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— Liz Magill properly identified as former U. Penn president, NOT Penn State (sorry!)

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Jeff, I suggest you stop saying "U. Penn." It is known as simply Penn, and anybody who is anybody will look down on you as a hopeless yokel for not knowing the proper name for the university. Just saying.

Also, the interrogation of the university presidents was utter baloney. The deceitful rep who insisted on an answer to her inflammatory hypothetical is a disgusting excuse for a human being, clearly holding water for the genocidal israeli govt who should all be in jail. It burns me up that people who call themselves Christians wet themselves over the criminals who shove evil zionism down the world's throat. "Never forget" is a rallying cry to beat the world over the head with supposed crimes that are blamed on the world at large. Really, REALLY??? Exactly how does that work? No other group of people in the history of the world were ever victims? Please. I really wish Christians were really Christians.

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Feb 2Liked by Jeff Childers

I think this is a good time to remind everyone that this is cyclical

Weak men create bad times

Bad times create strong men

Strong men create good times

Good times create weak men

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Feb 2Liked by Jeff Childers

This article seems quite relevant to your comment:

https://notthebee.com/takes/i-just-wanted-to-be-left-alone-heres-what-happens-now

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Feb 2Liked by Jeff Childers

Awesome article! Here is a related one I wrote in August, 2020:

“The Catastrophic Costs of Complying”

https://www.ageofautism.com/2020/08/the-catastrophic-costs-of-complying.html

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Laura Hayes you have produced some phenomenal work. Thank You!

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Thank you, Michael! I give the credit and glory to God, as my work was definitely Holy Spirit inspired and directed 🙌! When the Lord calls you, He will equip you!

For anyone interested to peruse a listing of my publicly-available work, should a particular item be of interest, click on the link below :)

https://www.ageofautism.com/exclusives.html

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This world could use more Laura's of Hayes. A lot more.

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Yes, Laura Hayes is so amazing! All of her articles are amazing as well.

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Such an abundance of great reading and resources in this stack! Thank you!

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I wish I had known of you in 2020, when I was at a loss to understand how anyone could accept so many unconscionable restrictions on our rights and freedoms, how they could blindly comply the way they did all around me. Thank you for articulating this so eloquently.

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Thank you for your kind words, they are much appreciated. Wonderful how we can connect with other freedom lovers and defenders here on Jeff’s C&C blog :)

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Incredibly prescient article, especially considering your wrote it in August 2020. A lot of food for thought in your words.

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CMCM,

Thank you for your kind comment. Our middle child was permanently and catastrophically injured by his “routine” childhood vaccinations from 1994-1996. He turns 30 this month. I have been at this fight for nearly 30 years now, and the writing on the wall became clearer and clearer with each passing year. The disregard for the many new epidemics of childhood, including “autism”, a misnomer for vaccine-induced injury for so many, and the escalating tyranny, including the decimation of parental rights and healthcare choice freedom, pointed to where we now are.

You might be interested to watch my first rally speech opposing SB277 in CA, 12 minutes long. I wrote and delivered it prior to the “carve out” for homeschoolers being added to the bill. Originally, the bill applied to ALL children in CA, from birth to age 18, for both daycare and school, be it public, private, or home.

https://rumble.com/v47llcx-laura-hayes-no-on-sb277-speech-sacramento-at-the-capitol-on-april-8-2015.html

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Excellent.

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Great!

Remember this:

To be GOVERNED is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to do so. To be GOVERNED is to be at every operation, at every transaction noted, registered, counted, taxed, stamped, measured, numbered, assessed, licensed, authorized, admonished, prevented, forbidden, reformed, corrected, punished. It is, under pretext of public utility, and in the name of the general interest, to be placed under contribution, drilled, fleeced, exploited, monopolized, extorted from, squeezed, hoaxed, robbed; then, at the slightest resistance, the first word of complaint, to be repressed, fined, vilified, harassed, hunted down, abused, clubbed, disarmed, bound, choked, imprisoned, judged, condemned, shot, deported, sacrificed, sold, betrayed; and to crown all, mocked, ridiculed, derided, outraged, dishonored. That is government.

I have been wearing this Orwell 1984 T recently: t.co/EKkMWeTAPG

Sheeps don't get it 😆

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The economic cost of this is that we cannot compete in world markets. And then to top it off, there's all all kinds of delivery and supply, crumbling infrastructure dysfunction costs. Not to mention impacts to labor and standards of service.

If I want to get something done, I usual look for small really independent guys who do all the work without the red tape. If one looks, one can find competency and also, down to earth.

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How about dealing with simple things at DMV, Social Security, Medicare, health insurance and their providers. So I retired and spend hours and days getting nowhere. The big impacts of the question: is there a competent human there at all? Or even a human? It impacts virtually everything. Looking forward with hope for the good.

