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Zookeepers Scramble To Vaccinate All Lizards After Hearing Pelosi Got COVID “Reptilian humanoids are ancient creatures from an unnamed space quadrant the government doesn’t want you to know about,” said George Noory, host of the radio program Coast to Coast AM. “COVID might turn out to be a great thing if it wipes them off the face of the flat earth and allows us to see beyond the veil to all the UFOs and ghosts the government is hiding.” According to sources, zookeepers are separating reptilian species from each other and applying tiny little masks to their faces until they can receive a second dose of the vaccine.
BLM Leaders Call For Renewed Protests This Summer After Finding A Fantastic Beach House For Sale On Zillow
Bidenflation: Energy Prices Soar 32% Overall in the Last 12 Months
DON’T LOOK! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, MONTRESSOR, DO NOT LOOK!!!
Climate Crusader Lizzo Poses While Boarding (Another) Private Jet
Meanwhile . . . in Pakistan:

David Mamet: Donald Trump Is the Left’s Real Leader Because Their Hatred ‘Unified Them’ “There’s only one way to achieve excellence in the mob, and that’s by being more outrageous than everybody around you. So that’s why the mob grows in fury — because they keep pushing each other in search of status and power. They keep pushing farther and farther to the left.”

Amazon.com: Tuscan Dairy Whole Vitamin D Milk, Gallon, 128 oz 
From the window came a stirring, then, with an incessant purring,
Inside stepped a kitten; mannerlessly did she me ignore.
Not the least obeisance made she; not a minute stopped or stayed she;
But, with mien of lord or lady, withdrew to my dining floor –
Pounced upon the pool of Tuscan spreading o’er my dining floor –
Licked, and lapped, and supped some more.

Then this tiny cat beguiling my sad fancy into smiling,
By the grand enthusiasm of the countenance she wore,
Toward the mess she showed no pity, ’til I said, ‘Well, hello, kitty!’
Sought she me with pretty eyes that seemed to open some rapport.
So I pleaded, ‘Tell me, tell me what it is that you implore!’
Quoth the kitten, ‘Get some more.’

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IF WE BELIEVED IN OMENS we’d not think this shooting was “random” the day after new gun regulations are put forward by the BidenBot . . .

Rare predatory fish washes up on Bay Area beach And there are more reasons this species is unusual: The fish are hermaphrodites and thus have both male and female reproductive organs. This fish’s scientific name is Alepisaurus, which means “scaleless lizard.” This fish has no scales and has skin covered in pores, NOAA said.
NYPD investigating Brooklyn subway shooting At least 13 people were injured, including five believed to have been shot, in a gruesome attack in a Brooklyn subway station during Tuesday morning rush hour, officials and NYPD sources told The Post.The bloody incident broke out around 8:30 a.m. at the 36th Street station in Sunset Park, where authorities discovered several undetonated devices, FDNY and police said. She said she saw the man –who was described as a 5-foot-5 black man, around 170 pounds wearing an orange vest and gas mask–” drop some kind of cylinder that sparked at the top.” I thought he was an MTA worker at first because I was like, I didn’t like pay too much attention. You know? You’ve got the orange on,” she said.
[NOTE: This was the train I had to take every day to get from my home in Brooklyn to my office in Manhattan. Good times.]



Ghost Guns: I 3D-Printed a Glock to See How Far Homemade Weapons Have Come I loaded a clip into the gun and racked the new slide, which smoothly locked into place. Taking aim at a target, I squeezed off a few rounds in a row. The spent shell casings popped out of the chamber and were instantly replaced by fresh bullets; my semi-automatic gun finally worked semi-automatically. To test what it could do, I unloaded the rest of the clip rapid-fire—boom-boom-boom-boom. There were no jams. It worked (almost) like a real Glock.

Similarly in the US, the idea that Trump voters and their resentments are nothing more than an expression of false consciousness is bonkers. The liberal institutional elites — including woke capitalists — are moralistically browbeating half the country into accepting a neoracist ideology that stands to dispossess whites of their history, status, and job prospects, solely on the basis of their skin color — and they can’t figure out why people would resent that?! Their agents are busy in schools and in the corporate and creative suites at Disney, figuring out how to queer children under the noses of parents, and these five Times writers cannot grasp why anybody would resent the hell out of that?!

NEVER FORGET! Morgan writes: I won’t forget the China Bioweapon, ever, in part because now we know China develops bioweapons. The question remains whether they release them on purpose or by accident, but it’s settled that they develop bioweapons and they lie about them.

