A Civil War Looming: Projections on How Long it will Last

By Jim Campbell

September 11th, 2021

This is the type of scenario that should be war gamed at war colleges, not left to a lonely writer to opine.

With our recent endeavors into war, not winning one since WWII perhaps we should take a look at the entire concept of war and knock of trying to establish democracies in countries that have no clue what the term means and only get involved when directly attacked.

Of course President Trump, is no longer in office the results of a stolen election, and for all intents an purposes, Biden isn’t there either.


When it comes to the gibberish people toss out as “solutions” to problems as being inflicting harm toward other human beings, especially fellow Americans.. well, those people are certainly entitled to their opinions..

But those people are sheer idiots and completely ignorant of the ramifications of violence to solve problems. 

To be fair… the nation is smack in the middle of the worst social and political divide-causing-chaos since the 1850’s..

The leftist and right politicians don’t seem to agree on much of anything unless it pertains to their own personal wealth. 

Equally, there’s no question that each one of us deals with stresses differently. 

I used to say the 60’s were the worst time in my generation.  [ Actually they were the best.]

File photo of former FBI agent and convicted criminal G Gordon Liddy (left) & American psychologist Dr Timothy Leary (1920 – 1996) before their public debate in Los Angeles, 1982. (Photo by Iris Schneider/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Everything right about now seemingly is tearing at our moral fiber as a nation… and the hate is percolating toward the surface like the lava flows bulging under Yellowstone.  [Wanna take odds at which blows first?]

We should be thankful… we have the Second Amendment! 

The Second, is there so that Americans can use their guns to fix things.. force some sort of governmental reset… fend off bad people who want to govern badly and steal away all the other Bill of Rights. 

And the Constitution and Bill of Rights are absolutely correct.

For those who have been asleep for the past year or so and missed it, we are at war and it’s mano ah mano on the street.

Markets may tumble, [only to return to their previous highs] 

A run on the banks.[Not likely to happen]

Everything else is a domino effect. 

The economy will slow down appreciably as people get skittish about survival and hit the stores.. and the looting starts. 

The real traumatic effect will be the national distribution system will break down for a variety of reasons [Not really, if the war will only last a couple of week to a month.]

Our Founding Fathers saw the centerpiece of of our Republic was entirely around the idea of…. compromise.

THE END

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Civil Disobedience Becomes Mandatory When Ruled by Tyrants

Comedian J.P.Sears Explains to us why we “Should” follow a tyrant.

By Jim Campbell

September, 11th, 2021

The Biden Administration is depending that we the sheeple have not learned a very valuable lesson.

In reality most of us would give away Biden.

In fact trading him to the Taliban for a Toyota hubcap would even be a fair trade.

O.K. So the hubcap would likely be worth more, but why quibble?

Line UP and grab your ankles

How many time can a country undo a stolen election for the price of a hub cap?

Educate yourselves the government won’t do it, they are too busy stealing our money.

Case closed, the defense rests.

THE END

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What if Bill Gates Decided to Run for President of the United States?

By Jim Campbell

September, 11th, 2021

District Court Deals Apple A Huge Blow

Those who use apple products usually fall into one or two categories.

Those who have had no problems and those who have had nothing but problems.

If your current has a CD player in it, say good bye as Apple has arranged to have CD players no longer available in new cars as of 2021

They have done so by arranging it so vehicle owners will be forced to pay to use iTunes.

Don’t look CEO Tim Cook and his band of warriors let this go without a fight, expect many long drawn out court battles until apple is satisfied.

If one were to interview unsatisfied Apple product users about why they stick with Apple, the answer is simple, they are too expensive to throw away, and most like me are loath to purchase anything that the reprobate Bill Gates had any thing to do with.

O.K that may be a bit drastic, but what else is he doing that proves the image wrong?

Bill Gates-led billionaires in green venture fund. Someone needs to tell him to look up photosynthesis.

C02 is the building block for all forms of life on the planet, a fact he can’t deny if he took the time to research it.

He doesn’t have the time, he spends most of it trying to figure out new ways to control our lives.

Say good bye to America is this dillatant ever decides to run for President of the United States of America.

He has the money, name recognition with few being aware what an evil person he is.

