Bill Gates bails out Bud Light with a $100 million investment. In other words, the beer being boycotted for favoring pedophiles is given a lift by an alleged pedophile, known for hanging out with Jeffrey Epstein. The question that remains?
Can patriots double down with their Bud Light boycott and knock a few holes in Gates’ obscene wealth? Can we start to make this billionaire pay for all he has done to downgrade America for the middle class? Here’s more from The Salty Cracker.
Is Bidenomics growing the “Middle Class?” Listen and decide for yourself.
Here’s a ukelele rewrite of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” from Parody Whitney.
Conservatives keep dropping like flies, leaving behind the hellhole that has swallowed up almost all of California. Dave Rubin and Michael Jaco left over the past couple of years. This year, Adam Carolla and now Andrew Klavan have joined the exodus.
Here, Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Klavan about his new book A Strange Habit of Mind and why you shouldn’t move to California. Klavan discusses what the final straw was that caused him to say “Goodbye California.”
He touches upon how the cost of living in California is destroying the middle class, how the progressive policies of Democrats like Gavin Newsom created California’s homelessness crisis and why liberals don’t make any connection between the policies they support and the California crime wave.
Let them eat rhetoric! More from FreedomToons.
Chris Chappell says Communism has completely failed China to the point where people want out. China’s youth have basically given up and are now leaning toward a “run philosophy” movement to escape. Chappell explains further in this episode of China Uncensored.
Everywhere people trash capitalism. It’s become the punching bag of choice because people don’t understand it. Popular refrains are: The rich always get richer, or capitalism funnels all the money to the top one percent.
Appearing on the John Stossel podcast, economist Dan Mitchell sets the record straight and busts the ridiculous ideas about rich entrepreneurs, income inequality and monopolies. Says Mitchell, “The rich get richer in a capitalist society, but guess what? The rest of us get richer as well.” Here more with Stossel and Mitchell.
The globalists have been trying to use an array of violent tactics, including bioweapons and Antifa radicals, to destroy the American middle class and break down our resistance. But we are done bending the knee to these bastards. We are waking up and sounding our battle cry: What the fuck?
Douchebag liars like Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates will never control our society. They might play games with our food supply or attempt to weaken and wreck our economy, but we no longer believe or trust them, nor do we buy into the mainstream media that covers up the truth on behalf of these liars.
This will be a hot summer of Vindication Woo! Watch for danger in June, panic in July and change to begin in August. More from Clif_High.
Wall Street veteran Gregory Mannarino says he’s warned America for more than a decade that we’re in the middle of a two-tiered society of extreme haves and have-nots and a wipeout of the middle class. He says back then he was unaware what mechanism the Deep State would use to accomplish its plan until the COVID-19 pandemic came along.
“They used the scamdemic to shut down the local economy, kill small businesses, Great Depression levels of unemployment and allow a hideous merger to occur between this new American government and these corporations,” Mannarino says. “The definition of this is fascism.” He tells Alex Jones of InfoWars that we’re in the middle of something so ugly and twisted that people can’t see it. Here’s more with Mannarino, who says evil is upon us and people have to wake up.
Make no mistake about it: Joe Biden’s tax plans would not only be expensive, but potentially devastating for the middle class. Here, The Liberty Doll explores the cost of Bidenomics.
Clinical psychologist and commentator Jordan Peterson says the most terrifying IQ statistic in America is you can’t induct anyone into the military with an IQ under 83. Peterson says our U.S. Armed Forces has been on the forefront of intelligence since World War I, because they are onboard with the idea–especially during wartime–that you had to sort people effectively and without bias so you can build up the officer corp and, of course, so you don’t lose the war.
The motivation was equally as important during peacetime, where the military could take people out of the underclass and move them up into the working class or middle class, actually using the process to promote social mobility. So after 100 years of careful statistical analysis of the process, the results were stunning.
Says Peterson, “The Armed Forces concluded that if you had an IQ of 83 or less, there wasn’t anything you could possibly be trained to do in the military, at any level of the organization, that wasn’t positively counter-productive.” Learn more in this edition of Simulation.
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