Thought for the day

"When there's a person, there's a problem. When there's no person, there's no problem/" -- Josef Stalin

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Trump announced his 2024 presidential bid on Tuesday during a rally at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. If elected, he would become only the second US president to be elected to two nonconsecutive terms.

US Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) is set to introduce legislation that would use the 14th Amendment to bar former President Donald Trump from running for office again.

Cicilline, who served as the impeachment manager during Trump’s first impeachment proceedings, sent a letter on Tuesday to Democratic lawmakers previewing his legislation. The move came shortly after Trump announced his third presidential campaign.

It is not known when the measure would be introduced to the House of Representatives; however, the letter did list Thursday as the deadline for other representatives to come on as co-sponsors.

Webmaster addition: I would not be surprised if the never-Trumpers tried outright assassination to get rid of Trump.

Posted on: Nov 17 12:36

COVID-19 could lead to heart damage in children | Novant Health | Healthy  Headlines

The IWK Health Centre is a major pediatric hospital and trauma center in Halifax, Nova Scotia that provides care to maritime youth, children and women from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and beyond.

They’ve seen 27 myocarditis cases in a 6 week period for kids under 18. Normally, they see 2 cases a year. So they are seeing an increase of 117X the normal rate.

I heard this from a hospital insider. Don’t expect them to publicly say anything. That’s just not the way it works nowadays.

Since the baseline rate of myocarditis in kids is 1 per 100,000, this suggests that we are seeing 1 per 1,000 kids vaccinating getting myocarditis and it’s probably even more than that especially since the Thailand study showed almost 30% of kids sustain cardiac injury of some sort from the vaccines.

Posted on: Nov 17 12:35

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is facing a class action lawsuit after colluding with Google to repeatedly auto-install contact-tracing spyware on the smartphones of over a million Massachusetts residents without their permission or consent.

According to a class action lawsuit filed by the New Civil Liberties Alliance, a nonpartisan nonprofit civil rights organization, the Department of Public Health rolled out the contact tracing app it worked with Google to create in April 2021.

Posted on: Nov 17 12:34

The Republican Governor of Texas Greg Abbott has announced that his administration is celebrating a landmark as the 300th busload of migrants is now on its way to “woke” Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s “sanctuary city” of Chicago.

Gov. Abbott, who stormed to victory in his gubernatorial re-election this week, has brought national attention to the crisis at the Southern Border with his migrant busing strategy.

Abbott, along with other Republican border state governors, has been transporting illegal migrants to Democrat-run areas across the country.

“The 300th Texas bus of migrants just left for Chicago,” Abbott tweeted.

Posted on: Nov 17 12:32

Republican Senator Mitt Romney wants to cut inflation by cutting Americans’ wages, including the wages earned by the GOP’s own voters.

Sen. Romney (R-UT) urged the cuts in a November 10 Wall Street Journal op-ed, where he echoed Goldman Sachs’ May demand for more migration to cut inflation by cutting wages:

Exit polls of voters confirmed that inflation remains a top voter concern. Midterm campaigns largely focused on assigning blame for rising prices. Now … Congress can actually help by increasing legal immigration [and] expanding the number of work visas in sectors that face worker shortages.

In May, Goldman Sachs argued that President Donald Trump’s 2020 migration cuts ensured that “the substantial gap between the number of workers and the number of jobs …  has led to wage growth of 5 1/2% over the last year.”

Posted on: Nov 17 12:32

The Biden administration is set to extend the COVID-19 public health emergency through at least next April.

The public health emergency, which was set to expire on Jan. 11, will remain in place through the first quarter of 2022 to allow the government more time to offload responsibility for COVID-19 vaccines, tests, antiviral treatment, and other COVID-19 pharmaceuticals to the private sector — all have been provided free by the government during the health emergency, a Biden administration official told Reuters.

Posted on: Nov 17 12:31

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is taking the stage at noon on Thursday to discuss her future just one day after the Republicans secured a slim House majority in the 2022 midterm elections.

Pelosi’s decision on whether she’ll launch another leadership bid, step down from leadership, or exit politics altogether has been widely anticipated for months.