THE END

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Did the Biden Administration Finally Get Something Right?

By Jim Campbell

September 11th, 2021

Not according to the recent footage uncovered that will not likely get any play on the U.S. Media.

Take the entire administration, have they ever done anything right?

Bombing a U.S. aid worker a U.S. soldier and children would be just one more Biden administration led catastrophe.

An Afghan health official confirmed that local hospitals received several bodies transferred by ambulance from the house, including those of three children.

This administration has proved time and again that the only thing they might be able to organize is a circular firing squad, as long as bullets and weapons were not included.

Later on Monday afternoon, a funeral was held in Kabul with the victims’ 10 coffins, several of them closed because the bodies were so disfigured.

Can anything coming from Afghanistan be trusted?

They have their own propaganda writers as well.

This story is breaking at the moment and additional time will be required to gather all the facts.

An Afghan health official confirmed that local hospitals received several bodies transferred by ambulance from the house, including those of three children.

Later on Monday afternoon, a funeral was held in Kabul with the victims’ 10 coffins, several of them closed because the bodies were so disfigured.

Among the victims was her cousin and fiancé, Ahmad Naser, 30, a former army officer and contractor with the U.S. military who had come from Herat, in western Afghanistan, in hopes of being evacuated from Kabul.

THE END

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Did he forget the date?

Comment by Jim Campbell

September 11th, 2021

There is little doubt that there are some good Muslims in America and very bad ones.

The Shia Muslims for the most part appear to be the bad actors and are responsible for terrorism here and around the globe.

Since most Muslims refuse to assimilate, i.e. wearing their traditional clothing how are we to determine the good from the bad?

NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 11: Firefighter Gerard McGibbon, of Engine 283 in Brownsville, Brooklyn, prays after the World Trade Center buildings collapsed September 11, 2001 after two hijacked airplanes slammed into the twin towers in a terrorist attack that killed some 3,000 people. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

In America, this job typically defaults to the FBI who have had a checkered record including their failure to work with other agencies coming up to our modern day that will live in infamy.

Joe Biden Marks 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Criticizing ‘Dark Forces’ in America Against ‘Peaceful Religion’ of Islam.

It seems likely he has completely forgotten the date and his administrations failure in Afghanistan.

I recall images of Muslims dancing and cheering in the streets but their seems to be debate about that and the images have been removed from the net.


(Getty Images)

Breitbart News Consortium

Charlie Spiering

September 11th, 2021

President Joe Biden marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks by criticizing Americans for the anti-Muslim anger that occurred in the United States after the attacks took place. [Criticizing Americans for anti-Muslim anger?]

NEW YORK, NY – MAY 14: Pictures of some of the September 11 hijackers (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

FBI released list.

1) Khalid Al-Midhar – Possible residence (s) : San Diego, California and New York, New York; Visa Status: B-1 Visa, but B-2 Visa had expired.

2) Majed Moqed – No information available.

3) Nawaq Alhamzi – Possible residence (s) : Fort Lee, New Jersey and Wayne, New Jersey and San Diego, California.

4) Salem Alhamzi – Possible residence (s) : Fort Lee, New Jersey, and Wayne, New Jersey.

5) Hani Hanjour – Possible residence (s) : Phoenix, Arizona and San Diego, California. Believed to be a pilot.

American Airlines #11
Boeing 767
7:45 am departed Boston for Los Angeles
8:45 am crashed into North Tower of the World Trade Center

1) Satam Al Suqami – Date of birth used: June 28, 1976; Last known address: United Arab Emirates.

2) Waleed M. Alshehri – Dates of birth used: September 13, 1974/January 1, 1976/ March 3, 1976/ July 8, 1977/ December 20, 1978/ May 11, 1979/ November 5, 1979; Possible residence (s) : Hollywood, Florida/ Orlando, Florida/ Daytona Beach, Florida; Believed to be a pilot.

3) Wail Alshehri – Date of birth used: July 31, 1973; Possible residence (s) : Hollywood, Florida, and Newton, Massachusetts; Believed to be a pilot.

4) Mohamed Atta – Date of birth used: September 1, 1968; Possible residence (s) : Hollywood, Florida/ Coral Springs, Florida/ Hamburg, Germany; Believed to be a pilot.

