As you can tell from the tweet, DeSantis was responding to a Heritage Foundation video, in which Kara Frederick, a research fellow at the Heritage Foundation, testifies in a House Energy and Commerce Committee, Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing, describing a massive disparity in who is censored by the Big Tech Masters of the Universe and the tools that Facebook uses to censor right-leaning content.
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On Wednesday, Brandon declared that the supply chain is in “very strong shape” as America heads into the Christmas season. During the speech, Biden said “It’s not because of luck. We averted potential crisis by figuring out what needed to get fixed, and then we brought the people together to do the hard work of fixing it.”
Red states like Texas, Florida, and Georgia stayed relatively free. There might have been temporary shutdowns, but things quickly got back more or less to normal. Businesses stayed open and citizens weren’t oppressed by a Stalinist police state. Blue states went more down the full totalitarian path and crushed small businesses, smacked down anyone that didn’t wear a mask or get the Fauci ouchie, and are still acting insane.
As you know, the Marxist organization known as “Black Lives Matter” hates America with a burning passion. Instead of just enjoying the Thanksgiving holiday with their friends and family, the BLM Twitter account attempted to shame Americans.
“You are eating dry turkey and overcooked stuffing on stolen land,” BLM tweeted on Thursday. “Colonization never ended, it just became normalized.”
Robert Francis O’Rourke might not be the sharpest tool in the shed, as the banal generalities he fills that interview with show, but, apparently, he’s smart enough to grasp that being seen with President Brandon, whose approval ratings are sinking like a rock, won’t help him out. Unfortunately for him, that one bright thought probably won’t matter; as the protester said, O’Rourke has already lost twice. Texans don’t want him in charge.
For example, they described Kyle Rittenhouse’s shooting of three thugs attacking him as “racist.” How? Everyone involved was white. Did Rittenhouse’s shooting of a white person bashing him over the head with a skateboard show his “belief that race is a fundamental determinant of human traits and capacities?” No! That’s utterly absurd. Even if the person attacking him were black, there’s no way it would have shown racism.
But real America couldn’t care less. It loves Trump’s style, his fighting spirit, his energy, and his inner determination. Whatever the personal cost, they want America to succeed and would do anything to get there. A percentage point or two of GDP don’t matter if it means crushing China. Higher prices don’t matter if it means the return of factories to America.
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It’s important to remember that the year-over-year changes take the economic disaster that was 2020 into account. Consumers that were already worried about the economy due to the Covid lockdowns and/or massive government spending in 2020 not only didn’t change their minds, but also grew even more worried about the state of the economy.
And that’s why they hate him. Despite their preening, despite their attacks on aesthetics and beauty, despite their attempts to erase the past, deep down they know that a male that can’t defend himself isn’t really a man. And Rittenhouse’s existence as a young man that successfully defended himself from multiple attackers reminds them that they can’t defend themselves, and thus aren’t really men.
A report from national moving company North American Moving Services revealed that Illinois, New York, and New Jersey were the top three outbound states in 2020, with Idaho, Arizona, and Tennessee receiving the highest share of incoming residents among states. The top five outbound states were rounded off by California and Maryland , where the inbound-outbound ratios were 36%-64% and 39%-61% respectively, while North Carolina and South Carolina stood among the five highest inbound states.
Voters have caught on and they’re not going to vote for a Conservative, Inc. candidate that mumbles the right things from time to time but obviously is lacking in both vision and courage. They want someone like Trump who throws convention to the wind and fights to preserve (or should I say conserve, since, theoretically, we’re conservatives) that real America of our ancestors.
It’s likely that both that damage and a wearing off of the George Floyd effect are behind the group’s current lack of support. For, as Newshourfirst reports, BLM experienced a massive upswing in support after Floyd’s death, but that support evaporated as the group’s Marxist roots and violent propensities came to light over the summer of 2020, an effect which has likely built over time:
University Of Michigan Paid CRT-Peddling Lunatics $266 In Taxpayer Dollars Per MINUTE For A Zoom Call
Kendi’s similarly expensive event, an event where he discussed a book that praises Malcom X, a preacher of violence, was hosted by University of Michigan’s School of Education, School of Social Work, Rackham Graduate School, and Michigan Ross School of Business, so it was likely also funded by thousands of taxpayer dollars.
As I’m sure is the case with many of you, I was often told when I was growing up that I could be anything. A cowboy? Sure. An astronaut? Sure. Even president? Sure, why not! Anyone can be president in America!
Well, if the past few presidents (other than Trump, of course), haven’t made us rethink that notion, I don’t know what will.
Under Trump, things were improving, in many cases rapidly. Military readiness was increasing, the economy was booming, companies were reshoring profits and jobs, and, most importantly, Americans across the country glimpsed the vision of American Greatness that should be omnipresent in our lives.
And while we joke about meteorologists, they’ve gotten pretty good at their jobs. Even if they’re sometimes wrong or slightly off, they’re typically right about the next few days, at least in the temperate clime of the Southeast. Not good enough to predict the climate out for a thousand years, as climate change “scientists” claim is possible, mind you, but good enough to know if going fishing in the afternoon is a good idea.
The German Peasant’s War, as described above, was a massive conflict in the 16th Century that spanned much of central Europe, led to much bloodshed, and helped speed along the titanic shifts already enveloping much of the continent. Sparked by high taxes, the burdens imposed on the peasantry by the ruling class, and the lords no longer fulfilling their end of the relationship, it was a war fought to a final, bitter end. Though the peasant armies lost, in the end, their efforts weren’t entirely without benefit; the lords, though they won, remained far more cautious in dealing with the peasantry.
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What made Apple products so much better than the competition? Aesthetics. They might not work as well as a Windows product for productive tasks, they cost far more than the competition, and they’re far harder to maintain or repair than other, similar products. Yet people line up to buy them. In these dark times, these days without beauty, we unwittingly grasp at anything that fills the hole in our soul. A consumer product won’t fill it, but, because its aesthetics remind us of the beauty that was once omnipresent, we subconsciously hope it will.
America was a wonderful place because her citizens were free. They could do as they pleased, safety be damned, and they did those things well. They settled the west and built the railroads despite Indians, climate challenges, and scarce supplies. They went to the moon, made electricity practical for private use, invented the machine gun, and built the skyscrapers without safety harnesses. America, for a brief, shining moment, was a truly free nation full of free men.
It used to be that both parties could go along to get along and America would be relatively well off either way. One gets the sense it didn’t much matter whether Nixon or JFK was president, things would have been somewhat similar either way, however dire and important the elections seemed at the time. Such is life during the calmer phases of history’s cycles.
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