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Seattle entitlement list: ammo and guns?!

I see that Seattle’s CHAZ-CHOP or as I like to call it CHEZ – pronounced “CHEESE” – (Capital Hill Entitlement Zone) wants to be self sufficient in their new independent nation defined by entitlement that is dependent on the very ones they are pulling guns upon. Some of their “demands” in their safe space that is protected, mind you, by “military grade ausault weapons systems”, are the following:

As they continue gun down young people at will with the blessing and encouragement of Seattle’s mayor – who should be up for war crimes – I’m sure the demands will be along the lines of more guns, better guns (“the good kind”), more military assault type guns, more ammo of all kinds, more knives, more chains, more baseball bats, more machetes, more bomb making equipment, all of which, you know, is to be “the good kind”.

Ah, the entitled. They’re all the same. Bullies even in their own “safe spaces” of murder and arson and looting and total hell. Yep.

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Dear NC Governor Cooper: the view from this church’s Confessional.

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Oh my! Two people! And they’re not social distancing! But they are husband and wife, so they really don’t have to socially distance, do they? No.

We’ll continue with our normal Adoration, Confession, Mass schedule.

Moreover, this priest is chasing round about. Yesterday after going to a number of churches for a number of sacraments and Masses, I then visited another 14 people for Communion calls throughout two counties and two parishes. It would have been a lot more if I wasn’t forbidden to do sacramental calls to parishioners in a number of our nursing homes.

And if you think any future lockdown will keep me down, think again. If I were to be kept down, I think a lockdown for me would have to be in the county jail. But that’s no threat, as I could then proceed to evangelize from behind bars. There are precedents. I’m guessing that the other inmates would not be interested in harassing me, knowing that you’re the one who put me in. :-)

Just a question: How is it that there is discrimination against religion even while there is a promotion of riotous, murderous riots, with all their looting and arson and assault?

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Coronavirus: Holy Mass outside? NOT! We just kill the invisible enemy dead.

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The famous “Photo Phil”, one of my parishioners, shared this picture of social distancing that I might put it up on my blog. And here’s a picture yet another parishioner took of how social distancing is going inside our parish church in Andrews:

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After all, this is the smallest parish in North America.

Governor Cooper in North Carolina was smacked down by a Federal Judge because of hateful discriminatory suppression of the free exercise of religion, which encompasses, by the way, freedom of worship as essential, and also free speech with religious and natural law formation of conscience even intervening in politics as that which is guaranteed. But Governor Cooper saw fit to insist that being in a church is unsafe (whatever of being inside a State owned ABC Liquor Store from which the Governor profits). Governor Cooper says that the air is bad inside a church. Really?

Let me respond to the Governor who is ignorant of what we, and I assume many, have done over the years with our heating and air conditioning units. On both campuses of this parish and in our Social Hall in Andrews, a retired NASA engineer installed super-strong ultraviolet light that kills mold spores as the air moves through the system so that the spores of more or less just a micron or two in size are instantly killed on the fly. This applies to a virus all the more. Nothing gets past the UVC lamp and lives:

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We have the cleanest air in the world.

From Wikepedia: A germicidal lamp is an electric light that produces ultraviolet C (UVC) light. This short-wave ultraviolet light disrupts DNA base pairing, causing formation of pyrimidine dimers, and leads to the inactivation of bacteria, viruses, and protozoa.

In other words, the air inside the church is much more pure than any air out in a parking lot, no matter how hot the air coming from any back-mountain preacher-man like myself. :-)

Go ahead, Governor Cooper. Make an example of us despite the Federal Judge. I’ll have your ass [apologies to donkeys all] trotted before the Department of Justice in D.C. faster than you could read further insults to hypocrites proffered by the likes of the greatest of all prophets, Saint John the Baptist, and by the God-Man, Christ Jesus, Himself. I bow to the modus operandi not of the governor, but of the very Son of the Living God. I mean, I can list more insults coming from His lips to those who would suffocate religious rights. Do I really have to?