Also, I’m not inclined to forget about the conflict I saw paraded in front of me for two solid years. We don’t all agree about how a government works or how it’s supposed to operate. I think we elect leaders who we count on to make good decisions, and when they don’t, they’re accountable for the results. I think they’re like captains obliged to go down with the ship. I think if there are bad consequences from wrong decisions, and these consequences loom larger for the governed than for those doing the governing, something is broken and it was already broken before the decisions turned out to be bad ones.

There is this other mindset, clung to by all sorts of people walking around and living their lives…I have no idea how they do, how they get dressed in the morning. They think the position of governing people is kind of like owner equity. If you’re a “leader” you “own” everything involved in your decisions. If you make a bad decision, it’s like a child breaking a toy he owns, it isn’t anybody else’s business. Momma go buy me a new one. According to this, leaders don’t really make “wrong” decisions because there’s no way for them to make mistakes. If they break something, it’s like a child breaking a toy. They get to do that. If they won an election or were appointed by someone who was, and the term isn’t up yet then it all belongs to them. Everything they do is their right.

It’s the difference between trustees laboring under the burden of making weighty decisions for others, who will hold them to account; versus, a farmer attending to a flock of dumb beasts. Disposable beasts. Not like cows that cost a certain number of dollars per head. More like fleas in a flea circus.
RTWT @ House of Eratosthenes


Transfallacies — Common Fallacies Used To Justify Transsexualism – William M. Briggs They’ll say, “Well, there were always a certain number of men who wore dresses throughout history. At rare times they were indulged in this, but usually, these behaviors were proscribed; only now, do we recognize that this behavior has always been with us, so we will celebrate the behavior, and take Pride in it.” This is the Always With Us Fallacy, easily seen to be one by a simple substitution.

There were always a certain number of men who murdered other men throughout history. At rare times they were indulged in this, but usually these behaviors were proscribed; only now, we recognize that this behavior has always been with us, so we will celebrate the behavior, and take Pride in it.

Indeed, there were always more murderers than men in dresses, so if we award morality by proportion, murder is even more moral than crossdressing.

The Always With Us Fallacy is powerful. It caused society to conclude that sodomy was a good, and therefore there should be toleration and Pride in open homosexuality. Now you have to worry about your kids watching a Disney movie.


Youth interrogates Mr. Potato Head

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  • ghostsniper April 11, 2022, 4:53 AM

    I’d like to watch that piece of animal shit get it’s ass slammed but good.
    Then strapped to the wheel for the rest of it’s life.
    Or dragged, burning.

    • GhostBuster April 11, 2022, 11:47 AM

      We’ll just assume you meant the CNN host and not the student- since you didn’t specify.
      And we’ll also assume that your hatred for Brian is for something other than his incessant lying- otherwise, it would be a habitual liar calling out another habitual liar, which would be entirely hypocritical, now wouldn’t it?

      As for your the comment “I’d like to watch that piece of animal s**t get it’s ass slammed but good,” maybe you should probably choose your words a bit more carefully- because it reads like a voyeuristic gay fantasy involving sodomy.

      • ghostsniper April 11, 2022, 12:03 PM

        Everyone was waiting for the pedo troll to ride up and start talking about it’s homosexual tendency’s again.

        Once again, I yank and the retarded pedo dances.

        Dance pedo, DANCE! laff laff laff

  • Tom Hyland April 11, 2022, 7:07 AM

    Stetler could only answer the question with an uncomfortable giggle. The only honorable gesture CNN can perform is to rescue one of their endangered employees? Such a waste of energy to even confront these lying weasels. Want to see a real journalist ask real questions? Mike Wallace in action… https://odysee.com/@JWild:6/good-morning-clown-world-48:a

    • Terry April 11, 2022, 9:23 AM

      Tom, thank you for that link. Best info I have read in quite a while.

      How stupid can people be to still be standing in line for a test injection ???

      • Tom Hyland April 11, 2022, 5:35 PM

        I enjoy watching the walk ‘n talk videos Canadian Jeff Berwick does w/ his chihuahua Lucy nearby. Jeff has been down in Mexico a dozen years or more. He’s told viewers several times now that his mom received the swine flu vaccine, voluntarily, was crippled the very next day, and never walked again. Fletcher below said the military vaccines have nothing to do with the civilian variety. I think nobody knows what’s in this latest stuff and they’ve been giving the same shots to soldiers as they give to little kids. Makes no difference how small or large you are. I watched a microscopic display of blood with tiny particles that lit up when the doctor turned on his cell phone. I am very relieved the draft ended about a month before my command appearance for my physical. Was vaxxed only very early in life with the Salk stuff and the small pox sugar cube. Thank you.