5) Abdulaziz Alomari –
Date of birth used: December 24, 1972 and May 28, 1979; Possible residence: Hollywood, Florida; Believed to be a pilot.

Who will forget that it was Saudi backed terrorists that flew the planes on that day?

Perhaps he had forgotten the Muslims around the world who cheered the event particularly in Muslim dominated countries.

“We also witnessed the dark forces of human nature. Fear and anger. Resentment and violence against Muslim-Americans — true and faithful followers of a peaceful religion,” Biden said in a prerecorded video published for the occasion.

The president said that the principle of “unity” in the country was endangered by the attacks but ultimately prevailed.

“We also saw something all too rare, a true sense of national unity,” he recalled. “Unity and resilience  – the capacity to recover and repair in the face of trauma, unity in service.”

Biden released his pre-recorded video, as the White House confirmed Friday he had no plans to address the nation on the 20th anniversary of the attacks.

Most would call this pandering to Muslims

He began by recalling a friend of his who lost their son in the attacks in New York City and sympathized with the families who lost loved ones in the attacks.

“America and the world commemorate you and your loved ones, the pieces of your soul,” he said.

Biden also recognized the fallen first responders and members of the military who lost their lives in subsequent years.

“It’s so hard, whether it’s the first year or the 20th,” he said.

Biden concluded by citing one of his favorite poets, Earnest Hemingway.

“We find strength in its broken places, as Hemingway wrote. We find light in the darkness, we find purpose to repair, renew, and rebuild,” he said.

THE END

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Who Is Kamala Harris and Why it Matters to all of the United States?

Comment’s by Jim Campbell

August 24th, 2021

What she hopes we did not know about her or have forgotten.

The truth is that Harris doesn’t know what she’s doing.

If she is not stopped, others of her ilk will continue until the electorate educates itself on voting.

Even at the simplest part of her job, public appearances, she is falling embarrassingly flat.

She says ridiculous things in interviews with friendly journalists, as when she said in February that she was taken aback at the lack of a vaccine “stockpile” when she came into office. (Why would there be a stockpile of vaccines that had been rush-produced and were immediately distributed in order to stop a pandemic?)

She laughs when it’s inappropriate, such as that time when a reporter asked if she had any plans to visit the southern border, and her answer, “not today,” was followed by a forced and self-conscious cackle.

PLEASE STAY THAT WAY

Addressing a graduating class at the Naval Academy last week, she crammed in a gender-inclusive line about male soldiers wanting to carry lighter equipment the same way women do. She pushed out an uncomfortable giggle for that one, too.

Harris has fast become our cringiest vice president.

Maybe Biden should help her out and take back some of those fake responsibilities.

What did she tell the soon to be graduates that they didn’t know?

Wow, our world is interconnected, I wonder if she made that up?

After attending Howard University and the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law, Kamala Harris embarked on a rise through the California legal system, emerging as state attorney general in 2010.

Following the November 2016 elections, Harris became just the second African American woman and the first South Asian American to win a seat in the U.S. Senate.

She declared her candidacy for the 2020 U.S. presidential election on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019 but dropped out of the race before the end of the year.

In August 2020, Joe Biden announced Harris as vice presidential running mate and after a close race, Biden and Harris were elected in November 2020.

Early Life

Kamala Devi Harris was born on October 20, 1964, in Oakland, California. Reared in a predominantly African American neighborhood of Berkeley, she was brought to civil rights demonstrations as a toddler and sang in a Baptist choir

Harris’ mother, Shyamala, emigrated from India to attend the University of California, Berkeley, where she met Harris’ Jamaican-born father, Donald.

Shyamala carved out a career as a renowned breast-cancer researcher, while Donald became a Stanford University economics professor. 

Her mother also ensured that Harris and her younger sister, Maya, maintained ties to their Indian heritage by raising them with Hindu beliefs and taking them to her home country every couple of years.

Harris’ parents divorced when she was seven years old, and at age 12 she moved with her mother and sister to Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

She learned to speak some French during her time in Quebec and demonstrated her burgeoning political instincts by organizing a protest against a building owner who wouldn’t allow neighborhood kids to play on the lawn.

