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Casey Klahn: A prophet may now arrive from anywhere. This reporter, in Ventura, for instance.

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  • KC June 27, 2020, 3:15 PM

    The guy is spot on. I’m tired of our area being treated like NYC or LA. We still have zero deaths. I can promise you if the stats were turned the other way, NYC and LA would not shut down for flyover country.

  • Stargazer June 27, 2020, 3:27 PM

    Makes an excellent case. Unfortunately they were, are and will continue to be willfully ignorant of the truth he speaks. Regardless, the point needs to be made. Maybe someone(s) who didn’t get it before will get it now and make a difference later.

  • jwm June 27, 2020, 3:48 PM

    He totally owned these weenies. Unfortunately it will do no good. They can shrug off facts. They don’t care about truth. The will of the people means nothing to them. These clowns believe in their heart of hearts that they KNOW BETTER. They have their hands on the levers of power, and that, in their little minds, makes what they do the right thing to do. Because they have the power to do it.

    JWM

  • Joe Krill June 27, 2020, 4:25 PM

    AGREED!!!!!

  • Stargazer June 27, 2020, 4:37 PM

    To add to my earlier comment. If his entire audience was only the government commission, his comments would truly have been futile. But this presentation is being widely spread. Maybe, just maybe his remarks will hit home with thousands (millions?) of people and make a difference.

  • Steve in Greensboro June 27, 2020, 5:04 PM

    CA and NY are lost causes. Get out before they impose some sort of confiscatory exit tax to leave the state. This goes for IL and NJ too.

  • ghostsniper June 27, 2020, 7:18 PM

    Never forget, they don’t think like we do.
    That’s why you can’t figure them out.
    They can’t be figured out.
    That’s why the things they do don’t make sense.
    They are senseless.
    But they will react to extreme pain.
    That may be the only way to get through to them.
    With extreme pain is always the risk of death.
    Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
    After all, everything dies.
    Isn’t that what they have said about you?

  • Rob De Witt June 27, 2020, 8:00 PM

    “Unfortunately” and “futile” are pretty fucking lame excuses for not speaking up. That’s exactly the same logic that plumps for “outcome” over “equality of opportunity.” If I were swayed by the argument that “nobody listens” I would have given up in the womb. Somebody’s gotta say this shit.

    If that’s too intimidating, go have a listen to Bevelyn Beatty, and grow a set:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1KMp27GY6L9Nqfi21P3ogw

  • Anonymous June 27, 2020, 8:23 PM

    Are PantyFa camped out at his house…yet?

  • jwm June 27, 2020, 8:41 PM

    Rob De Wit:
    Point well taken.
    I am frequently overcome with both cynicism, and pessimism these days. I don’t think I’m alone there.
    Trust me; I would love to be wrong. I’d eat that crow with a side of salt rubbed in the wound, and ask for seconds.

    JWM

  • Anonymous June 28, 2020, 3:29 AM

    That’s John Ziegler.

    “The “conservative” media should be almost universally ashamed by how they have alternatively allowed, enabled and promoted Trump (whom I have met and was verbally supported by for my work on the 2011 Penn State controversy) as a “legitimate” GOP contender. Trump is not remotely conservative, he is not trustworthy, he can’t possibly win a general election or even the nomination, he’s also very close to the Clintons, and he has made it very clear that he is more than willing to sabotage the GOP candidate” –
    John Ziegler, Aug 10th, 2015

  • JoeDaddy June 28, 2020, 3:32 AM

    Being also from Greensboro, NC…NC is in the same s#it#ole with our Gov. c00per. DemoKKKrat tool with hiz knee on our necks.

  • Fuel Filter June 28, 2020, 7:53 AM

    To Steve in Greensboro, as a man who was born (1951), bred and a third-gen Californian (grandmother born in the late 1800’s on a dairy farm that’s now part of Pasadena…something pretty rare to all you East of the Rockies) I did get the fuck out about four years ago and split to Arizona I gotta tell you it was the best damn decision I ever made.