        I live in a neighborhood of 5 acre parcels about 10 miles from Santa Fe. I think every household, about 35 homes, got vaxxed. In November our HOA president said it’s time for the annual neighborhood meeting but nobody had offered their house yet for the gathering. So I volunteered. I said the meeting can happen at my house, everyone will be unmasked, and I want you all to celebrate your vaccinated freedoms. The blowback I received was hilarious. I was accused of being a holocaust denier, a racist, anti-science, a misogynist… just about everything except a pedophile. These accusations came from three women I’ve never met. I replied, “You folks love going to restaurants, you stand at the doorway with your masks on until you are seated, then the masks come off. So will the masks come off once everyone is seated?” Even more insults from the screaming Karens ensued. Then our neighborhood prez said, “Okay, it’s going to be a zoom call… no in-person gathering.” I’m eagerly awaiting the mortuary vans.

    • ghostsniper April 11, 2022, 12:28 PM

      In the fall of 1975 every soldier in my combat engineer battalion in Germany was injected with the swine flu and were not told that was what it was. Overseas soldiers are subjected to massive amounts of injections every few months as routine. Then a month later each of us had to donate whole blood which was used to create the swine flu vaccine in 1976. None of us knew until long after the fact.

      Further, notice the air-gun the guy in the vid was using to vaccinate the people. That was the usual way to inject the soldiers back then. I’ve received multiples of those shots in both arms at the same time and it was common for blood to be streaming down both arms. Notice if you will that after each shot there is no hygienic method employed before the gun is used on the next person.

      When a liquid material is injected deep into the muscles there is a certain amount of back pressure that occurs which drenches the tip of the gun. Then, that back pressure bodily fluid is injected into the next person in line and the next, etc. 40 years after the fact the VA determined that was how I, and thousands of other soldiers, were infected by Hepatitis C. A soldier in line with Hep C got a shot then his bodily fluids were injected into every other soldier after him. Twice in 3 years the US army infected me and thousands of other soldiers with life long deadly diseases, Swine Flu and Hep C. They did the same thing when my father was a soldier in the 1940’s and they do it today. Soldiers as Guinea pigs. We didn’t sign up for that.

      • Fletcher Christian April 11, 2022, 12:56 PM

        Which has nothing whatsoever to do with civilian vaccinations.

      • John Venlet April 11, 2022, 1:12 PM

        Ghostsniper, the majority of the shots I received in Navy boot in 1980 also were airgun injected. Assembly line style. Thankfully, I didn’t pick up what you seemed to from such a method.

      • BoGo Free April 11, 2022, 1:21 PM

        There were snipers in combat engineer battalions in 1975?

        • Anonymous April 12, 2022, 1:34 PM

          No. There were not.
          It’s simply a fantasy of a deranged individual who chooses to post under a fantasy moniker.

      • Mike Austin April 11, 2022, 2:13 PM

        I received just those same air-gun injections in basic training in the USAF. I was never told what they were for. Later on as an Air Force Medic I had to give those injections. I was told they were for “flu”.

      • Gordon Scott April 11, 2022, 3:53 PM

        I also received the air gun shots. I got one in, I think, second grade. That might have been a measles one.

        I got a whole bunch of stuff in Air Force Basic in 1980. I guess things were a bit more open. Leaving the medical facility we were handed a yellow multi-page shot record with the various components listed, with the date.

        Later injections came with a slip of paper we were told to carry with the shot record, identifying the date and type of vaccination. I still had that shot record as of a few years ago.

        None of us questioned the injections. We were too young to have been threatened by polio or TB, because everyone got the shot or the sugar cube. But we knew folks who had gotten it. Vaccinations were miracles that mothers thanked God and Salk et al for.

        • John Venlet April 11, 2022, 4:33 PM

          Gordon, I have my shot record, that multi-paged yellow one. I actually have the majority of my military records in paper format. Originals. One of the benefits, you could say, for being a personnelman/yeoman while in the sub service.

        • gwbnyc April 11, 2022, 5:05 PM

          1st polio injection at 4 with a needle 1957

          2nd booster, the same, at 5

          3rd at 7 airgunned

          4th at 9 on a sugar cube

      • GhostBuster April 11, 2022, 4:45 PM

        “Blood streaming down both arms.”

        That must have been when you insisted you recieve Purple Heart medals for “being wounded in combat by the enemy,” right?

        • Lance de Boyle April 11, 2022, 5:59 PM

          We were too poor to afford airguns or even syringes.
          They would lay a glass vial of vaccine on our shoulders and then pound it in with a mallet.
          Sure it hurt. But we liked it.
          We were tough.
          Not like today’s big babies. “Oy, a needle!”
          I blame it on Little Richard’s mustache.

