Friday, February 03, 2023

One last thing: some people at Pfizer need to be given a subpoena

and told "You don't show up, or you lie under oath, you'll be behind bars."  And then DO IT.
In an undercover video released by Project Veritas, he discusses the possibility that hitherto unknown aspects of mRNA technology in the COVID-19 vaccine could affect women’s hormonal and menstrual cycles.

Dr. Walker said, “There is something irregular about the menstrual cycles. So, people will have to investigate that down the line.”

“The [COVID-19] vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that [menstrual cycles]. So, we don’t really know,” he said.

He also said in the video, “I hope we don’t find out that somehow this mRNA lingers in the body and like — because it has to be affecting something hormonal to impact menstrual cycles.”

“I hope we don’t discover something really bad down the line…If something were to happen downstream and it was, like, really bad? I mean, the scale of that scandal would be enormous.”


It now being one of the special evenings,

take a look at what I've gathered for you 










































Thursday, February 02, 2023

Time for some clearing














Well. 'Man Crushed By Urinal' isn't a headline you expect to see

LONDON - A pop-up urinal crushed a man to death in London’s theater district Friday, police said.

Firefighters used a winch to free the man after he became trapped under a hydraulic urinal at Cambridge Circus, a busy intersection in the city’s West End.


Hunter Biden admits the laptop was his: "I'm a victim

of those awful people who got hold of it!"

No, I'm not kidding.
First son Hunter Biden’s lawyers admitted late Wednesday that the infamous laptop that the now-52-year-old abandoned at a Delaware computer repair shop in the throes of his crack cocaine addiction does indeed belong to him.

The revelation came in a petulant letter from Hunter’s lawyers seeking a criminal probe into what they called attempts to “weaponize” its contents.

Etc.

Can you say 'spoiler attack'?  They know actual investigation of what was on that computer would have put Hunter in a cell, other family members in adjoining ones, and big damn problems for President Gropey.  So "Let's claim we're victims because those people who got into the computer you abandoned wronged you."  Which, with much of the left, will work, since they'll excuse a Biden for anything, because
A: "He got the bad orange man out of office!" and
B: "We've got to keep that idiot Kamala out of the Oval Office!"

This may get real interesting.

And still, they wonder why people don't trust them...

...Now, former executive editor for The Washington Post Leonard Downie Jr. and former CBS News President Andrew Heyward have released the results of their interviews with over 75 media leaders and concluded that objectivity is now considered reactionary and even harmful. Emilio Garcia-Ruiz, editor-in-chief at the San Francisco Chronicle said it plainly: “Objectivity has got to go.”

Notably, while Bob Woodward and others have finally admitted that the Russian collusion coverage lacked objectivity and resulted in false reporting, media figures are pushing even harder against objectivity as a core value in journalism.

And if you point out they've just given them no reason to trust them, you're pushing 'misinformation', and against 'social justice' and other such bullshit.

I repeat what I once said: 'Journalist' = 'Sorry excuse for a reporter'

Wednesday, February 01, 2023

One of the problems with leftists: if what they're pushing is bullshit, they don't care

as long as they can keep pushing the bullshit.  Such as Hannah-Jones does with her '1619 Project', and idiots help her along.  Such as by pushing this clown as a emancipator.
Indeed, when Dunmore fled the capital, he carried away a sizable staff of "servants" from the palace grounds and relocated them to Porto Bello, his sprawling plantation a few miles up the river. Yes, the 1619 Project's designated agent of "emancipation" for the British crown was an enslaver himself. Dunmore encamped on a succession of warships anchored in the nearby York River, never to return to the building where Holton erroneously situated the decree. He occasionally took a barge over to the plantation house at Porto Bello to enjoy fine dining with his officers, served by his relocated slaves. But that ended as patriot militias gained control of the peninsula on which the property sat, and Dunmore withdrew to Norfolk. By November 7, 1775—the date of the order—he had long lost any semblance of control over the colony. The decree anticipated an unsuccessful campaign to regain a foothold in the colony. In retrospect, it was a desperate move to restore himself to power by inducing a slave revolt amid the already-unfolding revolution, rather than any true attempt to affect "emancipation" at large.

