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Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 4:34 p.m. No.18464230   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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>>18463485 Ugandan MP tells Canadian gov’t to keep pro-abortion propaganda out of Africa

>>18463512 "America First IS Ascendant" | Jack Posobiec On MAGA’s Growing Momentum

>>18463541 Beattie and Bannon discuss Tucker's expose of J6

>>18463547 Grassley ~ DOD Can't pass an Audit

>>18463561 Mike Davis: Newly Released Jan. 6 Footage Exposes FBI And DoJ


>>18463626, >>18463689 PM Sunak tweets If you come to the UK illegally you will be "denied access to the UK's modern slavery system."

>>18463630 Rules Committee hearing

>>18463640 Mike Davis says Jim Jordan set up the Weaponization Committee to fail

>>18463677 Weaponization Committee THREAD

>>18463749 January 6th Tapes DESTROY Insurrection Narratives and Politicians FREAK

>>18463795, >>18463857, >>18463953 CALL FOR JANUARY 6TH MEMES

>>18463808 Trump in Quantum Leap Series (S04E18)

>>18463836, >>18463957 FTC asks Twitter for Elon Musk’s internal communications: report

>>18463847, >>18464020 Investigators find vessel involved in Nord Stream sabotage – media


>>18463883 PF - B-52H 'High Tension III' aka 61-0013

>>18463896 Voting tech firm spotlights Murdochs in defamation suit

>>18463897 Police break up anti-government protest in Georgia - EU

>>18463916 PF - Global Hawk up over the gulf coast, and a B-52 headed that way.

>>18463919 McConnell Says It Was a “Mistake” For Tucker Carlson to Show January 6 Footage That Government Fought to Keep Hidden

>>18463924 According to Wikipedia, asking why people don't include that Ukraine was shelling Donbass for 8 years in their talking about the conflict, is now disinformation.

>>18463961 Elon Musk Says He Might Put A Propaganda Warning Label On CNN's Tweets

>>18463990, >>18463996, >>18464005, >>18464019, >>18464024, >>18464028 NYT claiming Ukraine bombed the Nordstream pipeline.

>>18463994 U.S. Troops Running Out of Arms and Munitions as Biden Keeps Sending More to Ukraine

>>18464018, >>18464035 ERIC News – Florida, Missouri and West Virginia Are OUT!

>>18464065 The ADL says that speaking out against warmongers, globalists, communists, and people who hate this country is anti semitic.

>>18464066 NYT “Rolls Out Limited Hangout” To Cover-Up CIA’s Involvement In Nordstream Pipeline Bombing, Posobiec Reports

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Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 4:34 p.m. No.18464232   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>18462700, >>18462714 US judge strikes down Missouri gun law as unconstitutional.

>>18462728 Inflatable arms maker reports soaring demand

>>18462731 George Soros, The billionaire, who attacked India’s government for being ‘undemocratic’, spends billions on civil society groups across geographies through his Open Society Foundations

>>18462745 The Russian Defense Ministry reported the return of 90 servicemen, while Kiev says it got back 130

>>18462778 Rules Committee Hearing on HR 140 [Protecting Speech from Government Interference], S 619 [COVID Origin], HJ Res 27 [Revised Definition of Waters of the United States]

>>18462793 Twitter suspended 800,000 accounts that distributed child sexual abuse material in February.

>>18462828 U.S. to lift Covid testing requirements on travelers from China

>>18462829 Senate GOP Leaders Hold Press Briefing After Tucker Releases J6 Footage

>>18462848 DJT - Chaya Raichik, creator of the incredible account Libs of TikTok, has received endless death threats and media attacks

>>18462855 Florida ditches voter-fraud detection system amid Soros conspiracy theory

>>18462859 Democrat Lawmakers in Maryland Introduce Bill Preventing Anyone 25 Under from Being Charged with Felony Murder

>>18462866 DJT - My friend Sean Spicer and I know all about Fake News

>>18462879 28 girls hospitalized with ‘anxiety’ after playing with Ouija board

>>18462881 An SPLC Attorney Is Among 23 #ANTIFA Rioters Arrested

>>18462894, >>18462896 Police tell Catholic woman 'praying is an offence' as she is arrested for second time for silently praying

>>18462902, >>18463089, >>18463262 CALL FOR JANUARY 6TH MEMES / Twitter Hashtags

>>18462910 Dan Andrews used secret taxpayer-funded polling to decide whether to continue brutal Covid lockdowns

>>18462926, >>18462935, >>18462966 Twitter Trending - Panic in DC, Capitol, Liz Cheney. Chuck Schumer, Kevin McCarthy

>>18462955 Student Loan Lender SoFi Sues Biden Admin To End Payment Pause Extension

>>18462977, >>18463004 McConnell says "it was a mistake" for Fox News to depict Jan. 6 "in a way that's completely at variance with what our chief law enforcement official here at the Capitol thinks."

>>18463024, >>18463303 Graham says he will introduce bill to ‘set the stage’ for US to use military force in Mexico

>>18463036, >>18463080, >>18463137, >>18463375 Costco customers concerned as their beloved rotisserie chicken suddenly tastes like chemicals / Chlorinated Chicken?

>>18463092 Karine Jean-Pierre Reacts to January 6 Footage Released by Tucker Carlson: “Worst Attack on Our Democracy Since the Civil War”

>>18463177 Jan 6th, Tucker Investigates

>>18463201 Searching For Tucker Carlson’s Bombshell J6 Videos? YouTube Censors Will Direct You To Fake Fact Checks Instead

>>18463327 Walmart is set up inside the Florida Capitol giving out the Covid-19 Vaccines!

>>18463328 Three threads on election corruption disinfo campaign involving ODNI, CISA, Media, Big Tech

>>18463419 Beattie Exposes The Hidden Agenda Targeting Trump

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Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 4:34 p.m. No.18464234   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>18461960, >>18461967, >>18461975 >>18462004 Schumer: January 6th footage released by Speaker McCarthy to Fox News: "What a low point for Speaker McCarthy, what a low point for Fox News."

