Tuesday, September 29, 2020

McConnell: Left’s attacks on religion showing millions why we need Judge Barrett

Judge Amy Coney Barrett is the cure to the disease of people who believe that government is their deity and there is nothing higher than that. 


'Hannity' debate preview: Americans deserve answers to these questions

The mainstream media has been very kind to Joe Biden. That needs to change. 

Monday, September 28, 2020

Joe Biden says he got to the Senate 180 years ago

Time for another lie down in the basement, Joe.

7 shot to death and at least 42 others wounded over weekend in Chicago

The last weekend in September saw seven people shot to death and at least 42 others wounded in Chicago. The fatalities' ages ranged from 17 to 66. 

In addition a there were two fatal stabbings. A mother is suspected of repeatedly stabbing her 5-year-old daughter to death on the West Side. And on the North Side the body of a female stabbing victim was pulled from the North Branch of the Chicago River. 

Saturday, September 26, 2020

The Band- Don't Do It

The reason The Band is viewed as one of the founders of the Americana genre is that they don't just play, let's say, country, rock, or soul. They play all three and more. Here's a soul tune, or if you prefer, R&B.

When Marvin Gaye recorded this song, a Holland-Dozier-Holland composition, it was titled "Baby Don't You Do It." Which is the name of the tune. But for some reason the band trimmed the name to "Don't Do It."

Whatever the name, this rendition by The Band, from 1971, is fabulous.


Voters tell CNN: “The president is bringing us together,” “I think he’s doing a phenomenal job”

CNN wishes there was a seven-second delay on their network after these pro-Trump voters got past their screeners. 

Friday, September 25, 2020

MSNBC's Scarborough: "The Trump people are all over the place…Biden people are nowhere"

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough has noticed that President Donald Trump's ground game is much better than that of Joe Biden.

IL lt guv, a Madigan tool, says Illinoisans face a 20-percent income tax hike if "pension bailout" tax amendment fails

Illinois' income tax--keep in mind some states have no income tax--is a flat one per that state constitution. Springfield Democrats have approved an amendment to that document that will allow a graduated rates, or what the progressives are calling a progressive tax.

The Prairie State has been spending more than it takes in for a couple of decades now and the damage is apparent. Illinois regularly has a backlog of billions of dollars in unpaid bills. The Democrats' reward to the public-sector unions, generous pensions, have also wreaked a savage toll. Illinois' pension plans are among the most under-funded about the 50 states. And there is no way out of that hole under the current system. Breaking the mold there are three ways out. One is a federal bailout--not likely, in my opinion. Or a bankruptcy declaration. And a change in federal law needs to take place for that to occur. And finally, the best one, is an amendment to the state constitution that will allow legislators to lower pension payments. That's an amendment I'll back!

Those retirees earning modest pensions should be protected, in my opinion. 

Yesterday Illinois' lieutenant governor, Juliana Stratton, pressing the panic button, is warning residents that they face a twenty-percent income tax hike if the pension bailout amendment, which is what I'm calling it, fails at the ballot box in November. 

Stratton is a real peace of work. She defeated a rarity--a Springfield Democrat who worked with Republicans--in her Democratic state representative primary in 2016, That independent streak of her opponent, Ken Dunkin, was too much for Boss Michael Madigan, the state Democratic chairman and longtime statehouse speaker. Barack Obama, who was still president at the time, somehow found time, despite his voluminous other duties, to endorse Stratton in that primary. 

Illinois voters--vote "No" on the pension bailout tax. 

If Illinois politicians are ever given an unlimited budget--they will exceed it. 

Illinois has been losing residents every year since 2014. It's easy to understand why.

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Joe Biden again refuses to answer if he’ll pack the Supreme Court if elected

It looks like only the local media will pose hard questions to Joe Biden. Yesterday a North Carolina television reporter asked the Democratic nominee if he will pack the court with new justices on the Supreme Court. And again Biden refused to answer.

Two cops shot during Louisville protest

This is not a peaceful protest. 

From the New York Post
Two Louisville, Kentucky, police officers were shot Wednesday night in the city’s downtown amid protests after a grand jury did not indict cops in the killing of Breonna Taylor. 

