We have more than enough laws in place (we don't need 'reform' or new legislation).
We have military manpower and technology to stop these cartels immediately.
Yet we don't do any of this. Why not?
Dec 17, 2022 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
It is astonishing how the media has largely ignored the FTX / SBF scandal, and we should all be absolutely outraged: a network of elite, long-time democrat operatives stole billions from investors and used it to bankroll the midterms. brownstone.org/articles/sbf-s…
These were not "autistic crypto wiz kids", these were well-connected democrat players. FTX illegally funneled stolen billions in order to stymie the inevitable Red Wave.
FTX and SBF are the reason why Kelly and Warnock were able to buy up all of the TV ad time & fund GOTV.
Nov 19, 2022 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
This video is a pretty good litmus test for politics: do you regard these men with respect, or disgust?
A tale of two very different realities:
Oct 21, 2022 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
Why do tax cuts have to be "funded"? Why not just cut government? 🤷 #Truss
All Liz Truss & Kwasi Kwarteng did was try to reduce the tax burden on their citizenry & let people keep more of what they earn.
The "problem" is this would've created economic growth, and the central banks and pension funds have already placed their bets in the other direction.
Oct 20, 2022 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Alternate take: if they add the covid shots to the childhood vaccine schedule today… it will be the end of the childhood vaccine schedule.
Look: I understand the logic behind the 1986 schedule indemnification: they couldn't get companies to make vaccines after the 1976 swine flu blowback, so they created a small subset of supposedly 'bare minimum' injections, and declared "these are protected from lawsuits".
Oct 8, 2022 • 11 tweets • 3 min read
It's really icky how they frame this 👇 They claim that tax cuts = inflation instead of focusing on the fact that pension markets were over-leveraged, played with fire & got burnt; once again a 'too big to fail' scenario that these Keynesian finance fools allowed to happen.
I remember when Planet Money hit the scene. I listened to probably the first 300 episodes, and learned a lot. But like other NPR productions they started wrapping
*political opinions* in the patina of fact. It's still a podcast worth listening to…but not really trustworthy.
Sep 7, 2022 • 15 tweets • 3 min read
So the good people of Chile just rejected the sh!t out of a new “muy progressive” constitution via national referendum. An eye-popping 62% voted against this silliness, and thank goodness. This 👇 is a big deal.
Back 2020 Chileans voted to nix their constitution and write a new one after nationwide protests over a 4-cent hike in subway fares ravaged the country and left 30 dead.
So the leftist rioters got a chance to write their dream constitution… and this is what they came up with:
Sep 5, 2022 • 9 tweets • 4 min read
One of the few upsides of the last 2+ years here in NYC are the wonderful, principled, courageous people I've met. One of those is Helen Qiu @Helen4NY, a proud working mom & immigrant who is running to represent NYC's Chinatown AD65 in Albany, NY.
From the jump @Helen4NY did what too few did: stand up, and speak out against the hysterical, harmful & anti-American covid restrictions here in NYC.
It makes sense, because Helen moved here in 1990 from China to pursue her American Dream of grad school & a bright future.
Sep 2, 2022 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
"The scale of this federal censorship enterprise appears to be far beyond what anyone imagined, involving even senior White House officials…protecting Fauci and other high level officials by refusing to reveal documents related to their involvement." michaelpsenger.substack.com/p/faucis-red-g…
"Federal officials are coordinating to censor private speech across all major social media platforms. Meta…has disclosed that at least 32 federal officials…YouTube disclosed eleven federal officials… Twitter disclosed nine federal officials…"
Aug 20, 2022 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
“A much-anticipated Edinburgh Festival concert set to have featured Ode to Joy, the EU anthem, has been axed after a Scottish choir refused an American orchestra’s demands to wear face masks while singing.” #ToneDeaf#UglyAmericans
The Philly Orchestra is an embarrassment to the rest of us Americans. These elitist dingdongs traveled to another country, as guests, and showed their asses to the entire world. Zero respect for science. Zero respect for Edinburgh. Zero respect for art. Shame on them.
Aug 17, 2022 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
This 👇 is why it's so important to hold people like @kieraevebutler *personally* accountable for the catastrophic damage to our society. She knew exactly what she was doing. She wrote this article. She put her little face on it, and she signed these receipts: publicly & proudly.
