HIT ME AGAIN. I CAN STILL HEAR HIM

There once was a preacher who was just plain boring. How boring? A man on the back pew became so angry about it that he went outside and got a brick. When he came back in, he threw the brick at the preacher. But it fell short and ended up hitting a man sitting in the front row in the back of his head. The victim stood up reeling, and said, “Hit me again, I can still hear him.” 

Tonight, I felt just like that man. Joe Biden’s speech was pure torture. I just wanted it to stop.

I am a man of God. I am trying to exercise restraint and grant due respect. But there comes a time when the corruption and madness is so beyond the pale that human decorum must be set aside for the sake of truth and decency.

It is difficult to say which part of the speech was the most unbearable. It was as if the father of lies had written the speech.

Was it the outrageous lie at the beginning, where He accused Trump of causing thousands to die of Covid because he was too slow to stop the virus? What a lie! And when you realize that it was Democrats who fought Trump’s efforts, it becomes a vicious lie.

Remember how Biden called Trump a racist for blocking flights to America from China? Remember Fauci telling us that the virus was not going to be a problem for America and that there was no need to take precautions? Remember Nancy Pelosi and Bill De Blasio cheering people on to go to Chinese New Year’s celebrations and to go to restaurants? Remember when they said that the protests should not stop because of the pandemic?

It is absolutely horrible that over 500,000 people have died, but remember―it was the Democrats who had estimated there would be over 2 million deaths. Trump’s valiant efforts helped stem the disaster.

Biden lied about reopening schools. Scientists say that it is safe for children to go back to school right now. Biden wants kids to stay out until the fall.

He boasted that the Covid relief bill was to fight the virus and help Americans. What a lie! 240 million of it goes to the arts—art by the way that is often blasphemous. Nancy Pelosi won 600 million for San Francisco—a city that just voted to defund the police by $160 million.

Millions more go to Blue states–not one dollar to Red states. And more millions go to countries that hate us.

Biden became embarrassing trying to make July 4th a soft reopening for Americans to gather in small groups. He even threatened to shut things down again, if necessary.

But the worst thing he said was that we must unify and trust the government. His exact words were: “Put trust and faith in our government…” Not, “Put faith in God alone,” but trust the government – the very existence of which, now residing in the White House, is based on lies and fraud.

Putting the government in more control of our lives is like having the weasel guard the chicken coop.

As the Pro-Life Evangelicals for Biden found out, Biden does not want unity. He does not keep his word. He does not want the nation to heal. He says what the progressive tyrants who own him want him to say.

Tonight reinforced dreadful news about Biden.  This man did not get here by the will of the people. This man has no clue about what America needs to do.

This is supposedly the leader of the free world. But his painful lecture had no vision, no inspiration, and no hope. It sounded more like he was officiating at the funeral of America.

Only one good thing came out of this travesty. America saw for certain why we need to get to the bottom of what happened on November 3rd. Tonight, America saw the proof. After this dishonest and defeatist speech, it is crystal clear that there is no way this man could have been the people’s choice.

Forget Brian Williams, it’s Hillary’s lie that matters

Forget Brian Williams, it’s Hillary’s lie that matters

In 2008, Hillary Rodham Clinton claimed to have landed in Bosnia under sniper fire. She later recanted her statements. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
In 2008, Hillary Rodham Clinton claimed to have landed in Bosnia under sniper fire. She later recanted her statements.
By Joseph Curl – – Sunday, February 8, 2015

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

One rainy evening, three people walked into a bar and sat down. One was grim, another solemn, while the sole woman among them was absolutely giddy. The bartender poured a few shots of whiskey and said to the trio, “Why so grim, so solemn, so giddy?”

The grim man with squinty eyes and a huge forehead went first. “My life is over. I ‘conflated’ a couple of war stories, said I was aboard a helicopter in Iraq that got shot down when I wasn’t. Now, everything I’ve worked for my whole life is gone.”

“Gee, that’s tough,” said the bartender.

The even more-horse-faced solemn man next to him went next. “I said I won a bunch of medals for honor and bravery as captain of a fast patrol boat in Vietnam, but then all my comrades swiftly said I was lying. I lost the job I really wanted.”

“Damn. Rough. What about you, lady?” the bartender said to the broadly smiling blonde.

“Ha! I once lied and said I outran sniper fire in Bosnia. They even had videotape of me walking calmly across the tarmac to meet a little girl who gave me a poem — a poem! And I’m probably going to be the next president of the United States!”

Let’s get something straight right out of the chute: Brian Williams is just a guy on TV. He’s not even a reporter, he just reads a 20-second intro into a story gathered by real journalists. In Europe, he wouldn’t even be called an “anchor” — a too-lofty term for what he does — he’d be called a “presenter.” Rightly so.

Second, no one elected Mr. Williams to anything. He’s a paid employee (reportedly $10 million a year) at NBC — which also operates the decidedly liberal MSNBC (of course, there’s a lot of crossover between the two). In that way, he’s like a plumber who works for Roto-Rooter: An employee who calls in sick now and then and occasionally has to attend that HR presentation on sexual harassment in the office.

So, here’s the thing: If you don’t like that he lied about being in a helicopter that was hit by an RPG — you have but one way to voice your displeasure: Turn the channel. (And by the way … he most assuredly did “lie about,” not “conflate” the RPG attack. How do you “conflate” the time you weren’t on a helicopter that was hit with an RPG with the time you were on a helicopter that didn’t get hit with an RPG?)

It’s far from clear whether Mr. Williams will survive his now-too-numerous-to-list lies — another whopper comes out every day (like the one about seeing a dead body float by in the French Quarter after Hurricane Katrina, except that the French Quarter never flooded). A few sources inside NBC tell me it’s touch and go: The top brass want to ride out the storm while lower-level managers — you know, the ones who do the real work — say he just can’t stay.

But he’s just a TV personality, another hubris-filled, shallow egotist. NBC doesn’t care what you think, and if they decide he stays, he stays. You don’t have any say in the matter: It’s a corporate issue.

But not at all so for Hillary Rodham Clinton. In March 2008, giving a foreign policy speech on Iraq about her days as first lady and a trip to Tuzla, Bosnia, she delivered an unbelievable tale.

“I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”

So, picture that: Chopper lands, sniper bullets pinging and zinging everywhere, she and her comrades sprinting across the tarmac, perhaps zigzagging to throw off the sharpshooter.

But it didn’t happen. None of it. Right after the speech, she was asked about the sniper fire. “There was no greeting ceremony, and we basically were told to run to our cars. Now, that is what happened,” she lied.

A week later, she changed her whole story, telling the Philadelphia Daily News editorial board that she “misspoke.” Yes, she said that word. When she said snipers had fired at her, when really a little girl had given her a poem, that was her just “misspeaking.”

The next day, she told reporters: “So I made a mistake. That happens. It shows I’m human, which for some people is a revelation.” Ha ha, oh, she’s so lovely — and human.

Oh, and an incredible liar, a valor thief, a fabulist. And dangerous.

Now, Mr. Williams you’re stuck with. But Hillary? She’s different. She’s no employee of some company — she wants to be the top employee of the American people. You’ll decide. Probably best to just say, “Thanks for applying for the job, but we checked your resume and, well, too mendacious. So, don’t call us, we’ll call you.”