10 thoughts on “News/Politics 1-18-22

  1. So the FBI lied again. They didn’t “rescue” anybody. They escaped on their own, and then the feds went in after the terrorist.


    The FBI are one of the villains here, not the hero.

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  2. They found nothing because there never was nothing.

    Except the fevered delusions and fantasies of leftists, their media mouthpieces, and pathetic Never-Trumpers.

    “Asked If Biden WH Uncovered Any ‘Impropriety’ Re Trump/Russia, NSA Sullivan Says ‘I’ve Got Nothing’…”


  3. Friends don’t let friends daytime drink.

    But she appears to have fixed her “shocked” eyebrow problem….



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  4. Sorry parents, but Democrats just aren’t into you.

    Now exploiting your children and exposing them to deviant predators?

    That they support.


    Just a reminder…..

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  5. Sorry judge, but that horse has already left the barn. Where were you 14 months ago?

    “Wisconsin Judge Bans Ballot Drop Boxes, Says Election Officials Broke The Law”


    “The Wisconsin legislature has launched a special counsel investigation into the 2020 election in which officials say numerous laws were broken.”

    “A judge in the key battleground state of Wisconsin ruled Thursday that ballot drop boxes and ballot harvesting violate state law and cannot be used in the upcoming midterm elections.

    Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bohren determined “there is no statutory authority” to allow for either practice, which became highly controversial in Wisconsin following the state’s razor-thin outcome in the 2020 presidential election. President Joe Biden defeated former President Donald Trump in the state by approximately 20,000 votes.

    The Wisconsin Elections Commission, which is under fire for allegedly bending and even openly violating state law to give Biden an edge, authorized the dramatic increase in the use of ballot drop boxes, but Judge Bohren held that the agency lacked lawful authority to do so.

    The plaintiffs, voters represented by the conservative Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), argued that state law allowed for only two methods of returning an absentee ballot: Through the mail or in person at the municipal clerk’s office. Nowhere does it allow for a ballot to be dropped off in a drop box.

    Likewise, Wisconsin law provides that no person “may receive a ballot from or give a ballot to a person other than the election official in charge.” This, the plaintiffs argued, is a clear prohibition on ballot harvesting, the practice of third parties collecting absentee ballots from voters.

    Despite this, the Wisconsin Elections Commission sent a memo to municipal clerks ahead of the 2020 election indicating that “a family member or another person may also return the ballot on behalf of the voter” and that ballots could be returned in drop boxes instead of in person at the clerk’s office.

    Neither of these, Bohren ruled Thursday, were lawful orders. Still, clerks set up more than 500 ballot drop boxes across the state, which were used to collect tens of thousands of absentee ballots. The ruling, which will almost certainly be appealed, prohibits the use of drop boxes in upcoming elections.”

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  6. Blame the bats and pangolins, right Xi?

    Killing the hamsters for your misdeeds and gain of function testing mistakes.


    Keep up the ruse, right clowns?



    Fauci will be pushing this next to, as per his handlers in China….


  7. Wouldn’t the lack of applause be simple partisanship — in the English parliamentary system you never applaud the speech of an other party no matter how virtuous. Its part of being a “loyal opposition”


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