Dear Twitter, Get On These Nuts. -The Management.

In 1994 and 1995 when I lived in New York I read the New York Times every day from cover to cover and it was very good. Now they print whatever lies suit them to advance the political agenda of the Democrat party and they cannot deny it with a straight face to any reasonably honest person.

I stand on what I said. The level of yellow Journalism at the NYT makes me want to puke and I know I have as much if not more experience writing than they do on the average. 21 years for me.

Nobody goes to Joe Biden’s rallies, Twitter. Prove me wrong or get a lawyer, Jack. I’m dropping a federal civil rights violation lawsuit on you and I can tell you now that you are going to lose no matter who your lawyer is or how many you bring to court with you. Didn’t Joe Biden have to cancel one rally because nobody showed up?

I have seen with my own eyes that if Donald Trump says he’s going to have a get together here in Las Vegas tomorrow 30,000 patriots will show up just to say thank you. Bet me a million dollars they wouldn’t. I’ve heard thousands of very polite and friendly people, people whom Hillary Clinton described as “a basket of deplorables” when I was still willing to vote for her, and did.

I actually had to go to a Trump rally in Las Vegas to see for myself what type of monsters support this bad man all the Democrats are terrified of and hate so vehemently they’re willing to kill destroy America, and the Constitution, and even take the lives and livelihoods of innocent people to prove to everyone just how bad he is. What I saw were tens of thousands of very nice people of every shape size, creed and color being themselves and not one of them pointed a finger at me because I was with the press after I told them I was there to observe objectively nothing more, nothing less.

Meanwhile Trump has brokered peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, and then with Bahrain about a week later. What has the New York Times done to bring peace to NYC? Not one fucking word. Instead they write to incite. They advocate for public displays of violence by blaming President Trump for shit that even a blind jackass could see is on their own heads.

This bullshit with antifa and BLM whom we I myself know are and arm of the DNC and have for years is a red flag operation and not even a half ass decent one at that. But it is deadly serious and the NYT has a hefty share of the blame to shoulder.

Just as contributory negligence is a phrase that will fuck an insurance claimant in court faster than the Energeezer Bunny on Viagra it also can be applied in any civil dispute and that’s what’s waiting for you at trial, Jack.

What are you going to say when Trump wins, Jack? You know you’re so fucked when he does and you know as well as i do that he is going to win. You know it, I know it, everybody knows it.

To the 83,000,000 people following Donald Trump @realDonaldTrump I urge you to delete your accounts in a show of force, respect and love for our nation, our flag and our President. Our work here is done anyway so why should Twitter be the recipient of any benefit from our hard work when all they ever did was obstruct us at every opportunity? What do you need Twitter or Fakebook for when you have a phone dumbass. You can do all of those things yourself, DUH.

Get off your fat lazy ass and call somebody you love, dick. Send them some pictures directly don’t make a mother fucker go looking for it on Facebook or Twitter. Show some love. Skype your Grandma and Grandpa in the nursing home, or in Timbuktu, wherever they are and show them your love face to face, not by clicking on a heart emoji. You gave all of that responsibility to social media giants and look what happened. They think they can decide what you think and say now. They hold themselves to be above and beyond the law specifically the first Amendment and I can assure you they’re not.

Have they brought you closer to anyone? Nope. Quite the opposite and that is seemingly what they had planned all along. That is called social engineering, not social media. Your smart phone can do everything for you that Fakebook or Twitter can do if you get off your lazy dead ass and do it. If you’re that hard up to impress a complete stranger then dial random numbers and talk to whoever answers like a dear old friend long unseen, and see what happens.

Censorship used to be an ugly work in America and now it’s the new normal. It’s trending and is supposed to be acceptable because a bunch of trolls and spam bots told you so while a board of censors are pouring over your every tweet looking for the bad keywords you cannot use. Trend on these nuts.

We tolerated and respected Obama because he won, and than it was because if you said anything bad about the first black President you were branded a racist by the NYT and other media rags and TV news. Fuck Obama I say it here and now and I know it is true by the evidence I have seen Obama is a traitor and so is Biden. I said it before Trump had the courage to and I’ll say it again and again. I’ll shout it from the rooftops until someone hears me in the DOJ and hopefully goes after them instead of arresting me like they did Roger Stone.

Donald Trump you said before that you would use every resource to go after these people. I have begged the ACLU for help twice when I was brutalized by cops and they said they had better things to do like sue McDonald’s because some stupid bitch didn’t comprehend the word hot. Contributory negligence would have won that case for McDonald’s but apparently, they’re stupid too.

If you or whomever will spring for the attorney I’ll split the jury award with you 50/50 and I’ll donate 90% of my half to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital which I just happened to have helped build. And love. It’s not about me in the least and I am not looking to profit from your crimes, Jack, I’m seeking retribution for them for those against whom you have practiced those crimes. Humanity.

