Why Do We Continue to Follow the Nonsensical?

Yes, It Was a Stolen Election. John Perazzo – “What follows is a compilation of vital facts that will demonstrate, to anyone interested in following the truth wherever it may lead, that the 2020 presidential election was indeed rife with fraud, and that Joe Biden, if he should in fact be sworn into office next month, will be an illegitimate president from the very start.”

in the comments: Allston → dwayne robertson – “It appears that they took the Carter/Baker report and used it in the same way we’d speak of Orwell’s 1984 – not as a warning but an instruction manual.”

Good news, bad news…the left can’t discern the difference. Patricia McCarthy – “Again, one has only to watch a few minutes of CNN or MSNBC to observe their foaming-at-the-mouth hysteria at this bit of truth.” … “Are they embarrassed by the ignoble tactics they employed to that end? Not at all. It is what they do, it is who they are.”

WHO Deletes Naturally Acquired Immunity from Its Website. Jeffrey Tucker – “Maybe you have some sense that something fishy is going on? Same. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.” … “now I have another piece of evidence to add to the mile-high pile of fishy mess.”

The Thanksgiving Surge Never Happened, But That Won’t Stop Them From Banning Christmas. Daniel Greenfield – “The public health experts are never wrong. Just ask a public health expert.”

“Week after week went by and the headlines slowly changed from, “Potential COVID-19 surge following Thanksgiving could cause ‘humanitarian crisis,’” to “Post-Thanksgiving COVID-19 surge expected to show in data this week” to “Doctors say post-Thanksgiving surge could still be coming” to “Coronavirus surge feared after Thanksgiving has not appeared”.

Why Do We Continue to Follow Nonsensical COVID Rules? David Solway – “The only demonstrable result of government-imposed COVID-19 lockdowns has been the destruction of national economies, the crippling of domestic and cultural life, the suffering and death of multitudes due to untreated prior medical conditions, and the drastic rise in suicide rates.”

The Geek in Pictures: MP on the Loose Edition. Steven Hayward – “roundup of notable charts and graphs that are worth the proverbial 1,000-word picture. ”

1619 and All That. Salvatore Babones – “the aristocratic Jamestown colony of the Virginia Company, founded in 1607 and focused on cash crops, was only one of three early settlements of what would become the United States. The second was New Amsterdam, founded as a trading colony in 1614, with the first permanent settlement on Manhattan island established in 1624. … The third major settlement of what was to become the United States began as an accident. The 101 settlers and fifty or so crew of the Mayflower left the port of Plymouth in Devon on September 16, 1620, bound for the Virginia colony.”

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