June 01, 2023

Where are they Getting the Phones?

Timothy Birdnow

Thousands of more illegal aliens will be admitted to the U.S. by the implementation of a phone ap that lets them apply.

Might I ask the most basic of questions? WHERE ARE THESE DIRT POOR PEOPLE GETTING SMART PHONES so they can use the apps?

I mean, we were told they are refugees, carrying nothing but the clothes on their backs. Yet they manage to apply for asylum with a smart phone. Where are they getting them?

And how are we vetting people we are not personally interviewing? I mean anyone, ANYONE can be on the app.

America is being erased and the public is gleefully handing Biden the eraser.

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Russia Ramps up Oil Production

Timothy Birdnow

Saudi Arabia is mad at Russia for lowballing them on oil prices.

According to Yahoo News:

The report found that Saudi Arabia's efforts to curtail production and push oil prices higher earlier this year have been undermined by Moscow's flood of cheap oil supply,and that the oil-rich nation has expressed its anger at Russia for not following through on its pledge to throttle production, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter.

"Saudi officials have complained to senior Russian officials and asked them to respect the agreed cuts," the report said.

Members of OPEC+ said in early April that they would reduce oil output to help prop up oil prices. But recent data suggests Russia isn't following through on its side of the deal as it seeks to generate revenue to help fund its struggling economy and war effort.

Oil prices have been in a solid downtrend since they peaked in March 2022, right after Russia invaded Ukraine, which set off a slew of supply-chain related problems and helped push oil prices above $120 per barrel. WTI Crude oil fell 4% on Tuesday to just under $70 per barrel, while Brent Crude oil fell 4% to $74.07 per barrel.

Saudi Arabia needs oil above a key break-even level of $81 per barrel to help fund its massive budget of so-called gigaprojects, which include a 110-mile long city in the desert called "The Line" and a resort in the Red Sea that's the size of Belgium.

Economic advisors have privately warned Saudi senior policy makers that the kingdom needs higher oil prices for the next five years in order to keep funding billions of dollars of projects, according to the report. That's in part because the projects have failed to attract a lot of investment from abroad.

Now isn't that interesting; Russia is ramping up oil production just as Joe Biden and Kevin McCarthy have agreed to increase American oil production.

American oil is not competitive in a market where oil is cheap. The Russians know that.

So they are ramping up drilling so we can't.

I'm sure the Saudis are mad at the Russians for this; they like being in control of the price of oil. It's their principle tool - and weapon.

This could signal a crackup at OPEC.

What it also signals is lower prices are coming for gasoline and natural gas.

Granted, this helps Joe Biden, who is in desperate need of things improving before the next election. And Mr. Putin would love that; he needs Biden to stay in power. Trump will rein him in if he is elected and Putin knows it.

So riddle me this Batman; if Biden's oil embargo is working why is Putin selling so much more oil and gas?

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European Political Community

Timothy Birdnow

Sounds like another way to overturn Brexit if you ask me.

Sunak's European offer

Stephen Booth, ConservativeHom e

Rishi Sunak will join 46 other European leaders in Moldova today for the second meeting of the fledgling European Political Community. Originally the brainchild of Emmanuel Macron, the EPC could yet offer a diplomatic opportunity for Britain – if the Government is prepared to put political energy into driving it.

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Biden Gas Stove Ban Anti-Science

Joseph Bast

In case you thought the science behind the Democrats’ ban on gas stoves was B.S. …. You were right.

Reliability of Meta-Analysis Research Claims for Gas Stove Cooking−Childhood Respiratory Health Associations | Kindzierski | International Journal of Statistics and Probability | CCSE

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Chinese Wealth at Our Expense

Nikki Grace

If you watch Chinese mainland films and series on Rakuten Viki they are very conservative, very male/female oriented archetypes. And boy do their sets look opulent. The clothes, the beauty of the actors,(there are no woke actors or themes) the corporate settings, the cities. We really need to know what is going on there. It looks like the USA population paid for this ascension and wealth of China and the entire east. Our government and politicians sold us into slavery, sold our heritage.

Tim replies:

There was a conscious plan to make China a world superpower.Made

leine K. Albright spilled the beans back in the '90's when she said it was not good the U.S. was the world's lone superpower. She and the other internationalists wanted a counterbalance to American hegemony. So they systematically built China up.

We STILL give China foreign aid for "developing countries" even while they keep buying up our debt and lending us money, lending us money to give to them!

