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By Patrick Van Roy On January 21st, 2021 at 2:54 am

In his first day the destruction of America begins.

Putting us in the Paris Climate Accords, killing our economy and making us dependent on fuel from the Middle East. Refinancing the Chinese controlled WHO. Reinstating DACA rewarding illegals, giving them back stimulus money and counting them as voters in the census along with 20 million other Illegals. Lifting of travel ban from TERRORIST supporting countries. Shutdown of all Border Wall Construction. Destruction of Oil, Coal, and LPG production.

In additional executive orders, Mr. Biden began the reversal of a slew of the Trump administration’s environmental policies, including revoking the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline; reversing the rollbacks to vehicle emissions standards; undoing decisions to slash the size of several national monuments; enforcing a temporary moratorium on oil and natural gas leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; and re-establishing a working group on the social costs of greenhouse gasses.

That piece right there destroys the American Economy, places Millions on Unemployment and puts us back at the whims of the Politics of the Middle East.

He has created a Racism Czar who will make sure all white people are discriminated against in all the Federal Government.

The president designated Susan E. Rice, who is the head of his Domestic Policy Council, as the leader of a “robust, interagency” effort requiring all federal agencies to make “rooting out systemic racism” central to their work. His order directs the agencies to review and report on equity in their ranks within 200 days, including a plan on how to remove barriers to opportunities in policies and programs. The order also moves to ensure that Americans of all backgrounds have equal access to federal government resources, benefits and services. It starts a data working group as well as the study of new methods to measure and assess federal equity and diversity efforts.

This is just the beginning of the Mayhem.



By Patrick Van Roy On January 20th, 2021 at 11:19 pm

With the stroke of a Pen


The End of the American Economy



By Pete Moore On January 20th, 2021 at 8:26 pm

Priti Patel says the UK should have closed its borders in March 2020 in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

In a video call obtained by Guido Fawkes, the home secretary told Tory supporters she was an “advocate” of closing the borders 10 months ago.

If only she held one of the primary offices of state and could have done something about it. Our band of racists and xenophobes who advocated closing the borders – me, President Trump, Jacinda Ardern, Australia and the civilised parts of the Orient – had a secret fan in the Cabinet. That ship sailed nearly a year ago. In the meantime maybe she’s consider closing the English Channel?

(I love how the BBC hates Guido Fawkes but is suddenly happy to link to him when Priti Patel has been caught out.)


By Pete Moore On January 20th, 2021 at 6:08 pm

In my country only courts can in any way nullify a criminal conviction. That’s probably why the idea of presidential pardons will always seem odd to my mind. More than odd, such a power in the hands on one overtly political person is both cultish and an obvious opportunity for corruption.

In his last hours in the White House President Trump pardoned a bunch of drug dealers, drug-dealing rappers and corrupt politicians. One of those pardoned is the former Mayor of Detroit Kwame Kilpatrick, a man so corrupt that even Obama balked at giving him a pardon.

Another is the Democratic Party megadonor Salomon Melgen, who performed excruciating and unnecessary procedures on the elderly in the largest ever Medicare fraud. He was also accused by the Obama DOJ of having sex with underage prostitutes.

While these beauties walk Trump had nothing to say about Julian Assange, Edward Snowden or Ross Ulbricht. We know why: Senate Republicans would be furious and they are to be his judge and jury soon.

Whether or not felons are pardoned should have nothing to do with politics, money, personal ambitions and prospects, old friends, back-scratching, chasing media headlines or sending a message.

I know it’s a constitutional power, but why? Can any Americans, people who have always known the practice, explain why presidents ought to have such a power?

Tlaib the Racist

By Patrick Van Roy On January 20th, 2021 at 5:58 pm

In an interview with Democracy Now, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) said that it was President Donald Trump’s white privilege that was keeping him from being convicted.

“I have to be honest, if it was somebody who looked like me, if it was President Barack Obama,” Tlaib said, “it would be no question that he would be held accountable, he would be convicted, he would be removed from office. He would never ever be able to run again. He would never be able to get public benefits. He has truly sent us on a dangerous path that I don’t think is going to go away very easily even after he leaves office.”

The Pipeline

By Patrick Van Roy On January 20th, 2021 at 5:56 pm

(Bloomberg) — The Canadian province that invested $1.1 billion of taxpayers’ money in the controversial Keystone XL project is now considering the sale of pipe and materials to try to recoup some funds.

“If the project ends, there would be assets that could be sold, such as enormous quantities of pipe,” Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said in a press conference Monday. “That would offset construction costs.”

With Joe Biden set to be sworn in this week, the U.S. president-elect’s campaign promise to cancel the crude pipeline’s license is haunting the Canadian oil sands industry. The decision may come via executive action on his first day in office, CBC News reported on Sunday, citing people it didn’t identify.

Meanwhile, the government of Justin Trudeau vowed to defend the project.

Words of Wisdom

By Patrick Van Roy On January 20th, 2021 at 10:00 am

Failed President Never Even Tried

By Phantom On January 20th, 2021 at 12:53 am

Tomorrow,.Donald Trump and his third wife will slither out of town.

There will be no courteous transfer of power, none of one of the best of American national traditions. All has been bitterness, and bitterness will be all that remains for him.

His is a failed presidency. There is no getting around it.

He grossly mismanaged the challenge of the virus, and that caused terrible damage to the economy. There was a net gain of jobs in the administrations of Carter, Reagan, Bush One, Clinton, Bush Two and Obama. And a net loss of jobs under Trump. That’s all on him.

It would take all night to discuss the other failures, including the divisions that he always sought to worsen, the alliances that he damaged, and the insurrection that he sparked, by traitors seeking to overthrow democracy in his name.

The only positive coming out of the past four years is that we have proof that the state and national checks and balances are very strong.

We have had a president who was utterly unqualified, who never tried to do a good job, but we’re still here.

May God bless America.

Farewell fine Sir

By Patrick Van Roy On January 19th, 2021 at 9:57 pm

David Vance in conversation with David Sedgwick

By Patrick Van Roy On January 19th, 2021 at 9:54 pm