CNN’s Turkey

Jim Acosta - CNN's Turkey
CNN’s Turkey – Jim Acosta

Yep. CNN’s turkey, Jim Acosta acts just like that. Like any good, Leftist propagandist, he substitutes accusations and snide lectures for the actual questions a true journalist would ask the POTUS if he was granted the privilege of having such access.

Of course, Acosta’s behavior is, unlike the White House Turkeys, utterly unpardonable. Indeed, the closest to a pardon Acosta should ever come is President Trump pardoning whichever patriot puts Acosta, his two daughters, and his son down. πŸ˜‰

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Thanksgiving Dinner!

Thanksgiving Dinner!

Here’s wishing all of us a happy Thanksgiving and a wonderful dinner. And, if the cooking is this good, just think how great that dinner will be. And don’t forget the pie for dessert. πŸ˜‰

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Be Thankful For Greatness

Be Thankful For Greatness because Donald Trump Made Thanksgiving great again
Be Thankful For Greatness

My fellow Americans, we should be thankful for the greatness that Donald Trump has already restored to America, especially the holiday we’ve just finished celebrating, Thanksgiving. This is because this is the first Thanksgiving in many years when we, the People weren’t bombarded by anti-White and anti-American screeds about the Pilgrims and our western expansion. This is because this was irst Thanksgiving in many years when we, the People didn’t have to hear about or deal with Liberals and Progressives working out how to “correct” their “problematical” relatives and how to steer the dinner conversation into being more anti-White and anti-American screeds.

So be thankful for this. Be thankful that Trump’s shocking triumph or the Left has broken the hearts and minds of our domestic enemies so badly that they don’t even know how to approach or bother us anymore, much less have the will to do so.

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Kiss The Cook!

It’s Thanksgiving and, if you and your woman are hosting tonight’s feast, that means she’s likely going to be working hard in the kitchen most of the day. One, that is itself something to be grateful for. Two, kiss the cook – often and with intent.

Kiss The Cook!

You might also want to consider that pie – nudge, nudge, wink, wink – isn’t just an after dinner treat and won’t spoil your dinner. πŸ˜‰

Separately, you might just ask yourself why you’re not in the kitchen too, helping make Thanksgiving dinner. C’mon, Gentlemen! Cooking is a basic life skill, not merely something controlled by gender roles.

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Thanksgiving Dinner Origins

In America, we’re about ready for Thanksgiving, our particular riff on the age-old harvest festival. Tomorrow the majority of us will be enjoying some variety of variants of our Thanksgiving dinner. Hopefully, most of us will enjoy our feasts and the company, be it family, friends, or both, that we are surrounded by while doing so.

Thanksgiving Dinner

One thing though – Thanksgiving, despite America’s spin upon it, is still at its heart a harvest celebration. Hence, I believe that we should spare a moment or more to consider our Thanksgiving dinner’s origin. And by that I do not mean the well-known legendry of Thanksgiving or the murkier and more complex history thereof; No, I mean the origins of the delicious food upon our tables.

Spare some time this Thanksgiving to think about and be grateful for the efforts of all those “rural folk” – the farmers, ranchers, and such along with the men and women who get those crops from the farms across the land to the stores you buy it at.

Thanksgiving Dinner Origins

Yeah, it would be good and very likely pleasant to pause and consider the farm workers and such in those so easily dismissible fly-over districts, counties, and states. Instead of repeating the urbanites’ and suburanites’ mistake of considering the America’s rural population as forgettable but unforgivable, deplorable, uneducated hicks and rubes, consider that there’s a reason why they make up the heartland of America.

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