Dream I Had Of A Brass Albatross That Dropped Dead:

Dream I Had Of A Brass Albatross That Dropped Dead:

Dream I had early this AM:

9 thoughts on “Dream I Had Of A Brass Albatross That Dropped Dead:

  1. I don’t get why you don’t have more people supporting that you say Obama’s the Antichrist.
    Speaking the truth is a natural thing that people feel. But you’ve got just four people on the blog.
    How can the truth (you saying Obama’s the Antichrist) only be heard by so few and not drawn more to you?

  2. BREAKING BIG: Judge Gableman Issues Subpoenas to Voting Machine Companies Including Dominion Voting Machines in Wisconsin 2020 Election Investigation
    Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge Michael Gableman has been investigating the 2020 presidential election results in Wisconsin since he was appointed last year.
    Gableman was given the task of looking into the 2020 election in Wisconsin. In October he announced he was focusing on five locations where irregularities were noted related to interference from foreign players like Facebook.
    Special Counsel Michael Gableman has subpoenaed Wisconsin election officials as part of his investigation into the 2020 Election irregularities.
    In October Gableman served subpoenas to the administrator of the Wisconsin Election Commission, the executive director of the Milwaukee Election Commission, and four city clerks as part of his probe into the 2020 election.
    The October subpoenas sought all records related to grants from the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a group funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. According to News Talk 1130 CTCL is accused of taking over the administration of the presidential election in Green Bay and having undue influence on election administration in Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, and Madison.

    Now this…
    Judge Gableman subpoenaed to two voting companies in his continued investigation of the 2020 presidential election.
    Gableman subpoenaed Dominion Voting Systems and Electronic Systems & Software (ES&S) of Nebraska.

    We have written about both of these companies extensively at The Gateway Pundit.

    Via Yahoo.com.

    Assembly Republicans’ review of the 2020 election has expanded outside of Wisconsin with subpoenas to two companies that manufacture voting machines and software.
    Former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman in December issued orders to Colorado-based Dominion Voting Systems and Electronic Systems & Software of Nebraska seeking records related to the location of the companies’ voting machines in Wisconsin during the primary and general elections in 2020.
    Gableman also seeks information about staff members who worked on Wisconsin machines or communicated with anyone in Wisconsin during that period.
    Gableman’s subpoenas, first reported by WisPolitics, demand company officials produce the requested documents later this month and order them to testify in private at his rented office space in Brookfield. Gableman set a series of deadlines to receive the documents and testimony, with the earliest on Wednesday.

  3. People laughing at unvaccinated deaths actually have me siding with conservatives
    Opinion by Zach Stafford – Yesterday 11:43 AM

    My uncle, who died of Covid-19 last month, was maybe the nicest man in my family, and as I was talking to various people about him while I was preparing to head home to Tennessee for his funeral, each time they would ask: vaccinated or not?

    I object to the suggestion that my uncle deserved to die because he chose not to be vaccinated.

    We have moved into a new normal where a person’s health status is commonly discussed. Because I’m gay, and there’s an HIV epidemic that still rages, I am somewhat used to light discussion of one’s health status. But I object to the suggestion that my uncle deserved to die because he chose not to be vaccinated.

    However, there are people among us who believe we should go so far as to celebrate the deaths of those who choose against vaccination, especially those who discourage others from choosing the vaccine.

    Republican Kelly Ernby, a prominent deputy district attorney in Orange County, California, was well known for railing against Covid-19 vaccine mandates. This month, when 46-year-old Ernby was found dead of Covid complications at her home, not only were there online celebrations, there was even a column in the Los Angeles Times from columnist Michael Hiltzik who argued that “mockery is not necessarily the wrong reaction to those who publicly mocked anti-COVID measures and encouraged others to follow suit, before they perished of the disease the dangers of which they belittled.”

    There’s a popular subreddit called r/HermanCainAward — named for the late Republican presidential candidate and friend of Donald Trump who refused to wear a mask or social distance during the pandemic’s early days and died of Covid-19. That subreddit highlights the deaths of people who died while unvaccinated, thereby giving those who are vaccinated the thrill of schadenfreude.

    Some people defend the site with the claim that it can help prove to the public that vaccines are the best way to stay alive, but I think they really exist as a way for people to use shame as some sort of weapon to get people vaccinated.

    Ben Chapman, the Republican chairman in Costa Mesa, California, tweeted some emails he received that celebrated his friend Ernby’s death. “More bigotry and hate coming from the woke big-government mob,” he said.

    While I typically don’t agree with anything Republicans like Chapman say, this time I must.

    When I sat masked at my uncle’s funeral, I didn’t wish harm or death on anybody I saw unmasked or anybody I knew to be unvaccinated — not even those who may be online spreading misinformation about the vaccine. Because in my experience, many of them — due to the various mechanisms at play, from social media that allows misinformation to go unchecked to a culmination of distrust of the government hitting a boiling point — are not moved even by death anymore.

    As is the case with some people, especially in my family, when and if they survive Covid despite being unvaccinated, they come out even more strong-willed.

    “I don’t believe fear tactics are ever a solution to the problem of information sharing,” my friend Dr. Darien Sutton, an emergency room physician and ABC News medical contributor, recently wrote on his Instagram after his unvaccinated aunt died. Sutton, who gave me permission to quote him here, even went further by noting that, similar to many members in my family, many Black Americans (and most disenfranchised groups in this country) find themselves scared of the vaccine because of a vast history of ways that science has been used to harm marginalized people.

    Some people, when and if they survive Covid despite being unvaccinated, come out even more strong-willed.

    “If it can impact me, a physician and public health professional, it can also impact the people who you love and care about,” he wrote.

    When the pandemic will end is no longer a productive conversation. As we face yet another spike, we should move toward a mindset that acknowledges that Covid may never go away fully but, like other viruses before it, including the flu, will become an endemic threat.

    That mindset would prompt us to look at harm-reduction models, such as those developed to assist people who are addicted to drugs. That model acknowledges that telling people they’ll die if they don’t stop using drugs doesn’t work; telling them they’ll die if they aren’t vaccinated doesn’t work, either.

    “Blanket one‐​size‐​fits‐​all mandates on human movement, behavior, economic activity, social, and educational arrangements have not ‘defeated’ the virus,” Dr. Jeffrey A. Singer, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, recently wrote. “They often involve tradeoffs with harms greater than any benefits brought in terms of reduced risk.”

    He went on to suggest a multipronged model that promotes immunization but also ensures people have access to masks, are able distance from others and take time off from work and school.

    People are complicated and contradictory and often need time to decide to do the right thing. Some of them, like the members of my family and Sutton’s family who have died, die before they have enough time to figure it out.

    But for us to get to a place where we could even implement something like this as public policy, we’d need to agree on one thing: No one deserves to die. If we can’t agree on this, then we are doomed. The treatment of HIV-positive people in the 1980s under President Ronald Reagan is a poignant example of the tragedy that results when we employ shame and stigma and make calculations about who should live and die.

    No matter where one stands on the politics of vaccines or Trump or whatever other topic that has our country polarized, the deaths of unvaccinated people will not bring relief. People dying in droves never does.

  4. Its gonna fulfill real soon. Brass is judgement sounds right. Right now airlines upset 5g from ground can wreck havoc on airliners. It will also wreck havoc on poked pilots too. But the fleet of 6g satellites are already up and not yet turned on. Bet the 5g and 6g satellites will have maybe 1/3 of the birds fall down?

  5. YES, I think like you about it: Brass judgment. Those 5G’s may just kill a LOT of seabirds

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