Monthly Archives: May 2020

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2020_05 31 Clarence Thomas morality

2020_04 23 state church

VICTORY: Illinois’ Democrat Governor JB Pritzker backed off on his state’s restrictions on churches after Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh ordered the state to respond to three lawsuits brought by churches.

At a press conference May 28, Pritzker said that the state’s public health department would be issuing “guidance, not mandatory restrictions” for faith leaders to hold religious services.

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How a Women’s Magazine Sabotaged the Women’s Movement

Sue Ellen Browder wrote for Cosmopolitan magazine for 20 years, producing propaganda to sell women on the idea that sexual liberation is the path to the single woman’s personal fulfillment.

She’s no longer proud of her role in lying to women.

When she started, the feminist movement was about gaining equal rights for women in education and the work place.

Women could not apply for credit in [their] own name. There were ‘help wanted’ ads—help wanted male and help wanted female,” she says. “Women couldn’t go to law school or medical schools in many cases. There was a lot of discrimination going on. And that is why in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, so many women of my generation identified with the feminist movement.”

The sexual revolution, on the other hand, “was fighting for all sorts of sexual freedoms.

The two became intertwined in part because of the propaganda she wrote for Cosmo.

Beginning in 1971, Browder worked under the legendary Helen Gurley Brown, who was Cosmopolitan’s editor-in-chief for more than 30 years and author of the bestselling 1962 book “Sex and the Single Girl.”

Taking cues from Playboy magazine, Brown turned the struggling magazine into an international empire. She gave her writers a printed list of rules to follow, which included instructions about how to make up parts of their stories to sound more convincing. Continue reading

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2020_05 30 DOG money vs butt wiggle

TRUMP: [10:14] – POTUS has announced he is ending our relationship with the World Health Organization, because of their subservience to China.

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End Times Prophet

2020_05 30 Father Michel

I am very intrigued by Father Michel Rodrigue’s prophecies and plan to dig into them more deeply. For now, let me just share the bit about President Trump:

What I can say about President Trump is only what the Father has told me. He said, “This one, I have chosen him. They cannot control him.” He didn’t say that he’s a saint. He never said that. “They cannot control him. They don’t know on which leg he is dancing.” This is what He said. “Because of this, they have not been able to achieve their task.”

The Father said that Trump was elected because of his angel who modified the vote. He was chosen because the Lord knows his temperament, his skill, his actions, and his will. He was chosen to block the One World Government. This is important because if he was not there, I can assure you that the One World Government, which is the work Satan, would have taken place by now. And I know that I can be at rest with what I have said. I have told all this to the bishop.

I told the people in the United States, “Sometimes Trump acts in ways nobody can understand. But I assure you, you’re blessed to have him, so you must pray for him. You must pray now for your president because he will be under a great danger. They will try to kill him.” They knelt and they all prayed the Rosary.

A group of them committed themselves to praying for the President every day, and when I was in a chapel recently, the Lord said to me, “Michel, I heard the prayers of my people in the United States. There was supposed to be an assassination attempt eight months ago. They didn’t have success. He was protected because of the Rosary.

Later, I received another sign. Again, the Lord asked that we pray for this man because they will try again to kill him. We must pray. We must pray the Rosary.


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Bits & Bytes

JOBS REPORT: [7:45] – Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia on jobless claims numbers, extending the Payroll Protection Program and reopening the US amid coronavirus.

I think we can make a lot of headway this year.”

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I saw this on Facebook. I googled it and found it elsewhere as well. Then I fact checked it. Only three are true. One is probably true. Six are not only false but also illegal, so why is anyone cheering that he might have done them?

Good stuff in my opinion


While the msm works tirelessly to make President Donald Trump out to be a buffoon, over the last week President Trump did the following, but you probably won’t hear about it:

  1. Made vaccines voluntary not mandatory. The military will check the purity and distribute vaccines
  2. Defunded W.H.O forever and wants an investigation into its operations
  3. Canceled the Democrats HR 6666 bill, known as the Covid -19 TRACE Act that was the basis for Bill Gates’s diagnosis and tracking project, which was also canceled.
  4. Cancelled Bill Gates project is known as ID2020
  5. Opened a complaint platform to report censorship on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. It was overrun with complaints. They got the evidence.
  6. Stopped 5G rollout nationwide
  7. Executive Order to reopen states: Governors who refuse to reopen will be sued.
  8. Executive Order for W.H. to take over all Electrical Grids: This will include Internet servers, Broadcasting systems, Electronic systems.
  9. Declares places of worship ‘Essential Sevices.’ Some mayors are fining people for going to church.
  10. Applauded Australia and 116 countries for insisting on a China Probe into the spread of Covid-19 despite several threats from China about refusing critical exports.

