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celebrating rush's death is acceptable

friday, february 26th, 2021

Never forget the following: that the monsters openly celebrating Rush Limbaugh’s death are not Internet trolls, are not the dregs of social media. No, these are the same mainstream Democrats who want to rule over us.

[Full Title: "Celebrating Rush’s Death Is Acceptable to Media, Big Tech, Hollywood, Democrat Party".]

These wicked and vicious people enjoy verified social media accounts and social status. These godless people who brim with bitterness and hate, who feast off death as some sort of cosmic retribution against us, have been normalized and accepted and embraced by the establishment media, big tech, academia, Hollywood, and the Democrat Party.

Worse still, these are the people who want to rule over us… Not only those who openly hate us so much they celebrate our deaths, but those who accept and enable this hate.

Look at this. And this. And this. And this. There’s more out there. So much more that #RestInPiss trended on Twitter.

Of course terrible people are going to behave terribly. That’s not my point.

My point is that five massive American institutions that are desperately seeking to seize the power to rule over us, are literally dominated by those who openly celebrate our deaths, and do so only because they disagree with our politics.

Cop killers they mourn.

You and I, they want dead.

It is simply a fact that no one openly celebrating Rush Limbaugh’s death, who is saying the most vile and dishonest and cruel things, and doing so in public while his family, friends, and fans mourn, will pay any kind of social penalty within these five institutions.


Because within these five institutions, cherishing and wishing for our deaths is acceptable and desired behavior.

We can never allow ourselves to forget how vile and wicked and dangerous these people and their institutions truly are.

We can never allow ourselves to be fooled by the sheen that comes with sitting behind an anchor desk, the glitter of fame and stardom. We can never allow ourselves to be fooled by their empty proclamations about decency and humanity… It’s all a ruse, all gaslighting, all Vaseline smeared over a warped lens.

Allow me to be blunt...

We can never allow ourselves to forget that these people fucking hate us and want us dead, and that this is why they want to herd us into their government healthcare system, why they want us disarmed, why they want to defund the police, why they champion and fund and enable the domestic terrorists in Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

Let me tell you something,

If there was a red button that would magically give everyone who voted for Donald Trump incurable, stage 4 lung cancer, and you handed that red button to Don Lemon, Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden, Chris Cuomo, Rachel Maddow, Kamala Harris, Joy Reid, Jake Tapper, Chris Hayes, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Todd, AOC, the newsrooms of the Washington Post and New York Times, every big city teachers’ union, everyone at Facebook and Twitter, and every attendee at the Oscars, these godless fuckers would press that button ten times.

Once to give us the cancer, nine more just to be sure.

These people hate us.

They want us dead. And…

They want to rule over us.

Five major American institutions – the Democrat Party, the establishment media, education, big tech, and entertainment – all hate us so much they celebrate our deaths.

We can never-ever-ever allow ourselves to forget that.

© 2.18.2021 by John Nolte, "Breitbart".

A Day In The Life.

Up at 7a on Friday, it was 25° outside, coated with ice and snowing lightly from intermittent snow showers – had a couple smokes in the garage while the coffee brewed, did a finger-stick to check BSL (Blood Sugar Level, applied the CBD Hemp Ointment to my tailbone area in the very lower back, had simple toast for breakfast, and checked the weather and news.

Looks like we got 6-7" out there, judging by the way our snowplowing company finished-up. The massive Nor'easter is still moving up the coast, from the south, but is too far off-coast to do any more damage to us in the inland areas. Crap, there's another storm coming to the area Sunday and Monday. I had lunch, took 3 Gabapentin and fell asleep on the LR couch from 2:30p until 7p. Good snooze!

The snow finally stopped around 2p, as the Nor'easter moved up the coast and off to sea.Temps remained right around 32°, and hopefully, much of it will melt before the next storm(s) hit us again. I had dinner at 7:30, watched TV until 9:30, did the nightly Lantus DR, and unplugged for the day.

Awake at 7:30a on Saturday, to a cold 20° and bright sun, I fired-up the furnace to 77°, made coffee and had the last of the Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee with a couple smokes, in the warming-up garage. The oscillating heater in the garage works very quickly, while the office-sunroom computer warms-up and 40 million lines of code open and compile, and it's ready-to-use. I got a new 1lb bag of Hawaiian Kona Coffee from the chest freezer, and emptied it into the very collectible Square Starbuck's container, that Becky gave me 45yrs ago, for the 'fridge. Kona's a darker and heartier roast, and my preferred blend over the JBM. I love good coffee and am willing to pay the price for it.

