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 “If we don’t keep it below 1.5 degrees Centigrade, we lose it all.”

That’s President Bandon talking about his upcoming decrees on the “climate emergency.” And no, he doesn’t have a clue about climate or about what he’s saying at any given moment, like this gaffe about our military:

Actually, that was more a Freudian slip than a gaffe.  They hate the military and really do think we’re stupid:

Yay!  Gas prices have declined a few cents for the moment!  They’re still more than twice as high as when Biden took office, but they’re down a few cents!  Run naked in the streets in joy!  More from the stupidest presidential cabinet in history:

Oh yes, they’re doing it on purpose:

‘It’s about making a choice between what is the short term and the medium term so we can make sure we have enough oil and gas to support us through the transition and what are the kind of steps we don’t want the oil and gas industry to take that would have long term consequences when we don’t want new major projects that would take 20-30 years that would become profitable,’ Hochstein said. ‘So we have to make that differentiation to make sure the American consumer has what it needs to grow, grow our economy and the global economy, but not take steps and endanger the climate work that we’re trying to do to make sure that we’re on a better footing to accelerate the transition.’

Uh-huh.  The transition to a 19th century standard of living.  Suuuuure they’re going to let gas prices decrease.  And speaking of stupid cabinet officers:

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, a cabinet ideologue with zero experience in business or transportation, appears in the news admitted the high price of gasoline is part of the Biden energy agenda to push people into purchasing electric vehicles.  You’ll have a higher car payment, but you won’t pay for gasoline.

Gee Pete, could that be because EVs won’t work for most Americans, they don’t want them and they can’t afford them?

Yup, there’s that transition to the 1800s again.

And only $100,000+ bucks!  Buy one for every day of the week: that way you’ll always have one charged—maybe.

Oh, there absolutely will be all the power we need to recharge millions and millions of EVs, just as soon as we shut down all the power plants.

New qualification for high office besides checking the proper race, gender and deviant sexuality boxes: the ability to ride a bicycle. Remember, when gay Pete was mayor of a small city, he couldn’t even get potholes repaired.  Here’s another Biden brain truster:

I’m sure he will.  But thank goodness we have Pete.  He’s fighting the scourge of racist highways:

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Thursday launched a $1 billion first-of-its-kind pilot program aimed at helping reconnect cities and neighborhoods racially segregated or divided by road projects, pledging wide-ranging help to dozens of communities despite the program’s limited dollars.

Under the Reconnecting Communities program, cities and states can now apply for the federal aid over five years to rectify harm caused by roadways that were built primarily through lower-income, Black communities after the 1950s creation of the interstate highway system.

New projects could include rapid bus transit lines to link disadvantaged neighborhoods to jobs; caps built on top of highways featuring green spaces, bike lanes and pedestrian walkways to allow for safe crossings over the roadways; repurposing former rail lines; and partial removal of highways.

That’ll fix inflation!  Here’s more brilliance from the Meat Puppet Administration:

Oh sure.  That makes sense.  This doesn’t:

But all the best people assure me there is no such thing as election fraud. In the Meat Puppet Administration, there is no such thing as sanity:

That’s our government: a trans “admiral” and a trans something or other now in charge of nuclear waste disposal.  What could possibly go wrong?

What’s DC’s mayor complaining about?  Texas is bussing illegals to DC.  I thought D/S/Cs loved them some illegals?  As you’ll recall, gentle readers, our mummified President recently went to the Middle East:

During a joint news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Thursday morning in Jerusalem, President Biden said he was ‘given a list’ of reporters to take questions from.

The president made the gaffe after taking one question from an Israeli reporter. Afterwards, he was prompted to call on more reporters, when he said, ‘Um, sure. Uh, I was given a list here,’ before reading off the name of Reuters reporter Steve Holland.

From Howie Carr, a blizzard of Biden gaffes from his Mideast trip:  

At least twice he called the Israeli prime minister ‘Mr. President.’ He referred to ‘Palestinian counties.’ He discussed the ‘United Avrab Ememirates.’

He referred to the birth of Christ as ‘God’s great grift to the world.’

‘At the same time, the Israeli uh the Israilty of today is not the Is Israel of 50 years ago.’

‘The Palace the Palestinian people are hurting now you feel uh you can just feel it.’

‘We’re never give up on the work peace.’

