Friday, June 7, 2024

Five With No Jive


Five With No Jive


*Despite all evidence, Attorney General Meritless Merrick Garland says it’s a “dangerous conspiracy theory” to allege that the Department of Justice is communicating with state and local prosecutions against Trump. Understand, when those in Biden’s government say “it’s a dangerous conspiracy theory,” they mean dangerous for them, not for the country. There’s a huge difference. They are opposites, in fact.

*Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt recently signed the “Women’s Bill of Rights Law,” which defines “man” and “woman” based on biology. That’s weird. Why not define male and female based on whim, hearsay, wishes-- or if the moon is in the seventh house? Gender is whatever we say it is. The science is settled!

*Apparently deranged Canadian Health Minister Mark Holland recently implied-- during a remarkably unhinged rant-- that if Canucks take too many summer road trips, it could make “the planet burn.” I wonder where he’s going on his extended vacation? Hopefully some place with a nice, padded cell.

*United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres recently delivered a keynote speech in which he stated: “Like the meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs, we [humans] are having an outsized impact. In the case of climate, we are not the dinosaurs; we are the meteor. We are not only in danger; we are the danger.” One question: Did the f**king dinosaurs not do anything to change the climate? Were they perfect stewards of Our Mother? Unquestionably, they were too stupid to make things that could contribute to “greenhouse gas” accumulation. But that didn’t help them.

*In a recent interview, El Salvidor President Nayib Bukele told Tucker Carlson that MS-13 gang members were involved in Satanic child sacrifice rituals, claiming this was “well-documented.” How is that any different than what is happening in the U.S.? Ours are encouraged and/or performed by teachers and medical personnel instead of MS-13 gang members, but other than that…



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