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  2. Breitbart UK Jack Montgomery 4 Dec 2021 The British government has told Breitbart London it knows how many Afghans airlifted to the UK were on watch lists or had previously been deported from the country — but insists it is not in the public interest to reveal it. Germany and Sweden — countries with a less than stellar reputation for being forthright about public safety issues linked to immigration — have both admitted that some of the Afghans they evacuated from Kabul during its fall to the Taliban turned out to be people they had previously deported, with German interior minister Horst Seehofer revealing that his country had taken in Afghan evacuees who were “high-calibre criminals”, some “relevant to security” and regarded as a “serious threat”. Boris Johnson’s government has been less forthcoming about such issues, although reports have got out that at least one Afghan evacuee had been on Britain’s “no-fly” list and was seemingly airlifted in error. Another Afghan — a former special forces commando — was revealed to have been arrested in a dawn raid on the hotel he was hosted at not long after his arrival. (Snip)
  3. Instead of Build Back Better, how about Put it back the way you found it.
  4. The Media Inverts Reality in the Kenosha and Waukesha Cases - DEROY MURDOCK They want to advance the narrative that white people hate black people.
  5. NY Post For the past two years, the mainstream media has given tons of coverage to the Black Lives Matter movement — and rightly so. More than 80 percent of black Americans, including me, support the movement, especially in the wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody. But the media is missing many nuances among African-Americans. For one, we don’t all vote alike. Yes, almost 90 percent of black voters went to bat for the Biden-Harris administration last year. But that leaves 10 percent of black voters who didn’t. Meanwhile, 25 percent of black Democrats actually consider themselves “conservative” and 43 percent say they are “moderate.” White Democrats with a college or postgraduate degree are most likely to call themselves “liberal.” Some issues that matter to the black community just aren’t getting noticed. Two in three black Americans said they don’t feel represented in media, according to a 2020 study.
  6. Top takeaways from week one of Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking trial
  7. Washington Examiner The appointment of Parag Agrawal as the CEO of Twitter has alarmed conservatives because of his statements that he does not prioritize free speech and that his platform is not neutral when it comes to content. At the same time, though, technology industry insiders expect that based on Agrawal's engineering background, he will also likely push the platform to provide users with greater choice in content moderation. Agrawal, 37, who took over the social media giant from former CEO Jack Dorsey earlier this week, joined Twitter in 2011 as a software engineer before rising through the ranks to become the company’s chief technology officer in 2017 and one of Dorsey’s closest advisers. Agrawal is taking control as social media giants face increasing scrutiny from the Left and the Right and a heightened threat of significant regulation. In outlining his thoughts on content moderation in an interview with the MIT Technology Review in November, Agrawal said Twitter is trying to balance mitigating harm caused by false content and misinformation without becoming an arbiter of truth.
  8. 6th Circuit Delivers Another Smackdown to Biden Admin on OSHA Mandate Joe Biden just got some more bad news when it comes to his effort to impose vaccine mandates on Americans. Last month, the 5th Circuit took the Biden Administration to the woodshed, upholding the stay on the imposition of the vaccine mandate on private businesses with 100 or more employees through an OSHA rule. While it wasn’t ruling on the underlying merits of the case, the 5th Circuit indicated that there were a lot of constitutional issues with the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). The most significant takeaway is that there were motions to transfer the cases to the 5th Circuit and the D.C. Circuit Court. Those motions were denied, a big blow to the Biden team who might have hoped for a more favorable decision in the D.C Circuit. The 6th Circuit is more conservative in general, so that can’t make the Biden team very happy. The court also denied the motion to hold the case in abeyance.
  9. National Review There’s some choice DeSantis Derangement Syndrome on CNN this morning. Check out this headline: DeSantis proposes a new civilian military force in Florida that he would control Gosh! A “civilian military force in Florida that he would control”! That sounds terrifying — especially when paired with the piece’s artwork, which, for some reason, shows both Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump. And what would this “civilian military force in Florida” do? St, Petersburg, Florida (CNN)Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to reestablish a World War II-era civilian military force that he, not the Pentagon, would control. DeSantis pitched the idea Thursday as a way to further support the Florida National Guard during emergencies, like hurricanes. The Florida National Guard has also played a vital role during the pandemic in administering Covid-19 tests and distributing vaccines. Sounds . . . fine? Useful, even. Ah, but this is unusual, right? Oh wait, no, it’s not: States have the power to create defense forces separate from the national guard, though not all of them use it. If Florida moves ahead with DeSantis’ plan to reestablish the civilian force, it would become the 23rd active state guard in the country, DeSantis’ office said in a press release, joining California, Texas and New York. So nearly half the states do it — including California and New York — and Florida itself used to have one before it was abandoned. Which makes the problem . . . what, exactly?