“Work peace” is very importantAnd so is all this other stuff he blathered about:

Earlier this month, back at his nursing home on Pennsylvania Avenue, Biden found time to present several Medals, which he called ‘Bedals’ of Honor, ‘one postumitously.’ Not posthumously, but postumitously. He said it twice.

One such ‘Bedal of Honor’ went to a ‘staff cargeant.’ Brandon read a citation about a hero whose ‘tropter’ was hit by enemy fire in Vietnam. Another moved through battlefield trenches ‘for 35 minners, 35 meters.’

Brandon’s mind is failing faster than your 401(k), and that’s saying something. He mentions going to the Japanese embassy after the murder of Shinzo Abe to sign the ‘consolence book.’ For reaffirmed he reads ‘reafformed.’ His nurses write ‘protect,’ and it comes out ‘provide.’

He recently talked about ‘all 50 straits and the District of Combia.’

‘That’s why when I came to office I reserved the policy I reversed the policies of my predecessor.’

‘The same determination to preserve and persevere through every single challenge.’

‘Whether it’s accelerating climate crisis dealing with accelerating climate crisis.’

‘The United States has already funded a feasible feasibility study.’

‘A patient comes into the emergency room in any state in the Union, she’s expressing experiencing life-threatening miscarriage.’

‘Another care area key area where we can make big differences is in infrastructure.’

He has also called ‘Roe’ ‘Woe’ several times, as in, ‘The fastest way to restore Woe….’

Was that another Freudian slip, as when he blurted out that Republicans have done ‘nothing to obstruct’ lowering gas prices? (Surely he was supposed to read ‘nothing but obstruct.’)

‘I wasn’t supposed, I wasn’t gonna, they told me not to, I’m gonna do this anyway, I’m gonna tell a story, I went over to see Pope John excuse me Pope Benedict….’

‘They believed in her they learned and they learned as a nation what they the whole nation has learned she’s the embodiment of the most the most of the single significant American trait: never ever give up.’

‘This law also provides funding vital for funding to address the youth mental health crisis.’

‘When tens of millions of womens vote this year they won’t be alone.’

Apparently D/S/Cs are back to know what a ‘women” are?

‘Your security the security is going to determine the security of Jewish people around the world for the rest of the world.’

‘We made impredible comress progress on the economy from where we were a year and a half ago.’

‘We face literally a moral choice in this country moral choice of profound real world real world implications.’

‘We invest in each other we dream together we’re part of what has always been the objective we’ve both had.’

‘Trillion billionaires in America, there’s 789 or thereabouts.’

‘On Tuesday on Thursday I’ll bestow the Presidential Maid Medal of Freedom the highest civilian award to extraordinary Americans who embody and endure the enduring character of this nation.’

More goodies from Biden’s speech in Israel:

Biden, clearly off script began talking about his ‘moonshot’ effort to find a way to cure cancer, forgetting words as he tried to explain what he was trying to do.

‘Within our National Institute of Health, I set up a provision where like within the Defense Department, there’s a special office, the Defense Department, they’ve been looking at breaking technologies, whether its just across the board, that’s where the internet came from,’ he said.

Thanks for clearing that up.

The president also struggled during an appearance with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas later in the day.

During his remarks, Biden mistakenly said the United States was providing the Palestinians with ‘more than one million doses of COVID-19,’ forgetting to use the word ‘vaccines.’

Iran was so impressed it announced it could build an atomic bomb whenever it liked.  Here’s one more Middle East gaffe:

President Joe Biden, visiting Israel on Wednesday, added yet another entry to his long list of gaffes, mistakenly saying we must keep alive the ‘honor of the Holocaust.’

I’m sure that went over well in Israilty. Yes, NPR has gone bull goose loony:

National Public Radio can be as maddeningly ‘fake news’ as almost any big media outlet (which is ironic because they now have a “disinformation team”), but that doesn’t mean NPR can’t at least be entertaining in the process.

Tucker Carlson analyzed one such segment from NPR about ‘genderqueer dinosaur enthusiasts online’ and how others have wrongly appropriated that particular culture, or something:

One more damn thing to worry about.  Here’s something else:

Imagine you are an eighteen-year-old, white, Christian male in Georgia with a family history of military service. As you progressed through your teen years, you watched Confederate statues being torn down and military bases being renamed, endless media and elitist demonization of your culture as racist and deplorable and backwards, and military and civilian leadership that thinks diversity and inclusion (i.e. fewer white men) is best thing since sliced bread. Would you volunteer? Identity politics works both ways. Trash my tribe and I won’t associate with you, let alone risk my life. It shouldn’t be a shock, then, that those expressing a ‘great deal of trust and confidence in the military’ dropped from 70 percent in 2018 to 45 percent today.

