Peace is their profession.


Bullet Points:

* Life for political prisoners in America is hard. If it wasn’t for the Second Amendment, there would be a lot more of us there, rotting.

“I feel gross, depressed, and angry about how I’ve been treated. And that’s not even mentioning the violent abuse we J6ers suffer at the hands of racist and hateful corrections officers,” Chrestman wrote. “We get maced for no reason, beaten for singing the National Anthem.”

* Tweets and reconciliation with history.  Imagine how things would be with an honest media. Yeah, I know, dream on LL.

* In Arizona: “However, many ballots could not be tabulated by the tabulators at all, no matter how many times the voter inserted the ballot. The percentage of ballots that were not able to be read by the tabulators ranged from 5% to 85% at any given time on election day, with the average being somewhere between 25 percent and 40 percent failure rates,” he wrote. It makes sense. Katie Hobbs was running her own election.

* Tick-Tock -Democrat Sen. Mark Warner has admitted that former President Donald Trump was right about TikTok being an “enormous threat.”  Sen. Warner, who chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, made the remarks during an interview with Shannon Bream on Fox News Sunday. The senator told Bream, “as painful as it is for me to say, if Donald Trump was right and we could’ve taken action then, that’d have been a heckuva lot easier than trying to take action in November of 2022.” President Trump had considered banning the app during his presidency but was subjected to significant pushback from the left.

* Do you want a clean blood transfusion? Since the general blood supply is now tainted with “fully vaccinated,” spike protein-laden chemical blood, demand for pure blood is soaring. Pietra apparently saw this as a great opportunity to provide clean blood, which is now more in demand than ever.


More Crypto Laundering?

Oh, say it isn’t so. Did the Big Guy get 10%? The FTX scandal is only getting started.  Another cryptocurrency by the name of Tether is also on the brink of failing and both FTX and Tether appear to have been tools of the Administrative State (the Swamp). A week ago TGP reported that FTX was used as a money laundering scheme in Ukraine where money sent there was sent back to US politicians.

Revolver added more to this story overnight.  In a lengthy article, Revolver notes first that FTX may not be the largest cryptocurrency-related entity to collapse in the coming months.  Another crypto by the name of  “Tether” or USDT is also in big trouble.

USDT, or Tether, is what is known as a “stablecoin.” A stablecoin is a cryptocurrency that, instead of fluctuating in value, is intended to hold to a consistent price. Tether is a USD stablecoin — each Tether is supposed to be equal in value to one U.S. dollar. While most cryptocurrencies are wildly speculative and backed by essentially nothing, each Tether is supposed to be backed directly by a U.S. dollar, or an extremely liquid, reliable investment like a U.S. treasury bond….

…Tether has the third highest market cap of any cryptocurrency at $66 billion, trailing only Bitcoin and Ethereum. Today, fully half of all bitcoin trades globally are executed using Tether.

If Tether is not actually backed by the dollars that it claims. If Tether Limited is pumping out new Tethers without actually taking in an equal amount of USD, then it is essentially a privately-run money printer. And how much of that privately printed money makes its way to the coffers of democrat candidates?

US government-backed rebels in Myanmar are using Tether as their currency of choice.  It also happens that al-Qaeda-affiliated Sunni rebel groups of Syria also just so happen to love Tether.

I’m sure that it’s just another coincidence. Far be it from me to point fingers…ok, I’m pointing. fingers.


Voting Machines


  1. On a blood money note the local blood bank, a ‘non-profit’, pays the CEO $236,000 plus benfits. I know Sarasota is an expensive town, but really, a quarter million? Of course when I was in grad school in the ’90s I learned that the blood bank in Alachua County paid their CEO $150,000 plus benfits. Nice ‘non profit’ business model to be a pillar of the community and still rake in the dough.

  2. Yep, the Maricopa scandal is only growing… If you attempted to scan your vote in a polling place, you were ‘counted’ as voting, even if it didn’t scan. If you went elsewhere (as directed), you could only vote a provisional ballot, which was immediately sequestered (and no idea whether or not those were ever counted/verified)… Re crypto, It’s pretty much ALL a scam/Ponzi scheme as far as I can tell.

  3. Paper voting after showing a valid ID is slower, more cumbersome, and infinitely less susceptible to fraud. Going back to paper, in person, voting unless there are extreme circumstances should be on every Republican legislatures’ ticket or they are not paying attention.

    I read that Arizona has not certified its recent election, any truth to that?

    Aircraft at Shady J (Seymour Johnson). Good line up of some great aircraft. There is a whole lot of firepower between the B52s and F15Es. Somewhere around here I have a patch that reads Peace is Our Profession; War is Our Hobby.

    Crypto. Years ago my son made some money “mining” Bitcoin he got out when the Chinese started using server farms to do the mining. Agree with Old NFO that it is pretty much a money laundering Ponzi scheme.

  4. interesting aircraft activity today over western va/east tennessee too. beechcraft super king air 350’s with no flight info running tight north/south patterns over blacksburg, another over east tenn. another weird one, a duo of craft left blountville, tenn and made several low circles but they were showing no details and had a “shadow” designated edw2 and edw3. one had a call sign that came up as a sacramento pd helicopter. oh, and two beech 350’s running the same call sign. thought that was impossible? crap ton of mil flights including somebody, a c-130j, out of andrews on a sightseeing run, circled over the homestead resort then went down to asheville for a circle or two then over to va beach. been seeing puff the magic dragon making circles over populated areas alot too, like birmingham, atlanta. and i only watched the sky about an hour at most. maybe tptb are getting ready to make a move, one that might push us over the edge. or maybe try n round us up?

    • These are deployment trainings. 4 c-130’s touch and go at our local civilian strip. Domestic “enemies”. Not CCP stations. ATF displays will follow and IRS will find some t’s not crossed. Over riding local sheriff’s like the ones speaking out in OR. Thanks for sharing R.R.

  5. J6 Political Prisoners- Heads should roll for this reprehensible crap, yet it continues unabated and largely ignored, like it’s not happening. Heads…

    There is only one reason for complicated drawn out election week(s); Thievery. Easily fixed, but that’ll never happen unless enough people demand it.

    Pure bloods in this household, and unafraid in saying so to others (not that it’s any of their business, people have gotten nosy and rude.)

  6. Regarding the blood supply, it’s never been clean since AIDS came to town, so to speak. About 10 years ago my wife was very ill and in the hospital with falling blood protein levels and her doc gave her two choices, blood transfusion or go home and gut it out (where I could take care of her and feed her real food.) She asked her doc how safe was the blood supply (10 years ago) and he said, “Well, I guess you’re checking out today.”

    Yeah, no. Between all the super-venereal diseases running around, no blood is safe.

  7. I’m so old, I remember when the US didn’t have political prisoners disappeared into gulags w/o charges.

    They don’t need to fix the elections LL, the fix is already in.



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