Drudge has always been a looney tune who believes in weather controlling machines, sex robots and the world is a simulation. But now the site is looney AND liberal.
Via NY Post:
It was the kind of story that would once have had Matt Drudge deploying font sizes that newspapers used to reserve for declarations of war. On Oct. 14, Twitter and Facebook blocked users from spreading a New York Post article alleging that Hunter Biden had brokered meetings between his father, then the vice president of the United States, and executives at a Ukrainian energy firm where the younger Biden held an $80,000-a-month sinecure. The Post’s article included photos of what appeared to be an exhausted and intoxicated-looking Biden in various states of undress.
Yet the controversy over tech companies restricting the spread of a story unflattering to the Democratic presidential contender was nowhere to be seen in the upper half of The Drudge Report — once the most coveted and agenda-setting real estate in right-of-center media. “RECORD TURNOUT ALARMS REPUBLICANS … BIDEN +7 GA,” screamed the top headlines on Oct. 15.
NY Times Simps For Iran “They’ve Always Maintained Their Nuke Program Is Peaceful While Chanting Death To America!”
These people are sick in the friggan head.
Via NY Times:
Iran’s top nuclear scientist, long identified by American and Israeli intelligence as the guiding figure behind a covert effort to design an atomic warhead, was shot and killed Friday in what the Iranian media called a roadside ambush as he and his bodyguards traveled outside Tehran.
For two decades, the scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was the driving force behind what American and Israeli officials describe as Iran’s secretive nuclear weapons program. His work continued after Iran’s push to develop a bomb was formally disbanded in 2003, according to American intelligence assessments and Iranian nuclear documents stolen by Israel nearly three years ago.
Via Fox News:
Stacey Abrams is holding weekly briefings for Hollywood managers, agents and entertainment executives on how they can best help Democrats win Georgia’s two Senate runoffs.
Abrams has frequently engaged the deep-pocketed, liberal industry during her efforts to turn Georgia from Republican control. She said this month she believed in the “power of celebrity to cut through the noise of politics,” The Hollywood Reporter reported.
The briefings begin Friday, with the Jan. 5 runoffs 39 days away.
…you go to jail for that in China? I thought that was normal.
Via NY post:
Six people have been jailed in China after tracking down the families of accident victims and tricking them into donating their loved ones’ organs — so they could make big bucks on the black market, according to reports.
The group, which included four doctors who worked in organ procurement in hospitals, harvested livers and kidneys from 11 recently-deceased patients at a hospital in Anhui province between 2017 and 2018, according to the BBC, citing local reports.
The black market opportunists would often seek out the families of car crash victims or patients with severe brain damage because their bodies would be healthy otherwise, The Sun reported.
The former head of intensive care at Huaiyuan County People’s Hospital, Yang Suxun, would then persuade a patient’s family to sign bogus donation consent forms — and the organs would be illegally harvested in the middle of the night in a van disguised as an ambulance, according to the BBC.
The article says this happened in a Zoom call, but the texts are clearly a group iMessage conversation. Who cares? It’s their private talk.
Via Daily Voice NJ:
Homophobic comments posted in a Zoom chat among Dumont High School teachers has parents, students, graduates and other educators fuming — and district officials investigating.
Mayor Andrew LaBruno said he’s contacted Schools Supt. Emanuele Triggiano, “who has assured me that this incident is being taken seriously and will be thoroughly investigated.”
Via NY Post:
A former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo said her ex-boss has relapsed back into the “snarling attack dog” that New Yorkers know all too well — following the plaudits he received for his performance at the daily press briefings during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alexis Grenell unloaded on Cuomo in a withering column in The Nation titled “The Collapse of the Cuomosexual” — the moniker adopted by fans of the governor.
She was Cuomo’s deputy director of intergovernmental affairs when he was state attorney general.
“The Andrew Cuomo New Yorkers know and mostly tolerate, the snarling attack dog who gaslights fellow Democrats and deploys staff to call his female critics ‘f—-g idiots,’ dropped down to Earth last week. It was a hard landing after a long-distance love affair with a fanbase in a galaxy far, far away,” said Grenell, a media and political consultant.
Guy should run for head of the DNC at this point.
Via NY Times:
In this past year of change, my mind and heart have overflowed with people. People I think of and pray for, and sometimes cry with, people with names and faces, people who died without saying goodbye to those they loved, families in difficulty, even going hungry, because there’s no work.
Sometimes, when you think globally, you can be paralyzed: There are so many places of apparently ceaseless conflict; there’s so much suffering and need. I find it helps to focus on concrete situations: You see faces looking for life and love in the reality of each person, of each people. You see hope written in the story of every nation, glorious because it’s a story of daily struggle, of lives broken in self-sacrifice. So rather than overwhelm you, it invites you to ponder and to respond with hope.
Adam Skelly, who owns Adamson Barbecue, is being charged with one count each of attempting to obstruct police, mischief, failing to comply with a continuing order and failing to leave when directed.
The restaurant was seized by the Toronto Police Service early this morning, the locks were changed and all persons were restricted from access to the premises, said Toronto Police Superintendent Dom Sinopoli in a press conference late Thursday afternoon.
Toronto began a four-week lockdown this week amid an exponential rise in Covid-19 cases and as ICUs near capacity. All dining, non-essential shopping, salons and gyms have been ordered closed. And on Thursday, Toronto’s mayor told CNN he wasn’t ruling out an extension of the lockdown to last through Christmas and New Year’s.