>>18461970, >>18461977, >>18461981, >>18461984, >>18461990, >>18461991, >>18461992, >>18461994, >>18462047, >>18462053, >>18462063, >>18462068, >>18462072, >>18462077, >>18462115, >>18462153, >>18462156, >>18462161, >>18462203 January 6th Videos/MSM

>>18461983, >>18461987 Recently released bodycam video from DC Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) officers provides more angles to the Jan. 6 beating of protester Victoria White

>>18461996, >>18462001 The FBI’s D.C. field office treated Americans exercising their right to free speech as suspected criminals, with no evidence to do so

>>18462005 Rishi Sunak's press conference on government's new illegal migration bill – watch live

>>18462019 Uživo: Studentski protest protiv izdaje Kosova i Metohije

>>18462027, >>18462034, Twat Space on Censoring Shelby Pierson of ODNI

>>18462029 Increased Financial Fragility": Fed Paper Has 'Word Of Warning' For Central Banks Indulging Markets

>>18462033 Sour grapes Cheney

>>18462079 @SpaceForceDoD Testing complete, operational status is good to go! #ReadyForces

>>18462083, >>18462108 Japan’s New H3 Rocket Fails, JAXA Sends Self-Destruct Signal

>>18462087, >>18462118 October 2022, a group called the Press Coalition representing major news orgs asked judge in Chansley case for access to video exhibits used by DOJ in sentencing recommendation.

>>18462116 PF SAM120 C-32A went to Atlanta Int'l from JBA

>>18462137 @USNavy Swim Call, #BlueGreenTeam Style 🟦 ⚓ 🟩

>>18462149 Press Briefing by Press Secretary Buckwheat

>>18462151, >>18462163 Neo-Nazi brotherhood: How American friends of Ukrainian fascists plotted a terror attack in the US and the media ignored the story

>>18462216 Austin talks to "Qanon Shaman"

>>18462241 PF SAM290 USAF G5 SE from Reno Int'l-arrived yesterday and PAT250 Super Kng Air went to Amarillo, TX from Montgomery, AL

>>18462253, >>18462255 Thomas Massie demands all 44,000 hours of Capitol sureviellance footage from January 6th to be released directly to the American people, along with a full list of every Federal Agent who was present that day.

>>18462316 Blackrock Board Member and Former Pfizer Executive Is Behind Push for Chicken Vaccinations – Chicken Vax Company Is an Offshoot of Pfizer

>>18462323 Capitol Police says it reviewed just one Jan. 6 clip Tucker Carlson showed

>>18462352 Bruce Hensel, medical correspondent at Los Angeles NBC affiliate for over 30 years, avoids jail time despite soliciting nude photos from child

>>18462402 Trudeau Pledges ‘Disinfo’ Crackdown Amid Claims of Chinese Election Meddling on Behalf of His Party

>>18462425 Gang Members Hold Positions at ‘Highest Levels’ of LA Sheriff’s Department, Investigation Reveals

>>18462430 Mike Gill, Donald Trump Saves The Day…Biden, Ukraine, The New Hampshire Cartel

>>18462452 Ex-Clinton Lawyer Killed by ‘Turbulence’ during Flight

>>18462520 Pentagon says U.S. will keep military presence in Iraq, 20 years after invasion

>>18462541 Meet the British intelligence-linked firm that warped MH17 news coverage

>>18462559 Bombshell 1998 Interview Exposes Massive CIA Mind Control Operations Used on American Citizens

>>18462610 Central Bank Digital Currency Prison - Catherine Austin Fitts

>>18462627 Report shows Australia's excess mortality rate has risen to levels not seen since World War II

>>18462655 KJP on Tucker Carlson's Capitol Riot footage: "January 6 was the worst attack on our Democracy since the Civil War."

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>>18459607 #22634, >>18460327 #22635, >>18461175 #22636

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Anonymous ID: a15391 March 7, 2023, 4:37 p.m. No.18464255   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4298 >>4545

I was invited on Tucker Carlson’s show.


I will agree to go on after Tucker Carlson admits to his viewers live on air that he has been lying to them about the 2020 elections and about what happened on January 6th.

Anonymous ID: e6c1f1 March 7, 2023, 4:38 p.m. No.18464264   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4422

Tucker Carlson amplifies Jan. 6 lies with GOP-provided video

Anonymous ID: e6c1f1 March 7, 2023, 4:38 p.m. No.18464266   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4422

Extremists Co-opt Norfolk Southern Train Derailment in East Palestine, Ohio

Anonymous ID: 9ed597 March 7, 2023, 4:45 p.m. No.18464310   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4422

Joshua Philipp reminds folks of his Documentary - The Real Story of Jan 6


The truth about January 6 was bound to come out. I came to similar conclusions as Tucker in my documentary on J6:


The Real Story of January 6, a documentary by The Epoch Times, is narrated by Joshua Philipp. A close look at the deaths of supporters of Donald J. Trump.


7:12 PM · Mar 7, 2023

Anonymous ID: a0f6af March 7, 2023, 4:46 p.m. No.18464314   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4322

The expansion of our understanding of what the Bible, especially the Old Testament is actually recording and reporting is as profound as anything else going on around us in the present. Our history is far richer than our institutions insist.


Expand your thinking. The movie is going to get really, really interesting. We're being told this now for a reason.

Anonymous ID: a72cc1 March 7, 2023, 4:46 p.m. No.18464315   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4422

Green Bay Packer offensive tackle David Bakhtiari challenged the left-wing establishment media for a second time in a week on Monday when he called on journalists to stop “withholding the truth” from people.

This time, his target was CNN and other outlets that let their hatred for former President Donald Trump get in the way of providing the public with facts.

The New York Post reported former CNN CEO Jeff Zucker instructed network staffers to stay away from commenting on the probability the COVID pandemic began after the virus escaped a lab in China.

According to a source the Post described as close to CNN, Zucker had called any notion the virus escaped the Wuhan Lab of Virology a “Trump talking point” during the early days of the pandemic.

Since CNN’s former boss reportedly handed down an order to steer reporting away from the lab leak theory, we’ve learned some government officials believe the lab was a likely source of the virus.

The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the Department of Energy concluded the lab was “most likely” the culprit of the pandemic.

The department made the judgment on the lab leak theory with “low confidence” after reviewing new classified evidence, according to the report.

Bakhtiari defended his teammate Aaron Rodgers last week after late-night far-left talking head Jimmy Kimmel implied anyone who might be interested in seeing Jeffrey Epstein’s list of clients is a “tinfoil-hatter.”

Rodgers told radio host Pat McAfee last week he felt the timing of unidentified objects that were shot down over the continent last week was “interesting.”

Kimmel said of Rodgers, “It might be time to revisit that concussion protocol.”

Anonymous ID: 54aad0 March 7, 2023, 4:48 p.m. No.18464331   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4373

>>18464253 (LB)

>>18464240 (LB)

J6 Political Prisoners at DC Gulag Leak Heart-Breaking Video from Inside Jail Praying and Singing National Anthem – VIDEO

The January 6th political prisoners have been held in prison now for over 700 days for their actions on what now appears to be a federal operation at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.


