New Antifa Toy Is All The Rage

Satire is back and so is Babylon Bee, at least on social media, after being blocked for some time.  So here is a Christmas themed gem. I’ll call it the “Bah house-bug.”

Fun New ‘Antifa On The Shelf’ Doll Burns Down Different Part Of Your House Every Night

ATLANTA, GA — This week, the parent company of the popular toy “Elf on a Shelf” announced a new extension to their product line – “Antifa On A Shelf,” an Antifa-themed doll that burns down a different part of the house every night while the family sleeps. …/

https://babylonbee.com/news/fun-new-antifa-on-the-shelf-doll-burns-down-different-part-of-your-house-every-night

I’m sorry but if that doesn’t light you up, nothing will.

Take The L-Train, Don’t Complain

So here we are a month out from elections and things don’t look any better than they did before election. I know it is not really a loss, supposedly, but it certainly didn’t render the judgement we preferred.

Sure there are plenty of reasons for that — elections post pandemic being what they are. But I am not in the sympathy business. What has really changed? Right on cue we got the Georgia verdict.  Warnock drones were active, similar to the Fetterman drones.

It doesn’t help that almost immediately the attention shifts to the 2024 election. But if we are not accomplishing anything yet, under these circumstances, how do you have confidence in 2024?

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Media will do what it loves, shift all the attention to Donald Trump and any investigations they have on the docket. At this point, even the groundhog is getting dizzy. Once again, on cue they got a crocked up verdict against the Trump Org .

And it seems the conversation has not changed one bit. “Don’t pay any attention to media” is the mantra everywhere of conservatives. You can’t trust anything they say.

Speaking of media and their nefarious ability to puke and return to their vomit, Elon Musk has his hands full just trying to put out the truth in Twitter Files on 2020. Well, until you realize how controversial that can be.

So Elon will have to add more private security and eliminate public events because of all the current death threats. And at this point he’d have to consider the personal risk from the Feds for exposing their little electioneering scheme with social media. But Musk said no more public photo opportunities.

Well, it’s the price of trying to do the right thing and telling any truth. Doing that is quite risky lately. Can’t hardly blame some people for laying low. Oh, the price must be paid for standing for right and wrong. “Controversy” now is anything that doesn’t agree with the left’s and media’s narrative of the day. Mess with that and you can draw the death card.

Meanwhile, Joey’s prescription for the public is 1099’s on any transaction over 600 bucks. From the founder of Biden Inc who had over a 150 SAR (suspicious activity reports) from bank transactions, which no one is allowed to see now. But Beijing Biden wants a tax document trail filed on every transaction for John, Joe or Mary of 600 or more.

Though Joe hasn’t shown us the Biden Inc transactions. Those would be where his son, or someone, paid the expenses and bills on his abode in Delaware. Illegal and qualify as gifts, a no no, which likely was not claimed as income for him or Jill.

Plus, we don’t know the secretive relationship or the donor amounts on a fund held at Penn State University in Pennsylvania. Nope, that’s on lock down but we know China is a top to that (slush) fund donor. No surprise.

And now we know the Congress got their mittens on at least 6 years of IRS tax returns of Donald Trump, with the Supreme’s approval. I’m sure those will be ferreted out and parsed out (read leaked) for public consumption, as they see the need.

You and I or whoever Joe America is anymore, seeing how the left hates the country, has to suffer what they are putting us through. As if inflation and economic calamity was not bad enough, with energy prices through the roof as well. But it is all intentionally directed at us just as it was in Venezuela. If they can get jokers like Fetterman, Biden and Warnock elected, then what pray tell can they have done to the rest of us on a whim?

Take the L-Train and don’t complain, say the growing leftist chants. “Heed the warning.”

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Tweety Leaks

So Elon Musk taps Matt Taibbi to do an analysis on Twitter’s pre-election behavior in 2020, where they banned a legitimate news story, among its other party activities. They acted in unison with all the MSM, DNC and Deep State apparatus assisting.

Now Democrat cult members are whining about the nasty revelations. “Boo, hiss, Elon!”

Dear distraught Democrats:
Let me know if we ever get an honest review or autopsy from MSM, or its operatives, over any of their huge “press” failures. I’ll be waiting!

Oh, but the minute Elon Musk probes the legacy media’s integrity and credibility deficit, you are all suddenly enraged and moving to China ….where free speech is valued.

They owe America a collective apology. And it will be arriving on the first day of never.

But it is weird how we haven’t witnessed a mass exodus of Democrats leaving the country, yet. I didn’t know the airlines were so backed up, or tickets were that hard to get.

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Joey’s Thanksgiving Fork In His Turkey

The word before Thanksgiving was that Biden was going to talk to his family and survey them about whether he should run again. (….or not)

Now allow me to put that in the proper syndicate vernacular:

So Biden Inc. is going to ask his incestuous Board of Benefactors if he should run for president again, to go for another four years?

There, and what do you think their answers would be? Individually and collectively.
Hey, maybe he could poll the CCP while he’s at it, just for an extra measure.

