Bits & Bytes

ALABAMA: On April 15, a vicious mass shooting at a Sweet 16 birthday party in a sleepy town of just 3,200 souls left four people dead and 32 injured. Why haven’t we heard about it non-stop from the anti-gun left? Because the shooters were black, the victims were black, and the guns were obtained illegally.

FAUXTUS: Even with a cheat sheet and scripted answers, he still fumbles the answers. He’s also still making stuff up, something we can’t blame on dementia since he’s been doing it since he was in short pants. His latest random and pointless lie is that his grandfather died in the same hospital, just two weeks before he was born … which is not even close to true. His grandfather died on September 26, 1941 at John Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland. More than a year later, Joe was born (November 20, 1942) in a different hospital (St. Mary’s Hospital), in a different city (Scranton), and in a different state (Pennsylvania). But yeah, Dumbocrats, go ahead and nominate him for a second term.

KOREA: The US is sending a nuclear submarine to visit South Korea for the first time in four decades.

MAY: I expect it is no coincidence that the month traditionally associated with the Blessed Virgin Mother of God has been designated “Sex Ed for All Month” by her enemy’s followers.

NIGERIA: During the first week of April, Muslim terrorists killed 134 Christians, including a pastor.

TRANS: A Dutch study published in October 2014 claimed to demonstrate that the best way to help gender dysphoric kids become happy, healthy adults was to start puberty-suppression as early as possible, then follow up with cross-sex hormones and gender reassignment surgery. The study is widely cited by proponents of this protocol.

Inexplicably, the “Conclusion” section of the study ignores the fact that one of the 55 patients never reached adulthood. Instead, he died a horrible, painful death as a result of the protocol.

Like Jazz Jennings, the boy in the study was started on puberty blockers at such a young age that, when he went for so-called bottom surgery, his immature penis was too small to provide the tissue needed to create a fake vagina. For the Dutch boy, the surgeons decided to use his intestines. After the surgery, his crotch died and then so did he. (Gruesome photos available at the two links below.)

Jennings had a better, though hardly ideal outcome. Rather than intestines, Jazz’s surgeons used her stomach lining. While the tissue didn’t die, it also didn’t thrive; the teen reality star has had 3 more surgeries after the fake vagina literally came apart. Jazz is now such a “happy, healthy adult” that she has gained 100 pounds due to binge eating and recently weepily told her mother, “I don’t feel like me, ever.”

TUCKER CARLSON: CLICK [2:15] to hear him underestimate the power of the Anti-Christ. He’s right that true things prevail, but according to the Book of Revelation, it’s gonna get a lot worse before Jesus returns and sets it all to rights forever.

VERMONT: The Essex Westford School District is changing its sex ed and reproduction curriculum materials so they use “gender inclusive language.” (Translation: “Nonsense.”) Henceforth, people who have XY chromosomes will be referred to as “persons who produce sperm” while people who have XX chromosome will be referred to as “persons who produce eggs.”

VFAUXTUS: CLICK (or not) [:30] to hear the latest episode of verbal diarrhea from that one special person who is arguably most responsible for keeping a dementia patient in the Oval Office. “I think it’s very important […] for us at every moment in time & certainly this one, to see the moment in time in which we exist & are present & to be able to contextualize it — to understand where we exist in the history and in the moment — as it relates not only to the past but the future.

WASHINGTON: The Olympia School District voted last week to eliminate instrumental music lessons for fourth-graders. Not only will it help them correct their $11.5 million budget shortfall, but also it will fight racism, cuz you know, the greatest music human kind has ever produced obviously promotes “white supremacy culture” and “significant institutional violence.” Also, according to the school board director, some “folks in the community … experience things like a tradition of excellence as exclusionary.

GRAMMY NOTES: “View through a stained glass window” – I did this last year, stuck it in a box, then decided I rather liked it and bought it a mat and frame. Somebody will probably get it for Christmas. In the meantime, I intend to enjoy it. 🙂

Comments Off on Bits & Bytes

Filed under Loose Pollen

Comments are closed.