☕️ C&C NEWS ☙ Tuesday, October 25, 2022 ☙ SPIKED 🦠
Early signs of a major Ukraine-war narrative shift; good signs from first-time R voters; more celebrity SADS; cross-dressing volleyball player spikes girl; Biden officials identify top threats; more.
Good morning, C&C, and Happy Tuesday! Your terrific roundup includes: are we seeing the first signs of a major shift in the Ukraine narrative?; good news trending on social media about the elections; so much so that bots are pushing back; three more sudden and unexpected celebrity deaths; cross dressing volleyball player spikes teenaged girl; you’ll never guess what top Biden officials say is the ‘top’ threat to the mid-term elections; and an MSNBC focus group lays some hard truths on the interviewer about J6.
🗞 *THE C&C ARMY POST* 🗞
🪖 The top question that I am asked at speaking events, and the topic that occupies most of my strategic thinking is: WHEN will there be accountability for what has happened with the jabs. There’s a lot happening behind the scenes you don’t know about. I am working on a special post for Friday that describes exactly how we get from where we are now to criminal prosecutions. Stay tuned.
🪖 We’re now well into the early voting period, so it looks like all the October surprises have been sprung and things should start calming down, while we await the inevitable controversy over the election results, however it goes.
🗞*WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
🔥 The Washington Post ran a story yesterday headlined, “Liberals urge Biden to rethink Ukraine strategy.” Apparently, the 30-Democrat ’Progressive Caucus’ sent a letter yesterday asking Joe Biden NOT to escalate Ukraine, but instead resolve the war peacefully.
[W]e urge you to … redoubl[e] efforts to seek a realistic framework for a ceasefire… The alternative to diplomacy is protracted war, with both its attendant certainties and catastrophic and unknowable risks… we urge you to make vigorous diplomatic efforts in support of a negotiated settlement and ceasefire, engage in direct talks with Russia, explore prospects for a new European security arrangement acceptable to all parties that will allow for a sovereign and independent Ukraine, and, in coordination with our Ukrainian partners, seek a rapid end to the conflict and reiterate this goal as America’s chief priority.
Those important parts were nestled in amongst all the usual virtue signaling talking points. You know, the US — I mean Ukraine — is kicking Russia’s butt, Russia is bad, Putin is bad, and so forth. But the letter clearly ended with the call for RESOLUTION as our top priority — in other words, peaceful resolution should trump all other priorities. The other significant bit was the letter’s call for “direct talks with Russia,” meaning, cut Ukraine out of the negotiation, since it’s just complicating everything.
When I read through the vast sea of disgruntlement in the comments to the Caucus’ hapless tweet about the letter, I felt like Cortez must have felt when he saw the Pacific Ocean for the first time. Rank and file twitter liberals were NOT pleased. “Russian stooges!” “Why don’t you just hand Ukraine to Putin on a silver platter!” “Appeaser!” “Traitors!”, and my personal favorite, “You want Ukrainians to suffer under occupation and torture for YOUR benefit.”
I’m sure about one thing: a lot of Ukrainians have an exquisitely-refined sense of entitlement to OUR lives and treasure, for some reason. When was the last time you heard Zelenskyy or any other Ukrainian thank America for all the help? They’re basically just like U.S. liberals, the more you give, the more they demand.
And they sure know their way around U.S. social media, don’t they?
The commenters who enthusiastically attacked the Progressive Caucus are probably the very same people who screamed the loudest and longest for harder lockdowns and tighter masks and stricter jab passports. They’re always so angry about the ‘current thing.’
Anyway, within a few hours, the Progressive Caucus was forced to issue a “clarification” emphasizing their support for Ukraine. They must have calculated that they’d gotten a bit over their skis.
There’s another way to look at this letter: as a sign of good news. Remember last December when I walked you guys through the big covid narrative shift? This is exactly how it starts. They always start the shift by trickling counter-narrative stuff into goofy leftwing outlets, like Washington Post editorials or Atlantic articles.
Corroborating my theory, here’s how the Washington Post described the letter:
… the liberals’ letter suggests pressure may now start coming from the left as well — albeit for different reasons — creating a political pincer movement that would make it harder for the president to blame opposition to his Ukraine policy solely on Republicans.
You don’t say. WaPo also reported softening support in the polls for the war:
… surveys suggest that public support for the war effort is softening. A Pew Research poll found that the share of Americans who are extremely or very concerned about a Ukrainian defeat fell from 55 percent in May to 38 percent in September.
Back when they started the covid narrative shift, they did it through ‘trusted experts’ like Leana Wen. Since the war is a political issue instead of a medical issue, this time they’re using ‘trusted’ politicians instead of trusted doctors.
True, it’s only one data point, and the progressives quickly retreated some with their ‘clarification,’ but my highly-attuned B.S. detectors smell a Ukraine war narrative shift coming.
📈 In more good news, I’m starting to see a lot of these:
And don’t forget brand-new Republican voter Elon Musk:
🔥 In fact, the trend is so obvious that there’s a counter-trend of folks claiming to be Republicans voting democrat ‘for the first time’ because Joe Biden — I am not making this up — is ‘one of the greatest presidents we’ve ever had.’ E.g.,
It’s a LOT of folks. And they all say the EXACT SAME THING:
According to his stats, user WhimmyJimmy joined August 2021, but only has 23 followers and is only following 31 others. Here are some of his other “proud conservative” tweets:
So. My money is on the trend of democrats voting Republican for the first time.
