Proof positive that Democrats are stupid

Dim operative Marc Elias thinks Georgians are too stupid to figure out the right “driver license number” to put on an absentee ballot application

In fact, he just showed how moronic he is. Georgians are generally smart enough to figure out that the number labeled “DL No.” is the Driver License Number.

If you can’t figure that out, you probably not shouldn’t be voting, but you probably won’t be able to register anyway.

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Funny: Critical Race Theory Implodes

Daily Caller has a story about a Loudoun County Public Schools incident.

A student is shown a picture of to pretty young women, with the side caption “What is race?” and is asked what he sees. The student responds, “That’s just two people chilling.”

The teacher indoctrinator gets upset and keeps insisting that the student sees something else, and is merely playing “coy.”

Finally…

Student: “I’m confused. Are you trying to get me to say that there are two different races in this picture?”

Indoctrinator: “Yes! I am asking you to say that.”

Now I’ll show you the picture.

I recognized those girls, and you might, too. They’re relatively famous. They aren’t “two different races.” Racially, they’re exactly the same. They’re fraternal twin sisters. Mixed race, for whatever that means. Just a couple of cute girls.

But the CRT weenie demands to see them as black and white. Crazed Racist Theorists see nonexistent racial differences.

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Delta Airlines Will No longer Require ID To Fly

ATLANTA, 4/1/2021 — Delta Airlines (DAL) CEO Ed Bastian issued a company-wide memo discontinuing the requirement that prospective passengers show a government issued photo ID to fly.

“I have realized that our identification requirement is racist, as Blacks and other minorities are too stupid to figure out how to get an ID, even though one can obtain a free state ID card in hardship cases,” Bastian’s memo stated. “It is far more important to have an inclusive annd diverse passenger payload, than to be secure in knowing that suspected terrorists might board an aircraft and kill our social justice-approved clients.”

When asked if expanding the minority share of terror victims truly supported the cause of “Black lives matter,” an unnamed Delta representative said, “Of course Black lives matter, so it’s important that theirs end in vile terrorist attacks just as often as whites die.” Xe added that Delta will be dropping FAA certification requirements for new airframe and avionics technician hires, as the math and reading comprehension skills required for certification disproportionately favor whites.

“It’s more important to have an inclusive workforce than to keep our planes safely in the air.”

Do note the date.

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“easier to assemble than Legos”

Schumer on “ghost guns.” Holds up a picture, points to a slide, and calls it a barrel. But he’s the expert with all the answers.

He’s calling on the ATF to redefine “firearm” to include “any part as a firearm.”

Any. PART.

No. Your move, Chuckles

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NRA Excuses Hunter Biden’s Law-Breaking

It seems the NRA (delenda est) is arguing that Hunter Biden didn’t necessarity violate the law and lie and his 4473, when he claimed not to be an “unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance.”

The “unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance” prohibited person category is somewhat nebulous, and a person can remove themselves from that category at any time by ceasing to use drugs. Theoretically, Hunter could have been in a period of sobriety during the timeframe he purchased and possessed the revolver. Moreover, the following summary of existing law should not be taken as an endorsement of the current scope of the federal prohibited persons categories.

Bullshit. Biden bought the gun in October 2018. Was he an addict at the time?

Well, we know he had been using illegal drugs before he joined the Navy, because he had to get a waiver. We know he was using illegal drugs in 2013, when the Navy kicked his ass out.

“I have said mean and horrible things to Hallie. Ive been with woman and admitted that. Im an addict. Im loud and brash and difficult. But ‘im loyal to a fault. And so confused. Im trapped clean or dirty sober or not.”
— Hunter Biden, text message dated January 29, 2019

“Im an addict.” 1/29/2019. That pretty documents it. In his own words.

And other material from his abandoned laptop documents still more drug use during that span.

Yes, he broke the law. Anyone not politically connected like Hunter would be in prison.

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Over at The Zelman Partisans

I cross-posted a slightly bowdlerized, and updated, version of the Monroe County v. Iowa Firearms Coalition lawsuit post at The Zelman Partisans.

TZP: Weird Lawsuit: Monroe County, Iowa v. Iowa Firearms Coalition & J.D. Thompson

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[Update] Weird Lawsuit: Monroe County, Iowa v. Iowa Firearms Coalition & J.D. Thompson

Updated with a statement from Iowa Firearms Coalition below.

As the suit says, Monroe County is suing IFC and a county resident. Specifically, the suit is over a Chief Justice order barring firearms from court houses, and a state law that says if you do that, you must provide security. I jumped right into the filing because I really wondered how the hell the county was going to rationalize a claim against those defendants.