Which will it be:
#1) Yes, we need the money operation to keep on pumping. The sky is the only limit!
#2)No, we got enough already, you should retire. We got the 3rd generation covered.

 

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Disaster Relief In A Shape-Shifting World

From the bowels of disbelief, where common sense seems to get vomited out.

My friends, it is time for a word from a rambling cynic about disaster relief. There are areas in the country that for one reason or another are more prone to natural disasters. In those areas, there are hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, or earthquake and fires. These are justifiably natural disasters.

Now understandably some people aren’t crazy about it, but there is room and need for federal responses to help in those horrific times. Sometimes there are warnings, even if short, and other times there are no warnings at all when people or towns are slammed by a disaster causing millions or billions in damages. It is nice to know federal government has a department that has come to specialize in disaster responses of all types.

After all it is a monumental task for towns or cities to respond often on no notice to a natural disaster that seemed to come out of nowhere, which almost stops the clock on daily routines or activities of the simplest kind — from getting groceries to schools and work, to local services. It throws lifestyle and lives into a frenzy. We know some of them by name and others by what they are, be it twisters or floods. They are catastrophic events when lives are on the line. We pray and have first-responders who turn into heroes on a moments notice.

We are thankful for those responders and yes, thankful also for the government who can step in at these times with the resources to help. That is the kind of help we need to stabilize a chaotic time and hopefully add more organization and aid to traumatic events. Some may wish it wasn’t necessary but often it is, and can make a big difference. Not everyone sits around with the equipment and resources to take on an emergency crisis out of nowhere. Often we don’t know ahead of time what will be needed. We can only predict but predictions fall short. So we can use or need the extra resource-power and help.

So what of it when this seems to be stood on its head? What about when the very process goes very wrong? What happens when the process is abused or reversed? I mean by that when government becomes the problem and not the solution. Yes, it is a real thing.

We have seen horrible films about the causes of all types of disasters, some natural and some man-made. I have been leading here up to a certain point. Some disasters do have causes, unlike purely natural disasters with weather and phenomena.

We don’t actually control the elements regardless what some would like us to believe. We aren’t going to stop a tornado. We can only prepare for them, should they occur. Blaming ice melt in the Arctic for a flood seems rather pointless when you think about it. A shark attack cannot simply be blamed on fishermen. Things can and do what they are going to do. However, preparedness may be a key to riding out a catastrophe. The cause and effect of many natural disasters is very scant. But prevention of them is a whole other matter.

So we know what natural disasters are, and we know what man-made catastrophes are. They both require a cleanup or response when they happen. And we often add to it that our response tends to bring people together. That is important too.

Now for the other hand. This one can be just as bad and horrific.

But now we have a new phenomena, more recent and tragic nonetheless. We have crises and disasters that are generated by government, then dispersed across the country. They are created for the most part by coastal elites in Washington that also think they know better than the rest of the country how we should live, work, or do any of the things we do with our lives. These diabolical maniacs of ego and power are usually not so connected to the people who suffer the effects. These creators of catastrophe live in safe areas and bubbles normally removed from the real effects. But there is trauma, heartbreak, pain (lots of it), and tragic effects in these disasters too.

With these government generated crises the first response is to deny they are happening; then claim they are only minor, and dismiss them as real problems. The latest strain of disasters are the intentional ones. They certainly don’t want to take responsibility for it.  They would rather try to blame us or our perception, and dismiss the cause altogether.

That is why I decided to call them Disaster Deniers. Not only do they deny the crises but they want to make sure you do not connect any of it with them. That seems to be their entire concern that they get any blame. So they look around for anything to point to as the cause — anything but them. One after another we see and feel the effects.

But when the people suffer “a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

Maybe we should  reread the Declaration of Independence before every election, then vote accordingly. Think of it as disaster protection insurance or disaster relief.

This is why I wrote another post on “The Prose of Election Politics.” We know how to deal with natural disasters. Do we know how to deal with man-made disasters, and those who deny them? I find it hard to believe most people in the country deny the crises in front of them or the cause.  The coastal elites are not even trying very hard to hide the cause anymore. They just think we have no capacity to deal with it, even if we are aware of it.

Take for instance Pennsylvania’s Senatorial election. They did elect Fetterman, as I begrudgingly predicted. So in the face of disasters and crises from Washington, how can you go and vote for more of it and for someone like Fetterman? Well, we know. They will absolutely vote for anyone who is put in front of them. Okay, but then just don’t act to the rest of us like it is doing something toward the problems by voting for him.

Now take a look at the county map of PA for a breakdown. NBC has a decent one. It shows a whole lot of red on it. In county after county, Fetterman had low numbers. There were counties where he had only 15% or 19%. But radical Dems ran up the numbers in Philly (82%). So there must be a lot of people in PA who are livid at the outcome. Why should their process and decision be hijacked by these uber radical areas? It’s another man-made, government-created disaster brought to you by the same disaster deniers.

Remember the words of Rahm Emanuel: “never let a crisis go to waste.” (even if and especially if you created it yourself)

That long train is only getting longer and longer. Who’s pretending the train doesn’t exist?

