Thursday, April 22, 2021

I guess this is our "WHIT PRIVILEGE" working for us whities

Washington state is now allowing providers to refuse vaccinations to white people  Joel Abbott Apr 22nd, 2021 

We will be told this isn't racism because "equity":

EXCLUSIVE: The WA State Dept. of Health lets providers deny vaccines to whites. One provider denying white people vaccines thinks it's equitable:

"Is that what you're thinking? That it has to just be totally a free for all and whoever comes in comes in?"

"If you're a person of color, you can move forward and schedule a vaccine appointment if there is an opening. But if you're white, you are automatically placed on a standby list. This bars you from continuing the process."


So... If we're good little "sheeple" Biden MIGHT let us celebrate 4th of July

Biden suggests Fourth of July celebrations might be canceled if people don't get the COVID-19  by Emma Colton, Social Media Manager  April 22, 2021

President Joe Biden suggested “small” outdoor gatherings on the Fourth of July might have to be canceled if people don’t continue getting the vaccine.

“To celebrate our independence from this virus on July 4 with family and friends in small groups, we still have more to do in the months of May and June. We all need to mask up until the number of cases goes down, until everyone has a chance to get their shot,” he said Wednesday.

Back on March 11, I outlined a vision of what America could look like by the Fourth of July — an America that was much closer to normal life that we left behind more than a year ago,” he added.

However, Biden’s March statements on Fourth of July parties were slammed by Republicans, who argued that the transmission rate of the virus when outdoors is low.

“It was advice for an alternate universe. The president and his advisers may need to get out more,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said. “Americans are already getting together in small groups outdoors in blue states and red states, in small towns and big cities. The country is not locked down waiting for July 4.”

"If every willing person in America is vaccinated for #COVID19 by May, as POTUS has said, why put our lives on hold till July the 4th?" Sen. John Cornyn tweeted at the time.

Satire site the Babylon Bee also lampooned the statement, running the headline, Biden Says If Everyone Is On Their Best Behavior He Might Allow Some Limited Freedoms On July 4.

While former assistant secretary of health, retired Adm. Brett Giroir, said that “by July, we should be almost back to normal with herd immunity, with everybody getting vaccines.”

“I don’t know what reality he’s talking about,” Giroir said. “It seemed very disconnected from the reality and where we are and what the science says. Science says small gatherings outdoors is fine.”

Sen. Rand Paul also sparred with Dr. Anthony Fauci last month over people still wearing face masks even if they are vaccinated.

"If we're not spreading the infection, isn't it just theater?” the Kentucky Republican asked Fauci during a Senate hearing. “If you've had the vaccine and you're wearing two masks, isn't that theater?"

"No, it's not — here we go again with the theater,” Fauci responded.

"Let me just state for the record that masks are not theater. Masks are protective," he added.



What to do with this unwanted portrait of BIDEN...??

 EXPOSED: Project Veritas Caught CNN Admitting to Being “Propaganda” (

Rumble  Project Veritas strikes another damaging blow to the corrupt activist media in this newly released footage of CNN Technical Director admitting the network engaged in ‘propaganda’ to remove Trump from the presidency.

A flint[ock or a AR-15, it makes no difference because it's NOT about the gun....READ BELOW



Some blacks and demoRats in general think they can say or do whatever they want...and get away with it.....especially if they're "politicians"

Some Democrats ‘So Angry’ At Maxine Waters That They Will Back Censure Resulting In Her Losing Chair  By Ryan Saavedra•  Apr 20, 2021•

Some Democrat lawmakers are reportedly “so angry” with remarks Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) made over the weekend about the Chauvin trial that they are willing to back her GOP-led censure, which would strip her of her position as chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee.

Waters said at a protest in Minnesota over the weekend that “protesters” were “looking for a guilty verdict,” and if they don’t get what they want, then “we cannot go away.” Regarding what “protesters” should do if they do not get the verdict that they want, Waters responded that activists have “got to stay on the street,” “get more active,” and “get more confrontational.”

Fox News reporter Chad Pergram reported that the anger among some Democrats “metastasized” after Judge Peter Cahill, who is presiding over the case involving the death of George Floyd, slammed Waters on live television during closing arguments on Monday.

