The Right Sounds Like the Pitiful Left When DJT Was POTUS

Look at what the GOP is doing specifically to deal with 2022, the extant issues and the direct and focused elimination of our constitutional republic. Just look, Observe. See for yourself. And remember Phineas Gage, my latest obsession.

You want nonpareil? This is it.

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Truth warriors and verity sentries, the primary political focus of this channel initially pivoted decidedly towards the 2020 “election.” And how couldn’t it? The CV1984 claptrap is prolix and dutiful and woke heteroclite psephologists are now zeroing attention to address the incomprehensible (now) reality: a Joe Biden presidency. That simple. And I’ve (again) one focus, scilicet unabashed unvarnished naked truth. Join us. Mother America is under attack ideologically and spiritually by an enemy determined to destroy Her foundation and essential principles. This is an existential fight and as such requires the commitment of a new centurion, a heteroclite truth warrior committed to protecting our constitutional republic. But it’s a new war and a new enemy. Political left and right are dead. Liberal versus conservative might have made sense during the Reagan epoch but not now.

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9 Responses
  1. June Bug

    I believe in God. I do not believe the “Divine” has fallen off the throne.

    Interesting read about FDR and how he laid the dems foundation. Another huge sham in American history of which people are totally uninformed/misinformed.

    The patients have been running the asylum forever past, present, and future.

  2. Robert Hoffman

    Love Trump or hate him, he built as much WALL as he could get done. For the past four years I have made a trip to the Mexico/ Arizona border. In 2016 there was what looked like a split rail fence south of Douglas, AZ. but now there and to the west, for miles, is a bug steel wall. I believe this is still a large grass roots item that can be an election issue that will resonate with the American people. National security sells and should not be shoved aside.

  3. Defense888

    Carmalita Katyniam sour grapes?
    Tipped their hand?
    Caught in a tick and a tell?
    She’s pretty stupid remember.

  4. Bopland

    Now I ask you: what can be expected of man since he is a being endowed with strange qualities? Shower upon him every earthly blessing, drown him in a sea of happiness, so that nothing but bubbles of bliss can be seen on the surface; give him economic prosperity, such that he should have nothing else to do but sleep, eat cakes and busy himself with the continuation of his species, and even then out of sheer ingratitude, sheer spite, man would play you some nasty trick. – Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    Alanis Morissette – Ironic

    I went back to work today. The foot traffic on Michigan Ave. was almost normal, something I haven’t seen in over a year. Sometimes my colleagues make sense and sometimes they don’t. I guess we will try it again tomorrow.

  5. Tealady

    Things here are ramping up again. They have extended the Victorian lockdown. I am staggered that more people have not risen up and demanded the b********t to stop.

    Those in politics who espouse traditional values are, I feel, deliberately ineffective. I have watched the decline over 25 years now. What was the ‘Right’ is now left of what was Left at the end of WW2. That is how bad it has become. I had dinner recently at our Parliament House and was regaled with stories of how fantastic things are in China. From a Conservative/Right Member. Really? If we speak of infiltration, we are accused of paranoia.

    When we can SEE the cars painted with the CCP secret service logo patrolling the Chinese areas of our city is that paranoia?

    I have done my best here. Just asking people if it is fair for the government to tax the rain, gets me blank looks, and yet that is precisely what is happening to our farmers. It’s just a matter of time before they tax householders for collected rainwater. In fact there is a faction of madness that says we must let it go ‘for the environment’. The only problem with that theory is that it would run down the drains and out to sea.

    I have heard of plans to put a grease trap in each household. This would mean the grey water going into the sewers would be free of large contaminants. The householder would have to pay for the installation of the device and then pay for periodic cleaning by a professional as is the case for hospitality outlets
    In some suburbs now, it is compulsory to install a complete water filtration/ recycling system when a new home is built – but not for apartment complexes. No change out of $20K plus around $300 electricity costs/ quarter to run the thing and then an annual compulsory testing inspection. Many of us were forced to install solar panels in order to have affordable electricity. All of these schemes shifts the cost of essential infrastructure to the people. Bit by bit home ownership is becoming unattainable for all but the well off.

    Remember Herr Schwab, you will own nothing, but you will be very happy.

    It’s no coincidence that the incidence of crime and mental illness reduces in line with lower housing density. It’s also no coincidence that when you pack, stack and rack people into large cities, they are easier to control.