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I knew Kamala Harris was “addressing the root causes” of illegal immigration, but I had no idea:
The U.S. Department of State has awarded more than $20,000 for a cultural center in Ecuador to host ‘drag theater performances’ in the name of diversity and inclusion.
The State Department awarded a $20,600 grant on Sept. 23 to the Centro Ecuatoriano Norteamericano (CEN), a non-profit organization supported by the U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Ecuador, to ‘promote diversity and inclusion’ in the region.
The project at CEN, which started Sept. 30 and runs until Aug. 31, 2023, will include ‘3 workshops,’ ‘12 drag theater performances,’ and a ‘2-minute documentary,’ according to the State Department’s grant listed on the USASpending.gov website.
What brilliance! I’ve seriously misjudged Kamala. Now Ecuadorians will say: “the Nortemericanos have given us our own drag shows! We no longer need to move to America!” Root cause identified, problem solved. Now we just need to deal with it in America:
Let me be sure I understand this: a women’s cosmetic company—Ulta–is going trans, and they think their customers will embrace that?
Maybe if Biden threatens to deploy these to Ukraine?
Gaffe: when a politician accidently tells the truth:
Google searches for phrases such as ‘delete Paypal’ were soaring as much as 1,300% days after a report from The Daily Wire highlighted the company’s attempt to penalize users $2,500 for spreading ‘misinformation’ through the platform.
PayPal, which has deplatformed multiple entities and commentators for their political and social views, had unveiled an upcoming change to its acceptable use policy that would have banned the promotion of ‘misinformation,’ as well as ‘hate, violence, racial or other forms of intolerance that is discriminatory.’ Within one day of The Daily Wire reporting the policy change, PayPal claimed that the new guidelines were published ‘in error’ and apologized ‘for the confusion this has caused.’
The problem for PayPal is no one is confused: they know Paypal did it, meant it, and got caught.
The company’s stock price fell more than 6% on Monday as the intense backlash appeared to spook investors, causing PayPal to lose over $6 billion in market capitalization. Shares closed at $84.52 on Monday, marking a 6.3% decline from $90.18 on Friday. In comparison, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.3% and the technology-heavy Nasdaq fell 1% as of market close.
Considering the state of the economy, maybe businesses ought to stick to, you know, doing business? Fulfilling their fiscal responsibility to their shareholders? What the hell is wrong with these people?
What happened: Russian dictator Vladimir Putin topped Politico‘s list of ‘power players behind Europe’s green agenda.’
That’s messed up: Yeah, it is.
Why? Politico argues that the war in Ukraine has been great for the environment because it ‘forced Europe to finally break its fossil fuel addiction’ and helped speed up the continent’s ‘green revolution.’ By launching his brutal invasion and manipulating energy markets to keep oil prices high, Putin has ‘achieved something generations of green campaigners could not.’
But war is bad, right? Depends on whom you ask. Left-wing climate freaks would argue anything that leads to higher gas prices is good because it makes so-called clean energy sources relatively less expensive. Former president Barack Obama, for example, favored an energy policy under which ‘electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket’ due to the elimination of coal-fired power plants.
The enemy of my enemy is my green friend? Joe’s on top of it:
‘The inflation report is out. Have you seen gas prices around here in LA? It’s 7 bucks a gallon almost,’ a reporter said after Biden handed a cashier three $20 bills for a $16.45 order of six tacos and two quesadillas. ‘Well, that’s always been the case here,’ Biden replied.
‘You know, it’s not — what — nationwide, they came down about $1.35, and they’re still down over a dollar. But we’re going to work on — housing is the big — is the most important thing we have to do in terms of that.’
James Gallagher, the Republican minority leader in the California Assembly, tweeted, ‘Bidenism at its finest in LA today. High gas prices is a housing problem?’
Well to Joe, sure. He thinks the economy is going great guns:
A day after President Joe Biden drew criticism from conservatives on social media for giving unsolicited dating advice to a young teen girl in California, the president is again in hot water for claiming the ‘economy is strong as hell.’
The comment came during a conversation with a reporter at a Baskin Robbins in Portland, Oregon, who asked the president if he had any worry about the strength of the U.S. dollar amid rising inflation.
With a chocolate chip ice cream cone in his hand, Biden answered: ‘I’m not concerned about the strength of the dollar. I’m concerned about the rest of the world. Our economy is strong as hell.’
And let me get my paws on that girl! I thought Beau Biden died of brain cancer in America. Oh, that’s right, he did. Why doesn’t Joe know that?
Thanks for clearing that up:
I hear he’s going to be campaigning for Fetterman too. Good match up.
Oh look! There’s another girl!
Dean of the University of Minnesota Medical School has just circulated an advisory to faculty (partial screenshot below). We covered the school’s new white-coat ceremony in “Beyond the Hippocratic oath.” Reporting on the absurd oath foisted on incoming students at the ceremony has apparently raised public interest. If you are among those who help defray expenses at the University of Minnesota and would like to express your views, you are to be directed to the dean’s office.
