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THE RESISTANCE TO THE ILLEGITIMATE (MENTALLY CHALLENGED OCCUPANT) BIDEN ADMINISTRATION ...


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On 5/28/2021 at 11:39 AM, JakeHolman said:

 

 

Correct in 'Satan" is not a name but Latin for  adversary (opponent) Hebrew שָׂטָן‎ śāṭān.

His original name in Hebrew was Heylel / Helel which got translated in Latin to Lucifer which means believe it or not "light-bearer" or "light-bringer. The Angel of Light was cast out or another terminology forced into exile along with the 1/3rd of angels whom supported him.  Literal interpretation of symbolic words transform him into the entity people falsely perceive him from early on to today.

Sorry he is not red with horns and a pitch fork!

Beauty on the outside but absolutely rotten / evil on the inside.. The ultimate mystery is how and where he acquired iniquity to begin with.  Should had been an impossibility if heaven was PERFECT.  People won't ask million dollar questions! The devil is simply the evil incarnate of what he became (sort of how Anakin Skywalker became Darth Vader - rough analogy)

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People are fooled into think being hansom or good looking  (doesn't LOOK evil) is why those like Napoléon Bonaparte, Adolf Hitler came to power. Charm and charisma didn't hurt either.

DON'T TRY TO REWRITE HISTORY just because we know better afterwards.

Thank you the producer of this documentary movie on how Americans were mesmerized by Hitler in one of the newsreels in 1934. The expressions told a LOT!

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4 minutes ago, hamradio said:

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How I remembered from last year some posters here didn't like the low gas prices. Should be happy now.

Supply and demand.   COVID depressed demand worldwide - prices went down.  Demand is now up - prices go up.  I keep saying this, but people don't want to believe it, apparently.  Oil prices are set on a global market, based on global supply/demand conditions.

https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/oil-and-petroleum-products/prices-and-outlook.php

If you look at the historical oil prices in the chart at the link above, it last peaked at just under $70/bbl in 2018.  It bottomed out at under $20/bbl in April 2020.  

As far as gas goes, it peaked at just under $3/gallon on average in the summer of 2018 and again in April 2019.  The drop below $2/gallon a year later was an aberration of COVID, and had nothing to do with the Trump administration's energy policies.

https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=pet&s=emm_epm0_pte_nus_dpg&f=m

Despite what the cartoon implies, no new or increased gasoline taxes at the Federal level have been levied since 1993.  Despite an inflation rate of over 70% since 1993, the federal gasoline tax has remained fixed (it's a flat rate, rather than a percentage of the sales).  Is it any wonder the infrastructure in the country is falling apart?

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51 minutes ago, txfilmfan said:

 

Despite what the cartoon implies, no new or increased gasoline taxes at the Federal level have been levied since 1993.  Despite an inflation rate of over 70% since 1993, the federal gasoline tax has remained fixed (it's a flat rate, rather than a percentage of the sales).  Is it any wonder the infrastructure in the country is falling apart?

High tax rate for fuel is what helps pay for the infrastructure in Europe.  NO WAY will the American consumer accept such - as usual want something for nothing.  Not to mention anger over temporary closed roads / bridges for repairs and have to wait on signalmen. Spoiled are we.  :(

 

Example

Nation City Price in USD Regular/Gallon
Netherlands Amsterdam $6.48
Norway Oslo $6.27
Italy Milan $5.96
Denmark Copenhagen $5.93
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13 minutes ago, hamradio said:

High tax rate for fuel is what helps pay for the infrastructure in Europe.  NO WAY will the American consumer accept such - as usual want something for nothing.  Not to mention anger over temporary closed roads / bridges for repairs and have to wait on signalmen. Spoiled are we.  :(

 

Example

Nation City Price in USD Regular/Gallon
Netherlands Amsterdam $6.48
Norway Oslo $6.27
Italy Milan $5.96
Denmark Copenhagen $5.93

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12 hours ago, hamradio said:

High tax rate for fuel is what helps pay for the infrastructure in Europe.  NO WAY will the American consumer accept such - as usual want something for nothing.  Not to mention anger over temporary closed roads / bridges for repairs and have to wait on signalmen. Spoiled are we.  :(

 

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Nation City Price in USD Regular/Gallon
Netherlands Amsterdam $6.48
Norway Oslo $6.27
Italy Milan $5.96
Denmark Copenhagen $5.93

My understanding is that the gas taxes are also used to fund public transportation, such as passenger railroads.

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Main problem with this thread is that Jakie does not know the truth and does not want to know the truth about anything.

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JUNE 3, 2021
Your Excellencies, Do You Even Believe?
JENNIFER HARTLINE

The learned and the mighty have been weighing in now for weeks regarding the ongoing scandal of Catholic pro-abortion politicians, particularly Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Joe Biden, and the question of giving and receiving the Holy Eucharist.

I wonder if the USCCB will listen to a voice like mine. I am not a theologian or scholar. I am an ordinary laywoman. (Please note: This is not directed at the bishops who have spoken out publicly in defense of Eucharistic and moral coherence. Those few, steadfast shepherds are the exception, not the rule. I am immensely grateful to them.) 

