Here are the top stories from this week that I think you will want to read:
- Fetterman shock
- Alarming signs of Biden’s mental decline
- Pelosi's election statements worry some Republicans
- Missouri v. Biden
And after you read my Sunday Standard, please leave me a comment.
This was originally published on 10/26.
Before I get into the details of last night’s shocking Pennsylvania Senate debate between John Fetterman and Dr. Mehmet Oz, I want to say something that needs to be said and repeated far and wide:
What we saw last night was not merely a sad display of someone struggling to do something he was clearly not capable of, it was also a live televised expose of a major conspiracy to commit election fraud on the voters of Pennsylvania.
I don’t blame Fetterman himself. It’s possible that he’s not even aware of how impaired he really is. Maybe in his mind, what he’s saying seems perfectly lucid. But the people around him, his wife and campaign team, obviously knew better. This is why they tried to lower expectations the day before the debate. It’s also why they tried to avoid a debate at all until they were pressured into it by even the liberal media outlets.
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Even then, they delayed it as long as possible in hopes of racking up the maximum number of early votes before the public discovered the truth (this is another reason why I don’t like early voting and urge people to wait until they know everything that’s going to come out.)
As one commentator pointed out, that was Fetterman at his absolute best. That was him after months of therapy and recuperation, with weeks of debate prep, the questions written out for him on a 70-inch monitor, and the chance to rehearse with the monitor. Even with every possible advantage, that was the best he could do. Imagine what he must be like when it isn’t all teed up for him and he hasn’t had weeks of rehearsal.
And the people closest to him KNEW that. They knew this man was incapable of doing the job, but they tried to hide that fact from voters. If you voted early for Fetterman based on their false assurances that he was completely fine except for a tiny auditory processing problem, wouldn’t you be furious at being hoodwinked? Maybe you’d like your ballot back so you could change it. Tough luck, sucker! It’s too late now.
I never again want to hear some Democrat pushing the ridiculous notion that there’s no such thing as election fraud (or that it exists only when a Democrat loses an election.) The next time someone says that to me, I’ll dare them to go to YouTube and watch this entire debate all over again. I can’t think of better evidence of naked election fraud, or a more painful punishment to have to endure.
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Alarming signs of Biden’s mental decline
This was originally published on 10/24.
A growing number of Republican lawmakers are beginning to echo the warnings of Rep. Ronny Jackson, the former White House doctor, that President Biden is exhibiting alarming signs of mental decline. The past few weeks have brought a number of brain glitches and senior moments during interviews and press conferences, and the latest is the most disturbing yet. It came in a forum Sunday with the obscure media outlet Now This News, featuring questioners as young as 15.
(By the way, note that this interview with the President of the United States has, at this writing, been on YouTube for over 13 hours and has fewer than 14,000 views.)
When asked about the lawsuits opposing his $500 billion student loan bailout, Biden dismissed objections, claiming that it’s the law now and saying, “It’s passed. I got it passed by a vote or two.”
No...that never happened. He never sent it to Congress, where it belonged but likely wouldn’t have passed. He signed an executive order, not a law. It’s long been rumored that Biden doesn’t understand what he's signing, but this seems to be proof that not only is someone else making the decisions, but Biden doesn’t even know what those decisions are.
In the same forum, Biden also endorsed unrestricted abortion at taxpayer expense, and the chemical castration and surgical mutilation of children in an interview with a biological male in a dress who makes TikTok videos in which he pretends to be a teenage girl. How presidential.
As Bonchie at Redstate.com points out, “gender-affirming care” is an oxymoron. He also isn’t as disturbed by the senility as by the pandering to degeneracy.
I urge you to read the whole article, but I want to quote this part, because I think it deserves a wider audience. He writes that the worst part is that “Biden doesn’t believe a word of it. If he did, you could at least chalk his rantings up to mental illness. But he’s doing all of this for political gain, as foolish as that may be. He’s literally willing to endorse the abuse of children if he believes it will gain him and his party a few more loyal followers. That is deprivation on par with some of the worst people in history…
The elites in society, specifically those in the media sphere, are going to tell you that you’ve got to be ‘tolerant’ of this nonsense. That you must sit idly by while kids are abused and everything that makes sense is turned upside down. They’ll even threaten to call you names like ‘transphobe’ and ‘bigot.’ But you know what? Who cares? This stuff is not okay. It’s not normal. It’s dangerous, and it must be stopped.”
Personally, I don’t know what Biden is thinking. He may sincerely believe that the biggest threat to America is that scary Republicans will come out of the woods with torches and force your children not to cut their genitals off. The problem is that some unelected people around him believe in dangerous nonsense like that, and as long as they can exercise Presidential power over the people through him, not only is America not safe, but it’s certainly not a “democracy.”
Pelosi's election statements worry some Republicans
This was originally published on 10/24.
Some Republicans are concerned that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi keeps saying that the Democrats are “in great shape” to keep their Congressional majorities. She told one interviewer that they’re going to win and you can “take it to the bank.”
Of course, after a couple of years with them in charge, nobody has anything to take to the bank anymore. But there are worries that Pelosi was telegraphing that “the fix is in.” Maybe with early voting falling on Halloween, they’ve arranged for all the dead people to rise from the graveyards and vote Democrat. While I wouldn’t discount that possibility, it’s worth noting that Republicans have passed more voter integrity laws and there are many more volunteers ready to watch polling places this year. After 2020, they know what to look out for, what to record, and to refuse to leave when they have the right to witness what’s being done.
Also, Pelosi has a history of predicting Democrat victories before every election, even ones where they’ve been wiped out. Let’s hope she’s just whistling past the graveyard, in hopes that dead people will take it as a sign to rise up and vote.
Missouri v. Biden
This was originally published on 10/25.
In case you missed it…and chances are you did, since most media outlets are trying desperately to ignore it…Miranda Divine had a report in Sunday’s New York Post about the “little-noticed” federal lawsuit, Missouri v. Biden, which could be something very big.
She says it’s uncovering “astonishing evidence” of a censorship conspiracy between the federal government and Big Tech “that would make Communist China proud.” So far, 67 individuals and agencies, including the FBI, have been accused in the lawsuit of pressuring Facebook, Twitter and Google to censor users for spreading “misinformation and disinformation” about such subjects as Hunter Biden’s laptop, COVID-19, the efficacy of masks and vaccines, and election integrity. What that meant in many cases was that they were sharing facts and Constitutionally-protected opinions that conflicted with the government’s narratives but that later were proven correct.
Read the whole article so you’ll be prepared on the hoped-for day when all this comes out in court and even media outlets that don’t have to be pressured to parrot Democrat narratives are forced to cover it.
Related: David Strom at HotAir.com looks at the latest example of a “fact-check” designed to deceive the public.
In this case, it was the “fact-checkers” jumping on Tucker Carlson for saying that the CDC vote to add COVID vaccines to childhood vaccination schedules meant it would be a requirement. Technically, that’s not 100% accurate. The CDC schedule is a “recommendation,” and states can set their own policies. But as Strom notes, that ignores the actual fact that at least 12 states simply cut-and-paste CDC recommendations into their requirements.
It also helps distract from the much bigger story of why the CDC is recommending regular doses of a vaccine that many experts say poses more risk to children than the disease itself. As Strom points out, while the CDC is “recommending” the vaccine to children as young as five, Denmark doesn’t even offer boosters to anyone under 50 unless there’s some specific reason.
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