          • Vanderleun April 11, 2022, 6:34 PM

            Luxury. Pure luxury. We were too poor to have a place to lie down on a glass vial. Instead we had to lie down in the patties of cows who had survived cow pox and polio. After that our entire 12 member family would have to recover inside one rusted out iron lung powered by a windmill that also pumped up water for the poxy cattle.

            I blame it on my uncle offering every female in five miles mustache rides for only twenty-five cents and two Wheaties boxtops.

            • Hyland April 11, 2022, 7:06 PM

              God bless this website.

            • KCK April 12, 2022, 4:35 AM

              And you try to tell the young people of today that, and they won’t believe you.

              • Lance de Boyle April 12, 2022, 8:43 AM

                Oi!
                WE were so poor that we couldn’t afford cow patties.
                We had to make them out of biscuits baked in vivo in Granny’s shorts.
                Iron lung? Upper class extravagance.
                We couldnt afford iron lungs.
                We were crammed into rusted out 50 gallon drums and kicked off a cliff.
                [Appaently I’ve lost the vaccination part. Well, no matter.]
                Sure it hurt.
                But we liked it.
                “Your back broken, Ned?”
                “Sure is, Mel, but, as foreshadowed, I like it.”
                Not like today’s pansies who don’t much like broke backs.
                I blame it on Betty Boop.

                • Vanderleun April 12, 2022, 9:12 AM

                  Oi, grow a pair and let them dangle from your chin DeBoyle. You know nothing of suffering and everything of tea-bagging.
                  We were poor and comfortable on our cow patties until our mother splilt our father’s head with an axe and then parted him out with a chain saw.

                  After that we were so poor we had to go to bed in an unwashed oil barrel which had previously been used for sulpheric acid and not rinsed out afterwards. And we didn’t make biscuits out of Granny’s shorts we baked them inside of Granny’s corpse for extra nutrition.

                  If we survived being nibbled to death by interuterine baby rats let out early to feast upon us we had to climb out of the barrel and go off to sniper school where we were used as targets and, if we survived, were paid in moist owl turds…. (and we were GLAD TO HAVE THEM! )

                  During the gastric spasms that followed our only entertainment was to have vomiting contests to see who could hurl the farthest. (Plus a subscription to Disney Plus!)

                • Lance de Boyle April 12, 2022, 12:04 PM

                  Double Oi and a side order of Hoy!
                  Our Ma couldn’t afford a chainsaw, so she ordering us to chew through Dad’s joints.
                  Sure it was hard work, but Dad seemed to enjoy it, even with a cloven head.
                  Little Ginny said, “Mighty fine ball and socket, Pop,” who replied, “My only regret is that I have only a few more, Darling.”
                  Okay, the wheezes about baking biscuits inside Granny’s corpse and being paid in moist owl turds…. (and we were GLAD TO HAVE THEM! ), is A1 material, and came close to eliciting the gag reflex, but…
                  WE were so poor that we went to school inside of corpses. We had to eat our way out for recess.
                  Sure it was close quarters, but we liked it close, didn’t we Ned?
                  “You bet.”
                  Not like today’s titty babies, right Ned?”
                  “You bet.”
                  Kinda repetitive, Ned.
                  “You bet.”
                  I blame it on Kukla, Fran, and Ollie.

                • Gordon Scott April 12, 2022, 2:17 PM

                  Sadness. Despair. I am younger than Gerard, and possibly Lance. Thus the luxury: In 1976 I organized a cow pattie throwing contest for a Bicentennial Celebration. First prize was three silver-ish dollars, second was two, and so on. I had to actually go out and harvest the patties, as I was the foolish teen and the adults on the committee were happy to hand me money and responsibility.

      • Tom Hyland April 14, 2022, 5:21 AM

        The vaxx is the gift that keeps giving. Recent discoveries show that Hep C, if dormant after treatment, is reactivating in those who were injected with the voodoo….
        https://twitter.com/P_McCulloughMD/status/1513893451972104209?s=20&t=GiM6Q00JguLp4GQqSUX76A

  • Dirk April 11, 2022, 8:38 AM

    Media and honorable have never met. I to thought highly of Wallace. He changed with media expectations . Even our CIA as far back as 81 confirmed medias huge contribution of Propaganda.

    Was a time the Big Three we’re all we knew.

  • KCK April 11, 2022, 10:56 AM

    Here are some media updates.

