Anons accuse Barr of un-American conduct (and other stories)

Aside from the Barr story, there are numerous stories of bad behavior.

Aside from all the glum stuff, the “MyPillow” CEO claims that Trump will be President again before 2024.

But before we get to that, we have a whole lot of glum stuff.

Top story:

In a display of confidence that he will soon overturn the 2020 presidential election and return to power, Donald J. Trump, and Jeffrey Rosen, who served as acting AG in the final days of Trump’s presidency, has authored a sealed indictment charging former Attorney General William Barr with High Crimes and Misdemeanors against America and its citizenry, according to a source in Trump’s orbit.

The indictment, our source said, details several specific charges. They include, but are not limited to, defrauding the American people, treason, conspiring with the enemy, sedition, displaying cowardice before the enemy, conspiring with the enemy, bribery, and money laundering.

Trump’s first inkling that Bill Barr switched teams occurred on 1 December when the former AG publicly disputed Trump’s proven claims of election fraud. Despite vast evidence of Democratic criminality, Barr declared the US Justice Dept. uncovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud, adding that Trump’s attempt to subvert election results violated the US Constitution and weakened democracy.

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Boy, those Americans sure love their helicopters; perhaps one day we will look back and understand why

American civilians have been commenting on the unusually high number of military helicopters that have suddenly taken to the air.

This, and dozens of other stories, below the fold:
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Race hustling is a cult

DiAngelo is in the news for race hustling.

E. H. Hail, writing at “Hail to You,” wrote a beautiful piece about race hustling as a cult.

A character study of Robin DiAngelo, the woman behind “White Fragility,” is in order.

What follows is an investigation into DiAngelo’s family origin, childhood and adolescence, Lost Years, personality, some on career and education and relationships but with a personal focus. Novel sources and hard-to-find information extensively used.

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What do the Q researchers speculate about?

I don’t think that I can ask “what do Q researchers believe?” because the group of people that research Q is heterogeneous; individual Q researchers disagree with each other.

However, the following seems to be somewhat representative of many Q researchers.

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The American middle class and its tribulations in 2021

Current blogger mood:

Notable American writers also contributed:

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Some of my favorite American music

Let’s talk about Jodi Shaw at Smith College:

Jodi Shaw was, until this afternoon, a staffer at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. She made $45,000 a year – less than the yearly tuition at the school.

She is a divorced mother of two children. She is a lifelong liberal and an alumna of the college. And she has had a front-row seat to the illiberal, neo-racist ideology masquerading as progress.

In October 2020, after Shaw felt that she had exhausted all her internal options, she posted a video on YouTube, blowing the whistle on, what she says, is an atmosphere of racial discrimination at the school.

“I ask that Smith College stop reducing my personhood to a racial category. Stop telling me what I must think and feel about myself,” she said.

“Stop presuming to know who I am or what my culture is based upon my skin color. Stop asking me to project stereotypes and assumptions onto others based on their skin color.”
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