30 vs 45,000 -who won? Who is closing down in Fear?

The United States Cannot Afford To Politicize Patriotism. Tristan Justice – “A nation that hates itself cannot survive as a governable nation, and when that hatred is polarized, it will only feed on itself as polarization grows.”

“These are not fringe activists vilifying the United States as insidiously evil. These are some of the most prominent power players in the political establishment today, up to and including the White House, who have now appear to have taken over the Democratic Party. Last summer, a Quillette survey showed 44 percent of self-identifying liberals supported destroying the monument at Mount Rushmore. The Democratic Party endorsed the idea with a tweet

Face masks became the most visible sign of pandemic polarization when they transformed from an alleged tool of viral mitigation to markers of a political stripe no different from progressive pronoun bios to signal one’s sex.

This is a call on progressives to take a step back and acknowledge that in the end, America is a truly exceptional nation that empowers them with the very rights they’ve embraced to tear it down. They might want to think through the historically likely results of doing so.

MUST SEE… COMPARE AND CONTRAST: Which Candidate Won the 2020 Election? Jim Hoft – “One of these candidates received over 75 million votes in the 2020 election. They tell us the other one had 81 million votes!”

Capitol, symbol of democracy, off-limits on Independence Day. Lisa Mascaro – “The one-two punch of the coronavirus pandemic that shuttered the Capitol’s doors in the spring of 2020 and the deadly insurrection by then-President Donald Trump’s supporters on Jan. 6 has left the icon of American democracy unopen to all but a select few.” [It’s the AP so you have to read around the bias and the questionable assertions.]

“Lawmakers have struggled over the past year with their own mixed emotions over the shuttered doors, wary of returning to the Capitol when a segment of their colleagues, mainly Republicans, refuse to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Two elected officials have died of COVID-19 complications.” …
… White nationalists and other far-right groups loyal to Trump stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, and were among those trying to overturn Biden’s victory.

But not since the end of the War of 1812, when the British invaded in 1814, has the seat of American democracy seen an attack like the one this year.

They miss the Kavenaugh hearings riots, the Trump inaugural riots, and other episodes that put lie to January 6 being especially dangerous. They also describe 5 deaths when only one, the Ashley Babbit murder by a police officer, had anything to do with the disturbance. This narrative and the pandemic are used to incite fear and distrust to support closing the Capital and eliminating many July 4 traditions.

Bill Cosby has been released from prison. Neo – “My conclusion at the time was that the trial in which Cosby was convicted was a real miscarriage of justice, whether or not he was guilty.” … “The bottom line is that the release was the right decision, and it shouldn’t have taken this long to come to it. Why did the prosecution get away with their misconduct in the first place? For one thing, the conviction occurred at the height of MeToo. For another, Cosby had enraged the left by saying that black people should take more responsibility for their problems, and so corners were cut in order to convict him.”

Howard Dean Under Fire For Defending Cosby [Updated]. Jonathan Turley – “While the Court differed on what errors warranted such action, all of the justices agreed that the trial was fundamentally flawed. Indeed, it was a disgrace and Cosby could sue for malicious prosecution.” [the title is about Dean Rashad at Howard University]

COVID-19 Pandemic And Vaccine Update. Thomas T. Siler – “In the first article, I outlined the new vaccines and struck a cautious tone on calling them safe and effective, since there was not enough evidence to do so.” … “Initial vaccine side effects seemed to be limited to reactions at the time of injection and a handful of anaphylaxis reactions (life-threatening allergic reactions). Now, though, when one analyzes the VAERS data, which reports adverse vaccine reactions, we see many more side effects from the vaccines.” … “Recommendations moving forward:” [8 of them well worth considering]

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