Bits & Bytes

ABORTION: According to an abortion industry report, the number of legal abortions in the United States decreased by about 32,260 during the first six months after Roe v. Wade was overturned.

BLIND JUSTICE: Not any more. The Biden DOJ, which saw to the incarceration of innocent J6 protesters, is recommending no jail time and just three years of probation for the trannie who has confessed to committing violent hate crimes against St. Louise Catholic Church in Bellevue, WA. He said he smashed the glass doors, destroyed a statue of the Blessed Mother, assaulted an employee, and spray painted profane messages such as “F*** Catholics” on church property, because he was mad about the overturning of Roe v. Wade. He caused an estimated $30,000 in property damage.

Washington state law says, “Every person who goes onto the land of another and who removes timber, crops, minerals, or other similar valuable property from the land, or wrongfully causes waste or injury to the land, or wrongfully injures personal property or improvements to real estate on the land, is liable to the injured party for treble the amount of the damages caused by the removal, waste, or injury.” IOW, that trannie owes St. Louise Catholic Church $90,000; CINO Joe thinks he should just walk away with a slap on the wrist.

CATHOLIC: During Holy Week this year, Fr. David Michael Moses (29) heard 1167 confessions. “Do I care about numbers? Not really. Do I care about the salvation of souls? Oh yeah. That’s all I care about. And each confession was a soul that walked in with sin, then walked out a new creation. 1167 beautiful moments of grace, and the only witnesses were the angels… and me. I wasn’t there when Jesus came back to life, but I saw 1167 people come back to life last week. I love being a priest. Praise God. Happy Easter, my family.” CLICK to see his Instagram video. ❤

HATE CRIMES: Family Research Council has been tracking anti-church attacks for years. According to their data, there have been 69 such attacks in the first three months of 2023, including 53 incidents of vandalism, 10 suspicious fires, three gun-related incidents, and three bomb threats, including one in which a pipe bomb was recovered outside Philadelphia’s 127-year-old St. Dominic Catholic Church.

In 2018, there were only 50 such incidents in the entire year.

INDIANA: On Wednesday, Gov. Holcomb signed into law a bill that prohibits medical professionals from distributing puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones as well as committing “gender transition” surgeries to minors. FAUXTUS’ spox, KJP, called such laws “discriminatory” and “terrifying.”

LOUISIANA: State Rep. Jeremy LaCombe switched from Democrat to Republican, officially giving Republicans a veto-proof majority in the House.

MICHIGAN: On Wednesday, Gov. Whitmer repealed the state’s 1931 statute that made abortion a felony punishable by up to four years in prison. Whitmer called all ongoing efforts to ban abortion in other states “sickening.”

OOPS: The backlash over Anheuser Busch putting a trannie on the Bud Light can has allegedly caused some consternation at the management level. The word is they have paused marketing of the Dylan Mulvaney Bud Light cans and that “no one at the senior level” of the company was aware of what a “low-level marketing staffer” was up to.

PFIZER: Dr. McCullough explains how unsuspecting patients were jabbed with contaminated vaxxxine. “Under Emergency Use Authorization, the vaccine companies and their subcontractors do not have any inspections of the final filled and finished vials. This is unprecedented for a widely used product of any type.

RAD TRAD: [:57] – Sen. Josh Hawley tweeted, “I specifically asked Merrick Garland whether the FBI was targeting Catholic parishes and he said no. Now it turns out the FBI was using undercover sources in multiple parishes.

VAXXX: Did your health provider suggest, encourage, or downright nag you to get the jab? He or she may have been responding to financial incentives like the one Anthem BC/BS Medicaid (graphic) sent to Kentucky doctors. Not only were doctors receiving a cash bonus for each Anthem member that got the jab, but there was a second bonus of up to $125 per patient if the practice jabbed 75% of its total Anthem members.

GRAMMY NOTES: I remember watching my kids running around outside after church and telling a fellow parishioner, “It’s hard to let them run free when they’re each wearing $300 on their noses and have another $300 inside their shoes.” (Re: shoes – They inherited a congenital foot problem from Dearest’s family and wore orthotics practically from birth. I didn’t bronze their baby shoes, but I did save their first foot castings and orthotics, which were adorably teensy weensy!


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. I’ve wondered for a while whether MDs were getting kickbacks for browbeating unwilling patients into taking the Fauci Ouchie. Of course, I’ve also wondered if they got kickbacks for getting people to submit to lots of other questionable (and highly profitable) procedures, like mammograms and colonoscopies, so I guess you could say I’m the suspicious type. Once you’ve been a victim of malpractice, you find it very difficult to trust people who have an MD after their name.


    • chrissythehyphenated

      Dearest told me that, at his last checkup, he told our primary, “This COVID stuff has really damaged my ability to trust the medical profession.” He said Dr. S. looked shocked and taken aback, but didn’t say anything. We have no idea what he thinks. The office still pimps vaxxx first thing on their answering machine message, but he hasn’t pursued it with either of us past our first two “not now, not evers.”

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