90 Miles From Tyranny

Sunday, December 5, 2021

Girls With Guns


And Australia's Sandcastle Virtues Are All Swept Away...



Really don't mind if you sit this one out
My words but a whisper, your deafness a shout
I may make you feel, but I can't make you think
Your sperm's in the gutter, your love's in the sink

So you ride yourselves over the fields
And you make all your animal deals

And your wise men don't know how it feels
To be thick as a brick

Fauci's Sweet Emotion...


Talk about things that nobody cares
Wearing other things that nobody wears
You're callin' my name, but I gotta make it clear
I can't say, baby, where I'll be in a year

Some sweat hog mama with a face like a gent
Said my get up and go must've got up and went
Well, I got good news: she's a real good liar
'Cause a backstage boogie set your pants on fire

Sweet emotion
Sweet emotion
 

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Germany’s top jab salesman rejects x-raying migrant hands to ‘protect bodily integrity’



In 2018, the President of the World Medical Association, Frank Ulrich Montgomery, rejected hand x-rays to determine the age of migrants, because this "interfered with personal rights". But forcing your own population to take an experimental injection is no problem for Germany's top vaccine Fuehrer.

The introduction of compulsory vaccination looms large in Germany. A few days ago, Saxon nurses demonstrated against compulsory vaccination. But the gnomish Montgomery quickly denounced the courageous nurses.

As a reminder: In 2018, the very same Montgomery refused to have illegal migrant hands x-rayed to determine the age of the asylum seekers who had rejected a confirmation of their real age, because this would “interfere” with their personal rights to bodily integrity. His claim has cost German taxpayers millions since “minors” receive larger pay-outs than older asylum applicants.
Montgomery sold the jabs on the ‘success story of Portugal’

The current chairman of World Medical Association and former President of the German Medical Association, is a regular face on German television. He recently complained about the “tyranny of the unvaccinated” as German weekly Spiegel boldly accused the unvaccinated of “killing old people” in care facilities.

“At the moment we are really experiencing a tyranny of the unvaccinated, who rule over two-thirds of the vaccinated and impose all these measures on us,” declared Montgomery, also president of the Standing Committee of European Doctors since 2019.

“I consciously use the term ‘tyranny’ because in countries where 97 percent are vaccinated, like Portugal, all these restrictive measures no longer exist because they are no longer needed.”

Sadly, the example of Portugal as a militarized vaccine paradise, has since imploded. The country has returned to a “state of calamity”, with its public health system all but destroyed: It is no longer even capable of counting the number of HIV/Aids infections.
Do X-rays pose a health risk?

In January 2018, Frank Ulrich Montgomery spoke out against age tests on migrants in an interview with the Süddeutsche Zeitung, explaining why it would never be tolerated. “That’s why we reject that,” because subjecting illegals to X-rays without an underlying medical condition would be “an interference in one’s physical integrity,” said Montgomery.

It makes sense to take the concerns of the President of the World Medical Association seriously and to take a closer look. The radiation exposure in the X-ray of the hand is about 0.1 microsievert (0.1 µSv).

For an understandable comparison, it should be noted that every German is constantly hit by cosmic rays. In addition, there is natural radioactivity from the ground. This is between one and five...

Every Morning You Greet Me; You Look Happy To Meet Me....


 Pfizer Macht Frei

Thomas Massie shares Christmas photo of entire family holding guns, triggered left lose their minds


Proud Republican and Second Amendment supporter Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky is being denounced and demonized by Democrat activists and their media allies for the purported sin of exercising his constitutional rights.

Massie is a legal gun owner. So are the members of his family.

On Saturday, the Republican congressman posted a “Merry Christmas” tweet containing a photo of his family standing or sitting in front of a Christmas tree. Each member of the family, all of them adults, was carrying a legal firearm.

Besides saying “Merry Christmas,” the tweet also asked Santa Clause to “bring more ammo.”

Look:

The tweet boasted nearly 60,000 likes as of Sunday morning because America is awash in proud gun owners who recognize the importance of the Second Amendment.

But the tweet was also littered with negative comments from leftists — including “journalists,” professors and actors, of course — accusing the congressman of being “disgusting” and “insensitive” for celebrating his constitutional rights.

According to his critics, his decision to post the photo showed a lack of empathy because it was posted only days after a mass school shooting in Michigan.

Some critics also predictably made it racial, accusing Massie’s family of being “insecure, frightened white folks.”

Here’s a sample of the backlash:

The backlash goes on for days, and that’s just the backlash from blue check mark elites.

As of Sunday morning, there were likewise also hundreds, if not thousands, of media reports slamming the so-called “controversial” Republican for his photo.

