Weaponizing Wicked

Ruling class elites who weaponize government against their political opponents and the people deserve justice in lavish amounts.

When those in power turn their backs to those who stand up to defend our country, and scheme against them, then we are in a bad and wicked way.

We need to start revoking some government pensions. And it should start soon. When they strategically strip people of personal assets and reputations for political gain, they need to pay a high monetary price for it.

And whereas:

Congress can be in session for only 2 days in 3 months…
and after pushing a hoax impeachment!

So how about they give back 1/4th of their salary?
Taxation without Representation comes to mind.

It’s called Government by the people, for the people for a reason.

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Lockdown Left: The Political Divide

If I had to pick only one story for the week it would be the Lockdown Left.

We all knew it was coming, the day when the economy and things would need to be reopened. Yet at every turn the Democrats seem to want to be stuck in a state of lockdown. Not much incentive or ambition is moving them. Why is that?

Some feel it is the power rush they’ve gotten off this COVID shutdown in the first place. And they are pretty formidable with taking advantage of a crisis for political gain, even if they drag out the economic effects into the election.

I have a new theory about it all. Have you noticed that when one of these major crises comes up, it always seems like it should be a no-brainer? The instinctive reaction is that at least we should all agree on this. But it doesn’t take more than days to see the left emerge to rain on any parade of consensus.

Take any problem you like. China is just a perfect example. You would think we can agree where Coronavirus came from and who is to blame. But no. We cannot talk about China.

How about spying on American citizens? You’d think that would be a hands down consensus. Nope. Turns out the Left likes government spying on citizens because it is legal. They just need the power to do it, never mind how they use it. The purpose for it doesn’t matter, especially if used on their political opponents.

You would think at least there is little partisan about the economy. Turns out almost everything can be politicized and weaponized in the economy. Who knew? Green vs. carbon burners. Workers vs owners of companies. Legal vs illegal workers.

Nurses and doctors can be celebrated as war heroes. But cops not so much. The NYC health commissioner said she doesn’t give a rat’s ass about cops having PPE’s for COVID.
Hospitals can be treated one way, nursing homes treated another. Mass transit workers had an alarming rate of infection and death, but don’t tell the public. Keep it quiet.

Do you think they are incapable of politicizing your healthcare or the healthcare system?

When government decides you are an essential worker, it is their way of saying they like you and what you do. You are “essential.” But if they don’t, look out. And they don’t seem to like barbers and beauticians. In California, they threaten to fine them and cut off their electric and water if they catch barbers working. No cheaters.

Have any major crisis and problem and it will only illustrate the political divide.That shouldn’t be but it tells you what you need to know about the left. They will be on any dissenting side of any good issue for the country. Terrorism, they side with terrorists. Dispute with a tyrannical power in the world; they side with tyranny.

If we want to stop the flood of illegal immigrants or countries from undermining our markets? The Left tells us to “stop being a bully.” That’s empirical talk.

Well, then there is always civil rights to bring us all together. No, selective rights and privileges for selected people. They decide who gets what. And their beloved sanctuary cities tell the federal government to go to hell with enforcing immigration laws.

Well, law and order still needs to be enforced, right? No, not really. Catch and release was a border enforcement problem. Now it seems the same applies to criminals. Arrest them and then turn them back onto the street so they can re-offend and re-victimize people.

See how politics enters the fray on every major thing? A country running on a serious ideological bent is not a very healthy country. But one that can carry out a coup when some people don’t like whom the voters elected is not a very healthy country either.

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Biden Wrong On China

David Bossie: Biden wrong on China his entire career – let’s look at the record

By David N. Bossie — Fox News


In April, records from 9/11 mastermind Usama bin Laden’s compound were disclosed detailing his plans to assassinate then-President Barack Obama. Bin Laden’s rationale for his horrific plot was telling: “Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the U.S. into a crisis.” 

Now, a decade since U.S. Special Forces killed bin Laden in Pakistan, it’s my guess that President Xi Jinping of China – our greatest geopolitical foe today – also wants former Vice President Joe Biden to be the next president of the United States. This makes perfect sense when you consider that Xi wants what’s best for China.

Joe Biden has been wrong on U.S. policy toward China virtually his entire career. In fact, Biden and other establishment politicians in Washington have been instrumental in China’s meteoric rise from a developing nation into a Communist power with global ambitions.

For decades, China has executed a foreign policy focused on replacing the United States as the world’s leading economy.