It really seems that journalists and "experts" are going to try and hide behind the narrative.
But they threw out centuries of accepted science & official public health guidance, and pushed novel, crazy mitigation strategies.
Hysterical, selfish elites that caused so much harm.
Jul 6, 2022 • 21 tweets • 9 min read
🧵Wow. This new Harvard/Harris poll is astonishingly bad for the Democrat party. TL;DR: the vast majority of voters believe things suck big time right now, and have gotten steadily suckier over the last year:
Biden’s approval numbers are the worst they’ve ever been, and (more importantly) worse than Trump’s ever were. These are insanely bad numbers, historically low for any president, across all categories.
May 17, 2022 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
Team LockDown Did This 👇
“He was very paranoid about getting COVID, extremely paranoid, to the point that — his friends were saying — he would wear the hazmat suit [to school]"
“And then he got COVID just a few weeks ago. … He went to family functions with a respirator mask on. He totally wasn’t going to get COVID — and then he got COVID.
“[he was] vaxxed to the max"
"[he] bought into the fear of COVID."
May 6, 2022 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
Absolute and total ass covering bullshit from Bill Gates. We KNEW the IFR from COVID was low, and we KNEW it targeted the elderly in early Spring 2020. We cannot let these people pretend like this is new. They broke the world, and must be held accountable.
In March 2020 one of the most respected bio-statisticians in history, John Ioannidis of Stamford, wrote this 👇 piece urging caution & sober analysis of data before destroying the world in order to "fight" a respiratory virus. He was attacked & impugned.
Our local Mexican restaurant is owned/run by a wonderful Mexican family. Their son is the same age as ours, and we order from there at least once a week. For the past 5 years a total check for 5 entrees + rice/beans has been $90.
Today we didn't have grandma with us, so we just ordered FOUR entrees (same food) but the bill was a lot higher = $110.
I thought he made an innocent mistake and charged us for 5 instead of 4.
Nope. Prices have just gone up that much, that quick. They were very apologetic.
Mar 11, 2022 • 9 tweets • 5 min read
So this 👇 actually happened, and we should all pay very close attention: a rational, free-thinking local mom was fired from her job merely because she dared advocate for #OpenSchools in Fall of 2020. This is nuts. 1/6 fox2detroit.com/news/rochester…
In Dec '20 suburban mom Elena Dinverno was fired as marketing director at Blake's Hard Cider @blakeshardcider in Armada, MI after school board president Kristin Bull contacted her boss, and demanded Elena be fired for her #OpenSchools advocacy. 2/6 wwmt.com/news/state/par…
Mar 11, 2022 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
My official thoughts on Ukraine, ht Kamala 😉
Lol, for those who didn't recognize it, this is the EXACT verbatim text of the response that Kamala gave in Poland on 3/10/22. It was such word salad, such gobbledygook that I had to give it a more, ahem, dramatic treatment 🤣
Jan 21, 2022 • 7 tweets • 3 min read
The 2017 -18 INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC was "sending people to hospitals and urgent-care centers in every state, and medical centers are responding with extraordinary measures"… overtime, triage tents, restricting family visits and canceling elective surgeries…" time.com/5107984/hospit…
“…We are pretty much at capacity, and the volume is certainly different from previous flu seasons,” says Dr. Alfred Tallia, professor and chair of family medicine at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey." (2018) time.com/5107984/hospit…
Jan 18, 2022 • 7 tweets • 3 min read
1/7 🧵 Okay. Here's the deal: if you are a doctor who publicly advocates for the forced masking of kids… you instantly become *personally* responsible for the damage done to our kids. To that end, these 👇 are the doctors and staff VA Chapter of the AAP: virginiapediatrics.org/staff/#directo…2/7 "Executive Board" & "Delegates at Large"
Jan 6, 2022 • 9 tweets • 4 min read
A lot of “experts” pushed to close schools despite early & consistent evidence that schools & kids were safe.
And now, as if on queue, many of these bluechecks trying desperately to “PIVOT” and pretend they didn't.
In July 2020 Jha loudly and repeatedly demanded districts tie school openings to the amorphous notion of "community spread".
Tying #OpenSchools to "community spread" was not only counter to all available data and evidence, it literally *ensured* schools would remain closed. And millions of kids were forced into damaging remote/hybrid schemes.
Jha would not be at Harvard long after he wrote this.