Author: Robert

The Deep State, Hard at Work

A newly released report by the U.S. Director of National Intelligence (DNI), John Ratcliffe, strongly suggests that China interfered in the 2020 Presidential election:

In the letter, Ratcliffe alleges that intelligence about China’s election interference was suppressed by management at the CIA, which pressured analysts to withdraw their support for the view.

Citing a report by the Intelligence Community Analytic Ombudsman Barry Zulauf, the director of national intelligence said some analysts were reluctant to describe China’s actions as election interference because they disagreed with the policies of President Donald Trump.

Actual letter here

Democrat Politicians: Incompetence or Depravity?

For 6+ months, anyone with integrity and a brain has been asking why politicians, such as those in most “blue” states, have kept businesses shut down based on no data & science.  Suddenly as President Asterisk is about to take power, there’s a magical reversal:

Will Soon-to-be-Recalled Newsom complete the triple-header?!?

A cynical person might wonder if the destruction of people’s lives and livelihoods had nothing to do with safety and everything to do with politics.

Dividing Children, One Black Shirt at a Time

Courtesy of “Anti-Racism Coalition Vancouver“, the following poster is appearing on the walls at Vancouver public schools:

If a child chooses not to wear a black shirt to school on Friday, do you think there will be:

  1. No shaming
  2. A little shaming
  3. A whole lot of shaming

If any child get bullied or beaten up for not wearing a black shirt, would every VSB Board Member who supported this, immediately resign?

These authors are all hard-left activists.  When did Vancouver taxpayers agree to allowing such one-sided propaganda into PUBLIC schools?  The sad thing is that if some kid on Friday wore a shirt with this quote, they’d probably get expelled:

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. — Martin Luther King

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