O, Brave New World! Or is it very new? We’ve seen this play before.
While the media and Democrats continue to gaslight President Trump, We the People should simply use our common sense to deal with any potential COVID-19 outbreak (or influenza outbreak, for that matter).
Two stories in the news form a curious juxtaposition. There’s the case of a rescued rat, purportedly female. We won’t delve into how one sexes a rat, but perhaps her sex is serendipitous to our juxtaposition–pertinent that she is a she and that she’s probably also pregnant, which may explain her unfortunate encounter with a too-snug sewer grating. [emphasis added to quotes]
If you think it’s beyond the pale that Michelle Obama wants to dictate what every child eats, you’ll need duct tape to keep your head from exploding when you hear about what the globalists plan for the meat industry.
ICE–Definition, verb (slang): To kill or murder.
ICER–Definition, noun (slang): One who ices, in other words, one who murders.
Have you heard about the drug Truvada? It was designed to treat AIDS patients, but a recent news article pointed out a much more controversial use: to prevent the transmission of HIV to men who have sex with men who carry HIV.
Today, Barack Hussein Obama II is taking a victory lap and daring the representatives of We the People to try to undo his “deal” with the president of Iran. There’s the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, above. Obama will make a deal with Rouhani, even if it gives him everything he wanted, including access to billions of dollars and (probably, eventually) nuclear weapons.
Can you take another post about Ebola? Just a few bits of new information and some commentary:
Catch Ebola from surfaces, upon which the virus can survive for nearly two months! We can also catch Ebola from sitting next to someone on public transportation, from airborne droplets, and even from toilet seats. We can catch Ebola not only from the seats, but also from simply being in the same restroom with, or after it’s used by, a person with Ebola, given the particulars of how our modern toilets so rigorously flush, sending aerosolized waste droplets flying. Isn’t THAT special?
Yes, that is a stuffed Ebola virus “toy” in the photo above. Isn’t he cute?