I'm happy to trust the plan; sure hope there is one. It's not as if anything about Dem attempts to steal the election via ballot fraud wasn't easily predictable four years ago and ever since.
The Church has seen this before, and is also seeing it in other countries now. If going to any place where people may not wear masks bothers you, don't go there. If not, feel free to go there. Two weeks of bending the curve ended over six months ago. The quickest end to this is for everyone young enough and strong enough to survive it easily to stop worrying about getting it themselves, and just wear masks when protecting those of us old enough or with other medical issues. Even then, once you've had it and recovered, you can't infect us any longer.
If you'd like to make up your own mind about controversial issues, rather than only being spoon-fed leftist garbage by Google, change your default search engine. Either DuckDuckGo or Qwant is a much better choice and an easy fix in either Windows or Apple hardware.
At what point does the decision of the Michigan Supreme Court to cancel her abuse of power take precedence over whatever new idiocy she decides to impose today?
I remember that election. I was in Washington D.C. for a university work-related convention on Election Day, and noticed that the Nader fans marching in the streets were having more fun than anybody else. That evening all the educators were celebrating Gore's win, until he didn't, after which the mood in the room became positively funereal, and a month of political war over something called hanging chads that none of us had ever heard of before began.
Through it all, hatred of Nader was everywhere among Democrats. If only he hadn't run, they were sure Gore would have won, much as Bush Sr. partisans hated on Ross for Boss fans in 1992 even though at the time I saw no way Bush Sr. could beat Clinton, with or without Perot voters' votes.
Anyone offering opinions anyplace online other than on Gab.com should be sure to have a backup location for use in such times. For instance, Instapundit.com used to have a backup site Instabackup.com, for use when opponents would try to take them down.
Gab.com is a near-ideal site for such a backup, as all of Silicon Valley, working together for over four years has been unable to take it down.
That, of course, is also why those of us who see the value of sure a safe refuge donate to keep Gab.com online and growing.
Wow! Talk about trivializing the entire civil rights struggle!
Good thing there was video.
It will be interesting to find out who at the F.B.I. thought that this was any business of theirs, and make sure they are removed from any role having power to make such decisions.
One of our friends posted a leaving Facebook message today. I'm still in several useful discussion groups there, but have advised all of them to be finding another place to be before Facebook decides to disappear them without notice. Thus far, Gab.com looks like the best choice, as a way of ensuring they can't be disappeared again from their next home.
If I remember correctly, it was President Obama who separated those kids, and for good reason. Many of them were in the company of people they were not related to in any way genetically, and many of them had been raped along the way.
As for reuniting such kids with their real families, most of those families have now been tracked down and contacted, and as it turns out NONE of them are willing to accept their children back, all preferring to leave them in the U.S. - hoping someday to join them.
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