The long-term health of the all-volunteer force that began in 1973 now appears to be in serious jeopardy. The general public’s declining connection and trust in the nation and its institutions paired with the elites’ incessant culture war targeting the very Americans who traditionally served in the highest numbers spells trouble.

What, considering the DOD is also throwing out tens of thousands of active duty and guard troops for refusing to take the Covid vaccination, could possibly go wrong?  No good deed goes unpunished:

Critics are lashing out after a man carrying a pistol stopped a mass shooting at an Indiana shopping mall, arguing the man should not be called a ‘Good Samaritan.’

‘The term, ‘Good Samaritan’ came from a Bible passage of a man from Samaria who stopped on the side of the road to help a man who was injured and ignored,’ wrote CBS4 traffic anchor Justin Kollar on Twitter Monday. ‘I cannot believe we live in a world where the term can equally apply to someone killing someone… my God.’

Kollar’s comment comes after a gunman opened fire at a suburban Indianapolis shopping mall on Sunday, killing three people before he was gunned down by a man legally carrying a pistol, under Indiana’s new constitutional carry law, according to police. Reports on Monday found that the man who put a halt to the shooting was actually in violation of Greenwood Park Mall policy, which bans the carry of weapons in its facility.

Anti-liberty/gun cracktivists obviously don’t read the Bible either.  What’s notable about the good Samaritan was he stopped to render help far beyond the minimum when supposedly God-fearing men did not, you know, like the “critics” who would rather innocent people die than see their anti-liberty/gun narrative punctured:

Well, the people whose lives were saved just might.  Chicago certainly is–a joke:  

A Chicago Police Department supervisor reportedly told officers on Saturday to end pursuit of a vehicle used by suspects in an apparent murder that had occurred minutes before, according to radio transmissions.

In response to the command, one officer reportedly said, ‘This department’s a joke,’ according to CWB Chicago.

The chase involved four men, the outlet said, and three of them were recorded allegedly firing shots. Police radio transmissions preserved the interactions that began just before 5:00 p.m. after ten shots were reportedly fired at 615 South California.

The vehicle involved in the alleged incident was a white Dodge Charger. Following the apparent shooting, the three men got back into the vehicle.

‘An officer who arrived at the scene said it appeared the victim was dead,’ the CWB Chicago article continued, noting the car was reportedly stolen.

Upon seeing the Charger, a patrol unit engaged the vehicle, and officers eventually confirmed the shooting that happened on California was a code that meant murder.

However, when the Charger and police entered the suburb of Cicero, ‘a Chicago police supervisor immediately terminated the chase, leading to a series of outbursts from officers who disagreed with the decision not to go after a carload of possible murderers.’

Chicago police aren’t allowed to chase criminals anymore.  You don’t suppose criminals will take advantage of that, do you?  How will we be able to tell the difference?  

Bill Moves Forward That Will Legalize Psychedelic Drugs In California.


Gender activists push to bar anthropologists from identifying human remains as ‘male’ or ‘female’

Argue scientists cannot know how an ancient individual identified themselves.

The Coast Guard has “armored infantry?!”

Sorry guys.  That’s a forward assist, which allows the “Coast Guard armored infantry” soldier/sailor/trans admiral(?) to fully seat the bolt if the weapon gets dirty and won’t fully chamber a cartridge.  It has nothing to do with the rate of fire.  I suspect this is a parody, but loads of people gladly bought it.

They’re not even trying to pretend they’re legitimate journalists anymore (not that Lemon ever was):

Lemon is arguing the media must treat Republicans and Democrats differently because Republicans are destroying “our democracy” by demanding the Constitution be followed.  You mean they haven’t been doing that for decades?

Somehow, I don’t think Discovery management will take that as an insult.  How dare you suggest we demand everyone use our pronouns!

Who coulda thunk it?

To conclude our weekly recitation of stupidity:

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Tuesday claimed that the southern border ‘is secure” – even as Border Patrol agents are facing historic migrant numbers.

Look, the border is secure,’ he said. ‘We are working to make the border more secure. That has been a historic challenge.’

Uh, if the border is “secure” why does it need to be “more secure?”

Too stupid to survive.