atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,
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atomic_fungus

#7467: Another bleeding communist.



"Historic Moments" posted that. The woman pictured there was a member of a communist organization.

Not a hero.

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Well, the Georgia runoff election is today, and I already know that the Democrat candidates will win 163% to 47%, because they're using the same rigged machines they used in the presidential election; and even if the Republicans get enough real votes to win, the ones counting those votes can just stop the count while the Democrats fervently fabricate another 100,000 votes to swing the total over the top for the Democrats. Nothing has been done to prevent it, so the Democrats can steal the senatorial races exactly the same way they stole the presidential one.

I don't know why anyone thinks there's any question that the Democrats will "win" this election. It's not going to be any more honest than the presidential election was, and the Democrat candidates will be sent to the Senate by the corrupt Georgia state government.

File this one under "no evidence of vote fraud".

See? It's already starting. "Dominion machines in... 3 of the largest Republican precincts...are down...They are told they can't scan their ballots because the machines don't work..." Funny how you can't scan a ballot if the thing is unplugged from the wall outlet, right?

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This rings the death knell for Googe. Their white-collar work force has unionized.

Right now it's only a few hundred out of the tens of thousands, but it will get worse. And Googe will gradually stop being profitable, to the point that it collapses much the same way Hostess did. It won't happen next week or even next year, but it will happen.

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If it was not the Democrats doing it, the headline would read REPUBLICANS USE NATIONAL GUARD TO PREVENT PEACEFUL PROTEST or some shit. Democrats trying to prevent a right-wing protest, out comes the National Guard.

I haven't heard anything about the protests scheduled for today except that the head of the Proud Boys was arrested at the airport, for something he did months ago.

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The New York COVID shitshow continues. This time, they're talking about fining hospitals which don't vaccinate enough people.

Wow.

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Speaking of the flu, here's some wisdom about masks from the last major flu epidemic. That's some fine sarcasm, there.

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The pandemic situation in Los Angeles is pretty dire, because there are a hell of a lot of illegal immigrants living there. About 70% of the COVID hospitalizations there are hispanic people, the medical system is giving off ominous creaking noises, and so ambulance drivers are being told not to transport obvious deaders. "If after 20 minutes of effort the EMS crew cannot get your heart pumping, there you’ll stay. Makes sense, but, yeesh. They are also beginning to ration *oxygen.*"

It's bad in LA, but then California is a third world country.

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"Mr. McNulty has made a personal decision to resign from the Board of Education effective immediately." Mainly because he was not living in the city and that's kind of mandated by the job, so he's made a "personal decision" to resign. Rather than, y'know, get fired for lying about where he lived.

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I've got a fiver that the charges against this guy are merely an excuse to kill him. I'd further bet that he's being executed for a political reason, rather than because of his alleged crimes.

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It's kind of amazing, in a way.
Cava is a Mediterranean style restaurant. Hummus, Falafel, salads, etc. Not to be overly prejudiced, but food that is very popular with white, upper middle class people. Pissing off your primary customer demographic is a bad idea.
Especially in a plandemic where restaurants are hurting for customers.

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Believing that they have won the War on Trump, the left now goes to war against itself to determine who will run things from now on. The internecine fighting always follows their victories.

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That's about all I've got. I'm feeling pretty flat, so I think I'll just go play WoW and forget the world for a few hours.

I have no idea what tomorrow will bring. Will something happen? Will nothing happen? I mean, "anything out of the ordinary"?

If President Trump doesn't have something planned for tomorrow I will be one of the most disappointed-ass motherfuckers on the planet. I mean to say, if Trump's plan is, "No, I'm not leaving, because I won!" and that's all--if there's no kraken, no avalanche of evidence, no arrests of treasonous officials or anything, if (in short) the President does not cross the Rubicon, but instead stops fighting--I am going to be disappointed.

I say "tomorrow" but in reality, any time up to the 20th is ripe for Trump to act. I don't know what his plans are, and I am merely taking it on faith that he does, in fact, have plans to deal with this; and if he doesn't, and he's just going to walk out of the White House on January 20th...that would be a sore disappointment to me.

Win or lose, I want to see him fight these assholes. I honestly believe he went to the trouble of running for the office because he identified the necessity of fighting them, and I think it'd be out of character for him not to fight now.

I don't know if tomorrow is D-day, or what, but by now it is painfully obvious that the GOP establishment is not going to fight the obvious and real Democrat insurrection that the election fuckery represents. Their attitude is, "Well, we'll get them next time," but they don't seem to understand that there is not going to BE a next time if the Democrats are allowed to get away with this.

I am heartened by Trump's call to the governor of Georgia, because that tells me that there is a trap that will be sprung. He would not have been trying to give the man one last chance to do the right thing if he was just going to sit back and fume in the Oval Office. The other states have Democrat governors, and I don't see Trump offering them even so much as a "how do you do", but since Spergerbator (or whatever his name is) has the "R" by his name I figure it's a professional courtesy extended to a member of the same political party.

So tomorrow may be Der Tag and it may not be, but even if it is, I'm not convinced that we're going to hear about it. The press has a vested interest in keeping a lid on any positive development for Trump, and our side may decide to keep things quiet in the name of operational security. On the other hand, if things go spectacularly wrong for the commie creeps, the press will be blasting 72-point type all over the place about Trump declaring himself emperor, or something equally inane; and the closer he gets to cleaning out the swamp for good and all, the louder their screaming will be.

No news is not good news, but the leftist press bawling its eyes out about how Trump is a fascist may be the best news we've had in a while. I don't know. I do know that I wish the GOP establishment was composed of vertebrate life forms rather than animate dishrags, because then a lot of this wouldn't be necessary.

But I might as well wish for a pony.

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Anyway, I figure those monsters in Azeroth won't kill themselves (unless they somehow get dirt on a Clinton) so I'd better go take care of some of the mess. At least that's a mess I can handle.
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