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It's not just the public sector or insurance behemoths. The world seems full of people who don't really want to be doing their jobs and what's worse, don't care if it shows. The software is the problem. I recently had to participate in a closing for a NYC apartment that involved scads of lawyers, a title company and various other rentseeking hangers-on, and the incompetence and unconcern about said incompetence when pointed out was breathtaking. "Uh....this is not the Anita Levenson estate on these documents you want me to notarize..." YAWN.

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Sorry, that was a little PTSD on my part.

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Everyone is fed up and miserable except the elite slots, from lower to upper levels, of the Cretin Ruling Classes. And everyone of us has to work hard in order to prevent ourselves from living in a mental swamp of misery and becoming dispirited which is what the demon rulers desire.

So yes, there are competent people. And they tend to be independent people running their own little businesses like alternative health, alternative trades people who will come to your house and fix you light switch, put in fans, do construction stuff. In the Soviet Union, hiring out on the QT to get things done was routine because when things get totally dysfunctional, people start ignoring 'the laws and regulations' because life has to go on. And so, long term there is always hope. The real question is how much misery is there in between the here and now, and the light at the end of the tunnel.

Appreciate both you and the comment. Thanks!

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There is so much lawlessness out there. For example, a lot of the big online hotel booking companies have these side companies like “Get A Room” and “Night Crawler” that pretend they are a hotel’s main website in appearance, charge you 2 or 3 times the real price of a room and refuse to give you a refund. When you call, there is a sincerely horrible person on the other line, probably in a basement, who won’t help you, with an accent you don’t understand, and whose job it is to keep your money. This has happened to me twice and it literally takes days to fight it. If you’re lucky you’ll get your money back but the internet is writhe with people who eventually give up. Night Crawler is owned by Expedia! When lawlessness comes to a country it’s a free for all.

I bring this up in relation to your post because life is getting exceedingly difficult. There are snakes everywhere. We can all feel it. We increasingly spend our time staying safe and healthy—and these days—keeping a roof over our heads is a major ordeal for many people.

It is scary out there. You get the feeling only the smart and strong will survive this.

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Yes, sometimes one's best hope is that the gummit dweebs are so busy harrassing and nullifying the "miscreant" they have identified they don't happen to find out about what YOU are up to. Thus you can get in, do the under the table job, get back out, and it was only "Uncle Steve" happening by for a visit. Plain white vans no livery are great tools. Stealth tools.

When the government harassers are too busy harassing OTHER victims, they can't harass YOU. And this is one feature/benefit of an overlarge cumbersome lazy bureaucracy.

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Totally agree. Nothing simple and straightforward. A complication every step of the way.

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Let me hazard a guess: you live in California and have to tango with their sorry excuse of a DMV?

I can tell some horror stories abou THAT bunch......

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I tell my native CA husband that all the time….all DMV’s are not created equal!

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Not gonna buy your tshirts but the point about being governed is spot on.

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That is not an Orwell quote it is from

Pierre Joseph Proudhon Idée Générale de la Révolution au XIXe Siècle [The General Idea of the Revolution] (1851);

quoted in The Anarchists (1964) by James Joll, Ch. 3, p. 78

No thanks

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Thanks for the correct reference I didn’t think it was Orwell I was only appreciating the idea 😁 I don’t like the notion of being “governed” but am also not a fan of anarchy either.

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And he was 100% correct.

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Sheep don't want to get it, but I like the word "sheeps" better. There are lots and lots and lots!! 😆😆

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SHEEPLE

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Yes, "Sheeple". Unfortunately, there are rather too many of them in the population. It's easier to go "baaa. baaaa" than to think.

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Exactly. Thinking hurts, don'tcha know.

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Far better to be self-governed according to God's laws and principles. This was God's command to Israel. KNOW my laws and obey them. However, because they adamantly refused to DO ths over centuries, eventually murdering His own Son because they didn't like Him very much (He called them out on their hipocrisy many times, and helped the poor and downtrodden more often than that), God raised up Rome to finish the job Israel had started and almost completed. Reading about the time period of about 64 AD (the reign of Nero Caesar, Mister 666, is pretty horrific, but it only got worse.. MUCH worse, starting in about 67 or 68 AD. By 71 AD Israel was no more, and their former "sacred" land had been rendered utterly desolate, which it remained for a few centuries. Israel refused to self-govern according to God's laws. They finished off themselves, with just a little help from Roma.

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LMFAO!

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Fantastic article about standing up and actively fighting back. The last time I wore a mask anywhere was Summer 2022 when at a museum entrance I said to myself at the mask-required signs, "Nope." I was then followed around by idiot guards with radios who were scared and outraged I refused to wear a mask claiming federal Americans with Disability Act "reasonable accommodation" in any public place. My "disability" which they have no right to ask what it is? I don't follow idiots' orders!

