This #NYTimes piece on #Biden is #interesting. It'is almost honest.

The reporters express surprise that #SenileJoe is siding with the #Dem #Left. Maybe they really ARE surprised. If they are, it just shows they were conned as thoroughly as most of the country was in 2020.
It’s now clear that Biden had a three part agenda: 1) Get elected #POTUS. 2) Pass a lot of very expensive government programs. 3) Go down in history as an #FDR or #LBJ, a president who permanently transformed American society.
#Joe’s problem was that 2) endangered 1). He needed to pretend to be “moderate” to get elected. So he ran a campaign that came down to ‘#OrangeManBad, #SenileManGood, and let’s not talk about what I’ll do in office.’ And it worked. He got the #DemocraticParty united behind him.
#BillClinton tried the same strategy, minus the senility. And #Clinton did transform the U.S. politically: he got the #GOP back in the game as far as holding #Congress was concerned. #Obama tried the same thing, and got the same result.
Alas for #DementiaJoe, lots of Democratic Congresscritters remember what happened, and aren’t eager to sacrifice their careers for the greater glory of the #Biden family.
My best guess is that #Biden will get just enough of his program passed to throw the #House to the #Republicans in the next election, perhaps the #Senate as well, while not getting enough to please the #Democratic #Left.
And the divisions within the U.S. will continue to widen till we get #NationalDivorce or #CivilWar2 (‘This time, with nukes!’®).

Makes me glad to be old. I’ll probably miss the worst.

To avoid Civil War 2, joint the Convention of States movement, and get a #secession amendment.
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5 Oct
I can't see a sensible case for deliberate release. Think it through.

"Let's commit an act of war against the whole world. We'll use a bat virus, and start it in the only place in OUR country that studies these things. We won't have a plausible path for species jump. We also
won't have a plausible cover story in place. When it starts to spread IN #Wuhan, we'll take actions that make it clear to any discerning person we are covering up something. And we'll make sure to leave incriminating information up for others to find."
Any strategist would try to have a plausible species-jump story, would release it in southern #China, and would be ready to do lots of phony cooperation to burnish the govt.'s image while the disease spread.
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3 Oct

The entire program of the #Left is that people do not get held responsible for their actions. People who don't work get welfare, people who destroy their health with alcohol and drugs get medical care. In return, no obligations on the recipients.
Now we see it was always a #lie. The obligation was to obey the ruling class. Staying poor was what the bosses wanted the poor to do. Their misery provides the smoke screen for the rulers' real goal: exercising power because they like it.
Cutting people off from medical care because they ate the wrong things, used the wrong drugs, had the wrong kind of sex was evil, because it would remove the rulers' excuses for action. THOSE people have an absolute right to "health care," paid for by the productive.
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1 Oct
Tariq is always amusing.

First, the defense was put on by Kelly and his lawyers.

Second, in his own example picture, the text says nothing about race or “I’m-white-and-I-say-so” or redefining “racketeering”. As he's been told, the definition is that of the RICO act. All text, it reads: <Large ...
Really, I admire the sheer, brazen falsification Tariq uses in his grifts.

Original tweet at
Another of Tariq's grifts is "suspected white supremacist(s)." No living person is ever identified as a definite white supremacist. That might get him sued for libel.

But the hordes of "suspected" supremacists need to be fought off, which he bravely does by not naming them.
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28 Sep
#ThisIsHilarious, as well as #contemptible and #pathetic.

Let me tell you what the thread says, in plain language Stonewall UK would die before using:

There are men who know they are men, and men who believe they are women. They need the same kind of medical screening and care.
Similarly, there are women who know they are women, and women who believe they are men, and they need the same kind of medical care, things like breast exams and cervical cancer screenings.

But Britain's #NHS has chosen to screw the situation up, by lying in the medical records.
The men who believe they are women have their records marked 'F'-for-female under sex. So they get reminders to have their non-existent cervices checked for cancer, while NOT having their very real prostrates checked. This makes them feel good, but kills some of them.
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27 Sep
There is a very good 🧵 at threadreaderapp.com/thread/1422569…, unrolled at threadreaderapp.com/thread/1422569…, concerning #TransIdeology. You should read it. But something needs to be added.

The claim that when a man feels "I am a woman" he literally IS a woman is flat out #insanity.
The fact that many people believe this shows their is something severely wrong with them, psychologically.

And the fact that this insane claim has conquered the #Progressive movement shows there is something wrong with Progressivism, philosophically.
#Progressives should have reacted to these claims with laughter, believing them to be an elaborate joke. When they realized the ideology was serious, they should have felt stunned surprised that anyone could believe the equivalent of people thinking they were Napoleon.
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17 Sep
Another long thread, alas.

This is a great illustration of Surowiecki's contempt for those who disagree with him about the #vax. Hilariously, he is the author of THE WISDOM OF CROWDS, but has decided the #AntiVax crowd has no wisdom at all.
Let's examine his sneers, as he tells us what we ought to think.

We should be opposed to Monoclonal Antibody therapy, because it isn't FDA approved yet. Implicit in this is the idea that one can't evaluate the FDA or its decisions intelligently. We are just too stupid for that
(unlike other crowds, which are oh, so wise).

He claims MAB trials started just before those of the #vaccines. I turn to Wikipedia, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monoclona…, and find that MABs were developed in 1975, and the developers won the 1984 Nobel Prize for Medicine that achievement.
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