Dear KAG: 20200722 Not Tired Of Winning Open Thread

Yep, it’s Wednesday again.

For all those who think American courting rituals are uncomfortable….

And, for the people out there actually resetting America, even if it is being done without the help of the House of Representatives (start at 2:20 if you want to skip the musical explanation):

And now for the obligatory message from our sponsors:

Here at the Q tree we believe in the concept of CIVIL open free speech and the discussion that fleshes out ideas. When commenting and participating in the OPEN discussion on this thread all comments MUST NOT CONTAIN personal threats, baiting, name calling, or other anti-social words fomenting hate, violence or destruction. Our host Wolfm00n has strict rules about that.

Fellow tree dweller Wheatie gave us some good reminders on the basics of civility in political discourse:

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

In addition, it is requested that there be no swinging from the chandeliers, celebratory gunfire, messing around with the nuclear weapons, and, please, everyone wash your hands.

Please, do not forget to apply sunscreen after a sensible amount of time in the sun so as to beef up the level of vitamin D in the system so we can all get our immune systems in shape to stop the Wuhan Flu thing sooner rather than later.

Please remember to remain locked and loaded and ready for trouble should the insurrectionists try to invade your space.

Those who have things to say that do not fit the generally accepted limits of “civil” discussion, Wolf has provided a venue known as the UTree. You’re welcome to visit over there and say hi to anyone hanging out over there. It’s kind of turned quiet….

A few other vital notes:

Please, review these rules that our host Wolfm00n outlined toward the beginning of the growth of the tree itself. it won’t take long.

Ridiculing the other side, on the other hand…well….


As today is the Feast of Saint Mary Magdalene, the first reading is from the beautifully written Song of Songs (Canticle of Canticles), the book that describes the Bride (the Church) waiting for the Savior.

SGS 3:1-4B

[1] In my bed by night I sought him whom my soul loveth: I sought him, and found him not. [2] I will rise, and will go about the city: in the streets and the broad ways I will seek him whom my soul loveth: I sought him, and I found him not. [3] The watchmen who keep the city, found me: Have you seen him, whom my soul loveth? [4] When I had a little passed by them, I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him: and I will not let him go, till I bring him into my mother’s house, and into the chamber of her that bore me. [5] I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem, by the roes and the harts of the fields, that you stir not up, nor awake my beloved, till she please.

Can’t help it. This is a setting from a reading from the same book. It’s really a beautiful setting of this text.

As always, prayers for the fight against that which seeks to enslave us are welcome.

Please include: President Donald Trump, the Q team, our soldiers in the field, special forces, tactical units, members of the Cabinet, first responders and those working behind the scenes.

Looks like it’s closing in on time with all the winning going on.

618 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200722 Not Tired Of Winning Open Thread

  1. i like the thinking but with a dem House, it won’t go anywhere…

    Chuck Callesto
    BREAKING REPORT: Sen. Ted Cruz introducing bill that will allow people to SUE state and local officials if they are HURT or HARMED during RIOTS…


    Liked by 13 people

    1. Will separate the wheat from the chaff…

      peeps will KNOW how their representatives voted…

      so not only are mayors, governors and judges okay with communists taking over cities, burning down small businesses, churches, killing children…………………….. they will find out their Representatives are also.

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    2. Actually it is not really needed. WORSE it could mean people would THINK they had ZERO RECOURSE under the law.


      Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.

      For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.

      The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any…

      Color of law refers to an act done under the appearance of legal authorization, when in fact, no such right existed. It applies when a person is acting under real or apparent government authority. The term is used in the federal Civil Rights Act, which gives citizens the right to sue government officials and their agents who use their authority to violate rights guaranteed by federal law.

      Acting under color of [state] law is misuse of power, possessed by virtue of state law and made possible only because the wrongdoer is clothed with the authority of state law Thompson v. Zirkle, 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 77654 (N.D. Ind. Oct. 17, 2007)

      Misconduct By State Officials
      42 U.S.C. Section 1983, originally enacted as the Civil Rights Act of 1871, was intended to provide a legal remedy for people who were abused by state governments. In large part, it was meant to undercut discriminatory laws – especially in southern states. It also aimed to address the failure by many government officials to prosecute the Ku Klux Klan for their crimes against black Americans. Today, it is usually referred to as “Section 1983,” in reference to where it is codified in the United States Code. It allows someone whose civil rights are violated to sue the government official who caused the harm.