“Some Democrats conceded privately they are not pleased with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) saying that Waters shouldn’t apologize,” Pergram wrote. “Fox is told that a lot of Democrats are angry at Waters, are concerned about the optics of potential violence being linked back to her and Democrats generally.”

Pergram noted that moderate Democrats were damaged during the election after far-left members of the party pushed the “defund the police” movement. The reason those Democrats are reportedly mad at Waters doesn’t appear to be based on any kind of moral conundrum they have with what she said, but rather because they are “concerned about the optics of potential violence being linked back to her and Democrats generally.”

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Candace Owens expresses frustration after Chauvin verdict on Tucker Carlson Tonight  Apr 20, 2021  Chris Romano

JUST READ....Why is there never any consequence for anything the demoRats say or do...??

Pelosi Reignites Calls For Resignation Over This Heinous Comment  This HAG needs to resign but that will never happen because..... when they get rid of Biden...SHE can become your back Kamala. she may have eyes on the PRESIDENCY...!  

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sparked an immediate firestorm with her remarks following Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict in the George Floyd trial. Following the verdict, Democrat Nancy Pelosi stood on a podium and thank George Floyd “for sacrificing his life.”

Pelosi stood beside the Conressional Black Caucus outside of the U.S. Capitol building and emphatically said, “and thank God, the jury validated what we saw, what we saw. So, again, thank you George Floyd for sacrificing your life for justice. For being there to call out to your mom. How heartbreaking was that? To call out to your mom, ‘I can’t breathe.’ But because of you – and because of thousands, millions of people around the world who came out for justice – your name will always be synonymous with justice.”

Rightfully, critics from both sides of the politcal aisle were outraged by Pelosi’s comments with many calling on her to resign. Take a look below at just a few of the thousands of calls for Pelosi to step down and be quiet.

Laura Ingraham Spins Chauvin Conviction, Claims Systemic Racism Is ‘The Big Lie’

Lee Moran  Reporter, HuffPost  Wed, April 21, 2021,

Fox NewsLaura Ingraham on Tuesday tried to spin the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd into an attack on President Joe Biden and Democrats.

Ingraham accused Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris of lying to the nation with their speeches condemning systemic racism after a jury declared Chauvin guilty on two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter.

“Aha. That’s the big lie. Systemic racism,” snarked Ingraham, who has repeatedly
pushed white nationalist talking points on her prime time show.

“Did Joe Biden always believe that the nation was racist to its core?” she asked. “Did he believe this when Barack Obama and he were elected not once but twice? Historic elections.”

Ingraham encouraged viewers not to think “for a nanosecond that the left wing media and activists who went on and on today about George Floyd are worried about justice” ― instead baselessly accusing them of using his death as “a stepping stone to tearing down America.”


Tucker reacts to politicization of Derek Chauvin trial         22 hours ago  Fox News

'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host says politics 'intruded at every level of this case.' #FoxNews#Tucker

‘A Horrendous Tragedy’: The Chaotic Moments Before a Police Shooting in Columbus  Kevin Williams, Jack Healy and Will Wright 1 hr ago

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Law enforcement authorities on Wednesday released 911 calls and new body-camera videos showing the chaotic moments surrounding the killing of a Black 16-year-old girl who was fatally shot by a Columbus police officer responding to a call about a disturbance.

© Gaelen Morse/Reuters Investigators working at the scene where a police officer fatally shot a 16-year-old girl in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday.

Michael Woods, the interim chief of the Columbus Division of Police, identified the officer who shot the girl, Ma’Khia Bryant, as Nicholas Reardon, and said he had been on the force since December 2019. Officer Reardon, who is white, has been placed on administrative leave as the shooting is investigated.

Ms. Bryant was killed less than an hour before a jury in Minneapolis handed down its guilty verdict against Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd, and her death outside her foster home on a suburban block in southeastern Columbus quickly set off new waves of anger and protests over police killings.

Officials in Columbus pleaded for patience from the public on Wednesday as they released new body-camera footage from three responding officers that appears to show Ms. Bryant lunging with a knife toward a person dressed in pink seconds before the officer shoots her four times.