And yes, there's a lot more.

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

That's one hell of an avalanche,

and both the speed and distance covered...

That supposedly rational people can defend this crap...

It’s not that Rosza is denying sexually explicit books are in school libraries, he’s reframing these books as literature promoting “LGBTQ+++++” rights. And aren’t you the hate hate hatey bigot for denying kids to learn about oral and anal sex complete with pictures? Books where sexual contact between an adult and minor is just considered another form of learning to be one’s authentic self? All those parents who are complaining to school boards, Rozsa wants you to know you’re just too stupid to know you’re being manipulated.

I hate to repeat myself, yet again, but after 22 years in the judicial arena I have seen all sorts of criminal cases involving adults who sexually exploit kids. Gaining the confidence of kids, exposing them to explicit sex and telling them it’s all good and swearing them to keep it secret from their parents is classic grooming.

And from all corners of the nation, from public to private schools, that’s exactly what’s happening where radical Progressives are running things. It is child indoctrination, or The Queering of students, on a such a huge scale that parents could not help noticing during the lockdowns.



Monday, January 30, 2023

Twitter Files, the gift

that keeps on giving.
A left-wing think tank erroneously claiming to track Russian online activity was responsible for thousands of bogus stories asserting the nation’s influence in US politics, according to the latest batch of Twitter Files.

The Hamilton 68 “dashboard” was the brainchild of former FBI special agent and MSNBC contributor Clint Watts and operated under the Alliance for Securing Democracy, a think tank founded in 2017 — shortly after former President Trump took office.

The ASD Advisory Council included such figures as top Clinton ally John Podesta, Obama-era acting CIA Director Michael Morell, former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, and former conservative activist Bill Kristol.
 
The latest Twitter Files disclosure, the 15th so far, revealed how Hamilton 68’s Russian bot dashboard repeatedly insisted there was widespread and deep Russian penetration of social media and unveiled that Twitter executives frequently challenged those claims internally.


Sunday, January 29, 2023

Barrel obstructions in shotguns

VERY bad news.

Remember, the green politicians, hand in hand with the WEF, want this

Otherwise they wouldn't be pushing to end natural gas, which produces important stuff for fertilizer.  And wouldn't be pushing more governments to do what the Netherlands is doing, putting farmers out of business and telling others "You can't use the most efficient fertilizer, because Climate Change."
The Green Markets North American Fertilizer Index, already high, jumped 16% last Friday. Urea, a major fertilizer ingredient, went up 22%. Potash, another major ingredient (Russia is the top producer), increased 34% in Brazil, the world’s leading fertilizer importer. The price for standard “starter fertilizer” 10-34-0 is up 49% from a year ago and likely to go much higher.

Bloomberg analyst Alexis Maxwell calls it “a slow-moving disaster.”
...
Then, too, there are skyrocketing prices for gasoline and diesel, which are essential for today’s mechanized farming and for getting food to consumers. Add these increases in cost and decreases in production to the shortages likely to come from the Ukraine invasion, and we’re looking at really dramatic increases in food prices. In the West this will mean discomfort. Elsewhere it will mean starvation. Bureaucrats aren’t helping.

And they'll continue not to.  Like President Gropey and company, still trying to destroy our oil & gas industry, not caring what that means for people.

Saturday, January 28, 2023

And now, for the moment you half-dozen people have been waiting for,

the seventh evening data dump









































A short ammo test

In this case, noticed these at work the other day
40-grain bullet at 1050 feet per second.  Price wasn't bad, so got a box to try.  Which led today to this at 25 yards on the bottom bullseye, 30 at the top


Which is not bad for a iron-sighted rifle and resting my forearm on the bench.  And on top, that one to the left was a called flyer.

I shot two more groups and they were comparable.  I'm going to get more of this stuff and try it out with a better rest, and if the weather is good at longer distance.  And from the sound, I suspect it would work very well with a suppressor.

Friday, January 27, 2023