    I note how remarkably well “propaganda” has defeated the Russians in Ukraine to date. Shazaam. (sarc)

    On the health front: look at the legions of the unvaxxed, and realize that they’re not dying in droves. Scratches head…

    In actual Klahn news, I have 2 females in the local state university now. This quarter it has been announced that there are no restrictions on bathroom usage. Trannys, gays, men, women, cows, dogs, any can use any bathroom. Looking into Hero Chemical guns. Thinking of telling the gals to just kneecap any SOB that thinks his pee pee goes in their bathroom. Or, if things get too uncomfortable, I’m telling them to just piss in the janitor closet. FFS.

    I go to the store, now, and I see a very small minority wearing masks. I didn’t want to be judged when I was in the minority not wearing a mask during the last 3/4s of the COVIDZ lockdown. But, damn if they don’t make me think they’re highway men about to rob something. Mask up again? My ass.

    Also, yesterday at the Walmart, a Russian or Ukrainian speaking man, maybe late thirties or 40s, wearing a wool sweater and ethnic looking wool hat, was shopping, and on the phone speaking his gobldey-gook, and it was funny how his eyes were darting everywhere as if he was avoiding the NKVD or Stazi or some such. Russian deserter? War refugee? (but Ukes aren’t really supposed to be out and about and of military age.) Spokane is not exactly a hot bed of world activity, but there is an airport right there. I’d imagine the FBI keeps tabs on such critters, when they’re not exchanging crib notes with muzzy terrorists and BLM activists.

    God. Help. Us.

    • Vanderleun April 11, 2022, 11:25 AM

      “But, damn if they don’t make me think they’re highway men about to rob something. ”

      PSSSST… Hardcore Biden voters “We LOVE Nancy Pelosi” (pass it on to know the enemy among you)

  • John Venlet April 11, 2022, 12:08 PM

    re the non-binary t-shirt advertisement. Advertising must’ve forgot to run the ad copy through the Ministry of Truth.

  • gwbnyc April 11, 2022, 12:32 PM

    Perhaps I’m over-stepping my boundaries.

    The administration will impose strident restrictions on gun parts. The address below gives an explanation, and has an easy form with pre-written text to send your senators an email opposing this.

    https://www.gunowners.org/new-rule-to-expand-atf-gun-registry/

    • ghostsniper April 11, 2022, 2:20 PM

      I like those kind of over-steps, keep em coming.
      I signed on the dotted line.
      And I donated $100.
      Now I’m off to some parts sites to make some purchases.

      • gwbnyc April 11, 2022, 3:55 PM

        They’re effective and the form-with-pertinent text supplied makes it a less than a minute excercise- *click/done*.

        I’m an NRA Benefactor member, they don’t even get close to this. Swimming pools and yachts they got…

    • Terry April 11, 2022, 4:31 PM

      gwbnyc,

      Done. Thanks for the link. I had already sent a similar message through NAGR.

      • gwbnyc April 12, 2022, 5:15 PM

        Went to their site and saw nothing about it.

        ?

  • Fletcher Christian April 11, 2022, 12:54 PM

    Men in dresses? Sure. Anglican and Catholic clergy during services, for a start.

    • John Venlet April 11, 2022, 1:14 PM

      Though I’m neither Catholic or Anglican, Fletcher, at least I know that those guys are wearing the robes of their office. It’s pitiful that you cannot seem to grasp the difference.

      • Mike Austin April 11, 2022, 2:16 PM

        Oh, Fletcher knows the difference alright. He was simply being what he is.

        • John Venlet April 11, 2022, 4:34 PM

          I know, Mike, it’s still pitiful.

        • Fletcher Christian April 12, 2022, 3:57 AM

          Yup. Just pointing out a possible connection between the possibly ambiguous garments and the rampant paedophilia and homosexuality among those who are supposedly celibate, and the cover-up of same by their superiors.

          • Mike Austin April 12, 2022, 11:18 AM

            Perhaps being English you should be more concerned with the Muslim rape gangs operating out of Rotherham since 1he 1980s and protected by your own government. The rape victims number in the thousands and some were as young as 12.

  • Dirk April 11, 2022, 2:17 PM

    Ok, I’ll bite,,,, what is “ non binary”? I just asked my wife, said she to, didn’t have a clue.

    • ghostsniper April 11, 2022, 2:21 PM

      singular?
      (one normally functioning brain cell)

    • jwm April 11, 2022, 3:09 PM

      Well, Dirk, near as I can tell it works like this. “Binary” means two parts. Like, you know, it takes two to screw. Non-binary means one. The non-binaries are not getting screwed because nobody wants to screw them, so they have to screw themselves. They’re lonely, and mad about it.