      Section 1983 cases often involve excessive force by law enforcement, but the statute itself is much more general:….–police-misconduct–section-1983–and-civil-r.html#state

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    1. Thanks Bfly!!!


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    1. Well, this explains how Schiffty Schiff is able to recruit the same players over and over in the impeachment scams. Each time one is over the barrel for some crime, they can be arm-twisted into playing AGAIN.

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  2. Antifa Terrorists and BLM Insurrectionists Dox At Least 38 Federal Officers

    “We’re not voting out way out of this.

    Dozens of federal law enforcement officers in Portland have had their personal information posted online by individuals who have also encouraged protesters to go to those officers’ homes, officials said Tuesday.

    Federal Protective Service (FPS) Deputy Director of Operations Richard Cline said at a press conference that approximately 38 law enforcement officers had been doxed as he explained why officers had had name badges removed.

    “We are going to convert their name [tags] to their badge number as about 38 of our officers that are out there have been doxed and their personal infomation has been put online,” he said.

    The Department of Homeland Security has previously said that �violent anarchists� in the area have on multiple occasions released personal information to the public of those officers in Portland, but Cline gave an indication of how widespread the practice is.

    Interesting that antifa terrorists deploy the exact same tactic preferred by CNN and NYT, no?”

    Posted by Ace at 12:58 PM

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    DOJ: Flynn’s Judge in Catch-22 Situation–Either Disqualified or Not Entitled to Rehearing

    BY PETR SVAB July 22, 2020 Updated: July 22, 2020 Print

    Email this article to your friends

    According to the Department of Justice (DOJ), it’s a no-win situation for District Judge Emmet Sullivan, who’s seeking a rehearing of an appeals court decision that ordered him to accept the dismissal of the DOJ’s case against former Trump adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn.

    Sullivan, through his lawyer Beth Wilkinson, argued that a three-judge panel of the District of Columbia appeals court erred in its order. He’s asking for a rehearing by the full court (en banc).

    But only people with a “personal stake” in the proceedings can seek appellate review, the DOJ said in a July 20 response to Sullivan’s petition.

    “A judge does not have—and under the [Constitution’s] Due Process Clause, cannot have—such a stake,” the department said.

    Flynn’s lawyers highlighted the same issue, noting that if Sullivan indeed has a personal stake in the case, it would disqualify him as its judge.

    “It is unsurprising that the district judge fails to cite a single instance in which a court of appeals has granted rehearing at a district judge’s behest,” the DOJ said.

    “In fact, we are aware of only one case in which a district judge has even asked for rehearing en banc—a request the court of appeals denied.”

    The DOJ response was signed by a lineup of heavy-hitters, including acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall, who’s responsible for arguing cases on the government’s behalf before the Supreme Court, as well as his deputy Eric Feigin, his counselor Hashim Mooppan, and five other DOJ attorneys.

    Flynn, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency during the Obama administration and former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI.

    In January, he moved to withdraw his plea. In May, the DOJ moved to dismiss the case after a review uncovered documents suggesting the FBI questioned Flynn solely to elicit false statements from him.

    Sullivan didn’t grant the DOJ motion. Instead, he suggested he would allow third parties to weigh in on the dismissal. He also denied Flynn’s motion that argued against third-party arguments in the case.

    Flynn responded by asking the appeals court for an extraordinary intervention.

    Sullivan doubled down and appointed former federal Judge John Gleeson as an amicus curiae (friend of court), tasking him with developing arguments against the case dismissal. The pick of Gleeson was a signal of its own, since just days before the appointment, Gleeson co-authored an op-ed arguing for Sullivan’s launching a “full, adversarial inquiry” into the dismissal motion and possibly denying it and sentencing Flynn.

