Just when I was starting to believe that Twitter’s campaign of censorship to target conservative speech couldn’t get much worse, I was shocked to find that sensible advice on how to “Protect Our Elections,” is now a “violation,” per an expanded “Terms of Service” that now forbids “misleading” Tweets that concern “voting” or “elections.”
July 30, 2019 Updated July 31, 2019 Occupy Democrats Parody
Gilroy Garlic Festival is an annual tradition that draws huge crowds ever since it the first was organized Rudolph Melone in 1979. I had attended this event personally multiple times since the 80’s or 90’s, and, as a matter of coincidence was considering bringing my family this past Saturday July 27. A niece was even invited to work the event on its final day of its 2019 celebration, but instead came to join us at a pool party in nearby Morgan Hill.
Baby Boomers and older GenX are still very much alive in spite of what, by today’s standards, might be counted a miracle of careful driving practices by our parents and the other drivers that shared their American roads.
A regular fixture of Democrat run media, little Scotty Dworkin, aka “Dwarfkin” self identifies as a “Democrat Strategist.” His daily rants on Social Media fill the time when he’s not perched precariously atop what we can only assume must be a specially modified stool to appear level with his media accomplices on most every television network apart from Fox and especially on the home of “Shrill Madcow”, MSNBC.
Upon completing the human genome project the elusive search for a “gay gene” has left the inane “born this way” notions unsupported. Of course twin studies have given a clear enough picture to all but desperate ideologues well before it was ruled out by genetic science.
Epigenetic offered the next great promise for those hanging desperate hopes on pinning “gayness” to some aspect genetic coding to “debunk” the actual science that attributes homosexuality and gender dysphoria to environmental factors. But for those who know how this works, the notion that genes can be adjusted in the face of some stress or trauma is still, squarely in the category of “things that happen in life.”
All indicators are that 100% of homesexuality and most, (if not all,) of gender dysphoria area product of early sexual abuse by a dad, uncle, brother, or whatever other nefarious character imposes inappropriate and harmful sexual attention on a minor.
So this means that most are sexual abuse survivors. The destructive and vile LGBT movement is born of pedophilia and ultimately ends with it. And it makes sense that sexual abuse victims act out on a new generation of victims as part of a vicious and ugly cycle.
Whereas those suffering unfortunate proclivities and that indulge in unseemly habits may deserve compassion, particularly when their illness was born of being victimized, themselves as children, the absurd circus of so-called “gay marriage,” is all about granting these deviants access to vulnerable children that are very much placed at risk in such an environment.
First it’s wrong to deprive a child from either a mother or a father on purpose. And that’s exactly what LGBT wants to do by counting “married” same sex couples as equally qualified as adoptive parents.
More importantly there’s extremely high risks associated with placing children in the care of victims of pedophilia. Like most groups of victims, they are presented a fundamental underlying psychological “choice” of either carrying on life in continuation of victimhood, or as a predator.
The incremental push to legalize marijuana might seem, on the surface, and particularly to Libertarians as a positive. Most have evolved to regard the “weed,” related plants and all of its derivatives as medicinal, healthful, and a superior way to “chill” than alcohol.
Alex Berenson embraced many if not all of the notions above, but ultimately found himself on a journey of discovery that brought him to unexpected and profound realizations. I had first heard Alex speak of his new book on Dr. Michael Savage’s program, and was rather surprised by his assertions that young users under 25 were vulnerable to serious long term health consequences including schizophrenia and bipolar disorders.
On a recent broadcast of Dr. Michael Savage, a seemingly sharp and sensible NY Times writer was given opportunity to promote his new book on immunology. Dr. Savage is greatly interested and seemed very pleased for the chance to host a discussion on a field that’s very much aligned with his own interest and expertise.
The author, Mr. Matt Richtel, began with a story of a personal friend whom was among the first to experience a significant remission in an otherwise fatal cancer, by defeating cancer’s dirty trick that ordinarily sends “stand down” signals to an immune system that might otherwise attack most any abnormal tissue.
Now he did also caution that the immune system can be something of a pandoras box, and unleashing its powers can also be a dangerous business. The combination of his interesting statements and Dr. Savage’s introduction, definitely had me keenly interested in their conversation and ultimately left me with a desire to learn more. And who wouldn’t want to learn of a possible tweak to turn our own immune system to defeat cancer?