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GRAMMY NOTES: Speaking of “most important work” … I’ve got grandkids coming today!!!! They’re staying FIVE days!!! We haven’t seen them IRL since before the plandemic, so I expect much “YOU GOT SO BIG!” astonishment.

2A: Shortly after meeting with anti-gun activists, the CDC removed defensive gun use stats from its website.

CANADA: [6:31] – The number of comments from Canadians on this video is really sad. It’s no joke. The nationalized health care (like Obamacare!) end up just like Sarah Palin said it would. Bean counting death panels. Best comment: “If only the Canadian politicians would line up for this amazing offer.”

CHIEF TWIT: “Twitter’s contact with the FBI was constant and pervasive, as if it were a subsidiary. Between January 2020 and November 2022, there were over 150 emails between the FBI and former Twitter Trust and Safety chief Yoel Roth. … A surprisingly high number are requests by the FBI for Twitter to take action on election misinformation, even involving joke tweets from low-follower accounts.”

GOOD SAMARITANS: The Boston Globe awarded the citizens of Martha’s Vineyard the title of “Bostonians of the Year” for stepping up to feed and house 49 Venezuelans for 48 hours … before shipping them off to a military base.

HOODIE BOY: The New York Slime included John Fetterman on their list of the 93 “Most Stylish people of the Year.

JAY LENO: [9:24] – Wow. I’m not a big fan of stand-up comedy, so never paid much attention to Jay Leno. I’m so touched by his story.

NATURAL IMMUNITY: Also in the comments – “Prolonged mask use which raised cortisol levels is a perfect combo for weakening one’s immune system.” “Also compromised immune systems from the gene serum.”

VAXXX: Omicron subvariants BQ and XBB accounted for nearly 73% of new COVID-19 infections last week. A new study shows the updated booster shots and monoclonal antibodies mostly ignore them.

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