    On June 24, the appeals court granted Flynn’s writ of mandamus petition and ordered Sullivan to accept the dismissal.

    Sullivan hasn’t complied, taking advantage of the fact the appeals court orders take three weeks to take effect. Instead, he asked for a rehearing. His lawyer has argued that the situation is not sufficiently extraordinary to require the mandamus because Sullivan has not rejected the dismissal yet. On July 10, the appeals court put its decision on hold, ordering Flynn to respond by July 20 to Sullivan’s petition and inviting the DOJ to do so as well.

    According to the DOJ, Wilkinson used incorrect legal arguments and backed them with precedents that don’t actually support her claims.

    Federal courts, including the Supreme Court, have repeatedly affirmed that the executive branch has power over bringing and dropping charges, and judges have no business second-guessing such decisions except for “extraordinary” cases, such as when a prosecutor goes rogue because of being bribed or when the judge suspects prosecutorial harassment, a situation where the government plans to drop the charges only to bring the case again for a do-over.

    None of this applies to the Flynn case, where, the DOJ says, the case record “including newly available materials” showed the interviewing agents “and higher-ups at the FBI doubted that Flynn was willfully lying.”

    Moreover, the department moved to dismiss “with prejudice,” meaning the case can’t be brought again, and Flynn agrees with the dismissal, dispelling harassment concerns.

    “The parties and now a panel of this Court agree that this case should come to an end,” the DOJ said. “Yet the district judge, first through his contemplation of extended and intrusive proceedings on the government’s motion to dismiss and now through his petition for rehearing en banc, insists on keeping the litigation going.”

    A majority of the appeals court judges would have to back Sullivan’s petition for it to go through. Seven of the 12 active judges were appointed by Democrat presidents. While judicial decisions don’t always break along party lines, the Flynn case has had broad political implications, particularly since the emergence of the January 2017 notes indicating that both President Barack Obama and then-Vice President Joe Biden were personally involved in the case.

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    1. ^^^ Sweat! Late this week, likely next week, Sullivan’s request for En Banc will be flushed (denied).

      Then my only question, what entity WILL toss Flynn case with prejudice.

      Liked by 9 people

  4. The Library

    Direct link to article about Chinese Espionage from Houston consulate:

    Washington Examiner

    Why the US ordered China’s Houston consulate closed
    The State Department ordered closed China’s Houston consulate in response to Beijing’s use of that consulate for highly aggressive espionage efforts against U.S. intellectual property and American citizens of Chinese ancestry.

    Harold Wren

    Liked by 11 people

  5. Margot Cleveland@ProfMJCleveland
    Jul 21
    I put the “out to lunch” sign up in my pro bono legal shop for a couple hours to provide an update on the @GenFlynn filings by@SidneyPowell1 and feds.
    Briefs Duel Over Whether Sullivan Can Keep Harassing Michael Flynn
    While there is no set time limit for a vote, we should know the answer within about 10 days. And if we haven’t heard by then, here’s what it likely means.

    Margot Cleveland@ProfMJCleveland
    Jul 21
    2/ So, read mine first because it’s mile high version with some inside baseball details of what happens behind the scenes. Then read @shipwreckedcrew b/c he does a deep dive on the legal arguments, including the one I found the most fascinating-Providence.
    Quote Tweet

    · Jul 21
    Here you go — “DOJ To Sullivan — You Needed Our Permission To Seek En Banc Review.”

    Margot Cleveland@ProfMJCleveland
    Jul 21

    3/ Most fascinating: Providence. But also most fascinating for a total law nerd–so I guess he out nerded me! BUT if I were drafting a comment for a judge, it would read: “While Bob makes some good points in his dissent, as the Solicitor General and U.S. Attorney’s office

    Margot Cleveland@ProfMJCleveland
    Jul 21
    4/ point out, there are many procedural hurdles that would need to be overcome before reaching the merits of this case. That fact and the extremely rare factual scenario presented by the petition make this case inappropriate for en banc review. Accordingly, I vote to deny the

    Margot Cleveland@ProfMJCleveland

    5/ the petition for rehearing en banc.”