Hat tip to nicholascreed.substack whose quote on parasites in recent C&C comments made me pull out encouraging blue sky photos of medical freedom rallies I've been going to since Fall 2021.

https://ajvalleyheartsdelight.substack.com/p/ben-franklins-lessons-for-today

Been going regularly recently to my County supervisors' meetings after they let their public health department reimpose last year masking "requirements" for the flu season as it still peddles the jab. They declared war on me? I declare war on them.

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I didn’t wear a mask during the entire pandemic. However, I respected the businesses that wanted you to wear masks by not patronizing them. What’s the difference between me forcing my wishes on them or them forcing their wishes on me. I believe in America we should all have the right to choose and that we should respect other’s choices even if we disagree.

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I never wore a snot pouch either. May I ask...how does the natural law provide a basis for demanding a medical intervention as a condition of entry to a business open to the public?

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Great idea. I managed to get a medical note to avoid jury duty because our federal court was insisting that members of the public and the jury wear masks, even after the lawyers were no longer required to wear them.

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What do we think about "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service" ?

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Distinguishing as we must between the natural law (or natural rights) and civil law (or civil rights), dress codes such as the one you mentioned have been found to be Constitutional -- that is, no serious violation of natural or civil rights if reasonable and applied consistently to all.

Some would argue it violates the natural law to require minimum clothing such as shoes and a shirt. Technically it does, I guess, but under the Constitution, which has evolved to include civil rights, a reasonable dress code applied uniformly has been found to not violate civil rights or natural ones so severely as to be void. So, a business, operating as a place of public accommodation (all civil rights language) may deny entry based on "No shirt, no shoes, no service" dress codes. That said, having to wear a shirt does not interfere with natural metabolic processes such as breathing...

IMO, this is precisely why all the a-hole govenors (Sorry, Alice, I still get "agitated" when I think about it -- nearly four years in!) had language in their mask "mandates" allowing for exceptions. A mask -- a medical device -- interferes with all manner of natural processes, including breathing and communicating. Shirts don't do that. Neither do shoes.

The natural law, OTOH, says that a business owner may allow or deny entry to his/her business (property) to anyone for any reason. This includes race, religious expression (yarmulke, hijab, turban, etc.), sex (only men allowed) -- for any reason. It's his/her property. Sorry. Can't come in...

Kris Anne Hall is one such person. She is an attorney for whom the natural law applies in all circumstances. This includes the "right" of a business owner to require a medical intervention such as a mask; does she apply this to other medical interventions such as "vaccines?" That I do not know, but I'd bet she holds this view, too. https://www.krisannehall.com/2018/07/02/about-krisanne-hall/

Hall's remedy? Shop elsewhere. Oh, OK. Kris Anne -- and when the State issues its edicts and everywhere one looks one finds businesses and employers requiring such interventions -- including "vaccine" passports, perhaps -- what then? Does Hall dispute the authority of the State to issue an edict that tells businesses they 𝒎𝒖𝒔𝒕 require certain medical interventions? Perhaps that's how she wiggles out of her stance on masks -- If the business owner decides, that's fine. If the State orders it? Not so much.

IMO, requiring medical interventions -- even if its "just a mask" -- enables the greasing of that slippery slope to point where we are now -- a horror show of a world. Whether Kris Anne Hall agrees or not.

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Feb 3·edited Feb 3

Okay. I just read your definition of natural law. I responded below prior to reading it. I don’t see the mask as a medical device. However, if people refuse to spend their money at businesses requiring masks, then things will change. Most people just complied because it was the easiest route. I usually called places ahead of time to see if masks were required. All grocery stores were okay with people not wearing masks.

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They own the business. They should have the right to determine a dress code (so to speak) if they wish. CVC in Pensacola told me I needed to wear a mask to shop there. I turned around and left to go shopping at Walgreens. I wasn’t rude and didn’t try to force myself on them. I still refuse to shop there.

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You may see masks as other than a medical device, but that is what they are. Perhaps it could be argued that wrapping cloth around one's face is not a medical device, but all the blue surgical masks? They're medical devices, and when used as source control, are considered as such by such vaunted institutions as the FDA, CDC, etc.

I saw your earlier response re the business owners having a right to determine a dress code -- and they do have that right if reasonable and applied uniformly. As I think I said in my comment, the fact of masks' status as medical devices with health implications is part of the reason governors' orders contained a whole list of exceptions to their "mandatory" use.

Getting away with the criminal act of forcing a medical device (masks) on people against their will led to the criminal act of forced injection. At least the former's impact has less chance of bringing about long-term injury while the latter's long-term injuries are just beginning to unfold.