And then we can move on to the Old Testament. Need I do that, speaking of, say, she-camels and the like? ;-)

  • People speak of honey catching more flies…. blah blah blah…
  • People speak of being “nice”… blah blah blah

Besides John the Baptist and Jesus, I respond by recalling a modern saint:

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Coronavirus quarantine road blocks, checkpoints, thinly veiled threats: part 2

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Update to Part 1 which was about what is happening up in Graham County regarding checkpoints: It was said that people who are resident outside of Graham County will no longer be allowed on Highway 28, then 143, then 129 (or vice versa) when the Nantahala Gorge closure would be opened. Well, now the landslide has been partially cleared and the Gorge is now open again, albeit still with one way traffic regulated by an automatic traffic light and cameras, thus enabling people to entirely bypass Graham County. If you drive up to a Graham County checkpoint and you are not from the county, if you do not have a deed to your property in Graham County in your car with you (literally), you will be turned away forthwith. Yep. Pay attention. For my part, I do have a “Green Card”, it being that I’m the pastor of the Mission Church up in Robbinsville.


Meanwhile for Part 2 down here in Andrews of Cherokee County:

The pictures in the slideshow above were taken the other day. The circumstances of the roadblocks have been changing daily, even hourly. You gotta work in view of contingencies, right? Yes. So, what you see here may or may not be what you see if you are out and about near Andrews. I don’t have overview or any extra special insight regarding these road blocks as I don’t know all the facts, not having oversight. That’s not my purview. That’s for our elected leaders. I may be the Police Chaplain, but that has nothing to do with the barrels and cones.

But I will say this: I’ve been doing a bit of “accompaniment” of some of those present at the road blocks or checkpoints. It’s mighty interesting to see the different reactions of people:

  • Some, say 5%, are a bit perturbed but behave themselves at that moment, entirely polite. Fine. This is smart. Don’t talk yourself into a citation for public disturbance. That’s never a good idea. Never. But there’s always someone… But so far, no one for this as far as I know. :-)
  • By far the vast majority of people, say 90%, are happy go lucky, happy in their own lives and not wanting to make others unhappy. They know they are essential workers and local residents and that there will be no problem at all. All goes very quickly for them and very smoothly. All good.
  • Some, say 5%, hold up any traffic by going out of their way to thank those manning the check points for their service and, if they have been delivering food or gasoline from elsewhere, going back and forth through these check points, they make sure to also add that they wish that the same precautions would be taken in their own home town. They see more mayhem where they are from. And where they are from there are no check points. There may be a lesson there.

The thinly veiled threats have, as far as I know, disappeared entirely just over these few days. The streets and highways are emptying out where we are. People are staying at home as they see the mortality rates go up in surrounding areas. Sometimes it just takes people longer to “get it.” That’s fine.

The next couple of weeks may see plenty of deaths if the charting relative to our stats and that of other countries has any relevance at all. These will be because of infections that took place already some days or weeks ago as we now reap the spread of the virus by the tender snowflakes who feel ever so entitled to spread the virus to others because it’s just an authoritarian rule not to do so.

Of course, I suppose I’m picking on the entitled generation too much. We’re basically all the same in our fallen human frailty. At the railroad block pictured in the slideshow above, when taking that picture, I witnessed an entirely elderly geezer get out of his truck, move the barrels aside, drive through, and then neatly replace the barrels, continuing on his way, I’m sure quick happy to be so clever. What-eeeeh-verrrrrrr!

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Coronavirus quarantine road blocks, checkpoints, thinly veiled threats: part 1

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I am impressed. The cement barrier on the left is resting on a vertical cement wall holding up the road. The mountain at that point is impossibly steep, not able to be traversed. The barrier on the right also makes it impossible for motorcycles, ATVs, etc. No one in or out.

A bit too enthusiastic up in Graham County, the entirety of which lies in my parish, which also comprises half of Cherokee County and half of Macon County. Graham, jumping the gun, went a bit too far, and the County was forced to remove the impossibility factor of the barrier in favor of emergency vehicles being able to pass by.