“A teenage girl is dead, and she’s dead at the hands of a police officer. Under any circumstance, that is a horrendous tragedy,” Ned Pettus Jr., the public safety director for the city of Columbus, said during a news conference on Wednesday. “But the video shows there is more to this. It requires us to pause, take a close look at the sequence of events, and though it’s not easy, wait for the facts as is determined by an independent investigation.  

Mr. Pettus said a third-party investigation being conducted by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation will need to answer key questions, including what information the officer had, what he saw at the scene, and what would have happened if he “had taken no action at all.”

Chief Woods said officers are allowed to use deadly force to protect somebody who is in danger of being killed by another person. A Taser, he said, is generally reserved for situations where there is no immediate threat of death.

Chief Woods said officers were called to a disturbance, but did not know that a possible attempted stabbing might be taking place. He also said that officers are not required to call out notice that they are about to fire their weapon, though they try to if there is time.

The shooting unfolded after 911 dispatchers got a call at 4:32 p.m. on Tuesday from what sounded like a female caller shouting that someone was trying to stab them. Screams could be heard in the background. The 911 dispatcher asked the caller if they saw any weapons.

“We need a police officer here now,” the caller responded.

In the aftermath of Ms. Bryant’s killing, activists and neighbors questioned whether the officer could have used a less-lethal weapon, including a Taser, or any other tactic to break up the chaotic scene that would have ended with Ms. Bryant alive.

A protest was planned on Wednesday outside Police Headquarters.

“They didn’t de-escalate the situation,” said DeJuan Sharp, an organizer with a local Black Lives Matter group called the Downtownerz. “I don’t know why the gun was the first thing for him to use.”

Used to like him...NOW, not so much....If only he'd keep his mouth shut, he shouldn't criticize another GOP pres. in public

 Former President Bush & Ideal 2024 Candidate

The former president describes new GOP and answers if certain Republican  candidate would have a chance in 2024. Sounds like a RINO!

 Can you tell me if this sounds abusive?

My friend's husband won’t let her visit any friends or family. He has made her stop all contact with them unless it’s on the phone or computer.
He makes her feel like she's going crazy for thinking he’s controlling, and that she is being ungrateful. (After all, he’s only doing this because of how much he cares about her.)
He doesn’t want her going to the gym anymore, so she doesn’t go. He also doesn’t let her go to work anymore (he told her to only rely on him for income and that he will take care of her).
She's not really allowed to go out anymore, unless it’s for necessities, and when she does, he makes sure to have people guilt trip her about it and shame her for it.
He wants her to have this medical procedure done and tells her that if she does it, he will allow her more freedoms.
He constantly says he's only doing all of this because he cares... he is just doing it for her own good.
Oh wait....did I say husband? I meant the government.
My bad.
You have been conditioned to be outraged if another person did this to their spouse, but be passive & compliant when it comes to our government.
Please wake up!

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Trump on if he's considering a 2024 presidential run | 'Hannity' exclusive   Premiered 23 hours ago   Fox News

Former President Donald Trump talks to Sean Hannity about his political plans for the future. #FoxNews #Hannity #Trump

Newt Gingrich Rips Maxine Waters For ‘Openly Encouraging Violence’ In Minnesota  BY LIFEZETTE  APRIL 19, 2021

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich went on Fox News on Monday morning to blast Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) for recently calling for protesters to “get more confrontational” as the trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd continues.

Gingrich pointed out that Waters is “openly encouraging violence” as he also called for a “nationwide movement” to put a stop to looting and violence in the streets under the guise of protesting.
Gingrich Sounds Off

“[T]he more patient we are, the more radical they are,” Gingrich said. “So, you have over a year of violence in Portland, Oregon. You have an expectation of violence. Why should we expect violence if the criminal justice system works? Why should we tolerate violence? Why should we tolerate National Guardsmen being shot at?”

“I think we have to really rethink our whole approach to making sure we stop people from being violent if necessary by doing the opposite of what Rashida Tlaib wanted and actually increasing the prisons,” he continued. “You cannot have a country which cowers in fear and which has radicals who wander around openly encouraging violence.”

