Daily Archives: September 21, 2020

College Warmists Demand Their Universities Go Carbon Neutral

Am I allowed to use the same graphic on two different posts in one day? Well, I’m going to anyway ‘Our house is burning’: student climate protesters urge their universities to go carbon neutral As thousands of Generation Z activists head back to college, they’re pressuring universities to declare a climate emergency, cut emissions and […]

If All You See…

…is horrible carbon pollution caused rain, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Chicks On The Right, with a post on Queen Nancy threatening to impeach Trump again over being able to pick another Supreme Court justice.

Emmy’s Get Super Woke, But, Of Course, It’s Not Woke Enough

This just goes to prove that no matter what you do it will never be enough for the SJWs/BLMers Emmys: Why Jimmy Kimmel and Anthony Anderson’s Black Lives Matter moment wasn’t enough The Emmys reflected the new reality of COVID-19 by going virtual Sunday, but the broadcast itself didn’t do enough to address the continued […]

And Away We Go: Washington Post Tries To Smear Amy Comey Barrett Over Sexual Assault

A few days ago I wondered in a tweet to someone (not digging through all those) how Democrats would attempt to smear Barrett in a similar way to Kavanaugh, some sort of sexual assault thing. I figured someone would directly accuse her of assaulting them, and, unlike Joe Biden, we were supposed to Believe All […]

Climate Cult Kids Urged To Get Out In Streets And Protest Friday

I’m guessing that, with the U.S. elections approaching, the climate cult has discarded COVID as an attempt to take Trump down, and are saying that it really wasn’t that big of a deal. These are the same people who typically screech about staying at home and wear your mask. Children urged to strike against lack […]

RGB Citing Dying Wish Clause Trump’s Supreme Court Hypocrisy Or Something

One would expect Jessica A. Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School, who “studies the law of the political process, including election law and governance issues. Her work focuses on ethics, political corruption, voting rights, campaign finance, ballot initiatives, redistricting, term limits, and state budgets” to have a grasp on how the Constitution works, right? […]

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