As more video is released it becomes clearer by the day that the assault on the US Capitol was a coordinated, planned and designed attack on the American public with the full support of the Democrat Party and national media.

Anonymous ID: f8f9a2 March 7, 2023, 4:49 p.m. No.18464336   🗄️.is 🔗kun

>>18464224 (pb)


Spike protein from "wild type" or Pfizer teaches immune system to attack "self" apparently.

Anonymous ID: 9ed597 March 7, 2023, 4:49 p.m. No.18464343   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4422

House Democrats Lied About Whistleblower In Leak To Corrupt Media

MARCH 07, 2023


House Democrats lied when they said an investigation into an FBI whistleblower’s claim of retaliation had been dismissed, according to a letter obtained exclusively by The Federalist. On the contrary, an investigation into Special Agent Steve Friend’s claims is ongoing.


Last week, Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee leaked a “staff report” that contained numerous misrepresentations to The New York Times, Monday’s letter to Inspector General Michael Horowitz said. The letter — signed by Tristan Leavitt, the president of Empower Oversight, the legal services firm representing Friend — began by condemning the “Forward” from committee ranking member Jerry Nadler and subcommittee ranking member Stacey Plaskett that declared by fiat and without evidence: “[T]he three individuals we have met [including Friend] are not, in fact, ‘whistleblowers.’”


Friend is indeed a whistleblower, the letter said. Not only that, but throughout the report that Democrats crafted and peddled to multiple media outlets, they falsely and repeatedly claimed the Office of Inspector General (OIG) had rejected Friend’s whistleblower retaliation claims, Leavitt stressed. “These mischaracterizations in the Democrat staff report were subsequently parroted by multiple media outlets,” including CNN and The Washington Post.


Contrary to the Democrats’ claims, echoed by friendly media outlets, Leavitt’s letter says that Friend’s whistleblower retaliation complaint, originally filed in September 2022, remains pending with the DOJ’s inspector general. While Friend had also alleged “systematic abuses of the Constitution, laws, and policy by the FBI,” in December of 2022, those allegations were referred to the FBI’s Inspection Division. But in follow-up inquiries, the OIG made clear, according to Empower Oversight, that the referral did not apply to Friend’s whistleblower retaliation claims.


In fact, since then, “Special Agent Friend and Empower Oversight continued to furnish additional information” to the OIG, and the inspector general continues to receive and evaluate information, the letter said, explaining the attorneys’ understanding of the investigation’s status. Friend’s attorneys said they understood the OIG intended “to interview Friend in order to obtain a more complete understanding of his allegations and fully assess both his underlying disclosures as well as his retaliation claims.”


Yet some media, without seeking comment from the OIG, “uncritically repeated” Democrats’ false narrative that the inspector general had rejected Friend’s claims. Conversely, when other outlets sought comment and clarification on the status of Friend’s case, Horowitz remained silent.


“This suggests a disturbing situation in which your office’s silence is allowing its reputation for neutrality and objectivity to be hijacked by partisans and their media allies to leave a false impression with the public — all in the service of undermining a whistleblower for political purposes,” Leavitt wrote.


Given the inspector general’s silence, Empower Oversight requested an update on the status of his office’s investigation into Friend’s whistleblower retaliation complaint — something his attorneys should not have to request. But given the Democrats’ lies, apparently it’s necessary to correct the record.


Monday’s letter also chastised House Democrats for leaking excerpts of Friend’s deposition transcripts, “without authorization of the Committee.” This was in violation of the committee’s representation to Friend that it would treat the transcripts “confidentially,” the letter added.


The leaks will likely continue, however; and sadly, so will the blatant lies.



Anonymous ID: 0213c2 March 7, 2023, 4:50 p.m. No.18464346   🗄️.is 🔗kun

My driveway has a few small depression areas from tires sitting in one spot too long. Again today they were filled with liquids yet there was no rain last night, how can this possibly be? Chemical sabotage.

Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 4:50 p.m. No.18464348   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4379 >>4410 >>4424


Yeah or you can look at the banner.


BTW Famefaggots are similar to Paytriots and other grifters trying to expand their sphere of influence and projection of fame through Q stuff.

I am what you would call an Avatarfag, but not really because I don't post the same character each time.


So actually, I would just be an anime shitposter.

Anonymous ID: ead3be March 7, 2023, 4:50 p.m. No.18464349   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4362 >>4367

Arrayed on the Ladies' Day banquet table were yellow-green avocado pear halves stuffed with crabmeat and

mayonnaise, and platters of rare roast beef and cold chicken, and every so often a cut-glass bowl heaped with black

caviar. I hadn't had time to eat any breakfast at the hotel cafeteria that morning, except for a cup of over-stewed coffee so

bitter it made my nose curl, and I was starving.

Before I came to New York I'd never eaten out in a proper restaurant. I don't count Howard Johnson's, where I only

had French fries and cheeseburgers and vanilla frappes with people like Buddy Willard. I'm not sure why it is, but I love

food more than just about anything else. No matter how much I eat, I never put on weight. With one exception I've been

the same weight for ten years.

My favourite dishes are full of butter and cheese and sour cream. In New York we had so many free luncheons with

people on the magazine and various visiting celebrities I developed the habit of running my eye down those huge,

handwritten menus, where a tiny side-dish of peas costs fifty or sixty cents, until I'd picked the richest, most expensive

dishes and ordered a string of them.

We were always taken out on expense accounts, so I never felt guilty. I made a point of eating so fast I never kept

the other people waiting who generally ordered only chef's salad and grapefruit juice because they were trying to reduce.

Almost everybody I met in New York was trying to reduce.

'I want to welcome the prettiest, smartest bunch of young ladies our staff has yet had the good luck to meet,' the

plump, bald master-of-ceremonies wheezed into his lapel microphone. 'This banquet is just a small sample of the

hospitality our Food Testing Kitchens here on Ladies' Day would like to offer in appreciation for your visit.'

A delicate, ladylike spatter of applause, and we all sat down at the enormous linen-draped table.

There were eleven of us girls from the magazine, together with most of our supervising editors, and the whole staff

of the Ladies' Day Food Testing Kitchens in hygienic white smocks, neat hair-nets and flawless make-up of a uniform

peach-pie colour.

There were only eleven of us, because Doreen was missing. They had set her place next to mine for some reason,

and the chair stayed empty. I saved her place-card for her—a pocket mirror with 'Doreen' painted along the top of it in

lacy script and a wreath of frosted daisies around the edge, framing the silver hole where her face would show.

Doreen was spending the day with Lenny Shepherd. She spent most of her free time with Lenny Shepherd now.

