Dear KMAG: 20200713 Open Topic

This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.

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Wheatie’s Rules:

          1. No food fights.
          2. No running with scissors.
          3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Michael Kenneth Marino, titled ‘Rasa’:


Pedophilia is disgusting and it is sickening to think that human beings would engage in such a vile horror.

People like Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Ghislaine Maxwell think that the ‘age of consent’ should be lowered to 13…and other leftists want to decriminalize pedophilia altogether. They declare that “love is love” and want to normalize the revolting practice.

I say pedos should be rounded up, locked up together in a sealed enclosure and introduced to a swarm of Murder Hornets!

Need some cuteness now, to offset such a foul subject:


Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


‘Nidus’ is a noun which means…a point or place at which something originates, accumulates, or develops; a nest or breeding place, or a central point or focus of infection by bacteria or other pathogens.

‘Nidal’ is an adjective describing something that is like a Nidus. The plural of Nidus is nidi or niduses. We also have nidification, for the process of building a nest, and nidicolous, meaning “reared in a nest.”

Used in a sentence:

Our education system has become a nidus for leftist indoctrination.


661 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200713 Open Topic

  1. Dawson thread that talks about things beyond the current scope of what’s in front of us:

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    6 hours ago, 6 tweets, 3 min read

    The Unaoil case has major Swamp connections! They weren’t just paying bribes in Iraq but also Libya.

    Unaoil’s bribery middleman in Libya, was the person Hillary’s State Dept. hired to contract security in Benghazi.


    DOJ has several of the executive & middlemen plead guilty in 2019, this case is very broad covering years of corruption in many nations. Typical oil services industry fraud with bribes for corrupt govt. officials.

    This connected to several of the countries I have look at in #ButNothingsHappening cases. Algeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kazakhstan & more.

    More at the thread including links to the articles he references.

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  2. Looked through my history and doesn’t seem like this one got shared…

    Could make the argument that “we shouldn’t go back to school” more interesting.

    Icelandic Study: ‘We Have Not Found a Single Instance of a Child Infecting Parents.’
    May 11, 2020 3:48 PM

    Kari Stefansson, CEO of the Icelandic company deCODE genetics in Reykjavík, studied the spread of COVID-19 in Iceland with Iceland’s Directorate of Health and the National University Hospital. His project has tested 36,500 people; as of this writing, Iceland has 1,801 cases and ten deaths. On a per-capita basis, Iceland ranks near the very top in testing.

    In an interview with the Science Museum Group, Stefansson makes an extraordinary statement:

    Children under 10 are less likely to get infected than adults and if they get infected, they are less likely to get seriously ill. What is interesting is that even if children do get infected, they are less likely to transmit the disease to others than adults. We have not found a single instance of a child infecting parents.

    Other researchers in other countries aren’t quite so sure of that, determining that children can definitely carry the virus. (It may be that children’s immune systems fight the virus better, resulting in less coughing, which reduces the likelihood of infecting someone else.)

    If the Icelandic conclusion is accurate, it would be a strong argument for reopening schools, suggesting that children would not be at harm from exposure to each other, and that teachers would be similarly unlikely to catch the virus from their students. (Teachers could catch the virus from other teachers and other adults in the school.)

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    1. I’d love to see a REAL statistics and data expert like Steve McIntyre ( ) have a look and deep dive at these numbers. He would absolutely SHRED Faux-Xi, Newscum, and all the Karens out there…

      The general lack of knowledge of math, science in general, logic, and even reasonableness is appalling, as is the blind (and bleating) acceptance of everything spewed by the MSM/MCM and the DEMONicRAT attention whores…

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      1. I remember reading Steve McIntyre and Ross McKitrick’s analysis of the proxy data used in Michael Mann’s hockey stick fraud. McIntyre’s a good guy . . . and he writes so you can understand his points, also.

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        1. Yep. I’ve been following them and Steve Goddard (aka Tony Heller) since before the ClimateGate 1, 2, and yet-to-be-decrypted 3 back in 2008-2009 (IIRC) gosh, it’s been a long time. WUWT and cartoons-by-Josh…

          I think the Climate Scams were tune-ups and dry runs to see just how much they could con the sheeple, and how they could get “money for nothin’ and the chicks for free (HOW DARE YOU!) (YUCK!!!)”…
          Carbon Credits…

          Just like the Green Raw Deal… and now Quadrillions for reparations???????