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Serious Kudos to you! But you obviously don’t live in a blue he** hole. My family would have literally starved! Not being allowed outside your house without one much less in a public space. My fear of being attacked by the locals was real. It was happening. Not to mention being carted off to a camp. However I will not comply again and I believe there will be more than one of us!

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I’m grateful that I don’t live in a blue he** hole. No one is more thankful to have Ron DeSantis as governor than I am.

For future reference, you can have curbside pickup or delivery to avoid wearing a mask. I shopped in stores. Only once did I have an unpleasant experience when a masked woman came up to me and deliberately coughed at me. Morons abound in this world.

However, most masked people were polite. That’s why when I see someone wearing a mask, I never belittle them or treat them unkindly. I’ve read so many posts here where people think it’s okay to be mean to people wearing masks now that the mandates are over. It’s not.

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I did not know people couldn't ask about disability. I was going to answer, "I have CS" and leave it at that. "CS" is common sense.

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Ha! "CS." Good one. I await the day that is not a "disability."

I'm no an expert in ADA law but last I looked at the fed statutes not even restaurants can ask why someone needs an emotional support animal. Simply to ask people "why-the-dog?" with a mental issue might trigger or embarrass them, hence no asking why someone needs such an animal. Ditto, physical issues can be very personal hence a public place staffer can't ask why, for example, someone really needs a table close to a bathroom or a table with bright light.

Deal is any place like a museum or restaurant open to the public must provide "reasonable accommodations" for anyone with a disability. Opinions can vary for what is "reasonable" for any specific accommodation requested.

Lots of fun to read politely "no" people the fed "ADA" riot act. There are some unscrupulous people who make a living with ADA nuisance shake-down lawsuits so most public place managers do their very best to accommodate anyone asking for an accommodation.

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Feb 3·edited Feb 3

Love that one!

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Omg. I’m stealing that🥰🥰🥰

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In December, the substitute primary care physician said, "Please wear a mask. It's socially more appropriate." I pulled out the red Trump 2020 mask I'd been carrying around unused for three years, full of germs. To my delight, even though he assumed I didn't have covid because I said my husband had tested negative, and diagnosed a cold, a few days later I found out I DID have covid, for the first time in the whole 'pandemic.' That's an expert for you. An etiquette expert.

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A duet between a mask-wearing zealot and a medical freedom fighter. Listen to IT’S JUST A MASK. Subscribe to Turfseer’s Newsletter. https://turfseer.substack.com/p/its-just-a-mask

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Brilliant!

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I was planning to write new "bioweapon" lyrics to Tom Lehrer's public domain "The Old Dope Pedler" for my next County Supervisor's meeting. I'll give them a link to your mask song, too. Last time, I gave them a hard copy and had time in public comment to read aloud most of the poem "Mistakes Were NOT Made" at margaretannaalice's Substack along with some CDC VAERS charts 1986-2022.

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Right. On. 100%!!!!

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That is not an Orwell quote it is from

Pierre Joseph Proudhon Idée Générale de la Révolution au XIXe Siècle [The General Idea of the Revolution] (1851);

quoted in The Anarchists (1964) by James Joll, Ch. 3, p. 78

No thanks, anarchy is not acceptable in my book.

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What are the downsides of not having a ruler or rulers?

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I'm passing this on! Thanks for posting-it made my day!

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Awesome article!!!!

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The immovable man has awoken. He won’t go back to sleep until he’s fixed what’s broken.

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Wow. Just wow. Perfect. Passing this on to others. Thank you for posting!

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Fantastic! Millions are thinking and feeling the same way. Our day will come. It always does.

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Rise and Stand, thank you for sharing this.

I have shared it with about a dozen so far.

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Amazing article. I have someone new to read. Thank you!

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Excellent article. He speaks exactly my feelings and thoughts. Thank you ♥️

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Awesome! I passed it on!

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Excellent and true! Thank you!

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Excellent! Thanks!

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Bravo!!! 🎯🎯🎯🔥🔥🔥🎯🎯🎯

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And strong women tell men to get their crap together and be good leaders!

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Amen!!

Adam was created to ‘guard the Garden’. Eve was created to guard Adam and to remind him to guard the garden. She got her eyes on something that bedazzled her......and Adam was too busy trying to compete with that entity.....so they both failed. Men, guard what’s yours. Ladies, guard your precious husband. Together we can defeat the Lying Liar and run it out of the Garden.

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lol. Amen sister!!!!

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And LET strong men lead without constant nagging, degrading, and usurping.

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It’s truly horrible to watch. They’ve been doing that to men in sit coms since the 80s.

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Sure have. And Disney too...hardly ever a dad and mom raising a family together either.