In lieu of such extremes, we have such as this at the Topton entrance to Graham County, which only has something like four roads in and out of the entire county:

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This setup is quite well thought out. There are warning signs, cones, plank-stands, plastic barriers, concrete barriers, a tent with table and chairs for nasty weather conditions. And for personnel, we have three:

  • One deputy in a slime-green vest who checks ID
  • Two deputies to provide security for the interface officer, as well as enforcement, and, I’m sure transportation of rebellious sovereign citizens, anti-government militia members, et alii.

I had to have a chat with our Vicar Forane in Bryson City yesterday, before the Governor’s lock-down of the entire state of North Carolina went into effect at 5:00 PM. I got to talking with the checkpoint crowd to and fro. Very friendly. The identical set-up is to be found at the Swain-Graham border up on Highway 28.

On my way back, I stopped at the tax assessors office at the courthouse in Robbinsville, County Seat of Graham County, and got me a Green Card, so to speak, a non-resident pass to enter Graham County (where our mission church lies) even though the rectory is in Cherokee County. I wonder if I’ll have to do the same for Clay and Macon Counties. I want to be able to pass freely throughout the region in order to do up the Last Rites for my parishioners and those of surrounding parishes when their priests, for whatever reason, are not able to respond to calls. Here’s the placard to be placed visibly up front of the vehicle:

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I’m compliant. Some think that’s a good idea. Some think it’s downright anti-American. Whatever you think, it’s good for me in that I’m interested in doing the priest-thing, providing the sacraments to those whom I am able to reach. Clever as a snake and – hopefully – as innocent as a dove. (I’ll have to work on the latter with Jesus!)

There are, apparently – rumors being what they are – some who are saying with, um, a bit of an edge to it, that they are sick and tired, just really, really fed up with any restriction whatsoever in favor of public safety. “IT’S UNCONSTITUTIONAL!”

Here’s the deal: Law Enforcement is at risk enough without people ramping it up. If someone attacks Law Enforcement, you gotta know that pretty much all LEOs in a region are gonna hunt the knucklehead down, rightly so. At that point, it’s no longer about discussion of policy. It’s about whether one guy can take out all Law Enforcement of a region. Hint: It can’t be done.

And if Militias ramp it up, that’s when the full force of the National Guard will come into play. Thinking of smacking down Law Enforcement? Ain’t gonna happen. Don’t do it.

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Primary Super Tuesday in NC

“001” — Yours truly was the first to vote this morning. 6:30am to the second. I’m writing this at an 8:30am appointment @100 miles away in East Asheville.

It’s one of those “Day Off” things today. All sorts of appointments today one contingent on another.

I wanted to put up this rather in-your-face bragging about voting since I’m aghast that apparently a bishop (not mine!) Suggested strongly to his priests that they NOT vote lest it be later discovered which party priests might belong.

Decades ago, I had always heard that it would be a matter for Confession if one did not vote. Anyway, I voted! Looking up candidates’ names is a revelation.

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Things that make me laugh, or not. Better than all levity is this…

Yep. Sorry. I guess I’m uncharitable. I laughed out loud when I heard the pencil neck comment. It was the intonation. And then it got worse, or… better. Hahaha. Sorry. Having said all that:

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Meanwhile, there are those who send me bits and pieces from SNL. I’ve never in my life ever found anything on SNL funny, just terribly sad. They all seem depressed, desperate, lost, expert in all that which is truly evil and bad and therefore deathly boring. That has always been my opinion, since it came on the air until now.

Meanwhile, anyone plying any sexual innuendo trying to be comical I also surmise to be depressed, desperate, lost, expert in all that which is truly evil and bad and therefore deathly boring.

It’s not that I’m virtuous, mind you. No. Not at all. But, as a priest, I do come across situations which are truly evil – straight out of hell – and those almost always involve abuse of the sex, and abuse of others, including minors by way of sex. I see the destruction of lives. Not good. Really evil.

More than that, personally, I’ve already written about how I was unwittingly made into the kiddie-porn star when I was a little kid. So, no, I don’t find that kind of thing humorous. Even if people are way the other way, so that they are so jaded by the horror of the aggression of the world in these matters that they make a joke so as to be sarcastic with the stupid ways of the world, still, even then, it is better to concentrate on the things that are above, not on those below.

