Daily Archives: February 7, 2021

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The Forbidden Movie

Mike Lindell’s 2 hour documentary about 2020 election fraud has been wiped from multiple platforms. You can view it @ (add http://)michaeljlindell.com.

When I put the full URL there, WP tried and failed to embed it, then wouldn’t let me erase the block! I had to delete the post and start over. I hope this works.

Full disclosure, I haven’t watched it myself, but I’ve heard it can be difficult to find. If one of you does sit through it all, I’d appreciate a review in the comments.

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Bits & Bytes

2A: Democrat Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee has introduced a bill that would enact some of the strictest gun regulations in the history of the country AND give the federal government sweeping power to decide who can own a firearm.

Among other things, the bill calls for mandatory firearm and ammunition possession licensing and prohibiting of certain types of guns and ammunition. It would not only require gun ownership be restricted to those 21 and older, but also require that individuals who apply for a gun license undergo a psychological evaluation along with members of their household.

Licenses would be denied if any history of hospitalization for mental illness, disturbance, or diagnosis is found. It would also prohibit any person from selling or giving a firearm or ammunition to another person unless the person has notified the Attorney General of the sale or gift. Those who are actually allowed to own a gun would also be required to purchase insurance.

CATHOLIC: In an interview with Catholic News Service on Monday, Pope Francis called for unity in the church, saying, “The Church [in the U.S.] is very alive, very, very alive. There are perhaps traditionalists groups, but we have those here in the Vatican too. This can be healed.

He also soundly condemned fundamentalist groups who, according to him, sow discord and war. There was no similar condemnation of progressive groups. If he were an American, he’d be a Democrat.

CRITICAL RACE THEORY: [4:40] – Legal Insurrection’s William Jacobson talks with Tucker Carlson about the insidious spread of this highly racist ideology in America’s schools at all levels.

FOX NEWS: [3:54] – Lou Dobbs’ show has been canceled. I wonder how long Tucker will last.

I.D.: Pennsylvania requires one produce a photo ID before receiving a COVID vaccination. Wait, wut? Haven’t Democrats proven by shouting about it that requiring photo ID adversely affects impoverished and minority communities?

MICHIGAN: Detroit – CLICK https://rumble.com/vdl4bt-exclusive-new-video-shows-late-night-deliveries-of-thousands-of-illegal-bal.html [7:21] to see video evidence of what three election observers testified to in sworn affidavits – i.e., a white van bearing Detroit Election Bureau markings secretly delivering boxes and boxes of fraudulent ballots to the TCF Center in the wee hours of November 4.

Before the deliveries, Trump had a decisive lead. After the drop, Biden suddenly shot to the top. Legal ballots were delivered by USPS before the 8:00 pm November 3 deadline. Their chain of custody was supposed to be certified by both GOP and Democrat observers.

NON-INSURRECTION: D.W. Wilber (Counterterrorism Analyst, Former CIA) writes, “There was never any insurrection on January 6th, just like there is no such thing as white privilege or systemic racism. Those are all creations of the Socialist-Democrat Party used to create a political narrative that they exploit to create division in America.”

SENATE: On February 4, Republicans took advantage of a Senate procedure that allowed them to propose a series of amendments to the budget resolution to force Democrats to take a stand on a series of tough issues. Among those amendments and the vote counts included:

  • 100-1 opposing the defunding of police
  • 97-3 to support keeping the U.S. Embassy in Israel in Jerusalem
  • 50-50 on a failed amendment supporting the free exercise of religion
  • 50-50 on a failed amendment opposing the Biden administration’s move to restrict oil and gas leasing on federal lands
  • 50-50 on a failed amendment opposing a federal carbon tax
  • 50-50 on a failed amendment opposing stimulus checks for people in prison
  • 53-47 in favor of an amendment supporting the expansion of health savings accounts
  • 50-50 on a failed amendment to oppose packing the Supreme Court
  • 50-50 on a failed amendment to support the border wall
  • 51-50 in favor of a budget resolution for coronavirus relief allowing the Senate to proceed using budget reconciliation rules (to avoid a GOP filibuster)

The 50-50 votes were split across party lines.

UNITY: [25:17] – During his address to the National Prayer Breakfast, FAUXTUS emphasized faith as a unifer, while ignoring his administration’s hostile steps toward people of faith.

GRAMMY NOTES: Bunny and Bootz enjoy playing with Mama’s saint peg dolls. My favorite was when they put them all inside a doll house, then set up their toy dinosaurs outside the house, menacing them. It kinda feels like they get the whole spiritual warfare thing, you know?

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