During his time as lead Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Biden gave a floor speech in September 2000 in support of Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) with China. He said, “Finally, I would like to point out that my support for permanent normal trade relations with China is based not just on an assessment of the economic benefits to the U.S., not just on the prospects for political reform in China, but also on the impact on our national security.”

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Obama’s Very Pregnant Problem

When Barack Obama stuck his head back in the political fray, he may know or not that he has a whopper of a problem. Note, I did say singular.

Last weekend Obama ended his silence by speaking out about the Flynn case running out of steam. Well, it really appeared to to bug him, didn’t it?

The Hill

“The news over the last 24 hours I think has been somewhat downplayed — about the Justice Department dropping charges against Michael Flynn,” Obama said in an audio clip that was obtained and released by Yahoo News.

“And the fact that there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free. That’s the kind of stuff where you begin to get worried that basic — not just institutional norms — but our basic understanding of rule of law is at risk,” the former president said. “And when you start moving in those directions, it can accelerate pretty quickly as we’ve seen in other places.”

Barry Soetoro, Barack Hussein, or whatever name he is using, is probably starting to feel squeezed like a dishrag. If he isn’t there yet, he soon will be. He is likely starting to consol with some advisor (David Axelrod or Eric Holder) about the political ramifications of his newfound situation.

The more you think about it, the more you will see he has a predicament on his hands. Sure this case was about Flynn, so he and media wants us to think, but it is much more about Barack Obama and his administration. A s the coup was Obama’s administration.

I am not being dramatic, I am disappointed that conservative press has not connected the dots for Obama’s situation, problem yet. The quandary for Barry is how he plays his cards, he dealt himself, which determine everything else forward. What do I mean?

Either he plays it that he was the absentee professor, in which case he claims he had a rogue agency meddling in the election and presidency after it; or he simply says he was fully aware of the treasonous seditious coup afoot under his scandolous administration. See the problem with both options.

He is in a very bad place. But hey, he’s had almost four years now to think about and plan this out along with his excuses for it.

There is one other possibility that he could try to defend it all as justified. But that is getting harder, seeing how flawed and illegitimate it all was. We don’t even have to get into why, as in the real motive. He has to choose how to respond to what we’ve found and what is yet coming down.

Personally, I would like to see him have to spend 7+ million or so trying to explain his actions and those of his administration, just for starters.

No wonder Barry is lashing out under mounting pressure. Not that he ever cared about defending himself, he never had to. He has two paths in front of him, each will determine his future path and strategy. Does he try to defend indefensible behavior?

Does he once again say he was not in the loop in it all? But we know he was there and in on it this time. So does he pass it off as rogue actions of an out of control intelligence apparatus acting on their own? Or does he admit he was in the loop but they were all justified in their scheme? Will he take the hit and responsibility for all that went on? Or will he try to blame all his subordinates for screwing him and his legacy (no-scandal record) up?

His underlying problem is that kind of operation can only be done under the president’s authority and knowledge. By definition it requires his approval. Comey blessed him.

Oh, he is in a heap of trouble. You know the saying that you can give someone enough rope. And he has been given lots of rope and opportunities to explain this over the years. But just like Benghazi, he never does try to explain it. Now he must choose how to respond. Both are inherently bad choices for him. No surrogates or advisors can bail him out either.

I sort of expect that Barr understands all that very well. And Durham is bound to come up with something damning about Obama’s administration. So even if that does not involve him personally, he will now have to have an explanation for it. That is something Barry Soetoro has never been forced to do before. He doesn’t like coerced decisions or explanations he cannot pass off to someone else. No one can do it for him this time.

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Corona Cuomo’s Mother’s Day Surprise

Almost as if NY Governor Cuomo was rubbing salt in the wounds of his record, he announced new nursing home orders on Mother’s Day.

By now everyone is familiar with the nursing home disaster in NY. What happened is apparently under investigation now via the NY Attorney General. But an independent investigation really is needed.

(Newsday)“ALBANY — The State Senate’s Republican conference on Wednesday called for an independent investigation of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s directive in March that told nursing homes they could not deny patients admission solely based on a confirmed or suspected diagnosis of COVID-19.”

We’ve heard the blame of Cuomo, who gives daily briefings on his handling of the Coronavirus pandemic. Until recently, he and his people had ignored and deflected questions about his nursing home policies, actions and the consequences.