The officers were shot around 8:30 p.m. near Broadway and Brook Street as residents took to the city’s streets after the grand jury’s decision was handed down earlier in the day, the Louisville Metro Police said.  
An unidentified suspect was taken into custody at the scene, but charges against them were not released.

Both officers suffered non-life-threatening injuries, said Robert Schroeder, the LMPD’s interim police chief.

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Don Lemon said the quiet part out loud, saying we're going to have to “blow up the entire system”

If there are riots soon--even tonight---we can blame CNN's Don Lemon.

As Kayleigh McEnany pointed out yesterday, in regards to the president naming his choice to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the Supreme Court, Lemonhead said if Donald Trump proceeds it would be time to "blow up the entire system."


Where's Hunter? Senate releases interim report on his Burisma dealings

Yes, where is Hunter?

From Fox News:

The Senate Homeland Security and Finance Committees on Wednesday released an interim report on their monthslong joint investigation into Hunter Biden’s role on the board of Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma Holdings and his alleged "extensive and complex financial transactions."
Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, said their investigation has “faced many obstacles” from Democrats on their committees and that executive agencies "failed to comply with document requests."
The chairmen added that "there remains much work to be done" in their probe. Hunter Biden is the son of the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. His work background played a starring role in the Trump impeachment efforts earlier this year. He and his father have denied any wrongdoing related to his work.
The 87-page report stated that Obama administration officials "knew" that Hunter Biden's position on the board of Burisma was "problematic" and that it interfered “in the efficient execution of policy with respect to Ukraine."

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Sen. Hirono insists court packing "long overdue," to be discussed "if the Dems take back the Senate"

Joe Biden won't answer the questions about "court packing," that is, adding more Justices to the US Supreme Court, clearly to tip the balance on the Court for the liberals. 

But Sen. Mazie K. Hirono (D-HI) says that court packing is "long overdue" and it will be discussed "if the Dems take back the Senate."


(Video) When asked if voters have a right to know who he'd nominate to SCOTUS, Biden Claims, "No they don't"

The national media is protective of their preferred candidate for president, Joe Biden. Which is why it's up to the local media to ask the questions that CNN, MSNBC and their ilk won't. Yesterday when asked by a reporter from Today's TMJ4 News, a Milwaukee program, if voters hand the right to know who Biden would appoint to a Supreme Court vacancy, the Democratic nominee replied, "No they don't."

As he did in 2016 when he was a candidate, President Trump has released the names of the men and women he would nominate to SCOTUS. Keep in mind the most recent list was issued before the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Monday, September 21, 2020

Sen. Cruz: "That's what presidents do, if there's a vacancy, they make a nomination"

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is right. "That's what presidents do, if there's a vacancy, they make a nomination."


Nine killed and at least 36 others shot over weekend in Chicago, there were three mass shootings

Yes, it was another bloody weekend in Chicago. During that time nine people were shot to death and at least 36 others were wounded. There were three mass shootings-over the weekend: Three people were wounded in Englewood and another three in Austin, and four were wounded in a mass shooting in West Englewood. 

Sunday, September 20, 2020

From Da Tech Guy: Questions the mainstream media needs to be asking Biden

After suffering through CNN's love fest of a town hall with Joe Biden last week I have many questions that they should have posed to the Democratic nominee: Questions the mainstream media needs to be asking Biden

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Bob Dylan - Jokerman (Video)

Bob Dylan is the king of comebacks. And after a foray into religious music after his conversion to Christianity in the late 1970s he reinvented himself for his Infidels album. Here's one of the best tune from that 1980s effort, "Jokerman."

President Trump on the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: "She was an amazing woman"

While the "Tiny Dancer" music from Elton John certainly diminished the moment, President Trump had this to day last night about the passing of Associate Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, ""She led an amazing life...She was an amazing woman, whether you agreed or not...I am sad to hear that." 


Friday, September 18, 2020

Trump has already announced potential SCOTUS picks, Biden has not

Today Associate Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died of cancer at her home. She was 87.

Rest in peace.

As he did in 2016, last week Donald Trump released a list of potential nominees to the highest court in the land. Meanwhile Joe Biden is resisting calls to do the same. Will that change because RBG's seat on the court is open?

