Friday, April 12, 2024
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Barbie, Blackmail, and Bureaucrats (and Five Other Random Thoughts)

Random thoughts about the past seven days: 

• If you rely on Taylor Swift to tell you how to vote and for whom to vote then you’re an idiot. 

• Barbie gets nominated for Best Picture, but Sound of Freedom gets ignored. That’s because Hollywood is full of woke feminists….and pedophiles. 

• Davy Crockett, Sam Houston and everyone else who fought at the Alamo and/or defeated Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto are looking down with pride upon their descendants this week. 

• Does somebody have blackmail material on U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts? It sure seems that way. Did he have an affair? Did he go to Epstein Island? Does someone have a photo of him with a goat? 

• Think about all of the sleazy, unethical, and even criminal abuses of power that bureaucrats, politicians and corporate media are resorting to, all to keep Donald Trump out of the White House again. Are you now more inclined or less inclined to believe the 2020 election was rigged? 

• I’m watching the new True Detective show on Max. Every time I see something with Jodie Foster in it, I think about the irony of John Hinkley shooting Ronald Reagan to impress her….without even once taking the time to realize that the woman was most likely gay. 

• A person on the political right voting for Joe Biden over Donald Trump out of moral principle is like (a) firing a plumber who does a good job but is crude and cusses, belches, and farts in your home and (b) replacing him with a man who has (somewhat) better manners but still screws your plumbing system up so bad you end up having to pay for a new one. 

• As it pertains to E. Jean Carroll, Christine Blasey Ford and others: There are too many mentally ill men and women in society making too many unfounded accusations against too many other people. And, unfortunately, we as a society practice and respect due process less and less, so much so the accusation alone is now supposed proof of the supposed wrongdoing. Call me paranoid, but I think it’s time everybody started wearing bodycams as an insurance policy. 

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