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So I was thinking about my dad... he grew up in horrible poverty. Worked his butt off in school, got into wrestling (the real thing), got a scholarship to OSU and came out with a PhD in math. Then I thought of the every-kid-gets-a-trophy generation, who never had to work for a darn thing. When a person does not have any struggle, they have no reason to fight to get better and overcome bad times. I suspect a whole lot of people are in for some serious real-world education here.

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I agree. When you work for something you also value it and yourself.

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Feb 2·edited Feb 2

We completely agree!!!! Bad times havent happened yet to create strong men.

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AMEN - the "Greatest Generation" (my parents) knew poverty and knew TRUE FREEDOM as well. Many DIED to preserve that freedom...and now our "entited and spoiled" 4th generation AFTER the Greatest One have NO CLUE what it takes to live a life that is productive and honoring our Creator God. Reading the Bible and prayer was thrown out of our public school system in my lifetime and I have seen the rise of "secular humanism" as a doctrine - where "every person does what is 'right' in their own eyes" - LYING, CHEATING, STEPPING ON ANOTHER PERSON'S GLORY are "rules of the game of life" now--I see this morally degrading doctrine afoot in the business world - where I have operated for most of my 77 years. It is despicable and degrading and I don't enjoy "playing that game"!! I do it to earn the few ducats that I do--but I won't participate in their "non rules" modus operandi!! I want to LIKE who I look at in the mirror each morning!!

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They never cared about a trial. They just used the impact of allegations and “prosecution” (persecution?”) to sell the story. They’ve sold the story already so who cares about the rest.

In fact, a trial would reveal the intelligence-planned insurrection and how the ruling class mafia created the event out of thin air. The question still lingering for me is whether or not Trump is also an actor in the great play.

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Yes, I sometimes suspect he has “made a deal “with both big Pharma and the financial industry. Also he seems to have stayed away from recognizing the whole censorship industrial complex, ie our 3 letter agencies.

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And so what does that make him? A yelling, fist shaking politician who says a lot of gratifying things about the Swamp, the border, foreign policy but who is content with the destruction of the American people. To me that means “he’s in on it.”

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It does make you wonder. He is definitely not my Superman!!!

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At the end of the day, there might be as much as a 1,000 comments or likes at C & C each representing a person. A 1,000 people who would do what this country desperately needs. These 1,000 could replace all of Congress, the Presidency, Heads of the agencies, FBI, CDC, FDA, CIA, NSA.

Instead, speaking as an Oregonian where the majority will support Grandpa, because he's safe and effective. To make matters worse, we have two Republican milk-toast Republicans, that are pathetically weak and adaptable to the swamp's "this is how things are done".

As far as Kotex Hotex, looking forward to day his wife throws him out of the house for injecting their daughter with poisons giving her a terrible life afflicted with severe autism.

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I say all the time, take 5 regular working class people and they could solve all the issues in America. We are where we are bc of politicians.

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If one has come far enough into the unraveling of how our world is run, and one is able to step outside of the matrix, it’s not only possible to believe that most of what we’re presented with is staged, it’s likely.

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Exactly! People ask what can you do and my answer is move to the county, get out of debt (if you can ), learn how to grow you own food or go to farmers markets, become more self sufficient. We have control over that.

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Voting:

✔️Most is staged.

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Psyop within a psyop.

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Aka the usual.

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This question keeps me up at night.

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As the great bard said, “all the world is a stage”. Of course Trump is, as are we all.

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Not what I meant.

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I’ve always wondered about the book of James chapter 1, where it says, be joyous when you experience trials. Now I understand that completely.

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My long time pastor always said "Happiness comes from HAPPENINGS, but JOY comes from the Lord!" Works for "moi"!!

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Count it all joy, good and bad alike. Not easy but possible.

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And then there's always this quote from I believe from Thomas Paine: "These are the times that try men's souls"

Life on this "orb" truly is CYCLICAL - and best to have a "good governance slate" on the FRONT burner--which we have not had in this country for decades (prior to #45).

PRAY, KEEP YOUR LAMPS TRIMMED...AND WATCH JEHOVAH JIREH WORK!

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The Fourth Turning is inbound like a freight train and still accelerating. (Excellent book if you haven’t read it). Buckle up, babay 😎

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Totally agree. Bad times hasn’t started yet.

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I’m hoping we’re in the “bad times create strong men” phase. Seems so

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I pray these are bad times but I don’t think so. I think we are about to be bad times create strong men. Time will tell.

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Thanks!

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Is there anything at Harvard that isn’t fake and Gay? Claudine still keeps her $900,000/year professor job. The head of DEI and Cancer institute also caught plagiarizing.

