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TRANSLATION: Ave María, Hello Mary, grátia plena, grace full, Dóminus tecum. Master with you. Benedícta tu in muliéribus, Blessed you in women, et benedíctus fructus ventris tui, Iesus. and blessed fruits abdomen your, Jesus. Sancta María, Mater Dei, Holy Mary, Mother God, ora pro nobis peccatóribus, pray for us sinners, nunc, et in hora mortis nostræ. Now and in an hour of our death. Amen.

ARIZONA: The Democratic candidate candidate for governor, Katie Hobbs, has refused to debate the Republican candidate, Kari Lake. This is a wise decision. CLICK [1:42] to see Hobbs uh fail to uh answer an uh simple uh question.

On Monday, Hobbs and Lake were scheduled to appear separately at a townhall event. Hobbs was scheduled to go first, but refused to come out when she realized Lake was in the audience. Organizers say she was supposed to be in a holding room “under the rules” … rules they refused to release to the media. Lake said she didn’t know anything about any such rule and said Hobbs should come out and debate her.

Hobbs refused, so Lake agreed to go hide until it was her turn. An organizer said Lake “rattled her opponent. She was big, brash, and very larger than life, Trump-esque.” He noted that her stunt appeared to work, because Hobbs gave a poor performance. Wow. If she can’t even handle having her political opponent sitting in the same room with her, then she is really not cut out to be a governor!

CATHARISM: Satan appears to be recyling this 11th-12th century French heresy for these End Times. The Cathars (aka, Albigensians) taught that all physical matter is evil, thus the God of Creation and His Incarnated Son are likewise evil.

They taught that marriage was wrong, but that any kind of sexual activity was good. They embraced vegetarianism, believed in reincarnation, and praised suicide. They also believed that women could not be saved until they had first been reincarnated as men.

The heresy was defeated primarily by the priest of the Dominican order, who prayed and promoted the praying of the Rosary. St. Dominic was given this powerful tool by Mary herself, in a vision. After trying and failing for years to convince Cathars that their beliefs were wrong and their practices would damn them to an eternity in Hell, he begged the Blessed Virgin Mary for help.

She appeared to him, saying, “Preach my Psalter, composed of 150 Angelic Salutations and fifteen Our Fathers and you will obtain an abundant harvest.” She taught him the fifteen mysteries of the Rosary which directly oppose the heretic’s teachings.

FAUXTUS: Trump played a supercut of some of Dim Joe’s goobers at … uh, uh … oh, you know the thing. CLICK [2:30].

FLORIDA: This week, the state’s Surgeon General issued a new statement, emphasizing that individuals and health care providers evaluate all the potential risks of receiving mRNA COVID-19 jabs against the risks associated with catching the virus. The Florida Department of Health now recommends AGAINST jabbing:

  1. Infants and children under 5 years old;
  2. Healthy children and adolescents 5 years old to 17 years old;
  3. Males ages 18-39 years old.

In addition, males over the age of 60 should note that they risk a 10% increased risk of cardiac-related death within 28 days of getting the jab.

WISCONSIN: Barnes is Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin and the Democrat’s candidate for the U.S. Senate. Barnes has branded himself as a progressive who supports abortion rights, gun control, Medicare for All, the Green New Deal, eliminating the U.S. Senate filibuster, legalizing marijuana, and a $15/hour federal minimum wage.

GRAMMY NOTES: [1:29] – “May the words of the Lord be always in my mind, on my lips and in my heart.” I do this prayer every morning. I have a bottle of holy water in the bedroom that I use to make a puddle in my left palm, then I dip my thumb and do the three crosses. But then I also cross both my ears (“and in my ears”) and then I “wash” my hands with the remaining holy water (“and in my hands”). At bedtime, I spritz the bed with the holy water and say the St. Michael prayer. 🙂

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