15 thoughts on “News/Politics 6-6-22

  1. Yay for equal rights!

    But boo for unequal competition…..

    This is wrong, and everyone knows it.


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  2. You and Soros built this Larry, with your pro criminal policies.

    Guns don’t kill people, criminals with guns do.

    Own it, this is on your office.






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  3. Oh look, just another pro criminal Soros bought DA doing what Soros pays them to do…..


    The video is graphic.




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  4. It’s the economy, stupid….


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  5. And what of all the poor women (and some men) owed said child support?


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  6. They lie, and the media laps it up and helps push their lies and false narratives….








    Click a tweet and keep reading, there are numerous more examples…

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  7. This is what top to bottom Democrat rule gets you. Here’s a novel idea, stop voting for these clowns….

    “America’s great cities are gripped by decline and disorder

    Voters have had enough of ‘progressive’ leaders who are presiding over spiralling violence and crime.”


    “For the past decade, America’s urban centres have been increasingly run by ‘progressive’ activists. Yet today, as US cities reel from collapsed economies, rising crime and pervasive corruption, there’s something of a revolt brewing, the success of which may well determine the role and trajectory of our great urban centres.

    This emerging conflict is coming to a head next week in Los Angeles, the US’s second-largest city, in the Democratic primaries for LA mayor. Next week’s vote is likely to lead to a head-to-head between moderate billionaire developer Rick Caruso and progressive congressperson Karen Bass, once considered a potential vice-president for Joe Biden. On the same day, ultra-liberal San Francisco district attorney Chesa Boudin faces a potential recall amid rising crime rates.

    The possible shift towards the centre reflects a move back to more traditional urban policies, particularly on crime and homelessness. It’s not Republicans leading the charge against ultra-progressive policies, either. It is African American, Democratic mayors like Houston’s Sylvester Turner and New York’s Eric Adams.

    Even the denizens of left-leaning cities are rethinking progressivism. Last year, Austin – Texas’ blue capital – rescinded provisions, backed by progressives, that allowed vast homeless encampments to spring up across the city. Earlier this year, similarly left-leaning Seattle removed its ultra-progressive district attorney and Buffalo voters defeated a socialist-backed Democrat in favour of a moderate African American. Even in San Francisco, progressive school-board members were overwhelmingly defeated in February 2022 – an ominous development for Boudin’s chances next week.

    We could be seeing the beginning of a sea change in urban politics. Not long ago, Republicans were still competitive in urban areas, although larger cities have generally trended Democratic. In 1995, America’s 20 largest cities were evenly divided by party, but today Democrats control 16 out of the 20 largest cities. In the 1990s and 2000s, cities elected successful, pragmatic mayors from both parties – such as Bob Lanier and Bill White in Houston, Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg in New York, and Richard Riordan in Los Angeles – who focused on reducing crime, encouraging enterprise and improving basic city services.

    More recently, the drift of urban politics has been relentlessly leftward. In the 1984 presidential election, for example, Ronald Reagan won 31 per cent of the vote in San Francisco and 27.4 per cent in Manhattan. In 2016, Donald Trump won as little as 10 per cent in both. The scale of the radical shift became apparent during the disorder following the murder of George Floyd in 2020. Even as riots and arson swept their streets, some city officials, notably in Seattle, Minneapolis and Portland, appeared to tolerate or even embrace disorder. Some city officials also pushed for the police to be defunded. In some places, such as Portland, police were forced to stand down even as rioters and Antifa were burning buildings and attacking them. Progressives also placed in office a host of new prosecutors who then chose not to enforce laws against violent protesters, vagrancy or petty theft.

    The leftist tide is not totally ebbing, of course. In some cities, progressives have won primaries this year over more centrist Democrats. But there is clearly a hopeful shift towards pragmatic centrism and a turn against the non-enforcement policies of progressive district attorneys. This reflects the public’s growing recognition of the depth of the economic, demographic and social challenges in these cities, particularly after the pandemic.

    Crime has arguably been the biggest concern. Always a part of the urban story, crime is increasingly random. The worst gangsters of the 1930s generally left ‘civilians’ alone. Today’s crime, by contrast, reflects what one Chicago resident describes as ‘sociopathic idiocy’. The US’s greatest and richest urban centres have all seen large rises in crime. For example, there were 468 murders in New York City in 2020, up from 319 in 2019 – an unprecedented 47 per cent increase.