The Harvard Corporation is full of compromised Obamassars who won’t hold anyone accountable or stop the rot: https://yuribezmenov.substack.com/p/how-to-get-into-harvard-gay-bobo-corporation

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"Obamassars" ... gonna plagiarize that term, for sure!

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"gonna plagiarize"

Don't ever let anyone tell you you're not Harvard material.

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LOL!!!!

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🤣😆

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😂

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: )

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Feb 2Liked by Jeff Childers

The point is to precisely to rot, collapse and decompose it all. They all knew Gay was lame and was bought and paid for like an actress in a movie. Nothing can be built until the death and decomposition of the old. https://ariaveritas.substack.com/p/claudinius-gayus

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Less ‘like an actress in a movie’ and more like ‘a whore on the street’ (and about as intelligent as either)

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Lol

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That commet is insulting to actresses and whores.

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Ashes to ashes, dust to dust!

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Feb 2Liked by Jeff Childers

And the head of the Harvard department for “ bodies left to science” was arrested for selling body parts.

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yeah, that story disappeared really fast.

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It’s seriously unbelievable and disgusting! What a garbage university. Hopefully, their financial support and student enrollments are plummeting.

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Turn that place into holding cells for the illegal invaders until we send them packing

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Already are. I believe they call them "student visas," which will be overstayed or converted to take jobs from our own.

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I agree!

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Heard rumors NObummer may be tapped as Harvard prez. Wouldn’t THAT be rich

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Wonder if his thesis (if he wrote one) would stand the scrutiny. He may have even purchased his term papers—before the days of software that detects plagiarized material.

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Probably would not, Mary Ann. But now Harvard is so disgraced, it’s really the PERFECT place for the 1st DEI president who is also a demonic disgrace himself

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I'm sure you're aware...it's not just Harvard and it's not a new thing. It was happening at a southern State university over a decade ago when I was in a PhD program there. Obama himself is a symptom of this.

Been saying it for a while now: "expert" is going to become a pejorative. It may already be one. Gay losing the Harvard battle was a definite sign the "experts," aka the grifter class, are losing. It was only a matter of time. 30+ years of affirmative action and academic results being intentionally biased to match left/liberal political views was bound to implode. I am somewhat surprised it took as long as it did.

The battle is over what universities stand for. Is it finding the truth or is it "effecting social change?" You can't have both. "Social change" is based on untruth. Unfortunately, the institutions entrusted with finding the truth have chosen "effecting social change" for the last 30+ years. In doing so, the "experts" facilitated all of crime and hardship we're seeing now.

The list is long and affects people very personally. Now, it's clear the "experts" are robbing people, poisoning people, killing people, and castrating people's children. All based on fraudulent, biased, and sometimes outright manufactured "data" and "research" that somehow always points to "more drugs" and "more government" as the solution to whatever issue they "study." I fail to see how this could end well for them.

My guess: the backlash has only just begun and it's going to get ugly. It's going to wipe out entire (illegitimate) fields of "academic" study and redefine what an "expert" is in our society. Thanks to the covid scam, the vast majority have started to figure out that the "experts" are actually con artists. But, they haven't put the pieces together yet as to 1) just how broad this con is and 2) what that means for their own lives.

Once you see one con, you start to see them all. And once people start to do that, look out.

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"expert" is going to become a pejorative. It may already be one.

"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts" – Richard Feynman

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What’s hilarious is the guy investigated by James Okeefe is also a “Harvard graduate”. LOL

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It will take the withdrawal of all alum cash, and parents refusing to send their offspring there. Then, perhaps they could turn their empty buildings into housing for the homeless....

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the cash is their key.

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take that away, and the uni "experts"are locked out

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All that is needed are Ivy League credentials , the right skin color, preferred sexual orientation and an offshore bank account, and you too can be the President or chief DEI officer of a prestigious, overpriced, indoctrination institution.

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Feb 2Liked by Jeff Childers

Happy first day of Spring, according to old Celtic calendars. :) My groundhog is not out today, but the opossum is (yes, both really live in my yard). He says it is spring.

I trust nothing from Harvard, and they truly have shamed themselves. I would not go to school there if it was free.

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Feb 2Liked by Jeff Childers

Our lazy groundhog didn't bother to emerge today; however, the snow is melting at an alarming rate here on the Keweenaw Peninsula and the neighborhood Great Horned Owl is hooting in the pre-dawn hours looking for some love.

Our annual sled dog race is looking dicey at this point.

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Peeper frogs and Meadow Larks here.

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Your post motivated me to find out where the Keweenaw Peninsula was. Wow!! Such beauty! I love driving vacations and the Peninsula is now on my short list. Someone posted a photo of a sign memorializing the record snowfall on of '78-79 of over 30 feet (and 54 year average snowfall over 20 feet!). I’ll definitely be planning an early summer trip in that case!