Education

Harris attended Westmount High School in Quebec, where she founded a dance troupe with a friend. Returning to the States to enter Howard University in Washington, D.C., she was elected to the liberal arts student council and joined the debate team, en route to a B.A. in political science and economics.

Harris then enrolled at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, earning her J.D. in 1989.

Early Career

After earning admittance to the State Bar of California in 1990, Harris began her career as a deputy district attorney in Alameda County.

She became managing attorney of the Career Criminal Unit in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office in 1998, and in 2000 she was appointed chief of its Community and Neighborhood Division, during which time she established the state’s first Bureau of Children’s Justice.

San Francisco District Attorney

In 2003, Harris defeated incumbent Terence Hallinan, her former boss, to become San Francisco district attorney.

Her accomplishments in this role include the launch of the “Back on Track” initiative that cut recidivism by offering job training and other educational programs for low-level offenders.

However, Harris also drew criticism for adhering to a campaign pledge and refusing to seek the death penalty for a gang member convicted of the 2004 killing of police officer Isaac Espinoza.

California Attorney General

Harris continued her political ascent by narrowly beating Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley for California attorney general in November 2010, making her both the first African American and the first woman to hold the position.

She quickly made an impact in her role by pulling out of negotiations for a settlement from the country’s five largest financial institutions for improper mortgage practices, eventually scoring a $20 million payout in 2012 that was five times the original proposed figure for her state.

The attorney general also made waves for her refusal to defend Proposition 8, a 2008 California ballot measure that was deemed unconstitutional by a federal court.

After the U.S. Supreme Court dismissed an attempt to appeal the ruling in 2013, Harris officiated the first same-sex marriage in California since Prop 8 was initially enacted.

Additional accomplishments include a successful lawsuit against the false advertising of the for-profit Corinthian Colleges chain, as well as continued legal pursuit of the classified advertising service Backpage, which led to its CEO pleading guilty to facilitating prostitution and money laundering after Harris moved on to the Senate.

U.S. Senator

In November 2016, Harris handily defeated Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez for a U.S. Senate seat from California, thereby becoming just the second African American woman and the first South Asian American to enter the Senate.

Harris has since joined the chamber’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, Select Committee on Intelligence, Committee on the Judiciary and Committee on the Budget. She has supported a single-payer healthcare system and introduced legislation to increase access to outdoor recreation sites in urban areas and provide financial relief in the face of rising housing costs.

Harris has also made a name for herself from her spot on the Judiciary Committee, particularly for her pointed questioning of Brett Kavanaugh, who faced accusations of sexual assault after being nominated for Supreme Court justice in 2018, and of then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a 2017 hearing that delved into alleged collusion between the Trump team and Russian agents.

2020 Presidential Race

On January 21, 2019, during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day interview on Good Morning America, Harris announced she was running for president in 2020.

One of the top Democratic candidates, Harris joined a field that already included Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in a bid to push President Donald Trump from the White House after one term.

One week after her GMA announcement, Harris formally kicked off her campaign before an estimated 20,000 supporters at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California. She remained near the top of the Democratic polls over the following weeks, withstanding the brouhaha that ensued when she admitted to smoking marijuana in a February interview, and another when an animal rights activist confronted her onstage at a political event in June.

THE END

She says ridiculous things in interviews with friendly journalists, as when she said in February that she was taken aback at the lack of a vaccine “stockpile” when she came into office. (Why would there be a stockpile of vaccines that had been rush-produced and were immediately distributed in order to stop a pandemic?)

She laughs when it’s inappropriate, such as that time when a reporter asked if she had any plans to visit the southern border, and her answer, “not today,” was followed by a forced and self-conscious cackle.

Addressing a graduating class at the Naval Academy last week, she crammed in a gender-inclusive line about male soldiers wanting to carry lighter equipment the same way women do. She pushed out an uncomfortable giggle for that one, too.

Harris has fast become our cringiest vice president.

Maybe Biden should help her out and take back some of those fake responsibilities.

What did she tell the soon to be graduates that they didn’t know?

Wow, our world is interconnected, I wonder if she made that up?

After attending Howard University and the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law, Kamala Harris embarked on a rise through the California legal system, emerging as state attorney general in 2010.

Following the November 2016 elections, Harris became just the second African American woman and the first South Asian American to win a seat in the U.S. Senate.