  • It is better to hidden with Christ in God (see Colossians 3:3).
  • It is better to be built together into a dwelling place of God in the Spirit (see Ephesians 2:22)

What is better than all mere levity is true humor, which necessitates a sense of irony before the Sacred Mysteries: God would use the likes of us specifically in our fallen human nature to evangelize His goodness and His truth, His kindness and His truth, His respect for others and His truth. Did I say truth? Did I mention how it’s ironic to us because of our fallen human nature that we find it odd that justice and mercy are but one in God? When we get a hold of this even just a little bit in our lives it is an occasion for great joy in the Holy Spirit. This joy is seen in this great smile of Hilaire Belloc:

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“But this IS my smile.”

The humor that he’s smiling about so enthusiastically is this bit he wrote about irony, specifically Christian Irony. When you read this – as some of you have done many times – remember to keep Jesus and Him crucified front and center, or else you won’t understand in the least what Hilaire is saying.

  • “To the young, the pure, and the ingenuous, irony must always appear to have a quality of something evil, and so it has, for […] it is a sword to wound. It is so directly the product or reflex of evil that, though it can never be used – nay, can hardly exist – save in the chastisement of evil, yet irony always carries with it some reflections of the bad spirit against which it was directed. […] It suggests most powerfully the evil against which it is directed, and those innocent of evil shun so terrible an instrument. […] The mere truth is vivid with ironical power […] when the mere utterance of a plain truth labouriously concealed by hypocrisy, denied by contemporary falsehood, and forgotten in the moral lethargy of the populace, takes upon itself an ironical quality more powerful than any elaboration of special ironies could have taken in the past. […] No man possessed of irony and using it has lived happily; nor has any man possessing it and using it died without having done great good to his fellows and secured a singular advantage to his own soul.” [Hilaire Belloc, “On Irony” (pages 124-127; Penguin books 1325. Selected Essays (2/6), edited by J.B. Morton; Harmondsworth – Baltimore – Mitcham 1958).]

[Deadpan statement:] So, you might say, Hilaire Belloc is hilarious.

[Then: wait for it…]

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2020 Census LGBTQ Latinx gerrymandering to sway 2020 election

Those are a couple of screen shots from my phone. Here’s part of a text of an email:

“Dear Father George- The 2020 Census North Carolina Partnership Specialists leading our Latinx and Hispanic population initiative are conducting a conference: Fostering Latino Census 2020 Engagement through Community Partnerships.

I asked Latinos in my parish what “Latinx” means. They had no idea. I looked it up. Apparently, the grammatical “o” / “a” at the end of some Spanish vocabulary is too offensive to tender snowflakes gender-bender political power bullies such that an “x” replaces the “o” (“masculine”) or “a” (“feminine”). Just “x”.

So, did you get that? The Census Bureau for the 2020 Census has been and is and will promote a “Latino Census”, but the ideological push behind this is all about drumming up representation of the LGBTQ to the end of not only reapportioning government programs but also for the realignment of political districts. Gerrymandering LGBTQ power groups are now more empowered by the Census Bureau.

Being a rather conservative and outspoken “community leader trusted by the Latino community,” as I was personally told – face to face – by the delegated representative of the U.S. Census Bureau in Washington Heights, Maryland, a stone’s throw from Washington, D.C., that my participation in the 2020 census was vitally important.

It was said that I was the very first contacted in the entire region (centered in Atlanta) to help the Census Bureau get 100% compliance up here in Western North Carolina.

I’m expected to find regional Census workers for employment and promote just how acceptable and wonderful the Census is for everyone.

However, whenever I have a question about something – and I have plenty about the manipulation of Census data – I play the situation until further information is to be had, such as this Latinx thing.

The Rep payed me a second face to face visit. I baited this Rep with an out-of-the-blue question, asking if part of the toolbox for Census work was gaming theory (you know, the ultra genius theory of economics between competing nations). This instantly made the Rep furious and I was informed forthwith that the Rep knew everything there is to know about gaming theory. I think the smile given with such gritting teeth on the Rep’s part while stating doctoral accomplishments must have broken the Rep’s entire mouthful of teeth. So pleasant! So nice! Creepy.