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  6. shipwreckedcrew@shipwreckedcrew

    Senate Judiciary released typewritten notes of Peter Strzok re a NYT article claiming FBI was looking at conversations between Trump Campaign officials and Russian Intelligence. All false according to Strzok. Possible implications here:

    Notes By Peter Strzok Regarding New York Times Article in Feb. 2017 Implicates Comey and McCabe in…
    FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok is seated before the the House Committees on the Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform prior to a hearing on “Oversight of FBI and DOJ Actions…

    2:45 PM · Jul 20, 2020·Twitter Web App

    Jul 20
    Replying to @shipwreckedcrew

    The timing of the release of these two documents isn’t insignificant. It’s not like someone was just rummaging around an old box full of records and came across them. These have been part of the FBI case file since they were created.

    Jul 20

    The fact that they were withheld as long as they were meant they did not want people “implicated” in the investigation, but who had not read them or been aware of their existence, to know the info they contained. Now that concern has passed.

    Jul 20
    As I stated in the article, the NYT story is clearly a fake plant — but it had a purpose. I suggested what I thought it was. Leak investigations have been ongoing for years, but you would not indict until everything was done. As a prosecutor on a multi-front investigation…

    Jul 20
    You want to wait until you have everything ready to go before you transition from the investigation to the courtroom. In the courtroom you are obligated to start giving up information to the defense–like these two documents. So you don’t indict until you are ready to do that.

    Jul 20
    The fact that Senate Judiciary was cleared to release these means Durham is close to acting — he’s no longer concerned about what impact public disclosure of these two documents will have on his investigation.

    Liked by 12 people

  7. J Michael Waller
    ‘Defending Against Biothreats,’
    ‘s new collected work, is #1 on Amazon’s list of books on terrorism, edging out
    ‘s ‘The Outpost.’

    Defending Against Biothreats, the Center for Security Policy’s newest book, is #1 on Amazon’s list of new releases about terrorism.

    Center President Fred Fleitz edited the work with twelve other writers to learn lessons from the Wuhan Virus pandemic.

    Defending Against Biothreats occupies two places in Amazon’s top 10 new books on terrorism:

    The print edition is #1, edging out Jake Tapper’s The Outpost: The Most Heroic Battle of the Afghanistan War.
    The Kindle edition of Defending Against Biothreats places at #6, tipping Max Blumenthal’s The Management of Savagery.
    On the first week of its release, Defending Against Biothreats ranks 26th among all books on terrorism sold on Amazon.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. “You want to wait until you have everything ready to go before you transition from the investigation to the courtroom. In the courtroom you are obligated to start giving up information to the defense–like these two documents. So you don’t indict until you are ready to do that.”

    James Wolfe, Head of Security for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence comes to mind.
    An investigation was done, evidence was gathered, a crime was established and gosh golly, the investigation documents never made it to the courtroom.

    Liked by 9 people

  9. Just a quick note:

    Tomorrow, I will be around, but more to clean out notifications and get friendly stuff out of the bin than anything else. I have a LONG day ahead. Please, behave yourselves.

    (I swear when all of this is over, I’m headed for a day of beauty. I need a massage, and can’t shape my nails for crap.)

    Liked by 12 people

    1. You DESERVE a day off ! We will behave…

      can’t speak for the bin… 😉

      Thank you for all that you do Dep Pat…

      Apologize for not expressing our appreciation often enough… all of us thank you…

      Liked by 8 people

      1. This is NOT a day off. We’re being invaded, and I have some blitzkrieg type housework to get done first. I took care of most of the grocery shopping today.

        Plus, I’m cleaning up my novels for publication on Amazon. So, I’m just busy.

        Liked by 6 people


    Flag of United States 𝟜𝟘ℍ𝕖𝕒𝕕 Flag of United States ⭐⭐⭐ Flag of United States

    1/2. A 12 yr old girl is betrayed by her family. They sell her off to a beastly, violent man who beats her. The appearance of her torn clothes implies she’s been raped as well. After years of abuse, eventually she is rescued.