Media ignore Kamala’s SUPER awkward admission on Late Night Show

Do you remember Kamala Harris' tough talk against Joe Biden this winter. 

Apparently she didn't mean it. She's a fraud. Where is the media on this?

CNN criticized for 'softball' Biden town hall

A few days ago former Bill Clinton White House staffer, George Stephanopoulos, hosted a town hall with President Trump--where he was asked tough questions. Over at another Democratic-compliant network, CNN, there as a town hall where Joe Biden was given softball questions.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Trump ad: Joe's Teleprompter

"Teleprompter Joe" can't think for himself. 

Do you want a person like that as president?

Two shot to death and 13 others wounded in Chicago Tuesday

While Mayor Beetlejuice keeps adding states to its quarantine list--one that no one obeys--the carnage continues in Chicago. Yesterday 15 people were shot--two fatally--in the city. Of the fatalities one occurred in Back of the Yards on the South Side and the other at the CTA el station at Morse on the North Side. 

Food tundra: Alaska village under lockdown loses only store in fire

In urban areas activists complain of "food deserts" in the inner city that don't have a grocery store. 

We have a "food tundra" in a small Alaska village because of lockdown politics. 

From Alaska Public Media:

The only store the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta village of Kasigluk burned down on the night of Sept. 10, leaving residents without a place in town to buy groceries, clothes, and other supplies. The community is locked down to prevent the coronavirus from spreading, which meant that Kasigluk couldn’t get help from nearby villages to fight the flames.

Dance party serves as protest against Anchorage mayor's lockdown

People on the right do things, well, right. When conservatives protest we don't block traffic, scream in the face of people, and allow things turn violent.

Other than the abysmal (in my opinion) choice of tunes, this expression of First Amendment rights was ideal. 

From Must Read Alaska:

It’s not every day you witness a conga line forming in the middle of a political demonstration, but that’s what happened Tuesday evening at the Loussac Public Library. 
Two dozen protesters gathered outside the Assembly Chambers at the Loussac and threw what can only be described as a political dance party. The demonstration was in direct defiance of the recent emergency order (EO 14 v.2) signed by Mayor Ethan Berkowitz on Aug. 28, which restricts “loud or amplified” music and indoor/outdoor dancing. Using the greatest dance hits from the ’80s and ’90s as their soundtrack, protesters turned the library entrance into their makeshift dance floor. 
People of all ages participated in the protest, as many performed the Macarena, Electric Slide, Boot Scootin’ Boogie, Footloose, and the ever-popular YMCA. Some were sporting bare feet, others were in socks. They shouted and cheered, and some carried signs of protest.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

(Video) The coverup continues: Biden campaign mgr refuses to deny that Biden uses a teleprompter in interviews

Earlier today Jen O'Malley Dillon, Joe Biden's campaign manager, refused to deny to a Politico reporter that her boss does not use a teleprompter during interviews. 

This is the second time in less than a week that a top member of the Biden-Harris campaign dodged questions about Biden's relying on a teleprompter while being interviewed. 

Say what you will about President Trump--but he speaks from the heart. And yes, sometimes his gut.


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Dem CA gov to POTUS: "I want to thank you…This may be a record that that the state's received"

Watch as California's governor, Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, praised President Donald Trump for his assistance as wildfdlowers devestate the state.

Monday, September 14, 2020

Bloody Chicago: Part: 2 Chicago’s Bloody Labor Day Weekend 10 Dead, 41 Wounded in Shootings 2020

Victor Maggio covers the rest of the violent Labor Day weekend in Chicago, paying a lot of attention on the murder of an eight-year-old girl on the South Side in a drive-by shooting.


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11 killed and at least 42 wounded in Chicago over weekend

It's been a month since Chicago has been hit by widespread looting and rioting. But the shootings continue at a high rate. 

Over the last weekend 11 people were shot to death and at least 42 others were wounded. 

Looking back at the summer, Second City Cop did some calculating. From Memorial day through Labor Day there were 3.26 homicides per day and and 15.29 people were wounded per day.