After lunch, I grabbed a 4hr nap on the LR couch, and woke-up to watch the NASCAR xfinity Series Race at the Daytona Road Course. Watching those 3 ton behemoths run the same road course as the light, nimble IMSA Endurance Sports Cars, is laughable, but worth it. It's a wreck-a-minute. A fun race to watch.

After dinner, I switched to Fox News, did the nightly Lantus DR, and called it Yankee Doodle at 10:30p.

Do you remember 1971, and what you were doing way back then?

Up at 7:30a on Sunday, to a very bitter cold 6° and sunny day, so I fired-up the furnace from 70° to the usual 77°, made coffee, had a couple of smokes in the garage, took a BSL (Blood Sugar Level) sample for the records, and had a quick breakfast. I had to p/u an Rx from Rite Aid. After 2 loads of laundry, my left hip was still weak and hurting along with my tailbone. Natch. I laid on the couch, watched TV, had lunch and dinner, checked the weather for tomorrow's ***Winter Weather Advisory***, grabbed 2 hours sleep on the couch during the long NACAR Daytona Road Race, and called it quits at 10p.

Awake at 7a on Monday, I upped the heat, made coffee, had a couple smokes in the warming-up garage, a light breakfast and then the snow started, coming down very heavily. 5-6", easily. I stayed-in and enjoyed watching the snow, while doing paperwork and filing. My CPA called with a few questions about the packet of returned data I dropped-off at his offices, 10 days ago. I watched "American Pickers" all day, thru lunch and dinner, and by 10:30p, was ready for some sleep.

Up at 6a on Tuesday, unable to get back to sleep, I fired-up the furnace since it was a cold 24° outside, started coffee, did a finger stick to check my BSL, had Oatmeal & Res Raspberries for breakfast, and got on to the computer to try to get an appointment for a Covid-19 Frist Shot. I again tried Wellspan, PSU-Hershey and Walgreen's. All will either filled-up with vaccines for Second Shot, or out of vaccine for First Shot. It's been this way for 3-4 weeks. Terribly frustrating. I posted the "CP Show" thread to FR, and just relaxed.

Some of the snow and ice melted in today's 45° temps, and warmer days are ahead, but it will take months for the 15-20ft piles in the massive York Galleria parking lots. I posted the "Rush Memorial Show" thread to FR, had a 3hr snooze, lunch and dinner, watched Tucker on Fox News, did the nightly DR, and called it a day around 10:30p. Overdue haircut coming tomorrow morning.

Up at 5a, I couldn't get back to sleep, so I got up and made coffee, did a finger stick to check the BSL (Blood Sugar Level), and checked the weather and news on my HP SuperComputer. The forecast was for sun and 55°; heck, I'll take tat over what we've had for the past 3-4 weeks, anyday! After posting the daily "CP Show" thread to FR, I left at 9:15, mad two stops and got to my 10a haircut app't at 9:45, and they took me immediately. I was done and out by 10:05, and left for home. Lee stopped by to visit, and I got the daily "Rush Memorial Show" thread ready to post to FR, after he left.

I spent almost 2hrs on hold for a COVID-19 First Shot, for a nearby Wal-Mart loction in East York, and by 5p, was cut-off by the attempt to leave a voicemail, for a callnack. Shit.

By 6p, it was still 54°; outside and the snow kept melting; I'm not sorry to see it go. I've had enough snow and bitter cold, for this year. You? I had hot dogs & baked beans for dinner, dialed-in the news and weather, watched Fox News (minus Hannity crap) since nothing else worthwhile was on CATV. I bagged it early at 9p.

Up at 8a, I was already into a mild hypoglycemic Shock, as my BSL had dropped to 45, and I was sweating profusely, shaky and disoriented. I hurried downstairs, grabbed 2 apple juice bottles and drank them both, to get my Blood Sugar Level back up. I was going to go to the nearby Wellspan Stony Brook Labs, and get a long list of bloodwork done, for my new Nephrologist. Not today, as I'm still shaky and shouldn't drive. I'll go tomorrow. I had lunch, and grabbed 3-4hrs sleep on the LR couch.

After dinner, I watched Fox News until 11p, and unplugged for the night. Tomorrow starts another week here in the "Journal".

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