She declared her candidacy for the 2020 U.S. presidential election on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019 but dropped out of the race before the end of the year.

In August 2020, Joe Biden announced Harris as vice presidential running mate and after a close race, Biden and Harris were elected in November 2020.

Early Life

Kamala Devi Harris was born on October 20, 1964, in Oakland, California. Reared in a predominantly African American neighborhood of Berkeley, she was brought to civil rights demonstrations as a toddler and sang in a Baptist choir

Harris’ mother, Shyamala, emigrated from India to attend the University of California, Berkeley, where she met Harris’ Jamaican-born father, Donald.

Shyamala carved out a career as a renowned breast-cancer researcher, while Donald became a Stanford University economics professor. 

Her mother also ensured that Harris and her younger sister, Maya, maintained ties to their Indian heritage by raising them with Hindu beliefs and taking them to her home country every couple of years.

Harris’ parents divorced when she was seven years old, and at age 12 she moved with her mother and sister to Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

She learned to speak some French during her time in Quebec and demonstrated her burgeoning political instincts by organizing a protest against a building owner who wouldn’t allow neighborhood kids to play on the lawn.

Education

Harris attended Westmount High School in Quebec, where she founded a dance troupe with a friend. Returning to the States to enter Howard University in Washington, D.C., she was elected to the liberal arts student council and joined the debate team, en route to a B.A. in political science and economics.

Harris then enrolled at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, earning her J.D. in 1989.

Early Career

After earning admittance to the State Bar of California in 1990, Harris began her career as a deputy district attorney in Alameda County. She became managing attorney of the Career Criminal Unit in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office in 1998, and in 2000 she was appointed chief of its Community and Neighborhood Division, during which time she established the state’s first Bureau of Children’s Justice.

San Francisco District Attorney

In 2003, Harris defeated incumbent Terence Hallinan, her former boss, to become San Francisco district attorney.

Her accomplishments in this role include the launch of the “Back on Track” initiative that cut recidivism by offering job training and other educational programs for low-level offenders.

However, Harris also drew criticism for adhering to a campaign pledge and refusing to seek the death penalty for a gang member convicted of the 2004 killing of police officer Isaac Espinoza.

California Attorney General

Harris continued her political ascent by narrowly beating Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley for California attorney general in November 2010, making her both the first African American and the first woman to hold the position.

She quickly made an impact in her role by pulling out of negotiations for a settlement from the country’s five largest financial institutions for improper mortgage practices, eventually scoring a $20 million payout in 2012 that was five times the original proposed figure for her state.

The attorney general also made waves for her refusal to defend Proposition 8, a 2008 California ballot measure that was deemed unconstitutional by a federal court.

After the U.S. Supreme Court dismissed an attempt to appeal the ruling in 2013, Harris officiated the first same-sex marriage in California since Prop 8 was initially enacted.

Additional accomplishments include a successful lawsuit against the false advertising of the for-profit Corinthian Colleges chain, as well as continued legal pursuit of the classified advertising service Backpage, which led to its CEO pleading guilty to facilitating prostitution and money laundering after Harris moved on to the Senate.

U.S. Senator

In November 2016, Harris handily defeated Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez for a U.S. Senate seat from California, thereby becoming just the second African American woman and the first South Asian American to enter the Senate.

Harris has since joined the chamber’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, Select Committee on Intelligence, Committee on the Judiciary and Committee on the Budget. She has supported a single-payer healthcare system and introduced legislation to increase access to outdoor recreation sites in urban areas and provide financial relief in the face of rising housing costs.

Harris has also made a name for herself from her spot on the Judiciary Committee, particularly for her pointed questioning of Brett Kavanaugh, who faced accusations of sexual assault after being nominated for Supreme Court justice in 2018, and of then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a 2017 hearing that delved into alleged collusion between the Trump team and Russian agents.

2020 Presidential Race

On January 21, 2019, during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day interview on Good Morning America, Harris announced she was running for president in 2020.

One of the top Democratic candidates, Harris joined a field that already included Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in a bid to push President Donald Trump from the White House after one term.