Accuse me of being bad and evil. My baiting is what it is. And now I know enough not to get involved with what seems to be a manipulation of the political system of these very United States of America.

And if you think I’m insulting LGBTQ Latinx people, think again. Why is it thought that LGBTQ and Latinx must be members of the Democrat Party? Isn’t that a bit prejudicial? Isn’t that a bit racist? Are there no independent thinkers among LGBTQ Latinx “communities.” Are they all robots? Are they all controlled by white elitist big money? Are the democrats historically the worst of the worst when in comes to racism. Yes, they are. Look it up. It’s horrific.

I had also asked specifically about the gerrymandering efforts and I was merely told that this was a talking point. Period. No talking, just a stating of the fact that it is a talking point. No answer. Because there is no answer. To see the question posed well (and this is what I sent as my question), see, for instance:

Researchers question U.S. Census Bureau’s new approach to privacy

I asked about non-compliance and penalties, such as huge fines and prison time. I was told that “We don’t do that anymore.” When I pressed a bit, I was told, and this time I took this as a threat: “If someone doesn’t comply, it is against the law, and this will stand against them.” In other words, such felonies will be on your record and will work against your rights as a citizen, such as the 2nd amendment. Try and renew any concealed carry permit, or try to buy a gun in the first place and you’ll be denied. After all, you’ll probably be out of cash, and you’ll probably be in prison.

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“Elections” and choosing who wins

Town of Lake Santeetlah Election

The paper in fact reported that the vote was basically unanimous for Diana Simons. Note that she was a write-in candidate. Total landslide for her. And then this email was sent out. Some of the locals were wondering why on earth one would have an election and then afterward say that the election is totally irrelevant to the election. I’m sure that there will be an explanation that will satisfy the town officials.

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Shapeshifter Bernie-burned by “USA”

Gazillionaire Bernie wanting everyone waiting in line for a crumb of bread – a good thing in his own words – getting burned by USA. Sorry, but I laughed out loud. A lot.

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UPDATE: U.S.A.: Innocent Until Proven Guilty. // FBI’s Mueller: Pfft.

Let’s make an analogy with priests. If priests are accused, it is the very accusation which is the proof. That’s it. Settlement made. Throat slit. Money paid out.

Let’s turn that around again. I wonder who’s been on the take in the FBI, getting paid by other backers of chaos, like, say, perhaps, George Soros. Follow the money.

At any rate, it seems that Mueller didn’t write the report. It really seems he’s starting to suffer from Dementia and/or Alzheimers. I see it  quite a bit. It was the way the face contorted. On a human level, I felt sorry for him.

Having said that, the principle that “one is innocent until proven guilty” must be upheld. There is no one who can prove their innocence, and even if they could, there will be no one to listen, for the one who listens has already decided for guilt for having already accepted the impossible burden for the defendant of proving his innocence. For instance, when it was objected that a defendant already proved his innocence by having been born after the alleged crime is said to have occurred, the judge said that that is irrelevant. Get it?

There are those in the FBI who may well have committed treason. One has to take a close look also at Brennan and Clapper. Just. Wow.

Update:

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Dems: Damn thoughts & prayers

Dems Debate Version One was all about ideology over against individual persons. Representative was the ever mindlessly recited sound bite of damning of thoughts and damning prayers which are held to be necessarily exclusive of actions. A straw man. Who does that? Thus, this is war cry against God and neighbor just to do it.

Thoughts: In other words, you are traumatized in solidarity with your neighbor who is suffering and you are taking that hurt into your own heart, carrying that, being burdened with that in all solidarity in a very personal way so as all the better to fill that need as if it were your own need, the old “love your neighbor as yourself” golden rule and commandment of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This is the very definition of mercy. Is mercy evil. The Dems damn mercy and God and neighbor.

Prayers: We are all creatures of our Creator. Shouldn’t we, as weak creatures, turn to our Creator as expected by the very act of the creation of persons of free will? Yes, we should. Yes, we must.

