18 thoughts on “News/Politics 7-17-21

  1. Does Biden’s Minister of Truth even hear herself admitting that the government is actually colluding with Big Tech to destroy free speech in the USA?

    Who actually determines what is ‘misinformation’? Should every Dem that posted misinformation about the Russian hoax be immediately banned? Should the Minister of Truth be banned from all social media because she works for the single biggest manufacturer of misinformation in the world?

    This coming from a bunch of frauds… how laughable.

    It seems that the Dems know what’s about to happen after the results of the forensic audits are announced – their agenda now needs to be rapidly advanced…


    “White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Friday that people on social media “shouldn’t be banned from one platform and not others” if they post “misinformation online,” namely about COVID-19 vaccines.

    “So a couple of the steps that we have, you know, that could be constructive for the public health of the country are providing for Facebook or other platforms to measure and publicly share the impact of misinformation on their platform, and the audience it’s reaching, also with the public, with all of you, to create robust enforcement strategies that bridge their properties and provide transparency about rules, you shouldn’t be banned from one platform and not others, if you, for providing misinformation out there,” Psaki told reporters during a White House briefing.

    She added: “Taking faster action against harmful posts, as you all know, information travels quite quickly.””

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  2. Wow, the rare judge who actually follows the Constitution!


    “A Texas federal judge on Friday ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), an Obama-era policy that shields certain illegal immigrants from being deported, is unlawful and blocked new applications from being filed.

    U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen argued that the policy goes against the Constitution because Congress never provided the executive branch authorization to grant deportation reprieves to illegal immigrants in the United States. DACA, which was established in 2012 by President Barack Obama’s administration, has granted an estimated 800,000 individuals protection.

    After arguing that the Department of Homeland Security violated the Administrative Procedure Act, Hanen ruled that DHS now needs to stop approving new DACA applications. The order doesn’t affect the status of current DACA recipients, the judge wrote.”


  3. More on Tychicus’ second link.

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  4. Of course they do…


    Yeah, and one of the pesky kind that actually ask tough questions, unlike the lapdogs at WaPo.

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  5. Facebook only cares about policing one side’s speech.


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  6. Such nice people…. 🙄



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  8. CONTENT WARNING!!!!!!!!!

    This is what they’re teaching kids at the library today.


    It’s appalling and unacceptable, so how did it even make it in the door then?


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  10. Man pretending he’s a woman exposes self to women and young girls, parents protest, Antifa shows up to “protect the trans” and then the cops come.

    Kudos to LA’s finest, for remembering how to properly deal with Antifa.




  11. And I would suggest that under today’s standards, the beatings by police are acceptable.

    You see it’s mostly Spanish cops (Morales, Santos) beating white privileged college students.

    So it’s cool. They deserve it due to systematic racism. BLM and the press only care when it’s white cops beating minorities.


  12. We should go ahead and do a full forensic audit in all 50 states…


    “A Wisconsin representative on Friday said 2020 election reviews being done in the state should be expanded into a “full forensic audit” following alleged irregularities being revealed in Arizona and Georgia.

    State Rep. Timothy Ramthun, a Republican, formally requested “a more comprehensive audit” from former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, who is leading a conducting a review of the election at the behest of Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos along with retired police officers, and the Legislative Audit Bureau, which lawmakers authorized earlier this year to investigate the election.

    Vos and the audit bureau did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

    Ramthun is pushing for the forensic audit after reviewing recently released information from two counties.

    An election integrity group presented ballot images this week they said show “provable fraud” occurred in the 2020 hand count audit in Fulton County, Georgia. Additionally, the county double-scanned nearly 200 ballots.

    Auditors conducting a forensic audit in Arizona’s largest county, meanwhile said during a hearing on Thursday that they uncovered major concerns about some 100,000 ballots. The auditors are seeking more items, including splunk logs, from Maricopa County officials, who vigorously contest the irregularity claims.

    “It is vital to our democratic process that the Wisconsin Legislature acknowledges the alarming information that threatens the very fabric of our society,” Ramthun said.

    “In order to preserve our God-given rights and ensure that citizens can have confidence in the integrity of our elections, I am requesting it be added to the scope of the Wisconsin audit to” inspect paper mail-in ballots in Wisconsin’s 5th Congressional District, review the digital files of ballots to make sure no double-scanning occurred, and thoroughly examine cybersecurity aspects of election equipment to make sure no tampering took place.

    “If any of these indicators are found, these ballots should be separated from the official ballots, and a chain of custody/investigation into the origin of any fraudulent ballots should take place. All fraudulent ballots should not be counted,” Ramthun said.

    He said it is crucial that lawmakers in Wisconsin acknowledge the evidence put forth in Arizona and Georgia and alleged everyone would benefit from an audit because it could support claims that the election was run securely.”


  13. Bingo.



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