Always gonna give you up…always gonna let you down.

They were Bidenrolled.

Check your goddamn facts before you post patent bullshit.

There’s a meme circulating (I’ve seen it in several different iterations, and I don’t intend to repeat it here) that boils down to a claim that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has never been isolated, so how do we even know it exists?

Which claim I find interesting. How was it sequenced it if never was isolated? Because it was known to have been sequenced early on. Chinese scientists who were alarmed that their government was clamping down on information provided the sequencing data to Western scientists clear back in early 2020 (if not late 2019). (Yes, I’d have to go find the sources for that, but I’ve seen them cited multiple times.  Sorry, go do your own research; I’m busy editing a book.)

[EDIT TO ADD:  OK, here you go:

Very first paragraph (my emphasis in bold):

In January 2020, a previously unknown coronavirus strain was identified as the cause of a respiratory infection and death in humans [1]. The first viral genome was sequenced using high throughput sequencing (HTS) from a sample collected in Wuhan, China. This virus, belonging to the viral species Severe acute respiratory syndrome–related coronavirus, has been subsequently named SARS-CoV-2 and the associated disease coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) [2].

The first reference ([1]) is “Zhu N, Zhang D, Wang W, Li X, Yang B, Song J, et al. A novel coronavirus from patients with pneumonia in China, 2019. N Engl J Med. 2020.”  This is the report the Chinese government didn’t want to get out.

This happened BEFORE SARS-CoV-2 became epidemic in the United States and much of the rest of the world.  END EDIT]

I don’t necessarily trust fact-checkers, certainly don’t generally trust Reuters, but the reasoning behind this claim seems rather weak, and there’s a discussion of why and how the report that led to this claim was misinterpreted here:

Here’s another one:

I’ll make the point that I have never claimed that the virus doesn’t exist.  I’ve taken its existence seriously from day one.  My claim is that all of the hysteria over the virus that translated into lockdowns and masking mandates was total bullshit and intended only to destroy the economy and get Biden elected — and now the morons in charge can’t figure out how to back out of their totalitarian stance without being destroyed by the very people they convinced to fear a “deadly” virus that ended up being entirely survivable by well over 99% of the population — if they hadn’t pooh-poohed things like Vitamin D, zinc, HCQ, and ivermectin.  [Edit:  Sorry, I misspelled “HCQ” as “HCL” in the original post.]

I really hate it when our side pushes narratives that can be demonstrated to be untrue. It’s bad enough when the other side does it; we know they lie six times before their morning coffee anyway. We should have more restraint and spend more time checking our stories (and memes) before we put them out there.

The virus exists.  Why pretend it doesn’t?  Who gains?  CDC, FDC, WHO, NIH/NIAID, Fauci, Birx, et al., and the rest of the medical establishment have already destroyed their reputations and authority, we don’t need to spread a patent falsehood to make that clear.

We claim to be better than that.  We should prove it.

It’s not treason when everyone is thinking it.

A MeWe friend points out this article by John Nolte, from yesterday:

The Disastrous Neocon Ideology Dies in Kabul

and he quotes this salient bit:

There’s no question that back in 2001, we needed to go into Afghanistan and take care of business. For it was there where the international terrorists who hit us on 9/11 were allowed to plot and scheme and find safe harbor. That threat had to be eradicated, and our victory against that threat occurred in just a couple of weeks. On October 7, 2001, Taliban rule collapsed. That’s when we should have left with a victory in hand, our heads held high, and the world warned not to fuck with us.


The problem is, as a people, we’re too damn soft-hearted for our own good. We want to uplift the downtrodden and make them (unfortunately, one-dimensional) images of ourselves. We can’t stop ourselves from playing G-d.  But we don’t do it very well, unfortunately.  Probably why it’s “playing” G-d as opposed to “being” G-d, but that’s a theological and philosophical question for another day.

And then there’s the government, which has its own nefarious reasons for overstaying our welcome.

And then there are Obama and Biden, the two most incompetent presidents of the 21st Century.

