AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
Sherlock Holmes has got nothing on you, Patriots. After you recovered from hearing Hail to the Chief played for Mr. Biden, you got busy re-watching the "inauguration" through eagle eyes, seeking and finding all those tiny details which prove that it was a movie, nothing more, recorded before Wednesday, January 20th.
Dr. Charlie Ward first broached this topic yesterday on a Zoom discussion. For those of you unfamiliar with Dr. Ward, he's as British as Stilton but currently resides in Spain, seven hours ahead of where I live in Minnesota. Yet, by 7 a.m. Spanish time (midnight CST) on Inauguration Day, Dr. Ward had already received the "live" video of Biden delivering his "Inauguration" Speech eleven hours in the future.
Here in the States, many people noticed that Joe Biden took the Oath of Office at 11:53 a.m. EST.
Confirmation of Joe's pre-recorded "inauguration" was received by Patrick Byrne from a reporter in Washington D. C. who emphatically stated that there were no inaugural activities in D.C. on Wednesday, January 20th at all.
Suddenly, Lin Wood's parley, "We have one President at a time" from weeks ago makes perfect sense. He knew beforehand that Joe Biden's faux Oath of Office and President Trump's real Oath of Office would overlap by seven hours or more. And just like that, Lin Wood's credibility got an incredible boost.
He wasn't the only one who anticipated hanky-panky with the inaugural dates. On January 18th, a full 48 hours before Inauguration Day, I wrote an article titled Is FOX News Stupid or Has Biden Rescheduled His Faux Inauguration for Tuesday, January 19, 2021?
How's my credibility doin' now, Patriots?
We always knew the "inauguration" was legally as fake as Hell. Now we realize it was ceremonially fake as Hell as well. What we watched was simply a motion picture, shot and re-shot when Biden flubbed his lines. The Devil was in the details and the details are just wrong.
Were you lied to???
Q told us repeatedly we should sit back and enjoy the show. That we should consider reality as merely a movie starring great actors.
We should have taken Q, verbatim, at his word. We thought the arrests would be The Show. Now we're all realizing that e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g is the show, including that phony inauguration movie. (Maybe the movie was the FCC pre-emptive programming sans EBS "beep, beep, beep" we were warned about. Just a theory.)
President Trump (Q+) has never lied to us. He's always been faithful to us. We should be faithful to him.
As my husband and I watched the National Day of Prayer and Repentance, the moment came where Franklin Graham asked the congregation on the National Mall to pray. After a hushed moment, the sound of 50,000 voices raised in prayer swelled in a great din of supplication. Glancing over at Michael, I noticed that he was covered with goosebumps...and he doesn't goosebump easily.
As tears flowed down my cheeks, I had goosebumps on my goosebumps.
Thank God for a nation that prays in the name of Jesus, Amen.
They say that a smile is the shortest distance between two people. But a laugh is even shorter!
When I started this blog, and pivoted it towards America, in the back of my mind, I decided not to hit at President Trump's political opponents...well, not much.
But if they set it up on a tee, well, I just gotta take a swing at it!
Frankly, I almost feel sorry for Joe Biden, whom The Washington Post named "The Lamborghini of gaffes" as he's clearly struggling on the campaign trail. I say "almost" because my empathy goes down to zero after seeing so many videos of him publicly molesting young girls on camera.
That's when the gloves came off. But I don't need to say a word. Joe does the job for me. Here for your reading enjoyment are five of Joe Biden's best gaffes.
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