    I love it here. My lifestyle has changed not one whit due to the Chink virus. Our Guv has been pretty much on the ball. No draconian measures were, nor are in place. No place where I go has demanded I don a mask except my doctor’s office.

    When folk ask where I’m from I tell them but quickly add why I moved: To get away from the Left’s insanity that runs my former home.

    I do weep for CA. It is a beautiful state that has it all in that regard but the Left destroys all it touches.

  • Sid V June 28, 2020, 10:26 AM

    Great rant. Not to cast aspersions on Ziegler, but he’s a big defender of Al Franken. I’ve had a couple interactions with him on Twitter (before I was unceremoniously kicked off for being conservative), pointing out that my sister was groped onstage by Franken as part of a routine back in 1979 when she was in college and he was doing stand up as part of his Franken and Davis act.

  • Nobody Atall June 28, 2020, 12:17 PM

    I want that guy to move to MY county.

  • Casey Klahn June 28, 2020, 6:41 PM

    I knew the guy was an anti-Trumpist when I recommended the video, and it’s why I qualified it as I did. Even an idiot can see the Kung Flu is a bust, and he gave it to them in numbers.

    I was talking to my doctor (PT) friend in Seattle on the phone today, and he was in an awareness black hole. I had news about Seattle he didn’t, but I wanted to know his overall take on Seattle and he said that if he were a corporation in Washington he’d get the hell out of the state ASAP. While we were talking I was asking how many deaths we’d had in WA so far, and I was guessing 1,000 or 1,200, in my argument to describe our state as virtually not in an epidemic any longer, if it ever was. I just checked the state stats and the number is 1,300. This is our epidemic. 1,300. FFS.

    He also said that the gun store shelves practically everywhere were empty. I was surmising that after every conservative had collected about 10 guns each, the demand was at saturation point, but then Covid hit, and democrats started buying guns at a hot rate. Gun control has essentially disappeared as a topic.

  • Nori June 29, 2020, 7:48 AM

    Regarding guns,it’s the same here in AZ,Casey. The big stores like Cabela’s had an hour long wait just to get in when Covid hit. The small shops where I prefer to go were absolutely wiped out,with spotty stock replenishment from their suppliers. It’s eased up somewhat,but ammo remains the Holy Grail. I talked with the owner at one shop,and he said the distributors blame the manufacturers for the delays. He confirmed first time buyers are buying in numbers he has never seen in 30+ years in business.
    He also said the FBI’s NICS system is delaying more people than he’s ever seen.

    Gun control has indeed disappeared from the conversation,for the moment. But I predict it will rear its ugly head at the most opportune time for the Democrat/Media complex. As soon as Pres Trump begins to regain more positive ground,for instance. With Covid fizzling out,and more people getting fed up with the ridiculous mask/lockdown BS,we’ll have yet another magically convenient mass shooting. The “suspect” will be white(racist,of course) young,male,with those batsh*t crazy eyes and be known to the authorities.
    The same authorities who have yet to figure out the “why?” of the Las Vegas massacre.

    To paraphrase a line from Apocalypse Now: “In America right now,the bullsh*t’s so deep you need wings to stay above it.”
    Stay frosty,we’re in the fight of our lives.

  • Casey Klahn June 29, 2020, 8:44 AM

    Agreed, Nori.

    I could hope that the issue of gun control will find fewer zombies to agree with it, since now the democrat base is gunned up much more than they were before. But I fear that dems will hold guns, and at the same time talk shit about guns for political points.

    Anyway, we make traction little by little. Maybe the Roof Koreans were the best spokesmen for our cause to date.

    Yes, this is like one of those dystopian Vietnam War movies, or perhaps a bit more like Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits put together.

    When the China Flu occurred, I took stock of my ammo collection and thought it fine, but now with the Left in full riot mode, I don’t know how much is enough. In the market for a SA M1-A. I don’t see myself on infantry patrols any longer, so a Scout model will do fine for my needs.

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