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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dworkin of all people should shut his cake hole.

Check his Twitter feed from about a year ago. He was scoffing at the vaccine before it was even out, because Drumpf was promoting its impending deployment. He did a complete 180 as soon as Biden* was installed.

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Hussar 3 points ago +3 / -0

To promote public health, we are going to be working hand-in-hand with the greasiest fast food chains.

🤡🌎

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Hussar 1 point ago +1 / -0

If he(?) is going to flip out over a shirt as tame as that, then somebody ought to ask him about this outfit. Somehow I get the feeling that he'd be okay with it.

https://thepostmillennial.com/watch-man-buttless-rainbow-monkey-costume-literacy

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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

You can forget everything about natural immunity and vaccine efficacy (or lack thereof). The entire narrative about "muh flatten the curve", "muh public health", and "muh stop the spread" collapses with one single fact:

We have an endless wave of unknown people running across the border on a daily basis, and there is no expectation or mandate for them to be vaccinated or quarantined. None. The Faucists are utterly disinterested in halting that tide of tens of thousands of potential untraceable new cases. If - Heaven forbid- this were a true Doomsday Virus (let's say, Super Smallpox that kills 50% of all people who contract it), then we would be truly screwed right now.

With that fact in mind, nothing that the Faucists say holds even a drop of water.

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Hussar 4 points ago +4 / -0

"Mockingbird media"... I can't believe I've never used this before. I'm stealing that term.

I mean, I'm "fortifying" that term.

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Hussar 25 points ago +25 / -0

Adrian Fontes is particularly odious. Here's a good primer on this guy, from an Arizonan. (Caution: colorful language. Wouldn't recommend watching at work.)

TL;DW: Adrian Fontes helped steal the election for Sinema back in 2018. That helped lay the groundwork for the 2020 steal in Arizona. He's scum.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PZvCPrsWqzI&feature=youtu.be

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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kentucky definitely needs an audit. Mitch McConnell's approval rating is absolutely awful, and I'm amazed that they keep sending him back to DC. It's very possible that the GOP has put its finger on the scale to keep him in office, if not in the general election then certainly in the primary.

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Hussar 1 point ago +1 / -0

100% in favor of auditing Texas. If my governor or any Representatives or Senators "won" their seats fraudulently - Republican or Democrat - I would want to know.

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Hussar 4 points ago +4 / -0

Who would've guessed that the "I freaking love science!" midwits of Reddit would be incapable of telling the fundamental difference between an audit and a recount? I'm shocked. Shocked, I tell you.

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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Zuby is 100% right. The left has done a complete about-face on the cov-vaccine. You can make a parlor game out of looking at leftists currently making "take the vaxx REEEEEE" comments, and comparing them to what they said a year ago.

Trump is now promoting vaccines on a strictly voluntary basis, but I still think he's badly mistaken about them. The only time he was ever booed at one of his own rallies was when he talked about them. If Trump had made "mandatory vaccine passports" a part of his campaign, I would not have voted for him, and I suspect that his vote total would have been much lower.

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Hussar 3 points ago +3 / -0

Good to know that Aussie media is just as worthless as ours.

Of course, they would not be nearly so concerned about muh covid crisis were this a ~march for racial equality~.

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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yet.

It could be a head-fake given how quiet they've been, but they could also move to quietly release the text of the mandate to draw less of the public's attention.

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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't fly very often and when I do it's usually for vacation. That said, there's a non-zero chance that I'll have to fly for work at some point in the future. My company has been very laissez-faire about masks and "vaccines" and the vast majority of people I'm around don't wear them. So while my company is unlikely to go along with muh mandate, I may find myself between a rock and a hard place if they expect me to fly somewhere while all of the airlines are still screeching at mothers for not putting masks on their 2 year olds.

But even if that never happens, I'd really like to visit Warsaw and Budapest someday, and I don't know how I'd get there without flying. In any event, I'm still not taking the "vaccine".

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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

The cities imposing these diktats did everything they could to lionize these little blm brats, and blm helped elect the Faucist democrats that run these cities.

They deserve each other. Let the games begin.

🍿🍿🍿

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Hussar 4 points ago +4 / -0

Israel has become one of the worst blast craters for the "vaccine's" ill effects. Other than Iceland and maybe certain parts of the US, I can't think of any area that has seen the worst of both worlds: deploying a vaccine that clearly isn't a vaccine, and stupidly-huge case totals.

What I don't get is, how does this support the pervasive claim that Jewish people are The Secret Puppetmasters of the World(tm)? How does this make sense if you assume that they have the financial, political, and cultural power to twist events their way?

I'm told that, without exception, said puppetmasters are obsessed destroying any nation or people that is against their designs. So why, oh why are The Puppetmasters(tm) using the only Jewish-majority nation as one of the worst and most disastrous vaccine guinea pig trials? Because I'm also told that Jewish-Israelis are not to be differentiated from the "puppetmasters" in terms of intentions or morality, so it can't be that the "puppetmasters" are experimenting on themselves.

But somehow, I get the feeling that Israel's failure, no matter what direction it goes next, will do nothing to clash with the "all Jewish people are evil puppetmasters reee" claim among certain crowds.

This honestly reminds me of the increasingly prevalent claim that White people are uniquely monstrous butchers and liars, and that we have a critical role to play in every major geopolitical atrocity. No matter what the evidence actually shows, it can only mean that Whites perpetuate systemic racism and we need to be punished blah blah blah.

I'm so tired.

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Hussar 1 point ago +1 / -0

Would you look at that? We finally found a jack-booted police state, but it's one of the Enlightened, Progressive Liberal Democracies that the American left keeps braying about.

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Hussar 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm usually skeptical of attacks on Biden* when they come from his left flank. Either:

A. They're on the furthest fringes of Team Blue and they're upset because Biden* isn't far left enough

Or

B: They're setting the table for Kamala to step in, so that she can be portrayed as dutifully accepting the mantle from a wise and wonderful but aging statesman

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Hussar 3 points ago +3 / -0

If these Galaxy Brains want to scrutinize tax and financial records, then they ought to start with, oh I don't know... perhaps the people who have spent literal decades as "public servants" in Congress yet somehow see their net worths spike harder than Biden's disapproval rating.

Nah, nah, let's focus on the guy who has been a known real estate mogul for decades, who spent less than half a decade in DC. He's must be the kingpin when it comes to political-financial corruption!

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Hussar 5 points ago +5 / -0

The most terrifying case I know of happened in the early 60s. Young woman went into the forests of Montana and was never seen again. Research "North Woods" for more info.

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Hussar 3 points ago +3 / -0

I am absolutely baffled by Abbott as of late. He enthusiastically signs Constitutional Carry into law, he signs the abortion ban, and he's mostly avoided imposing Commie Cough authoritarianism... but then he flakes out on border enforcement?

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