    Equally troubling is that some of these cities have also become centres for homelessness, open drug markets and incubators of all sorts of diseases. Los Angeles city workers have been infected with typhus – which has begun to resurge in California – and some now demand elaborate protective gear when asked to hose down the putrid streets. There are already increased cases of leprosy in Los Angeles. Some have suggested that, thanks to the resurgence of rats, the return of bubonic plague may be imminent. During the pandemic, dense cities had considerably higher Covid rates than more suburban, exurban and rural areas.”

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  8. He’s correct. This is a joke, yet another hoax from Dems.

    “Peter Navarro Speaks After Indictment, Arrest For Contempt: January 6 “Kangaroo Committee” Is Not Following Its Own Rules”


    “Former Trump White House advisor Peter Navarro explained that he will be representing himself against charges of contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with subpoenas from the House panel investigating the January 6 Capitol riot.

    Navarro said his communications with the former president are covered by executive privilege and he does not have to turn over any records. Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows and deputy Dan Scavino were also referred by the House committee on similar charges but the Justice Department declined to charge them. They have also charged Steve Bannon.

    Navarro questioned the legitimacy of the committee, saying they are not following their own rules and “essentially acting as judge, jury, and executioner.”

    Navarro also said his sudden arrest at the airport on Friday was political intimidation, saying he “sent them a letter on Wednesday” offering an arrangement.

    “I have represented myself in this matter because part of the Democrats’ strategy is to engage in so-called Lawfare, that is to use the legal system for effectively coercion and illicit ends,” Navarro said. “I do not want to spend several hundred thousand dollars on lawyers. This is not about me, this is about a Constitutional principle that is important for effective presidential decision-making, and what the Justice Department is doing is wrong.”

    PETER NAVARRO: On Tuesday in this courtroom right here, I filed a civil suit against the kangaroo committee on the Hill (seven partisan Democrats and two RINO Republicans). The essence of that civil suit was that the subpoenas issued by the committee are ultra vires [beyond their jurisdiction], unlawful, and unenforceable.

    I made that case based on four legal arguments. First is that this committee is neither duly authorized nor properly constituted, meaning that it doesn’t follow the rules of either the House itself or the committee’s own authorizing resolution.

    I am not the only one who has filed to question the validity of that kangaroo committee. Nancy Pelosi herself calls that committee unprecedented and she is absolutely right.

    The second point… is simply that over a five-year period, Congress has weaponized the investigatory powers of Congress in a way that is unconstitutional. Congress has the right to investigate, but only for non-punitive legislative purposes. What that kangaroo committee is doing right now is investigating for punitive purposes.

    They’re essentially acting as judge, jury, and executioner. Their clear mission is to prevent Donald John Trump from running for president in 2024 and being elected president. People like me are in their way, and they’re not coming for me and Trump, they’re coming for you. All 74 million of you who voted for Donald John Trump.

    I bet there isn’t a single person here who read that whole case. The third issue is that the Constitution has a prohibition on what are called bills of attainders. That is bills against undue punishment of citizens of this country. Today, the punishment which was inflicted on a man presumed innocent and innocent until proven guilty demonstrates the utter disregard for Constitutional law the Department of Justice has.

    I sent them a letter on Wednesday offering a modus vivendi [agreement]. I told them contact an individual who would discuss this matter. What did they do? They didn’t call me. I spoke to the FBI agent who arrested me, I spoke to him on Wednesday night, and I told him, “whatever you need. You don’t have to come banging on my door like you did last week, getting me out of bed. I’m here to cooperate.”

    I was on my way to Nashville today to do a TV appearance with Mike Huckabee and instead of coming to my door where I live… they intercepted me getting on the plane. They put me in handcuffs, they brought me here, put me in leg irons, stuck me in a cell. Historical note, I was in John Hinkley’s cell. That’s punitive. What they did to me today violated the Constitution.