Posted on: Nov 17 12:30

Alec Baldwin filed a lawsuit against several crew members of “Rust” on Friday for providing him with the loaded gun that he fired on set, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins last year.

Baldwin, who is awaiting a decision on whether he’ll face criminal charges in the shooting, accused the movie’s armorer and first assistant director, among others, of negligence in a cross-complaint following a lawsuit filed against him last year by script supervisor Mamie Mitchell.

Baldwin’s attorney, Luke Nikas, said the crew members did not maintain safety on the New Mexico film set.

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Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., is urging his Republican colleagues to "do everything we can" to stop Democrats from passing amnesty for illegal immigrants -- after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said their "ultimate goal" is to give citizenship pathways to at least 11 million illegal immigrants.

"Democrats were afraid to push amnesty ahead of the midterms because it’s wildly unpopular," Banks, the head of the Republican Study Committee, said in a statement to Fox News Digital. "But they calculated that amnesty will be old news by 2024, and they’re counting on the millions of new voters to return their favor."

With Republicans set to control the House in the next Congress, which begins in January, Democrats and immigration activists are attempting to make one last push for citizenship for illegal immigrants before they lose control of the chamber.

Posted on: Nov 17 12:26
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An armed homeowner in Bloomington, Indiana, quickly discovered that firing a shot into the ground wasn't going to scare off an intruder moving toward him at his residence Sunday afternoon — but a second shot finally did convince the crook that he was out of his depth.
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Posted on: Nov 17 11:01
Elon Musk issued an email telling Twitter employees that they must be "extremely hardcore" by putting in "long hours at high intensity" for the platform to succeed — the billionaire business tycoon gave workers a deadline of 5 p.m. Thursday to visit a link and indicate that they wish to remain at the company, warning that those who fail to do so "will receive three months of severance."
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Posted on: Nov 17 11:00
Gun control is on the docket for Michigan’s Democratic leaders and lawmakers after the party boasted historic wins in the state’s midterm elections last week.
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Posted on: Nov 17 10:58
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried remarked that he grew “overconfident and careless” ahead of the sudden implosion of his cryptocurrency empire, yet made little direct mention of his own fraudulent behavior as he discussed the implosion of his empire.
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Posted on: Nov 17 10:57
In 1986, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) successfully pushed for amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, promising that doing so would help slow the tide of illegal immigration and support America’s dwindling workforce. It failed.
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Posted on: Nov 17 10:57
FBI Director Christopher Wray told Homeland Security Committee House members Tuesday that the video-sharing app TikTok poses national security threats from the Chinese Communist Party.
Posted on: Nov 17 10:56
On Tuesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky sounded the alarm and called upon NATO allies to finally, directly, enter the war after an alleged Russian missile hit a Polish town, killing two people and causing destruction.
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Posted on: Nov 17 10:55

Actor John Voight says that Donald Trump is the only one who can save this country from the "swamp," He prays that Trump will return to run for President in 2024.

He says that the former President is the only one who can legitimately be said to have the power to turn things like this around.

Voight is an Academy Award-winning actor, and he posted a quick 2-minute clip in which he stated that he felt that Trump was the only one that could help the country from the state of things the way they are now.

His "Wake Up America" clip calls for the country's healing. He says that this is something the country needs after the underwhelming performance of Republicans in the midterm elections this year.

Posted on: Nov 17 10:47

She’s getting her joys from the great beyond.

Joy Behar shocked “The View” when she revealed that she’s “had sex with a few ghosts” while the panelists were discussing footage of a woman who claimed to have “sexual ghosts” in her home.

“If you have sex with a ghost, can you get pregnant?” Sara Haines asked.

“I’ve had sex with a few ghosts and never got pregnant,” Behar revealed — to the surprise of everyone.

Webmaster addition: Did those "ghosts" use batteries?

Posted on: Nov 17 10:46

FILE - A voter fills out a ballot during the Pennsylvania primary election at the Michaux Manor Living Center in Fayetteville, Pa., May 17, 2022. As the 2022 midterm elections enter their final two-month sprint, leading Republicans concede that their party's advantage may be slipping even as Democrats confront their president's weak standing, deep voter pessimism and the weight of history this fall. - Sputnik International, 1920, 16.11.2022

While polls projected a major red wave for the recent midterms, the vote showed different results. Democrats managed to maintain narrow control over the Senate, while the lower chamber majority is projected to go to Republicans - but only by a small margin.