One week after her GMA announcement, Harris formally kicked off her campaign before an estimated 20,000 supporters at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California. She remained near the top of the Democratic polls over the following weeks, withstanding the brouhaha that ensued when she admitted to smoking marijuana in a February interview, and another when an animal rights activist confronted her onstage at a political event in June.

Harris stood out as one of the top performers of the first Democratic primary debate in late June, garnering headlines for taking Joe Biden to task over his history of opposing federal busing for school integration. She found herself a target of attacks during the second debate the following month, with Biden and the rest criticizing her healthcare plan and aspects of her record as California attorney general.

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We’re from the government and we are here to “Hep Ya”

By Jim Campbell

September 10th, 2021

A phrase we have heard oh to often, that few with the exception poor democrats believe.

With the exception of a handful of situations, and none come immediately to mind when do the feds do a better job than the private sector?

In this case eleven people were wounded, non killed the excuse being that IRS agents aren’t adequately trained in the use of automatic weapons.

John Stossel in his comments below addresses the issue in a thought provoking way.

Recorded history in the U.S. shows this to be the case especially when mother nature brings her wrath upon us.

GALVESTON, TX – JUNE 19: Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) gives a speech during the opening of the mural as a part of Juneteenth Legacy Project commemorating the end of slavery in the United States on June 19, 2021 in Galveston, Texas. Juneteenth celebrations, now recognized as a federal holiday, are taking place around the country in recognition of the emancipation of African-American slaves. (Photo by Go Nakamura/Getty Images)

Yep, bringing up more racial acrimony, his her way of bringing the races together.

She would have done well to follow her icon, Obama and become just one more street organizer and thug.

U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee is just another example of a congressional fool who apparently never took an economics class.

In the end the taxpayers pick up the tab.

Should we expect anything less from a government that is here to “hep us?”

THE END

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Are we all equal in the eyes of the law?

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Comment by Jim Campbell

September 10th, 2021

Biden Exempts Over 600,000 USPS Workers From Federal Mandatory Vaccination Order.

Seriously, does anyone in their right mind take anything coming from this moribund administration seriously?

They won’t be following the 2020 elections.

Looks like the true believers among us will be putting on masks and gloves to go to their mail boxes if Biden’s latest delusions are put into law.

Governor Chris DeSantis of Florida is the likely front runner for the Republican’s in the upcoming presidential elections in 2004.

Zero Hedge

Tyler Durden Sep 10th, 2021

All people are equal before “the scienceTM“, but some unions are more equal.

We previously noted that in an unspoken footnote to Biden’s bombastic “no jab, no job” speech, various labor unions had quietly (and not so quietly) voiced their displeasure to the now official mandatory vaccinations including NYC teachers, California’s largest public sector union and of course, the US Postal Service.

And now we know that while Biden was eager to frame his new vaxx policy as all inclusive and with no exception, that was not really true.

According to the Washington Post citing a “White House official speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss not-yet-public portions of the president’s plan,”U.S. Postal Service workers were not included in Biden’s executive order requiring all federal employees to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.rent

While Biden framed his mandate as one covering all federal workers and all companies with more than 100 staff, he forgot to mention that any labor union that is instrumental in keeping the Democrats in power would be granted a very “unscientific” exemption.

The loophole in question, according to the report, according to the White House source, is that the “USPS has a separate statutory scheme and is traditionally independent of federal personnel actions like this” even though postal workers would be strongly encouraged to comply with the mandate.

Paradoxically, the WaPo also notes that this “explainer” is in conflict with reality: after all, the Postal Service is an independent agency of the executive branch, and it is required to be specifically included in executive orders that apply to working conditions for federal employees. [The Post office is an NGO and contracts with the federal government.]

In any case, we doubt “strong encouragement” will be sufficient to get most postal workers jabbed since the reason they refuse to get vaccinated in the first place is lack of trust in the government, the same reason tens of millions of Americans also refuse to get jabbed.

But since they don’t represent one of the most politically powerful unions in the US, they don’t get to be “strongly encouraged” and instead are told what to do.

What is even more bizarre is that according to the WaPo, the 644,000 strong USPS workforce, which represents a massive chunk of the federal workforce, interacts daily with an equally learg swath of the public.