          Methinks the (empty) soft brains of the leftards are addled, and in need of real education…

          Perhaps they should sit at the feet of Lord Christopher Monckton, and study and learn the benefits of a classical education, as taught in the times when such was honest, pure, and rigorous…

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    Seems UK Commonwealth territories known to be tax & money laundering havens served as the home to shell companies used by Russians to help Syria build chemical weapons.

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    Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project
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    “The Khouri Network” quietly provided the cash-strapped Syrian regime access to international markets during the country’s civil war.

    Read more about our latest investigation with @Global_Witness in @thetimes.
    6:57 PM · Jul 13, 2020

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  4. Donald J. Trump
    Congratulations to my friend President
    of Poland on his historic re-election! Looking forward to continuing our important work together across many issues, including defense, trade, energy, and telecommunications security!

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  5. Out of the blue…

    Does anyone know which one of our fellow Treepers has their own word press site that has to do with natural foods and their related health benefits and healing properties ?

    (could have sworn that I read it here someplace… Just can’t remember “who” !)

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    1. “….whats up with them rolling with a scared poodle….”

      That is a Standard Poodle. A bird hunting dog. They are water fowl retrievers. I think the dog is being used for ‘hunting’ — bombs, explosives,… ????

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      1. Yes. They are used for scent work. Someone we knew had one that flunked out of police dog school, but managed to signal the scent of drugs in a car, and her signalling was the basis for a search warrant that did lead to arrests.

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  6. Nothing fishy about this. Oh, no. Not at all.

    Flames rage through a warship for a second day as the Navy discloses that a fire suppression system was inoperable when the blaze erupted while the ship was docked in San Diego.

    Official: Firefighting system was inoperable on Navy ship

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — A fire suppression system was inoperable when a blaze erupted aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard in San Diego, so sailors fought the blaze with water, a top Navy official said…
    7:40 PM · Jul 13, 2020

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      1. BIG TIME!

        I use to date a chemist (PhD) who worked for the Navy on fire suppression chemicals that were safe to use at sea. That was in the early 1970s. There is ZERO reason for that fire to continue out of control.

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    1. The basic question here is, was the fire suppression system inoperable, because it was under maintenance? It’s my bet.

      OR, Fire suppression system could have been sabotaged. THIS would leak quickly.

      Have been on a few Navy ships during every level / type of maintenance availability. Quite common for system control valves (some weight couple hundred pounds) to be removed. Rebuilt and then reinstalled.

      Looking forward to answers. Not sure we’ll see them any time soon.

      Fires are most always fought with water…cool the fire…break the FIRE TRIANGLE – Oxygen, Material to burn and Heat/Flash point.

      YES, there are agents used specifically for fuel fires, electrical fires.

      Fire suppression system, IF operable would have stopped the fire where the system had coverage.

      Otherwise it is firefighting 101. Two hose teams.
      – One hose team cools the fire party as they both advance on fire.
      – Second hose team fights the fire.

      Navy ship maintenance periods ARE IMO, low point of readiness to fight fires. Little is normal.

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      1. Plus weekend duty crew will not be the best at handling a fire larger then a trash can. Navy two team with hoses takes practice and coordination with engineers who have extra training. In port duty crew will be a small portion of trained engineers. If fire suppression was down it would easily get out of control.

        Also during maintenance period, extra cords cables going through door ways so difficult to close off sections of the ship to properly isolate.

        Going to go down as cluster fu*ck of errors. Fire some junior officers and all is good.

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        1. Absolutely. Duty section fire fighting team is handicap from the git go. And yea, absolutely no way to isolate that fire with all the yard bird cables run through hatches.

          Also believe the CO will be toast. A matter of time.
          – XO maybe.
          – DCA maybe.
          – Safety Dept Head maybe.

          Largely depends on where the fire started. How it started – improper hot work – fire watch in adjoining spaces. Was reasonable fire fighting equipment readily available.

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      1. What is your topic??? Search for cartoons that support your topic until you find one that hits the mark – just a suggestion – Pat can help – she does all of those memes on the weekend – 🙂


              1. Oh, I see! I like the cartoons – they lighten the mood – sometimes, we get so serious – it is draining – I like the way you plan your posts – the combination engages the mind and the senses – very effective – Thanks for all of the thought you put into your posts!!! Appreciate your hard work!!!

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              2. True – the negative weighs one down – and let’s face it – there is a ton of bad news out there – misdirection – deception – anger – and hatred like I have never seen before.

                Can you imagine walking a mile in PT’s shoes on a daily basis?

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              3. Yes, he does – and he did not have to do this – but – because he loves this country – he said if it got so bad – he would come forward – it did – and he did.

