1. At this point you have to wonder if anyone voted for Biden at all
2. A California Sheriff more concerned with the law than with being a thug for the state
Here are some non-communists who can’t afford to move
LA mayors mansion , patriots are not happy , in fact no one is happy anywhere pic.twitter.com/523aj4GKbb
— basedengland8 (@basedengland8) December 7, 2020
3. Doctor from Stanford U. Department of medicine on Biden’s mask policy
4. For our American readers, Alberta is sort of like our Texas. It has a large rural population and they are Canadian and conservative. One of the two main cities has a muslim mayor, and he has managed to enforce leftist and anti-Christian laws on the city. Laws like shutting down Christian preachers and feeding the poor and this was years before Covid. But either way, what this article says about Alberta being first and foremost wanting Trudeau to decide if vaccinations should be mandatory, when I doubt 30 people voted for him there, shows that CTV, this poll, the Canadian government are all full of it, and they are planning to try and force this vaccine on people in one way or another.
MONTREAL — As provincial leaders decide whether a COVID-19 vaccine should or should not be mandatory, a new poll suggests Canadians want the federal government to make that call.
Over half of Canadians Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies polled (57 per cent) said they felt the Justin Trudeau Liberal government should make the call to determine whether a potential vaccine is mandatory or not.
Alberta and the Atlantic provinces (59 per cent) felt most strongly, while 54 per cent of Quebecers felt the feds should make the call.
(CTV must have got a nice chunk of the $600,000,000.00 that Trudeau gave to legacy media to make sure they acted as his propagandists.)
An email previously released by WikiLeaks reveals that a Dominion Voting advisor met with John Podesta during Hillary Clinton’s campaign to discuss ways that they could help to defeat Donald Trump.
In 2018, Dominion Voting announced that it had been acquired by its management team and Staple Street Capital, a New York-based private equity firm, who was being advised by Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
During Clinton’s campaign, according to an email chain released by WikiLeaks, Kirkland & Ellis LLP partner Kamran S. Bajwa met with John Podesta while offering “anything” to help defeat Donald Trump.
Podesta, at the time, was chair of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.
Thank you C., Richard, M., KontrarianKim, Nathan Hale, Gates of Vienna, Xanthippa, Wrath of Khan, and MANY more who are staying engaged during what appears to be a campaign to get us all to tune out of the news altogether.
This is fun. I don’t know when this was filmed. At a guess, between 1989 and 1995 as that is when the show was made. The idea was to mock people who sternly warned the public about the evils of communism. But around three quarters of the way through, it becomes unintentionally self mocking. Which is quite a thing. In a way, it becomes a better warning against communism than those they are mocking do, since the things they said mockingly, actually did happen.