 

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Dan Rather Weighs In On Democracy and Journalism

Here are a few lines that Dan Rather had in some of his political rantings about what a threat the right is to democracy. They did not get much attention but I have glanced over them and provided a few token ones here. You can look him up on Substack, I won’t link it.

Rather: “It will be up to us to nurture a future of opportunity where America’s most noble values can thrive anew.”

But those are the values your red allies are trying so hard to bury — Americana. Do they succeed or don’t they?

Rather:  “…but I saw a man [Trump] who stoked division, scapegoated, lied with reckless impunity, and had no regard for the norms by which our nation has functioned.”

Scared me, I thought you were talking about 46. This describes Joe perfectly.

Rather: “Will our core tenets still remain as the foundation for our governance?”

Not if Democrats have anything to say about it. Foundation? Not a chance.

“Weaponizing lies” …. Better look in the mirror or at any one of your fellow comrades, Dan. Who unsettled the times anyway? Who is extorting instability for all they can?

It is comical to see the level of projection in his words, which often are not that well thought out. He comes across as a bitter man who is lashing out at most of the country who refuses to believe as he does. He adds that any semblance of objectivity now by journalists must be extinguished. That era is over, as he says.

Rather: “To my fellow journalists, I know this is difficult. We are in uncharted waters. The old rules for covering politics no longer apply.”

That means the old rules of print and media which granted it an air of credibility should be gone, too. But when we refer to MSM as an enemy of the people/country, they balk.

The Prose Of Election Politics

It could be time for a national detox program. We’ve done our best to talk Democrats out of a severe anti-reality state they have been locked into. But we had no luck, they refuse to be rational. Now the only question is will they also refuse rational treatment?

So what does it mean, all the things Dems said and ran on in the course of campaigning? Well, it signals that they have not found the bottom of the barrel yet. But they tried.

Now we will go from election politics to antics. The antics of radical activism in the face of losing is always better than admitting any loss. That can mean, and usually does, anything goes. We can expect the misery of their refusal to accept the prognosis and treatment protocol. Well, that is when things get ugly. They will want to determine and control that process when, in effect, they are the sick patient. There might be a standoff.

But through the 2022 midterm campaigns, Dems basically told people that “if you vote for Republicans everything is going to break.” The sky will fall; life or society will fall apart.

The bitter reality is that this idea is so hilarious. What is not broken now? Democrats did their damnedest to rip apart the fabric of America to reveal an ideological evil we haven’t seen before. Their entire idea was to tear the system apart, from the economy to the justice system to the national security of America and border. It’s been ugly and part of what drives Democrats is the resistance from rational people to accept their failed ideas.

Look at reality — and it isn’t pretty — they spent two years breaking anything and everything in the country: starting with 550 riots in 2020 to compromise civil society, and eventually culminating into what they’ve done to our education system. They did their best to squash our national energy policies that were benefiting the country, and even stomp out any dialogue about it. Then they turned their axe against the idea of public safety and our justice system. They put special emphasis on weaponizing a crime wave into a political assault on citizens. Criminals took notice. They attacked our economy with all the vigor they could muster. But in it all, it was really the American people they were attacking. We were the intended target.

So with all the damage in the wake of Democrats’ one-party reign over our country, they then said democracy was under assault by people who only wanted to restore a sense of normalcy. People who just wanted their basic liberty back, on the heels of shutdowns and lock downs. A pandemic that was weaponized against the people.  ‘No respite for them,‘ say tyrannical Democrats, who turned the people into their enemy.

Now the Democrats run on this thing called “saving democracy” while making veiled threats against anyone who doesn’t line up with that narrative. We were considered the enemy of the state. Parents at school board meetings became domestic terrorists. The Patriot Act should be rolled out on them hard. No mercy.

And Democrats watched the assault on freedom in Canada with great enthusiasm. If only they could crack down on us like Trudeau was doing up north. If only Dems could shut down organizing and speech the way he was doing. The plan was to criminalize freedom-loving patriots by turning them into a “threat” to the very democracy that patriots were trying to salvage from the hands of institutionalized radicalism. A twisted deception.

No, we said, the true threat is systemic radicalism controlling our system of governance. Save us from ourselves. As Pogo said, “we met the [real] enemy, and the enemy is us.” Or people that hate America anyway and will do anything to put it down, and then transform it into something we were never meant to be. That is the real threat to America.

What are Democrats anyway? With all the damage they’ve done and are still doing, it’s time for another term. The only descriptor for Democrats is: Disaster Deniers.

 

Meanwhile … democracy is on the ropes, under threat, at risk, on the ballot!

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

From “Democracy” To Trump

While the word democracy from Leftists echoes from sea to shining sea…

Democrats are busy working on plans that if Donald Trump should decide to run for election in 2024, they (Dems in power) are going to create and appoint a special counsel investigation on him. All based on his decision to run for president again.