Mix it all up and you get the Second Fall of Saigon. And yes, we should have known better. Certainly our military establishment should have known better. I’ve seen it said every member of the military above the ranks of E8 and O6 should be defrocked and thrown out onto the street, for this and other reasons. And I’m not sure I disagree.

But I’m done listening to anything our “government” has to say on this or any other subject (hint: more WuFlu shots in your future (not mine; I won’t take that poison jab, sorry not sorry)). And I imagine I’m not the only one having those subversive, yet patriotic thoughts, this morning.

The powers that be should be afraid. They should be very afraid.

And that’s the way the relationship between citizens of a free republic and its government should be.  The question is, when do we finally decide to get our backs up and shrink the government down to a manageable size?

Sadly enough, your guess is as good as mine.

Yes, you can fire someone for breach of contract.

Three years ago I wrote this post.

Today, courtesy of Don Surber’s blog, I read that the lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Indianapolis was thrown out by, as Mr. Surber puts it, a “Clinton judge who read the Constitution.”

The story is here, but here is the core finding:

Judge Richard Young of the Southern District of Indiana on Aug. 11 ruled that the former Roncalli Catholic High School counselor, Lynn Starkey, qualified as a minister of religion; thus, the archdiocese and school were exempt from federal workplace discrimination prohibitions, regarding her termination of employment.

I said this was a slippery slope case from the beginning, and I wasn’t wrong; but the judge decided it was time to stop the sliding and apply some common sense.  Good for him, and good for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.  Now maybe they can resolve the rest of the same-sex-marriage breach of contract cases that popped up after this one.

“Null-ABC” was not intended as an instruction manual.

Blue-State Disaster: Oregon Gov Signs Bill Allowing Students to Graduate Without Knowing How to Read or Write

Democratic Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon has signed a bill into law that allows students in the state to graduate from high school without having to prove they know how to read, write or understand math.

The Oregonian reported that Brown signed Senate Bill 744 on July 14 with no news release and without informing anyone outside of her office about her decision to sign the legislation.

The new law says that “a student may not be required to show proficiency in Essential Learning Skills as a condition of receiving a high school diploma during the 2021-2022, 2022-2023 or 2023-2024 school year.”

It also requires that the state Board of Education “[r]ecommend changes in legislation or administrative rules that will reduce disparities and ensure that every student will be on track to earn one of the high school diplomas offered in this state.”

The bill equates to a multiyear suspension of current graduation requirements.

They want illiterate idiots who will be compliant because they know no other way.

Face it, if you can’t read the Declaration, or the Constitution, or any of our other founding documents, how do you know you have certain rights that the government can’t infringe or take away? Because under this new regime, your teachers will be forbidden to teach you that.

This is not about equity; this is about subjugating the upcoming generations to the control of the soi-disant elites, who are not worthy to spit-shine my patent leathers.

I’m deadly serious about the Null-ABC reference I made in the title. If you’ve never read it before, read it now while you still can.

Why the vaccines don’t work

Apparently this has been yanked from LinkedIn, so folks on MeWe are sharing it around.

Ayup. And not getting the poison jab, too.

The logic has never made sense.

From The American Mind:

Many cities and counties no longer mandate businesses to require masks. Curfews have been lifted, capacity limits eased. But the mood has not been lifted or eased. Whether we say it or not, we know in our hearts that it could all come crashing back down upon our heads at any time. Like a perpetual threat, the principle of the thing remains.

The principle is this: for whatever reason, without warning and with only the most flimsy ghost of a rationale, people with power can make burdensome, demoralizing, and ruinous demands upon people without power.

(Props to Sheila Reese on MeWe for the pointer.)

Read the whole thing, it is worth it, but:

The logic of locking down past the initial two weeks* was always lost on me. As was (and still is) the logic that says a mask with holes larger than the virus will ever be able to stop the virus. Or that it makes sense to inject oneself with mRNA genetic “vaccines” that apparently don’t work very well and have other undesirable effects.

Moreover, whenever the government tells me these things are all for my own good and I should submit to them, I am that much more likely to tell the government to fuck off and die.

Once the virus was loose in the wild, it became something we will always have to live with — like the flu, and the common cold.  One could as well ask the wind to stop blowing or the sun to stop shining.