The scandal isn’t merely the Catholic politician who betrays the Faith. It is also those priests and bishops who shrug and nod, issue utterly worthless statements about the need for greater “dialogue” about what to do, and bemoan their “immense sadness” over the whole thing. 

You lament the present “situation” and issue another statement about your sadness. 

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Restricted immigration is not an offensive but purely a defensive action. It is not adopted in criticism of others in the slightest degree, but solely for the purpose of protecting ourselves. We cast no aspersions on any race or creed, but we must remember that every object of our institutions of society and government will fail unless America be kept American.
 

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A Middle Class Rebellion Against Progressives Is Coming

Joel Kotkin, Newsweek June 4, 2021
 

Without a Trump to unite them, the Democrats, led by a radical fringe unrepresentative of even their own party, is finding themselves increasingly isolated.

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Why Manchin Will Continue to Stall Biden's Agenda

Stephen Collinson, CNN June 4, 2021
 

The riddle of Joe Manchin is going to drive his fellow Democrats to distraction. The senator from West Virginia, who sits at the fulcrum of Washington's balance of power, signaled in a new CNN exclusive interview that he's nowhere near ready -- yet -- to loosen a grip that is stalling President Joe Biden's ambitious agenda.

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Joe Biden: A Dangerously Boring President
Given that he’s also our most radical president ever, his ability to generate irrelevance is amazing.
By Itxu Díaz
The American Spectator

June 7, 2021

Rod Dreher said it, and I couldn’t agree more. Joe Biden is too boring to hate. We conservative columnists are going through a crisis of agreeability. As far back as I can remember, from Carter to Obama, it’s always been fun to write about Democrat POTUS. You know, Carter had the wits of a piece of dry wood, Clinton made it way too easy for us, and Obama was so incredibly phony that even today I’m convinced he’s a white, blue-eyed redhead. But Biden is different. There’s not much you can say about someone who wakes up every morning trying to remember, with help from his advisers, his own name.

Even the most partisan journalists are having a bad time defending him. You can criticize an idiot or back a madman with all your soul, but it’s exceedingly difficult to show the slightest enthusiasm for someone who has the same personal appeal as those arugula sprouts that hipster restaurants put on their six-story, 10-cheese vegan burgers. And taking into account that he is the president of the most powerful nation in the world, and the most radical of those who have ever held the office, his ability to generate irrelevance is amazing. Biden is so absurd and paradoxical that he is capable of being extreme right and extreme left at the same time, arousing in both cases the same indifference. Whatever he says, his every speech is equivalent to half a dozen sleeping pills.

In just a few months in the White House, he has made incredibly hostile foreign policy decisions and has spoken out harshly against leaders such as Putin, whom he called a “killer,” or Xi Jinping, whom he accused of genocide. Just a few days after taking office he ordered a bombing in Syria, although perhaps he just wanted to ask his secretary for some coffee and pressed the wrong button. A few days ago he made a major economic stab at Spain on account of the Google tax, which has left his admirers in the Spanish social-communist government speechless (with the sin comes the penance). And, generally, according to the logic of the progressive press, Biden has turned out to be much more fascist than Trump. But even that has not granted him half as many headlines as the former Republican president.

In the other ideological hemisphere of his very strange brain, Biden has flirted with the Chinese dictatorship, become friends with Islamism, and already proclaimed twice that white supremacist terrorism is the greatest danger to Americans today — I suppose immediately after Bigfoot, and just before the Bogeyman. The president understands real threats just as well as he understands Catholic doctrine. But whatever the occasion, with Biden the party always ends up resembling one of those most tedious ones in a P. G. Wodehouse novel: “It was one of those parties where you cough twice before you speak and then decide not to say it after all.”

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“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.”
― Margaret Thatcher

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June 8, 2021

What if Proof of 2020 Presidential Election Fraud Develops?

If the last month has taught us anything, today’s conspiracy theory could easily be tomorrow’s commonsense truth. The speed at which the Wuhan Lab theory as the source of the Covid virus went from “thoroughly debunked” to “Viable” and “Probable” in the media was extraordinary. Indeed, the media scorned the possible source of the most economically destructive virus in history – one that is credited with killing 3 million people – because they didn’t like the then-President of the United States!

Despite the fact that the lab in Wuhan was one of the only places on earth where scientists were studying such viruses, that 3 Wuhan employees went to the hospital in November 2019 with what turned out to be Covid symptoms, that the NIH had actually been funding “gain of function” research in Wuhan focusing specifically on the transmission of such viruses to humans… we were told the Wuhan “China virus” theory was a racist conspiracy theory!

As much damage as Covid did – and far worse, the “lockdowns” used to inflict COVID's damage – that’s nothing compared to the damage another “conspiracy” has done and will do. That, of course, is the “thoroughly debunked” notion that the election of 2020 was stolen, and that Joe Biden is in the Oval Office today because of election fraud. But of course that’s just some tin hat conspiracy theory. We’ve been told that “There’s no evidence of election fraud” and Trump “Lost Nearly 60 Election Fights In Court.” The latter of course is fiction.