Through the Clinton, Bush, and Obama eras the U.S. systematically dismantled our industries and shipped most of them to China. We did it for "environmental" reasons, for reasons involving the high costs of labor here (and an unwillingness to make labor unions make concessions), and to avoid fixing our educational system. The Chinese were willing to do all this.

I am of the opinion this whole thing was planned, that it was decided by the powers that be that the U.S. would be the tech industry, China the manufacturing center, India the collection and distribution center, Africa and Latin America the raw materials center, etc. I think they planned this to make us "interdependent " and thus remove any chance of war. They did this to create the European Union, starting off with a coal and steel organization that turned into the Common Market then the E.U. I think they sought to do this on a global scale, and hoped for the same results; world government and an across the board economic system that was socialist in nature.

China was the key; make China a rich world power and all the rest would fall in line. So now they've succeeded, and we made China rich off American taxpayers and American wealth. But China has her own plans for the future. And we may not like them much.

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A Hike in the Woods

A Hike in the Woods

Timothy Birdnow


Arise young child! A rise and be glad
the morning is here, wash your face and be clad!
the sun pokes it's face over mountain and glade
the trail awaits, it's a gentle soft grade!

A hike in the wood
down a green sylvan pike
the dawn so pleasant down the trail I strike

All the birds are so happy, no time to be sad
now hurry along son so much to be had.
thus the trail does becon thus the morning does bade
and I eagerly strayed from the night times long shade!

O'er the hills and the valleys , o'er rivers and streams
In the stillness I dally not for long so it seems
In a race with the sun, which so lazily hurries
I find marvelous fun, and in joy have few worries

Oh what a wonderful thing is the morning in June
all the birds are out singing, all their marvelous tunes
but still that old sun seems to race far ahead
and my brow is now damp, and my skin turning red

And every so often a path breaks from the trail
and I'm not really sure if my course will soon fail
Do I turn right or left, do I follow the sun?
Do I turn at the cleft, or do I stay on this run?

I make my choices though I'm not really sure
the woods whispering voices to my mind as a lure
Each step of the way the road seems to grow narrow
Each passing climbs steeper, and I find it does harrow

The shadows are creeping, longer now in the afternoon
I wish I were sleeping, but it won't come too soon
the trail is long and is dusty and hot
I don't feel as strong as my hopes would allot

And still I have such a long way I must go
I climb up the ridges and climb down below
the bugs are about now and I swat them with zeal
I'm hot and I'm tired with a sore on my heel

The pleasant breeze of morning has turned a hot wind
it happened without warning, like a curse for ones' sin
My water's running dry now and my food is nearly gone
I swat away the flies and I miss the bright blue dawn

Oh where did the glories of the morning fly?
so playful and so joyous but now they are so shy

It's getting late now and my hike is winding down
I know not what my fate entails but I trundle without sound
I long for laughter, I long for friends
I hope that after I'll make my amends

The shadows long now, like ghosts on the path
their haunting songs put me in fear of their wrath
Shadows of the blades of grass
loom over me like sharp knives of brass

The trails are all converging now, my choices narrow more
is this the end of my great hike, or is there more in-store?
It seems it didn't matter which road I chose to tread
all roads pose the same portents, they fill me all with dread

And there in the distance I spy a high dark wall in the twilit gloom
I hear the cries of birds of prey, I fear the hand of doom
But there is no way to pass the wall, or turn back from my route
the grass is dry and withered now, the trees bereft of fruit

Then I see the tiny door in the wall so great and small and bare
My only route to get back home, I must take it, I must dare
I seek what lies beyond the door but the bright and sunny day
has turned to dust and the sun to rust,and my limbs will not obey

I stand alone on that windblown plain
the twilight gone
as is my lane

But I am afraid in a way I have never been before
what, pray tell, lay beyond that way
what beyond it is in store?

But there's no going back and there's no sitting still, though I desperately wish there would be
so I slip off my pack and I hike up my will and I poke in my head for to see

An undiscovered country, a morning pure and bright
a better place to tarry a place with joy and light
I looked back on my trail and saw my still self there
a strangely empty visage, a cold and blank dead stare

What do I care?

I slip inside the door
there I'll find so very much more.

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May 31, 2023

The Amish Rejected Covid Vaccines, Lockdowns and Masks, The Result? 30X Fewer Deaths

Dana Mathewson

From the European Union Times, via WorldNetDaily

The Amish community is seldom on our radar screen. Perhaps we ought to pay more attention to it. They certainly got it right when it came to COVID!

