Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Drips And Drabs: Today's Top Stories


Drips and Drabs: Today’s Top Stories


*Let me get this straight...Democrats want to force American citizens to produce a “Vaccine Passport” to travel freely, even within the United States…but want to make certain they don’t need an ID to vote?!? And no passports (or COVID tests) are required of illegal immigrants pouring over our southern border? There are only two things Democrats don’t regulate the hell out of: 1) Our election integrity and 2) Our borders. The two things that make a nation. They are insane or…evil. Or both.

*If Mr. potato head offends you but you’re okay with people selling ($1,000 a pair) satanic shoes that contain human blood in them, you are both symptom and cause of Western decline.

*The Biden Administration is urging the Supreme Court to allow police to enter homes and confiscate firearms without a warrant. The Fourth Amendment states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” But to hell with the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, Democrats have a country to seize, too. (And it’s much easier to do that when you disarm the citizenry).

* According to San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond, the San Diego County Board of Education will soon be sending teachers for in-person learning for the illegal alien migrant children at the city’s convention center. That’s right, kids who just came over the border—illegally—will be getting in-person instruction from some of the very same teacher’s union members who have said the COVID-19 pandemic is too dangerous for in-person learning, perhaps even if the kids are tested and vaccinated, which the illegal children have not been. So, the illegal alien kiddies will benefit from in-person instruction while many taxpayer-funded schools in San Diego County are still closed for in-person learning. We’ve all learned a great deal about our leaders and “experts” this past year, almost none of it good.


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