Also see NBC News report on the nursing home order: “Coronavirus spreads in a New York nursing home forced to take recovering patients

But on March 25th, the Governor had issued an order to nursing homes saying basically they had no right or grounds for refusing COVID patients. They had to accept them.

That sealed the legal chain from hospitals to the nursing homes. They could offload their patients to nursing homes, which had to take them. It pretty much became hospitals’ overflow. The details really were morbid.

According to an April Business Insider article:

“When a New York City nursing home was forced to admit coronavirus patients late last month, public health officials also gave them a box of body bags, in a concerning incident reported by the New York Post on Thursday.

An executive at the unnamed Queens nursing home says that the facility was coronavirus-free until Gov. Andrew Cuomo forced facilities in the state to accept coronavirus patients on March 25.

Following the order, the nursing home took in two residents who had been recently discharged from local hospitals after COVID-19 infections, and were stable.

When they took in these patients, officials sent them a box of personal protection equipment for the staff designated to treat these residents, and in the same box was a supply of body bags, the executive said.”

“My colleague noticed that one of the boxes was extremely heavy. Curious as to what could possibly be making that particular box so much heavier than the rest, he opened it,” the executive told the Post. “The first two coronavirus patients were accompanied by five body bags.”

This nursing home went on to see 30 people die of the coronavirus in the following weeks. And every week they get five more body bags.

“Cuomo has blood on his hands. He really does. There’s no way to sugarcoat this,” the executive added. “Why in the world would you be sending coronavirus patients to a nursing home, where the most vulnerable population to this disease resides?” (More)

Now, in the aftermath of the horrible reports and deaths, Cuomo issued a brand new order that hospitals cannot send a COVID positive patient to a nursing home. Read that again. So a positive patient must only be sent to a COVID facility. Optionally, the hospital could hold patients until they are negative. (Old order removed) Why did he wait this long?

Cuomo faces backlash for what he originally did and failure only until now to change the order. He simply puts the blame on nursing homes in the first place for failing to be prepared to handle those COVID patients. Except it was his March order to blame.

But they had no choice before. They had no right of refusal of COVID patients. He made sure of that in his March order. So Cuomo imported Coronavirus into nursing homes.

California initiated a similar policy but then revised it on April 1st. Meanwhile, for weeks Cuomo has been dancing around any questions about his morbid COVID policy, before finally making a new policy on Sunday. People have said he has blood on his hands.

He certainly does. But while he announced this policy reversal, he did it on Mother’s Day complete with a backdrop of a video chat featuring his own mother.

In his briefings, he previously mentioned her many times. Then he gave “mom” a special Mother’s Day spot by making her the First Prop of NY, as he rolled out a new order for nursing homes. Nice cover using Mother’s Day to soften the blow to himself.

He created a nightmare and appears to be squirming while trying to fix it.

Happy Mother’s Day! …. Nice personal touch!

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Politics Of A Pandemic

Some people refuse to believe this pandemic is anything more than a flu hoax, oversold and over-hyped. The reasons are assorted but they don’t seem to be changing their minds.

I made the decision early on as to whether to follow the conspiracy side or accept it as a real pandemic threat. I chose the pandemic side and haven’t questioned that decision. Maybe the same can be said for the conspiracists.

Not that I’m anti-conspiracy, I just like to choose them wisely. This one didn’t fit for me unless I missed some mountain of evidence. We have plenty of valid ones out there, as far as I’m concerned. But no matter which side, people seem dug in on what they think of it.

However, I have seen enough damage now. There is a list of things affected by the Asian Contagion, China virus. No, they don’t add proof to the cause but they do say something about the severity of it. Just to mention a few things we know though the list is growing:

    • Food shortages on everyday items
    • Masks in public everywhere.
    • Economic damage
    • Small businesses get slammed with costs as it continues.
    • Job losses, or eliminations.
    • Enormous costs in deficit, continuing
    • Shortages of medical supplies
    • Regular procedures at hospitals suspended.
    • No family gatherings (a plus to some people)
    • No church
    • No schools
    • Stay at home – isolation
    • (The list goes on, evolving almost weekly.)

Now the problem is the hoax-conspiracists can just as easily say it is all further proof of the successful damage of the hoax. They can weave it right into their plot. Then they will blame the hoax itself, and its creators, for these ongoing sufferings we see and feel. They see the hoax as the cause of it all. The effects are suppose to validate the hoax theory.