    In my lawsuit, I discussed going back to [Nixon v. General Services Adminsitration] and other cases that what this government is supposed to do when they have an issue such as they’ve had — this is not their first rodeo, they’ve had plenty of people question the validity of their subpoenas. What they’re supposed to do is the “least burdensome alternative.”

    I told them to go negotiate with Donald John Trump and his attorneys because I am in an untenable Constitutional position. There’s no settled law on this. And by the way, the law leans squarely towards my right to senior testimonial immunity and President Trump’s right to executive privilege.

    They put the hammer down, the full force of the government trying to intimidate me.

    I have represented myself in this matter because part of the Democrats’ strategy is to engage in so-called Lawfare, that is to use the legal system for effectively coercion and illicit ends. I do not want to spend several hundred thousand dollars on lawyers. This is not about me, this is about a Constitutional principle that is important for effective presidential decision-making and what the Justice Department is doing is wrong.”

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  9. Anyone who looks closely sees this. It’s the cool thing to do now, plus they get all these special perks and treatment from the people pushing it on them. It’s Mass Formation Psychosis at work.

    “Study: Rise in LGBT Identification Among Young People Is Significantly Influenced by ‘Social Trends’

    “The LGBT surge is socio-political, heavily siloed among very liberal young people. The General Social Survey shows that the heterosexual share dropped about 20 points, to 66%, within the most liberal fifth of young people. It changed far less among others.””


    “Ever since the rise of the gay rights movement in the early 2000s, there have been contentious debates galore between opposing political sides in Congress and the courtroom as to whether or not gay Americans were “born that way” or whether their feelings occurred mostly as a result of societal pressure and influence.

    While studies (and medical reviews) on that topic are decidedly mixed, a new report from The Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology (CSPI) that analyzed trends in LGBT identity versus sexual behavior found that “social trends” were a significant factor in the skyrocketing rise of transgender and non-binary identification of young people over the last ten years.

    Eric Kaufman, a politics professor at Birkbeck, University of London, explained his findings in a detailed Twitter thread and in the accompanying report, which also acknowledged that the increase in overall LGBT identification among certain groups has happened in part due to “Rising same-sex behavior [and an] erosion of the inhibition to identify as LGBT among same-sex attracted people.”

    Kaufman’s conclusions were based on General Social Survey (GSS) data that he says “shows that LGBT identification has been diverging from same-sex behavior [Emphasis mine]. LGBT identity has risen 11 points among Americans under 30 since 2008, but same-sex behavior has only risen 4 points.” From the report:

    When we look at homosexual behavior, we find that it has grown much less rapidly than LGBT identification. Men and women under 30 who reported a sexual partner in the last five years dropped from around 96% exclusively heterosexual in the 1990s to 92% exclusively heterosexual in 2021. Whereas in 2008 attitudes and behavior were similar, by 2021 LGBT identification was running at twice the rate of LGBT sexual behavior.

    Further, he said his analysis showed that the “LGBT surge is socio-political, heavily siloed among very liberal young people. The GSS shows that the heterosexual share dropped about 20 points, to 66%, within the most liberal fifth of young people. It changed far less among others.”

    Kaufman didn’t put the blame on public schools or institutions of higher learning specifically for the LGBT identification versus sexual behavior numbers disparity. Rather, he suggested it was a result of a confluence of factors, including how easily certain groups are persuaded to think a certain way in some cases in order to fit in:

    I hypothesize that a more sexually liberal and modernist culture, one which values difference, best accounts for the new trend. This culture has its greatest impact on the most sexually fluid and perhaps easily influenced groups: the young, the very liberal, and women.

    LGBT activists are, of course, trying to pick apart Kaufman’s findings, but I found his case to be solid. Check out the Twitter thread he wrote about it, which also included a look at the mental health crisis as it relates to the LGBT community, and decide for yourself:”









    This is what public education is teaching today, and the kids sure are learning it, aren’t they?

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  10. Haven’t finished that article yet, so I don’t know if it mentions the fact that many young women who identify as trans men are on the autism spectrum. The theory is that because they feel different and like they don’t fit in, they are particularly susceptible to the idea of being trans, and there is also pressure to think that way. That is what has happened, I believe, to my younger daughter.

    In her case, as with some others, she does not identify as fully male, but as mostly male. There is so much confusion and delusion out there.

