It’s complicated: Clinton Corruption, Dissonance, Leftists and Christians, The Truckers

The People’s House vs the people, and the law, and whatever other nuisance they encounter – Corrupt politicians Clinton and Biden – Gaslighting or Dissonance? – fact checkers and tactics – anchors aweigh as Sci Am moves even farther into wokeland.

The Capitol Police Are Spying on Members of Congress, and the Details Are Incredibly Disturbing. Bonchie — “The events of January 6th have been used as a pretense by partisans for all kinds of insanity over the last year.” … “Bleating that “we are trying to keep people safe” is not a blanket authorization for the federal government to do whatever it wants. There are supposed to be boundaries, and I believe those boundaries are being violated here, certainly in spirit.”

House Democrats Won’t Release Required Staff Reports In J6 Probe. Tristan Justice – “The American people deserve a transparent accounting of the J6 Committee’s operations, budget, and staff structure, as well as its interview and deposition procedures,” Banks and Davis wrote as the partisan probe violates norms and targets political opponents. … “The Jan. 6 Select Committee has also developed a record of fabricating documents and timelines.”

House Republicans Demand Records Over Capitol Police Surveillance Of Constituents. Tristan Justice — “House lawmakers questioned the authority under which Capitol Police may engage in the extensive surveillance of private citizens.”

“The right to petition your government is baked into the Constitution of the United States, right there in the First Amendment,” Bovard wrote. “That does not include submitting to a virtual cavity search, and having private records stored as a result, without your knowledge or consent.”

What Did Clinton Know and When Did She Know It? The Russiagate Evidence Builds. Paul Sperry — “With each new indictment and court filing, Clinton inches closer to the center of the special prosecutor’s investigation, now in its third year.”

Why Putin Hasn’t Been Deterred. Victor Davis Hanson  — “Americans also grudgingly accept that Ukraine was often historically part of Russia.”

Why Do Media Ignore Biden Family’s Corruption? I & I Editorial Board — “It’s a curious thing: Obvious, credible signs about a prominent political family emerge, but federal authorities at the Justice Department and elsewhere do nothing. Meanwhile, leftist media “watchdogs,” in a classic case of gaslighting, pretend that nothing has happened.”

Accepting money and doing political favors on behalf of a potentially hostile foreign nation isn’t just wrong; it’s a felony. Worse, it’s a betrayal of the American people’s trust. If the big media truly care about repairing their low standing with average Americans, they might start by doing something they’ve failed to do so far: Their jobs.

‘Walk Away’ Activist Brandon Straka Can Finally Speak About Being Under the FBI’s Thumb After Jan 6. Victoria Taft — “Straka was in D.C., as many activists were, to give a speech on Trump’s behalf. Going to, but not inside, the Capitol Building after President Trump’s speech turned into a “year long nightmare” in which he suffered “from the abuse of the legal process” and a “savage campaign to destroy me. It didn’t.”

Why The Wall Street Journal Is Wrong About The 2020 Election. William Doyle — “The problem is not ‘mass voter fraud,’ but a privately funded ‘shadow campaign’ for Joe Biden within the formal structure of the election system.”

Expert Hacker’s 25,000-Word ‘Secret Report’ Threatens to Uncover Georgia’s Real Election Vulnerabilities. Kyle Becker — “Halderman found that malicious software could be installed on voting touchscreens so that votes are changed in QR codes printed on paper ballots, which are then scanned to record votes, according to court documents,”

Fact-Checkers Are Used To Confuse The Public: Sharyl Attkisson. Masooma Haq and Jan Jekielek via The Epoch Times — “Five-time Emmy award-winning journalist Sharyl Attkisson said she has seen an increased effort to manipulate the public to appreciate censorship and disapprove of journalism. One of the strategies that has been employed is the use of third-party fact-checkers”

Dealing with Cognitive Dissonance. Jack Gleason — “holding conflicting views can be very uncomfortable.  The term “cognitive dissonance” comes up regularly in political discussions, probably because these issues are rarely cut and dried, but are considered very important” … “Don’t argue your points, instead keep asking more questions.” … “If we can’t learn how to talk honestly with each other, our country will remain permanently divided, and a divided house will soon fall.”

Shareholder Capitalism v. Stakeholder Capitalism. Chris Talgo — “For centuries, the chief objective of public corporations in the United States has been to maximize shareholder profits. Although this may seem rapacious, it is not.” … “After hundreds of years of astonishing success, we should be celebrating shareholder capitalism for all of the remarkable achievements it has helped usher into our lives.”

Emulating Islam: The Left’s War on the Christian Cross. Raymond Ibrahim — “In many ways, the “secular Left” and Islam appear to be diametrically opposed: the Left is sexually promiscuous, Islam isn’t; the Left believes in countless genders, Islam doesn’t; the Left believes in all sorts of freedoms, Islam believes only in draconian sharia — and so on and so forth.  – When it comes to Islam’s views on Christianity, however — that it is an inferior faith to be subjugated and discriminated against (Koran 9:29) — the Left appears to be in agreement.”

LGBTQ activists are vigorously attacking Christianity. Andrea Widburg — “Leftism truly hates the Bible.  Their creed is inconsistent with the Bible’s commitment to the worth of the individual, its focus on justice, and its insistence on moral standards.”

How To ‘Prove’ A Chemical Is Dangerous: The Glyphosate Case Study. Cameron English – “The fact that GM Watch wants to elevate a single study over this massive body of peer-reviewed evidence, as well as the conclusions of 16 regulatory and scientific agencies, should set off alarm bells in your head.” … “that doesn’t negate the simple fact that we have to account for all the evidence we have before drawing conclusions.”

The New Lysenkoism. Nicholas Wade — “Scientific American’s broadside against E. O. Wilson fits a fashionable, science-denying trend.”

The Numbers Don’t Lie.  John Hinderaker — “Some jurisdictions pursued aggressive shutdown strategies to “fight” covid, while others did not. These shutdowns made no apparent difference in covid rates, but they had devastating consequences for the livelihoods of millions of Americans.”

Sen. Ron Johnson’s Latest Covid Panel Reveals 800,000 People And Counting Want ‘A Second Opinion’. Kylee Zemoel — “ Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin hosted a panel of experts on Capitol Hill on Monday for an event dubbed “COVID-19: A Second Opinion,” to discuss early treatment of the coronavirus and so-called vaccines — and there was quite an audience for it.”

You’ll stand up and cheer after seeing these Canadian trucker convoy videos. Andrea Widburg — “it probably shouldn’t be a surprise that Canada’s truckers, rather than meekly yielding to this unreasonable, tyrannical mandate, organized a vast convoy (70 km long) that’s traveling to Ottawa, Canada’s capital.” … “One more thing: As you look at those truckers, remember that nonviolent protests by shipyard workers in the Polish city of Gdansk started the domino effect that pulled down the entire Soviet Union.”

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