Via NY Post:
Consider your scaled-back family Thanksgiving a test run.
White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci says Americans won’t be able to celebrate the end of the COVID-19 pandemic until after Christmas and New Year’s — even with vaccines posed for mass-distribution.
“For my own family, I’m saying we had a really great Thanksgiving and Christmas last year. We’re looking forward to a really great Thanksgiving and Christmas in 2021,” Fauci told USA Today. “Let’s now make the best of the situation and show our love and affection for people by keeping them safe.”
Drug company Pfizer last week submitted a vaccine application to the Food and Drug Administration after seeing 95 percent effectiveness in clinical trials. But the FDA scheduled a review meeting for Dec. 10, delaying distribution of millions of doses amid a nationwide surge in infections.
Black Friday shoppers were forced to wait a little bit longer than planned outside a Florida Walmart Friday morning after a tractor-trailer exploded and caught on fire in the parking lot, according to reports.
A sheriff’s deputy at the Brooksville Walmart heard an explosion just after 5 a.m., when the store was set to open for Black Friday shoppers, according to the New York Post. The deputy was at the location to help with crowd control in case of a rush of deal-hunting shoppers, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.
Overnight many businesses on Hawthorne Blvd. in southeast Portland were defaced with BLM, antifa & other far-left messages. Antifa earlier this week gave instructions on how to scout out & attack locations for Thanksgiving. #antifa pic.twitter.com/zCFAkPvvAU
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) November 26, 2020
Yes, settlers massacred Indians. Indians massacred settlers. Indians massacred Indians. It’s called history. So they don’t want to celebrate a celebration of coming together, where there was actually cooperation? So dumb.
Via NY Post:
Vandals went on an anti-Thanksgiving and anti-colonial crime spree in several US states, smashing and defacing storefronts and toppling a war memorial overnight Thursday.
At least 10 businesses in Portland, including a Chase Bank and the New Seasons Market along Hawthorne Boulevard, had their windows broken and messages like “Pequot Massacre,” “Land back,” “1637” and “F–k thxgiving” spray-painted along their walls, according to local reports.
The LandBack movement is an Indigenous movement against white supremacy, USA Today reported.
The Pequot Massacre refers to the May, 26, 1637 slaughter on the Pequot tribe by Connecticut colonists that left 500 adults and children dead on the banks of the Mystic River.
Translation: “I only rejected him to trick the voters so I could win. He’s really a cool guy (just ignore that whole hate America, Anti-Semitism thing!”
Via NY Post:
Former President Barack Obama defended his former pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright as Georgia Senate hopeful Rev. Raphael Warnock faces scrutiny for his defense of the controversial religious leader.
The 44th commander-in-chief made the remarks during a wide-ranging interview with “The Breakfast Club” radio program Wednesday while promoting part one of his memoir “A Promised Land,” released earlier this month.
Cohost Angela Yee asked Obama if he thought he would have had to distance himself from the reverend in today’s political climate versus during the 2008 presidential election.
“Rev. Wright is an example of somebody who — supremely gifted preacher. Trinity United Church of Christ, obviously, outside Chicago had an amazing ministry, still does. And I was very close to a lot of people in that congregation as well as Rev. Wright,” the former president began.
A woman who worked at a Starbucks in New Jersey has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit, claiming she was fired for refusing to wear an LGBTQ Pride t-shirt.
Betsy Fresse, who is a Christian from Newark, New Jersey, worked as a barista in Hoboken in 2018, and states in her lawsuit that the managers knew of her religious beliefs, as she requested Sundays and certain evenings off to attend church gatherings, as NBC News reported.
Later, Fresse transferred to a Starbucks in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. She claims that in June 2019, the store manager conducted a meeting with staffers in his office, and a box of Starbucks Pride T-shirts lay by his desk. She says that being the last one to leave, she asked the manager if wearing the T-shirts was required, and the manager said it was not.
Turkey hangover day.
Update: Thanks to the reader who sent this with their donation check. I got the envelopes mixed up and couldn’t figure out who sent it,
When a New York couple was told their over 100-year-old home was built by a notorious bootlegger, they passed it off as small-town legend.
But they found more than 66 bottles of whiskey from the Prohibition era hidden within the walls and floorboards. https://t.co/2CR7HkxT1x
— CNN (@CNN) November 26, 2020
Happy days are here again!
A New York couple found 66 bottles of Prohibition-era whiskey in the walls and floorboards of their century-old home that was reportedly built by a bootlegger, CNN reported.
Nick Drummond and Patrick Bakker discovered the Scottish whiskey labeled “Old Smuggler Gaelic” in their Ames home, roughly three hours from New York City. While Drummond was removing outside skirting in a room attached to the house in October, an unknown package fell out.
Biden can only enter the White House as President if he can prove that his ridiculous “80,000,000 votes” were not fraudulently or illegally obtained. When you see what happened in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia & Milwaukee, massive voter fraud, he’s got a big unsolvable problem!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 27, 2020
Trump Rejects Calls For Georgia Runoff Boycotts By Ali And Others: “Don’t Play Into Hands Of Some Very Sick People”
President Donald Trump said Friday morning that his supporters should not boycott the Georgia runoff elections of Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, despite apparent calls to do so out of frustration over the 2020 presidential election.
“No, the 2020 Election was a total scam, we won by a lot (and will hopefully turn over the fraudulent result),” Trump claimed, “but we must get out and help David and Kelly, two GREAT people.”