I take the different approach. I just add it as more damage that this virus from China has caused. It is a mounting tally. And I see China as the cause of it all. So all the damages are collateral effects of the pandemic. You can see those effects range from medical to economic, to the seemingly unrelated normal things.

Never the less, in my mind anyway, all of it traces back to China by way of the pandemic. So you cannot buy your Chunky Soup at the grocery store because of the pandemic. I’m all for understanding temporary shortages for due reasons but these droughts seem to be dragging out for extended periods, making you wonder when things will be the same again?

Has this crossed the line now to the point when things migjht never be the same, at least for some time to come? I didn’t think so at first but now I am not so sure. Maybe this has pushed these negatives so far that it cannot return to normal? Again, for that I hold China responsible for it all.

Even the mask wearing, which sort of irritates me, seems more a part of the foreseeable future than I hoped. Are we living in a period of unprecedented change? I do hope not because there are plenty of people who would like to take advantage of that. Far worse than even gouging and hoarding.

And those sorts of people lead me right back to the subject of this piece, politics and opportunist politicians. Sure there are others too, but they functionally follow the same formula. That is to extort the problem for all it’s worth, for personal and political gain – often the same thing. But make no mistake, it has been politicized, used and extorted.

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Coronavirus Sequel

I’m just going to post the link to this article. You have to go there to read it yourself. However, it is very interesting and not stupid. The article answers the question.

A mutant coronavirus more contagious?

May 05– “Scientists have identified a new strain of the coronavirus that has become dominant worldwide and appears to be more contagious than the versions that spread in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study led by scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory.” /…Read

Chilling and disturbing.

Obama VS. Trump 2020

The election in 2020 could end up being one between Obama and Trump, where none of the regular factors of political campaigns apply. You only have to revisit the 2012 election for a preview.

This thesis may seem anecdotally boring to those on the right, while it seems ridiculous to those on the left. It really depends on which side you are. Though both will probably be surprised in the end, if I am correct.

The 2012 election beween Romney and Obama was a bit of a misnomer. Obama was not in a comfortably favored spot by his record and what he had done so far without vetting. There were underlying issues to use against him.

The problem was that Romney did not prosecute the case against Obama. And in the final weeks of the election he all but abandoned the campaign, for whatever reasons. It doesn’t really matter for this case why.

Backing up to his initial race. Obama really ran as an outsider though that was entirely questionable. But in 2012, his campaign guru David Plouffe came up with the strategy – the only one he said could work – to run Obama as a non-incumbent candidate. So the strategy was to run an insurgent caampaign.

That is odd for a supposed likeable, successful president. Only he had a lot to run from. See Obama had a whole list of baggage that plagued him as the perenial insider, while they needed to make him an outsider. An impossible task, you might think. That strategy is like running against one’s self and one’s own record.

Then, helped by Romney’s many failures as a candidate, it was not a problem.

Donald Trump does not have the same problem Obanma had. He has an adequate record of change, he is the ultimate outsider, and yet he has the incumbent advantage he is is not afraid of. He also has the economic powerhouse verses the anti-capitalist radicals.

Actually, Trump has been personally running against Obama all along. First when he ran; and then ever since in every investigation and every witch-hunt contrived against him. Then shedding the policies of Obama to deconstruct the administrative state. It seems to be a very personal rivalry from Obama’s perspective that he never let go of. Trump is tasked with combating the administrative Deep State Obama built. He made strides

Trump also governs as an outsider. The proof is all over the media. And people appreciate his perseverance on issues that they have been fighting against for years.

He’s changed things from the same old failed politics of usual into including the voice of the people. Something Obama could never do. Political correctness has taken a back seat to right and wrong. It all reinforces the image of an outsider in Washington shaking up the status quo. As if that were even possible before.

Now Joe Biden is running with a peculiar predicament. He wants to run as an insurgent while being the consummate insider. That would be impossible. He needs to be the insurgent riding to the rescue with a credible reputation. He needs to have the high road even after years of taking the low road. He is the the ultimate creature of the swamp.

It could only be a schizophrenic campaign. One day Joe is railing as an outsider; the next he is lecturing with all his inside experience of a 44 year card-carrying veteran of Washington politics, as a made man. He’ll say he was right there with Obama making the decisions. Then he’ll come back and say we need accountable government — except Obama and Biden were not responsible or held accountable for anything. He’ll claim we need reforms; but no, Trump has been the ultimate reformer changing the way the system works. Biden will say we need to go forward, while trying to drag us back to the cesspool of Obama years. (before that was GW Bush)

Now, coming into view, we have the ideal election between status quo big-government politics and Trump’s small government, people-power approach. And no one represents big-government orthodoxy more than the Obama presidency. Biden is also a high priest of big-government. Now that the Dems have jettisoned working people, all that is left is the institutional ruling class that they represent with every move they make. Biden is the poster boy, even though many leftists don’t think he is radical or progressive enough.