One media report came from CNN, where a father who lost his son during the Parkland shooting in 2018 called the post “very nasty” and compared it to death threats.

“I don’t feel sad when I see this kind of weird messages from people or threats. I receive them all day long. I feel that I need to do a better job,” he said.

He meant that he needs “to do a better job” advocating for gun control.

Listen:

You could've called to let me know...




There must be some misunderstanding
There must be some kind of mistake
I waited in the rain for hours
And you were late

Now it's not like me to say the right thing
But you could've called to let me know
I checked your number twice, don't understand it
So I went home
 

IRS data proves Trump tax cuts benefited middle, working-class Americans most


Creepy Joe Biden and congressional Democrats’ Build Back Better (BBB) Act is now in the hands of the Senate. That legislative body’s 50-50 partisan split will undoubtedly make the bill’s passage difficult.

In order for BBB to become law, Democratic Senate leadership will need to convince moderates such as Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) that the legislation’s $2.4 trillion price tag can be offset by expanding the IRS and its enforcement efforts while imposing substantial tax reform measures.

Congressional Democrats have argued that one of the best ways to pay for the legislation is to raise taxes on wealthy households, which, according to many on the left, have benefited disproportionately and unfairly from the 2017 tax reform law passed by Republicans and signed by former President Trump. The latest data, however, proves that this claim is pure mythology.

Income data published by the IRS clearly show that on average all income brackets benefited substantially from the Republicans’ tax reform law, with the biggest beneficiaries being working and middle-income filers, not the top 1 percent, as so many Democrats have argued.

A careful analysis of the IRS tax data, one that includes the effects of tax credits and other reforms to the tax code, shows that filers with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $15,000 to $50,000 enjoyed an average tax cut of 16 percent to 26 percent in 2018, the first year Republicans’ Tax Cuts and Jobs Act went into effect and the most recent year for which data is available.

Filers who earned $50,000 to $100,000 received a tax break of about 15 percent to 17 percent, and those earning $100,000 to $500,000 in adjusted gross income saw their personal income taxes cut by around 11 percent to 13 percent.

By comparison, no income group with an AGI of at least $500,000 received an average tax cut exceeding 9 percent, and the average tax cut for brackets starting at $1 million was less than 6 percent. (For more detailed data, see my table published here.)

That means most middle-income and working-class earners enjoyed a tax cut that was at least double the size of tax cuts received by households earning $1 million or more.

What’s more, IRS data shows earners in higher income brackets contributed a bigger slice of the total income tax revenue pie following the passage of the tax reform law than they had in the previous year.

In fact, every income bracket with filers earning $200,000 or more increased its tax burden in 2018 compared to 2017, and every income bracket with a top limit lower than $200,000 paid a smaller proportion of the total personal tax revenue collected.

That means that Republicans’ tax reform law resulted in the tax code becoming slightly more progressive — the exact opposite of what Democrats have claimed over the past four years.

The IRS data further shows that the tax reform law — which included a variety of business tax cuts, including a large reduction in...

You (should) run, run, runaway It's your heart that you betray


 

You run, run, runaway
It's your heart that you betray
Feeding on your hungry eyes
I bet you're not so civilized

Shootin' at the walls of heartache
Bang, bang
I am the warrior
Well, I am the warrior
And heart to heart you'll win
If you survive


Marjorie Taylor Greene to Hold Press Conference on the Treatment of January 6 Protesters


On December 3, 2021, the office of Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene released a media advisory announcing a press conference that will address the treatment of January 6th detainees at the DC Jail.

The press conference will take place on December 7, 2021 and will coincide with the release of “Unusually Cruel: An Eyewitness Report From The DC Jail.” Greene will be accompanied by Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert, Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz, and Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar.

Greene has previously described the January 6 inmates as “political prisoners of war.”

Greene stressed that she did not support the storming of the Capitol, but she views the punishment meted out against the demonstrators as excessive: “No one has argued in defense of the Capitol riot, and I’ve always openly said I was very upset by it, but after seeing these men myself in the DC Jail, I can attest this abuse is true.”

So far, over 600 people have received charges for the January 6 protests.

In a piece published on November 4 at The Epoch Times, Congressman Louie Gohmert, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, Congressman Matt Gaetz, and Virginia Congressman Bob Good described the treatment of January 6 protestors as “tyrannical” and an act of “apparent political revenge and retaliation.”

In the concluding remark of this piece, the congressmen warned that “If we as a country continue to allow this abuse of power to unfold and turn this nation into a banana republic, there is nowhere left in the world to take refuge for lovers of liberty and freedom.”

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