      JWM

      • Dirk April 11, 2022, 4:44 PM

        OOOH, we had not a clue.

        Thank you, John. Always offering a positive helping hand. Your a dam good man.

        • Lance de Boyle April 11, 2022, 6:31 PM

          My wife—Lucretia de Sade de Boyle–announced that she’s nonbinary.
          “Hey, I’m nonbinary.”
          “And your point would be…..uhhh?”
          “Just wanted you to know. I can swing this way or, and follow me closely here, that way.”
          “I see. Well whyn’t you grab aholt o’ this rope and swing your ass out the door?”
          “Malt worm!” [Exit stage left.]
          I blame it on the Mickey Mouse Club.

          • Dirk April 12, 2022, 8:30 AM

            Dammit Lance, I spit my coffee up. Your killing me.

            • Lance de Boyle April 12, 2022, 8:48 AM

              Clears the sinuses.
              You’re lucky, Dirk.
              We were so poor that we couldn’t afford sinuses.

    • nunnya bidnez, jr April 11, 2022, 4:32 PM

      there’s 10 kinds of people in the world..
      people who understand binary, and those who don’t.

    • John A. Fleming April 11, 2022, 8:16 PM

      non-binary: any berth in any port will do, they’re not fussy.

      • Snakepit Kansas April 12, 2022, 3:18 AM

        Tuco, there are two kinds of people in this world. Those with guns, and those who dig. You dig.

        • ghostsniper April 12, 2022, 8:30 AM

          LOL, I wonder how many got that?

  • Gordon Scott April 11, 2022, 4:01 PM

    Ahh . . . non -binary means the person has disregarded the conventional one-man, one-woman sexual relationship. It covers a multitude of, well, sins.

    JFK was non-binary, as was Jackie (a very naughty girl), as is Hunter Biden, Bill Clinton, allegedly Hillary Clinton, Newt Gingrich, Rock Hudson, Wilt Chamberlain, Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Elton John, and, so it seems, every teacher under 30 these days . . . .

    • KCK April 12, 2022, 4:33 AM

      The whole British Empire? coughs.

  • Dirk April 11, 2022, 4:49 PM

    Thank you, in these parts shit like that’s simply not talked about. No one got time for the nonsense.

    I am now informed. Ill fill the lil woman in, after dinner. Im sure it’s eating her alive to discover the meaning.

    Dam Gordon, after rereading the above names I might could be in that crew of whores. I was in the Navy eight years.

    • Gordon Scott April 12, 2022, 2:21 PM

      Six in the Air Scouts, Dirk, but yeah.

  • Hyland April 11, 2022, 7:24 PM

    Five stellar-performance soldiers have made a video describing their imminent and forced discharge from the Marines for refusal to be vaxxed. Ya know this stuff is designed to kill everyone, right?
    https://tinyurl.com/488sfmek

  • Hyland April 11, 2022, 9:14 PM

    I just finished watching this almost hour long video. “Watch The Water” is Stew Peters interviewing Dr. Bryan Ardis. Stew provides a lengthy introduction and the actual documentary starts about 6 1/2 minutes in. Ardis further underlines the intentional killer motif of the planedemic and that the vaccines are actual designed snake venom. There’s a Christian undertone of good vs. evil throughout which makes, perhaps, a describable summation of what these evil control freaks are pursuing.
    https://www.redvoicemedia.com/2022/04/world-premiere-watch-the-water/

  • Fletcher Christian April 12, 2022, 3:54 AM

    I certainly do. It seems to me, however, that the somewhat ambiguous garments go with the rampant paedophilia and homosexuality among people who are supposedly celibate, and the cover-up about same.

    • Mike Austin April 12, 2022, 1:29 PM

      Wow. An Englishman comments on “rampant paedophilia and homosexuality” without mentioning his famous countryman Jimmy Savile. Savile raped and sodomized his way across Britain for almost 50 years, being protected by the British ruling elites all that time. They praised him “for his personal qualities and as a fund-raiser.”

      His personal qualities?

    • Mike Austin April 12, 2022, 1:35 PM

      Wow. An Englishman comments on “rampant paedophilia and homosexuality” without mentioning his famous countryman Jimmy Savile. Savile raped and sodomized his way across Britain for almost 50 years, being protected by the British ruling elites all that time. They praised him “for his personal qualities and as a fund-raiser.”

      His personal qualities?

  • ghostsniper April 12, 2022, 8:37 AM

    From the ghost guns link:
    “…can burn through a 30-round clip of 9mm ammo in a matter of seconds with one steady pull of the trigger…”
    =========
    That’s as far as I needed to go.
    Let me count the ways.
    No, let’s not, it’s too tiring.
    Fortunately the retard writer was retarded enough to erect his stop sign so close to the front, so that thinking people won’t waste their time.

