17 thoughts on “News/Politics 11-25-22

  1. It’s a clown world, ruled by clowns.

    “Biden Advisor: Admin Will Refill Petroleum Reserve At $70/Barrel, Two Years After Blocking Republicans At $24/Barrel…”

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  2. Same goes for the media, clowns everywhere.

    I believe what we have here is one of them lying dog faced pony soldiers that Biden speaks of on occasion.


  3. This is what the left and journalists hate most about Musk running Twitter.

    A level playing field, where everyone is subject to the same rules.

    Poor things.


  4. But muh “experts”…..

    And it never was. But some people eat whatever lies they spoon feed them.

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  5. Let’s take a break for some fun.

    Remember kids, always obey the experts….

    How to lose friends….

    It’s funny because it’s true.

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  6. OK, break’s over…..

    Back to it.

    More clowns.


  7. Head. Desk.

    Facts you say?



  8. Clown alert!


  9. Trash?



  10. This fraud should be in prison.

    Instead, he’s using the Reagan defense.

    “Fauci Deposition report: “he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!”

    Louisiana AG Jeff Landry: “Wow! It was amazing to spend 7 hours with Dr. Fauci. The man who single-handedly wrecked the U.S. economy based upon ‘the science.’ Only to discover that he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!””


    “The deposition of Anthony Fauci took place today in the lawsuit commenced by Louisiana and Missouri, alleging that numerous Biden administration officials colluded with and directed big tech and social media giants to censor dissenting scientific and medical voices with regard to Covid.”

    “We don’t know much about what happened. The deposition, while it was recorded, was not streamed. And there apparently is a protective order prohibiting the parties or those in attendance from separately recording.

    In advance of the deposition, Missouri Attorney General (and Senator-elect) Eric Schmitt promised they would attempt to get answers from Fauci:

    “Tomorrow, along with my colleague from Louisiana, my Office and I will depose Dr. Anthony Fauci in our lawsuit against the Biden Administration for allegedly colluding with social media companies to censor freedom of speech,” said Attorney General Schmitt. “Since we filed our landmark lawsuit, we have uncovered documents and discovery that show clear coordination between the Biden Administration and social media companies on censoring speech, but we’re not done yet. We plan to get answers on behalf of the American people. Stay tuned.”

    Well, it’s not clear how many answers were given. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, who attended the deposition, tweeted that Fauci had a lack of memory

    Wow! It was amazing to spend 7 hours with Dr. Fauci. The man who single-handedly wrecked the U.S. economy based upon “the science.” Only to discover that he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!

    Jenin Younes, an attorney from the New Civil Liberties Alliance, representing the physicians and scientist who were attacked after signing The Great Barrington Declaration, was present, and observed:
    One of my favorite quotes from Fauci’s deposition today: “I have a very busy day job running a six billion dollar institute. I don’t have time to worry about things like the Great Barrington Declaration.”

    The other one, which I didn’t write down carefully enough to claim is verbatim, is: I was too busy developing a vaccine that saved millions of lives to care about what happens on social media.”


  11. “The vaccinated now account for a majority of COVID deaths.

    Thanksgiving for Fauci’s exit.”


    “There’s a remarkable concession appearing in The Washington Post today:

    “a majority of Americans dying from the coronavirus received at least the primary series of the vaccine.”

    The latest data shows that 58% of COVID-19 deaths in August 2022 were from people who were vaccinated or boosted. Based on past figures and the current trends, we can reasonably estimate that the number of vaccinated/boosted COVID-19 deaths will only rise. (In September 2021, the vaccinated accounted for 23% of COVID-19 deaths; in January/February 2022, the vaccinated were 42%.)

    This is what happens when you rush ineffective and dangerous vaccines.

    The FDA’s promises of efficacy – 91% for the Pfizer vaccine and 93% for the Moderna vaccine – were always based on hope, not data. So too were the promises of safety. At the time of the official approvals, both Pfizer and Moderna hadn’t submitted any type of long-term numbers on effectiveness. Their trials were polluted with the unblinding of participants and their safety studies are “ongoing.”

    Now, we’re seeing efficacy numbers plummet within months of vaccination. The pandemic is of the vaccinated. The boosters? They’re to the benefit of the medical establishment and the pharmaceutical companies, as they mask the true problems with the two-shot vaccines.

    Even with these numbers, the outgoing Anthony Fauci continues to vouch for the jab, stating the data “overwhelmingly show the effectiveness of vaccines.”

    This is the same man who demanded school closures, inserted himself into the 2020 election by criticizing Trump’s COVID-19 response while complimenting China, and criticized Governor Ron DeSantis for reopening Florida’s schools.

    All the while, Fauci was lying to the public about COVID-19 origins. In May of 2020, he told National Geographic that COVID-19 “could not have been artificially or deliberately manipulated.”

    What he didn’t tell us was that he and US government clients were sabotaging and shutting down research and fact finding into the lab leak theory. What he didn’t say was that internal communications among himself and Francis Collins and Jeremy Farrar, revealed through a FOIA request by Jimmy Tobias, discussed “accidental lab passage in animals” and how the Wuhan lab was the “Wild West” and why the lab leak was a serious possibility.”


  12. I haven’t had time yet to read the above comments and may not get to them until much later, because today is our Thanksgiving, but I came across this piece, which explains some of what HRW was getting at the other day, and wanted to share it before I forgot.

    “Elon Musk announces more changes to Twitter’s flailing “verified tick” system”

    “Soon after taking over the social media platform, Musk announced that he would open up the “blue tick” to anyone willing to pay a monthly subscription fee, meaning not only would official organisations and high profile figures get a blue tick, so could anyone else. Anyone else.

    And anyone who works in Cybersecurity (as well as, we imagine, his Chief Security Officer who later resigned) would have told him, this would inevitably devalue an important Cybersecurity “trust signal” as well as lead to an onslaught of impersonation scams.

    Musk pressed on with the move regardless, which resulted in him devaluing an important Cybersecurity “trust signal” and led to an onslaught of impersonation scams. The shock!

    Predictably, spammers and scammers had a field day on the platform, with a spike of hundreds – if not thousands – of impersonation scams cropping up in a handful of days, one of which led to the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly facing a stock crash after a spoof account tweeted about offering free insulin.

    This led to a number of temporary solutions, including a separate “official” badge given to organisations and Twitter Blue being suspended.

    Now Elon Musk has announced a new colour tier system, where official organisations will get Gold ticks and government entities getting Grey ticks (presumably there is no requirement to pay for these ticks.) Musk also announced in a tweet that subscribers will retain the original blue tick, though it is unclear as to whether existing notable individuals with existing blue ticks will lose their ticks unless they are start paying. (If the latter is the case, expect no let-up in the surge of impersonation scams.)

    It’s just another step into a land of confusion in which spammers and cyber-crooks thrive, and we suspect other changes or clarifications will be coming soon from Twitter, hopefully.

    Of course literally all of this nonsense could simply have been avoided entirely by leaving the verified blue tick system alone and offering an alternative badge for those that subscribed to Twitter’s premium service, as we and many others said from the start.

    But it looks like Twitter is pressing on, so our advice to anyone using the platform is simple. Don’t believe what you see. Within the Twittersphere, stop associating the blue tick with legitimacy or authenticity. Avoid clicking on links on Twitter, especially if those links lead to websites soliciting money, login information or personal information.”



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