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If you can, fall is definitely our most beautiful season (well, I love winter) but the first week of October, generally, is when the colors are the best.

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Thanks for the tip! Fall was definitely on my mind — my favorite season!

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Your opossums are right🤣🤣🤣

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Not here in Montana, we have at least two more months of winter…..

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We were 71 in southern NM yesterday which is pretty unusual, so I’m w/ Punxsutawney Phil for an early spring

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Groundhog Day, among the top three films ever made.

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Totally agree! When someone suggested it had a deeper spiritual message than most people realize, I laughed at first, and then started THINKING…hmmmmm! 🎯🎯🎯

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I’m visiting in Az & it was 72 & beautiful yesterday. Plus today rain, which is always welcomed in the desert 🌵🥰

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Yes, AZ native here & there’s nothing like the desert smell of rain-washed creosote 😊👃🏻🌵

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petricor

is that smell

love it

here in N Az as well

even though we have no creosote

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Yes, I miss it terribly. We have some creosote here but either not enough or it’s different & doesn’t smell as strong

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I’ve noticed a whole lot of road kill lately. The animals know....too bad they get squashed in the process!

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Poor little guys. That always makes me sad. I have a lot of it, too, because of the nature preserve near the house.

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But the vultures gotta eat too ;)

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THAT could be the headline for 2023– or for the last 3.5 years.

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Yes indeedy--becuz vultures get a real bad rap--when they're just doin what's right and good--just like those of us who refused to poison our own blood

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You are correct! Yeah, everyone's gotta eat! :)

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Agree. No thank you! Cool about the Celtic first day of spring

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Apparently it is free for those who have had their college loan debt relieved. 🙃

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My porch possum came back a few nights ago.

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Imbolc, I think?

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It is. And if I can stay awake, I'll be celebrating it. :)

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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Plagiarism is the sincerest form of incompetence and fraud.

PhD - Phony high Degree

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Can i use that?

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I see what you did there. 🙂 Send checks and money orders to.......copies not accepted.

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I'll just use it and when caught get promoted; crafty brazen cheating is as good as smarts and hard work. Honesty is an obstacle

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I always heard it was “Pile it Higher & Deeper”

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When will the VA finally admit about the harm the covid shots can cause?

A VA doctor notified the CDC about safety signals being triggered 6 months after the shot roll out.

Six months. Read it again.

Possibility of myocarditis after the 1st Pfizer shot.

VA and the CDC kept silent.

VA still forced their employees to get the shot because of the federal government mandate.

VA never warned veterans that they could possibly be harmed.

The Epoch Times got the information from FOIAs.

At what point, do we call this genocide/democide?

https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/exclusive-veterans-affairs-found-safety-signal-for-pfizer-covid-vaccine-never-disclosed-it-5561709?welcomeuser=1

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The CDC had similar data about the risks of myocarditis in young recipients of the jabs, but sat on it, worried that such information might "cause fear" in the public.

Knowing that my government and its pharma paymasters are trying to kill my kids might cause fear? Naaahhhh.

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They weren’t worried about causing fear!! They we worried about the money!!

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Yeah I could care less about Harvard. I wanna see jail times or worse for the CDC NIH fauchi etc etc!!!!

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Public hanging would not be harsh enough, IMHO.

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We could put them in Fauci beagle study. A very slow, painful death and I think Fauci sewed their mouths shut or did something to their vocal cords so the scientists wouldn’t have to hear the cries.

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It's coming.

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Christy, I think you meant you could NOT careless about Harvard. Am I correct?

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I grew up thinking it was really creepy and gross that people used to attend public hangings. I start to get the point --to say nothing of the deterrent-factor from watching someone struggle as he strangles. If his neck had not been broken.

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Ditto putting heads on spikes at town gates until the bones fall off. Deterrence 101.

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You are correct Dean; it’s could NOT care less.

For saying you ‘COULD care less’ means you have not yet hit the lowest rung of your caring ladder.

Just one of my silly pet peeves along with the switching of “then” and “than.” 😉

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You are correct...

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The VA is a whole other can of worms. Rotten, dead and toxic worms.

We had my “dad” (term used loosely) for the final 8 mo. of his Jerry Springer life. He was a vet. My interaction with the VA, while many individuals were helpful and kind, the BIG MACHINE / red tape / government end of it was horrible.

They purposefully try your soul in every way possible with regards to getting seen, getting money, getting help. They talk a good game but pass you off to the next and the

next person where you have to tell your whole sordid story every single time you get on the phone or send an email. Every day is Groundhog Day. (Of course, I live in N. GA and doing anything close to downtown ATL is multiplys your headache exponentially!)