Sunday, September 13, 2020

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - Boulder To Birmingham (Real Live Roadrunning)

Here are two greats, Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris, performing one of the latter's most-beloved songs, "Boulder to Birmingham."

Part: 1 Chicago’s Bloody Labor Day 2020; 10 Dead, 41 Wounded in Shootings Bloody Chicago:

Victor Maggio of Bloody Chicago was out and about all over the city during Labor Day weekend. 

It was a a bad one--10 shot to death and another 41 wounded. Lots of great stuff here. 

Vic even gets confronted, sort of, by an eccentric woman in a wheelchair while in his Ford while covering the carnage. 

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Friday, September 11, 2020

Bahrain and Israel to normalize relations

More #Winning from President Donald J. Trump. And on September 11, no less. 

From the Jerusalem Post:

Bahrain has joined the United Arab Emirates in striking an agreement to normalize relations with Israel, President Donald Trump said on Friday, a dramatic move aimed at easing tensions in the Middle East. 

Trump tweeted out the news after he spoke by phone to both Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the White House said. 

Trump also tweeted: "Another HISTORIC breakthrough today! Our two GREAT friends Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain agree to a Peace Deal – the second Arab country to make peace with Israel in 30 days!" 

"This is a historic breakthrough to further peace in the Middle East," the United States, Bahrain and Israel said in a joint statement.


Biden press sec refuses to answer on Biden’s teleprompter use: "You can’t answer the question"

Joe Biden's smug turd of a press secretary, TJ Ducklo, spoke with Fox News' Bret Baier yesterday. 

Baier asked Ducklo if the 77-year-old Democratic nominee used a teleprompter at a Michigan appearance. Before Biden answered a question, apparently referring to a teleprompter, the former vice president said, "Move it up here." Video clip is here.

Ducklo couldn't refused to answer Biden's query and instead attacked Baier and the Trump campaign.

Rudy Giuliani reflects on being New York City Mayor on 9/11

Rudy Giuliani remembers September 11, 2001. 

Never forget!


Thursday, September 10, 2020

Tucker: President Trump wants US troops out of the Middle East

The president is supporting the troops by bringing them home.


Biden can’t remember how much his plans cost: “Whatever the number was”

Joe Biden in an isolated interview was asked how much his government spending plans will cost. 

 He says here, "Whatever the number was."


Wednesday, September 09, 2020

Delaware women accused of stealing MAGA hat indicted on robbery, hate crime charges

The tables are turning in the fairness field. From Fox News:
Two Delaware women accused of stealing a MAGA hat outside the Democratic National Convention were indicted Tuesday on charges including second-degree robbery and felony hate crimes. 
Olivia Winslow and Camryn Amy, both 21, were indicted by a grand jury on charges of second-degree robbery, second-degree conspiracy, endangering the welfare of a child, third-degree assault, attempted third-degree assault, offensive touching and felony hate crimes, Delaware Online reported. 
Three of the charges are felonies, and the two women could spend a total of 15 years in prison, according to Delaware Online. Winslow and Amy are out on bail, a spokesperson for Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings told Delaware Online.

NBC News contributor: Dems "should have their hair on fire" with growth for Hispanic support for Trump

Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, an NBC News contributor, on Morning Joe today said that Democrats "should have their hair on fire" because of growing support among Hispanics for President Trump.

Video: BLM protesters harass elderly couple eating lunch

Exactly how does screaming at people--with a bullhorn--in their ears advance the cause of racial harmony? Does swigging someone else's beer change minds?

What about minimizing the spread of germs?

The Daily Wire has more.

Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Harris reverses herself on fracking ban

Joe Biden has been joined by his running mate, Kamala Harris, in flip-flopping on banning fracking.

Now they favor it. They also favor winning the state of Pennsylvania, where fracking is a major industry.

They are such hypocrites.

Oregonian replaces "mostly peaceful protest" with "mostly calm"

The left-wing media is a stubborn lot. For the most part, in their efforts to minimize the violent protests and riots by people they sympathize with, they've been calling such incidents "mostly peaceful" for years. 

Such artful wordplay goes back to the occupy movement. "Mostly peaceful" has largely been dropped by the most of the media--but only after repeated ridicule on social media platforms such as Twitter and Parler. #MostlyPeaceful is a popular hashtag used by conservatives in posts about rioting.