    FWIW, serial numbers are almost worthless for investigating crimes. Serial numbers simply show who the gun was originally sold to. Serial numbers do not prove who committed the crime. The level of lying and ignorance in this country is breathtaking. Bring on the troll.

  • Dirk April 12, 2022, 9:02 AM

    Ghost, I disagree,,,, it’s a clue in the committed crime, solve enough clues, you got the right guy. Close the loop!

    I do understand your position. From a logical position it’s a simple number on a gun.

    Ghost, those of you whom are considering 80% lowers pistol, and uppers. Once Biden signs his EO, you have 120? Days to purchase. 80% ers.

    Personally I think the Delaware douche has once again overstepped his authority. He doesn’t get to, write new laws, that’s reserved for the other branch. I think a court battle will be filed, and The Delaware Douche will be be found to have “ Zero” Standing.

    • ghostsniper April 12, 2022, 11:15 AM

      I’d like to know how, knowing the serial number, has solved any crime?

      • Ben April 12, 2022, 11:40 AM

        Having a serial number is a very successful tool in identifying stolen guns.
        Over the last few decades the FBI and other L.E. have determined that around 80 to 90% of guns used in street crimes were stolen, mostly from burglaries.
        https://patriotpost.us/articles/60599-90-percent-of-guns-used-in-crime-obtained-illegally-2019-01-17
        To answer your question, yes it has solved hundreds of thousands of crimes.

        As everyone knows, ballistics are key in solving a very large number of gun-related crimes, and will match a weapon to the bullet fired from it. When ballistics are linked to a serial number on a gun, it becomes irrefutable scientific evidence in a case.

  • Snakepit Kansas April 12, 2022, 10:56 AM

    Dirk,
    The criminal rarely legally bought the gun used in the crime. It was likely stolen or a straw purchase. The SN does not lead back to the bad guy unless he still has the gun in possession, and in that case the SN is irrelevant. In KS, OK and many other states there is no gun registration. I have more than a couple guns. Most were acquired through legal private sale. All zero of them are registered.

    • Dirk April 12, 2022, 1:58 PM

      Ghost, snake, a crime investigation is as simple as following the evidence. You would be surprised what evidence is found of weapons used at crime scenes. Prints, I’ve had a couple from. DNA from pelvic hair, Use to be only bad guys carried their guns in the “ Dick” position, rarely used holsters.

      Regarding stolen guns. Police talk to the vic who had the gun stolen, pull any all police reports or incident reports, contact cards. Specifically any and all crimes in a five block area.

      I CANT say THIS loud enough. EVERYBODY Talks! Everybody. Requires finding what’s most important to them. It’s a shit game, but Justice MUST be protect at almost any cost. Feeding bad guys to bad guys, I’ve never lost any sleep over it.

      Being a policeeeeee mannnnnn isn’t for everybody. Being an effective policeeeeee man’s a rare gem.

      Six questions are asked in a LEO career,,,,,,, Who, What, Where, When, Why, How. Once any investigator knows the answers to these six question, he has his man, or woman.

      Guys these are criminals, don’t make it tougher then it is.

  • Mike Austin April 12, 2022, 11:51 AM

    Well well well. About that Brooklyn subway shooting: I cannot be the only one who sees the holes in that “reporting”.

    • nunnya bidnez, jr April 12, 2022, 12:50 PM

      my stepson was on that train line, probably on the train behind. He had to get out and take a taxi.
      I’ll try to post a full report later.

      • gwbnyc April 12, 2022, 5:22 PM

        please do.

        • nunnya bidnez, jr April 12, 2022, 6:55 PM

          The “R” train starts in Bay Ridge;
          the stops are (south to north):
          95th Street (first stop) (local stop .. R trains only)
          86th St (local stop .. R trains only)
          77th St (local stop .. R trains only)
          Bay Ridge Ave (local stop .. R trains only)
          59th St (at this point the “N” train joins the line)
          53rd St (local stop .. R trains only)
          45th St (local stop .. R trains only)
          36th St .. Express & local trains <<<videos are from this station
          25th St (local stop .. R trains only)
          etc.

          Stepson was running a little late, so missed the R train that you see in the video (the one with the blue seats). He was on the next R behind, which was held up at 59th for several minutes, the announcements were "due to a smoke condition we are being held here". Eventually the train moved up to the next station, 53rd St, where it stopped; after several minutes (it was now about twenty minutes after the incident, ~8:45) the passengers were told to leave the station and take shuttle buses. Of course there were no shuttle buses, and wouldn't be any for a long time.
          By this time the area was flooded w/ cops & Fire & ambulances. He took an Uber.