In the hour before our luncheon at Ladies' Day—the big women's magazine that features lush double-page spreads

of technicolour meals, with a different theme and locale each month—we had been shown around the endless glossy

kitchens and seen how difficult it is to photograph apple pie à la mode under bright lights because the ice-cream keeps

melting and has to be propped up from behind with toothpicks and changed every time it starts looking too soppy.

The sight of all the food stacked in those kitchens made me dizzy. It's not that we hadn't enough to eat at home, it's

just that my grandmother always cooked economy joints and economy meat-loafs and had the habit of saying, the minute

you lifted the first forkful to your mouth, 'I hope you enjoy that, it cost forty-one cents a pound,' which always made me

feel I was somehow eating pennies instead of Sunday roast.

While we were standing up behind our chairs listening to the welcome speech, I had bowed my head and secretly

eyed the position of the bowls of caviar. One bowl was set strategically between me and Doreen's empty chair.

I figured the girl across from me couldn't reach it because of the mountainous centrepiece of marzipan fruit, and

Betsy, on my right, would be too nice to ask me to share it with her if I just kept it out of the way at my elbow by my

bread-and-butter plate. Besides, another bowl of caviar sat a little way to the right of the girl next to Betsy, and she

could eat that.

Anonymous ID: 66f3e3 March 7, 2023, 4:50 p.m. No.18464350   🗄️.is 🔗kun

>>18464178 LB

>>18464178 LB

Amazing that Haaretz points out my enemy so directly.

Can they be so bold?

They even had Jews imported from overseas to come terrorize on American soil.


At first when the Jews were pointed out to me, I was like 'You're just a Nazi that hates Jews, they're good people.'

Over the years I learned a lot.

Just about every organization and government entity in leadership roles that is fighting against me has a Jewish connection.

I'm neither racist nor antisemitic, but fuck.

Where does it stop?

Freemasons, Communists, Marxists, Satanists, and other 'ist's are also looking to get rid of me, so it's not just the Jews, but fuck.

Anonymous ID: 9ed597 March 7, 2023, 4:51 p.m. No.18464353   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4395 >>4422

The Hunt Is on for FBI Whistleblowers

Mar 07, 2023


Last Friday the House Judiciary Democrats released a staff report assessing testimony provided by three FBI whistleblowers to Republican members of the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. Overall, as expected, the Democrat report is a partisan hit job.


The report is the political equivalent of a gangland drive-by. But, just like the marauding criminals that infest Democrat-controlled major metropolitan centers, a ricochet or two drew blood.


In the pertinent part, the partisan report makes three claims. First, retired supervisory intelligence analyst George Hill, former special agent Garret O’Boyle, and former special agent Steve Friend do not meet the statutory definition of “whistleblower.” Second, no evidence of wrongdoing has been presented. And third, the three whistleblowers have expressed “extremist” views on the January 6th protests, about the FBI in general, and with regard to Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee to include its chair, Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH).


Legacy media outlets were quick to pounce on all the most sensational claims made by the Democrat staff report, and the last few days have produced a torrent of debate. But, the debate is a good thing so long as it results in the maintenance of liberty.


It’s entirely appropriate for the House Judiciary Committee to investigate the claims of whistleblowers, despite the conclusions drawn by the Office of Inspector General and the Office of Special Counsel. Furthermore, it’s not incumbent on the whistleblowers to provide incontrovertible evidence of their claims. The function of a whistleblower is to bring attention to abuses of power, so that the appropriate mechanism of redress and reform may be brought to bear.

Anonymous ID: ead3be March 7, 2023, 4:52 p.m. No.18464358   🗄️.is 🔗kun

My grandfather and I had a standing joke. He was the head waiter at a country club near my home town, and every

Sunday my grandmother drove in to bring him home for his Monday off. My brother and I alternated going with her, and

my grandfather always served Sunday supper to my grandmother and whichever of us was along as if we were regular

club guests. He loved introducing me to special titbits, and by the age of nine I had developed a passionate taste for cold

vichyssoise and caviar and anchovy paste.

The joke was that at my wedding my grandfather would see I had all the caviar I could eat. It was a joke because I

never intended to get married, and even if I did, my grandfather couldn't have afforded enough caviar unless he robbed

the country club kitchen and carried it off in a suitcase.

Under cover of the clinking of water goblets and silverware and bone china, I paved my plate with chicken slices.

Then I covered the chicken slices with caviar thickly as if I were spreading peanut-butter on a piece of bread. Then I

picked up the chicken slices in my fingers one by one, rolled them so the caviar wouldn't ooze off and ate them.

I'd discovered, after a lot of extreme apprehension about what spoons to use, that if you do something incorrect at

table with a certain arrogance, as if you knew perfectly well you were doing it properly, you can get away with it and

nobody will think you are bad-mannered or poorly brought up. They will think you are original and very witty.

I learned this trick the day Jay Cee took me to lunch with a famous poet. He wore a horrible, lumpy, speckled

brown tweed jacket and grey pants and a red-and-blue checked open-throated jersey in a very formal restaurant full of

fountains and chandeliers, where all the other men were dressed in dark suits and immaculate white shirts.

This poet ate his salad with his fingers, leaf by leaf, while talking to me about the antithesis of nature and art. I

couldn't take my eyes off the pale, stubby white fingers travelling back and forth from the poet's salad bowl to the poet's

mouth with one dripping lettuce leaf after another. Nobody giggled or whispered rude remarks. The poet made eating

salad with your fingers seem to be the only natural and sensible thing to do.

None of our magazine editors or the Ladies' Day staff members sat anywhere near me, and Betsy seemed sweet and

friendly, she didn't even seem to like caviar, so I grew more and more confident. When I finished my first plate of cold

chicken and caviar, I laid out another. Then I tackled the avocado and crabmeat salad.

Anonymous ID: 97102e March 7, 2023, 4:52 p.m. No.18464360   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4371 >>4386 >>4415 >>4422

Chuck Schumer to Join Senate Republicans in Overturning DC’s Soft-on-Crime Bill


Senate Democrat Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) told reporters on Tuesday that he would join the Senate Republican-led effort to overturn Washington, DC’s, controversial soft-on-crime bill.


“I’m going to vote yes,” Schumer said at a press conference. “It was a close question, but on balance I’m voting yes.”


The Democrat Senate Leader’s announcement comes after President Joe Biden announced he would not veto the GOP-led resolution to overturn the crime bill, backtracking his previous support.

Anonymous ID: 597585 March 7, 2023, 4:54 p.m. No.18464372   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4376 >>4387 >>4390 >>4400 >>4491 >>4587

>>18464269 pb

I doubt it.

any patriot would know it was a set -up


a patriot goes to antifa events? really?

