Jews Bahaving Badly
I had never imagined I’d be saying this but thank you, Mitch McConnell! Thank you for resisting the Obama steamroller and blocking Merrick Garland’s ascension to the Supreme Court.
Garland, a vengeful persecutorial type, now the Attorney General, is filled with zeal to ferret out “domestic terrorists.” Here’s a quote from CBS:
“Citing the department’s ongoing investigation into the January 6 riot at the Capitol, Garland pledged Tuesday that the department would pursue domestic extremists with the same ‘resolve and dedication.’ The measures announced are part of the Justice Department’s rollout of its new strategy to counter domestic terrorism, as part of a coordinated effort by the Biden administration to combat the rise in politically motivated extremism.”
As a child of the ’90s in Israel, I can tell you a few things about terrorism. It’s not an aimless rabble trespassing upon government property, but exploding busses, Molotov cocktails, and women’s skulls being hacked with an ax.
As an intelligence officer in the IDF during the 2nd Intifada, I can also tell you what an “insurrection” looks like. Rather than weirdos in furry costumes, it involves roadside bombs, bullets, mortar fire and again, exploding busses.
So, I’m sorry, but Garland is full of poop and he probably knows it. Clearly, there is an Orwellian attempt here to exploit the flexibility of the English language, catastrophize a situation, and use that as a justification to persecute political opponents.
Garland, as a loyal Nazgul of the Woke Ring, is simply doing his part: Wokery, mass immigration, and mass persecution are all tools to corrode and dismatle traditional America.
For that, Garland recieves this week’s Jews Behaving Badly Award and a kick in the rear from Balaam’s donkey.
Jews Behaving Well
Our Hebrew of the week is Dr. Eyal Shahar, Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona. Dr. Shahar is among the few academics who decided to employ their considerable skills and intellect to battle the hysterics of Covid-19.
Article by article, graph by graph, Shahar analyzes Covid fatality numbers and reaches the same conclusion: Our reaction to the pandemic has been highly exaggerated (even catastrophized, see above). The lockdowns, with their devastating effect on our lives, have had almost no effect, and at the end of the day, both in Sweden and in America, excess deaths have been extremely low or non-existent.
For his courage, Dr. Shahar wins this week’s Jews Behaving Well Award, and with it a seat within David’s Tabernacle. Congrats!
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