Bits & Bytes

MOVIE RECOMMENDATION: Breakthrough – This real life story was dramatized with very few tweaks. The article linked gives details of what happened as shown in the movie and what was “improved” for dramatic effect. It’s not much … and nothing critical to the story of the actual string of amazing miracles God performed. I haven’t read the book yet, but I’m planning to get it asap.

BORDER: SCOTUS decision will allow 450 more miles of border wall [5:45] – The Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Trump Administration can use $2.5 billion in Pentagon funds to build the border wall. On Saturday, the acting commissioner of US Customs and Border Protection, Mark Morgan joined Judge Jeanine Pirro to discuss this and other border issues.

MUELLER: “Nadler and Schiff are starting to look more and more like Laurel and Hardy. It’s time to move on” [5:09] – Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX), a former US Attorney of the Eastern District of Texas and member of the House Intelligence Committee, joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures to discuss Mueller’s testimony.

MUELLER: It looks very much like the Obama Deep State attempted to frame and screw over this guy just for supporting Trump’s campaign [5:12] – Former Trump campaign official George Papadopoulos joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures to discuss the Mueller’s testimony.

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SUPPORT ISRAEL: Condemn BDS In an overwhelming and bipartisan vote, the House approved H.R. 246 condemning the anti-semitic “Boycott, Divest and Sanctions” (BDS) movement, an international effort to damage the state of Israel.

The vote was 398 in support of Israel to 17 in support of BDS.

One “Squad” members (Pressley) and one 2020 Democrat hopeful (Gabbard) voted in favor of Israel.

One Republican and sixteen Democrats voted for BDS, including three “Squad” members (AOC, Omar, Tlaib) and two 2020 presidential hopefuls (Moulton, Ryan).

Three Democrats and one Independent voted “Present.”

ISRAEL: The US and Israel successfully carried out a long range missile interceptor tests above the atmosphere in Alaska.


SWALWELL: Eric isn’t running for president any more. But he’s still an idiot. Other outstanding tweet smack downs –

  1. You can most certainly criticize a Democrat-run city for being a dump (and many of them are, sorry, not sorry) without trashing America.
  2. Gov’t waste and fraud, not citizens, failed the people of Baltimore.
  3. We think the same of the cities in your state. Get off Twitter, and get to work.

CROOKED JUDGE: She broke the law, is unrepentant, and refused to walk her crooked self out of the court room. ONE guess which party she belongs to.

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3 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. One Republican, Rep. Thomas Massie (Ky.), voted no. (= for BDS)

    “That’s no Republican!”

    Pressley voted yes. (= against BDS)

    Huh. Will her fellow Squad members shun her for that?

    Rep. Rashida Tlaib (Mich.), a Palestinian-American, argued that the resolution “sets a dangerous precedent because it attempts to delegitimize a certain people’s political speech, and to send a message that our government can and will take action against speech it doesn’t like.”

    “Certain people.” Hmmm.

    Astonishing how much skill they employ to invert meanings. Voting against BDS is somehow anti-free speech. As opposed to BDS which is suppression of speech, trade, and all else.

    Netanyahu: “…intercepted ballistic missiles beyond the atmosphere at unprecedented altitudes and speeds. Perfect execution!…”

    Remember how they mocked Reagan’s “Star Wars” initiative? Shooting down missiles. Haw-haw. Silly ol’ Ronnie.

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