Amish communities rejected Covid vaccines, refused to wear masks, and went about their normal daily activities while the rest of America was turned upside-down.

According to the CDC and mainstream media, the Amish were set to suffer from excess death due to Covid. In reality, the exact opposite happened.

The mainstream media will not touch this story because it completely dismantles the entire establishment narrative. It shows that all the COVID interventions were completely unnecessary.

While mainstream America was suffering through lockdowns, school closures and mask-related madness, the Amish returned to normal in May 2020. Read that again.

The Amish achieved herd immunity before the vaccines were even available.

Even if the vaccine worked and was safe, there was simply no reason for them to take the vaccine because 90% had already been infected in 2020. Taking a vaccine after you’ve already got natural immunity is nonsensical and counterproductive. However, in the US, we were told to get the vaccine even if we recovered from COVID. Many people lost their livelihoods if they did not comply.

How did the Amish achieve herd immunity so fast? They did the exact opposite of what the CDC recommended. They did not watch TV, they carried on with their normal lives, they got enough sunlight (vitamin D) and zinc, and they used drugs like Ivermectin if they got sick.

The Amish would like you to know you have been fooled.

Today, more than 3 years later, you still cannot find more than a handful of Amish who died from COVID.

The rest of the article is found here: https://www.eutimes.net/2023/05/the-amish-rejected-covid-vaccines-lockdowns-and-masks-the-result-30x-less-deaths/?utm_source=wnd&utm_medium=wnd&utm_campaign=syndicated

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Chinese Hacking our Infrastructure

Timothy Birdnow

Chinese hackers are targeting our infrastructure according to Five Lies, er, Five Eyes.

So what is the Ice Cream Man, Balloon Boy, going to do about it?

Better cash his check from Beijing while there's time!

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Son of Soros

Timothy Birdnow

We have all suspected George Soros, the Judas Goat billionaire who steals people's retirement and crashes world economies, was the guiding hand in the Biden junta.

Now we have proof.

The liver-spotted lizard's son has visited Joe Biden 17 times at the White House. He isn't going for high tea.

The younger Soros, who chairs the board of directors for his father's Open Society Foundations network, has now visited the White House at least 17 times since 2021, according to a Fox News Digital review of visitor logs.

Alex's most recent visits include three meetings between February 8th and 10th, records released Tuesday show. The visitor logs list Jon Finer, the principal deputy national security adviser; Jordan Finkelstein, special assistant to the president and the chief of staff for senior Biden adviser Anita Dunn; and Mariana Adame, the adviser to the counselor of the president, as the individuals who greeted Alex.

I guess he's dropping off Captain Peachfuzz's check directly to him. And bringing orders from his Fuehrer, er, father.

Alex Soros has donated six million bucks to Democrats, but through his father's multiple "charities" he has donated far, far, far more. Soros is one of the prime funders of the great and glorious socialist revolution we are currently enjoying.

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A Herd of Prey Animals

Timothy Birdnow

House Republicans are pondering the use of the rule allowing them to declare the Speaker's seat vacant after the dreadful McCarthy surrender to Biden over the debt ceiling.

McCarthy was forced to reinstate that rule in return for the Speaker's gavel. Nancy Pelosi had removed it. Prior to that it was used to remove the drunkard John Boehner by his own party.

Matt Goetz, who had been a bitter McCarthy opponent at the time, stated:

"If a majority of Republicans are against a piece of legislation and you use Democrats to pass it, that would immediately be a black letter violation of the deal we had with McCarthy to allow his ascent to the Speakership, and it would likely trigger an immediate motion to vacate,"

The Florida Republican will no doubt be the one to file the motion.

This is exactly what all of us feared about Kevin McCarthy. He is cut fromt he same cloth as Paul Ryan.

24 Republicans have vowed to oppose the bill. McCarthy will have to pass it with a majority of Democrats.

Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina had this to say:

I’m voting NO on the debt ceiling debacle because playing the DC game isn’t worth selling out our kids and grandkids," the South Carolina Republican said.

Mace argued the bipartisan debt ceiling package "normalizes record high spending started during the pandemic" and "sets these historically high spending levels as the baseline for all future spending" while growing the government annually at around one percent.

"After factoring in a small cut to discretionary spending over the next 2 yrs, we are still talking about ~$6T more or less in spending [because] of large increases in spending elsewhere," Mace wrote. "In other words, it’s a wash spending-wise."


