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CNBC memory-holes video of guest being an idiot

This morning CNBC had Club for Growth President and former Congressman David McIntosh on to discuss Trump policies.

He was against the border adjustment tax because it's a tax on consumers, but then he said that a strong dollar was also bad for consumers because it made things more expensive at the store!

Sadly, CNBC chopped the video off before the point where the guy beclowned himself.

Mika Brzezinkski lets the mask slip

Once in a while you get shown the light...

MSNBC Anchor: "Our Job" Is To "Control Exactly What People Think"



Brzezinski is the daughter of global elitist Zbigniew Brzezinski, founder of the Trilateral Commission, which Noam Chomsky said was:
concerned with trying to induce what they called ‘more moderation in democracy’ – turn people back to passivity and obedience so they don’t put so many constraints on state power and so on. In particular they were worried about young people. They were concerned about the institutions responsible for the indoctrination of the young (that’s their phrase), meaning schools, universities, church and so on – they’re not doing their job, [the young are] not being sufficiently indoctrinated. They’re too free to pursue their own initiatives and concerns and you’ve got to control them better.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, huh?

Math is hard

So much for the War on Drugs!


A "Number Two?"

Trump vows to "do a big number" on Dodd-Frank regulations.

Happy Inauguration Day!



We gave Obama the benefit of the doubt eight years ago.  How did that work out for us?

Revelation 13:17

Global elites seek to ban cash so that the little people can't trade without official knowledge and approval.

So much for the War on Drugs!

Greenspan's Body Count: Glen and Emi Yamasaki

A decade after the peak of his diabolical, deliberately created housing bubble, the 21st century's most prolific serial killer is still killing.  Less than a month after his most recent murder, Alan Greenspan has killed a married couple in Las Vegas.

Daily Mail:
An elderly couple who died in a joint suicide faced a recent history of credit card debt and other financial troubles, court records reveal.

Emi and Glen Yamasaki, both 63, were seen driving to the fifth and highest floor of the parking garage at the Silverton Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Wednesday night, before they jumped off together, police said.

Discover Bank reached a $15,400 settlement on their credit card debt in early December, and their next-door neighbors sued the couple for $2,400 on December 15, according court records cited by the Las Vegas Review Journal.

[...]

Court records obtained by the newspaper showed the pair had a history of financial troubles.

Discover Bank filed a complaint against the couple in April, and Emi Yamasaki signed an agreement to make monthly payments of $200 on November 4.

A settlement with the bank was reached, and a judgement of $15,400 was entered against the couple on December 2, according to Clark county District Court records.

[...]

The couple had also purchased a home in Sun City Anthem in Henderson, Nevada, in 2005 for about $415,000 - although a filing suggests they were at risk of foreclosure.
Twelve years after Greenspan's bubble, that home Zillows at $384,000.

Greenspan's Body Count stands at 258.

Merry Christmas!



Greenspan's Body Count: Mildred "Dodie" Harrington

This century's most prolific serial killer may have slowed down in his old age, but he still manages a killing on occasion.

Today's episode of Greenspan's Body Count is the sad tale of an old woman alleged murdered for money by her own grandson:
A Texas man accused of murdering his grandmother in her East Dundee home for a share of her inheritance was nearly $162,000 behind on his mortgage and had charged at least $27,100 on her credit card in cash advances in the six months before her death, witnesses testified Friday.

Richard Schmelzer, 44, of Frisco, a Dallas suburb, is charged with fatally stabbing Mildred "Dodie" Darrington in her bed in July 2014.

[...]

Schmelzer was $161,715.92 behind on the mortgage when Darrington, 85, was killed. Schmelzer and his wife took out the loan in February 2007 and were in arrears within 18 months, McCarty testified.
Greenspan's Body Count stands at 256.

Low-information letters to the editor

Joshua Lazerson in The Coast News:
An open letter to Darrell Issa

I have lived in Encinitas for the past 23 years, so you have served as my representative in Congress for the whole of your Congressional career.

Nonetheless, this will be the first time that I have communicated with you, and I am doing so based on the expectation that you will emerge the victor in this season’s congressional district contest.
Issa has been in Congress for 16 years, and has had an extremely high national profile as the Chairman of the frequently news-making House Oversight Committee from 2011 to 2015. But he has only represented Joshua Lazerson's Encinitas since 2013 after district realignment in 2012. Lazerson must have been spending much of that time in Encinitas living under a rock.

But I'm sure the rest of Lazerson's 1700-word lecture on everything from global warming to single-payer healthcare to racial reparations is really insightful.

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