Sputnik discussed the intricate details of the past midterm elections with Patrick Basham, head of Democracy Institute, a politically independent research organization based in Washington and London.

Sputnik: US bipartisan observers suggest that the expected "red wave" has not materialized. Would you agree that the Republicans "underperformed"?

Patrick Basham: In terms of voting, the red wave materialized exactly as we predicted. Our final Democracy Institute/ poll forecast the Republicans would win the popular vote by five percent. The Election Day exit poll also found a five percent win by the Republicans. With ballots still being counted in several western states, the Republicans popular vote lead is fluctuating between four and five percent.

Posted on: Nov 17 10:46

Deflection Queen At It Again: Jen Psaki Makes A PATHETIC Attempt To Defend Biden

Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki is trying her best to deflect away from the advanced age of President Biden.

Many are concerned about his age and mental capacity at this stage. However, Psaki tried to counter that by calling Donald Trump old. For the record, Donald Trump is a few years younger than Joe Biden.

Biden is already the oldest President in American history and will be 82 years old on Inauguration Day 2025. Biden continues to insist that he intends to run for re-election despite the concerns of many people within his party.

Posted on: Nov 17 10:43

Atomic Weapons Were Not Needed to End the War or Save Lives

Like all Americans, I was taught that the U.S. dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in order to end WWII and save both American and Japanese lives.

But most of the top American military officials at the time said otherwise.

The U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey group, assigned by President Truman to study the air attacks on Japan, produced a report in July of 1946 that concluded (52-56):

Based on a detailed investigation of all the facts and supported by the testimony of the surviving Japanese leaders involved, it is the Survey’s opinion that certainly prior to 31 December 1945 and in all probability prior to 1 November 1945, Japan would have surrendered even if the atomic bombs had not been dropped, even if Russia had not entered the war, and even if no invasion had been planned or contemplated.

General (and later president) Dwight Eisenhower – then Supreme Commander of all Allied Forces, and the officer who created most of America’s WWII military plans for Europe and Japan – said:

The Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn’t necessary to hit them with that awful thing.

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Posted on: Nov 17 10:43

Former US President Donald Trump’s son Donald Trump Junior has called for cutting off funding for Ukraine in the wake of the Polish missile incident.

"Since it was Ukraine's missile that hit our NATO ally Poland, can we at least stop spending billions to arm them now?" he wrote on Twitter.

On Tuesday, a missile fell in the village of Przewodow in eastern Poland on the border with Ukraine, killing two people. According to Polish President Andrzej Duda, it wasn’t a deliberate attack on the country. Warsaw explained that it most probably had been an S-300-like missile made in the 1970s, which had been fired by Ukrainian air defense forces. The Russian Defense Ministry branded claims by Polish media outlets and officials of alleged Russian missiles falling on Polish soil as provocations since no Russian strikes had taken place near the Ukrainian-Polish border. The ministry pointed out that the photos of the debris from the incident site published by the Polish media had nothing to do with Russian weapons.

Posted on: Nov 17 10:42

Belarusian border guards have shot down an unmanned aerial vehicle intruding into the republic’s airspace from Ukrainian territory, the press office of the Belarusian State Border Guard Committee reported on Wednesday.

"Pinsk border guards spotted a quadcopter 100 meters from the Belarussian-Ukrainian border heading for the territory of the Republic of Belarus from the Ukrainian side. The incident occurred today, November 16, in the Kobryn district," the statement reads.

"The drone was shot down by an on-duty border guard squad from a Kalashnikov automatic rifle. The quadcopter was outfitted with a video camera and was used for conducting reconnaissance and surveying technical border protection facilities on the territory of Belarus," the press office said.

Posted on: Nov 17 10:38
Twitter CEO Elon Musk, testifying at his Tesla compensation trial in Delaware, told the court that he plans to find someone else to run Twitter, according to a new report.
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Posted on: Nov 17 10:15

 Officials in the Bahamas may send former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried to the United States for questioning about his imploded cryptocurrency company.

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Posted on: Nov 17 10:14