    The story is used to make a very dark, rated R movie.

    5:28 PM · Jul 22, 2020·Twitter Web App

    2/2. Or, Disney makes it into a “family movie” cartoon. 100’s of millions of toddlers watch through innocent eyes. Collectibles caricatures are made for McDonald’s kid’s meals. It becomes a ride at Disney Land.

    You pay $$$ for your children to experience the “MAGIC”.


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    1. Are we supposin and reachin an awful lot here?

      Or put another way, don’t we have enough real horrors to handle without creating ones out of thin air?



  11. Press conference. Vaccines over the top, remdesivir, steroids, masks, distancing, hand washing. Nothing about HCQ, prophylactically or as a therapeutic. Sorry to be a broken record, but I just don’t get it. Here’s the Yale prof., MD/epidemiologist from 7/20.

    Liked by 8 people

    1. I don’t get it either. We know a lot of doctors are using it. And we know that POTUS secured millions of doses of it when this thing began. I also seem to remember a study that showed Remdesivir didn’t work all that well.

      I just turned the briefing off because the fake news idiots are just totally intolerable today. I really don’t know how POTUS can be so patient. I’d be knocking heads together right and left.

      Liked by 10 people

      1. If the whole point is to treat early and keep the treatment outpatient – as I said I simply don’t get it. You’re right, remdesivir does not have the same success % – and it’s IV only. I don’t understand what his point was in stating that he takes the prophylactic dose. Why bother?

        And as far as the reporters, I wish these broadcasts were no press.

        Liked by 5 people

          1. The Zelenko preventive dose is 5 consecutive days then once a week. Always with 50 mg zinc. The malaria prophylaxis dosage is once a week – no mention of a loading dose.

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            1. I’m drinking quinine water daily, taking zinc and quercetin.

              An old construction friend of mine used to proselytize double-dipped fence nails. He said, “You feel a cold coming on, or the flu, just put one of these zinc no-rust nails in your mouth for a half day. You’ll beat that damn thing flat.”

              You are not any less manly for dulling the point on that nail.

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              1. I’m taking HCQ/zinc – began the 5 days on 5/3. And now every Monday. And Quercetin/C with zinc on the other days.


      1. I understand the necessity of the mask nonsense. My problem is making a rush-job vaccine(s) the centerpiece, with the simple, proven treatment left unmentioned.

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  12. Her eyes are going pop out completely when atf and dhs start making a difference.

    Breaking911 (@Breaking911) Tweeted:
    WATCH: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot suggests Trump is sending federal law enforcement to crime-riddled cities because the Mayors are women

    Liked by 4 people

      1. I am wondering if IT is actually human.

        As far as the ‘Woman’ remark goes, well the DemonRat female Mayors have certainly given women a major black eye as far as management ability goes.

        Liked by 9 people

    1. Sleestack: “Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot suggests Trump is sending federal law enforcement to crime-riddled cities because the Mayors are women”


      That’s all she has left, the ‘pathetic woman card’.

      Why can’t any of you control the crime in your cities, Mayor Sleestack?

      Whatever the answer to that question is, it has nothing at all to do with President Trump!

      You’ve got nothing left but B.S.

      What a pathetic excuse for leadership 😂🤣😂

      Liked by 10 people

  13. 4612
    Jul 22, 2020 12:44:54 PM EDT
    Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: c8fd87 No. 10045084

    Many thousands of MSDNC direct attacks have failed to control the reach [sway opinion] and prevent growth [‘free-thought’].
    When direct attacks [use of inserts [cutouts]] fail > censorship [ban] deployed as aggressive method to slow/limit growth.
    Next: more ‘act of violence’ frame-ups
    If you posed no threat [reach and topics] to their control [information dominance] they would not continue to expend ammunition.
    They would not care.
    #2 attacked topic [#1 POTUS].

    Liked by 12 people

  14. Donald J. Trump
    I am deeply saddened by the loss of my friend Charles Evers. Charles was a trail blazer in politics and a fearless leader, alongside his brother Medgar, for Civil Rights.