Right. Lie to alumni and other donors. Burns actually committed journalism, so…
Gisele Barreto Fetterman said there had been no consequences for reporter Dasha Burns’s comments, claiming the reporter was an ‘ableist’ who discriminated against her husband after he suffered a stroke earlier this year.
“Consequences.” Like torture? Death? And John Fetterman continues to demonstrate his fitness for the US Senate:
‘Send me to Washington D.C. Take on, make sure I can push back against … work–to work!’ he said.
That’s just the kind of push back we need. And speaking of stupid, how are things going in New York?
Progressive politicians have gone one better than ‘defund the police’ and are now recommending that constituents refrain from contacting law enforcement.
Two Democrats in New York State, Assemblyman Zohran Kwame Mamdani and New York City council member Tiffany Cabán, have collaborated on a ‘public safety resource guide’ distributed to small businesses. The guide, reproduced in a September 27 tweet, urges constituents not to call the police and instead, use ‘better ways of solving problems …every time a challenge arises.’
What should they do instead? This:
In the event of a ‘conflict that appears to be escalating,’ the guide recommends giving ‘the person causing harm the chance to correct their behavior,’ and saying ‘no,’ ‘stop’ or ‘that is not okay.’ ‘Repeat the same statement until the person causing harm corrects their behavior or exits (ex. ‘Have a good day!’).’ If ‘naming the behavior’ doesn’t work, another option is distracting the ‘person causing harm,’ with a suggested script of, ‘Hey, didn’t I go to high school with you?’
How about: “didn’t we share a cell in prison?” Elect this guy. He’ll fit right in at the NY Assembly:
Who could have thought betraying West Virginians and getting suckered by Chuck Schumer could have led to this?
Sen. Joe Manchin’s approval rating dropped by double digits in his home state of West Virginia, which makes him one of the most unpopular senators, according to a recent Morning Consult poll.
Only 42% of registered voters approve of Manchin and 51% disapprove after the senator lost a lot of support from Republicans and independents. In a poll during the first quarter of 2022, his approval rating was close to 60% and his disapproval rating was less than 40%. The change in his approval rating could be rooted in his recent support for some of President Joe Biden’s policy agendas.
He f***ed up; he trusted Democrats. Thankfully, the press is relentlessly, professionally covering Joe Biden:
Or not. How do you stop car thieves? Sue auto manufacturers:
Rather than prosecuting car thieves, St. Louis wants to sue Kia and Hyundai for making their cars so easy to steal.
Take the link for all of the madness. The Nobel Prize winners behind that brainstorm must be Harvard graduates:
Wow. Those Harvard kids have really gotten smarter since the 70s! Oh, so that’s why 2 million + illegals have crossed the border:
[DHS Secretary] Mayorkas swiped at Republicans during a call with The Dallas Morning News. Their rhetoric is causing problems at the border, not the Biden administration:
‘I’ve got a lot of work to do, and I intend to continue to do it. That’s my response,’ he said, during a meeting with The Dallas Morning News editorial board.
He added that ‘the political cry that the border is open’ — a common refrain from GOP critics — ‘is music to the smugglers’ ears, because they take that political rhetoric and they market it’ to desperate migrants from Venezuela and other countries.
Of course. The open border is all Republican’s fault. How dare they mention it, particularly since the State Department solved the problem by funding drag performances in Ecuador! Maybe smugglers wouldn’t be so successful if the border were actually closed?
They have no idea how stupid they are and that Normal Americans know it:
Let’s see: she’s 5’1”, 120 and he’s 6’3”, 240…
Still, I’d pay to see the Secret Service wrestle her to the ground. Oh, so no more children then?
But don’t people need to have them or the species dies out or something? Ice in the ‘hood?
Maybe the government can combine more ice rinks for Black neighborhoods with drag queens? Black drag queens on ice!? Solve two pressing problems at once? In case of civil war, I’m betting on the people who pee in the wrong bathrooms, can’t identify women, don’t own guns, and are obsessed with pronouns:
Anchor Jon Karl said, ‘Fauci became the subject of bizarre conspiracy theories and received countless death threats as he was vilified by the right. So what’s the biggest misconception about you?’
Fauci said, ‘You know, I don’t know, Jon. I think the misconception is I was misleading people. You know, to say that I, who have been adviser to seven presidents and have never ever veered one way or the other from an ideological standpoint, for somebody to say that I’m political, that’s completely crazy.’
Wait a minute: didn’t Joe say the pandemic is over?
Definitely the kind of incisive intellect we need in the FBI:
Former FBI official Peter Strzok claimed September 11, 2001 terror attacks in New York, which killed almost 3000 Americans, was ‘nothing’ to the January 6 ‘attack’ on the Capitol building in 2021.
Quiz: you’re a school assistant principal. Three masked gunmen show up at the front door, and you see the police behind them. What do you do?
Those two have a promising career in school administration and/or politics.
Too, too, too stupid to survive.