  10. Just the News This week's Golden Horseshoe goes to the Small Business Administration for millions in Paycheck Protection Program loans it issued to fraudsters who used the money to purchase luxury homes, high-priced jewelry and expensive cars, including a Bentley and two Lamborghinis, according to a watchdog report The Paycheck Protection Program had the highest percentage of cases of criminal activity of all the pandemic relief programs, according to the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee's recent Semiannual Report to Congress. "A total of 14 OIGs have indictments/complaints, arrests, and/or convictions from April 1, 2021, through September 30, 2021, related to the federal government's COVID-19 pandemic response," PRAC reported. The PPP program had 49% of those criminal activity cases. While the cases of PPP fraud continue to be investigated and reported, some of the more egregious examples are detailed in the recent report and on PRAC's website and show many were able to defraud the loan process.
  11. What Are They Teaching Our Children? John Hinderaker December 4, 2021 The issue of leftist indoctrination in the public schools has been with us for a while, but it has exploded into public consciousness during the past year. The main focus has been Critical Race Theory, a toxic compound of racism and anti-Americanism. (Snip) The third draft continues MDE’s reframing of American history as a woeful tale of “colonialism,” slavery, racism and imperialism. For example: * The American Revolution is mentioned five times, but George Washington, Paul Revere, Bunker Hill and Lexington and Concord are never named. Instead, students “analyze dominant and non-dominant narratives,” “examine Black, indigenous or women’s perspectives,” etc. (Snip) The third draft, like earlier drafts, eliminates the most basic facts of world history from the K-12 curriculum. For example, * Ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages, the French Revolution, Napoleon and the Russian Revolution receive no mention. * The Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution—both world-transforming developments—appear only once: to highlight the role that Islam played. (“Identify the influence of Islamic centers of learning on the European Renaissance, the scientific revolution and society today.”) ( (Snip) It goes on and on. The Left’s poisonous hostility toward the United States is the dominant feature of these proposed standards, and is the essence–the whole point–of Critical Race Theory. And don’t assume that initiatives like these are occurring only in liberal states. The national teachers’ unions are fully on board with Critical Race Theory–the NEA, the country’s largest union, explicitly endorsed CRT by resolution last summer–and even in red states, anti-American propaganda is creeping into public education. If you would like to help American Experiment fight the Left’s pernicious doctrines and advocate for quality education, you can go here to sign our petition and here to donate to our campaign. ____________________________________________________________________ So to answer What Are They Teaching Our Children? Not an (expletive expletive Expletive deleted) thing.
  12. Milwaukee Dancing Grannies make parade return after Waukesha tragedy The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies made their first appearance in a Christmas parade Saturday since a suspect drove through a parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, last month, killing four of the group’s members and two other people. "We are going to get through this," Dancing Granny Laura Thein told FOX 6 Milwaukee at the Franklin, Wisconsin, parade Saturday. "We are very strong women, and with the strength of each other we will get through it."
  13. 'Let's Go Brandon' store opens in Massachusetts town The store, near the Rhode Island line, sells "Let's Go Brandon" merchandise such as hats, shirts, and signs
  14. I do a lot of family tree research on line. Its not like it used to be. It's hard to find any info. It's all a big advertisement trying to sell you something.
  15. I'm so old I can remember when Google would actually try to answer a question like What does George Soros really want?.
  16. There are companies that specialize in getting bad press way down the line for ou on the net. He can more than afford to hire them.
  17. Something I found interesting Google: what does george soros really want Go Duck Go: what does george soros really want
  18. @Geee What does Georgie want for all the money he spent? Chaos and disruption in the American political/economic/education system. And he is close to getting it. A deeper question is What does he get out of it? Remember my 3 small simple questions 1. What do you want? (Chaos) 2. How do you get it? (fund the most extreme parts of the Democratic Party) 3. Then What Happens? If I'm correct we know the answers to 1 & 2. Question 3? Its way to easy to see him as some mustache twirling Evil super villain. He has to know IF he is successful in taking down America (if I'm correct), he's not just taking us down, he's taking down civilization as we know it. Well have a good idea if he'll succeed by November 5, 2024. Like I've said before, I'm starting to take Alex Jones lessons. OTOH I Could Be Wrong. I would LOVE to be wrong.
