"In this holy season
we thank God for his infinite love
and we pray that the light of his glory
will forever shine on this magnificent land."
~ President Trump
Christmas 2020 was bittersweet for the Trump family as well as for Patriots nationwide, nay, worldwide. It was, and still is, unthinkable that the overwhelming winner of the 2020 election would be celebrating his final Trump Family Christmas in the White House.
But Christmas must go on to honor, not only the Birth of our Savior, but also the People's House and America by making her as beautiful as possible for Christmas.
Remember how wonderful Ottawa was at the height of their Freedom Convoy? My friend, "D," who danced on the frozen streets of Ottawa every weekend during their Convoy, described it as a "Vortex of Love." Even via livestream, you could feel the joy, the love, the determination in every soul to be peaceful and impeccable. Everyone in Ottawa and watching livestreams from around the world were drunk on Liberté! Liberté! Liberté!
Well, my fellow Americans, our Canadian brothers and sisters have nothing on us! Just one week after setting up housekeeping at the Hagerstown Speedway, our Convoy has come together with a wonderful vibe proving we passionate Americans just as joyful, just as loving, just as patient, peaceful and impeccable as our True North kindred. Maybe there's a little less dancing in Hagerstown but hey! It's an older, more arthritic crowd...but I'm sure a bouncy castle is on the way. (Hint! Hint!)
This article is a compilation of just a few of the heart-warming, lump-in-throat inducing tales flowing out of Hagerstown. So fetch a box of tissues cause you're gonna need 'em.
Our story begins with a four-year-old boy, Robert, who donated his allowance, four quarters, to the truckers. Click the thumbnails below to read the whole story and if you don't have tears running down your cheeks then you're made of sterner stuff than I am!
You could say I want to keep the Dickensian jollity of Christmas going by having a good ol' fashioned two-article meme fest instead of ripping the Democrats a new one like I frequently do in my articles. I've ripped 'em enough in 2021.
But the truth is that yesterday, to my Neat Freak horror, I discovered I'd downloaded 4,100 files, mostly memes, thrown willy-nilly into my Download folder and this article is really just the result of organizing them by category. Two thousand three hundred down; one thousand eight hundred to go!
Memes are like music: they side-step the logical side of our minds and speak truth directly to our hearts. One meme can get the point across better than two hundred honeyed words. That's why I usually throw a few memes onto my News Page and stick a few more in the "Leave 'em laughing" section at the bottom of the emails my subscribers receive.
But there are thousands of unshared memes languishing on my hard drive that I simply must share with you and the best ones were inspired by Covid...a topic I hate with a passion. Even sharing Covid headlines goes against my grain while I'm still struggling to understand and reconcile the perfectly preventable deaths of so many Covid victims, including my friend Melissa's father.
Of course, there's nothing funny about the plandemic but the best way to defeat evil is to laugh at it and Covid memes are often hysterical, devastatingly witty or both! You've probably seem some of them before.
Today for your viewing enjoyment are the best Covid memes I packratted away during 2021. Tomorrow's article will contain all the other memes about non-Covid topics from 2021...hundreds of 'em. Click on a meme to magnify it. Right-click and Save to clutter up your hard drive. ;)
Bladder check! Some of these memes will have you ROTFLYAO!
Just to be clear, I'm not a germaphobe anymore. But I was raised to be one. I was in ICU as an infant and sick a lot as a child so it made some sense back then.
Growing up as the only kid in the lunchroom with a HandiWipe in her lunchbag, I knew about germs. It became like my super power. I used to brag, "I can follow a germ from here to the Great Wall of China," a flippant cliché that took on ironic meaning when the China Virus hit our shores.
Maybe it's this "super power" that helped me see the incredible futility of wearing masks and gloves and personal cover-all Teletubby bubbles and whatnot. By the time Americans got around to masking up in Spring of 2020, I'd shed all of those accoutrements as worthless.