Pay to play, corruption, secrecy in DC, career politics and elite ruling class are badges of honor in Biden’s campaign. He is the swamp personified that won’t let go..

However, what we are really running against is Obama. He is behind the scenes of it all in the shadowy swamp of DC and the DNC. Joe is only a front man for all Obama represented. Obama’s record is Joe’s. Even Hillary was never the placeholder that Biden is.

So it is a defacto referendum on Obama, like the real campaign challenge he never had in 2012. Let’s be honest, the real power beind Biden’s campaign is Obama and the Obamafiles sitting in the wings. Sure there are some Hillary people, but the force is with the Obama folks who have all signed on to the Bernie progressive formula for a poorer, anti-carbon, pro-corruption Amerika. Where identity is everything, individuals are nothing.

But that is Obama to a tee. And all Obama’s baggage is just layered on top of the wagon train. We don’t have to guess what Joe Obama would do. We have the proof.

After all, who was Obama running against in 2008? No, it was not McCain. It was George W Bush. But McCain was not even a placeholder for Bush. Obama literally ran against a former 2-term president the entire time.

Trump has the advantage that this is Obama’s record. To Obama, it seems everything he hoped for without being held accountable for the scandals and corruption. But he is wrong. Biden is all the negative and none of the positive. And I’m pretty sure there never was any positive to Obama. This is Obama 3.0. First was the outsider candidate, then was the insurgent incumbent, then came the invisible candidate hiding behind the campaign.

And all we and Trump have to do is prosecute the case because everything is on the table. It’s all fair game. There cannot be any “this has nothing to do with Obama.” It all has everything to do with Obama. It is Obama. We’re really running against Obama the candidate and his administration, with his entire record.

In fact, the biggest mistake would be not running against Obama and his record. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime. Exactly what Dems don’t want. And it is very personal.

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Personifying COVID-19

If there were ever a virus that could lend itself to personification, then it would be COVID-19. Normally a virus is a virus, a disease a disease, as the plague was the plague. But in this one there seemed to be differences. I only say seemed; it might be debatable.

Maybe that is because we know more about it now and because of the public awareness of the virus itself, whatever the reason. Like hurricanes and storms can be personalized in a similar way because people feel personally threatened or affected by them. This time it is even more than that. And it seemed to grow more personal.

(pic credit: CDC.gov)

It became a personal thing to many people by also affecting them in a personal way. Their job, occupation, family, businesses were all collateral damages. Even religious practices and schools were not immune. Their way of life was in its path. The economy was threatened.

It supposedly attacked, because all the information has shifted since it first appeared, a certain profile of people. Those were older compromised people with co-morbidities. Almost as if it had an appetite. And it consumed victims like it had artificial intelligence. (I’m just saying)

Particularly bad was the extreme infectiousness. It was found especially contagious from people who were asymptomatic. So it could be spread to anyone, but certain people were more profoundly affected. Some were killed. Some bodies could not handle it. It seemed to screw with the immune system in ways we couldn’t quite understand. We is the public.

Symptoms were another irregularity. At the beginning we thought the symptoms were basic and then, as time went on, we heard of other symptoms not known originally. Then we heard of things like leg cramps and sense of smell disappearing. Now we hear about strokes and blood clots in younger people. Like many things, original reports are often wrong or erroneous. This was no different. We weren’t prepared for misinformation either, but we should have been. We’re savvy people in America.

The death rate was considered high at first, maybe even approaching 2%. Of course, no matter what the death rate was, no one would want to be one in that percentile. Still, the risk was considered slight by any measure. In fact that seemed to be one of the few positives – even if you did contract it, your chances were fairly good for a benign outcome. You just had to weather the so-called storm. Many assumptions at the beginning turned out to be wrong. We should have been prepared for that too. First news is often wronng.

It also came from a communist country who would have every reason to try to deceive people about it. They were no friends in the cause. They actually were part of the cause. And they worked to interfere with our response to it. We might have expected that too.