This probably comes as no surprise to anyone who witnessed the last five and a half years. However, to preempt his possible run with a special counsel investigation is prima facie evidence of conspiracy to commit and direct tampering with an election. (from onset)

The rub here, according to Democrats’ thinking, or their excuses for this plan, is that it will be presented as a perfectly independent process — i.e. removed from politics, Biden, or his justice department and AG Garland. But nothing could be further from the truth.

So this is what the Democrats have planned: basically doing what they did via Hillary’s campaign in 2016 all over again. As if they have not investigated Donald Trump enough, or sicced enough rabid dogs on him to this point. One more time around the old Edsel.

But they want to hide behind the false claim that it is independent and therefore legit. How quaint. I also think it is no surprise that they are openly planning and publicly admitting it. Of course it is meant to influence his decision and ability to run. Duh.

Are we right back to ‘Plan A’ again? This time they are telegraphing their plans.

How’s that for “democracy?” — Now it dies in broad daylight.


Flashback: I like how Leftists idea to ‘save democracy’ was over 500 riots in 2020, and burning cities with over a billion in damages. What’s to save us from democracy riots?

Not to mention the violence, crime, looting and anti-police agenda = “saving democracy!”

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Circle-Back Democrats

Many Democrats are running what I dub as circle-back campaigns. In the final weeks, they might make insincere gestures about crime, inflation or even the border. The DNC and Pelosi encourage them to do whatever (say whatever) they need to in order to get elected. In other words, lie their dishonest asses off.

But then if incumbent Democrats do win, they will be right back over there waving from the Pelosi-Biden caravan after midterm elections are over. Anything they said cannot be used against them because, hey, they lied! What did you expect them to do?

So they will always circle back to the Democrat cesspool in the end, when it really counts.

You cannot believe anything they say, only what they do on votes matters. And they are all onboard for inflation-causing spending, or for mismanaging the border and our energy resources. And, hey, crime is not really a problem after all.  Who cares if they destroy schools and the entire country?

But you knew just what they were all along.

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Heartbreak Hotel

Back in the mid-50’s, Elvis Presley scored a big hit with Heartbreak Hotel. What a song. But this is not about Elvis’s legacy, it is about our country’s. I know, the Eagles also had one about Hotel California where, “You can checkout anytime you like but you can never leave.” But I wonder if America is turning turning into heartbreak hotel?

Well, it’s down at the end of Lonely Street At Heartbreak Hotel.”

No, I don’t suggest songs are prophetic or particularly relevant except that the vision seems to fit in some cases. Purely by coincidence of course, unless you are talking about literature and Orwell’s 1984. Then it probably hits much closer to home.

Anyway, what do you call it when a president or a political party attacks the economy, energy, history, schools, the country and our justice system (and the people) all at the same time? What do we have?

Put it this way, I’m concerned but I don’t see the solution in elections. I mean haven’t we learned that only goes so far? And that just sets the cycle going from election to election, and getting much the same results.

So I start wondering now and then if we can overcome all the obstacles and this agenda? Is it possible or is it fools gold? How many times can you get up expectations only to have the wind blow them all away? And I’m not recommending a no way out mindset. We still must have hope. They cannot kill that off.

However, when things look grim as they often do, it does start feeling like we are in a heartbreak hotel but with little other options. It is all bound to break your heart seeing this mostly intentional damage inflicted on the country. And as I said, with all these parts of the US being attacked at once, how do you defend the turf?

The Democrats’ rhetoric is anchored to the past while they systematically destroy our hopeful future. Not by accident. Ever feel like you’re living in an experiment gone wrong?

Take this example: I get a campaign flier from a judicial candidate. No party is mentioned but a quick scan reveals the words “justice not handcuffs,” in quotes like here. Wait, could it be a candidate attacking those radical “reform” concepts? No, sure enough it was another activist, leftist candidate running on that theme. This time a judicial one. The same rhetoric as radical DA’s use.

I previously looked into some of the radicals’ policies and code words pop out like a teen frat party. One of them is called diversion policies. You know: diversion programs, mainly for youth but not exclusively for them, which divert justice or consequences for crime under the guise of rehabilitation. The idea is to keep criminals’ records clean because of the “stigma” contained in conviction from the justice system. No record, no stigma. It’s the “system” that stigmatizes criminals — not what they’ve done.

So I read this stuff they put out as if it makes the case for the programs, when it doesn’t. Yet they are pushing this stuff on us like it has great results. It doesn’t. Sure, they make their case but lacking in it is any sense of accountability or empathy for real victims. Yet it is interesting seeing them put this forward as some kind of solution to the problems they are creating. It’s dangerous.

But how many people fall for this propaganda of the Left? That scares me as much as the programs. Another thing I notice with these radicals is that these programs have long legs. They just keep creating more of them regardless of whether they work. What can you do about them? Can elections fix this?

Even if you get candidates elected, the tentacles of these programs are still there, after radicals are evicted, contaminating the entire system. How do you keep up with current work loads while trying to restore the system? What are real the odds of success?