And… I don’t see a claim against them.

I need someone smarter than myself to explain this to me. The obvious unofficial backstory makes it clear that the county is maliciously targeting IFC and Thompson because they warned the county to comply with the law. But the only way the court filing addresses the official defendants is this.

STATEMENT OF THE IOWA FIREARMS COALATION (sic) AND MR. THOMPSON
30. Monroe County, Iowa has been advised by the Iowa Firearms Coalition that if it continues to comply with a lawful Order of the Iowa Supreme Court, that it will impose this unfunded mandate upon Monroe County, Iowa or that Monroe County, Iowa will be liable for this unfunded mandate plus attorney fees and other costs allowed by HF 2502. Monroe County, Iowa denied Mr. Thompson’s request.

31. No personal judgement is sought against Mr. Thompson.

Dafuq? There’s no actionable claim. They only say that IFC warned them they should comply with the law. Thompson gets no mention beyond that he made an unspecified — in the filing — request. Neither IFC’s nor Thompson’s warning/request is included in the filing. So even this vague sorta-claim is unsupported.

Other than that, the whole thing is a claim against the state for an unfunded mandate imposed by HF 2502. But even that is bogus. There’s no mandated expenditure; all they have to do is not declare a gun-free zone. If they choose to do that, then they voluntarily accept the expense. It would like Joe Blow calling vehicle registration fees an unfunded mandate; it isn’t because no one has to pay it unless they choose to buy a car.

This reads like a case against the state, and some office intern accidentally listed the wrong defendants. And even then, the alleged unfunded mandate would have been imposed by the Chief Justice who issued the gun-free order. Including IFC and Thompson has no point — legally; unofficially, it looks like retaliation for protected speech — but to make them pay for the county’s suit against the state.

OK, smarter people; what have I missed?

Update: Statement from IFC Chairman Michael Ware:

“You just stated what our attorneys did as well. We have no idea what has motivated this action, but we seek to correct the injustice.”

The case may be BS, but IFC still needs to defend itself. Good attorneys are not cheap. You can help support IFC HERE.

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“Commercial Sales”: Bait & Switch

Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA), of Manchin-Toomey background checks infamy, is at it again.

“So, I still think the best way to do this is focus on commercial sales. You know, between the sales that already occur at licensed firearm dealers, all of which require a background check, and what we consider commercial sales, advertised sales, gun shows and on the internet, that covers the vast, vast majority of all transactions. And it would be progress if we had background checks for those categories.”

Bait and switch: “commercial sales”.

commercial:
(1) occupied with or engaged in commerce or work intended for commerce a commercial artist
(2) : of or relating to commerce

commerce:
an interchange of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale between different countries (foreign commerce ) or between different parts of the same country (domestic commerce ); trade; business.

I’ve seen this exact same trick tried in state level legislation. Change the definition of “commercial” from being in the business of, to you advertised it.

advertise:
intransitive verb To make public announcement of, especially to proclaim the qualities or advantages of (a product or business) so as to increase sales. synonym: announce.
intransitive verb To make known; call attention to.

If you “make known” in any way — such as word of mouth — that you’re willing to sell a firearm, you “advertised” it; “commercial sale.” No matter that you aren’t in the business of…


(a)  It shall be unlawful–

(1)  for any person–

(A)  except a licensed importer, licensed manufacturer, or licensed dealer, to engage in the business of importing, manufacturing, or dealing in firearms, or in the course of such business to ship, transport, or receive any firearm in interstate or foreign commerce;  or

Se what Toomur is really doing? You likely thought the B&S was talking “business” but meaning “private sale.” Nope. Anyone who advertises  a firearm for sale is now in the business of selling firearms…

without an FFL. Go directly to jail. Do not collect $200.

Toomur is proposing not merely to involve FFLs in private sales, but to outlaw private sales altogether.

Fuck him.

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Looks like a 18 U.S. Code § 1505 felony to me

So Cruz and other Senators went to Texas to investigate the border crisis.

WOW! CAUGHT ON VIDEO – Biden Operative Harasses, Tries to Block Sen. Ted Cruz from Filming Joe Biden’s Caged Children (VIDEO)
Last week several Republican Senators visited the US Southern border on the Rio Grande in Texas to witness the massive surge in illegal aliens and fake refugees flooding across the US border in Texas.
[…]
When Senator Cruz began filming the unimaginable and depraved conditions, a Biden operative jumped up to harass and attempt to block the Senator’s camera!

Hmm, Lessee

Whoever, with intent to avoid, evade, prevent, or obstruct compliance, in whole or in part, with any civil investigative demand
[…]
Shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years…

Seems to me that Cruz could make a good case for that

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