Twitter and Facebook you are hereby put on notice that you are erring on the wrong side of history and by the time we patriots get through with you there won’t be anything left but a lot of worthless stock certificates and the liberal tears running down your legs.

I have never lost a civil law dispute. You know why, Jack? Because I was trained at law and the first lesson on kicking your attorney’s ass all over the courtroom was never pick a fight you haven’t already won. I taught the Archdiocese of New York and Westchester County a lesson about messing with my First Amendment rights in 1994 so before you go hiring a law firm you might want to have a chat with that attorney priest the Diocese sent to convince me I had no case and that I was wrong to sue Westchester County for $300,000,000 dollars for violating my civil rights. He had to admit he was wrong on every point he raised and I was right.

I’m calling you out, Mark and you Jack, and The New York Fucking Times too. You exist at the pleasure of the people you serve, just like Congress does. Just like them that fact has escaped you somehow and you seem to believe that you are too big to fall. We shall see about that on November 4th. We’ll see what you have to say then when you know Trump and the DOJ and the full weight of the Senate Judiciary is going to come down on you hard.

In my opinion you are all garbage and you know it. In the parlance of computer programming what GIGO means don’t you? Garbage in, garbage out.

You’re out.

If Democrats Want Criminal Justice Reform, They Should Work with Republicans

The White House – June 30th, 2020
A year and a half ago, President Trump signed historic prison reform into law. Now, once again, he is looking to work across the aisle in bipartisan fashion to “increase public safety for all communities, particularly Black Americans,” White House advisor Ja’Ron Smith writes in The Hill.
 
“But congressional Democrats are, sadly, playing politics with police reform.”
 
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During the first 3 weeks of June, 75 people were shot in Atlanta. Eleven have died. “These are not police shootings. They’re civilians shooting civilians. They don’t carry the outrage and notoriety that a cop shooting someone will. But the victims are just as dead,” Bill Torpy writes in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

President Trump’s recent action to suspend certain foreign guest worker visas will not hurt the U.S. economy, Matthew Tragesser writes. “The influx of foreign labor, largely via the suspended visa programs, has stagnated and depressed wages for Americans for decades.” Read more in The Daily Caller.

Since April, the U.S. Small Business Administration has approved more than 4.7 million loans totaling over half a trillion dollars. “SBA worked with 5,500 lenders of all sizes, including 4,000 community banks, 1,000 credit unions, 302 Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), 170 Minority Depository Institutions, [and] 54 farm credit institutions,” SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza writes in the Orlando Sentinel.

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Democrats prioritize politics over public health

ITEM #1: Are Democrats serious about effectively combating the coronavirus threat?

It appears not.

National Democrats stalled an economic rescue package in the U.S. Senate by insisting on a wish list of left-wing policy proposals that have failed to gain support on their own — and that have absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with tackling the virus situation.  

Marc Lotter, Director of Strategic Communications for the Trump 2020 campaign, provides a partial list of the Democrats’ outrageous political demands:solar/wind tax creditspostal service debtelection law changescarbon emission limits$35M for Kennedy Centerimmigration expansionreturn of Obamaphonescommunity newspaper retirement plans$15 minimum wage
As James S. Robbins put it in a column for USA Today, “The 1119-page bill is Christmas in March for liberal special interests.”

Now, if you’re a sane person, you might be wondering how taking steps like imposing further limits on carbon emissions, or offering tax credits for solar and wind power, or expanding immigration would possibly have any effect in combatting a threat to public health.

The answer, of course, is: It wouldn’t. 

But no matter. Democrats sense an opportunity to exploit the current public panic in order to force their long-standing wish list of progressive policies on society, and so that’s what they’re going to try to do.

Actually addressing the crisis? Apparently that’s for others to worry about. 

As Obama’s former chief-of-staff, Rahm Emanuel, once said: Never let a crisis go to waste.

Fortunately, on Tuesday, President Trump declared in a tweet: “This will never be approved by me, or any other Republican!”

Amen.

ITEM #2: After President Trump noted that the anti-malaria drug chloroquine *might* help battle coronavirus, the media rushed to blame the president for the death of an Arizona man who reportedly tried it without a doctor’s prescription.

“We saw Trump on TV — every channel — & all of his buddies and that this was safe,” the man’s wife said in a media interview. “Trump kept saying it was basically pretty much a cure.”

Alas, it turned out, the man had taken “a fish tank cleaner.” And as Chuck Woolery noted:

“Chloroquine phosphate is not a med. It’s fish tank cleaner. No one, including President Trump, has ever suggested you take this for the virus. The media knows this. You can’t fix stupid. Why we despise the Press.” 

Added Jessica Fletcher of RealDailyWire:

“I really didn’t expect tonight to devolve into defending the President from being blamed for people drinking fish tank cleaning chemicals, but 2020 is a special kind of stupid.”