The idea is not to let these radicals into office in the first place. That’s good if you can. But it may be a little late, if they already are in various places. I only offer my area as an example. If they are pushing radicalism here, then they are doing it everywhere. It will be the demise of society. They don’t care because that is what they want, as long as it leaves them in political control when all the SHTF.

But there is no accountability for either the policies or crime it produces and encourages. Then we are back to wondering if the country can survive this onslaught of attacks or what it will be like in the end? Or are we already doomed to a Heartbreak Hotel scenario?

Only those that truly care about the country are disturbed by it.

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Midterm Madness

Don’t lecture us about “democracy” when crime and inflation are surging through the roof; you’re systematically at war with energy and police; the cartels control our open borders; the economy is on life support; justice has been sabotaged and weaponized; and while you’re intentionally destroying children’s education across the country.

It’s not democracy, stupid!

When decline is democracy, America has a problem.

Abstracts are not the issue……. reality is!

So Republicans are riding a Red Wave, and Democrats will be riding a Crime Wave.

No, Joe, the “soul of the country” is what Democrats are running from, at war with, and trying to destroy. You don’t fool anyone.

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Abbreviated To Do List

Just a few reminders of upcoming tasks on the to do list.

  • Joe Biden needs to be impeached for the border alone, and for numerous compromising activities, and being totally incompetent and unfit.
  • Alejandro Mayorkas needs to be impeached for the border, lying to Congress and national security treason, collaborating with a foreign invasion.
  • Merrick Garland needs to be impeached for turning teachers into terrorists, collaborating with school board association and WH. Politicizing and weaponizing the Dep to go after private citizens and using US Marshals for political purposes.
  • Chris Wray needs to be impeached, never able to work in the Justice Dept again for covering corruption and carrying out thug-style terrorist raids on private citizens. And failure to remove bad actors in the FBI. Also for encouraging media companies to engage in anti-Constitutional conduct against private citizens.
  • Pete Buttigieg needs to be impeached for being Pete Buttigieg and abusing his position and mishandling our Dep of Transportation.
  • Nancy Pelosi needs to be removed for what her husband did to their bank account and portfolio, under her watch while she was in leadership.
  • Chuck Schumer needs to be removed for making terrorist threats to Supreme Court justices and incitement of terrorism against them.
  • Eric Swalwell needs to be removed for collaborating with a communist spy and hiding it. Engaging in Anti-American activities as a member of Congress
  • Adam Schiff needs to be removed for the endless lies and phony investigations he foisted on the House of Representatives for political gain. Anti-American activities.
  • Kamala Harris has to be removed for being the most incompetent Vice President ever, enabling lawlessness in the administration, and enabling an unfit president.
  • Jake Sullivan needs to be removed and hauled out of the NSA for engaging in subversive activity and covering up in an investigation of Hillary Clinton.
  • Lloyd Austin for politicizing the Defense Department and military with woke policies, targeting soldiers and endangering private citizens.
  • The Inspector General Horowitz in the DOJ needs to be plucked out and removed for countless failures either ignoring or not stopping corruption activity at DOJ. The fact that all this conduct happened under his tenure as IG makes him culpable.

 

Any others off hand? It started off as a joke but it no longer is a joke, as you can see.

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Who Am I?

Irishman raised by a Puerto Rican community that didn’t exist; turned into a truck driving, plagiarizing, lying son of a bitch with 3 college degrees. Married to a wife that calls Hispanics breakfast tacos. And moonlights as a mob boss tough guy, who wouldn’t know La Cosa Nostra from Costa Rico.

Who am I?

 

(I bet it was the breakfast tacos, wasn’t it?)

Is Joe Biden’s Trajectory ‘Stupidity Squared’?

Here is a serious question to all those globetrotting intellectuals out there. Is Joe Biden in a nose dive, or is this just his natural trajectory?

Joe is out giving speeches and talking to dead people. He’s conjuring them out of the crowd like a seance. His press secretary thinks Jackie was just “top of mind” to Joe, so therefore he was telepathically communicating with dear Jackie.

Then the Vice President is over making great alliances with North Korea. I wonder if she could see the US from the Korean demilitarized zone?

Joey thinks the gas price is 2.99 and he believes he saved the country a trillion dollars. He thinks Rick Scott is from Wisconsin. He thinks spending money will reduce inflation. Biden believes when government cannot spend money that is a problem, but when you don’t have money to spend it is only a transition.

And we must be electric transformers, too, because he does not think we need a reliable and steady source of energy. He thinks spending money is supply-side economics.

Biden’s Homeland Security secretary says the border is secure. Nancy Pelosi claims Joe Biden has a plan for securing the border. But the open border is Biden’s plan.

One of Joe’s top fertility czars thinks men have babies now.

Joe believes spending 3/4 of a trillion dollars on climate change is reducing inflation, and reducing the deficit. They think we could prevent hurricanes by powering up solar panels and windmills, and getting rid of gas cars.

Biden thinks he is lowering the price of oil by depleting our strategic oil reserve. (or until  election)  Joe believes there was no inflation in August. But he thinks inflation is measured in inches. Then his Transportation Secretary believes roads and bridges are racist, too.