💉 Reporter Megyn Kelly announced yesterday on air that her sister, 58, died this weekend from a sudden and unexpected heart attack.
Megyn has always been pretty steadily pro-jab, but this month came out as “very skeptical.”
💉 Craig Lewis Band member and America’s Got Talent finalist Zuri Craig, 44, died suddenly and unexpectedly Friday. No cause of death has been released.
💉 Also Friday, British TV and theatre actress Josephine Melville suddenly and unexpectedly died backstage, AFTER performing in the play Nine Night.
No cause of death has been released. Melville seemed to be just fine:
🏻 The UK Daily Mail ran a story yesterday headlined, “Horrific Moment Female High School Volleyball Player Suffers Serious Head Injury After Transgender Girl in Rival Team Lobbed ‘70mph’ Ball at Her Head and Struck Her.”
A teenaged North Carolina female volleyball player suffered severe head and neck injuries, long-term concussion symptoms, and vision problems, after an opposing cross-dressing male player spiked the ball right in her face.
The Cherokee County school board immediately voted 5-1 to forfeit all remaining volleyball games against Highlands School (where the transvestite plays), delicately explaining “the County will not participate in any [more] volleyball games, varsity or junior varsity, against Highlands due to safety concerns.”
Safety concerns. You don’t say.
🔥 Politico ran a trial balloon article yesterday headlined “Biden admin set to warn about threats to nation’s election infrastructure.” According to cowardly anonymous bureaucrat sources, “the bulletin will lay out details of cyber threats posed by China and Russia, as well as other non-state actors, and potential physical threats to election officials in jurisdictions across the country.”
Politico gave a single example of the so-called physical threats: “intimidation at ballot boxes.” I guess they mean someone is watching drop boxes, and Politico thinks that is the WORST. It’s a thousand times worse than the Ukraine war, and the federal government needs to do something about it.
Me, I’m in favor of watching drop boxes. If I used a drop box, I’d be happy to be videotaped or questioned or whatever. I don’t think it’s intimidating at all, unless you’re on the lam, trying to dodge process service, or being stalked by an angry ex-girlfriend.
I kind of think people watching drop boxes is REASSURING, not intimidating.
Deep in the story, Politico admitted CISA Director Jen Easterly told reporters on October 13th that, “At this time, we are not aware of any specific or credible threats to compromise or disrupt election infrastructure.”
Can you guess what “officials” said was the top threat to mid-term elections? Not China. Not Russia. Not hackers. Not ballot box stuffers. Not fraudulent mail-in ballots.
It’s misinformation, silly!
Politico ended the story saying, “Officials consider misinformation and disinformation the biggest threats to the midterms.”
Haha, of course. Americans saying stuff different from the executive agencies is the biggest threat to the elections.
Or, you could look at it as the EXECUTIVE AGENCIES are the biggest threat to American democracy. That’s kind of how I’m starting to see it. Change my mind.
🔥 Many of you have probably already seen this clip, but it still bears repeating, plus, some of you haven’t enjoyed it yet. MSNBC held a live ‘focus group’ of Western Pennsylvania voters, and the interviewer realized too late that she’d grabbed something hot when she started asking questions about January 6th.
Consider that MSNBC’s core audience are what pollsters call “democrat partisans” — people who’d rather vote for a mentally-incapacitated stroke victim than even a moderate RINO Republican. Democrat partisans believe the January 6th protest at the Capitol was ten times worse than the Civil War, and I’m not even exaggerating.
So it wasn’t just that MSNBC’s interviewer got a dose of what the heartland really thinks. Just imagine how MSNBC’s audience reacted to hearing those home truths about January 6th. It must have felt a lot like electric shock therapy.
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🎥 I’m working on finding a podcast host for C&C’ers who prefer an audio version:
That’s ‘kitty,’ our generic housecat. She cut a sample tape.
Alternatively, Substack now supports reading the post to you, and several folks told me they actually like the computer-generated voice. It’s not MY voice, of course, but could do in a pinch.
Have a terrific Tuesday, and I’ll see you back here tomorrow for more.
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I posted this comment this morning at Exposing the Darkness Substack:
Wow! I never thought I’d be on the side of 30 radical Democrats. Ukraine is a cesspool of corruption. Too many of our country’s “leaders” or very close relatives have been swimming in it. I wonder if all the $$$ and military equipment we’ve sent there is hush money so the truth stays buried. We need to heed the advice of our first President George Washington. He warned against foreign entanglements suggesting further we treat all foreign nations with benevolence. It’s way past time we ended our involvement with NATO, the UN and brought all our troops and military equipment home. We desperately need to secure our own borders, track foreign nationals here, and deport those who overstay their visas. We should not trade with other countries until they adopt and enforce our clean air, clean water and labor standards. We have all the resources we need here. And most important, we need to eliminate all unconstitutional federal alphabet agencies, vote on paper ballots in person (with the rare exception of absentee ballots for the bed-ridden) with a designated national holiday for federal elections.