Related: DeSantis Signs ‘Anti-Riot’ Bill That Enhances Penalties For Crimes Committed During A Riot

‘We Are Going To Protect Our Property’

“I think it’s going to require a nationwide movement that says we are going to protect our people,” Gingrich continued. “We are going to protect our property. We are not going to tolerate criminals in the street. You know, when somebody is out looting, that’s not a protest, that’s a criminal. And they should be treated as criminals.”

CNN celebrates ‘momentous’ Biden foreign policy decisions made by Trump  by John Ransom 

Without actually enunciating what it is, CNN last week celebrated a series of “momentous” foreign policy decisions that it quickly dubbed the “Biden Doctrine.”

“Biden puts his stamp on foreign policy with series of momentous decisions,” CNN wrote.

The trouble, however, is that most of the decisions made under the “Biden Doctrine” that CNN cited were just continuations of Trump foreign policy that had already been made, decisions that Democrats often decried as the worst foreign policy ever.

The decisions, highlighted as “momentous” by CNN, included sanctions on Russia (which were also imposed by Trump), a pivot to an anti-Chinese alliance in the Pacific (which was already instituted by Trump under the Quad Alliance), and the decision to withdraw from Afghanistan (which, under Biden, has been delayed from May 1 — as negotiated by Trump — and moved to September 11, 2021.)

CNN was quick to tout Biden’s decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021 as the official end of America’s longest war, as if it was uniquely a Biden administration idea.

Yet, the Biden decision violates an agreement that the Trump administration already made with Afghanistan to withdraw troops by May 1.

CNN was quick to credit Biden with the end of the war, merely noting that “President Donald Trump was also considering a withdrawal,” even though the agreement with the Taliban had already been reached under Trump.

The Associated Press published an article headlined: Biden to pull U.S. troops from Afghanistan, end ‘forever war.

Similarly, CNN cited an unofficial Biden delegation meeting with Taiwan to offer support for the traditional target of the Chinese Communists, and meetings with Japan to “nudge” the country towards a more anti-China stance as a “momentous” U.S. foreign policy position.

If anything, Biden is continuing the “momentous” decisions already made by Trump.

In reality, no administration treated Taiwan more like a sovereign nation than Trump’s did. And Japan is a firm leader of the anti-China Quad Alliance of Japan, India, Australia and the United States, thanks in part, to the strong support of the Trump State Department to the alliance.

If anything, the Japan and Taiwan meetings are meant to reassure allies that Biden is dedicated to the existing anti-China alliance meant to secure the Pacific Ocean.

In fact, many are surprised by Biden’s tough talk so far on China.

“Alarmingly for Beijing, all signs thus far point to a Biden administration that plans to take an exceptionally hard line against China,” writes Nikkei Asia.

The only thing momentous about Biden’s foreign policy so far is how much it’s major points dovetail well into Trump foreign policy decisions.

Could we be looking at a new “bi-partisan” consensus on foreign policy?

Well, that really would be truly momentous.

*Another* Red State Passes Sweeping Election Integrity Laws, Democrats Immediately Lose It   by Kyle Beckerabout 7 hrs ago

Another red state has joined a growing list of states that have passed sweeping election integrity laws ahead of the 2022 elections: Montana.

“Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte signed two voting bills into law Monday, which prohibit registering to vote on Election Day—a practice more than 60,000 voters in the state have done between 2006 and 2018 alone—and ending a previous rule that allowed students to use their student ID to vote, now requiring a second form of identification,” Forbes reported.

The Democratic Party, fightingt the democratic will of the people that overwhelmingly supports voter ID laws, immediately sued the Secretary of State.

“The Montana Democratic Party sued state Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen in state court seeking to overturn the new measures, arguing they pose an illegal undue burden on people’s right to vote, particularly young voters and those who commonly take advantage of same-day voter registration like the elderly, disabled and Indigenous communities,” the report added.

“Montana is now the third state to face litigation over recently imposed voter restrictions, following a lawsuit filed by civil rights groups in Iowa and multiple lawsuits targeting sweeping voting restrictions in Georgia,” Forbes continued.

Montana joins Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, and Texas as having passed election integrity laws in 2021. There are many more in line to follow suit, despite a massive disinformation campaign to prevent them from doing so.

