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    Author: Fuzzy Slippers

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    Fuzzy Slippers

    I am a constitutional conservative, a writer, and an editor.

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    The Wuhan coronavirus lockdowns and mask orders are purportedly intended to protect people from getting and spreading the virus. However, the trouble with this is the long (long) list of lawmakers, governors, mayors, and others in power who are issuing these job-killing, soul-destroying orders and then carrying on their own lives as if there is no deadly plague sweeping the planet.  Are they suicidal?  Homicidal, even potential serial killers? Or do they know something we don't?

    I've long been an admirer of conservative firebrand Candace Owens. She's a smart as a whip and absolutely fearless champion of conservative principles—of limited government, of the Bill of Rights, and of American values that want to lift up every American of every race, religion, creed, etc. rather than dragging everyone, excepting the leftist political elite and their favored entities, down to an "equitable" level of abject poverty and blind reliance on government for their daily bread.

    The media has been protecting Democrat presidential nominee and former vice president Joe Biden and treating him with kid gloves.  Among other stories, they colluded to smother the New York Post bombshell report on Biden family influence peddling, and they acted like it was perfectly acceptable to ask a presidential candidate what flavor milkshake he ordered on the rare occasions he left his basement to campaign.

    You may (or may not) recall MSNBC producer Ariana Pekary quitting her job back in August and writing an open letter about how commercial networks are a "cancer." She revealed on Twitter Sunday that Democrat presidential candidate Andrew 'Free Money for Everyone' Yang was blacklisted from an MSNBC show called "The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell."

    With the Senate majority hanging in the balance, the two Georgia Senate runoffs in January of great interest to both the left and the right.  As Mike wrote last week, Reverend Raphael Warnock, the Democrat candidate running against Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, spent years defending Obama's anti-Semitic, anti-American pastor Jeremiah 'God d**m America' Wright.

    On Saturday, supporters of President Trump gathered in Washington DC to protest an election that certainly looks suspect and to support the candidate they believe lawfully won. While we don't yet have an official attendance tally for the #MillionMAGAMarch, it is abundantly clear that thousands, perhaps tens—or even hundreds—of thousands, rallied to support Trump and his efforts to have every legal vote counted.
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