Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Monday, June 14, 2021

A: Because he is a Democrat.

Gianno Caldwell asks a sensible question. "Why isn’t Hunter Biden being condemned for unacceptable use of the N-word?" Well, I condemn him, and you condemn him, and Caldwell obviously condemns him, and many others doubtlessly do. What he means is why is he not being vociferously condemned by the entire mainstream media establishment with the accompanying outrage that, you know, never seems feigned at all when they do it to Republicans?

As an African American, I don’t just take issue with this; I am repulsed by it. Why? Racism knows no party. Indeed, both parties are guilty of racism. But I must admit, when Republicans encounter someone who has said or done something racist, that person is usually punished and often expelled from the party — or, at the very least, there’s an attempt to strip them of power.

This has happened many times. Former Rep. Steve King, for example, was stripped of his committee assignments by House Republican leadership in Congress after it was reported that King said in an interview, “White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?”

I am glad that many people like Caldwell who are graced with common sense are also graced with fortitude. Because otherwise people calling out hypocrisy would have given up pointing out this double standard long ago, faster than you can say "Corp Pop was a bad dude."


Hunter Biden can use the N-word all he wants and never have to pay for it, whereas someone like Donald Trump who, according to the many who hate him, probably kicks puppies and probably drinks human blood, only has to probably have said it to be condemned for it without any evidence.

During his presidency, the media endlessly reported rumors that Donald Trump used the N-word while filming his hit TV show “The Apprentice” even though no proof of these comments existed. Meanwhile, the text messages from Hunter Biden are clear as day and have received little to no press coverage — media malpractice at its height.

Yes, it is malpractice, Mr. Caldwell, but it is also standard practice with the media. They are not interested in accuracy in reporting. They switch from outrage and histrionic demands for apologies to "see no evil, hear no evil" depending on which will further their agenda. Right now Hunter Biden is a sacred cow who could probably survive anything short of a child snuff flick surfacing involving him. The guy may as well have a "Blackmail me" sign taped to his back.

Monday, May 24, 2021

Dan Bongino: An Absolute Winner

I am elated to be listening to the entire inaugural episode of the Dan Bongino show. If you don't know how to get it, you can check it out here:

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I have been listening to Dan Bongino's Podcast for over six months. I can honestly say that it kept me sane in the aftermath of the disasterous events of 2020. I am mainly referring to the Chinese virus, the overreaction in the form of state lockdowns and the questionable Presidential Election result.

When I found out he was getting the Rush Limbaugh spot on Westwood One, I was elated. There is probably very little daylight between Bongino's and Limbaugh's politics. But Bongino is a serious Catholic, a former Secret Service agent and a family man with kids. So the people like me can both respect him and relate to him in a way we couldn't with Rush, as much as we loved the guy. He also looks and sounds like he could kill people with his bare hands, which appeals to Huns like me.


Bongino has been very humble about this, so let me say that he won this spot. He won it hands down, he won it easily, in my book, and he won it like a winner who could win anything because of how hard he works. He won it by calling a spade a spade; i.e., calling media liberals stupid, liars and insane people. Because those are words which describe what they have become in recent times. Bongino is a winner because he never lets up until he wins.

And that is one of the reasons why I restarted this blog, despite the fact that a lot of people have likely forgotten who I am. If they ever knew in the first place. Dan Bongino has inspired me to not give up. And as if he were personally attempting to ingratiate himself with me, he began and ended his first show by using the Fable of The Emporer's New Clothes as an illustation of media malfeasance. Anyone who has read this blog in the past knows that this is one of our favorite illustrations ever, and its applicability is only amplified in a world where media elites are desperately attempting to cling to some semblance of credibility amid countless alternative news sources.

Bongino does not pull any punches at all, when he is punching. But of course if he was punching all the time then his show would be about as listenable to people like me as the Michael Savage show. But most of the time he is doing what Limbaugh, Levin and Hannity did and do on their shows, which is to inform and enlighten his audience in an entertaining manner. That is what I used to do, and when I quit years ago, it was like giving up without even realizing it.

You may have noticed that, of late, I am trying to rev up this old blog. Definitely people like Bongino have been my inspiration for this, and another factor has been my massive retreat from Social Media to which I blame a lot of problems in my life. They were small and mid-size problems, not big ones like job loss or divorce, but they were many and ended up wasting my time and energy.