One could make the case, if one wanted to, that it seemed as if Coronavirus had a mind of its own. Once it escaped homeland China it lived large. Sure, the Communist Chinese knew this was happening but they enabled it. They turned it loose. But then this virus seemed to have an agenda of its own to affect the entire world, as fast as it could. It showed up in places over the globe. And of course top destinations would be on it’s itinerary.

It did not affect all people the same, which frustrated us in our isolation. Some escaped death by the skin of their teeth. Others, as well as some medical professionals, were not so lucky. I also heard of young, middle-aged people taken down with none of the co-morbidities. There is no sense of equities.

I’m not so sure we should not be personalizing COVID-19. It does not have to imply it is a biologically created weapon. But it could still operate as one. It did not even need the extra help it got from China to do its damage. Not to mention the aid and assist it got from some elected politicos too busy with their axes to grind against a sitting president to recognize the danger of the slithering serpent.

No, I’m not done exploring this idea, or whatever it means. Though I do have to stop at least for now. I am convinced it is not a bad way to look at it. We recently learned the virus does not like UV or sunlight. But it does like subways. I’ll leave it there.

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Signed Sealed and Delivered, Joe

Joe Biden is just an “open book” of sealed records. Nothing to see here, folks.

What has Biden been hiding? A 36 year Senate career and 8 years as Obama’s VP, but all his records are conveniently sealed up so no one could use them as “campaign fodder.”

Then he tries to attack Trump for not being accountable. But “not me,” says Biden.

Mr Accountability to the American people…… come on, man!

Get a load of that from the guy who went on Morning Joe to deny allegations and defend his sealed records, saying he is “an open book.” Yeah, an open book of sealed records.

Obama’s Famous Byline

During Obama’s two terms, they had a catchall phrase for their critics. It was six words: “this is not who we are.” It was designed to shutdown their opposition.

Well, now we know and see exactly who they were: espionage, surveillance, spying on political opponents, politicizing all of government culminating in sedition, treason and even interfering in a presidential election. That’s who they are, the worst kind of people.

Any investigation of that corruption would have to be deep-sixed, never to be exposed to the light of the public. And there was a hell of a lot to hide.

Their first major target after Carter Page and Papadopoulos was General Flynn. They were rabid on that case because he could lead right back to Obama’s and Biden’s corruption trail. Via Flynn et al, we saw exactly what happens to the good people. We also know too well what happens to bad ones — they are still around.

It evolved, after the failed and corrupt Mueller special counsel probe, into a hoax conspiracy impeachment that was staged as part of the cover up for what the past administration did, or any investigation into it.

Yes, the 3 ½ year long coverup train planned on steaming right into and through the next election — after denying the results of the last one.

But along came, once again, a convenient pandemic named COVID-19 to isolate our fears to the immediate survival mode. It wiped everything else off the airwaves and concern list. Coronavirus was just what the doctor ordered after the failed impeachment. A chaser.

Just like a made to order diversion, Coronavirus was just the prescription to bury any investigation leading to Obama. And the economic benefit of the COVID shutdown would damage Trump. It would carry the damage they couldn’t mount.

Then, like a nightmare, Flynn came back to center stage with revelations of what the FBI schemed and plotted under Obama. Truth oozes out of the sores – one pore at a time.

So once again, “this is not who we are” is stood on its head showing exactly who they are. The collaborating dark arts of evil cannot cover up their coup forever. It leaks out.

Not to worry, though, the organ of free press was already pronounced DOA in 2016.

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Journalism under attack by Coronavirus

Or is it? …The lamestream manstream media is rolling out a brand new narrative Monday that “journalism is under attack by Coronavirus,” by MSNBC’s own Andrew Lack.

Headline: “Journalism is under attack from coronavirus and the White House. But we’re winning.”

“President Trump came into office railing against many of the foundation of our democratic institutions, including a free press.”

In his supposed defense of journalism, he says Trump has not landed a glove on serious, honest journalism (well, then they trashed their own credibility ratings) and claiming that “the heart of journalism has never been stronger.” It gets worse.

[journalists are] “not looking to win any popularity contests – just doing what Woodward and Bernstein inspired my generation and the generations that followed to always do: seek the best obtainable version of the truth.”

Despite the poor writing skill, can you imagine he has the chutzpah to put out that revision? First, no, it is all about popularity contests. He admitted as much in the subtitle claiming “we are winning.” How about best (or worst) version of the narrative?

