9 thoughts on “News/Politics 7-5-21

  1. These people suck.


    They’re anti-American trash.


  2. I wondered why this story flashed unto my feed and then quickly disappeared….

    It’s ‘cuz they’re black, which this story never does get around to mentioning….

    Funny that…. 🙄

    “Armed Standoff On Massachusetts Highway Was With Black Separatist Militia…”


    “Massachusetts state police said 11 people who were arrested following an hours-long armed standoff that partially shut down Interstate 95 on Saturday claimed membership of the group Rise of the Moors, which police said calls itself a militia and follows “sovereign citizens” ideology.

    Police said the group claims to adhere to “Moorish Sovereign Ideology”.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors extremist groups in the US, says the Moorish sovereign citizen movement is a collection of independent organizations and individuals that emerged in the 1990s as an offshoot of the antigovernment sovereign citizens’ movement.

    People in the movement believe individual citizens hold sovereignty over, and are independent of, federal and state governments.

    One of the people arrested in Massachusetts was a male juvenile and two others refused to give their names, police said. Those arrested were charged with offenses including unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition and the use of body armor in commission of a crime.

    Troopers recovered three AR-15 rifles, two pistols, a bolt-action rifle, a shotgun and a short-barrel rifle.”


  3. She’s just another idiot grifter, the female Jesse or Al.



  4. ———


    Pffftt… She don’ need no stinkin’ facts….


  5. Can anyone blame them? The same goes for the ridiculous CRT ideology.

    Unfortunately, our soldiers will eventually be replaced by SJWs. We need our military to be strong, not weak.


    “Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) said he was informed by some members of the U.S. military that they would leave if the armed forces mandated a COVID-19 vaccine, coming after a report claimed Army headquarters told commanders to prepare for mandatory vaccinations in September.

    “I’ve been contacted by members of our voluntary military who say they will quit if the COVID vaccine is mandated. I introduced HR 3860 to prohibit any mandatory requirement that a member of the Armed Forces receive a vaccination against COVID-19. It now has 24 sponsors,” Massie wrote on Twitter. He didn’t provide more details.

    It’s not clear how the service members could quit or how many would try to do so.

    The Republican lawmaker was referring to a report published by the Army Times over the weekend that detailed an executive order sent by the Department of the Army Headquarters that commands should be prepared to administer COVID-19 vaccines starting as early as Sept. 1. The date is contingent on when the Food and Drug Administration issues its full approval of the vaccines.Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) said he was informed by some members of the U.S. military that they would leave if the armed forces mandated a COVID-19 vaccine, coming after a report claimed Army headquarters told commanders to prepare for mandatory vaccinations in September.”

    “The congressman also pointed to a Department of Defense study published in late June that found a higher number of military members who got the vaccine experienced higher than expected rates of heart inflammation.

    U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force physicians found 23 cases of myocarditis, a type of heart inflammation, in previously healthy men. They developed the condition within four days of getting the vaccine, the study published in JAMA Cardiology found.

    It comes weeks after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) panel found a higher rate of heart inflammation after mRNA vaccines were administered.”


  6. Your body does not belong to you when you enlist in the military. You have no say over your vaccines. Why else would my husband be vaccinated against the bubonic plague?


  7. Michelle: Soldiers and others in the military give up their bodies for the good of others and defending our nation – this is completely different. It’s not a vaccine, and these military members know it can cause irreparable harm, even death. Permanent heart damage or death outweighs all risks, especially in peace time.

    They most likely wouldn’t quit the military – they just wouldn’t show up for the mandated injection. They would then probably receive an Article 15 and be forced out. It would be worth it in consideration of their health for the rest of their lives.

    Further, forced injection of this experimental gene therapy is a national security risk. What happens when our military is disabled because a year or so later, they develop disabling auto-immune disorders? And that’s who would remain after the injections have knocked out the more vulnerable ones within a week to eight months.

    Also, a Gulf War Veteran recently testified that he learned the hard way in terms of trusting the government. From experience, he said that if you do have an adverse reaction to the injection (or anything else during your service) it will take YEARS to DECADES of a never-ending battle with the VA to acknowledge and care for you (just look, for example, how long it took Vietnam Vets to be recognized and treated b/c of Agent Orange).

    It would make far more sense to issue Ivermectin to all service members and stop fussing about it. These are healthy men and women with strong immune systems and almost zero chance of being adversely effected from the virus.

    This is more than likely a power play by the current administration to force attrition in order to have a more compliant, more coercible military. Unfortunately, they are already bringing down our military far too fast, which certainly doesn’t bode well for our nation…


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