I am contemplating a podcast, but I am taking things a step at a time. Please feel free to give me unsolicited advice on this.

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

This happened

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Why are Bill and Melinda Gates getting divorced?

Some people think that the close quarters caused by the COVID lockdowns are responsible for the demise of Bill and Melinda Gates's marriage. Others point out that if you spell divorce backwards, you can see the letters COVID pretty clearly. And Bill Gates has defintely had an unhealthy obsession with COVID, and no, this is not only a rightwing conspiracy.

But I believe that it is a different obsession which caused his wife to leave him. It is his obsession with human feces. Everywhere Gates goes he carries a jar of poop with him. And in November of 2018, he gave a well publicized talk with his pet poop right there next to him in a glass jar, speculating about what sort of diseases might be residing within the mineral-rich substance.

"This small amount of feces," Gates said, brandishing the jar of excrement, "could contain as many as 200 trillion rotavirus cells, 20 billion shigella bacteria and 100,000 parasitic worm eggs."

The audience had to appreciate that vivid description. And they were so grateful to be able to view Bill's actual stool sample. Visualizing human dung, as if it were something a person saw every day or two, can be a challenge. Good thing he was "brandishing" it, as NPR noted.

A prized sample from the Gates Foundation's ever-growing collection of human excrement.

People, this is not a molded foam poop emoji that someone like me might or might not have in their top desk drawer to relieve stress by squeezing. This is not even a picture of "Poop from Heaven" which one of my kids might or might not have drawn when he was six-and-a-half.



This is actual poop and it is inside a jar and you can see it. Not like the shoebox which I had in the garage because I was too lazy to come in the house and that my wife found later and didn't want to talk to me for a few days afterward.

By the way, speaking of wives in general. Women do not understand men's obsession with human dung and the production thereof. That is why I have to figure that Melinda finally cracked. Allegedly, she is some type of Catholic, and so when Pope Francis used the word coprophilia it must have struck home.

This theory could all be wrong. It might be that Melinda could no longer hide the fact that she prefers iPhones to the Microsoft POS phone that Bill got for her last Christmas, and this is a huge problem for him. But I still think it is more likely that Bill's obsession with literal Pieces Of Sh*t is a bigger problem for her. However maybe the two go together; this is the guy who got rich selling this stuff.

Monday, May 3, 2021

There is a war on Black America

There is a war going on against blacks in America. And it is almost entirely being waged by Democrats. Excerpt:

While Democrats try to cover their racist past, including that of their poster boy Joe Biden, Democrats this week were more exposed than Bill Clinton in the Oval Office.

Sen. Tim Scott, an astute black United States Senator from the former slave state of South Carolina was elected to the United States Senate in 2016, garnering 61 percent of the vote.

In fact, according to Breitbart Scott “earned more raw votes and won by a wider margin than Donald Trump.” In other words, Scott is extremely popular in his state. He is also considered by some to be a rising star in the Republican Party.

And for that, Scott is a scourge to Democrats, who expect all minorities—primarily blacks and Hispanics—to support and identify as Democrats.

This past Wednesday, Scott was tapped by the GOP to give the response to Biden’s Congressional (don’t call it a State of the Union) address. Now one might say that Scott was chosen specifically due to his race, which is exactly the trap Democrats fell into.

Never mind the fact that Scott is a bright, articulate voice of conservative ideals. Democrats did exactly what they accuse Republicans of doing…played the race card.

Read the whole thing. John Nolte is right when he pointed out that Senotor Scott "smoked out" the racists in the Democrat Party and elsewhere. By elsewhere, I am particularly thinking of Fred Wellman of the pedophile-infested Lincoln Project, the newest refuge of Republican wokeism, who merely engaged in the standard imperious assertions, proclaiming the speech utter bulls--- and a pathetic joke. Meaning they have no argument.

In my opinion, the Stupidity Award goes to David Leavitt who parrots the line about George Floyd being killed because of racism, a claim that Minnesota AG Keith Ellison recently debunked.

Here's to the courage and bravery of people like Senator Tim Scott to speak truth to power.