Sunday, February 14, 2016

So we're not the only place with corrupt labs screwing people

Even though child services found no proof that she was a negligent parent, that didn't count for much against the overwhelmingly positive results from a hair test. The lab results said she was abusing alcohol on a regular basis and in enormous quantities.
...Motherisk hair test results indicated that Marchand had been downing 48 drinks a day, for 90 days. "If you do the math, I would have died drinking that much" Marchand says. "There's no way I could function."

The court disagreed, and determined Marchand was unfit to have custody of her daughter.
It was bullshit.  Along with a lot more of their results.  People should be in prison, and lose everything they have, over this.

And the judge who read these results and didn't question them should lose that black robe, because he's an idiot.

Speaking of idiots, no, progressives don't like people talking about their history.  Especially since so many of them would still like to go back to eugenics.

Scalia died, which is a real bad thing in a variety of ways.  Including listening to the leftists scream and dance in the blood in joy, and demand Thomas follow him.

The Stupid Party Senate head has announced 'no justice will be confirmed before the end of the year', which is good.  Assuming that clown McConnell actually means it.  I'm sure a lot of SP senators are getting messages and calls saying 'You roll over on this, your ass is gone', and that's good.  If they even try, they should be gone; this is too important to allow any tolerance for such crap.

Apparently the conspiratards are going around storymaking about "Who did it?"  That doesn't help either.

Ah, Canada, this level of stupid is just amazing:
Canadian soldiers are being kicked out of their homes on military bases and Muslim migrants from Syria are being flown in to live in our soldiers' homes.
And the troops are being put in hotels.  Wonderful.  Just bloody amazing.
From an earlier piece(linked in the above):
Included in the Department of National Defence budgets are hundreds of thousands of dollars set aside for “religious support," including the purchase of Muslim Korans, prayer mats and foot-washing towels.
The plans also call for the construction of mosques or “worship centres," using taxpayers dollars.
The planning documents, in English and French, were released in response to a Rebel "Access to Information" request about religious expenditures by the Department of National Defence.
But the detailed Quebec budget plans also shed light on the sheer scale of the Trudeau government’s plans to set up refugee camp-style accommodations on seven Canadian Forces Bases across Quebec and Ontario.

Well, make up your mind, you two-faced bastard.
Though just months ago President Barack Obama excoriated and mocked Republicans who oppose offering Syrian refugees resettlement in the U.S., Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday characterized the flood of refugees entering Europe as a “threat” of “near existential” proportions to the continent.

“The United States of America understands the near existential nature of this threat to the politics and fabric of life in Europe,” Kerry told the Munich Security Conference Saturday, according to the the State Department’s transcript of his remarks.

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