Indeed.

ITEM #3: Back in January, Joe Biden, now the Democrats’ frontrunner for President, wrote an editorial that was published by USA Today, in which he referred to President Trump’s travel bans to combat the spread of coronavirus as “reactionary” and claimed they would only make things worse.

In a separate interview on Tuesday, Biden said from his bunker in Wilmington, Delaware (and we dare you to make any sense of this):

“We have to take care of the cure. That will make the problem worse no matter what.”

Huh?

Imagine where we’d be today if Biden had been President back in January.

ITEM #4: On Monday, Joe Biden did a live streaming video in which he said: “Trump keeps saying he’s a wartime president. Well, start acting like one.”

Hmm. Let’s compare and contrast …

During his online video conference, Biden’s teleprompter apparently stopped working, and he got confused and stumbled around in his remarks. Meanwhile, President Trump was conducting a live, two-hour press conference, taking and answering all questions.

We think the country can see who’s a wartime president and who wouldn’t be.

And by the way, Americans seem to be quite satisfied with the President’s leadership on this issue. As reported by The Hill:

“A majority of American voters say they believe the Trump administration is taking strong enough measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey.

“Sixty-one percent of registered voters said they strongly or somewhat agree that the Trump administration is taking strong enough measures to slow or stop the spread of COVID-19, while 39 percent said they strongly or somewhat disagree.”


ITEM #5: We’re not done with Joe Biden just yet.

In his attempt to pander to the increasingly large faction of the Democrat Party that’s obsessed with identity politics, Biden has blatantly promised to engage in racial and gender discrimination.

From The Hill:

“In his debate with Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden made two pledges to voters and asked his opponent to do the same to nominate only a black woman for the next open Supreme Court seat and to choose a woman as his vice president. Even with identity politics, the pledge to impose a gender and race requirement for the next Supreme Court nominee is as ironic as it is troubling. What Biden was declaring, and what Sanders wisely avoided, would effectively constitute discrimination in admission to the Supreme Court. Indeed, the Supreme Court has declared that such race or gender conditions are strictly unconstitutional for admission to public colleges.”

The story’s author, Jonathan Turley, points out that under Biden’s standards, lots of current and past Supreme Court justices would be disqualified from consideration — including many favorites of the left:

“He would not consider a nominee like Ruth Bader Ginsburg because of the color of her skin. He would not consider Thurgood Marshall because of his gender. Louis Brandeis and Oliver Wendell Holmes would be losers under this policy. Indeed, this is just ironic for those four members of the Supreme Court who have voted consistently to uphold admissions policies based on race.”

And Turley adds that, “Imposing an absolute requirement that a nominee be a particular gender and race is effectively an affirmative action pledge. It is precisely what the Supreme Court already declared to be unconstitutional discrimination.”

In other words, Biden’s approach to choosing a nominee for the entity responsible for interpreting the constitution … would itself be unconstitutional.

ITEM #6: Among the left’s most ridiculously misguided ideas in recent years has been the movement to ban plastic bags.

It’s a stupid idea under any circumstances, but has been exposed as especially absurd — and dangerous — in the midst of the coronavirus threat. 

Eight states have imposed plastic-bag bans (fortunately, Nevada is not among them … yet). The problem, as Patrick Gleason of Americans for Tax Reform points out, is that, “All of these laws seek to force or encourage the use of reusable shopping bags, which pose a public health risk at any time and especially during the current pandemic.”

He explains further:

“A 2011 study published by researchers at the University of Arizona and Loma Linda University found that reusable shopping bags are often used for multiple purposes, transported and set down in many difference places, and ‘seldom if ever washed.’ Researchers discovered ‘large numbers of bacteria were found in almost all bags and coliform bacteria in half,’ along with a ‘wide range of enteric bacteria, including several opportunistic pathogens.’ A number of additional studies have found reusable bags can serve as carriers of bacteria that cause food-borne illness.”

Naturally, the danger is only heightened with this new virus on the loose.

And what are we all getting in exchange for increasing these risks to public health? Apparently nothing. As Gleason notes, “[T]here is also proof that reusable shopping bags are ineffective when it comes to reducing litter and benefiting the environment.”

Nice going, guys.

Thankfully, common sense has prevailed in a couple of states that have banned plastic bags, with Maine and New York announcing they’ve suspended their bans. 

Stopping these plastic-bag bans in the midst of our current public health challenges should be a no-brainer for the states with such laws on the books. But they’d be wise to do away with them for good, even after the crisis has passed. And states without such laws, like Nevada, should steer clear.

ITEM #7: The Mueller probe sure seems like ancient history at this point, but there was actually some important news about it this past week. In a nutshell: We just got what has to be the strongest evidence yet that this was nothing but a political gambit from the get-go. 

