TZP Column: Coming Victim Disarmament Bills In Georgia

Another Dim-wit unaware of existing laws and SCOTUS rulings.


MORE ILLEGALLER IN GEORGIA
Reports indicate that Georgia Dim-ocrats are planning some interesting gun control bills for the next session. I have questions.

Spoiler: Rep Sandra Scott is a Dim-ocrat, from the Atlanta area (District 76). Yes, you can expect stupidity.
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Looks Like Fulton County, PA Is Finally Doing Some CYA

Funny, they seem to be suing Dominion over a bunch of the same things they denied ever happening, and called “disinformation” “baseless claims.”


The lawsuit focuses around violations of their contract, certification issues, connectivity issues, and alleged foreign databases and scripts found on the systems. Some of the claims are on par with the “debunked” rumors associated with the “most secure election ever” claims, including internet connectivity, outdated security protections, remote accessibility, and random USBs inserted.

Looks like they’re making at least 76 claims, any one of which oughta send someone to prison. Probably several someone’s, since it means the machines should never have been certified for use.

Or used.

At this point, I’d guess it’s a battle over who goes to prison. Hence, the CYA.

 

BREAKING: Fulton County, Pennsylvania Attorneys Sue Dominion Voting

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Global (Online) Warming

My two thermometers, both in the same location for years, currently read:

Bimetallic Dial: 79 degrees

Alcohol Tube: 80 degrees

The alcohol tube thermometer seems to respond to temperature changes a little faster; I attribute that to lower thermal mass than the dial thermometer.

Weather Underground reports a bunch of private weather stations surrounding me. They all read from 83.3 degrees to 90.1. The main reading claims we saw a 14 degree jump (71 to 85 degrees) from 7:56A to 10:56AM. Someone needs to get their sensor(s) out of direct sunlight. And away from the AC units.

Weather Underground also claims that September 19 hit a high of 99 degrees.

The Weather Channel claims 83 degrees. National Weather Service says 84.

Sure.

Here, August had two days that hit 90 or higher. September hasn’t made it out of the low 80s. My body agrees, which makes yard work a lot more comfortable than usual. It’s been a cool summer, which you wouldn’t know if you get your weather reports online.

 

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I’m So Old, I Remember When Dim-ocrats Thought Bussing Was A Good Thing

Funny how that changes when it means “undesirables” getting dumped on them.

Is bussing migrants ethical? New Yorkers weigh in
People in New York sounded off on Republican governors bussing illegal immigrants across the country, with some calling it a crime against humanity while others criticized left-wing outrage.

“I think that’s a crime,” Jackson told Fox News. “They’re in your state, deal with them in your state don’t send them here.”

“In an effort to address the ongoing de facto segregation in schools, the 1971 Supreme Court decision, Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, ruled that the federal courts could use busing as a further integration tool to achieve racial balance.”

Abbott, DeSantis, et al. are just trying to equitably balance the distribution of illegals. Why’s that suddenly bad?

 

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TZP Column: Shrouded In The Mists Of Time


Shrouded In The Mists Of Time
Bruen strikes again.

Hardly surprising, assuming honest courts (a big assumption). Bruen threw out New York’s Sullivan Act of 1911 “good case” licensing requirement for lack of general, historical tradition. If a century+ infringement couldn’t make the grade, what chance — again, in an honest court — did an infringement, dating back no more than 54 years, have: Gun Control Act of 1968.

Much of the GCA ’68 is on very thin ice.
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Am I Turning Into A Conspiracy Theorist?

I wrote something in an email the other day. I decided it wouldn’t hurt to let it see the public light of day. The topic started with COVID-19 pseudo-vaccination.

Eight mice. And “We don’t need human testing, because the previous jabs proved so very safe and effective…”

… if you don’t mind the the — what was it? 44% — miscarriage rate in trials. Or the menstrual cycle disruptions. Or the decrease in male fertility (don’t worry, it *mostly* comes back, according to papers). Or SADS (must be global warming; seriously I saw that).

And there’s a confluence that bugs me enough, that I’m almost afraid to say too much publicly.

Abortion, abortion abortion. MI’s Whitmer defunding *non*-abortion services. Pocahontas calling for MA’s non-abortion support clinics to be closed. In GA, part of Stacy Abrams’ platform (oddly not much spoken aloud) is criminalizing pregnancy clinics that don’t do abortions. Google has announced that they’ll delist or hide search results for nonabortion clinics.

Meanwhile, the push to chemically castrate and neuter prepubescent kids marches on. With recommendations for lowering the age for permanent “sex change” surgeries.

And just when did it become so important to use schools to convince children that they’re really nonbreeding gay/lesbian/asexual/trans/…?

Meanwhile, with winter staring us in the face, our glorious leaders are ending reliable power, and *planning* for “energy riots” rather than planning to restore energy.