Today, in describing a Sunday violent gathering in Portland the Oregonian devised a new term, "mostly calm." 

They're persistent, that's for sure.

They're also losing audience and paying customers. Why not focus instead on simply reporting the news?

Related post of mine at Da Tech Guy: 

Monday, September 07, 2020

Kimberly Klacik: My chances of winning congressional race get better every day

Baltimore is a mess and one reason for that is like most big cities it suffers from one-party rule. Kimberly Klacik, a Republican running for Congress in Maryland's 7th District, hopes to block the stranglehold.

Saturday, September 05, 2020

The Band - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Thursday night I watched the documentary Once Were Brothers--Robbie Robertson and the Band on Hulu. Great stuff although I thought the film was a bit easy on the moribund middle period of these groundbreaking musicians. Although drug abuse by some of the other members of the Band probably contributed to those doldrums.

Another documentary of about the Band of course is the Martin Scorsese-directed motion picture The Last Waltz. Scorsese appears in this new rockumentary.

Here's a bit from that earlier flick with the Band performing perhaps their best-known song, and one that may end up being a victim of today's cancel culture, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down."

Chicago anti-violence group robbed of educational supplies, food, and computers

Here's a not-feel-good-story out of Chicago, which has many of these. 

From Fox News:
An anti-violence group in Chicago said it was robbed of educational supplies, including computers, a week before it planned to open classrooms to assist children with remote learning. 
Mothers Against Senseless Killings posted photos on its Facebook page Thursday showing ransacked makeshift classrooms, empty boxes and a wall where suspected robbers possibly gained entry. Snacks and diapers also were taken.
"People put a lot of work and thought into donating these things, collecting funds, shopping, unpacking, delivering, sorting. It's not the government, big companies or even the city donating," the post reads. "There is no insurance payout."

Friday, September 04, 2020

Salon owner joins Tucker, pushes back on Pelosi’s claim she was ‘set-up’

Erica Kious, the San Francisco salon order, responded on Tucker Carlson's show last night about the claim that her business, which had been closed for months because of COVID-19, "set up" Nancy Pelosi when she had her hair done, maskless, inside that salon.

This interview also presents a sad case of the harm the lockdown has dealt to small business.

From Red State: Where in the world Is Kamala Harris?

She has disappeared! From Red State: Where in the world Is Kamala Harris?

Jobless rate falls to 8.4 percent

Good news today on the recovering economy.

From CNBC:
Nonfarm payrolls increased by 1.37 million in August and the unemployment rate tumbled to 8.4% as the U.S. economy continued to climb its way out of the pandemic downturn.
The unemployment rate was by far the lowest since the coronavirus shutdown in March, according to Labor Department figures released Friday. An alternative measure that includes discouraged workers and those holding part-time jobs for economic reasons also fell, down to 14.2% from 16.5% in July and 22.8% at the peak in April.

Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had been expecting growth of 1.32 million and the jobless rate to decline to 9.8% from 10.2% in July.

“It’s another great day for American jobs and American workers,” Vice President Mike Pence told CNBC. Pence added that the job growth and the single-digit unemployment rate is “real evidence that the American comeback is underway.”

Federal agents kill man suspected of murdering Trump supporter in Portland

Local authorities clearly weren't up to the task of tracking this guy down. 

From AP:
A man suspected of fatally shooting a supporter of a right-wing group in Portland, Oregon, last week after a caravan of Donald Trump backers rode through downtown was killed Thursday as investigators moved in to arrest him, the U.S. Marshals Service said Friday.
The man, Michael Forest Reinoehl, 48, was killed as a federal task force attempted to apprehend him near Lacey, Washington, about 120 miles (193 kilometers) north of Portland. Reinoehl was the prime suspect in the killing of 39-year-old Aaron “Jay” Danielson, who was shot in the chest Saturday night, a senior Justice Department official told The Associated Press.
Federal agents from the FBI and the U.S. Marshals Service had located him on Thursday after a warrant was issued for his arrest, and Reinoehl pulled a gun during the encounter, the official said. The official wasn't authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity. 
A U.S. Marshals Service statement later said the fugitive task force “attempted to peacefully arrest him."