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    1. Cloven hooves… Only Paedosta looks really comfortable there…

      Wonder if they click their heels together they all end up at home… in Hell…

      They’re sick sick sick…

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    curated by Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D., J.D.

    Transmission of SARS-CoV-2

    Note: A COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) particle is 0.125 micrometers (μm); influenza virus size is 0.08 – 0.12 μm; a human hair is about 150 μm.

    *1 nm = 0.001 micron; 1000 nm = 1 micron; Micrometer (μm) is the preferred name for micron (an older term)

    1 meter is = 1,000,000,000 nm or 1,000,000 microns


    Virus is transmitted through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks.

    Larger respiratory droplets (>5 μm) remain in the air for only a short time and travel only short distances, generally <1 meter. They fall to the ground quickly.

    This idea guides the CDC’s advice to maintain at least a 6-foot distance.

    Virus-laden small (<5 μm) aerosolized droplets can remain in the air for at least 3 hours and travel long distances.
    .Final Thoughts

    Surgical masks – loose fitting. They are designed to protect the patient from the doctors’ respiratory droplets. The wearer is not protected from others airborne particles

    People do not wear masks properly. Most people have the mask under the nose. The wearer does not have glasses on and the eyes are a portal of entry.

    The designer masks and scarves offer minimal protection – they give a false sense of security to both the wearer and those around the wearer.

    **Not to mention they add a perverse lightheartedness to the situation.

    If you are walking alone, no mask – avoid folks – that is common sense.

    Remember – children under 2 should not wear masks – accidental suffocation and difficulty breathing in some

    If wearing a mask makes people go out and get Vitamin D – go for it. In the 1918 flu pandemic people who went outside did better. Early reports are showing people with COVID-19 with low Vitamin D do worse than those with normal levels. Perhaps that is why shut-ins do so poorly.

    If you are sick, stay home!

    [EXCERPTS] Read more at the link above…

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      1. Also lol because any temperature above 22°C kills the virus, UV light kills the virus, we already have “herd immunity”, our bodies are MUCH more resistant to COVID-19 (or whatever it’s called this week) than the CDC, WHO, Big Pharma, et. al., care to admit, and, fercryinoutloud, Corona is just a component of the common cold, the flu, and some regrettable evenings at numerous Cantinas around the world.

        It’s been made into a boutique disaster; and what’s being sold at an exceedingly high price is our FREEDOM. Of MIND, of BODY, and they would like to have OUR SOULS.

        Sorry (not) BillyGhoul, et. al., my SOUL belongs to Jesus, and always will…

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        1. This entire fiasco has been a pox on society in so many ways – I am looking for restitution for all of those whose lives have been disrupted – for the lost income – for the time out of our lives they have stolen that cannot be returned – and I do not mean restitution from the government – I mean restitution from the idiots that created this mess – they should feel the pain they have caused others – I am thinking of one in particular and his edict for the sick to be put in nursing homes when there were other facilities available to care for them – there is no reason for the death he caused!!! And he is not the only one, either!!!

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          1. It’s ruined my son’s last semester in Uni – over here they can’t go to class; they have to do everything online, which means Web-Ex (Germany’s Ed-Biz chose that probably via some kickbacks or idiocy or something). The infos floating about that all of Germany’s schools are open aren’t correct; it depends on the level, and the Bundesland (state). And B-W is, sad to say, Greens and CDU, who are closet greens anymore…

            So, for hearing-impaired folks, that’s all she wrote. A whole year shot to hell. And he’s not the only one. All because of a Satanic HOAX!!!

            (Even Skype generates subtitles – WebEx…nope… It was cr@p when I used it years ago in meetings, and it apparently hasn’t improved much. Sort of like McAfee AV since Intel bought it)…

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    1. “If wearing a mask makes people go out and get Vitamin D – go for it. In the 1918 flu pandemic people who went outside did better. Early reports are showing people with COVID-19 with low Vitamin D do worse than those with normal levels.”

      Every day I can, I’ve been outside in shorts and a cami for at least a half an hour at midday. I’m getting quite the tan.

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      1. LOL – it is the sunshine that provides the necessary daily dose of Vitamin D – very healthy!!! I have to be careful – lest I turn into a lobster – so I select certain times a day for my Vitamin D fix – 🙂

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  8. A different story about the Ghislaine raid. I seem to remember one report that said 4:30 a.m. and she was sitting in her living room, reading. This one says 8:30 a.m. and that she tried to hide.