“As of March 24, legislators have introduced 361 bills with restrictive provisions in 47 states,” the Brennan Center reported. “That’s 108 more than the 253 restrictive bills tallied as of February 19, 2021 — a 43 percent increase in little more than a month.”

“Restrictive” is a euphemism for enhanced voter integrity and security laws. The American people should not be fooled by the left’s dishonest use of language and ensure that one qualified voter gets one vote in U.S. elections.


Monday, April 19, 2021

Black Teenager Arrested For Shooting Spree At Nebraska Mall…By Yaron Steinbuch  April 19, 2021 

And ironically this incident will just disappear now that it’s known the suspect was black, not white.

Via NY Post:

A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in a shooting that left a man dead and a woman injured at a mall in Nebraska, officials said.

Makhi Woolridge-Jones was busted Sunday on a charge of first-degree murder in the shooting a day earlier at the Westroads Mall in Omaha.

Brandon Woolridge-Jones, 18, was arrested earlier on a charge of being an accessory to the shooting near the JCPenney store.

The relationship of the two suspects was not reported.

Keep reading…

SO...We don't lead the world in MASS SHOOTINGS..!!

 How gun-free zones invite mass shootings 

......America doesn’t lead the world in mass public shootings. We’re not even close. Just last month, a school shooting in Crimea, Russia, claimed 20 lives and wounded 65 others. But Americans usually don’t hear about such events.

Over the course of 18 years, from 1998 to 2015, our list contains 2,354 attacks and at least 4,880 shooters outside the United States and 53 attacks and 57 shooters within this country. By our count, the U.S. makes up 1.49 percent of the murders worldwide, 2.20 percent of the attacks, and less than 1.15 percent of the mass public shooters. All these are much less than America’s 4.6 percent share of the world population.

Read this over at...FREE NORTH CAROLINA

Chauvin trial judge says Maxine Waters' 'confrontational' protest remarks could fuel appeal   Alex Seitz-Wald 20 mins ago

WASHINGTON — The judge in Derek Chauvin's murder trial in the death of George Floyd criticized recent comments by Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and said her words could be grounds for the defense to appeal a verdict.

The congresswoman, who has long been a lightning rod for criticism from the right, was already facing a torrent of Republican ire for her comments over the weekend urging protesters in Minnesota to “get more confrontational” if Chauvin is not convicted, with several GOP lawmakers calling for Waters' expulsion from Congress.

Chauvin's lawyer asked the judge to declare a mistrial over Waters' comments, arguing that she had prejudiced the jury. Judge Peter Cahill denied the request, but said that Waters' comments were "abhorrent" and that she may have handed the defense a lifeline anyway.

"I'll give you that Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned," Cahill said as arguments in the case concluded Monday and the jury began deliberations.

Waters appeared at a racial justice protest Saturday night in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, a suburb not far from where Chauvin's trial is taking place, which has been roiled by protests after a police officer killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright last week.

"We've got to stay on the street and we've got to get more active, we've got to get more confrontational,” Waters told reporters when asked what would happen if the Chauvin trial, which is wrapping up this week, ends in acquittal. “We've got to make sure that they know that we mean business."

While Republicans called for Waters to be punished for her comments, she is unlikely to face punishment because Democrats control Congress.


Sunday, April 18, 2021

I remember seeing the picture of her climbing through the broken window/door. She was with a group of people, so...why did he pick her to shoot..? she showed NO aggression towards the officer.....Could the "NO CHARGES' be because the officer is black and SHE was white..?

No Charges For Capitol Officer Who Shot Ashli Babbitt During Capitol Riot  April 16, 2021  Sandy Malone

Washington, DC – Federal prosecutors said Wednesday they had no plans to charge the U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) lieutenant who shot Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt during the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.

Authorities investigated the officer-involved shooting during the breach of the U.S. Capitol building that left the 35-year-old veteran dead and determined the shooting 
was justified, the Associated Press reported.

Based on the findings of the investigation, prosecutors found there was insufficient evidence to prove that Babbitt’s civil rights had been violated by the USCP lieutenant, The Washington Post reported.