Thursday, September 03, 2020

Winning! Feds say Operation Legend responsible for 100 Chicago arrests

Law enforcement, because of leftists like Mayor Lori Lightfoot in Chicago and Crook County state's attorney Kim Foxx, is a sad joke in Chicago. But thank God for President Donald J. Trump and the federal government. 

From Fox Chicago:
Operation Legend, a national initiative to arrest and charge people for gun and drugs charges, has resulted in 102 arrests in Chicago so far, federal authorities announced Thursday.
Most of those arrests have been charged in federal court in Chicago, where 60 people face gun charges and 25 others faced drug charges. "The mission of Operation Legend is clear: reduce violent crime and save lives,"U.S. Attorney John Lausch, Jr. said in a statement.
Most recently, a man was charged with a gun offense for allegedly “straw purchasing” several guns in Indiana on behalf of a convicted felon in Chicago.

Video: President Trump arrived in Kenosha to tour site of riots & rebuild businesses

My video recording suffered from technical difficulties when I was in Kenosha Tuesday for President Trump's visit.

This video from Jon is better than anything I would have come up with.     

Related posts:

Kenosha post-riot photos

Photos from Kenosha on the day Trump visited that you won't see in the mainstream media

From CWB Chicago: Cook County electronic monitoring escapee charged with suburban home invasions, attempted murder

 More evidence of law enforcement malpractice of Cook County state's attorney Kim Foxx comes from CWB Chicago: Cook County electronic monitoring escapee charged with suburban home invasions, attempted murder.

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

But will he take live questions? Biden to visit Kenosha Thursday

Downtown Kenosha on Sunday
For the second time this week Joe Biden will emerge from his bunker. On Thursday he's headed to Kenosha, where President Trump visited yesterday.

My report from Kenosha that day is here.

Joe's trip north of the Cheese Curtain will include a community meeting. Will he take questions from attendees? Will he do something that he hasn't done in over a month--answer a live question from a reporter? He'll have plenty of opportunities to do so tomorrow as the Chicago and Milwaukee media had a heavy presence in Kenosha. There were plenty of national and international reporters there too. I can't imagine Thursday being any different.

C'mon man! Answer some questions. Live ones!

When was Joe Biden's last press conference? Exactly five months ago. And Biden took only four questions.

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Kenosha post-riot photos

After violent protest on his birthday outside his condo Portland's mayor says he's moving

Two night's ago leftist protesters started fires outside and broke windows at the condominium tower where Portland's Democratic mayor, Ted Wheeler, lives. Monday was Wheeler's birthday--and it was not a happy one as the Portland police again declared a riot.

Yesterday Wheeler apologized to his neighbors and said he's moving out.

Reacting to leftist violence is the oxygen that feeds the beast. Antifa and its allies will only be emboldened by the mayor moving to a new residence. And unless Wheeler resigns--which is what the radicals want--and moves far from Portland, the protesters will only track him down to his new home.

If the Biden-Harris ticket wins in November, what you see is a preview of what America will look like in a few years.

Biden rambles at rare public appearance when discussing COVID-19

There's a reason Joe Biden's handlers keep him locked up is his basement.

What ever he had before he's lost it. The spin is off his fastball.

Now Biden can't handle reading from a teleprompter. Perhaps it froze on him. Even so talking about the impact of COVID-19 isn't that mentally challenging for most people.

"COVID has taken this year, just since the outbreak, has taken more than 100 years… Look, Here's… The lives… It's just… I mean, think about it," is what Biden said at a rare public appearance, one where he took no questions, on Monday.

What Biden probably meant to say that COVID-19 is the worst pandemic since the Spanish Flu of 1918. That isn't true, the Asian Flu of the late 1950s was deadlier, but anyway, other than hatred of President Trump, why does Biden have any support?

Tuesday, September 01, 2020

Photos from Kenosha on the day Trump visited that you won't see in the mainstream media

One week after the worst of the rioting in Kenosha took place President Trump visited this Wisconsin city which is roughly half-way between Chicago and Milwaukee.

