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  1. Come to think of it and speaking of political family legacies that Trump took out, the Clintons are done now too. Kind of a shame he missed the Obamas though. Oh well, next time.
  2. If you're looking for a dose of the Monkey Pox, I guess.
  3. Less and less... The power centers of the neo cons are pretty much gone now. The Bushes, The McCains and now the Chaneys. All Gone. Washed away in the wave of America First. The Republican swampies like Graham and McConnel need to go next. You could ask the Lincoln Project if they still think they're Republicans. I didn't hear about them being at CPAC this time around.
  4. First, I hate to say it but as always, you're wrong. They gave a name to the IRS agents they armed to make it sound official - "Special Agents." But they are IRS and they are armed. In 2018 the GAO reported the IRS has more than 2000 IRS enforcement agents with more than 4,000 weapons. https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2022/08/16/an_irs_thats_armed_and_dangerous_148052.html I'm not going to spend the rest of the day looking for it but Tucker claims OpentheBooks.com has found the IRS spent more than 20 million dollars on guns and ammo between 2006 and 20019. The IRS is currently hiring. Here's one of the qualifications. Be legally allowed to carry a firearm. https://www.jobs.irs.gov/resources/job-descriptions/irs-criminal-investigation-special-agent Congressman Matt Gaetz just introduced the Disarm the IRS act. 87,000 new agents is based on Republican math and the Treasury department wants to quibble about who new agents would be and like to insinuate a significant portion are replacement personnel but there is no quibble over the fact they are using the bounty they just had poured on them from Biden's new bill to hire new personnel. Now how much of that is going into their armed division and how many new "special agents" will they hire out of the 10s of thousands of new hires? There are different opinions but mine and many others are as valid as your "fact checker" 'nothing to see here' version. My estimate on how many of the '87,00' will be armed "Special Agents" is as many as suits the IRS at the time. The right wing Heritage organization makes this equally valid guesstimate: https://www.heritage.org/budget-and-spending/commentary/fact-checking-team-biden-who-those-87000-new-irs-agents-would-audit
  5. The Whitmer Kidnapping plot was an FBI fabricated hoax. Go ahead Jack and herb show us how superior you are by proving that wrong. Bet you can't.
  6. Really? Want a better one. You can see the whole thing by Tucker where he goes into Merrick Garland whining to you gullible dupes about how he and the FBI are the real victims. Then he shows in example after real world example how that's a lie: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ZecYowTeZyDn/
  7. Oh wait...here's that clip from Tucker I was telling you about where he goes into the Gretchen Whitmer Kidnapping hoax: and here's another one on the Jan 6 planted Pipe Bomb mystery:
  8. Yeah, isn't it cute when they virtue signal their ignorance? Like refusing knowledge if it says something they're not comfortable with makes them in some way superior.
  9. Also, does anybody remember when those 2 muslim terrorists tried to shoot up Pamela Gellar's "Let's Draw Mohammed" contest but got shot up themselves? Even if your American corporate left or Canadian government paid media told you about it they may have left this bit out: Undercover FBI Agent Told Garland Jihadist: ‘Tear Up Texas’
  10. There's also a pretty well reasoned suspicion that the FBI may have had something to do with that pipe bomb planted the eve of Jan 6 that never went off. Tucker reams off a list of the misdeeds of Biden's weaponized DOJ and its FBI enforcers starting at the 9:30 mark of this one: He has a good one on the Gretchen Whitmer kidnap hoax too but I lost it.
  11. Suppose tomorrow the headline was 'Hillary Clinton diagnosed with Alzhemer's?' Now many, if not most on my side of the aisle would say, "Of course. Knew it all along. You could see it." Wouldn't change the fact she didn't have Alzheimer's until August of 2022 though. Here's another one. I don't know if you've ever had any experience with friends or family suffering from dementia but here's what happens. You notice a gradual decline in the person's memory and cognitive ability. Finally you call to get them checked out. The first question the expert asks the potential dementia sufferer is, "Do you know where you are?" Now flash forward to this fantasy you have where you say Ronald Reagan and Joe Biden suffer from the same sort of cognitive decline. I know what you're talking about. Some look back and say Ronald Reagan started declining after the assassination attempt. He slipped over a couple replies in his first debate for his second term. In the second debate the moderator asked Ron if he felt his age was going to keep him from being able to handle the job. Reagan replied "Not to worry. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I'm not going to exploit my opponent's youth and inexperience." They didn't have wireless ear buds, today's medication, or teleprompters in Ronald Reagan's day. So what you saw was what you got. Here's Reagan being interviewed 2 years before the end of his second term: Why can't Joe do that? Don't answer. You'll just be wrong again. The answer is because Reagan still had a functioning mind and Joe doesn't. It's true, for a time, after the assassination attempt on Reagan he didn't appear to be his same old self. His staff started to worry about cognitive decline. They gave him a test. He passed. He was fine, just shook up. So if you're saying Sniffy and Ron are the same thing as far as cognitive decline goes, well your majesty...add that to the seemingly endless list of things you're wrong about.
  12. Seriously...stop crying. You earned your title King of Wrong. It isn't something you can pass on just because you don't like it. Live with it. Or stop being wrong. But we all know that isn't going to happen.
  13. Oh will you please stop whining. It's embarrassing. You don't like the King of Wrong label. We get it.
  14. I've been listening to Trudeau's paid media this morning. They're really worried. Apparently there have been many more Ukrainian immigrants than Afghani come to Canada lately. The concern seems to be on all three cable channels. Like it was handed down from above. Apparently this is a horrific thing in Prog world. They claim this is because the Taliban is holding up the process. It's almost like Muslims don't want their flock running to the West. I'd say it's also because there are many Ukrainian Christians and their organizations in Canada assisting in the process. It's cultural. Justin's secretarial pool in his paid media doesn't like it. It's like, "An indigenous western culture?! Here in Canada?! Pfft, pshaw, phooey..." Ukrainians are Christian, Western, and too many damned blondes. Can't have that.
  15. Then there are all those murders in Nigeria. Christians are 10 times more likely to murdered and 60 times more likely to abducted in Nigeria. Guess who the perps are behind all that.
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