Thanksgiving 2020

Thanksgiving 2020 - It's Not All Turkey And Fellowship
Thanksgiving 2020 – It’s Not All Turkey And Fellowship

Like every Thanksgiving – really, every single day – we Americans – and the Democrats and Likely Democrat demographics living within our nation’s borders – have a great deal to be thankful for. This is 2020 however, and that means that it’s a far cry from perfect or lacking in reasons for rancor.

One has to wonder just how many families in Democrat-controlled regions will have to police called on them and face criminal charges for having an extended family dinner this Holiday. One also has to at the same time wonder how many innocents will be put at risk or actually harmed through Democrat-sponsored actions to #DefundThePolice.

So, be thankful for what you have; enjoy the feast and fellowship; but be aware and be safe.

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Did You Know?

Did You Know Any Of This?

Did you know that President Trump did all these things – among many other fine and great acts – during his four years in office?

Most likely, unless you’re a serious political wonk with either too much time on your hands or a material need to hunt down such things, you don’t. It’s not like the Democrats’ Lamestream Media ever reported any positive thing that President Trump has done. Doing so wasn’t their job since it didn’t fit the chosen narrative or the Democrats’ most-likely successful pogrom to remove our POTUS from office.

Well now, too late in all likelihood for a positive and peaceful resolution, you know. What you do with that knowledge is a matter for your own conscience.

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Safe And Secure Now!

Yes, Finally! Our Elections Are Safe And Secure!
Yes, Finally! Our Elections Are Safe And Secure!

Yes, after years of incessant accusations, lamentations, and general Histrionical screeds from the Democrats that the Russians “meddled” in our elections, they’ve finally declared that America’s election process is safe and secure. 🙄

I would describe this as “results-based” security practices. If the Democrats don’t get the election results that they want, it’s due to foreign malfeasance and Republicans colluding with those foreign powers. If, however, the Democrats get the results that they do want, then the elections were safe and secure, and any complaints to the contrary are a “threat to democracy.”

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Conformity Not Unity

Conformity Not Unity

After over 4 years of trying to prevent Donald Trump from taking the Presidency, and then trying everything and anything to remove him from office, the Dems are now calling for unity and broad support for the likely-to-be incoming Biden-Harris regime.

Well, except that they’re demanding conformity, not requesting unity. Not that unity is something that they could ever achieve, even among their own. One need only ask Ocasio-Cortez or ask Democrat politicians about her to see the stark disunity among them.

But yet, even with chaos and discord among their own cabals, there’s plenty of talk about Democrats compiling lists of Americans and American companies to be “held accountable” for supporting President Trump. It’s even made international news due to the threat to democracy it poses.

Ironic, isn’t it, that the first things Dems do after claiming that President Trump was a threat to democracy, is to take pages from Franco, Stalin, and Hoffa’s playbooks?

Now, truth be bluntly told, I’d normally ignore the Dems’ rants in this. Bombast and threats of reprisals are normal for those who think, after a struggle, that they are the victors. But, as thing are, with: #BlackLivesMatter, #Antifa, #CancelCulture, and the various forms of violence they’ve perpetrated against Americans, I don’t believe this threat can be downplayed or ignored.

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Dems’ Unified Vision

Dems’ Unified Vision

The Democrats are now calling for unity behind their President and their vision for the future iteration of the nation. But their cries for such unity of support and vision do little but call up memories of prophetic works and social commentary of bygone days.

There was from the first very great opposition to the marriage of Nunez and Medina-sarote; not so much because they valued her as because they held him as a being apart, an idiot, incompetent thing below the permissible level of a man. Her sisters opposed it bitterly as bringing discredit on them all; and old Yacob, though he had formed a sort of liking for his clumsy, obedient serf, shook his head and said the thing could not be. The young men were all angry at the idea of corrupting the race, and one went so far as to revile and strike Nunez. He struck back. Then for the first time he found an advantage in seeing, even by twilight, and after that fight was over no one was disposed to raise a hand against him. But they still found his marriage impossible.

Old Yacob had a tenderness for his last little daughter, and was grieved to have her weep upon his shoulder.

“You see, my dear, he’s an idiot. He has delusions; he can’t do anything right.”

“I know,” wept Medina-sarote. “But he’s better than he was. He’s getting better. And he’s strong, dear father, and kind–stronger and kinder than any other man in the world. And he loves me–and, father, I love him.”

Old Yacob was greatly distressed to find her inconsolable, and, besides–what made it more distressing–he liked Nunez for many things. So he went and sat in the windowless council-chamber with the other elders and watched the trend of the talk, and said, at the proper time, “He’s better than he was. Very likely, some day, we shall find him as sane as ourselves.”

Then afterwards one of the elders, who thought deeply, had an idea. He was a great doctor among these people, their medicine-man, and he had a very philosophical and inventive mind, and the idea of curing Nunez of his peculiarities appealed to him.

One day when Yacob was present he returned to the topic of Nunez. “I have examined Nunez,” he said, “and the case is clearer to me. I think very probably he might be cured.”

“This is what I have always hoped,” said old Yacob.

“His brain is affected,” said the blind doctor.

The elders murmured assent.

“Now, WHAT affects it?”

“Ah!” said old Yacob.

THIS,” said the doctor, answering his own question. “Those queer things that are called the eyes, and which exist to make an agreeable depression in the face, are diseased, in the case of Nunez, in such a way as to affect his brain. They are greatly distended, he has eyelashes, and his eyelids move, and consequently, his brain is in a state of constant irritation and distraction.”

“Yes?” said old Yacob. “Yes?”

“And I think I may say with reasonable certainty that, in order to cure him complete, all that we need to do is a simple and easy surgical operation–namely, to remove these irritant bodies.”

“And then he will be sane?”

“Then he will be perfectly sane, and a quite admirable citizen.”

— “The Country of the Blind
H.G. Wells, April 1904

To be sure, there’s little to no doubt that the best and kindest of the opinions of Democrats is that Americans’ brains are affected and suffering from a constant state of irritation and distraction from our “diseased” eyes. And, much like the blind doctor, they have a cure to return us to their version of sanity.

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