Pipelines, rockets, freakouts, eunuchs — everybody talk about pop music

That title won’t make much sense without a musical accompaniment.

“Pop Muzik” is a 1979 song by M, a project by English musician Robin Scott, and his wife at the time, Brigit Novik. It’s not enough that this blog reports the news. This blog must associate the news with meme-worthy bits of cultural flotsam and jetsam.

To elaborate on the blogpost title, everyone has been hearing about the gasoline pipeline that got shut down with ransomware, and everyone has been hearing about the rockets being fired in Israel. So for purposes of this post, I’m assuming that you are bored of those stories already and want something new.

Gasoline pipeline attack:


Israeli rockets:

Israeli Fierce Response To Rockets Rain From Gaza (Videos)

Crooked cop:

Cop Gets 5 Years for Using Badge to Run Fentanyl Ring, Causing Fatal Overdose

Judge refuses to recuse:

Judge Who Dismissed Two of Lin Wood’s Post-Election Lawsuits Won’t Recuse Himself from Wood’s Case Against the Georgia Bar

Republicans angry at Fauci:


Bannon has a witness against Fauci who is willing to talk:

Dominion vote fraud:

Arizona Election Officials Finally Make An Admission


Angry vets:


National Security, Military Vets Demand CIA Director Resigns Over Chinese Communist Party Links, Lies to U.S. Senate.


A Dispatch from Club Tropical Excellent

Mexican cartels:




Direct Evidence of Intentional Dominion Ballot Counting and Tabulation Fraud Submitted to Court in Michigan Following Forensic Audit of Antrim County Ballot Counting Systems


Smoking Gun Emails Reveal How Milwaukee Shared Government Election Data with Far Left Groups – Prove Existence of Massive Ballot Harvesting Operation –WITH UPDATE

Smoking Gun Emails Reveal How Milwaukee Shared Government Election Data with Far Left Groups – Prove Existence of Massive Ballot Harvesting Operation –WITH UPDATE

PDF briefs can be read here

CDC: As many people have died from Covid-19 vaccines as ALL vaccines in last 20 years COMBINED

(CONSERVATIVE PLAYBOOK) – There have been nearly as many deaths from complications following inoculation with the so-called Covid-19 “vaccines” as there have been for all previous vaccines total since Jan. 1, 2001. In fact, the data are five days old so the gap, which was at four on May 3, has almost certainly been bridged.

According to the CDC website: “Over 245 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the United States from Dec. 14, 2020, through May 3, 2021. During this time, VAERS received 4,178 reports of death (0.0017%) among people who received a COVID-19 vaccine. CDC and FDA physicians review each case report of death as soon as notified and CDC requests medical records to further assess reports.”

The website went on to boldly proclaim that a “review of available clinical information, including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records has not established a causal link to COVID-19 vaccines.” This is important medical editorializing so as not to scare people. The CDC has a vested interest in getting as many people vaccinated as possible, so even when burying the important data about deaths at the bottom of a page intended to assuage concerns over these experimental drugs, they did so with every intention of making people take it.

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One month before the anniversary of the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty

Another day, another PRC spy. At least this one is better-looking than some, although she suffers badly from “That Ho Over There” face.






Interviewer questions how money was moved through embassy:



Withheld routers the latest of many roadblocks to Arizona Senate’s audit of 2020 election

County attorney claims routers present “security risk,” though judge last month ordered surrender of confidential materials.

Officials in Maricopa County, Ariz., threw up another roadblock before the state Senate’s 2020 election audit this week, refusing to surrender a portion of subpoenaed materials due to the alleged security risks they pose.

That refusal came in the form of a letter on Monday from the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office that cited “a significant security risk to law enforcement data utilized by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as well as numerous federal agencies.”

In its subpoena, the Arizona State Senate had asked for, in part, “access or control of all routers, tabulators or combinations thereof, used in connection with the administration of the 2020 election, and the public IP of the router.”

The Monday letter from the MCAO said the county was refusing to hand over those routers or even digital copies of them, citing an alleged “security risk” associated with the hardware.

County spokesman Fields Moseley told Just the News on Thursday that “the routers the Senate subpoena commanded the County produce support [more than 50] departments, not just elections operations,” including “critical law enforcement data that, by law, cannot be disclosed, as well as Maricopa County residents’ protected health information and full social security numbers.”

“By providing the routers, or even virtual images of routers, sensitive data and the lives of law enforcement personnel could be endangered,” he added.