          The 36th street station exit happens to be near the entrance to Greenwood Cemetary, you can see part of it w/ wrought iron fencing in some of the street scenes. Greenwood Cemetary was the site of one of the first skirmishes in the US Revolution (although it wasn't a cemetary back then)…
          "The Battle of Brooklyn — sometimes referred to as the Battle of Long Island — was fought on Aug. 27, 1776, and is considered one of the biggest events of the Revolutionary War. "
          https://thetablet.org/battle-of-brooklyn-remembered-at-green-wood-cemetery/

          • gwbnyc April 12, 2022, 8:32 PM

            appreciated, thanks.

  • OneGuy April 12, 2022, 11:51 AM

    Any honest interpretation of the constitution would result in the conclusion that we do indeed have the right to make a gun ourselves and not tell anyone or register it or stamp numbers on it. I suppose in a few cases that might make it more difficult for law enforcement to solve a crime but so does the 5th amendment. Just think how many crimes law enforcement could solve if they could make everyone they arrested talk. But wishful thinking aside the 2nd and 5th amendments are clear and if that means law enforcement folks have to work a little harder than so be it.

    • Mike Austin April 12, 2022, 12:51 PM

      Who in the government pays the slightest attention to the Constitution? Law, once based upon that hoary document, now is based solely upon whim and fancy. The law is whatever those in power say it is. The elites call this “democracy”. A normal person calls this “the Law of the Jungle”. This always deteriorates into “bellum omnium contra omnes”.

      This also puts into perspective what “law enforcement” actually means: The agents of the law work only for the ruling elites who, after all, pay them and grant them pensions. They will do as they are told.

  • Snakepit Kansas April 12, 2022, 5:26 PM

    If anyone is still reading…the white portion of the pistol was made by the 3D printer. The slide & barrel assembly on top, is all steel. Even on any genuine factory Glock, the guts of the receiver (white portion of the picture) is mostly steel parts, including steel inserts to give stability and metal rails for the the slide & barrel operate on. If that white piece does not have such support, you might wake up with the slide and barrel assembly stuck in your jaw.

    Even more boring information is that the white portion is what is considered the “gun” by the ATF, Gubmint, etc. On a gun manufactured by Colt, Glock, Remington, etc. this portion would have the serial number engraved. The slide and barrel is not required to have a serial number, but often do. Joe Blow can buy barrels and upper receivers on the internet and have it delivered legally to his door step. At least in KS, OK and many other states. The lower receiver would have to be transferred via mail, FEDX, UPS, etc. from one FFL holder (Federal Firearm License) to another FFL holder prior to the new owner picking it up. Also an instant background check would also be required prior to the receiving FFL giving the gun to the new owner. The FBI currently has an on-line instant background check, but I still call them on the phone when performing such background check at the gun range I work at. Most of the folks answering the phone to do the background check are very professional. Knowing the phonetic alphabet is very helpful when on the horn with these folks.
    I shut up now.

  • Hyland April 13, 2022, 6:49 AM

    The subway incident is a hoax.
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/kfZ2wPNr4iKV/

    • Mike Austin April 13, 2022, 7:45 AM

      Yep. Lies all around. More here (April 13):

      http://www.anonymousconservative.com/blog/

      • Hyland April 13, 2022, 8:08 AM

        Excellent coverage at anonymousconservative. I recommend everyone give it attention. From the article… “The funny thing is last night I was reading Q’s board, and one of the anons noted that at his ghost gun press briefing, Biden railed about assault rifles and hi-cap mags, and the need to ban them. The anon noted, that type of comment always preceded a false flag, and there would probably be a mass shooting in the next two days. And the next day, (just as Biden was being hit over inflation numbers) there it was. It is crazy how far we have come, to now see something like this, and know the chances it was legitimately just a guy who honestly snapped and began shooting is about zero. And the overwhelming likelihood is there was some unimaginable conspiracy behind this, which used technology, psychological programming, and surveillance capabilities nobody would believe, to support the operation.”

  • Denny April 13, 2022, 8:58 AM

    It’s going to take one hell of a tailwind to get Ms Lizzo’s airplane off the runway.

    • Vanderleun April 13, 2022, 9:32 AM

      She’s got plenty of tailwind should she choose to use it. Would cause flocks of passenger pigeons to fall from the sky.

      • Mike Austin April 13, 2022, 1:54 PM

        Drop Lizzo in Eritrea and the locals would pick her clean in a few minutes.