"During this time, govt grew 40% or by $2 trillion from 2019 to 2023," Mace wrote. "We went from spending just over $4T to spending just over $6T."

"This deal keeps that record high spending intact and makes it the baseline for all spending," she continued. "Wild."


Mace said the debt ceiling deal "doesn’t actually set a debt limit" and instead "suspends the debt limit entirely" until January 2, 2025 with no real cap on the debt ceiling.

"Some say there will be a $2T deficit in 6 years, but that CBO guesstimate relies on spending caps that do not exist and are not binding in any way in this deal," Mace wrote.

"And only in DC is a bill clawing back small amounts of unspent COVID funds considered a cut. They tell us this bill cuts $41b in its first year; about the same amount as the unspent COVID funds. Pretty convenient. Also not a cut."


The South Carolina Republican wrote that "pay-as-you-go has some fine print under Section 265" and encouraged Americans to read it, noting the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) director "has sole waiver authority to spend if it’s ‘necessary for program delivery.’"

Mace argued "that one line wipes out PAYGO" and that the "words on paper are totally meaningless if you read the fine print."

End excerpts.

All this does is lock in the pandemic levels of spending. And what do Republicans get? A SMALLER INCREASE than Biden was demanding. Promises by Biden for money now. And in the process they give up the most powerful weapon in their arsenal; the power of the purse. There will be no spending caps for two years, making the House impotent.

McCarthy should be drummed out of Congress for this betrayal. I hope Chip Roy files a motion to remove this idiot.

I am often struck by an analogy I devised based on a nature show I once saw. It was about wolves in a Canadian wildlife preserve. The wolves hunted Buffalo. The buffalo were bigger, stronger, and more numerous than the wolves, but it didn't matter. The wolves showed up and the buffalo faced off with them. And there matters rested, along with the wolves who were confident about how this would play out. The buffalo grew increasingly nervous as the wolves rested, confident in the outcome. Eventually a coward turned and ran - and all the rest of the buffalo stampeded away, and the wolves took out their fill of buffalo at their leisure. Replace wolves with Democrats and buffalo with Republicans and you have exactly what we see in D.C. The Democrats are the predagtors, confident in the knowledge they were hunting prey animals. The Republicans always turn tail and run after a time. They know it.

Frankly, there is no reason to vote FOR Republicans any longer. We vote for them solely because they aren't Democrats. They are willing to sell their own mothers for five more minutes in the political paradise.

The GOP is never, ever on the offensive. Always it's about how deep they should dig the hole in which to hide.

Trump wasn't a hole digger nor a buffalo, which is why they hated him. He suggested they stampede and crush the wolves. Like those Canadian bison the GOP was skittish, and hated Trump for making them face the pack.

We don't have an opposition party; we have a herd of prey animals.

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TikTok IS Harvesting Data

Carlos Velazquz

BREAKING: TikTok stores sensitive info in Chinese servers, according to FORBES investigation. I've saying this for years.

TikTok Creators’ Financial Info, Social Security Numbers Have Been Stored In China

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Wray Cited with Contempt of Congress

Timothy Birdnow

Christopher Wray, the archduke of Bray, has been cited with Contempt of Congress by the House of Representatives House Oversight Committee Chairman.

About time.

Wray repeatedly ignored deadlines for providing documents to House oversight committee investigators.

Wray, although a Trump appointee, was at the heart of many of the false allegations against the President.

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Nothing to See Here - So Trump is Unfit

Maurizio Morabito

#Trump update

2,212 days since the start of the Mueller investigation. It found nothing of substance against Trump and this means he’s unfit to lead.

939 days since the 2020 elections. No court found anything of substance against the voting process and this means Trump lost.

352 days since Adam Schiff declared the "January 6 committee has ‘credible evidence’ against Trump DOJ should investigate". The DOJ has done no such investigation and nobody has seen any credible evidence. This means Trump is unfit to lead.

296 days since the Mar-a-Lago raid. Not one person involved has presented anything of substance against Trump and this means he’s unfit to lead.

148 days since the January 6 committee disbanded. The committee criminally referred Trump to the DOJ for four suspected crimes. Nothing has come out of that. This means Trump is unfit to lead.

How can anyone take this as sensible?

Trump should probably thank dodgy elective computer systems and hundreds of mules that made Biden votes appear late at night.

Had he been re-elected some of the insane antitrumpers would have surely yelled SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS after doing the deed. Probably an actor.

Ps Democrats of course accused Lincoln of "mob rule” and "insurrection”. They never bore themselves do they.