Secondly, he could have picked better examples but he went for all-stars Woodward and Bernstein, who managed to fame themselves with no shame from the beginning. And if they are your idols, Andy, you have been great students of their goals. In fact, it is now all about who can transfer the latest words into ammunition to weaponize in this political — not journalistic – warfare. Or who can get the most twitter attention or go viral over their political attack. So yeah, they’ve made Woodward and Bernstein(a regular celebrity guest hack on CNN) look like pikers. Jim Acosta turned WH briefings into a resistance sideshow to wax his own ego. MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika are on a planet of their own.

Lack goes on to say:

“Reporters have been on this story from the start, tracking the spread of the Coronavirus without fear or favor, faithfully doing their jobs even – and especially – in this perilous time. Every day, with every story, they try to find what is most relevant to the public and relentlessly work to uncover the essence of what it means.”

What all is wrong with that? Everything. He paints them as selfless heroes of some sort. They missed this story and others from the beginning because they were enveloped in propagating the impeachment conspiracy hoax. Just the way they intentionally ignored and smeared the biggest story of our time, about an elaborate coup and coverup 3 years in the making. Oh fearless without favor? Give me a break.

Then, when they did start reporting on it, after mocking the idea it was something to worry about, they collectively went after Trump as the only story while people were dying.
Find what is most relevant to the people? I imagine a pandemic and what it is would be more relevant to people than arguing about Trump closing off travel from China. But then the press mouthpiece NYT told people whatever it is blame it all on the Trump Virus.

Faithfully? You have got to be kidding. About the only thing they remain faithful to is ideology and the resistance because they disagreed with the results of the 2016 election.

Actually, the only thing on par with these presscapades is Democrats’ addiction to play partisan political politics with a pandemic, by holding people and businesses hostage to their own radical agenda. No holds barred… politics trumps even a pandemic.

By the way, you try your damndest(yes, as an institution) not to serve people but control what they think and see. You intentionally ignored the biggest government abuse scandal in US history in the coup. And you replaced it with a political narrative of woven misinformation to deflect from and cover it up. You care what Joe public wants to know?

“At this dark hour, Americans are scared. They’re hungry for accurate information and the unvarnished truth. Now, and in all the days to come, journalists will be there.” — [read article here]

They are fairly angry with what the institution of press has become. No wonder the trust and credibility deficit in media. “Unvarnashed truth” was sacrificed on the altar of politics.

In the end, I don’t know what case he was making that journalism was under attack by Coronavirus, except to once again paint press as victims. Meanwhile, the administration has weathered a coup and now fights a pandemic; so yeah, I’m pretty sure journalism should be able to cover a nasty pandemic. They covered up a coup with no conscience.

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Pelosi’s Morbid Politics

To round out the news, yesterday Nancy Pelosi made a sick joke about embalming adding “that’s the medical term for it,” while parading her pandemic politics to CNN.

She smirked in pride for creatively using morgue humor. She was delightfully aiming at Republicans and referring to her dissatisfaction of politics in the nation’s capitol. Even for her that is low but probably an attempt to melt her Häagen-Dazs hoarding off the radar.

I’m sure some of the last responders, as they call themselves, working in the industry don’t appreciate the analogy.

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World’s Worst Regime

China is now the undisputed worst regime in the world. Coronavirus only peeled away any arguments to the contrary. The world has been infected and changed by China.

On a personal note, I woke up this morning dreaming how bad things have gotten, seemingly turning everything upside down. Except it is not really a dream. What a difference 2 months have made. We also topped 50k dead in the same time.

If you want to do a simple experiment, try going to a funeral home website in one of the affected areas of the virus. You can look down a list of obituaries, which normally are filled with details about a person’s life, only to see death was related to COVID-19 – no services. It leaves a surreal knot in your throat.

How much has changed in America in a few short months? Well, the list is long from the economy to all the personal matters. Too long to list here. How big those changes are: from funerals to sporting events, schools, to shopping and having family gatherings.

Then last week the FBI Director, Chris Wray announced the major problem across the country is Coronavirus hate speech. Or people hating on the Chinese because of Covid-19. So that is a top priority for FBI to investigate? Of all the urgent priorities to take up, but he had to issue warning and guidance to all their FBI offices to be on the lookout for it.

We can compound that with the problem of getting out Coronavirus economic aid to people and small businesses. Look at the same old typical responses in Congress. Mass exodus, they went to ground but they still clung to those leftist ideological dreams over lives.

