What the h… ?

Doorbell rang. I opened the door and some masked woman — sixtyish, short gray hair — handed me a plastic grocery bag with something in it and said, “Enjoy!” and walked back to a white minivan at the end of the driveway.

I opened the bag and there’s a small take-out style food tray; some kind of sandwich, peach slices, and a cookie.

I didn’t order anything.

Took it to my sister to see if she was expecting anything, or recognized the description. Nope.

I have no idea if this was some sort of misdelivered Uber Eats or meals on wheels or what.

I am not eating that.

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I’m gonna guess that a 2nd Lieutenant was leading that unit.

Whoops.


US Army soldiers mistakenly raid Bulgarian olive oil factory during NATO exercise
U.S. soldiers assigned to the 173rd Airborne Brigade were conducting a simulation at the Cheshnegirovo airfield in South Central Bulgaria, McGraw said. They were moving from building to building to seize and secure each stop, and the team mistakenly believed the factory was located within the airfield, not adjacent to it.
[…]
Gaytandzhieva claimed that the owner of the factory has since filed a lawsuit.


If that happened around here… Well, there’s a reason the mil publicizes off-base exercises, and ask civilians to please not shoot.

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Fulton County Fraud

Remember the alarm that went off at the ballot storage facility in Fulton County, Georgia? The story gets better worse.


BREAKING GA AUDIT UPDATE: Fulton County Sheriff Security Detail Left Ballot Warehouse Against Court Order – 20 Minutes Later Alarm Went Off, Door Found Ajar
“Fulton County had been ordered by Judge Amero to guard the facility 24/7.

“Two Fulton County Sheriff vehicles had been securing the building since May 25th when Judge Amero ordered the facility guarded. Yesterday at 4pm, the two Sheriff cars left the parking lot for two hours. Twenty minutes after the cars left the premises, the security alarm went off. The private security detail heard the alarm and investigated, finding the door unlocked and the building unattended.

No one else responded to the alarm. Either they did this purposefully or the alarm system is not monitored. The off-duty officers walked in the building and did not see any further damage or personnel. At 8pm, a Fulton County employee finally came to lock the door.”


The “off-duty” officers mentioned were private security hired by the plaintiff’s attorney because he — clearly justifiably — didn’t trust the county to provide proper court ordered security.

So first the county got the private security run off the property to where they couldn’t maintain as good a watch.

Then the court-ordered county security — both cars, at the same time — left

And finally, a mere 20 minutes after the deputies’ departure, the alarm went off.

Try to convince me that Fulton County didn’t do this deliberately.

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Fauxci Full of

…it.

Dr. Fauci Warns Against Declaring Virus Victory ‘Prematurely’: ‘We Still Have a Ways to Go’

Not much of a ways.

Nationwide

Here in Georgia

In Georgia, we’re down to levels not seen since mid-March of last year, when ChinCOVID was barely ramping up. About the same nationwide. Ditto daily deaths.

And this from the fraud:

Fauci warned of virus variants — a talking point used by President Joe Biden to convince younger people to get vaccinated — explaining, “As long as there is some degree of activity throughout the world, there’s always a danger of variants emerging and diminishing somewhat the effectiveness of our vaccines.”

Variants, my ass. You and your panicmongering partners in plandemic crime are having to keep the “COVID-19” scare going by including “variants” with differing RNA and differing spike proteins, which in anything but this “pandemic” would simply be just another betacoronavirus, and not to be particulary feared (coronaviruses account for around 25% of common colds).

Fribble off, Fauxci.

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Damn it; now I wish we had a gas range.

Seen at Peter Grant’s funny memes of the day.

Wait… the camp stove…

Oh, the third one down on Peter’s page. You yankees should be aware that’s real.

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Now Fulton County has an excuse for the audit finding a discrepancy between the number of ballots and ballot IMAGES.

Overnight, someone “broke into” the building where the ballots are stored.

Please recall that multiple witnesses reported — and video showing — piles of ballots being scanned multiple times. If the damned judge ever gets around to allowing the audit to proceed, they were going to find more ballot images than they had paper ballots.

Now Fulton County election officials criminals have an excuse for the discrepancy: Gee, judge; the burglar must have taken a bunch of ballots. And when the finger pointing really gets started, they could even go so far as to claim the plaintiffs knew there was no discrepancy in numbers, so they stole them themselves so they could “find” a discrepancy.

There are few possible scenarios here.

A. Intrusion, but nothing actually taken. It’s just an excuse for the discrepancy.

B. Someone could have taken the ballots that witnesses say suspiciously appeared preprinted, and all for Biden. Get rid of that incriminating evidence, if that was for real.

C. It could have been a freelance burglar, unrelated to the election/audit, who simply thought he could find something to steal and pawn. Hitting a place under so much legal scrutiny would be incredibly stupid, since I’ll guarantee folks will want surveillance footage from every camera for a mile around the facility. A freelance redistributionist is going to get caught because this is so high profile. But the prisons are full of stupid criminals.*

Any way it went down, unless video shows someone just kicking in a door and leaving empty-handed, the audit just became pointless. Any problem with ballot numbers is explained away.


* There was an inmate in a the prison I worked at; the other inmates called him “Pizza Hut.” He got that handle because…

A friend owed him money. So his friend talked him into helping him rob their neighborhood Pizza Hut — yes, where our genius was known — so that friend could get the money to pay PH back.

Even the other inmates — no Einsteins themselves — considered him a dumbass.

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Of the Retarded, By the Retarded…

Gotta watch this short clip.

Look at blue states, and especially blue cities (ahem, Atlanta), and tell me he’s wrong.

ETA: Nota Bene; it’s a short clip without context. Bog only knows what he might be advocating instead.

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Pseudovax Approval (and a generous offer)

Have you noticed something?

  • July 27, 2020: Pfizer’s ChinCOVID pseudovaccine human trials began.
  • November 18, 2020: Pfizer human trials “concluded.”
  • December 11, 2020: CDC issued an Emergency Use Authorization for the Pfizer pseudovaccine.
  • May 10, 2021: CDC expanded the EUA to include 12-15yos.

Note that an EUA is merely an authorization for voluntary “vaccination” with an experimental, and unapproved, medication. Basically all those receiving a ChinCOVID pseudovaccine are really participating in an extended human trial.

After 10 months of the largest human trials in history, the pseudovaccine that’s so safe and effective that Fauci, and CDC/NIAID/FDA personnel decline it — pay no attention to the anaphylactic shock, Antibody-Dependent Enhancement, immune disorders, blood clots, cardiac inflammation, post-vax ChinCOVID cases, etc.* — still is not approved.

Just pondering.

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* And that doesn’t even get into the potential long-term side effects of which I warned last year, and which an RN I speak to also agrees is likely to be the case. Scare stories about long-term adverse effects on male fertility are still just scare stories; but I think it’s worth watching for.

Just in case, ladies: I am not pseudovaxxed. And I am available for personal sperm donations. Send pictures.

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Does Syria use Dominion voting systems, too?

Syria’s Assad ‘Wins’ Fourth Term with 95 Percent of the Vote

Huh. Suspiciously high votes in areas, record turnout, oddly high “winning” percentage.

Looks a lot like Fulton County.

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