Parades around for photo ops dressed in horns? Why would a Patriot do that?

the only Patriots who were there, inside the Capital, were dupes?

maybe I'm wrong. I'll keep an open mind.

They were whipped up by the FBI to diss Trump.

The line of the fake "Oath Keepers" was

"Trump failed" "We must do something"

"We can't just stand here"

"Trump speech was weak"


anon is an "I was there - er"


some people went along for the ride. Unfortunately.

Those innocent people are likely now locked up.

But I doubt about Shaman. Maybe I'm wrong.

The horns, I think, is too over the top.

it was staged.

Best case scenario he was / is a patsy.

After the Tucker footage, he'll be a Media star again?

supposedly a Q researcher?


Anonymous ID: ead3be March 7, 2023, 4:54 p.m. No.18464374   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4389 >>4434

Avocados are my favourite fruit. Every Sunday my grandfather used to bring me an avocado pear hidden at the

bottom of his briefcase under six soiled shirts and the Sunday comics. He taught me how to eat avocados by melting

grape jelly and French dressing together in a saucepan and filling the cup of the pear with the garnet sauce. I felt

homesick for that sauce. The crabmeat tasted bland in comparison.

'How was the fur show?' I asked Betsy, when I was no longer worried about competition over my caviar. I scraped

the last few salty black eggs from the dish with my soup spoon and licked it clean.

'It was wonderful,' Betsy smiled. 'They showed us how to make an all-purpose neckerchief out of mink tails and a

gold chain, the sort of chain you can get an exact copy of at Woolworth's for a dollar ninety-eight, and Hilda nipped

down to the wholesale fur warehouses right afterwards and bought a bunch of mink tails at a big discount and dropped in

at Woolworth's and then stitched the whole thing together coming up on the bus.'

I peered over at Hilda, who sat on the other side of Betsy. Sure enough, she was wearing an expensive-looking

scarf of furry tails fastened on one side by a dangling gilt chain.

I never really understood Hilda. She was six feet tall, with huge, slanted, green eyes and thick red lips and a vacant,

Slavic expression. She made hats. She was apprenticed to the Fashion Editor, which set her apart from the more literary

ones among us like Doreen and Betsy and I myself, who all wrote columns, even if some of them were only about health

and beauty. I don't know if Hilda could read, but she made startling hats. She went to a special school for making hats in

New York and every day she wore a new hat to work, constructed by her own hands out of bits of straw or fur or ribbon

or veiling in subtle, bizarre shades.

'That's amazing,' I said. 'Amazing.' I missed Doreen. She would have murmured some fine, scalding remark about

Hilda's miraculous furpiece to cheer me up.

I felt very low. I had been unmasked only that morning by Jay Cee herself, and I felt now that all the uncomfortable

suspicions I had about myself were coming true, and I couldn't hide the truth much longer. After nineteen years of running

after good marks and prizes and grants of one sort and another, I was letting up, slowing down, dropping clean out of the


'Why didn't you come along to the fur show with us?' Betsy asked. I had the impression she was repeating herself,

and that she'd asked me the same question a minute ago, only I couldn't have been listening. 'Did you go off with


'No,' I said, 'I wanted to go to the fur show, but Jay Cee called up and made me come into the office.' That wasn't

quite true about wanting to go to the show, but I tried to convince myself now that it was true, so I could be really

wounded about what Jay Cee had done.

I told Betsy how I had been lying in bed that morning planning to go to the fur show. What I didn't tell her was that

Doreen had come into my room earlier and said, 'What do you want to go to that assy show for, Lenny and I are going to

Coney Island, so why don't you come along? Lenny can get you a nice fellow, the day's shot to hell anyhow with that

luncheon and then the film première in the afternoon, sonobody'll miss us.'

Anonymous ID: 5272d1 March 7, 2023, 4:56 p.m. No.18464379   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4407


No, you're a male with a little pecker who doxxed himself here with pics of face and pecker and little knee hi socks. This anon screen grabbed your pics. You're a sad excuse for a grown ass man.

Anonymous ID: f5fcfa March 7, 2023, 4:56 p.m. No.18464385   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4422

Weaponized Podcast - The Baghdad Phantom UAP

March 7, 2023


Investigative journalists Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp obtained and are revealing for the first time, US military filmed UFO footage from an active conflict zone; imaged by the US Air Force using a Reaper drone. This UFO has been officially designated by the Air Force as a UAP (Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena), but is NOT yet currently part of the active United States UAP investigations; seemingly due to obstacles of information-flow after collection. The Department of Defense’s AARO (All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office) is NOW aware of this case.




DATE / TIME - 14 May 2022

LOCATION - These 6 images (and footage) were taken north of the city of Baghdad, Iraq.

DURATION - The video is 7 seconds long. The “cylindrical” UAP labeled THE BAGHDAD PHANTOM UAP is seen in transit “under intelligent control - in controlled flight” moving in a stable lateral direction across the video (from left to right from the viewers perspective).

IMAGING TYPE - Thermographic / Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR)

RECONNAISSANCE CRAFT - US Air Force / Reaper Drone




The filming of THE BAGHDAD PHANTOM UAP was NOT an isolated UAP event in the area during this 24 hour period.

UAP consisting of various shapes were filmed during this UAP event series.

Corroborative data from multiple types of sensor data were used to document these UAP events - including THERMAL & RADAR.

Anonymous ID: cfa6cd March 7, 2023, 4:57 p.m. No.18464391   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>Ahole you are?

So, you are advocating tranime as a completely unbiased and great baker?

Do you condone the famefaggotry and penis posts of said baker?

The infiltration of the kitchen by this and other faggots, in anon's less than humble opinion, was a travesty.

Interstingly, in Brazil, a transvetite crossdresser is known as a travesti. Coincidence?

Methinks not!

Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 4:59 p.m. No.18464407   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4413 >>4428


You sound upset that it was a big hard throbbing cock..

Sorry Anon, but an erect benis would be weird to post.

Besides, you're the faggot who saved it.

Shows a lot more about you than me, I was just proving that I was Jewish.

Anonymous ID: a72cc1 March 7, 2023, 4:59 p.m. No.18464408   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4422 >>4438 >>4456

Last night, FoxNews personality Tucker Carlson released the first of 44,000 hours of surveillance and body camera video covering the January 6 demonstration in the US Capitol. This video has been in the possession of the “Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol.” My colleague Nickarama gave a terrific rundown of the video released by Carlson (Tucker Releases Clips That Blow up the Jan. 6 Narrative). What last night’s clips show is that several of the narratives pushed by the January 6 star chamber were blatant lies.