    Ghislaine Maxwell tried to flee when FBI raided her $1M New Hampshire hideaway and had a phone wrapped in tin foil ‘in misguided effort to avoid detection’

    ● Ghislaine Maxwell refused to open the front door to the FBI and tried to flee to another room when they raided her $1million home, prosecutors claimed today
    ● The FBI smashed down the door and discovered a mobile phone wrapped in tin foil which prosecutors called a ‘seemingly misguided effort to evade detection’
    ● Prosecutors said that her conduct during the 8:30am raid on July 2 at the property called ‘Tuckedaway’ in New Hampshire was ‘troubling’
    ● New York prosecutors said this was evidence that Maxwell was ‘skilled at living in hiding’ and should be denied bail
    ● Jeffrey Epstein’s former girlfriend ‘vigorously denies’ charges against her
    ● Maxwell’s lawyers argued she is not a flight risk and is ‘not Jeffrey Epstein’
    ● They also said she had not been in contact with pedophile Epstein for more than a decade before he died in a New York prison last year
    ● She will appear in court Tuesday where a judge will decide if she can be freed

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    1. SDNY, Satan’s favorite “justice” system…

      British ex-mil??? What kind of visas were they here on??? How did they get weapons permits, being foreigners?

      Nah, don’t believe a word of it…

      Either crafted deception, or crafty deception…

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    2. Oh, really? That is incredible! She had the means to travel anywhere in the world on a private plane – why did she chose to stay in the USA – I wonder – and why did she make that silly video in the restaurant? Was she daring them to come and get her?

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      1. I’ve read that she thought she was immune as part of Epstein’s agreement in 2007(?) that protected his associates from prosecution as well. But of course, who knows what to believe? She certainly hid a lot if she thought she was immune and they wouldn’t come after her..

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  9. Sit back and wait, and the information will surface.

    This explains a lot.

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    Kelly Preston was involved with Haiti!

    Haiti will take down so many!! Has anyone found any reports from 2 years ago of her ‘cancer diagnosis’? Do we have ANY reports of this diagnosis before yesterday? Face with monocle
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    · 4h
    Replying to @yipagain and @SantaSurfing

    8:09 PM · Jul 13, 2020

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    1. She may have gotten a “touch assist”. ($cienos will understand)… (LRH’s take at “laying on of hands”…).

      Only question is, what did they touch her with….

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    2. Clearwater, btw., is headquarters of the “Sea Org”, the top level of $cieno training and “auditing”, where the top-secret OT (Operating Thetan) (rhymes with…) materials are processed. There’s a HUGE hotel there that they took over and turned into an indoctrination center…

      Unfortunately some folks didn’t make it out alive, as it were, RRPF got to them.

      RIP Lisa McPherson…

      (and yes, at the root, they are a SATANIC organization)…

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    3. I have been researching our GOP Primary options for senatorial candidates.

      Found that Chris Devaney who currently Chairman and Senior Advisor to Dr. Manny Sethi for US Senate was has a long history of politics with 2 yrs out to direct a Haiti children’s charity.

      Special Assistant to Gov Lee from Jan 2019-June 2019 (and has been with Dr. Manny Sethi since 6/2019)

      Prior to Jan/2019 he was Senior advisor to Bill Lee for Gov and then director of Lee’s transition team

      From 2015-2017 he was executive director of Children’s Nutrition Program of Haiti

      2009-2015 – TN GOP Chairman
      2007-2009 – State Director for Sen Corker
      2005-2007 – Executive Director of TN GOP

      all other experiences was political & in jounalism/reportering.

      I hope that charity is ok.

      Dr. Manny Sethi is running as an outsider but has a serious insider as his campaign director.

      Lee has turned out to be a HUGE disappointment and this guy was the person behind Lee??? IDK

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    4. IF (big if) she was actually battling breast cancer, THIS is when it would have come out:

      In August 2019, Olivia Newton John announced she had breast cancer, AGAIN. And John talked about it. Surely that is when he would have said something about his own wife.

      And I remember when the Travoltas were sending supplies to Haiti. I didn’t know any better, and thought well of them for it. I think they went down there to “volunteer,” too.

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  10. Good news in this household.


    Boeing awarded $1.2 billion contract for 8 F-15EX fighters to start replacement of older models
    Monday the Defense Department award Boeing a $1.2 billion contract to start production of the latest variant of the F-15 fighter. The F-15 EX will be built at the St. Louis production facility in B…
    8:43 PM · Jul 13, 2020

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    1. F-15 is an A W E S O M E aircraft!