Joe, the crash-landing dummy, thinks transforming the gender of kids is gender affirmation.(or is it reaffirmation? Hard to keep up) Shall I just stop right there? Oh, he also went from saying he is willing to destroy the Nord Stream pipeline to suddenly promising to protect it. Wonder what his theory is on nuclear war?

Let’s not ask Joe what his pronouns are, deal? He couldn’t pronounce them anyway.

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Essence of 1984

The Left always lectures us, when challenged, that context matters. So there is one page in George Orwell’s 1984 that brings it all together, so nicely.  Of course what makes it more poignant to us now are the parallels we see around us.

 

“Sometimes he talked to her of the Records Department and the impudent forgeries that he committed there. Such things did not appear to horrify her. She did not feel the abyss opening beneath her feet at the thought of lies becoming truths. He told her the story of Jones, Aaronson, and Rutherford and the momentous slip of paper which he had once held between his fingers. It did not make much impression on her. At first, indeed, she failed to grasp the point of the story.

‘Were they friends of yours?’ she said.

‘No, I never knew them. They were Inner Party members. Besides, they were far older men than I was. They belonged to the old days, before the Revolution. I barely knew them by sight.’

‘Then what was there to worry about? People are being killed off all the time, aren’t they?’

He tried to make her understand. ‘This was an exceptional case. It wasn’t just a question of somebody being killed. Do you realize that the past, starting from yesterday, has been actually abolished? If it survives anywhere, it’s in a few solid objects with no words attached to them, like that lump of glass there. Already we know almost literally nothing about the Revolution and the years before the Revolution. Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book has been rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street and building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And that process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right. I know, of course, that the past is falsified, but it would never be possible for me to prove it, even when I did the falsification myself. After the thing is done, no evidence ever remains. The only evidence is inside my own mind, and I don’t know with any certainty that any other human being shares my memories. Just in that one instance, in my whole life, I did possess actual concrete evidence after the event — years after it.’

‘And what good was that?’

‘It was no good, because I threw it away a few minutes later. But if the same thing happened today, I should keep it.’

‘Well, I wouldn’t!’ said Julia. ‘I’m quite ready to take risks, but only for something worth while, not for bits of old newspaper. What could you have done with it even if you had kept it?’

‘Not much, perhaps. But it was evidence. It might have planted a few doubts here and there, supposing that I’d dared to show it to anybody. I don’t imagine that we can alter anything in our own lifetime. But one can imagine little knots of resistance springing up here and there — small groups of people banding themselves together, and gradually growing, and even leaving a few records behind, so that the next generations can carry on where we leave off.’

‘I’m not interested in the next generation, dear. I’m interested in us.

‘You’re only a rebel from the waist downwards,’ he told her. ” [pg 195-196]

It all starts to sound so eerily familiar. Listen to Julia…. echoes. But when he imagines small groups of resistance banding together, growing you have to think of the very purging and silencing operations carried out now to prevent just that sort of thing from happening – let alone taking root. Are we living fiction?

[Page 197]

“In a way, the world-view of the Party imposed itself
most successfully on people incapable of understanding it.
They could be made to accept the most flagrant violations
of reality, because they never fully grasped the enormity
of what was demanded of them, and were not sufficiently
interested in public events to notice what was happening.
By lack of understanding they remained sane.” …../

 

“Who controls the past controls the future:
who controls the present controls the past,”

Biden Consternation Leaves Newsom Vacuum

I don’t have a crystal ball and do not know whether Biden is running for a second term in 2024 or not, after his failures. I do know he is running now…. away from his record and the problems he caused. He left a scorched landscape on everything he touched.

Have you noticed the Biden administration spends more and more time making excuses or outright denying the problems? Yes, most of which he caused. It has absorbed most of his time and that’s  why he hasn’t done interviews and is kept to tightly scripted remarks — even on signing sympathy notes about Queen Elizabeth’s death.

The guy can’t speak or respond to simple questions, he sure isn’t going to venture on a limb about his dwindling reelection options. He hasn’t even told us what his pronouns are. Honesty and basic decisions of any kind were never his strong suite.

Lamestream media always forgets to mention that Biden was number two in the White House for eight years before this circus. Eight years of setup for the US decline we are witnessing. That’s when it started. But if “in fact” he is not going to run for 2024, Gavin Newsom says he positively will run. Where to go with that? Or that is what someone close to him announced. We sort of knew that anyway. He’s been chomping at the bit and more less running a national campaign already.

Gavin has already attacked states that don’t agree with his policies. Where does he get off? Apparently at the White House. He’s hard core and determined. The only thing good about a Newsom bid is it will be a referendum on California — a state that is hemorrhaging its own population at record rates. But that is only if the case is pursued.

It is bad enough that it seems like California, New York and the Liberal leviathan seem to determine or at least define our political battles in Congress. And they want to remove the electoral college to make that even more controllable. The east and west coast politics are much of what is wrong with the country. Of course we need more of that?