Prosecutors said it was reasonable for the Capitol Police lieutenant who shot Babbitt to believe he was firing in self-defense or in the defense of the Congressional lawmakers and their staffs who were trying to flee the building at that time, the Associated Press reported.

“Specifically, the investigation revealed no evidence to establish that, at the time the officer fired a single shot at Ms. Babbitt, the officer did not reasonably believe that it was necessary to do so in self-defense or in defense of the Members of Congress and others evacuating the House Chamber,” the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) said in a statement on April 14, the Associated Press reported.

“Based on that investigation, officials determined that there is insufficient evidence to support a criminal prosecution,” the statement read.

Officials have not publicly identified the USCP lieutenant who shot Babbitt.

His attorney, Mark Schamel, said that the prosecutors’ decision was “the only correct conclusion” to the investigation, The Washington Post reported.

“His bravery on January 6 was nothing short of heroic,” Schamel said in a statement. “He stopped the rioters from gaining entry into the Speaker’s Lobby and saved the lives of countless members of Congress and the rioters. His heroism should be no surprise to those who know him.”

He said Babbitt had also ignored orders to stop from numerous other police officers and that she broke multiple laws in the moments before she was shot, The Washington Post reported.

Babbitt was featured in numerous social media posts with pictures and video on the day of the Capitol riot.

Video from inside the U.S. Capitol building showed Babbitt wearing a backpack with an American flag on it as she stepped through a broken window into the Speaker’s Lobby, the Associated Press reported.

A gunshot can be heard in the video and then Babbitt fell backwards.

Prosecutors said the Capitol Police lieutenant fired one shot that struck Babbitt in the shoulder, the Associated Press reported.

Schamel said his client had shown restraint in his use of force, warning the rioters first by “clearly identifying himself and ordering the mob not to come through the barricade.”

“He used tremendous restraint in only firing one shot, and his actions stopped the mob from breaking through and turning a horrific day in American history into something so much worse,” the lieutenant’s attorney said.

The videos of the shooting showed Babbitt slumped to the ground after she was shot.

Protesters surrounded her to try to lift her up and help her and then a police tactical team rushed in and took over performing First Aid, the Associated Press reported.

Babbitt was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Criminal charges weren’t expected to be brought against the officer who shot her from the very beginning because videos clearly showed Babbitt attempting to enter the prohibited space, the Associated Press reported.

Prosecutors notified Babbitt’s family that the lieutenant would not face charges before they made the public announcement, The Washington Post reported.

Babbitt’s brother, Roger Witthoeft, wasn’t happy with the decision.

“In my eyes, everyone should stand before a jury to face justice,” Witthoeft said. “That decision shouldn’t be made behind the scenes. I think he should at least stand trial.”

“I love my sister and I’ll always remember her as a decent woman and patriot,” he added.


Russia is massing troops on the border with Ukraine. Ukraine is threatening to take Crimea back by force.
China is threatening Taiwan and its neighbors while also threatening our ships and Navy.
N Korea is testing missiles again and restarting their nuclear weapons program.
Iran has been emboldened and making more than their normal threats.
Our southern border is a humanitarian disaster and the administration that promised transparency is hiding it by not permitting the media access.
Ford is closing a plant and moving it to Mexico after just bringing it back from Mexico because of the current Administration’s plan for Increased taxes.
Price of steel up 145%, lumber 126%, wheat up 25%, food index up 25%, cotton 35%, silver 38%, copper 50%, soybeans 71%, oil 80%, etc, etc.
Pipeline jobs lost.
Wall construction jobs lost.
1.9 trillion in stimulus that funds the administrations pet projects and only paid a fraction to the American people.
29 trillion in debt with 4.8 trillion projected 2021 deficit before the 2 trillion dollar stimulus proposed today for the Green New Deal. 🤦‍♂️
6+% unemployment with millions of job openings that can’t be filled because federal unemployment assistance makes it more advantageous for people to stay home than work.
All in the first 70 days.

Hold on, the next 4 years are going to be a rough ride.
All of the “supporters” of this Administration sure are quiet. SMH.


The Police will tell you, they can't protect you" they can only investigate or clean up after the deed is done..!  Only YOU can prevent a crime against yourself by either running away, hiding or  FIGHTING BACK...!!