      And I surely miss the F-14 🙂 Absolutely NOTHING like being on the flight of of the Enterprise when F-14 light off there after burners at night. The fire coming out of the engine exhaust, hits the blast deflectors and shoots straight up. Couple seconds later, they launch the F-14.

      Great memories. 🙂

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            1. Defense industry wanted diverse supply chains so they weren’t dependent on single suppliers – and all the problems that come from that. The diversity mindset went out the window in the 90s and accelerated into the 2000s. That’s what’s been driving the hyper-consolidation of the defense sector.

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    2. That is an insane price tag for 8 planes. Are they spaceships?

      That would be AWESOME! But no.

      “The Pentagon is looking to purchase up to 144 of the F-15EX.”

      72 per year

      Undoubtedly a huge amount of the cost is to get the factories & supply chains ramped up.

      This is an extraordinarily complex enterprise.


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  11. Well, you know the Wayfair mess is mainstream when the homeschool moms are now having convo’s about it.

    One posted a screenshot, presumably from someone she was connected to who worked at wf. The person had been a senior sales person, but they had a rule: They were not allowed to work with “platinum” accounts. Even the most senior sales person had to immediately take orders from platinum accounts to the platinum team. She didn’t think anything about it was unusual until this past weekend.

    The thread was on LIFELOG and had the usual bs about “Naw that’s not true stop spreading this” but the naysayers couldn’t kill the convo.

    I’m sorry folks, but this game of “it’s nothing” is BS and we’re done. We’re past the point of there’s an innocent explanation. If it was innocent they would’ve been forthcoming by now. The evidence in plain sight is sufficient for Law Enforcement to get involved.

    The same LAW ENFORCEMENT that all the leftists have been screaming to “DEFUND” the last few weeks.

    Self-preservation, much???


    Sorry folks, but don’t tell me “it’s nothing”. As far as I’m concerned it is a Federal Criminal matter at this point. Running cover for this with an army of Baghdad Bobs with nothing but negative arguments from silence isn’t going to convince me of anything at this point. Anyone who tells me “it’s nothing” without recognizing the criminal implications that should be addressed by LAW ENFORCEMENT and not the Facebook Keystone Kops doesn’t have anything to say to me.

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  12. RE: Advertisers on Tucker Carlson’s show.

    I saw a commercial for…CrowdStrike…on Tucker’s show tonight.

    Yes — CrowdStrike!

    We couldn’t believe it…mr. wheatie said, “They’re trying to look like a regular company. Not going to work.”

    It was a very professional-looking, glossy commercial.
    They obviously spent a ton of money on it.

    Other notable advertisers on Tucker:
    Hallmark Channel(s)
    Franklin Graham

    I wonder if the Left will boycott CrowdStrike now?

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  13. New treatment of cytokine release syndrome (CRS) in moderate to severe ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome) patients due to COVID-19.

    Biocon’s Itolizumab approved as life-saving COVID-19 medicine; Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, the Executive Chairperson of Biocon Limited, announced Monday that it has received the Drugs Controller General of India’s (DCGI) approval to market Itolizumab (ALZUMAb) Injection 25mg/5mL solution for emergency use in India for the treatment of cytokine release syndrome (CRS) in moderate to severe ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome) patients due to COVID-19.

    Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Executive Chairperson of Biocon Limited, Bengaluru, announced Monday that it has received the Drugs Controller General of India’s (DCGI) approval to market Itolizumab (ALZUMAb) Injection 25mg/5mL solution for emergency use in India for the treatment of cytokine release syndrome (CRS) in moderate to severe ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome) patients due to COVID-19.

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  14. Interesting comment to Major Patriot’s tweet:

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  15. Ive got to post this bc I agree with a lot of it. From OT. Q is seeping in everywhere, but truly, if you havent woken up and understand the stakes in the election by now, youre probably not going to.

    northwoodswatcher on July 13, 2020 at 8:53 pm

    I guess we all know this, but it bears repeating.


    Executive orders are used by the executive (governor or mayor) to indicate a change of policy for employees of the administrative arm of government. It is a way for executives to manage the administrative operations of government.

    That’s it.

    We here at this website appear to be the only folks who recognize that executive orders do NOT apply to citizens. They apply to government EMPLOYEES.

    • No mayor or governor has the power to issue EDICTS.

    • Mayors and governors are public SERVANTS — not MASTERS.


    Where the hell is the federal government in all of this? Tyranny is running rampant at the state level, and in areas where the federal government holds sway.

