Saturday, August 06, 2022

Jim Acosta really is an asshat

And that's the mildest of things he should've been told on live tv over time.

And they must really be worried about the election for someone from the Biden White House to be telling him these things.

Here's a federal prosecutor who needs to be unemployed

A press release Wednesday by the U.S. Attorney in charge of the federal prosecutor's office in Massachusetts, Rachael S. Rollins announced the rollout of an "End Hate Now" telephone hotline (emphasis added):

The "End Hate Now" hotline [1-83-END-H8-NOW] is dedicated for reporting hate-based incidents or potential criminal activity. Massachusetts residents and visitors are encouraged to call the hotline to report concerning or troubling incidents of hate, potential hate crimes, or concerns regarding individuals believed to be espousing the hate-filled views or actions we learn of far too often in the wake of mass shootings and/or acts of hate-based violent extremism. Callers are encouraged to leave their contact information but may remain anonymous….

Of course they can.  And oh yes, there's more.

If she's got so little to do dealing with actual crime that she's got time to play with her favorite "I want to make everyone better, and punish them if they aren't" game, or is happy to ignore the real stuff to do this, she needs to be gone.

Let's throw in that she's got no business policing speech because some of it seems distasteful to her.  That's a violation of her oath to the Constitution.

Friday, August 05, 2022

Yea, the time now having passed to one of Those Evenings,

the bounty has been gathered to share.

From that dickhead Nadler on the current "Ban all the things!" crap:

“The problem is that they’re in common use.”
Which, of course, extends to something else: Credibility. Nadler just confirmed what we have told our fellow Americans for years: They are coming for our guns. He openly admits it. Because that threat is credible, we don’t look crazy – and efforts by anti-Second Amendment extremists to make us look crazy will fail.
They'll still say it, but it's in the open now.

And the Bruen decision marches on

Since Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas made crystal clear in his ruling in New York Pistol and Rifle v. Bruen that the Second Amendment is not a second-class civil right, the question becomes: how far does this decision go? After consulting several gun and constitutional lawyers, here’s the short answer: very far. Read on.
A bunch of politicians have already admitted they're passing laws they know are unconstitutional to try and get around this decisioin(which they can't) and/or try to delay it as much as possible.  It's going to take a while.

More ref some of the .gov and state creatures, and media enablers

They have an opening for another creature in the swamp.

Translation: "You people aren't showing up voluntarily for us to crap on and blame for all ills, so we'll give you a subpoena!"It's Huffing Post, so if you don't want to give them a click,
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform subpoenaed firearm manufacturer Smith & Wesson on Tuesday after it refused to provide the panel with information about its revenue and business tactics.
(notice the not-exactly-neutral wording)
Two of the other gun manufacturers at the center of the investigation also failed to meet the committee’s demands and may be subject to subpoenas. Sig Sauer, which produced the assault rifles used in the two deadliest mass shootings in American history, refused to provide any sales data, revealing only that AR-15-style rifles make up around 3% of its total revenue. Bushmaster, another major gun manufacturer, only provided sales data from 2021.

Damn, I think I like this man.  Probably make a good President if he could be convinced to run.

Wednesday, August 03, 2022

And some more

Clearing some stuff,

there may be some repeats as I'm not the most organized guy