#censorship

WaPo sneers at Americans embracing a family get together

Why do the WaPo editors bother publishing such nonsense over a traditional family get together? What evidence does WaPo have of the world watching in disbelief? Should Americans heed the disapproval of someone living in Melbourne?

It is hard to think of a more sanctimonious article that sneers at families bonding.

Or have Americans moved on from the fear-mongering peddled by medical activists enjoying new found powers to push politics over science?

Isn’t it just more evidence of Americans growing fed up and tired of the double standards displayed by hypocritical politicians who break the very rules they portend gruesome death if the peasants don’t follow draconian orders to the letter?

Maybe when people see elites like California Gov Gavin Newsom busted for having a swank dinner with the CEO of the California Medical Association – who represents thousands of physicians – people can see that they are being played.

It perfectly sums up the satirical video we published today about “obedience.”

“A Time to Heal?” – one of Larry Elder’s best monologues

We’ve always admired Larry Elder’s ability to shred liberal narratives with data and facts.

California Gov Newsom considers Hollywood an essential business

More liberal hypocrisy. So soon after being busted for violating his own rules by dining in a flash restaurant with health association executives no less, California Gov Gavin Newsom has declared Hollywood an essential industry which is not subject to lockdown rules imposed between 10pm and 5am.

What a joke. Then again, Hollywood leans left so they get a pass in California. How typical of the elitist mentality of the Democrat party. Best not waste precious police resources on actors. Far more useful to arrest paddle boarders social distancing 200m away from anyone else and threaten them with 6 months jail.

We prefer the words of South Dakota Gov Kristi Noem who said, “who am I to tell you whether your business is essential or not?

Rules for thee but not for me.

Institutional Hypocrisy

Rules for thee, but not for me. The left talk of institutional racism incessantly. Perhaps they need to talk about institutional hypocrisy instead. Far more compelling evidence, especially during coronavirus.

Harvard students circulate petition to ban Trump supporters from campus

A group of Harvard University students are pushing a petition which seeks to out anyone associated with President Trump by blacklisting them from “teaching, speaking, or attending the institution.”

Surely the whole point of attending a university of such standing is to use the superior intelligence, intellect and facts gained to guarantee that on the strength of the arguments alone, these Trump supporters wouldn’t dare come for fear of the abject humiliation that would follow.

Instead, these snowflakes want to shut down debate for fear they might have to listen to someone with different opinions. These poor trust fund babies. Who could forget this Harvard graduate who threatened to stab anyone who said All Lives Matter?

Didn’t Joe Biden call for Americans to “unite”? Maybe when Harvard alumni and former FLOTUS Michelle Obama said 75 million Trump supporters backed “lies, hate, chaos and division” she wasn’t helping heal that rift.

As we said this morning, education is increasingly looking like it should be free as it is seemingly worth little. Why learn when indoctrination is so much simpler?

At the very least, The Harvard Crimson, the student-run paper, blasted the policy as “paternalistic, ineffective, and contrary to the College’s stated goals of free speech.

Lori Lightfoot’s cringeworthy video abut science

Apart from being probably one of the most incompetent politicians in America, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot decided to follow up her Halloween costumes, Census Cowboy and demanding the defunded Chicago PD to protect her home with a cringeworthy video pushing a return to science.

We are somewhat concerned trusting science where certain members among Democrats believe that men have a right to menstruate or think Bill Nye the science guy is a modicum of balance.

More displays of unity from the tolerant left

Re-education camps, perhaps? 71m people supported him. That’s one long list. So much for free speech and freedom of expression. Get into line. Fast.

Is it possible to have unity when one side demands strict obedience?

Will we witness the biggest climb down in history?

While Trump hasn’t conceded, the media have called this election. Never mind that the electoral college decides that and with so much court drama, we may get see a slim chance of Trump winning. What if he did?

The media has wasted no time mocking Trump by publishing articles at just how relieved world leaders are to have a return to the status quo. This idea of division. Really? Trump merely exposed the sheer incompetence of so many leaders and the graft and corruption that goes on in the swamp. He may be no clean shirt himself given he is a NY property tycoon but he has exposed the double standards among the political class who have been completely self serving. What happened to “of the people, by the people and for the people“?

Honestly, in what world does rejoining UN bodies achieve anything other than waste money pushing for globalist nonsense and lining up crony capitalists to feed at the teat of things like climate change and open borders?

Wouldn’t it be ironic to see these world leaders currently publicly distancing themselves from Trump having to do an about face if the courts rule the Biden victory as illegitimate?

Talk about division. World leaders maybe using the media’s call on the election for their own political purposes, but there is some real schadenfreude in the offing if these hacks who have failed to call anything right for four years end up eating their own words as the drown in hubris.

Brittany rails on electoral fraud in the 2020 election

https://fb.watch/1AW7Eg9qud/

MRCTV’s Brittany Hughes rails on the shady goings on during the 2020 election. We guess that when there are 10,000 different electoral commissions across America (vs one in Australia), there is little consistency and plenty of room for fiddling the tallies when partisan bias drives outcomes.

We wrote about ballot fraud here.

We guess many believe the ends justify the means.