Saw a report about an aluminum factory in Europe yesterday. Their energy costs to produce raw stock aluminum are now about 2.5 times the price of raw stock aluminum. They mostly shut down, may completely shut down, and if they do, they don’t expect it to be cost effective to ever reopen.

Likewise, a fertilizer factory has cut back on ammonia (nitrates) production by 60%, and may close. Handy for those politicians that want to “reduce” nitrates from fertilizers and cattle.

If I were still writing bad SF, this be be a great, if cheesy, alien invasion storyline: tricky invaders use social engineering to convince stupid humans to render *themselves* extinct, with nary an alien shot fired.

Since I wrote that bit about dropping the recommended minimum age for “transgender medical malpractice/chemical castration, the WPATH has actually eliminated its minimum age recommendation. And the Dims want over-the-counter testosterone for “transboys” (the better to neuter themselves without even a quack’s supervision; ask a real nurse about the side effects of testosterone in women).

I mentioned all this to someone else, who noted that it’s pretty much true.

Execpt the clever aliens part. We have plenty enough crazies, idiots, and elites who think it’ll never apply to them, to account for it.

On the upside, this bit of procreation-prevention should rid us, in the long term, of lots of crazies and idiots. I’m not usually a fan of eugenics, but…

 

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Those Simulated Meat Products Just Don’t Satisfy The Cravings For the Real Thing

I saw this earlier today, but put off commenting, mostly because everything that occurred to me was… wait for it… tasteless.*

But WTF…

Beyond Meat COO bites off tip of man’s nose after road rage incident: police
Beyond Meat COO Doug Ramsey was arrested following an alleged road rage incident that led to him biting the flesh off of the tip of the victim’s nose, according to local news.


* Yeah, as if that ever stopped me.

 

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Another Listing For Gender Psychosis Disorder

Eunuchs. I shit you not.

Oddly enough, the article doesn’t mention any actual eunuchs asking to be included as trannies.

Trans health group claims ‘eunuch’ is a gender identity, says it can be identified in teens
The widely-cited international body, which sets the guidelines for treating children and adolescents who believe themselves to be transgender, has added a whole chapter on the latest gender identity: Eunuch.

My sister saw this article, too.

I guess that’s one the Catholic Church can get behind.

“Get behind.” I’m trying to decide if that was a poor choice of words, or an excellent one.

 

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Apparently Axios Is Branching Out Into Dry Humor

That’s the generous explanation for this ridiculous piece, anyway.

Jan. 6 committee’s October surprise

Surprise? To whom? Judging from face to face conversations, and mainstream and “conservative” media, everyone expected this.

Except the geniuses at Axios apparently.

Despite the panel’s long-stated goal of avoiding perceptions of partisanship or politicization…

Wait. We are talking about the January 6 Kangaroo Committee, right? The one that broke House rules to prevent Republicans picking members, and stocked it with Dims and a couple of rabidly — to the point of getting voted out by irate constituents — anti-Trump RINOs?

Thompson told Axios the panel does not want to be “perceived as a partisan committee … we’ve been fairly free of those kind of complaints, and we would not want to interfere with the election.”

Free of partisanship complaints? I suppose… if you don’t count the folks who refused to testify because it’s a rule-breaking partisans witch hunt, media observatiosn, and at least a couple of filed lawsuits.

But he said the time between an expected Sept. 28 hearing and the election “won’t be a quiet period.” He also said that “the goal is to have … some information pushed out, obviously, before the November election.

No shit. That’s why this is no surprise to anyone but Axios.

Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-Fla.), who is not seeking reelection, said: “This effort is not political, so I am indifferent to when the election is.”

Said no politicians ever, until this.

But finally we see something significant, of also expected.

Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) told Axios the committee is “just working at our own pace” and they’ll release their final report “when we’re ready.”

Universal BS Translation: We’re going to release plenty of unsubstantiated innuendo and allegations in time for the mid-terms, but no official report — that we have to legally back up — until some vague time in the — post elections — future.

Bear in mind that even this report states that the committee has an “expiration date” of December 31. If nonpartisan honesty was their goal, they’d be polishing up the final report now, getting it ready for release in no more than a mere three months. And that would be working at warp speed by government standards.

 

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Hard To Say If This Is Propaganda Drivel..

…or if Bowser believes it. My general impression of the mayor is that she is dumber than a box of rocks.

“We’re Not a Border Town. We Don’t Have the Infrastructure to Handle This Type of Immigration to Our City… We’re Not Texas” – Democrat DC Mayor Bowser

It could go either way. She could be spouting the Dim’s illegal alien party line. But she’s appears so stupid that she might just think that a “border town” is something that was set up, with full support infrastructure, just to facilitate international entry.

That could explain why Dims profess to think that a town like Eagle Pass — population 28,000, median income $23,000 — should be able to better handle thousands — per day, sometimes — of illegals; while her town of 690,000, median income $77,000, cannot.

 

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