That is sort of like running against Dr. Frankenstein, it sucks up all of the energy.

 

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Don’t Rock The Woke Boat, Simple Simon Says

The condition of the country and world today, as it is not as we wish it to were, would normally be a great time for evangelizing. That seems like the way it always worked. We called them awakenings, revivals, or God moments.

People do need hope, faith that there is something bigger than the potpourri of devastation we see around us while the country disintegrates from that shiny city on a hill. All is not lost, God is still on His throne and nothing these people do will change that. He is in the capital Pronoun business. That is the message all right.

So if ever there was an appropriate time and need for a message, this would seem to be it. Except for one thing. Where are the people to spread it? I don’t mean just a few or handful of evangelicals telling the great salvation story. Don’t get me wrong, God can work in a few and look what disciples did once they got the hang of it.

But when I look at what many mainline churches are doing, I shake my head. No, this is not a critique of churches……. or is it? I’m not really sure, but the more I see the more I see at least some churches as part of the problem. That hurts me. It bothers me and it makes me feel uncomfortable about some fellow Christians and about the future. No, I don’t want to complain too much here. Wouldn’t be prudent, you know, or productive.

Then maybe that is what is needed? I mean every quadrant of society takes criticism from different sides these days. It is open season on the right folks or groups. Should churches be exempt from criticism? I know people probably don’t want to hear it. After all, churches are supposed to be part of the solution, and they often are, not the problem.

But the same age-old story you would get if you really broaden the scope to look at everything objectively (without inherent biases which seems harder and harder), then you cannot ignore the one stunning thing staring you in the face that does not go away.

That is, as bad as times are for culture and the rest in civil society, it screams to what is responsible for it. You have to admit if churches were doing a better job, then how could things be this bad? That would seem impossible if churches were very effective. So you must draw the conclusion that part of the blame is on the churches. Yes it is people themselves but the church is an organ of God that should stand up for and be doing something. No, this is not about church building for me. It is about being effective.

See if we all must take some of the blame for the way society is — or the country by extension — then churches cannot escape their share of blame either. I believe people are responsible for allowing much of this to happen. We can claim to be victims of it all but we allow it, even if we do not condone it outright. But churches are in that mix, too.

I know, it is an issue/story many people don’t want to hear, aren’t interested in, or don’t care about. I get that. But who can stand up for churches to defend them from blame? I don’t know who can make that case? Maybe I am doing the easy thing by throwing some criticism their way — rather than attempting to defend them.

Sure churches have missions and they do a lot of good. But that is not what I am talking about. When do we start, as people, taking responsibility for the society we live in? And where is the effort to change and fix it? Maybe this is all a cultural indictment and not about the individual. We like to hide behind the individual responsibility thing. But if things are the way they are, what does that say about us all as individuals?

I don’t mean this as a rant, just being serious because we know there are serious consequences to it all. We know that much. Just look at the way Democrats downplay or parse abortion. (most of those politicians) They claim they are personally not for abortions themselves, but they completely endorse having as many as society can provide, even demanding our government pay for it. Abortions on every corner, without limits. Does it make sense? There is a layer of excusing themselves in all that .

Like oh, I don’t personally rob banks or assault people but I will not stand in the way of anyone who does. “It’s their thing.” I don’t light fires, riot and burn down buildings when I am mad at government but I will not condemn the “love summer” of riots, political violence and crime. ‘It’s sometimes necessary.‘ So they stood there and watched cities burn and said nothing about it. They donated to the no bail or arrest cause for those that did it. ‘No, I don’t believe in it but I don’t believe in accountability for it either.’

Only a few classic examples. Where are the churches in all this? Or where are the churches when innocent people are being spied on or targeted for their religious and political beliefs, or for who they voted for? When forced to take a gov’t shot or pill or  else lose their job?  Oh, that’s where they would claim “but separation of church and state.” So we are to stand by to allow this weaponization against people of faith and do nothing?

It is a selective thing to churches as it is to the rest of society. They choose their fights when it is for ‘poor immigrants’ or downtrodden. When it is for standing up for illegals flooding the country through open borders, they are right there with their compassion buckets. But when it is our own citizens being discriminated against or attacked for their faith, they are silent. Show me a left-wing issue like climate change and they are on it.

How is it they can break barriers of a phony “separation” when they feel like it and it’s welcomed by society, too? But if churches stand up for people’s personal belief and faith, that is not acceptable to defend. We have become very accustomed where those lines are,  where they intersect and contradict each other. We accept it. What can we do about it?

So those ‘good’ folks can have charities, organizations, marches and fundraisers to help illegal aliens who broke the country’s laws to get here; but when it comes to those here that need help in hard times, they fall through the cracks. People who are not intentionally and knowingly breaking the law do not make the priority cut. Sorry, just not enough compassion in our tanks for that; but show some more love for illegals. Get with it.

Do you think churches deserve some of the blame for the way things are going? I’m really curious. I don’t see anyone who has made a great defense for the status quo. Am I being a little too hard on blaming Christians and churches? Maybe. But aren’t we supposed to be the salt, not the wine-chaser for everything the world concocts?