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  11. @ the real Aj

    RE mass formation psychosis

    The official framing of this “phenomenon” is misleading and wrong. The false hope-addicted psychologists and their acolytes want you to believe this is “just some temporary occasional” madness by the masses that has been going on for a couple of centuries when it is but a spike of a CHRONIC madness going on for aeons with “civilized” people — read “The 2 Married Pink Elephants In The Historical Room –The Holocaustal Covid-19 Coronavirus Madness: A Sociological Perspective & Historical Assessment Of The Covid “Phenomenon”” …. https://www.rolf-hefti.com/covid-19-coronavirus.html

    One of these mainstream psychologists who have been spreading this whitewashed reality, Dr. Desmet, also fails to see that the PLANNED Covid Psyop is a TOTALLY deliberate ploy because he doesn’t think (after more than 1 year, even 2 years, into this total PLANNED scam!) it’s ALL intentionally sinister as he stated in a prior podcast (this makes him witting or unwitting controlled opposition).

    In the May of 2022 podcast with James Corbett he stated that “some people tend to overestimate the degree of planning and intentions” (behind the COUNTLESS, VERIFIABLE, FULLY INTENTIONAL, FULLY PLANNED atrocities by the ruling tribe of psychopaths over the last century alone) and see all of it as being planned which Desmet called “an extreme position” … Sound logical thinking is “extreme” and therefore false and sick in his demented delusional view!!!

    In his overpriced misleading whitewashing old material regurgitated book the psychology of totalitarianism he too states that “There are countless … examples that seem to point in the direction of a plan being implemented, such as the fact that the definition of ‘pandemic’ was adjusted shortly before the coronavirus crisis; that the definition of ‘herd immunity’ was changed during the crisis, implying that only vaccines can achieve it … [he continuous with several other obvious facts of an ENTIRELY PLANNED event, especially discerned through the totality of all these facts].” “SEEM to point in the direction of a plan”??? No! They most evidently, clearly, and irrefutably DO demonstrate and prove it IS a COMPLETELY AND FULLY DELIBERATE PlanDemic! A big scam. An Entirely Planned Holocaust against the non-ruling herd of people (see cited link above). A coherent 12-year old kid can figure that out.

    It clearly shows Desmet’s own complete lunacy. But because almost everyone in the culture is a member of mass formation (madness), including the “woke” people of the alternative media domain, hardly anyone recognizes Desmet’s lunacy. Not surprising that he has even become some type of popular “guru” among the adherents of the alternative media landscape.

    With his false use of language Desmet obscures or hides the true reality instead of directly and uncompromising exposing it — aiding the obfuscation of the vital reality of what the ruling authorities really are. He does the same thing when he speaks of ‘the elite’ (as he does in a number of podcasts) when, in reality, they are THE SCUM OF HUMANS because they are REALITY-VERIFIED PSYCHOPATHS (see referenced source above). Yet in the Corbett podcast he “teaches” us that we, the masses, need to start thinking differently. Right… how about YOU start with sane instead of insane thinking/talking/”teaching”/etc, Dr. Desmet?

    This all means Desmet is ALSO a member of the masses of lunatics, an ACTIVE CARD-CARRYING MEMBER of mass formation!!! When, if at all, will he wake up from his state of mass psychosis? When, if at all, will he face the TRUE and FULL reality instead of hiding behind fantasies such as his whitewashed “reality” of human civilization?

    It shows we live in a global mental asylum with criminal and/or delusional mainstream psychologists, scientists, and docs as the guards, “teachers” and “therapists” … The blind/criminal/mad leading the blind/criminal/mad; the blind/criminal/mad adhere to the blind/criminal/mad = the human madhouse.

    Worst of all, perhaps, the mass formation/mass psychosis notion frames the problem as the public being a mere unaccountable non-culpable victim in this phenomenon (the gist of the circular argument is: the masses should change their thinking but they got brainwashed so they’re victims). Nothing could be further from the truth (see referenced source above).

    Desmet is right in that truth-activists must fight against mass formation psychosis (human madness). That also means exposing HIS deeply destructive mad part of it. This comment serves, in part, that objective.

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