Category Archives: Trump

Truth Social

I’m now on Trump’s Truth Social which looks pretty good. Of course, since Musk bought Twitter there may be no need. But it’s sort of nice to have two platforms where the other side is heard.

Lyin’ Biden lies to Europe press

He repeated the “very fine people hoax,” blaming Trump for supposedly coddling neo-Nazis.

“As Breitbart News and others, notably cartoonist Scott Adams and political commentator Steve Cortes, have demonstrated for years, President Trump said he condemned the neo-Nazis “totally.“ When Trump used the term “very fine people,“ he was referring explicitly to peaceful protesters on either side of a dispute about the removal of a local confederate statue.

“The transcript of Trump’s remarks is clear: he said that when he referred to “very fine people,” he was talking about peaceful protesters, and “not talking about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally.”

Via Breitbart

The Ukraine debacle

Nevermind the Putin-Biden imbroglio over Ukraine, it’s the fallout that will hit us all. President Trump hits it head-on:

“Now it has begun, oil prices are going higher and higher, and Putin is not only getting what he always wanted, but getting, because of the oil and gas surge, richer and richer. The U.S. was energy independent under the Trump Administration, an independence that we had never obtained before, and oil prices would have remained low. Now, what a mess our Country is in!”

Oil producers everywhere, including Texas, will benefit from higher oil prices, but hardly anyone else. Interesting that through at least five other presidents we never had energy independence. Trump proved they could have done it. They didn’t.

Via Save America

UPDATE: “Putin couldn’t care less about Biden’s [economic] sanctions,” says National Review.

The magisterial presidency

One of Trump’s few blunders, in my mind, was his perpetuation of the magisterial presidency, which I despise. One of Lyin’ Biden’s best accomplishments, so far as I can see, is knocking the magisterial presidency down a few pegs. For once in a long while, many people are ignoring the president. Which is good. He’s not our king. Let him talk to his teleprompter.

Barr the skunk

“What I am is an American patriot appalled at what has become of my country,” writes PJMedia exec Roger L. Simon in The Epoch Times. “And a great part of the problem—in its very essence—are people like [former AG] Barr and [ABC News’] Karl and the dance they do together [in The Atlantic]…a kind of preservation/elevation ritual for the Deep State and all who profit from it…

“Now [Barr] and Karl are collaborating to bury Donald Trump—or trying to.”

Still waiting for that Durham report/indictments Barr ordered up? Probably, as Simon says, for 2060. Wait on, suckers.

Via The Epoch Times

Stumblebum

Slippery Joe’s stumble (three of them) on the steep stairs to Air Force One is a depth-perception problem of his dementia, not the wind as his idiot press secretary claimed. Of course she couldn’t mention his dementia, which will eventually hinder his teleprompter reading for speeches, too.

Interestingly, his stair-climbing problems may lead to a gentler, two- or three-level climb for future presidents. Trump used to say that he admired the way the youthful Bronco ran up and down the stairs, which Trump couldn’t do. We can suppose Harris will try to if she has to replace Pedo Joe before his term ends. Otherwise, the problem will be fixed somehow. Otherwise the stumblebum will keep it up.

Grieving

One of my favorite podcast hosts is Brian Smith of Grief2Growth and today he said something so generous I have to share it. He said about half the country is grieving the inauguration of Bozo Biden. Well he didn’t actually say the name of the inaugurated. That was from me. But at least 75 million and more feel cheated. Hence our grief.

Brian wove his sentiment into a discussion of grieving, which is of course his subject matter, mostly involving the death of our beloved, which in my case was my wife of 25 years, which is why I listen to Brian and his interviews about the Afterlife. Five years after Debra’s passing, I still get occasional waves of it. They aren’t overwhelming any more. But I have never fought them and with Brian’s continued help I never will. Grief is and will be my companion, until I see her again.