Thus: The very act of love of God is simultaneous to the very act of love of neighbor, and that act of love of neighbor demands doing what we can for our neighbor in need. What’s the problem with that? That helps society by definition. That fills the need by definition. Why be against that for all these past years? The answer is only that this is arrogant and total hatred of both God and neighbor.

Challenge: I would like to see all those who condemn solidarity and prayer join up with volunteer fire departments, join up with law enforcement, with EMS, with the soup kitchen… Those most vocal in condemnations of thoughts and prayers, in my experience right around the world, are all about ideology, not about action. Oh, the irony. This was first starkly pushed in my face by an ideologue in Nicaragua. Meeting with him in a Marxist book store/coffee shop was a prerequisite to bringing medicine to clinics. And then the clinics were taken over by the Marxists anyway. That’s how it works when condemning solidarity and prayer.

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Turtles, snails, EPA, DOJ, and… Jesus!

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It is said that this guy’s species is vulnerable, not quite endangered, but getting there. Near the hermitage, Box Turtles are everywhere to be seen. Like the turtle pictured above, they eat snails, raw. I guess you would have to call that poisonous Sushi or badly prepared Escargot.

If he’s eating a vulnerable snail, I wonder… if it went to DOJ prosecutors as handed over by SWAT teams from the deep-state EPA, which one would be protected more, the turtle or the snail. You’d have to kill the turtle to get the snail, which is already mortally wounded… So… Let’s spend billions of dollars on litigation while the whole rest of the world is going to hell and both the turtle and the snail die anyway! All so very absurd. I’m sure you can make analogies…

Meanwhile, in the Church, regardless of whatever improvements in policy are being made or not in regard to the abuse crisis over decades of more of the same abuse of authority, the ONE WHO IS IMPORTANT, JESUS, IS STILL NOT MENTIONED FOR MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS. How has that worked out? How’s the Church doing with that?

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Abortion Tax, Commerce Clause: Jesus in the womb…

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The Dems want to get rid of the Hyde Amendment; the Dems want to force all Americans, despite moral and religious beliefs, to buy the services of Planned Parenthood across the United States even if they don’t want to do that. Isn’t that a violation of the commerce clause?

Pretty much 100% of Democrats want to rip children to death in the womb up to birth and rip children to death during birth and rip children to death after birth discussing how many years old the “tissue” has to be before it’s called a human being with rights.

To vote for Dems is to vote for Satan. Dems voted any mention of God out. They can’t tolerate the God of Life: “god-damn God” they shriek. I’ve always been told by the pro-aborts all around that they worship a different god. Yep. That would be right. It’s not about “women’s rights.” It’s about arrogant demonic power.

But the True God was in the womb. He will be fierce with those who destroy life in the womb. The painting above depicts Mary moments after the miraculous conception of Jesus (in yellow) greeting Elizabeth (in red, now six months with John the Baptist).

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Analyzing Strzok’s capacity to lie. The deadpan declaration: “I am America.”

Analysts love declarations. There are certain declarations that are stand-alone, and which simply cannot be voiced unless you mean them in any and all contexts or regardless of any particular context whatsoever. They reveal a helluvalot about a person.

Here’s Peter Strzok declaring away to Tray Gowdy at 5’38″…

“The American electorate I respect in their decisions and their right to vote is absolutely a cornerstone of our democracy so at no time did I insult or call into question the judgment or the power of the American electorate.”

And he later repeats a version of that. It’s ingrained into him.

It’s all in the “so.” The “so” inescapably indicates that Peter Strzok believes that he, personally, is America. But this is not the Patriotism of which he thinks he is the definition. Instead, this is, for him, about his inability to do wrong. This, my friends, is as cynical as it gets. It’s a licence to kill. It’s a licence to betray one’s country as doing so could not possibly be considered betrayal by him: he IS America.

There are plenty of false patriots who say: “I love America and I’m the most patriotic person ever and I embody all that America is.” No. That doesn’t work.

It needs to be added instantaneously that there is an ever present possibility that we can fall short, we are able to betray. It is this honesty and humility which keeps one sharp, frosty, and, indeed, able to see ever so easily how it is that this or that person is at the verge of or has already betrayed America and is a danger.