But let’s not lose sight of the forest for the trees. All this, hard as it is to remember, ties directly back to the original China cause of Coronavirus in the first place.

Then we have the whole political perspective problem. Congressman James Clyburn said that Coronavirus was a huge political opportunity. Corona Cuomo said we have to re-imagine our entire economy in reopening it. Re-imagine? Nancy Pelosi held out for weeks for her political agenda of the Left. The users and abusers surround us while we fight off a pandemic. Their rationalizations are absurd, yet we must fight the pandemic disease too. Note to Cuomo, there was nothing wrong with the economy pre-COVID-19.

AOC announced that when the economy does reopen, workers should all boycott it by refusing to go back to work in some sick act of political solidarity. How’s that help?

But in the end, we must remember and never forget the actual cause of this Panditrosity was entirely set off by China. The rest and even the political atrocity are all still symptoms of that whole. Do not lose sight of the origin of this pandemic, regardless of what Dir. Wray says. It was not caused by hate or the economy either. It was the other way around.

Andrew Cuomo said in a daily briefing that the new boutique industry in the US is now mask art. With that he smiles. Have we become a mask-wearing people?

So we have succumbed to wearing masks as a last resort to protect ourselves and others. For years we have seen this strange phenomena in Asian countries of wearing masks in public. We always assumed we don’t wear masks here in public. Well, now for ourselves and because of government guidelines, we are wearing masks. What a change.

Let’s hope the mask fad is temporary. But mask art?

Still that barely touches the surface on all the strange new things brought on by this. I will leave you with one extra thought. We may never know what would have been, we can only guess, but the year 2020 was shaping up to be something else entirely. COVID intervened. Whatever that was would have been better than a pandemic. We will never know. And there would have been 50 thousand more people alive to witness it. Thanks China!

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Let Them Eat Fake Cake

Leave it to the arrogance of Pelosi, while people are suffering and she is holding up aid for small businesses, she gloats over the finer things.

She’s stocked up. A real chocolate and ice cream connoisseur, she is, as people are hoarding toilet paper and disinfectants from coast to coast. She has a stockpile.


Economic Reboot

It’s all about the economy now. Strange how conversation shifted from ventilators to the economy. But we may as well have put the economy on the ventilator for 40 days. So it was not that original 15-day or 30-day shutdown, but 45 days. Economic hibernation.

Once again, the left seems clueless about the economy. It’s the one part of the crisis that has not gotten airtime from liberal media. That is up until now anyway.

Suddenly the radical moonbat Left shifted to talking about the economy when Trump made the itchy suggestions he wanted to open it back up. Right on cue, the left flocked in to decry opening businesses. “Too soon,” they shrieked.

The real question, to Democrats, is not when can we open the economy but how long they can keep it down and how much damage can they do to it? It is obvious they only want to prolong economic effects as long as they can to hurt Trump. Bui everything is election politics and nothing is really about the health of the people or economy. All it ever was.

Democrats are oblivious to the national economy. What’s that spell? DONE. And we will be if we follow Democrats’ prescription protocol. Just what Dr. Evil of the Left ordered.

But now everyone is focused on it so their stupid political tricks are transparent to the entire awaiting country. It was the gem they saw in the crisis. Sure, people die but they have a wounded economy to use and abuse, which they plan on extorting to the max.

It is also obvious Democrats, led by Pelosi and Schumer, plan on holding the people and businesses hostage to their radical political agenda. And they have no conscience about it.

Rebooting the economy, then, should require booting Democrats as far from the levers of power as possible this fall. Even by then, they will have done some damage. Except people are watching closely and keeping score now. Call them the unDONE.

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Chinese Political Theater

Bad enough what China dropped on the rest of the world, but it continues in subterfuge about what happened. Press aren’t much better either reporting Beijing talking points.

China stood by while they exported the pandemic to the rest of the world. They complained about any resistance to their spreading it. And sure, it was seeded in America sooner than people are saying. The same with Italy.

It was as if it was their mission to spread it as far and wide, as quickly as they possibly could. Then they chose the cover up COVID-19 method.

What they unleashed on the world was as bad as anything else they’ve done for the past 25 years. This is malicious, evil behavior.

But from now until it is over, there will be a whole lot to grieve over. And that grieving will morph into putting blame where it belongs – not on fictional, political talking points. China has given us another big reason to detest what they do. None of it will ever be forgotten.

China, you brought this all on yourself. The Chinese COVID coverup.

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