also the Blessed Mother at the foot (roses).


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