One of the many egregious lies was the slander of Georgia Representative Barry Loudermilk.

In March 2021, one of the prosecutors in the coming show trials, Michael Sherwin, claimed that the government investigators who had skipped completely over Ray Epps and the mysterious pipe-bomber were now investigating really important stuff like the possibility that some of the demonstrators may have legally visited the US Capitol.

On May 19, 2022, the leadership of the silly little kangaroo court investigating the “insurrection” on January 6 sent Rep. Loudermilk a letter alleging that he led a “reconnaissance” tour of the Capitol on January 5 and demanding answers.

The leaders of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol asked a Republican congressman on Thursday to submit to questioning about a tour of the complex he gave one day before the riot, saying they were looking into whether rioters had conducted reconnaissance of the building before the rampage.

In a Thursday letter to Representative Barry Loudermilk, the top two members of the panel said investigators had obtained evidence that the Georgia Republican had led a tour through parts of the Capitol complex on Jan. 5, 2021, when it was closed to visitors because of pandemic restrictions. Mr. Loudermilk has denied having led any “reconnaissance” tour.

“Public reporting and witness accounts indicate some individuals and groups engaged in efforts to gather information about the layout of the U.S. Capitol, as well as the House and Senate office buildings, in advance of Jan. 6, 2021,” said a letter to Mr. Loudermilk from Representative Bennie Thompson, Democrat of Mississippi and the chairman of the panel, and Representative Liz Cheney, Republican of Wyoming and the vice chairwoman.

They did not directly allege that any person escorted by Mr. Loudermilk later attacked the Capitol. But they suggested that they had obtained evidence that he had led visitors around the complex, writing that their review of evidence “directly contradicts” Republicans’ denials that closed-circuit security camera footage showed no such tours had taken place.

The funny thing is that the letters the January 6 goobers sent to Loudermilk were never sent to him. They were just released to the press.

Loudermilk and other conservatives have accused the Jan. 6 Committee of using the footage to mislead the public and turn people against him. Wednesday night, he released a compilation of threatening phone calls his office has received and accused the committee of putting his safety in jeopardy.

“Once again, instead of contacting me directly, the committee has released carefully edited and select information to the press, with the clear intention of creating a false narrative about the visit to my office by constituents on January 5, 2021,” the Cassville Republican said in a statement. “I, my family, and my staff continue to receive serious threats of violence. I hold the J6 committee members and their staff directly responsible for these unfounded accusations and threats.”

The committee has written Loudermilk two letters asking him to answer questions on the record about the tour, but his office tells us the letters were not sent to him directly and therefore they have nothing to respond to.

But to some Democrats, the footage alone confirmed what they feared all along. Rep. Mikie Sherrill, of New Jersey, was among the members who in the weeks immediately after the insurrection raised concerns that Republicans may have aided rioters by conducting “reconnaissance tours.”

Anonymous ID: 597585 March 7, 2023, 5 p.m. No.18464414   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Adams was injured by the injection.

left him with a crooked smile.


look at his face; suffering.

A few weeks ago he want masks on babies and children again.

'23 Pain starts?

Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 5:01 p.m. No.18464422   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4440 >>4454




>>18464264 Tucker Carlson amplifies Jan. 6 lies with GOP-provided video

>>18464266 Extremists Co-opt Norfolk Southern Train Derailment in East Palestine, Ohio

>>18464310 Joshua Philipp reminds folks of his Documentary - The Real Story of Jan 6

>>18464315 NFL Player Calls Out Fake News

>>18464343 House Democrats Lied About Whistleblower In Leak To Corrupt Media

>>18464353 The Hunt Is on for FBI Whistleblowers

>>18464360 Chuck Schumer to Join Senate Republicans in Overturning DC’s Soft-on-Crime Bill

>>18464385 Weaponized Podcast - The Baghdad Phantom UAP

>>18464408 The J6 Committee Lied to America About Representative Loudermilk, When Will Speaker McCarthy Punish the Liars?



Anonymous ID: a72cc1 March 7, 2023, 5:02 p.m. No.18464438   🗄️.is 🔗kun


part 2


Loudermilk, who had challenged the vote count on January 6 and criticized the January 6 committee, seems to have been targeted for a political hit job in an election year.

He denied any sort of reconnaissance taking place. The Capitol Police investigated and determined there was no “there” there.

A tour of parts of the Capitol complex given by a Republican lawmaker the day before the Jan. 6 riot appears to have been innocuous, the Capitol Police said on Monday, describing a visit that had attracted scrutiny from the House committee examining the attack as simply a meeting with constituents.

“We train our officers on being alert for people conducting surveillance or reconnaissance, and we do not consider any of the activities we observed to be suspicious,” J. Thomas Manger, the chief of the Capitol Police, wrote in a letter about the tour, which was conducted by Representative Barry Loudermilk of Georgia.

Leaders of the House committee had asked Mr. Loudermilk last month to submit to questioning about the tour, saying they were looking into whether rioters had conducted reconnaissance of the building before the rampage.

They did not directly assert that anyone escorted by Mr. Loudermilk had later attacked the Capitol. But they suggested that they had obtained evidence that he had led visitors around the complex, and wrote that their review of evidence “directly contradicts” Republicans’ denials that closed-circuit security camera footage showed no such tours had taken place.

Chief Manger said Capitol Police had reviewed surveillance footage of the complex on Jan. 5 and observed Mr. Loudermilk leading a tour of about 15 people, who visited the Rayburn House Office Building and the Cannon House Office Building.

“There is no evidence that Representative Loudermilk entered the U.S. Capitol with his group on Jan. 5, 2021,” Chief Manger wrote.

The critical item here is that the tour did not go to the US Capitol. Instead, it visited two of the House office buildings. Neither of which was involved in the January 6 demonstration.

When the January 6 final report was released, it stated, “On January 5th, [Trevor] Hallgren took a tour of the Capitol with Representative Barry Loudermilk, during which he took pictures of hallways and staircases.” This is simply a lie. They didn’t even bother to shade the “Capitol” with the broader “Capitol complex.” Instead, they flatly state that the tour went through the Capitol.

The Trevor Hallgren, who they claim used the tour as a cover for a reconnaissance, has not been charged with any crime related to January 6. In fact, according to his voluntary testimony to the J6 Committee (see page 75), the closest he got to the Capitol was about 2-300 yards, and while the demonstration happened, he was eating lunch with friends in a cafe. According to his own testimony, he didn’t know Loudermilk was his representative; he joined an ad hoc tour led mostly by, he says, Representative Loudermilk’s wife. He didn’t know other people on the tour and spent most of the tour on his cell phone trying to resolve a credit card problem. His testimony about the tour starts on page 8 of the transcript.

