Mondays are like that

 

Life Must be Tough, if you’re dumber than a pigeon.

 

This is what happens

When you take your Ruger PC and add a PPSh stock.

Ruger .22LR

 

Do you continue to believe that we have a representative government of the people, by the people, and for the people or do you believe in a fiction, an illusion? It’s worth thinking on.

Our government has been incrementally supplanted by progressive dissidents to form a cadre of arrogant, autocratic, ruling class elitists who are propped up by a smug, sly, calloused, lying media. Many brazenly govern against the will of the people.

Their stock in trade is “stuffing ballot boxes” and thinly disguised propaganda to remain in power.

Think in terms of incest:

California Governor Gavin Newsom is Nancy Pelosi’s nephew

Adam Schiff’s sister is married to George Soros’ son

Hillary Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea is married to George Soros’ nephew

ABC News executive producer, Ian Cameron is married to Obama’s former National Security Advisor, Susan Rice

CBS President David Rhodes is the brother of Ben Rhodes, Obama’s Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communications.

ABC News correspondent Claire Shipman is married to former Obama White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.

ABC News and Univision reporter Matthew Jaffe is married to Katie Hogan, Obama’s former Deputy Press Secretary

ABC President Ben Sherwood is the brother of Obama’s former Special Adviser Elizabeth Sherwood.

CNN President Virginia Mosley is married to former Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Secretary Tom Nides.

And the list goes on. And on.

 

Empty during the Pandemic

 

13 COMMENTS

  1. “And the list goes on. And on.” And the other list of offspring working in the Ukraine. It’s hard to hold “Swamp” accountable when half the country doesn’t know about it … and that’s because of their own laziness.

    • The offspring of great men (and women) working in Ukraine – people like Hunter Biden – people beyond reproach, are all earning their money the way their parents did. How else do you become fabulously wealthy while in political office?

  2. That first one was when racing was a real thing.

    Considering that I’m currently living under undeclared Martial Law and suspension of the US Constitution, with the Governor illegally issuing law by fiat… all in response to a truly feeble plague-let…

    Yeah, no. I don’t believe any longer that I live in a nation governed by rule of law, with a representative government under the People.

    Polls suggest that over 4 in 5 of the locals approve of the Governor-cum-Empress’ handling of the “crisis”. I mean, sure, the polls are lies/ I bet it’s an easy 60% though. I’d be happy enough to go get killed fighting tyranny (badly), but it seems like everybody wants the tyranny? Doesn’t feel like it’s worth it if I have to be the bad guy.

    I guess it’s time to start telling the local kids to teach theirs Mandarin.
    -Kle.

    • I guess it’s time to start telling the local kids to teach theirs Mandarin.

      That was the black humor going around the company I worked for when we opened a large software division in Shanghai, in addition to a manufacturing division. Everyone could see that we were going to have a lot of quality issues, and that with the technology transfer and everything else, we’d be training our own competitors. All so that we could compete in the huge Chinese market. Except the sales never actually happened. Cut-rate versions of our own stuff won contracts. It was all very predictable, and I’m still not entirely sure that upper management didn’t realize it at the time. Perhaps they were simply greedy and were blinded by dollar signs, but maybe they knew and simply didn’t care because they’d have banked their raises and bonuses, and when the time came to pay the piper, they had their golden parachutes. I tend to think the latter. Like the perfumed princes in military, there are a LOT of sociopaths that will do anything to get ahead. I wish I had an answer for that beyond Madame Guillotine because that’s a road I really don’t want to travel.

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