Eventually they promised us $16,000 for adding handicapped railings, redoing our home for his comfort and accessibility ramps, back pay, doctor visits, and just life. Believe me when I say, for 8 mo., that was nothing! Had we put him into a home, it would’ve been closer to $9000/WEEK so…

Turns out, if the vet dies before you get your promised check, all the back monies they promised becomes null and void. No one warns you of this. They cross their fingers and stall and stall and stall until the vet does and they wipe their hands of the matter the moment they find out.

All the HOURS spent on the phone with the admin of VA, at the VA, at the doctor, borrowing golf carts so you can take him from downstairs to upstairs and get him into the car, buying groceries and meds… POOF! It’s is just a part of your life you never get back and haven’t a penny to show for it. They don’t even care if you were unemployed the entire time.

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If you don't have PTSD before dealing with the VA, you will have it afterwards.

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That's actually true of the entire medical experience

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TRUTH! I tend to be sort of Pollyanna-ish, happy like Tigger but this was diabolical. It brought out the “going postal” worst in me. It became SO obvious that they intentionally drag their feet, asking the SAME meaningless questions day after day, that they cross their fingers and pray the vet will die before they ever make a payment. Let me tell you, at the time, we probably spent $20,000 in the 8+ mo. he was in our home. I had been a stay home

mom with a little side hustle but I couldn’t really even do my side hustle with him there. Spending $20,000 caring for someone when your hubs is unemployed is no bueno. If I knew then what I know now, we would have placed him in a care home. THAT would have cost the government probably upwards of $32,000.

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Vets have gallows' humor by saying the VA's mission statements should be:

"Deny. Deny. Until they die."

Or: "Giving veterans one more chance to die for their country."

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One long-standing argument against single-payer healthcare in this country was the VA hospitals.

People want to believe the "free market" can self-correct. I do, I did. But after covid, I understand that the market has not been free, and has been corrupted.

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THIS is the honest truth! Well, it wasn’t so

much that they denied it, they just basically started over, every day. “Your name? Your vets name? When was he in the

navy?” Like they hasn’t had 46 calls from

me answering the same dang questions!

Then they finally told me yeah, y’all need to be paid $16,000 and more— back pay and whatever else you incur. They never breathed a WORD abt it taking forever and that you wouldn’t get it after

they

die.

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💯 exactly

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OMGosh... isn't that the truth. They just made mine worse.

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I agree. After all the sacrifices veterans have made dealing with the VA is like getting perpetually slapped and spit in the face.

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Indeed, it is.

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As a retired veteran it’s absolutely shameful how our troops are (not) treated. My father checked into a VA hospital was there less than 12 hours and passed. I’m certain there must have been a Nurse Kratchet doing everything in their power to kill him off before the shift change!! I’d rather put my own lights out than check into a VA hospital!!

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It’s heartbreaking. It goes along with all things vax/covid, J6 and everything else. I honestly thought we Americans weren’t perfect but we were the good guys. I never imagined we’d treat vets the way they treated my dad. But then, I never imagined they’d put 18 year old kids into jail for years for simply walking into the capitol, and I sure never imagined all the alphabet groups who are supposed to work FOR us, working against us.

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It’s times like these that try our souls. 😢

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When do we begin to call it genocide/democide? About three years ago when the carnage first began showing up and they doubled down on their safe and effective claims.

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But now they’re scrambling to “normalize” the coming explosion of cardiac, neuro & cancer that is currently speeding down the rails. And try to blame it on “climate change”, or meat (so they can transition us to bugs & artificial food & get rid of farmers everywhere), etc. They’ll NEVER admit it’s because of the jab, or them chem trails or all of the other poisons added deliberately to food, water, air, everyday products, etc

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They will use the next "pandemic" to cover the deaths caused by the covid shots. The deaths are REALLY increasing.

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Agree Alice. And probably blame the unvax’d again because it will predominately the vax’d being affected

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“*them chem trails” 😜

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Them chem trails, indeed! Funny like when we took our four year old grandson to see some farm animals. He looked around and said, "What in the Sam Hill?"

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Reminds me of the son of one of my brother's student pilots. The little guy had been hanging around his grandfather quite a bit, and one morning at breakfast he piped up and, shaking his head, said, "Never in all my born days!" His father said, "What do you mean, 'all your born days?' You're FIVE!" 😂🤣

Mrs. "the Knife"

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They're so cute, aren't they?

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Like a boss!

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😊

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😂

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Bring in a pathogen, then when the dust settles from the graves and abandoned buildings bring in millions to refill them

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What I can't get my head around is how elites think they can poison this world but somehow it won't affect them or their families.

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It's a planned iatrogenocide, so people will wake up to the fact that the medical system is as deadly as the media/college system is fake and Gay. Heard about the Medazolam end of life scandal yet? Euthanasia for anyone who'll cost the state money once they leave hospital.

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