When the January 6 Committee released its report, it included a video of the tour called “Loudermilk Footage.” It, like the report, paints a fake picture. It makes Mr. Hallgren appear to be on a vendetta against Democrat members when he literally was not there, making this possibly the least effective reconnaissance in the history of covert operations. In the frames where they claim he’s photographing a stairwell, if you look at the wall, you can see the edge of a wooden plaque or picture frame, and he’s pointing at that object.

The January 6 Committee was nothing but a political hit engineered by Nancy Pelosi. Because it was a lineal successor to the political trials of any totalitarian regime, the findings were not required to have any basis in fact. Representative Loudermilk did not lead anyone involved in the Capitol protest through the Capitol because there were no Capitol protesters in the group and because the tour never entered the Capitol. Instead, the January 6 committee used a harmless and unrelated tour to build a narrative that some members of Congress had been involved in the demonstration. It is now up to Speaker McCarthy to call to account all those, including Liz Cheney and Adam “I’m a pilot, not a garden gnome” Kinzinger.

Anonymous ID: 6aa7f6 March 7, 2023, 5:03 p.m. No.18464442   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4471

PlaneFag CONUS Activity:

SPAR65 G5Indo-Pac Cmdr. Aquilinodeparted Hickam AFB, Oahu and heading to JBA-cap#5


GORDO15 E-4B Nightwatch departed Offutt AFB east and looks like it's just about to hook-up for a refueling exercise with 57-1473 KC-135 Stratotanker out of Birmingham, AL-Int'l and the Nightwatch will be switched off soon but tanker will keep going -cap#2 and 4 and ahead of that is COBRA27 TC-135W Cobra Ball


The Cobra Ball flies J.C.O.S. directed missions and since Milley just finished up his 'secret trip' to Syria and Lloyd "where's muh Nightwatch?" Austin did one to Iraq >>18462520 pb and his AC is still shown in Amman, Jordan arriving on 0305 tail #10-0222-see cap#3 (and did not catch it because if he is not on muh nightwatch he usually on a C-32A and it did not have a four digit call sign like muh 'secret trip to Kyiv' (which was caught as it habbened but wasn't sure about it until those C-17s were halfway over the Atlantic and someone on twatter thought they were bof on one plane-that would not habben) last year-both he and Blinken took C-17s

moar on Cobra Ball



Mexi AF FAM3538 and 27 stopped at Tijuana Int'l and heading back to Santa Lucia AB (NE of Mex. City (both of these ACs involved in 'clean-up' week prior to potato's El Paso visit-El Neto in Juarez and another one 3526 did Chapito @ Culican-and still nuffin on wut habbened to him)

C101 US Coast Guard G5 heading to Mexixo City from Reagan National depart while SAM920 G5 went to Key West-either NAS or Int'l

11-3075 USAFSOC 'Special Ops' Wolfhound departed Grissom ARB after a stop of 1h40mand heading back to Ft. Bragg where it stopped earlier today from Eglin AFB depart

SPADE(s) USMC AV-8B Harrier west from MCAS Cherry Point with two arriving back at same after some werk just south of Ft. Gordon-Augusta, GA and there are still 124 in active service (2021 #s) so probably a little lower by now as they intend to transition to F-35s-good luck with that-but originally intended to phase out in '25 that has been extended to '29. It's used by Spanish, Italian Navy as well as the RAF

00000000 B-52 Stratofortress doing some training runs across the Gulf from Barksdale AFB and heading back nao already mentioned in lb

Anonymous ID: 345a7a March 7, 2023, 5:03 p.m. No.18464446   🗄️.is 🔗kun


There any chicken pluckers out there

Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 5:04 p.m. No.18464449   🗄️.is 🔗kun


You want it removed?

You could have just asked, but no you decided to be a faggot.

Don't worry sunshine, your safe space is secure; consider it removed.

Anonymous ID: 9ed597 March 7, 2023, 5:05 p.m. No.18464464   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4558

Rand Paul blasts Fauci over COVID Cover-up


"When The Truth Gets Out There, It's Going To Be Explosive!


2-min video

Anonymous ID: 6cd72d March 7, 2023, 5:06 p.m. No.18464473   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>baker should NOT be choosing Notables

kek since when?

>anons need to nominate and second

Has always sounded good on paper.

Rarely happens in practice and when it does it's often someone IP hopping trying to get their F&G added.

Anonymous ID: cfa6cd March 7, 2023, 5:06 p.m. No.18464479   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4492

So, anon just arrived and has vented his spleen abot the kitchen, now it it is time to feed anon's belly.

Legitimate criticism = FBI?

Sure, just look to the J6 committee.

Anonymous ID: 890b55 March 7, 2023, 5:08 p.m. No.18464490   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4508 >>4509

>>18463889 (pb)

>Are you going to post the clocks tonight?

>>18464282 (pb)

>Make the clockfags happy!


Anonymous ID: cfa6cd March 7, 2023, 5:09 p.m. No.18464497   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4537


>baker should NOT be choosing Notables

Dude, where have you been for the past 3 years?

That privilege was stripped from anons way back when and any baker, myself included, who did not toe the line, was relieved of baker duty.

Anonymous ID: 67d0e0 March 7, 2023, 5:10 p.m. No.18464505   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4526

Found in the American Journal of Psychiatry, Volume 111, Issue 8, pages 603-616, published in February 1955 is the study authored by Abram Hoffer, R. Schneider, and A. Szatmari, titled "The Effect of Adrenochrome and Niacin On The Electroencephalogram of Epileptics".

Anonymous ID: 4453be March 7, 2023, 5:10 p.m. No.18464507   🗄️.is 🔗kun


Yeah, anons don't wear masks so this is just shit..pure shit! And stupid. Who dances inside warehouse groceries with a mask and wearing pleather on Tik Tok no less? Lost libs! Kek!

Anonymous ID: 6cd72d March 7, 2023, 5:11 p.m. No.18464512   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4518



Not really.

In the OG days, when diggs were plentiful compared to these days, the Notables were easy for a Baker to find/choose.

I pity the modern day Baker and the material they have to sift through to find Notables.

Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 5:12 p.m. No.18464524   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4550


I don't have social media.



>attention whore

You're the one giving me attention.

Am I just supposed to not respond to (you)?

What is this a communist board or something?

Sorry faggot, this is a free speech zone and I have the right to defend myself.


Besides why are you targeting me?

Are you just that lonely?