    Liked by 12 people

  15. Hand her over or force them to clise the consulate, exoel all the diplomats within, and taje her into custody.

    DOJ Bombshell: Chinese Consulate In San Francisco Harboring ‘Active Duty’ PLA Researcher Wanted By FBI

    “Amid a crazy day of ordered consulate closures, alleged death and bomb threats made against the Chinese Embassy in Washington and diplomatic wrangling, and on threats out of Beijing to “respond” in a devastating way to Trump’s growing pressure campaign and China-related sanctions, Axios is just out with a bombshell late in the day Wednesday that ensures the tit-for-tat will only grow much more intense.

    “A researcher who lied about her affiliation with a Chinese military university entered the Chinese consulate in San Francisco after being interviewed by the FBI on June 20 about alleged visa fraud and has remained there, according to an FBI assessment in court filings dated July 20,” Axios writes. 

    If accurate, this would give some level of evidence to support Senator Marco Rubio’s earlier charged allegation that “China’s Houston consulate is a massive spy center, forcing it to close is long overdue,” as he tweeted, riling Chinese diplomats and pundits. He called it and others a “spy shop” which is part of the “Communist Party’s vast network of spies & influence operations in the United States.”

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      1. I’m always amused by those birds in amusement parks — are they sparrows? I thought they might be wrens.

        They obviously figured out that people out to have fun won’t whack one while outdoor dining. And they’ll get within inches of people. They’ll pick stuff off of trays that people are carrying to the trash! And they know that the safest place to hang out is under occupied seats.

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    1. Oops! No – that was the one I was going to watch but got distracted by this one instead and this is the one that is funny and lighter …


  16. Uber Announces Participating in Contact Tracing – They Will Turn You in to Health Authorities

    July 22, 2020
    by Brian Shilhavy, Activist Post

    As I reported yesterday, law-abiding citizens are now being arrested in their homes with ankle monitors to prevent them from leaving in some parts of the U.S., if one of the family members tests positive for COVID. See:

    Will Enough Americans Resist Tyranny? Formerly Law Abiding Citizens Now Criminalized as Prisons are Emptied

    Today, FiercePharma is reporting that Uber is now participating with health authorities to help with contact tracing. So if you thought that you could avoid being arrested in your own home by simply refusing to get a COVID test from among the more than 100 fast-tracked inaccurate COVID tests currently on the market, think again.

    Liked by 11 people

    1. ” So if you thought that you could avoid being arrested in your own home by simply refusing to get a COVID test from among the more than 100 fast-tracked inaccurate COVID tests currently on the market, think again.”


      Ummm… was I even supposed to get a China Virus test?

      Unless you’re the president or a member of his regular circle, why would anybody get tested, unless they had reason to think they might be, you know… actually sick?

      And besides that, the real question is, who tests the testers? 😁

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    1. Just went over to Parler to follow Praying Medic. Did I mention that Parler really sucks as an interface? I mean, really, really bad.

      What happened to GAB – so much better.

      Askin’ for a friend … 😉

      Liked by 9 people

            1. It does ask for a phone number.
              But you can opt not to give it…there is a clicky to opt out, but it is waaaay at the bottom of that window — so I think it may not be visible to people using a small-screen device.

              I found out that you have to be “verified” for the DM’s to work for you.

              Liked by 1 person

    1. Dr. Uncle Mike: “Masks eliminate need for mail in voting. But wearing a mask will absolutely create a need for Voter ID.”


      How does that work, exactly?

      If you have a MASK on, how does the worker at the polling place verify your I.D. is actually yours, i.e., that the person on the I.D. matches the person presenting it — unless you pull down your mask?

      And if you pull down your mask, then WHAT GOOD COULD IT POSSIBLY BE TO WEAR THE MASK, even in imaginary ‘masks work!’ land? 😂🤣😂

      This is the problem, when you start with a false construct to begin with. No matter what you do, no matter how you try to do it — if you start with a false construct, then in the end, you still have a bogus false construct.


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