21 thoughts on “News/Politics 8-4-21

  1. I’ll start! I read that a fourth Capital police officer “committed suicide”….there is something “rotten in Denmark” on this!
    I am reading of officer testimony that they were beaten and attacked by protestors during the Trump Capital Riot…and they feared for their lives and they now suffer from PTSD…..
    Then I watch…actually watch video of officers taking selfies with the protestors..and opening doors, removing gate barriers outside! And we the people are supposed to believe this garbage?
    And I will note I personally know a person who was there….she witnessed officers removing gate barriers before the people entered the capital. She asked why they were removing them. The officers told her they were ordered to remove them…do not tell me the Dems or FBI or whomever was calling the shots that day did not orchestrate this…and it wasn’t Trump!!!

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  2. Around here, football conditioning and practice season has begun in earnest. The conditioning training was for three days a week for two or three weeks in July, but now that August is here, Boy will have football practice five evenings a week. He loves it, and it is good for him.

    God bless (and save) these men who volunteer their time to work with these kids.

    Nightingale has the options of staying to watch or coming home or doing something else while he is at practice. Sometimes she stays, but other times she comes home or goes for a run or something, so she doesn’t feel that it is taking much time from what she wants or needs to do.

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  3. Great job, detectives!

    However, HIPAA laws don’t allow the child molester who is HIV positive to be identified, but businesses can demand vaccine mandates?

    And what about Hunter?


    “Undercover detectives in central Florida arrested 17 people—among whom were three employees of Walt Disney World—over charges related to the targeting of children online for unlawful sexual activity, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office announced on Tuesday.

    The six-day long undercover operation dubbed “Operation Child Protector” took place July 27 through Aug. 1, during which law enforcement officers posed as children on social media platforms, mobile apps, and online dating sites, to investigate potential predators who prey upon children for unlawful sexual activity.

    A total of 17 people were arrested, representing 49 felony and two misdemeanor charges altogether. The suspects’ ages ranged from 26 to 47. They were mostly from the central Florida area, except one who was visiting from California.”

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  4. Honestly I don’t understand anyone’s desire to go to Disney. They have hostility towards believers and they have not hidden that fact. They are part of the “woke” ilk yet my niece continues to take her girls there and my sis in law goes there often with them….. 😞
    Good job on the detectives though…and don’t the employees have to go through a background check…not to say some slip through but they shouldn’t….

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    And this is how you skew the numbers, by planting the seeds of outbreaks….

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  6. Their products are garbage.

    Hacks, the lot of ’em.


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  11. Here’s your tweet of the day.

    The NYT sucks too. Their efforts to humanize OBL into some type of family man are reprehensible.

    Thankfully, a real man spoke up and set the record straight.


  12. Yet another impeachable offense.

    “Defying the Supreme Court, Biden Issues Outrageous Eviction Moratorium”


    “At the direction of President Joe Biden and in defiance of a recent Supreme Court ruling, the Centers for Disease Control issued an illegal 60-day eviction moratorium Tuesday evening.

    “The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is issuing a new order temporarily halting evictions in counties with heightened levels of community transmission in order to respond to recent, unexpected developments in the trajectory of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the rise of the Delta variant. It is intended to target specific areas of the country where cases are rapidly increasing, which likely would be exacerbated by mass evictions,” the CDC released in a statement. “Accordingly, subject to the limitations under ‘Applicability,’ a landlord, owner of a residential property, or other person with a legal right to pursue eviction or possessory action, shall not evict any covered person from any residential property in any county or U.S. territory while the county or territory is experiencing substantial or high levels of community transmission of SARS-CoV-2.”

    The penalties are stiff, although it is unclear where the CDC got the authority to enforce a “law” Congress did not pass. ”

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  13. Biden’s economy.



    “Even with the usual caveat about the poor reliability of this metric as a predictive indicator, this looks like bad news. For the second straight month, ADP projects a decline in job growth, with this big swing and a miss on expectations in July. They show 330,000 jobs added, almost exactly half of what economists expected to see:

    Private sector employment increased by 330,000 jobs from June to July according to the July ADP® National Employment ReportTM. Broadly distributed to the public each month, free of charge, the ADP National Employment Report is produced by the ADP Research Institute® in collaboration with Moody’s Analytics. The report, which is derived from ADP’s actual payroll data, measures the change in total nonfarm private employment each month on a seasonally-adjusted basis.

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics will report its numbers on Friday, and to some extent using ADP as a bellwether is a fool’s errand. It tends to get the trending correct, which is why economists and investors pay attention to their report, but month-to-month reliance is, um … tricky. Just be warned that misses to the low side by ADP has occasionally been followed by surprisingly good data at BLS, although their misses tend to run the other direction — projections that overshoot BLS reports on jobs growth.”

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  14. Why does Biden get away with this?! Where are the legislators with back bones…have we none!? I was listening on the radio to a landlord who says she has an “account” and there has been 5900.00 appropriated to her by the government for her renters who have paid nothing for the past year due to “covid”…..but they will not release the funds to her! She is three months behind on her bank payments as this has been a huge financial drain on her…does the government care about the owners?….NO! I am livid with the lawlessness of this administration and the lack of accountability … there seems to be no thinking brains in charge!

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  15. Several months ago, Nightingale and I were involved in a Facebook discussion/argument with a young woman we used to know over the rent moratorium and how it can be hurting landlords. There are actually some people who claim that people should be able to live rent-free all the time, and they seem to think that all landlords are rich or like the slumlords in some cities and should be able to afford to let people just live in their properties for free. It was a crazy discussion.

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  16. FTR, Nightingale and I were on the same side, defending the landlords. (We used to be landlords ourselves. Well, at least Hubby and I were.)

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