Bits & Bytes

1A: The American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, and Children’s Hospital Association wrote a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland calling on the Justice Department to “investigate the organizations, individuals, and entities” that are “provoking” outrage at medical personnel who perform radical gender surgeries on minors. Last year, the National School Board Association did the same thing about parents who objected to CRT and mask mandates. This is now the Left’s playbook.

2A: In 2004, Alfred Morin traveled from his home state of Massachusetts to Washington, D.C., with his handgun. He possessed a valid Massachusetts License to Carry Firearms but was unaware that District of Columbia laws prohibited him from exercising his right to carry.

At the American Museum of Modern History, he saw a sign prohibiting firearms and approached a guard to inquire about checking his gun. He was arrested and charged him with carrying a pistol without a license, possession of an unregistered firearm, and unlawful possession of ammunition! Despite the fact that he had a Massachusetts license for his registered-in-Massachusetts gun which (duh) comes with ammo, he pleaded guilty.

In 2018, he applied in his Massachusetts home town for a permit to buy a new gun. I’m guessing he was shocked when his application was denied, because a Massachusetts law imposes a lifetime ban on new gun purchases for anyone who has been convicted of a nonviolent misdemeanor that involved the possession or use of guns. Said misdemeanor, of course, was his ignorant mistake in trying to be a good little Do Be and abide by a (probably unconstitutional) no-gun rule at a museum in D.C. which (also probably unconstitutionally) refused to acknowledge his legal-in-Massachusetts gun.

A federal appeals court upheld the Catch-22 ruling, but now SCOTUS has looked at it and told them to reconsider their finding in light of their landmark June 23 decision in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen. In that case, SCOTUS recognized a constitutional right to bear firearms in public for self-defense and struck down New York’s law that required an applicant to demonstrate “proper cause” to obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun in public. The court also found that gun restrictions must be deeply rooted in American history if they are to survive constitutional scrutiny.

Since Bruen, SCOTUS has reversed federal appeals court decisions that upheld gun restrictions in California, Hawaii, Maryland, and New Jersey.

AID: Both Florida Senators and all 16 of Florida’s Republican House members opposed a pork-laden bill that allocated a tiny percentage to Hurricane Ian relief. Leftie jerknalist news sources headlined their opposition as, “Florida Senators Request More Federal Aid Despite Not Voting For Hurricane Relief.


FLORIDA: CLICK [:18]. Hurricane Ian knocked out power to 2.6 million customers across Florida. Since then, crews have been feverishly working and state officials hope that, by Sunday, power will be restored to customers whose power lines were damaged, but not destroyed.

IMPLICIT BIAS: Health care workers in some areas are being forced to attend training courses which are grounded in the belief that white people are inherently racist and so will naturally treat white patients better. The solution is for whites to learn to give preferential treatment to non-whites. White doctors, nurses, and health care workers who refuse to attend the course and/or refuse to admit to their alleged racism can not obtain a license or work in the profession.

MEDIA: “Over the last week, the mainstream news media claimed that hurricanes are becoming more frequent & intense, but they’re not, as the data clearly show. What’s more, it’s clear that the media are engaging in *deliberate* misinformation. These aren’t innocent mistakes.” – Michael Shellenberger

For example, an article at the Financial Times claimed that NOAA data show hurricane frequency is on the rise. But NOAA says, “There is essentially no long-term trend in hurricane counts.

PENNSYLVANIA: Senatorial candidate and stroke-survivor John Fetterman’s campaign praised his sweat suits and tattoos as signs that he is kicking authority in the gonads. CLICK [:13].

And when MSNBC’s Chris Hayes asked him how he’s doing, Fetterman responded, “I’m doing fantastic. And, and uh, it’s not about ehh kicking balls uh in the authority.” CLICK [:13].

SON OF MAN: [7:48] – Fascinating conversation!

Mark 14:62 (NIV): “’I am,’ said Jesus. ‘And you will see the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of the Mighty One and coming on the clouds of heaven.’

Daniel 7:13-14 (NIV0: “In my vision at night I looked, and there before me was one like a son of man, coming with the clouds of heaven. He approached the Ancient of Days and was led into his presence. He was given authority, glory and sovereign power; all nations and peoples of every language worshiped him. His dominion is an everlasting dominion that will not pass away, and his kingdom is one that will never be destroyed.”

VAXXX: In a single study of 10,277 breastfeeding women who got a booster jab, 121 infants had problems afterwards… but the nature of these problems has not been disclosed. The researchers concluded that the boosters are “well tolerated” among lactating individuals. Most of said researchers are sponsored by vaccine companies, two specifically by companies that manufacture the ‘rona jab.


CLICK – Who needs a button when you can talk? I had a super smart cat once named Gabriel. He’d go to the door, stretch up and get his paws on the knob and, I swear, if he’d had any grip at all, he’d have opened it, because he knew which way to turn it. AND he would say, “meeout” while he did it. On my honor. Cross my heart. Smartest, bestest ever cat! Even the apartment Super liked him and he hated cats! LOL

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