Why don't you play with the other Anons, they might give you sympathy.


Anonymous ID: aafb24 March 7, 2023, 5:12 p.m. No.18464527   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>still not many noms

Not now, because now it's obvious that baker is just doing it. And nominations go ignored.


A year ago and plenty of times before everything was nominations


Post count may be too low now for a nomination-based approach

Anonymous ID: 5dbbcf March 7, 2023, 5:12 p.m. No.18464530   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Timing is everything, eh.


Juanita Broaddrick



Mitch McConnell upset with Tucker. 🤣🤣🤣.


Time for Tucker to do an unveiling of Mitch McConnell.


2:28 PM · Mar 7, 2023

Anonymous ID: ff2aed March 7, 2023, 5:15 p.m. No.18464543   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Tucker Carlson: "In free countries governments do not lie about protests as a pretext to gain more power for themselves. They don't selectively edit video for propaganda services, and then lie about them in fake hearings and show trials. But that's exactly what happened."

Anonymous ID: 9ed597 March 7, 2023, 5:17 p.m. No.18464558   🗄️.is 🔗kun

So we got TRUTH coming out on






will next we learn:


What happened with the classified documents Joe Biden stole?

Anonymous ID: 66f3e3 March 7, 2023, 5:17 p.m. No.18464560   🗄️.is 🔗kun


If obvious note, bake would take.

If questionable, only take on nom.

If bakes need halp on fast bread, nom if see'um in red text to stand out.

How I always knew it to be.

Anonymous ID: d8ebba March 7, 2023, 5:17 p.m. No.18464561   🗄️.is 🔗kun

>>18462778 pd

>House Rules Committee Hearing.


Believe we anons have a measuring stick on one of these proposed resolutions. AND IT'S A GOOD ONE, maybe even notable. It's H.J. Resolution 27: Definition of Water of the U.S. Biden took away the Trump definition and expanded the definition of WOTUS to include a mud puddle. It's a killer for farmers and most everyone who owns a parcel of land. There are many cosigners with democrat cosigners numbered in the dozens. The resolution is to stop the Biden order which is scheduled to take effect on MARCH 20!


There were 4 dems who argued against the resolution. It's sure to pass the House, maybe this week, and the question is what will the dems in the Senate do? And if it passes the Senate what will Biden do?

Anonymous ID: ff2aed March 7, 2023, 5:18 p.m. No.18464563   🗄️.is 🔗kun

"Sunlight is always and everywhere the best disinfectant."

Anonymous ID: a0c7f1 March 7, 2023, 5:19 p.m. No.18464576   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4600


You're the one who wanted to hurt feelings first.

I simple reciprocated.


Now you're upset?

You asked for it.


But in all honesty Anon, I wish we could get along.


Anonymous ID: aafb24 March 7, 2023, 5:21 p.m. No.18464590   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4608

"constitutionally guaranteed"


does it even apply in DC?


No one ever asks that question.


Much of the constitution refers specifically to the states

Anonymous ID: 0efe4a March 7, 2023, 5:22 p.m. No.18464594   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>4599


Benny Johnson


🚨BREAKING: Speaker Kevin McCarthy Defends Tucker Carlson’s reporting on the J6 Tapes


Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸

7:20 PM · Mar 7, 2023

Anonymous ID: 890b55 March 7, 2023, 5:22 p.m. No.18464597   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>Nothing of this game is fun.


Anonymous ID: c7f81c March 7, 2023, 5:23 p.m. No.18464601   🗄️.is 🔗kun

Hiding Data – DeSantis Staffed Public Service Commission Drops Requirement for Electricity Companies to Tell How Many Disconnections Due to Non Payment

March 7, 2023 | Sundance |

It’s a local Florida story and multi-faceted. However, for the bigger national audience the issue that should be considered is thatRon DeSantis and the Florida Republican party took $9+ million in campaign contributions from state energy providers, then approved the biggest electricity rate hikes in Florida.

Additionally, and more obscure in the outcome, thePublic Service Commission (Public Utility Commission, or PUC), after being filled with DeSantis appointees, informed the electricity providers they no longer needed to report the number of residents who were disconnected from utility service due to nonpayment.

One could make the intellectual and political argument, the scale of disconnection -which is quite alarming- would be averse to the interests of Governor DeSantis seeking a higher office.

Like much of the country,electricity rates in Florida have skyrocketed with the increase in natural gas prices. However, unlike much of the country, most Florida residents have only one option for electrical utility power. The rate of disconnection in Florida amid lower income and working families is far greater than almost any other state.Florida is quickly becoming a class-driven society with haves and have-nots.

FLORIDA – […] In November 2021, Florida’s Public Service Commission (PUC) issued a memorandum allowing electric utilities to stop disclosing their shutoff data. The memorandum, which reversed the commission’s September 2020 decision to collect the data to track the pandemic’s effects on utility customers, came after DeSantis stacked the board with his appointees. The move came less than a month after commission members approved the largest electric rate hike in Florida’s history, resulting in a 20 percent increase in costs to residential ratepayers.

Now it’s impossible to know how many customers have been disconnected from their electric utilities for being unable to pay their increasing power bills. If that disconnection rate continued, noted the report, NextEra would have shut off 1.2 million customers in 2022. But we do not know the total, because the DeSantis-appointed Florida PUC allowed them to hide the data.

[…] In early December, the Bailout Watch report noted,Florida regulators approved a fuel rider, or a cost increase tied to the price of fuelallowing utilities to pass the cost of higher fuel prices to consumers, without affecting their enormous profits. Company executives have been handsomely rewarded for such political wins. Top executives at NextEra gave themselves a 59 percent raise between 2020 to 2021. (read more)

One of the reasons I became confident last year that RonDeSantis was planning a 2024 presidential bid, was the one-and-done-nature of his focus.

Florida working class residents are under extreme economic duress as a result of unavoidableincreases in energy costs (home cooling), massive increases in insurance costs (tripling of homeowners, doubling of auto), skyrocketing housing costs (largest in nation).

Throughout 2022 GovernorDeSantis focused almost exclusively on social issue constructs, and the economic policies of Florida -while more challenging to address- have been exclusively unattended. From the 30,000 ft level, the disconnect in executive priority becomes more explainable when you consider the management team was assembling apolicy strategy for media and public consumption.

Throughout my research and review on the managers and background of DeSantis team, it just became obvious (mid-summer ’22) there was a longer-term plan in the background, created in the latter part of 2021 and everything thereafter -asevere emphasis on social issues- was a political management and national branding approach. If you overlay the hindsight timelines, including the PUC story, one can see the proactive political construct to control any negative issues.