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Rand Paul gets Black Pilled

The best man in DC was attacked by the commie mob last night.

During his first live interview since being confronted and assaulted outside the White House last night, Rand Paul, the senator who back in June introduced a bill that would end the kind of “no-knock” warrants that contributed to the murder of Breonna Taylor, described the “horrific” experience of being attacked alongside his wife.

“You couldn’t reason with this mob, but I’m actually the author of a law to try and get rid of no knock raids. These people were unhinged. I’m not sure we would have made it.”

At one point, the mob knocked down one of the officers guarding Paul and his wife. Asked about the types of threats, Paul said he heard members of the crowd bray about trying to kill him and his wife. If the police hadn’t been there “we would not be here today, or we would be in a hospital today.”

“I truly believe this with every fiber of my being, had they gotten at us they would have gotten us to the ground, we might not have been killed, might just have been injured by being kicked in the head, or kicked in the stomach until we were senseless,” he explained.

Later in the interview, he said he feared the mob would have “killed us” if the police hadn’t been there to stop them.

“They were inciting a riot and they would have killed us had the police not been there,” he said, before profusely thanking the police who stepped up to protect him.

Toward the end of the interview, Paul said he believes the mob that attacked him was partly comprised of paid protesters who arrived in Washington DC from out of state, and were given money for their accommodations so they could come and protest.

“I believe there are going to be people who are involved with the attack on us that actually were paid to come here, are not from Washington, DC, and are sort of paid to be anarchists.

TN Teachers Don’t Want You To Know What They Teach

Authored by Simon Black via,

Absurdity just went to ’11’…

Teachers are worried you’ll hear what they teach your kids

A Tennessee school district asked parents to sign a form agreeing not to listen in or “eavesdrop” on online classes. 

Parents were not a big fan of this idea, and after a backlash the district backed down.

But this wasn’t the first time schools worried about parents hearing what they are drilling into students’ brains.

One teacher complained on Twitter that virtual classrooms will have “potential spectators… overhearing the discourse.”

Trump To Reduce Troops In Iraq By One-Third

Multiple reports citing Pentagon officials on Friday say up to one-third of all American soldiers will permanently return from Iraq over the next two to three months.

This would bring numbers down from 5,200 to about 3,500 according to Pentagon officials. Trump is in the meantime expected to tout an Iraq withdrawal as a success in ending the wasteful wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. 

The US has occupied Iraq since Bush launched his war in 2003, via CNN.

Of course, we’ve been here before. Prior major drawdowns were stymied after ratcheting events over the past year involving Iran. Despite the official US mission still listed as “anti-ISIS operations” it’s been pro-Iranian Iraqi militias which have kept US occupying forces busy and on edge.

Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, Doug Bandow, says this time America’s presence in Iraq is indeed finally shrinking. Writing in The American Conservative, he holds nothing back in terms of reminding the American public what’s at stake

Guillotine Built By Protesters Outside Jeff Bezos’ House

…to America’s most dedicated leftists, Bezos latest personal wealth milestone was a PR opportunity that couldn’t be passed up. And so a group of crypto-communists purporting to be former Amazon employees constructed a guillotine – yes, an actual working guillotine – outside of Bezos’ home in Chicago.

Officially, the “protest” was organized to call for a $30 minimum wage, which is double the $15 minimum wage that is now in place in some of America’s most costly cities.

Any small business owner – say the owner of a coffee shop – can probably explain why paying someone $30 an hour to pour coffee, or to assemble McDonald’s food, simply isn’t feasible from a business economics perspective, unless American consumers suddenly start queuing up for $20 cups of plain ol’ coffee.

We suspect Chris Smalls, the “former Amazon employee” who led the protest, probably couldn’t offer a similarly thorough economic argument for why people deserve $30 an hour.

“Give a good reason why we don’t deserve a $30 minimum wage when this man makes $4,000 a second,” he said.

Bezos’ base salary is actually a paltry $80,000.

Smalls told the crowd about the long hours he worked at Amazon’s Staten Island shipping center without “adequate” pay (he likely received at least the same $15 an hour that protesters like him were demanding just a couple of years ago, or more). He finally walked out in protest over Amazon’s handling of the coronavirus, and was fired shortly afterward.


Police officers confront a knife-wielding roller skater moments after he stabbed three people.

Police officers confront a knife-wielding roller skater moments after he stabbed three people.

A one-armed, schizophrenic roller-skater allegedly stabbed three bystanders during a psychotic rampage on wheels in the UK in which he thought his family was going to be killed by aliens, according to reports.

Benjamin Bridgeman is on trial on eight charges, including three counts of attempted murder, in the bizarre episode in Bristol on Feb. 25, local media reported.

Brandishing “the biggest kitchen knife” and with an expression like from a “horror film,” Bridgeman – who was born without an arm — is accused of unleashing the terrifying attack in the city’s Knowle area, the Mirror reported.

The defendant had stopped using marijuana for social anxiety a week before the wild incident, telling a psychiatrist a day before the attack that he believed “he was going to be taken away to be sacrificed,” according to the BBC.


  1. I like that Rand Paul seemed to stop and check on the officer who was meant to be guarding him, at about 0:28. You don’t see that from many politicians.

  2. Once you set a minimum wage, why stop? Why is $15, $20 or $30 a magic number? Why not $1000, or $10,000? Wouldn’t it be better if a “living wage” made you a million bucks a year at 30 hours per week?

    Of course given the state of computer technology, cameras, small servomechanical systems and the like, a $30 minimum wage will get us to Harry Harrison’s fully automated burger joint (McSwiney’s, I think?) sooner than we otherwise would. Touch panels don’t mishear orders, and auto burger flippers and drink mix dispensers don’t demand paid holidays. Heck, we’re already at least halfway there on the customer-facing side, what with online ordering and self-serve pickup.

    • the 30 dollars an hour works out to earn you the same amount as the universal basic income that has been coming up a lot lately. think that’s a coinky-dink?

    • Fast food joints around here are well on their way towards touch-screen ordering and app-based ordering. And our minimum wage is only $11 or $12, not $15 or $30. I’m led to understand that restaurants in Seattle and other places that have gone to $15 are even farther down the path.

      High minimum wage laws have a number of benefits for the Left:
      -squeeze teenagers out of the labor market, largely in favor of illegal immigrants. Would you rather hire an entitled suburban 16 yo or a 35 yo Bangladeshi lady with kids to feed?
      -squeeze low IQ and low-skilled people out of the workforce. More welfare dependents, baby!
      -make everyone who can actually get the $15 feel in debt to your party.

      Of course, if we sent all the illegal immigrants home, many entry-level jobs would pay $15 anyway, but that’s beyond the pale.

  3. I do like the bill to end no knock raids,a cop feels life is in immediate danger they do not need a warrant,they can if so inclined to do their job just kick in door/enter a building ect. immediately.

    There have been too many problems/deaths with these raids,including bad info./addresses ect.

    Yes,I am willing to have taxpayer monies used to have a cop watch where ever they have a warrant for a suspect till they come out,can be properly identified and arrested.

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