Writing for National Review, Andrew McCarthy has a piece that outlines the recent developments and what they demonstrate. He writes:

“More than an investigation, the Mueller probe was the wellspring of a political narrative. That becomes clearer as time goes by and more information ekes out … such as new confirmation that, months before Mueller was appointed in May 2017, it was already well understood in Justice Department circles that there was no case of criminal ‘collusion’ between the Trump campaign and Russia.

“Never was that made more obvious than by the Justice Department’s quiet announcement late Monday, under the five-alarm noise of the coronavirus scare, that it has dropped the special counsel’s indictment of Russian companies …”


This might seem puzzling at first glance. But it actually makes perfect sense once you understand the motivation behind the probe. McCarthy explains:

“[Prosecutors] were not going to charge any crime that called for proving Russia’s culpability in court. Their evidence is shaky and, if there were ever an acquittal, the Trump-Russia political narrative would be kaput, while the Putin regime celebrated a huge propaganda coup.

“So why did Team Mueller publicly file an indictment against Russians?

“Because they figured it was a freebie. The prosecutors assumed that they would never have to … you know … prove the case. The Russian defendants were in Russia. There was no way Putin would ever extradite them for an American criminal trial. The prosecutors knew that. What they wrote was not meant to be a real indictment. It was meant to be a press release. It was meant to be what Team Mueller was best at: the spinning of a narrative.”


The piece is truly excellent, and well worth reading in full, which you can do here.
 NOTABLE QUOTES“Every person lecturing you that economic suicide is necessary is still employed and collecting a paycheck.” – Sean Davis

“Our people want to return to work. They will practice Social Distancing and all else, and Seniors will be watched over protectively & lovingly. We can do two things together. THE CURE CANNOT BE WORSE (by far) THAN THE PROBLEM!” – President Donald Trump

“POTUS never said turn the economy back on and ignore the health crisis. He said we need to deal with both crises, draw the right balance, and make sure the cure is not worse than the disease. That’s common sense.” – Andy McCarthy

“Many media fear mongers are in panic right now that the United States might actually go back to work sooner rather than later. They’re trying to say they are worried about the health of Americans but the fact is too many of them are afraid the economy is going to snap back quickly.” – Charles Payne

“Poll: 61 percent of voters say Trump is taking strong enough measures to slow or stop coronavirus spread.  Imagine his numbers if the mainscream media didn’t hate his guts!” – Larry ElderForward to a Friend!
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The White House • October 30, 2019
NEW: Overdose deaths plummet in states hit hardest by drug crisis

For the nearly 20 million Americans battling substance abuse today, the Trump Administration just launched a new website, FindTreatment.gov, designed to help locate the best treatment options tailored to each person’s particular situation and needs.

Despite its importance, finding the best treatment option for those who need it most hasn’t always been easy. This new website scraps the failed one-size-fits-all approach that Washington too often favors, adopting best practices from outside of government to avoid the usual bureaucratic mess and muddle that can plague public projects.

Now, it’s easier than ever to learn about the full range of resources available, from understanding payment and insurance options to locating the right treatment program among the more than 13,000 state-licensed facilities across the country.

  💵 READThe full cost of the opioid crisis? $2.5 trillion over 4 years.

 America’s opioid epidemic is one of the signature issues President Donald J. Trump identified for his Administration to tackle from day one. Before he took office, nearly 64,000 Americans had died from a drug overdose in 2016 alone. Opioid overdoses accounted for more than 42,000 of those deaths—more than any previous year on record.

Today, that crisis shows signs of fading. The United States saw a 5.1% decline in overdose deaths in 2018, including 24% and 17% drops respectively in the hard-hit states of Ohio and Kentucky. Today’s launch will aim to improve those figures even more.

“We designed it with human-centered principles in mind,” White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway said. “We used real words for real people.”

“Overdose deaths drop sharply in States hard hit by opioid crisis.”

Help is available: Visit FindTreatment.gov or share it with a loved one today.

First and Second Lady deliver a message on disaster preparednessToday, 


First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence traveled together to South Carolina in a joint effort to highlight emergency preparedness. The two visited both a local elementary school and nearby military base.

At Lambs Elementary, Mrs. Trump and Mrs. Pence stopped by a classroom packed with more than 50 students learning about the Red Cross’ Pillowcase Project, an emergency response program for children to help them better prepare for natural disasters. Going table to table, the First and Second Ladies greeted the fifth graders and asked what each would put into their pillowcases in the event of an emergency. Before departing, they handed out small flashlights.

The next stop was Joint Base Charleston, where the two met with service members and their families. They thanked the troops for their hard work on behalf of our Nation and learned about the base’s capabilities for disaster response, relief, and recovery.  

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Vice President Mike Pence delivers remarks to American service members and veterans | October 29, 2019


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