As such if Biden was really worried about super spreaders, he would vaccinate postal workers first. The fact that he won’t suggests that other things are at play here besides “the scienceTM

So how did over 600,000 Federal workers get a carveout? Simple:

One of the Postal Service’s powerful unions, the American Postal Workers Union, in July criticized the administration’s efforts to require federal workers to be vaccinated and demanded that postal leadership collectively bargain on the issue.

“While the APWU leadership continues to encourage postal workers to voluntarily get vaccinated, it is not the role of the federal government to mandate vaccinations for the employees we represent,” the union said in a statement.

For the executive branch, the answer is simple: we are just over a year away from the next mail in elections and the Democrats can not take any chances.

[LOL, this will be the final flush down the crapper for many of them in next years elections]

Curiously, shortly after the WaPo original reported about the USPS exemption, someone woke up Joe from his nap or got in touch with whoever really runs the country, and advised them that the natives may get restless at this glorious hypocrisy, and so a “senior Biden admin” told Yahoo that “U.S. Postal Service workers are subject to a rule to be developed by the Labor Department mandating coronavirus vaccinations for workers and weekly testing for non-vaccinated employees at companies with over 100 workers, a senior Biden administration official told CNN and the Washington Post.”

In other words, for the purposes of keeping the labor union happy, USPS workers – which comprise the largest group of Federal employees – will be treated as, get this, private sector employees for legal purposes.

This means they will be covered under the OSHA vaccine/testing mandate – and thus not face the “no jab, no job” dilemma – rather than the federal employee mandatory vaccination order.

Finally, just in case WaPo’s Jacob Bogage gets a tap on the shoulder and is told to quietly delete what will spark even more confusion and chaos in the administration, here is a snapshot of their original report.

THE END

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Now we know what Biden’s handlers do to minimize his prime time gaffs

By Jim Campbell

September 10th, 2021

Anyone who has followed Biden’s speeches and comments knows that some times he appears on while other times he’s as clueless as a two year old child.

WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 12: U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris speaks as U.S. President Joe Biden listens during an event on the American Rescue Plan in the Rose Garden of the White House on March 12, 2021 in Washington, DC. President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act into law that will send aid to millions of Americans struggling from the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

There is a reason.

Between his mumblings, they turn his microphone off.

This is no longer something that can just be scoffed about.

While Kamala Harris is trying to use the 25th Amendment to remove him and become president she is now clearly aware that her approval ratings are worse than Biden’s.

Once again it’s starting to look like the Democratic party hasn’t learned a thing from their loss in the 2016 Presidential election.

One huge problem they had in 2016 was that the DNC and Hillary conspired to make sure that she was the nominee despite being a highly unlikable candidate by almost any measure, including polling.

Because she is unlikable and has proven to be incompetent. [How many times was she charged with fixing the border crisis? She never got closer than 800 hundred miles to El Paso, Texas.]

Biden is personable and unlikeable.

Give it time though, with Bidens tragic handling of Afghanistan and the Southern Border, his approval ratings are sinking like a brick.

He may well catch Kamala.

Kamala Harris’s troubling record as California’s attorney general.

But the problem here is one very much like in 2016. Kamala Harris is not a likeable candidate and it has already been on display during her short campaign.

Not only that, her mannerisms are even similar to Hillary Clinton’s, and these mannerisms were not an asset during Hillary’s political career as most voters found them robotic and cold.

One example is the bizarre and nervous laughing that seems common with both Hillary and Kamala.

Below is a video where Harris talks with the hosts of the radio show The Breakfast Club where she lies about various aspects of her young life, such as listening to Snoop Dogg while in college despite Snoop’s career not yet being underway at that time.

But more importantly, listen to the bizarre and nervous laughing that sounds eerily similar to Clinton’s.

Also of note, she does this laughing when lying, just as Clinton often did.

Nobody in the room is laughing nearly as much as Harris is.

Liberals with minimal functioning brains may think Harris is cool, but as president?

Come on, she will never be cool and we certainly don’t need another Marxist in the White House.

Let’s hope that when this less than dynamic duo is finished, Kamala’s will be as well.

Bet that J Street lobbyists are lining up to sign her on which will be just one more sad day for America.