And the good work keeps coming. The Gold-backed standard is in the pipeline and there is talk about Nesara/ Gesara. The man has balls!

He’s changing the world.


1. Yes. On May 19, 2020, President Trump stated that a future coronavirus vaccine will be voluntary. Continue reading

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Trump vs. Twitter

2020_05 28 social media

Andrea Widburg at American Thinker has an interesting take on Trump’s fight with the social media giant.

Even Trump-supporters have wondered about Trump’s tweets implying that MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough had something to do with a young intern’s death in his office when he was still a Florida congressman.  It’s true that Scarborough and his co-host and wife Mika Brzezinksi have spent three years accusing Trump of treasonous collusion with the Russians, but Trump’s venom still seemed strange.

I, however, don’t think it was strange at all.  Trump is one of the most calculating, rational people ever to occupy the White House.  He’s been faced with a serious problem, which is the fact that the immensely powerful social media giants, which are the gateway to most information nowadays, have already begun trying to sway the election to Biden.  Legislatively, thanks to three years of Russiagate and the current hostile House, Trump has been powerless.

So Trump set a trap.  On Wednesday, the Twitter mouse took the bait. …

[Explains background story about intern’s death.] A furiously angry Mika Brzezinksi demanded that Twitter dump Trump: .@jack At what point is @Twitter a part of this? TAKE DOWN TRUMP’s ACCOUNT— the world world be safer. Retweet if you agree — Mika Brzezinski (@morningmika) May 20, 2020

I think Mika’s demand was what Trump was waiting for.  He wanted to goad Twitter into doing something to get him off the platform.

On Wednesday, Twitter took the bait.  As I’m sure Trump had calculated, Twitter didn’t do something as obvious as responding to Mika’s demands.  Instead, it flagged two of Trump’s tweets as false:

By challenging the president that way, Twitter made the fatal mistake of overtly inserting itself as a content editor, and therefore publisher, of overtly political material.  Trump was ready: Continue reading

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Media Malpractice

My Bits & Bytes for today got so long, I decided to split off this subject into its own post.

WORTH WATCHING ALL THE WAY THROUGHClick [13:09] to hear Tucker Carlson mock liberal media coverage of people getting outdoors for Memorial Day week-end.

One clip he shows is particularly disgusting. A doctor says, “The virus won’t respond to prayer.” And the host chuckles.

FOX Business’ Stuart Varney [2:49] talks about the mainstream media spinning negative news in response to their hatred for Trump. He quotes former CBS News President Van Gordon Sauter, who wrote in “The Liberal Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point” (The Wall Street Journal):

News organizations that claim to be neutral have long been creeping leftward, and their loathing of Mr. Trump has accelerated the pace. The news media is catching up with the liberalism of the professoriate, the entertainment industry, upscale magazines and the literary world.

There’s probably no way to seal the gap between the media and a large segment of the public. The media likes what it is doing. Admires it. Celebrates it. There is no personal, professional or financial reason to change. If anything, the gap will expand. Ultimately, the media finds the ‘deplorables’ deplorable. Continue reading

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2020_05 28 Jesus got your baggage

2020_05 28 virus Dems not safe

ECONOMIC RECOVERY: Economic indicators are ticking up. And Democrats are very sad.

A top former economic adviser to Obama says, “We are about to see the best economic data we’ve seen in the history of this country.

Left-wing site Politico reports this in an article called The general election scenario that Democrats are dreading.

This is my big worry,” said a former Obama White House official who is still close to the former president. Asked about the level of concern among top party officials, he said, “It’s high — high, high, high, high.”

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Democrat Efforts to Defy God and the Constitution

2020_05 27 church

Two Democrat governors have backed down from their attempts to keep churches closed.

Just days after Minnesota bishops vowed to defy the 10-person-only rule (regardless of the size of the church), Minnesota’s Governor Tim Walz issued a new order allowing 25% capacity or 250 people, whichever is lower.

In California, a Pentecostal church asked the Supreme Court to throw out Governor Gavin Newsom’s restrictive order, the DOJ warned Gov. Newsom against discriminating against churches, and 1,200 pastors told him they would open regardless. Newsom backed down and issued new guidelines that allow houses of worship in California to reopen at 25% capacity or 100 attendees, whichever is lower.

Sadly, Illinois’ Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot are doubling down on their unconstitutional line.

Three Chicago churches have been fined $500 each for violating Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s current stay-at-home order by hosting more than 10 people. They have been warned to stop holding gatherings or face being “declared a public health nuisance” and potentially closed.

The battle over whether to reopen churches escalated Friday when President Donald Trump deemed all places of worship “essential” and called on state leaders to allow services. Continue reading

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