That explanation would appear to conflict with the February ruling of Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason in which the judge ordered Maricopa to comply with the state Senate’s subpoena. Addressing the county’s numerous objections to the subpoena, Thomason argued that Maricopa’s claims of confidentiality concerns do not preempt the requirements of the subpoena.

“The Senators had the power to issue the Subpoenas and have the statutory power to enforce those Subpoenas in the manner set forth in the statutes,” Thomason wrote. “The Subpoenas are, in essence, the equivalent of a Court order, requiring production of certain information. The County cannot avoid a subpoena based on statutes that require that the material being subpoenaed be kept confidential.”

Thomason’s ruling constituted “a minute entry that the subpoenas are legitimate and enforceable by the Senate,” Moseley said. “Maricopa County has worked hard to comply with the demands of the subpoena and tried to solve this security risk in a number of ways. We continue to study this issue.”

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May Day 2021

My goal is to write no more than four posts this month. The goal is to minimize the amount of brainpower wasted on insignificant details. We will see whether that works out.



MOST TRANSPARENT AUDIT EVER: Cyber Ninjas Release Policies and Procedures after Arizona Court’s Order to Make Documents Public


On Thursday the Florida-based Cyber Ninjas company released three documents on policies and procedures. This was after Arizona Judge Daniel Martin ordered the contractor overseeing the historic Maricopa County forensic audit to release the material to the public. Democrats were hoping to use this excuse to discredit the ongoing audit process in Arizona. The documents were made public on Tuesday. The historic audit of 2.1 million ballots from Maricopa Continues today at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
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Keep Hope Alive (even if I end up posting only four times a month)

You may have noticed that I am not posting every day. My original goal was to post four times a month, but my news addiction is not under control yet, so I’m falling off the wagon with a post. Apparently many active-duty American warfighters are refusing the vaccine.Trump is saying that he is not going to wait until 2024 to take action. Voters are being told that cheating will not be allowed in the next election — time’s a-wastin’ fellas, somebody has to fix the vote fraud before 2022! # # Deceptively editing in an attempt to stoke race riots is now standard procedure in the media. https://twitter.com/PartymanRandy/status/1385058406520827909 In their report on the officer-involved shooting in Columbus, Ohio, NBC Nightly News deceptively edited the 911 call to leave out the part where the caller says a girl was “trying to stab us.” They also don’t show viewers the knife in the attacker’s hand just before the shots.
# Clip Shows Children Being Paraded Around Drag Queen Show Taking Cash Tips
Disgusting Video Shows Children Being Paraded Around Drag Queen Show Taking Cash Tips
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The Snark Also Rises (with due respect to Lexington and Concord)

Before we get to the music, let us recall an important anniversary:


it is worthwhile to reflect on the British experience in 1775, and how guidance from strategic and operational leaders had a dramatic impact on the opening stages of the conflict. A misalignment of desired objectives, a desire to exercise control down to the lowest echelon, and poorly executed direct leadership defined the British approach concerning the events surrounding Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.

And now, because The Snark Also Rises, let us consider The Snark Ascending. Mood music: “The Lark Ascending”



Hilary Hahn performs The Lark Ascending by Ralph Vaughan Williams at the George Enescu Festival.




Tucker talks about UFOs:





China Pulls Back After Philippines and US Sent Warships to West Philippine Sea The Philippines, in an unexpected move, sent its strongest response yet to China’s expansion into the West Philippine Sea. The Philippines has not deployed naval forces to the West Philippine Sea since 2012 to counter China’s militarization of the region. The move is part of a well-coordinated response with the US. The presence of 220 Chinese vessels at Julian Felipe Reef was reported by the Philippines in March. As of April 13, the number had been reduced to less than ten. Jerry Hendrix, a retired US Navy officer, told Forbes, “The Chinese have blinked.” Four of the Philippines’ most advanced warships were dispatched to the West Philippine Sea to counter China’s growing presence at Julian Felipe Reef. The BRP Jose Rizal and the BRP Antonio Luna, two brand-new missile-guided frigates, were among the units deployed. It also sent in warplanes to keep an eye on the situation. Meanwhile, the USS Theodore Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier, was also dispatched to the area. An American aircraft carrier, on the other hand, never travels alone. Every time a US carrier is sailing, you can expect a large escort of submarines, destroyers, and cruisers to protect it from other ships. This is in addition to the dozens of planes it transports. The USS Makin Island, a formidable assault ship capable of carrying up to 20 attack aircraft or stealth strike-fighters, was also deployed. The Philippine Coast Guard took photos on April 13 and 14 that show Philippine and Chinese vessels at the Julian Felipe Reef. Continue reading
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