Anyone who embodies the “so” principle of Peter Strzok cannot be trusted.

Do the analogy. The person who, in the spiritual life says to himself that he is doing just fine and is strong because he hasn’t killed anyone in a long time or ever and that makes him all good is a fraud. The person who by the grace of God is in humble thanksgiving before the Lord gets it, knowing that he could fall at any time into whatever lack. Holiness is about the Lord creating us as His friends: “I call you friends.” The trust is not in ourselves but in Jesus. Jesus I trust in you.

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🔴 Trump: Health Care and Religious Conscience Rights Super Victories! Decades of battles won all at once!

If any POTUS did all the things Trump did on just this one day – the things Trump mentioned during his speech during the ceremonies for the National Day of Prayer on May 2, 2019 – that POTUS would do more for the Church than all others put together. But Trump does this kind of thing frequently.

It’s all spectacular, but for the conscience rights items, start at minute 16:55″ and go to minute 21:25″. Absolutely stunning.

Some things:

  • No hate!
  • Conscience rights for the free exercise of religion: religious liberty
  • Payed time off for religious holy days for Federal employees
  • Conscience [particularly Pro-Life conscience] rights for:
    • Physicians
    • Pharmacists
    • Nurses
    • Students
    • Faith based charities
  • “Every child born and unborn is a sacred gift from God”
  • Preserve central role of faith based adoption and foster care agencies to care for vulnerable children while following their deeply held beliefs. !!!
  • Give former inmates a second chance on life [This is the famed STEP program]
  • Faith based carers for Federal prisoners.
  • Faith based addiction recovery programs. [working also for non-addictive pain killers]
  • On and on…

These have been fights we have been having for decades and Trump has won them all for us in one day.

THANK YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP!!!

 

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Trump: “We don’t worship politicians. We worship God.”

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Some of our ecclesiastical leaders would do well to say something like that:

Bishops and priests: “We don’t worship bishops and priests. We worship God.”

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Peter Strzok and lover Lisa Page compromising national security

The great Catherine Herridge reports that Strzok-Page texts suggest using post-election briefing to gather information on Trump team.

To be specific, as she reports, this is nine days after the presidential election, FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page exchanged texts about “using briefings to the Trump team after the 2016 election to identify people they could “develop for potential relationships,” track lines of questioning and “assess” changes in “demeanor” – language one GOP lawmaker called ‘more evidence’ of irregular conduct in the original Russia probe.”

“Irregular conduct”? This is not just about spying on the new Trump administration. These briefings were informational national security sessions which either lay foundations for the incoming administration to prepare responses entrusted to them by the voting public or are routine but just as important as informational sessions on national security matters. If that very information is skewed by way of counterintelligence trickery of exaggeration or lack or with fishing by way of adding names or places or circumstances or pressures, as is the impossibly inescapable modus operandi of someone like Peter Strzok who spent his entire life doing this kind of thing, well, in that case, our national security has been compromised since the very beginning. Those informational briefings necessarily must be entirely trustworthy. But clearly they are not. This is playing not just with these USA, but with geopolitical viability. This is not just giving aid and comfort to the enemy, it actually points to Strzok being — what?

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Ilhan Omar: Jesus was not a Jew

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Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., says that Jesus, Son of Jesse of the House of David, Jew of Jews, is not a Jew, the very Lion of the Tribe of Judah.

That’s like saying Ilhan Omar doesn’t cover for terrorists, you know, some people who did something.

Just my opinion, but I think Jews should stop voting for democrats. No, really.

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Barr’s Bombshell Binneyless, for now

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Rod Rosenstein went way out of his way to discredit Bill Binney, not by name, not by dissing Bill’s speed-of-data-transfer demonstrations, but by way of providing another (and impossible) methodology of the spying done on the DNC.

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My question is: “Why is that?” I doubt Rod is a computer freak. He was advised. Who?

I suggest Dyncorp International Llc, perhaps at an outpost in Pensacola, repeat the repeatable demonstrations of Bill Binney. Just sayin’…

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