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Subvert the Psychiatrists!

Kurt Womack

Food for thought......
From the 45 Communist Goals:
[...] 39. Dominate the psychiatric profession and use mental health laws as a means of gaining coercive control over those who oppose Communist goals. [...]
Do a search of McCauley and Moskalenko (name sure sounds Russian to me), who helped produce this graphic shown at uni brainwashing camps.

Government funded and supported white paper peer-reviewed study:
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How the West Stole Ukraine

Timothy Birdnow

Many people still believe that the Ukrainian government is an independent state resisting a would-be conqueror. That is not the case. The United States fomented the Orange Revolution and installed a puppet government there.

Here is the story of what happened.

Here is a taste:

Underlining the Endowment’s insidious true nature, in a 1991 Washington Post article boasting of its prowess in overthrowing Communism in Eastern Europe, senior NED official Allen Weinstein acknowledged, "a lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA.”
It Begins

Fast forward to September 2013, and Carl Gershman, NED chief from its launch until summer 2021, authored an op-ed for The Washington Post, outlining how his organization was hard at work wresting countries in Russia’s near abroad – the constellation of former Soviet republics and Warsaw Pact states – away from Moscow’s orbit.

Along the way, he described Ukraine as "the biggest prize” in the region, suggesting Kiev joining Europe would "accelerate the demise” of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Six months later, Ukraine’s elected president Viktor Yanukovych was ousted in a violent coup.

Writing in Consortium News earlier that month, investigative legend Robert Parry recorded how, over the previous year, NED had funded 65 projects in Ukraine totaling over $20 million. This amounted to what the late journalist dubbed "a shadow political structure of media and activist groups that could be deployed to stir up unrest when the Ukrainian government didn’t act as desired.”

NED’s pivotal role in unseating Yanukovych can be considered beyond dispute, an unambiguous matter of record – yet not only is this never acknowledged in the mainstream press, but Western journalists aggressively rubbish the idea, viciously attacking those few who dare challenge the established orthodoxy of US innocence.

As if to assist in this deceit, NED has removed many entries from its website in the years since the coup, which amply underline its role in Yanukovych’s overthrow.

For example, on February 3rd 2014, less than three weeks before police withdrew from Kiev, effectively handing the city to armed protesters and prompting Yanukovych to flee the country, NED convened an event, Ukraine’s lessons learned: from the Orange Revolution to the Euromaidan.

It was led by Ukrainian journalist Sergii Leshchenko, who at the time was finishing up an NED-sponsored Reagan–Fascell Democracy Fellowship in Washington DC.

Alongside him was Nadia Diuk, NED’s then-senior adviser for Europe and Eurasia, and graduate of St. Antony’s College Oxford, a renowned recruiting pool for British intelligence founded by former spies. Just before her death in January 2019, she was bestowed the Order of Princess Olga, one of Kiev’s highest honors, a particularly palpable example of the intimate, enduring ties between NED and the Ukrainian government.

While the event’s online listing remains extant today, linked supporting documents – including Powerpoint slides that accompanied Leshchenko’s talk, and a summary of "event highlights” – have been deleted.

What prompted the purge isn’t clear, although it could well be significant that Leshchenko’s talk offered a clear blueprint for guaranteeing the failure of 2004’s Orange Revolution – another NED-orchestrated putsch – wasn’t repeated, and the country remained captured by Western financial, political and ideological interests post-Maidan. It was a roadmap NED subsequently followed to the letter.

Along the way, Leshchenko specifically highlighted the importance of funding NGOs, exploiting the internet and social media as "alternative [sources] of information,” and the danger of "unreformed state television.”

So it was that on March 19th, representatives of the far-right Svoboda party – which has been linked to a false flag massacre of protesters on February 20th, an event that made the downfall of Yanukovych’s government a fait accompli – broke into the office of Oleksandr Panteleymonov, chief of Ukraine’s state broadcaster, and beat him over the head until he signed a resignation letter.

That shocking incident, motivated by the station broadcasting a Kremlin ceremony at which Vladimir Putin signed a bill formalizing Crimea as part of Russia, was one of many livestreamed by protesters that traveled far and wide online.

The brutal defenestration of Ukraine’s state TV chief notwithstanding, much of this livestreamed output served to present foreign audiences with a highly romantic narrative on the demonstrations, and their participants, which bore little or no relation to reality.


Writing in NED’s quarterly academic publication Journal of Democracy in July that year, Leshchenko discussed in detail the media’s role in the Maidan coup’s success, drawing particular attention to the fundamental role of "online journalist” Mustafa Nayyem.

