Biden allied groups, including the Democratic National Committee, are also planning to engage fact-checkers more aggressively and work with SMS carriers to dispel misinformation about vaccines that is sent over social media and text messages. Yes, you read that right, they want to monitor our text messaging. I don’t see any other way to read that.
Fuck. Off. Slavers.
This is some Gestapo-level shit right here. We generally presume that our personal communications are, you know, private, and now the Biden(‘s handlers) Administration and the DNC as much as admitted that they are not. What’s more, they as much as admitted that they want to spy on our personal messages. For our own good, of course!
By the way, who died and yielded any authority to the DNC to do any of this? They aren’t a government agency, or anything close to it. They have zero business being involved in this tom-fuckery at all. And what the hell are these “Biden allied groups?” What groups? Who are they? Why are they involved? Under whose authority? Where in the Constitution is any of this horseshit authorized? Oh, wait, it isn’t!
I can only hope for some serious backlash in 2022, but at this point, as I have been for some time, I’m preparing for the worst.
On To the Links!
Major inflation has arrived. I wonder if printing trillions of fiat dollars could have anything to do with that?
DACA ruled illegal. No exporting of people already in the program, but no more applications to be accepted.
This Week’s Idiots:
If I wasn’t already planning to go out and buy a huge honkin’ F450 Diesel 4×4, I would be now, just because of this asshole. I’ll be damned if I will ever justify any purchasing decision I ever make to pencil-necked gamma males like this prick.
This Week’s Cultural Edification:
I’ve never been a big Jimmy Buffet fan.
He has a singular style, of course, and has put out a few good tunes, but I never really got the whole “island hillbilly” shtick. Still – he’s earned his success, having had a long and successful career.
But Buffet had a music career going before he want all-in Caribbean, and one of the better tunes to come out of that period was his 1974 song Come Monday, from his album Living and Dying in 3/4 Time. And, so, with no further ado, here it is. Enjoy.