    And yet DOJ is nowhere to be seen.

    Where is DOJ on the federal responsibility to prosecute mayoral and gubernatorial misconduct that threatens national sovereignty and national security, including:
    • Instituting sanctuary cities
    • Instituting sanctuary states
    • Instituting mail-in voting
    • Issuing decrees in place of laws
    • Governing by decree
    • Suborning LEOs to enforce unlawful edicts
    • Violating oaths of office by committing sedition against the federal government
    • Violating the limits of state emergency acts to commit wholesales violations of citizens’ constitutional protections

    Hey, Mr. Barr! An executive order is like issuing a proclamation about the proper observance of Flag Day.

    An executive order cannot compel someone to wear a mask or to do a dance in the street singing “Ring around the rosy, pockets full of posies, ashes, ashes, we all fall down!” — which would be almost as silly and probably more effective.

    Even when an emergency act is invoked at the state level, the governor has NO power to compel citizens to submit to executive orders.

    ONLY WERE MARTIAL TO BE DECLARED, a la Lincoln, would that even be remotely possible.

    Governors and legislatures can compel certain conduct if and when they pass and sign a piece of legislation INTO LAW.

    If, however, said law seems to run contrary to the state or federal constitutional protections afforded to citizens, the law can be challenged in court.

    None of these governors or mayors are bothering to pass laws. They have gone straight to playing dictator.

    Dictators deserve the gallows.

    It was DOJ’s job, i.e., Barr’s job, to clamp down on this behavior on Day One.

    DOJ hasn’t done that because the calculation was made that we needed to have the communist belief system of the demonRAT Party shoved in our faces, emphatically and repeatedly, to make clear the differences between Republicans and demonRATs in the run-up to the election.

    Point made.

    Time to use the U.S. Marshals Service to arrest Whitmer, Wolf, Murphy, Lamont, Newsom, Northam, etc., and haul their asses down to Gitmo.

    PRESIDENT TRUMP: Please declare federal martial law in the demonRAT states — use the INSURRECTION ACT, please! — and install military governors to replace the demonRATs.

    Cancel the elections in ALL demonRAT states until the military governors can get a handle on all of the illegal voting and round up and eject from the USA all of the illegals.

    If the federal government continues to refuse to step in to enforce federal protections against the criminal actions of these demonRAT (and some RINO) mayors and governors, then citizens are left only with the alternatives articulated in the Declaration of Independence.

    The federal government is by its inaction setting the stage for revolt and retribution.

    This will include the inevitable Wyatt Earp acts required when the legal process fails, as it has.

    This has happened before in America, during the Revolutionary War; during the process of settling territories when police, marshals, and judges were yet to be put in place; during the Civil War in the border states; also after the Civil War during Reconstruction; and during natural disasters.

    A DOJ that was operating properly should preclude vigilantism.

    Unforunately, it appears the feds don’t give a short sh*t if a whole host of Paul Kerseys rise up to put things to rights.

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    1. “DOJ hasn’t done that because the calculation was made that we needed to have the communist belief system of the demonRAT Party shoved in our faces, emphatically and repeatedly, to make clear the differences between Republicans and demonRATs in the run-up to the election.

      Point made.”


      To us, yes.

      To the Lunatic Left?

      They’re just beginning (at best) to stir from their drug-induced coma.


      “Time to use the U.S. Marshals Service to arrest Whitmer, Wolf, Murphy, Lamont, Newsom, Northam, etc., and haul their asses down to Gitmo.”

      As much as I would love that, it’s 3-1/2 months until the election, or roughly a hundred lifetimes in news cycles. If the DoJ stopped it now, it would all be forgotten by next week.

      So I don’t think anybody is going to stop it until after the election on November 3rd.

      DJT wants Americans so angry at the Left that the Left is wiped out, nationwide, on election day.

      And for some reason, the Left is playing right along with that plan, rushing headlong toward their own obliteration.

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        1. “And at 350 an hr most of us cant afford it.”


          Which is exactly how they want it.

          The system works very well for those who benefit from it.

          It’s a small club — lawyers, judges (lawyers) and politicians (lawyers) — and we ain’t in it.

          Most peoples’ experience with anything having to do with court is appalling incompetence, indifference, a negative result, and at the cost of a *&^%-load of cash for the privilege.

          Most people would rather have root canal than go to court.

          And again, that’s exactly how they want it.

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          1. Yes. And thats why vigilante style is what people will turn to. We end up like Chechnya, or during the time the Ceausescus, or the French Revolution.


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