He kickstarted the protests the previous November, rallying hundreds of his Facebook followers to protest in Kiev’s Independence – now Maidan – Square, after Yanukovych scrapped the Ukrainian-European Association Agreement in favor of a more agreeable deal with Moscow.

Nayyem was no ordinary "online journalist”. In October 2012, he was one of six Ukrainians whisked to Washington DC by Meridian International, a State Department-connected organization that identifies and grooms future overseas leaders, to "observe and experience” that year’s Presidential election.


On February 4th 2014, one day after Leshchenko’s NED presentation, an intercepted recording of a telephone call between Nuland – now Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs – and US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyattwas leaked, in which the pair discussed how Washington was "midwifing” Yanukovych’s ouster, and named several handpicked individuals to head the post-coup government.

Whether Nayyem’s influential US contacts in any way motivated his decision to ignite the Maidan demonstrations in November 2013 isn’t certain. The pivotal part he played in promoting the protests globally is far clearer, for he was a key founder of digital broadcaster Hromadske TV.

In his Journal of Democracy article, Leshchenko records how Hromadske hadn’t even officially launched when it began streaming Maidan demonstrations live, the literal second they erupted at Nayyem’s direction.

While Leshchenko coyly states that Hromadske "drew most of its modest funding from international organizations and the donations of Ukrainian citizens,” it actually received hundreds of thousands of dollars in financing from a variety of questionable sources, including the US Embassy in Ukraine, intelligence front USAID, George Soros’ International Renaissance Foundation, American oligarch Pierre Omidyar, and – of course – NED.

This is enough to get you started. Suffice it to say we've been meddling in Ukraine all along. This is not a war of resistance against an invader but so much as a battle over wealth and power between Russia and the U.S. Sort of like a clash between the Mafia and the Irish mob.

The Ukrainian People are just props for the media to promote a proxy war with the Russians.

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May 30, 2023

Trump, Cruz Furious

Timothy Birdnow

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are both furious about the impeachment of Ken Paxton in Texas. Read about it at Redstate.

Why did the Texas House vote to impeach Paxton? Probably because he fought the steal and the Texas legislature is full of RINO types.

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Nashville Shooting Poses a Threat to - Trans People

Timothy Birdnow

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a threat warning to the transgendered community based on chatter it is picking up - about the Nashville shooter!

Yes, they are trying to say that transgender copycatters are a threat to the TRANS community and not the rest of us!

I kid you not.

This is how bad it has gotten; our government is incapable of admitting that protected classes can committ crimes and is so determined to bash the normals that they sound like gibbering idiots and say Nashville poses a threat to the trannnies and not the normal people.

You can't make this stuff up.

Oh, I'm still waiting for the release of her manifesto. Seems they are just going to keep that from the public because it makes the prancer set look bad.

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Government Seizing Donations to J6 Prisoners

Timothy Birdnow

Jan. 6 political prisoners are bringing in lots of donations for their defense. So naturally the Department of Injustice is trying to steal it all.

From Yahoo Snooze:

Less than two months after he pleaded guilty to storming the U.S. Capitol, Texas resident Daniel Goodwyn appeared on Tucker Carlson's then-Fox News show and promoted a website where supporters could donate money to Goodwyn and other rioters whom the site called "political prisoners.”

The Justice Department now wants Goodwyn to give up more than $25,000 he raised — a clawback that is part of a growing effort by the government to prevent rioters from being able to personally profit from participating in the attack that shook the foundations of American democracy.

An Associated Press review of court records shows that prosecutors in the more than 1,000 criminal cases from Jan. 6, 2021, are increasingly asking judges to impose fines on top of prison sentences to offset donations from supporters of the Capitol rioters.

Dozens of defendants have set up online fundraising appeals for help with legal fees, and prosecutors acknowledge there's nothing wrong with asking for help for attorney expenses. But the Justice Department has, in some cases, questioned where the money is really going because many of those charged have had government-funded legal representation.

Now the Left regularly does this. In fact, our sitting Vice President ginned up support for the Minnesota Freedom Fund, which helped pay the bail and fines of rioters in the George Floyd case.

So it's fine when the Left does it but the right will be stopped by the Law!

This is what America has become; a land where your creed determines how you are treated. If you are conservative and liked America as it was you will be called an insurrectionist and held without trial in solitary.

This isn't America. It's Stalinist Russia.

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