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  20. George Soros' network of woke DA's he has bankrolled in cities across the US: How the Billionaire Democrat megadonor gave Chicago's Kim Foxx $2M and Philly's DA - where murder has doubled - got $1.7M Soros donated $2million to a PAC that supported the reelection campaign of Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx Cook County's murder rate is the highest it has been since 1994 He also donated to a PACs that prop up Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón and Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner Soros is most known for donating to Democratic presidents Clinton and Obama The Hungarian billionaire spent $3m on seven local DA races in 2016 In 2020, he pumped $28million into Democratic elections across the US
  21. Epidemic of smash-and-grab crime is definitely man-made - Jonathan Turley Crime is raging across the country, from violent attacks to brazen shoplifting to mob “smash and grab” attacks. The White House this week had a simple answer for the cause of this rising lawlessness: It was not “defund the police” efforts, or more restrictive policies for police and prosecutors. It was the familiar scourge cited in debates ranging from infrastructure to supply chains to tax increases — the pandemic. The pandemic now seems to have reached the mythic levels of gods who once were blamed for everything that went wrong in life. Africans had Anansi the Spider, while the Norse had the trickster Loki. Both were known to assume different identities to wreak disorder or steal precious things. For politicians, it is useful to have a lurking Loki to explain that social problems are not really of their making, the result of their failures. The Loki factor was evident in the press conference this week when Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy asked about the rising lawlessness seen in major cities such as New York, Chicago and Los Angeles: “Does the president still think that crime is up because of the pandemic?” White House press secretary Jen Psaki replied that “many people have conveyed that.”
  22. Forbes Trump Media Company Says It Has Raised $1 Billion Lisa Kim Forbes Staff Dec. 4 2021 (Snip) Key Facts Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), which aims to launch a social media platform, did not share the names of the investors in the private investment in public equity transaction, or PIPE, which is unusual. Reports surfaced earlier this week that Trump’s company was seeking to raise $1 billion in a PIPE deal that would value the company at around $3 billion—more than three times the $875 million valuation ascribed to it in the merger with DWAC that was announced in October. In October, TMTG said it would launch a beta version of its social media platform in November, a goal which it appears to have missed, and roll out a complete version next year. (Snip)
  23. The Post Millennial "$1 billion sends an important message to Big Tech that censorship and political discrimination must end. America is ready for TRUTH Social, a platform that will not discriminate on the basis of political ideology," Trump stated. Mia Cathell December 4, 2021 Trump Media & Technology Group Corp. (TMTG), former President Donald Trump's social media group, and Digital World Acquisition Corp. (DWAC) announced Saturday they've received a commitment of $1 billion "PIPE" investment in committed capital from an unidentified "diverse group of institutional investors" to fund the digital media venture. The transaction will provide estimated proceeds of approximately $1.25 billion, after deducting estimated deal expenses, to be used to fund operations. TRUTH Social, which is TMTG's forthcoming social media platform, will provide an outlet that "encourages open global conversation without discrimination on the basis of political ideology." In addition, TMTG+, the company's subscription-based video streaming service, is expected to include access to "non-woke" entertainment, news, documentaries, podcasts and more. (Snip)
  24. The Post Millennial "Let me be clear, I do not support any government vaccine mandate on private businesses," Manchin stated. "That's why I have cosponsored and will strongly support a bill to overturn the federal government vaccine mandate for private businesses." James Anthony December 4, 2021 Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) is once again set to break from party ranks and vote against the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for private businesses. Manchin said Thursday that he would join all 50 Republican colleagues in backing a resolution challenging President Joe Biden's workplace vaccine mandate. (Snip) Manchin stated, "In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and as the new Omicron variant emerges, I will not vote to shut down the government for purely political reasons. There is too much at stake for the American people." (Snip)
  25. Washington Free Beacon White House estimates up to 95,000 Afghans will be resettled in U.S. Joseph Simonson December 4, 2021 The Biden administration has yet to present to Congress a report detailing the number of Afghan refugees in the United States and on overseas military bases—in violation of a law that required those disclosures by Dec. 1. A provision in a government funding bill passed Sept. 30 required Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas to produce a detailed accounting of Afghan refugees both in the United States and abroad to Congress within 60 days. The Washington Free Beacon has learned that Congress has yet to receive any report from DHS. The violation of a congressionally mandated deadline comes as more than 124,000 people were airlifted out of Afghanistan by Aug. 30, the last day of the United States' presence in the country. Of those, the White House says it anticipates up to 95,000 Afghans will be resettled in the United States. Many of the Afghans who arrived in the United States this fall lacked identification paperwork, raising terrorism and public safety concerns. The Free Beacon reported in September that Afghan refugees who arrived in the United States did not receive COVID-19 tests before departing Kabul. Senate Republicans, such as James Lankford (Okla.), criticized the Biden administration's lack of compliance with the law at a time when Democrats are asking for $7 billion in additional funding for Afghanistan resettlement efforts. (Snip) +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ And herein is The Problem. All it would take is .25%, that's 237 Terrorists running around.
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