Bits & Bytes

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.

2020_05 31 mask or no

MASKS: Democrat thugs imposing fines on people for not wearing a mask no longer have the science behind them.

No less than the New England Journal of Medicine reports that “wearing a mask outside health care facilities offers little, if any, protection from infection.

The reasons for this are both simple and logical. Click to read.

2020_05 31 Congress v Trump

MEDIA MALPRACTICE: Newsbusters reports on jerk-nalists short memories with their grotesque question to White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.

We’re about to cross the 100,000 dead American [sic] milestone… on Election Day, what does the White House view as the number of dead Americans where you can say that you successfully defeated this pandemic? Is there a number?

Cue horror movie music and creepy photoshops of Trump with bloody vampire fangs. But what were they saying in mid-March?

As many as 200,000 to 1.7 million people could die.” – The New York Times

In the worst-case scenario, America is on a trajectory toward 1.1 million deaths.” – The Washington Post

At the low end of the projection this would mean about 700,000 deaths. At the high end it would mean 1.5 million deaths.” – Yahoo

If [American go to church] on Easter Sunday, just 19 days from now, then in May, you’d have millions of dead people all over the country. Millions.” – MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell

On State of the Union, Dr. Anthony Fauci tells Brianna Keilar that in a worst-case scenario millions of people in the US could die from the coronavirus.” – CNN

How about they give credit where credit is due, not just to the Trump Task Force, but to all of us who have sacrificed so much to flatten that curve?

Or, maybe, report on the fact that the death toll could have been much less if the Democratic governors of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and California had NOT forced nursing homes to take infectious patients.

2020_05 31 trump tweet

RIOTS: On Saturday, AG Barr released a statement saying the riots in U.S. cities had been “hijacked by violent radical elements.”

“Groups of outside radicals and agitators are exploiting the situation to pursue their own separate and violent agenda. In many places, it appears the violence is planned, organized, and driven by anarchistic and far-left extremists, using Antifa-like tactics, many of whom travel from out of state to promote the violence.

“We must have law and order on our streets and in our communities, and it is the responsibility of the local and state leadership, in the first instance, to halt this violence.

The Department of Justice (including the FBI, Marshals, ATF, and DEA), and all of our 93 U.S. Attorneys across the country, will support these local efforts and take all action necessary to enforce federal law.

BIDEN: [3:31] – File this under “Things to make you go hmmmm.”

2020_05 31 biden dementia

BIDEN: Biden’s questionable competence demonstrates Democrats’ unquestioned faith in the Swamp. … His supporters do not expect Biden to govern the government; they expect the government to govern him. Therefore, their nominee not being up to the presidency is not a negative, but a positive, to Democrats — it guarantees he will not get in the way.” – J.T. Young, The American Spectator, May 30, 2020

2020_05 31 PP prices

PLANNED PARENTHOOD: They want you to believe that they are all about “helping women.” What they’re really all about is making money.

Planned Parenthood is pumping $5 million into political ads complaining about those states that called abortion non-essential during the COVID-19 shut-downs.

Abortion is their second biggest money maker.

2020_05 31 Racism

GRAMMY NOTES: One of my favorite stories is the time my eldest daughter was playing with her buddy, Kim.

A lady walked by, stopped and said, “Oh, isn’t that sweet! Black and white playing together.”

Mama Buzz pointed at Kim and said, “She’s not black. She’s brown.”

Then Kim pointed at Mama Buzz and said, “Yeah. And she’s not white. She’s pink.

I’m guessing the kids were thinking what I did when something similar happened to me when I was a wee one. “That lady is coo-coo!

PETS WHO SHOP: Video above [:42] – Click for super cute doggy shopper [1:12].

2020_05 31 DOG buys cookies


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3 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. I love your story about pink and brown people. When my eldest was about six years old, I found myself in the uncomfortable position of having to explain racism to her. It came up because we were reading a novel called “The Empty Schoolhouse” that took place during school desegregation, and my daughter was baffled — she honestly couldn’t understand what all the brouhaha was about. I did my best to explain it, but she still didn’t get it, partly because animosity toward people with different skin tones made zero sense to her, and partly because she had never heard people described as “black” or “white.” We lived in a mostly white community, but we had a number of university students from Nigeria at our church, so she saw people with dark skin on a regular basis. I used some of the Nigerian students she knew as an example of black people, and our family as an example of white people, and then all of a sudden she got it, and she said “Oh, you mean pink people and brown people!”

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  2. freedom1781

    I was a white minority in a black majority school district in the South in the 1980s. Any racism I saw was from the black community toward the white community though that was very rare. We lived in harmony in school even cracking jokes about our races which those jokes would now be deemed politically incorrect.