Here's just one picture that you won't see in the mainstream media. A woman of color with a Keep America Great Hat holding a "Thank you Trump" sign near the federal court house off of Sheridan Road, the scene of the worst rioting last week.

Trump 2020, No More Bullshit. That's all the profanity that I encountered from the Patriots' side today. The F-Bombs, the screaming, and the annoying chant from portable sound systems all came from the leftists.

I exited I-41/94 at 52nd Street. And what was I forced to drive behind? This MoveOn.org truck that reads "Reject Trump's violence." Huh? Joe Biden, in a rare public appearance Monday in Pennsylvania yesterday blamed the mayhem taking place in big cities, all with Democratic mayors, on the president. Antifa and Black Lives Matter are not Trump supporters. The only reason they're not 100-percent behind Biden is that most of Antifa are Bernie Bros.

Now take a look at this picture. That MoveOn.org van decided to park on the site of an automobile dealership that saw nearly it's entire inventory destroyed by arsonists.

This is not Trump's violence. It's the Democrats' violence.

Not a single Democrat has denounced Antifa unconditionally. None.

That's the roof of the car dealership. The signs read, "Where is our justice?

"What did our community do to deserve this?"

"Help needed! GoFundMe.com CarSource in Kenosha. God bless!"

Click here to contribute to CarSource's GoFundMe campaign.

"Trump saved Kenosha. Mr. President thank you."

I arrived around 11am. At that time most of the folks gathered on Sheridan Road were Trump backers. Then BLM showed up. The guy with the green hair and the woman in the mask were particularly rude.

The most powerful and dangerous fascists in America is Antifa. Nothing comes close. Do you hear that Democrats?

A few folks were selling BLM t-shirts. These Black Lives Matters shirts here, which read "Kenosha on fire," are in particular bad taste because as you've seen there was arson during the Kenosha riots.

Mangia Wine Bar closed this winter. But that doesn't make it okay to torch it. Oh, as I wrote in my Sunday Kenosha post, the artwork is part of a grass roots post-riot beautification project.

That's part of President Trump's motorcade on Sheridan Road.

As I also mentioned in that Sunday Kenosha post, black-owned businesses during the 1967 Detroit riots painted "Soul Brother" on their storefronts. This one chose to declare it's a "Black owned business." But did this establishment get looted anyway?

I'm sorry my liberal friends. The truth hurts. I didn't see any conservatives crudely protest against Barack Obama in such a way. That sign reads, "Dump Trump, flush the turd November 3rd."

Oh, very few of the Trump supporters, including myself, wore masks. Most of the leftists did.

Antifa is a fascist group that calls itself an anarchist organization. Pictured here is the anarchist flag.

This woman for Trump believes "Small government equals freedom."

So do I.

Two supporters of the president being interviewed by a reporter. I was most of the Chicago and Milwaukee media there, as well as AP, and reporters from Poland, Great Britain, and Russia.

How bad was the looting in Kenosha? Even the dollar stores got hit.

I shot some video but not only am I having issues uploading it. I'm in need of a decent and easy to use video software. And cheap. I only take videos occasionally.

Any suggestions?

Buh-bye for now from Kenosha!

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Kenosha post-riot photos

Eating their own: Leftists riot at Portland mayor's home on his birthday

Leftist revolutions always eat their own. Always. Ask Maximilien Robespierre. Or Leon Trotsky.

From the Daily Mail:
Protesters in Portland gathered outside Democrat mayor Ted Wheeler's apartment Monday night to 'celebrate' his birthday by letting off fireworks and singing 'happy tear gas to you'.

A fire was lit in the street outside the 58-year-old's apartment block in an upmarket area in the north of the city, as around 200 people gathered while blasting music, sounding horns, banging pots and pans, and playing drums.

Activists - some of whom were carrying balloons and wearing party hats - danced to the Macarena and were heard shouting slogans including 'Black Lives Matter.'

Police arrived around 11pm after fires were started in the street, declared the scene a riot, and ordered the demonstrators to leave, KOIN reported.

Chicago decline and fall links for September 1

A new month has arrived. Does that mean good news for Chicago?

Probably not.

Here are today's links to story about the descent.