6 thoughts on “News/Politics 6-5-21

  1. Way past time for this…


  2. In matters like these I’ll take the opinion of the guy who didn’t sleep thru most of it. 🙂



  3. The hack gets called out again.



  4. Follow the science!

    Even though the scientists didn’t.

    “Pompeo: NIH Tried to Suppress State Dept.’s COVID Origin Investigation”


    “Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused the National Institute of Health (NIH) of trying to suppress his department’s investigation into COVID-19’s origins.

    Pompeo also ripped into Dr. Anthony Fauci’s China remarks.”

    “NIH Suppression
    Pompeo said he received the “typical pushback” within the State Department from people who did not like former President Donald Trump. At the same time, on the outside, NIH also wanted him to stop investigating COVID-19:

    LAURA INGRAHAM, FOX NEWS HOST: Joining me now is Mike Pompeo, former secretary of state and distinguished fellow at the Hudson Institute. Secretary Pompeo, thank you for joining us. What we’ve learned over the past few days about Fauci and the NIH, and the State Department is truly disturbing. Your reaction.

    MIKE POMPEO, FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE: Laura it should come as no surprise to anyone that there are folks at State Department that didn’t like President Trump, didn’t like me, didn’t like what we were doing and were going to work to thwart our efforts. So it’s no great surprise to hear Fauci this morning talk about how the Chinese have an interest in us discovering what happened. It’s just crazy talk. The Chinese have a deep interest in covering it up and they’ve done so pretty darn effectively. In fact, it was the State Department that ultimately, we had we had big fights inside the organization, but it was us ultimately, who put out documents in January 15 that demonstrated some of the central facts we now know that lead to the overwhelming amount of evidence that demonstrates that this probably did come from this virology lab. It was good work by the State Department team. We overcame lots of internal bureaucracy to get there. And lots of internal debate from NIH folks who were trying to suppress what we’re doing the State Department as well.”


  5. Thank Biden and Harris.

    They built this.

    “Smugglers offering migrants VIP packages which promise security, food and no long walks”


    “The Houston Chronicle published a report yesterday on a new trend in migrant smuggling from Central America to the US: VIP packages. Traditionally, if you wanted to get from, say El Salvador, to Texas or Arizona, you were looking at a very long, very dangerous trip often traveling by foot. You were also at the mercy of kidnappers, gangs and anyone else who looked to profit or take advantage of you along the way. But as cartels have come to dominate the flow of migrants, they are also expanding their offerings.

    Susana, a 35-year-old from El Salvador desperate to come to the U.S., had heard stories of migrants being raped and murdered. So she paid a hefty $10,000 early this year for a VIP package: It came with a promise to smuggle her to Houston with “guaranteed security,” rides, food, lodging and no long walks…

    Some migrants venture on their own and pay smugglers as they go for specific legs of the trip, but Susana was worried about her journey and was sold when the “viajero,” as smugglers are called, promised a secure trip. Susana did not want her last name identified because she is an immigrant in the country illegally and said she feared for her safety.

    Susana crossed the Rio Grande and is now somewhere in Houston. But as she describes, the smuggling doesn’t stop when you cross the border. In fact, much of the effort takes place on the US side where smugglers are paid to get illegal immigrants past a set of internal checkpoints along highways headed north.

    After traversing the Rio Grande into the U.S., migrants go through what is known as the second crossing: checkpoints located miles from the international boundaries but still inside border states. Texas has 18 of them, including one of the busiest in the country, the Laredo North Station on Interstate 35…

    Many smuggling operators unload migrants from vehicles before crossing a checkpoint, typically with one person guiding them on foot to circumvent the stop point. After walking for hours through the inhospitable arid lands of South Texas they are picked up, usually by another truck, many miles ahead en route to their final destinations. In Texas, it usually means Houston, a major hub for smuggling distributions to eastern and northern cities in the country.

    Susana wound up being shuttled between various migrant stash houses in the midst of the Texas power outage. If you search local news outlets along the Texas border you’ll find news of stash houses being busted almost every day. Here’s one from yesterday: “U.S. Border Patrol and Laredo police shut down three stash houses and detained more than 180 migrants within hours of each other on Wednesday.” Once migrants are moved into stash houses close to where they will be released to relatives already living in the US, they get extorted for more money:”


    They operate with impunity, the Border Patrol too overwhelmed to enforce any laws. Joe Biden is complicit in the largest human smuggling operation in world history.


  6. Pres. Trump exposed these RINOs, and it’s high time that they face the music. The consequences need to be far stronger, however.


    “The Georgia Republican Party on Saturday approved a resolution censuring Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, local media reported.

    The Georgia GOP during a convention approved a resolution that says Raffensperger, a Republican, failed to perform his duties in “accordance with the laws of the Constitution of the State of Georgia,” WSB-TV reported.

    The document says the failure stemmed from Raffensperger entering into a settlement agreement with the Democratic Party of Georgia, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The agreement saw Raffensperger agree to promote and enforce regulations regarding prompt notification if a mail-in ballot was rejected and regarding county clerks’ signature reviews of absentee ballot envelopes and ballots.

    Georgia Republicans accused Raffensperger of “undermining the security of our elections by allowing mass mailings of absentee applications by his office and third parties which created opportunities for fraud and overwhelmed election offices; rendering accurate signature matching nearly impossible; allowing ballot drop boxes without proper chain of custody; and ignoring sworn affidavits and disregarding evidence of voter fraud.””


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