Could it be that some of these churches are doing this selective advocacy (I’ll call it) for a reason? Maybe it’s  to keep the finger of blame from pointing at them, by pandering to the world and the woke in one stroke? Just a question. That’s all and I fear that is enough.

 

In Critical Defense:

Someone may say I just want to politicize churches in general, because that’s what liberals always do and say. No, churches have already politicized themselves more than anyone cares to admit. It’s been done. They also follow the lead of some corporations.

And I never said all churches but I don’t have a number. True, some aren’t in that camp.

But for other mainline ones, they advocate political issues much the way some corporations have. So they gladly take positions on gun control, climate change, critical race theory, revising history, BLM, abortion, biological debates, border control, illegal immigration, LGBTQ advocacy, demonstrations, civil disobedience resistance, on crime, police and bail defunding issues, social justice activism, even some union policies.

They also incentivize illegal immigration through their advocacy.
Why does that almost feel sort of like Luther with a list of Theses?

That is to say basically all the hot button issues or controversial ones you commonly hear about. Green and environmental as well, And many of those in official capacities, in missions or raising money. They participate in marches, protests and sometimes have political leaders speak on them. All those are highly politicized issues. So yeah, they’ve become political. But no one points out those contradictions. Strange about that.

(So keep the pews warm… and I’ll leave a light on for you).

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Biden: Too Bad To Be True

“Democrats play the perception game. They believe everything works or exists according to their perception.  But it requires belief, or actually “the willing suspension of disbelief.”

The Left’s perception, and Joe Biden’s in particular, is completely opposite of reality.

“The trouble with our Liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so.” — Ronald Reagan

Therefore, it is their Crazy Perception Theory. (critical perception theory) CPT. Just a few mental memories for starters:

 

  • There is no inflation.
  • This is not a recession.
  • Our democracy is under threat.
  • Republicans threaten our democracy.
  • MAGA are violent.
  • There is no border crisis.
  • The southern border is secure and closed.
  • Spending more money helps reduce inflation.
  • MAGA are racist extremists.
  • Concerned parents are domestic terrorists who deserve Patriot Act enforcement.
  • China is not a threat to the US.
  • Joe Biden is uniting the country.
  • “I said I’d always give it to you straight”
  • Americans won’t be forced to take a coronavirus vaccine
  • It is a pandemic of the unvaccinated.
  • “We received news our economy had 0% inflation in…. July. Zero percent.”
  • “You’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.”.
  • Joe Biden cut the deficit.
  • “We have never walked away from core beliefs & promises that define this nation.”
  • ‘We Have to Go Spend Money to Keep From Going Bankrupt’ – Biden 2009.
  • I don’t believe Putin made the final decision to invade Ukraine.
  • The Taliban is not taking over Afghanistan in days.
  • “No one said that to me that I can recall.” (warnings about pullout)
  • “The intelligence community did not say, back in June or July, that in fact this was going to collapse like it did,”
  • The Afghanistan pullout will not resemble Saigon, Vietnam in any way.
  • “But let me be clear, any American who wants to come home, we will get you home.”
  • Biden said US democracy cannot survive threat of MAGA Republicans.
  • Biden never spoke to Hunter about his business dealings.
  • “I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life”
  • Joe’s decision to run was based on white supremacy.
  • MAGA are semi-fascists.
  • Biden never called for defunding police.
  • Inflation was caused by Putin — Putin’s price hikes.
  • Biden is not against fossil fuels or for ending fracking.
  • Biden is increasing the energy supply.
  • Climate change is our greatest national threat.
  • Joe Biden did not have anything to do with the coup against Trump.
  • The administration is not pressuring tech companies against their opponents.
  • Department of Misinformation is not going to censor people.
  • No one making under 400,000 dollars will pay a penny more in taxes.
  • IRS tax agents will not be auditing middle/low income people.
  • The Inflation Reduction Act reduces inflation.
  • Biden was not silent on violence in 2020.
  • Biden did not tell illegals to come.
  • Joe will only tell us the truth.
  • Illegals are not just walking across the border.
  • We are not restricting oil drilling or oil companies.
  • There is no energy crisis.
  • There is no supply chain crisis.
  • There is no Critical Race Theory.
  • And CRT is not being taught in schools.
  • Transgendering children and minors is gender affirmation.
  • “I also have a belief that we need to look forward, as opposed to looking backwards.”

 

That’s a sampler that could go on and on. Like Biden did not know anything about the raid at Mar-a-Lago. Merrick Garland did not sign that warrant, until “yes I did sign it.” Joe Biden said he will never use the Justice Department to go after his political opponents.

This perception game got old when he first started using it — when he began running. Now it is nothing more than twisted lies, and lies built upon lies. It’s crazy perception theories.

 

Now a word from Twitter: (see the 2nd one)

8 million dollars = the amount it costs to get Biden to and from Delaware for a year
(must be the world’s most expensive commute.)

3 = the number of days Joe Biden spends per week at the White House.

 

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