Given that we heard similar things for the last year about the origins of Covid, the question is, what happens when proof unequivocally demonstrates that the election was indeed stolen?

The smoke for that conclusion has been around since the wee hours of November 4thThe stopped counting in key states on election nightMark Zuckerberg’s wholesale purchase of the voting apparatus in key states and countiesThe unconstitutional changes to voting laws that crisscrossed the country… many empowered by the politicization of Covid... And then of course there is the TIME magazine piece that laid out in black and white the “inside story of the conspiracy to save the 2020 election”, chronicling widespread coordination of everyone from the Democrat party, Silicon Valley, BLM, unions, the Chamber of Commerce and various other players to get rid of Donald Trump.

All that has been missing has been the CSI level proof of the fire itself. Of course, given the depth and breadth of the Swamp, it may never come to light. But then it might. Currently in Arizona and Wisconsin audits are being done of the 2020 election.

So let’s imagine that somehow, integrity rules the day, and both states under audit produce rock-solid proof that the election in their states was stolen; what then? Technically, nothing. Arizona had 11 electoral votes and Wisconsin had 10. Together they represent 21 electoral votes and Joe Biden was declared the winner by 74 votes. In order for anything to change there must be a difference of at least 38 votes flipped from Biden to Trump.

But let’s say even one of those states produces demonstrable proof of election fraud. At that point the Republican legislatures of other battleground states that exhibited strange activity on election night… Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Michigan would be under a great deal of pressure to look into the integrity of their own elections. Suddenly, with an additional 52 electoral votes in play, things look a bit different.

Let’s further assume that the legislatures of Georgia and Pennsylvania determine that there was sufficient fraud in their states to flip the state’s vote to Donald Trump. With Arizona and Wisconsin, those states would bring the total to 57 electoral votes flipped from Biden to Trump, changing the totals to 249 to 289 and leaving Trump with a majority.

What then? Can a state reverse its electoral vote after certification and counting? Can states recall their electors post-inauguration? Can Congress meet and redo the vote count six months after an inauguration? None has ever been done and there is nothing in the Constitution about doing so. Can the House impeach the President for the fraud? Even if the GOP controlled the Senate a conviction would be unlikely because there’s probably little to connect Joe Biden with the actual fraud done on his behalf.

Can the Supreme Court order a new election? While the Constitution gives the Court no such power, in the Bizarro world of modern America that certainly seems to be no barrier. It is unlikely, however, as the Justices had two clear opportunities to resolve this problem and did nothing. When Pennsylvania Republicans sued seeking to throw out the clearly unconstitutional changes to voting law, the Court demurred. Unconstitutional changes such as these are of course the very basis for the Texas lawsuit that the Supreme Court refused to hear after the election. One state allowing their election to be stolen does indeed negatively impact the rights of citizens of another state if that activity results in a fraudulent president who runs the government of the United States under which all American citizens are governed.

Once the fraud has been demonstrated, America is going to find itself in a situation where it doesn’t appear that there is any Constitutional remedy in place. Are Americans simply supposed to acquiesce to the theft and allow the fraudulent president to be the actual president for the next three years?

No. That would be like a thief stealing your identity and looting your bank account and then once discovered, being allowed to keep it because, as we all remember from elementary school, “possession is 9/10ths of the law.” That was wrong in elementary school and it’s wrong in the Oval Office.

What can be done when the Constitution doesn’t address a bastardization of the constitutional process? Does a military junta take control and put Donald Trump back in the Oval Office? Umm… No! Does the 25th Amendment somehow come into play? No, because that would not remedy the situation. Does Biden resign? Unlikely, and again, it wouldn’t remedy the situation.

A Convention of the States as outlined by Article V of the Constitution? Maybe, but that’s a long process and would likely not occur within the timeframe of the next election.

How about a shadow government? Does Donald Trump build a replica of the Oval Office at Mar-a-Lago and show the world what a real president would do in whatever circumstances the imposter president finds himself in?

Do true patriots take to the streets and use violence and intimidation to wreak havoc from sea to shining sea the way BLM and Antifa did last year, and maintain it until the Democrats capitulate?

None of those ideas is an ideal solution. An ideal solution would essentially reverse the inauguration of Joe Biden and inaugurate Donald Trump as the rightful president.

Many pundits are suggesting that Republicans should dig deep and focus on 2022, both at the local and the state level so that the GOP can take back the House and the Senate. While that’s true, it’s not sufficient because it doesn’t address the fraud in the first place.

If it’s possible to steal the presidency with impunity, what office in the nation is beyond reach? The simple answer is none, and that matters because the government has police power and once the Constitution becomes superfluous, the coercive powers of government suddenly have no limits. And for those who say that the Constitution still stands, the Constitution is nothing more than a piece of paper. It is the citizens’ loyalty to that Constitution and the system built upon it that make it work.

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