The good news is new “variants” seem to be mutating away from the deadly original strains and are causing little more than a bad cold in most people, whether vaccinated or not — which is typical behavior for coronaviruses.  And even with half the population still unvaccinated, we’re at what amounts to herd immunity — so-called “cases” rise and fall, but critically, hospitalizations and deaths are, for all intents and purposes, at practically zero.

I scare-quote “cases” in the above, because when you base a “case” on a positive PCR test with iterations > 35, you are likely getting junk and the test is likely a false positive.  But don’t ask me.  Ask the guy who invented the PCR test and got a Nobel Prize for it:

“The PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody. If you can amplify one single molecule up to something you can really measure, which is something you can do.…So that could be thought of as a misuse of it.”

Dr. Mullis, RIP, left us in 2019 before WuFlu was a problem, but one can only imagine what he would say about the way his test has been used by the medical community (led by Anthony Fauci, for whom he apparently cared little) to advance the lies and malicious actions of local, state, and federal government apparatchiks and health agencies.


* Which was intended to let hospitals get braced for the predicted avalanche of WuFlu hospitalizations — which in the event never actually happened — and not for any “quarantine for two weeks and the virus will be history” purpose.  This became obvious after the first extension, actionable after the second, and cause for revolution after the third.  Government functionaries should have been ignored after the first extension, and then shot or hanged if they tried to stop businesses from opening or people from going about their normal business.

Ah, well.  Hindsight is always 20/20.

Look — just do it, already.

Get off Facebook, now.

Zuck the Fuck is working for the Neu Stasi.

If you’re a friend of mine and you’re still subjugating yourself to the Thought Police over there, whether or not you have friends, family, or businesses on FB, the time has come to say goodbye.

Just walk away.

Because you’re not the customer — you’re the product.

And we’d be happy to have you over on MeWe, where it doesn’t work that way, at least not yet.

Joe Biden is the greatest threat to the American Republic.

Apparently Joe Biden (the illegitimate Resident [sic] of the United States) is now making mouth noises about how Republican election integrity efforts are the greatest threat in our nation’s history.

Kruiser, in his Morning Briefing at PJ Media, turns this around on Biden and says he’s the greatest threat to our democracy since the Civil War.  I disagree.

I would counter-argue that Joe Biden is, in reality, the greatest threat to American democracy since Woodrow Wilson, who started the country on the path to authoritarian fascism (but I repeat myself).  If you’re not aware that Woodrow Wilson was a proto-fascist who made Benito Mussolini swoon and want to bear his children, you should probably read Jonah Goldberg’s Liberal Fascism (2009), which is the last thing Jonah seems to have written while he was still marginally sane and still at least nominally on WFB’s leash (WFB died in 2008).

And by the way, we’re not a democracy, we’re a democratic republic, but whatevs.  The only time this country is a democracy is on Election Day, and frankly, we blew the last one.

At any rate, and getting back to Kruiser’s allegation, IMHO the Civil War in and of itself neither challenged nor threatened democracy, despite the claims of so many folks that certain of Lincoln’s actions (like the suspension of habeas corpus) did great damage to it. What it did do was result in 600,000 casualties and millions of dollars of wasted treasure that nobody seems to want to take into consideration when the modern communist left screams about “slavery reparations” for people who have never been enslaved.

Moreover, the main problem is not Biden himself, but Biden’s handlers — “Doc” Jill, Kamalalala, Ron Klain, etc. —  who are all nothing more and nothing less than communists of the first water.  Biden has no more idea of what he’s doing than a turnip.  In fact, a turnip may have more sense of things.

So let’s call a spade a spade (if we still can, since that’s probably considered “racisssss”), and just accept the fact that the communists’ Long March has, over the last 100 years since Wilson, pretty much screwed up how we do things in this country.  The Founders and the Framers would be appalled.  In fact, we should probably hook their graves up to the power grid; I’ll bet they’d solve any power shortages caused by socialists and communists in the blue states in jig time (which is probably also “racisssss”).

For anyone who thinks this post is “racisssss”, you should read the rest of this blog.  And my fiction.  Because then maybe you’d drop dead of a conniption, commie.

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