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Fort Hood gunman congratulates Taliban from death row in handwritten letter

Comment by Jim Campbell

September 8th, 2021

Death Sentence of Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood Multiple Murderer, Affirmed by U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals

It would seem to be a just sentence for a jihadist who had business cards printed up saying, Soldier of Allah.

A 2011 report by the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs called Hasan “a ticking time bomb” and showed how the Army major was radicalized in plain sight, faulting the FBI and Department of Defense for a “superficial inquiry” into the email exchanges with al Awlaki.

The Washington Examiner

By Pamela K. Browne  | September 08, 2021

EXCLUSIVE — The former U.S. Army major and self-described “soldier of Allah” behind the deadly 2009 massacre at Fort Hood cheered the resurgent Taliban ’s takeover of Afghanistan in a letter obtained exclusively by the Washington Examiner.

Writing from death row at Fort Leavenworth , Nidal Hasan boasted “We Have Won” and congratulated the Taliban. Hasan, who gunned down 14 people and wounded 43 more, urged the nascent terrorist government to implement its brand of brutal oppression under the guise of religion.

“Congratulations on your victory over those who hate for the Laws of All-Mighty God to be supreme on the land,” Hasan wrote in the letter, dated Aug. 18. “I pray to Allah that He helps you implement Shariah Law full, correctly and fairly.”

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Although Hasan, who was radicalized by Imam Anwar al Awlaki and had business cards calling himself a “soldier of Allah,” shouted “Allahu Akbar” during his Nov. 5, 2009, rampage, the Obama administration stubbornly refused to classify the attack as an act of terrorism. Instead, the Pentagon deemed it a case of “workplace violence,” which made victims ineligible for the Purple Heart until Congress intervened. In 2013, Hasan was convicted by a military court for murdering 13 people and sentenced to death.

In his neatly handwritten letter, Hasan asked his attorney, retired Army Col. John Galligan, to deliver his message of congratulations to the Taliban’s leadership — many of whom were held at Guantanamo Bay until they were freed by the Obama administration in a controversial swap for U.S. Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl .

This smug ass hole needs to be dealt with in an appropriate manner.

[The definition of appropriate manner will be left to the reader in the comments section below.]

“I’m not at all surprised by Maj. Nidal Hasan’s recent statement — he’s always been consistent in the terms of his support for the governments to be rooted upon Sharia law,” said Galligan, who is appealing Hasan’s court-martial conviction and death sentence. “Given the Taliban victory in Afghanistan and President Biden ’s apparent capitulation on many fronts, Nidal Hasan and I are anxious to see what, if any, action will be taken with respect to the individuals still incarcerated at Guantanamo.”

Nidal Hasan

Writing from death row at Fort Leavenworth, Nidal Hasan boasted “WE HAVE WON” and congratulated the Taliban. Hasan, who gunned down 14 people and wounded 43 more, urged the nascent terrorist government to implement its brand of brutal oppression under the guise of religion.

Hasan is paralyzed after being wounded during the attack, in which he fired hundreds of rounds into the packed deployment center at the base in Killeen, Texas.

Galligan said his client is fighting his current jailers over the length of his beard and is in poor health.

Former U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Shawn Manning, who survived Hasan’s spree despite being shot six times, said the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan makes this a particularly tough time for those who have served.

“Hasan stopped my deployment to Afghanistan.

But for the soldiers who are feeling like their sacrifice was for nothing, they should know we can’t control what politicians do, but we can control how we stand up for each other in this difficult time,” he said.

As for Hasan’s latest message to the world, Manning said, “I am not surprised that he would ally himself with a group of people who feel it necessary to kill women and children.”

Evidence revealed during Hasan’s court-martial showed that warning signs were missed prior to the attack. Hasan had corresponded via email with al Awlaki, then a wanted terrorist and the subject of a bungled top-tier FBI counterintelligence investigation under former FBI Director Robert Mueller .

In the 18 emails with al Awlaki, Hasan wrote about killing fellow U.S. soldiers and boasted that he considered himself an extension of al Awlaki and al Qaeda.

Multiple government investigations, including one sanctioned by Mueller, confirmed there was a mishandling of the Hasan emails with al Awlaki prior to the attack at Fort Hood .

Al Awlaki was killed by a Hellfire missile in Yemen on Sept. 30, 2011, in a drone strike ordered by the United States.

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