No, this wasn't justice, but the exact opposite. This was a #MickeyMouse trial, as my father would call it. This very same thing is happening in America where #democrats are in power or there are #ActivistJudges . Remember, the absence of justice, is a lawless society.

Any kind of weapons ban never works. It just makes people want those kinds of weapons more. Like what happens when #democrats when they try to ban #FireArms in #america . Sales in #FireArms goes up. Same principle.

It is human nature to want something forbidden or something that they cannot have.

The #democrats have never cared about the "Aloha Spirit" or the #constitution for that matter. All they've cared about is power and control in #Hawaii , even looking back at the state's history it's quite clear. Ever since the overthrow of the #Monarchy , here they've been in power here, and what good have they done? Nothing I can think of.

The Bus system was done by Mayor Frank Fasi. They kicked him out of the Democratic Party, and even the Republicans didn't like him here (that's how un-Republican the Republicans in Hawaii are). Fasi wanted a Rail system. Neither the Dems nor the GOP wanted to support him.

Look now, there's a rail system that's being built, and they're struggling to finish it. Under Fasi, it would've been finished. Comes to show you something. The #Swamp here is wide and deeper than anyone thinks.


The Guardian
Guess what the three Democrats blocking lower medication prices have in common?
David Sirota and Andrew Perez
Mon, September 20, 2021, 6:25 AM

The three conservative Democratic lawmakers threatening to kill their party’s drug pricing legislation have raked in roughly $1.6m of campaign cash from donors in the pharmaceutical and health products industries. One of the lawmakers is the House’s single largest recipient of pharmaceutical industry campaign cash this election cycle, and another lawmaker’s immediate past chief of staff is now lobbying for drugmakers.

The threat from Democratic Representatives Kurt Schrader (Oregon), Scott Peters (California) and Kathleen Rice (New York) comes just as the pharmaceutical industry’s top lobbying group announced a seven-figure ad campaign to vilify the Democratic legislation, which aims to lower the cost of medicines for Americans now facing the world’s highest prescription drug prices.

Schrader and Peters are among the two biggest recent Democratic recipients of pharmaceutical industry donations

At issue is House Democrats’ initiative to let Medicare use its bulk purchasing power to negotiate lower prescription drug prices.

Associated Press
Senate parliamentarian deals blow to Dems' immigration push

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats can’t use their $3.5 trillion package bolstering social and climate programs for their plan to give millions of immigrants a chance to become citizens, the Senate’s parliamentarian said late Sunday, a crushing blow to what was the party’s clearest pathway in years to attaining that long-sought goal.

The decision by Elizabeth MacDonough, the Senate’s nonpartisan interpreter of its often enigmatic rules, is a damaging and disheartening setback for President Joe Biden, congressional Democrats and their allies in the pro-immigration and progressive communities. Though they said they'd offer her fresh alternatives, MacDonough's stance badly wounds their hopes of unilaterally enacting — over Republican opposition — changes letting several categories of immigrants gain permanent residence and possibly citizenship.

The parliamentarian opinion is crucial because it means the immigration provisions could not be included in an immense $3.5 trillion measure that’s been shielded from GOP filibusters. Left vulnerable to those bill-killing delays, which require 60 Senate votes to defuse, the immigration language has virtually no chance in the 50-50 Senate.

I wouldn't have quite put it that way, but… Yeah, sorry #democrats , #america is becoming a #Shithole under your watch.

will you let your taxes go up for this? don't we pay out to much for other country's and peoples now and have for 100 years?

The Untold Election Case that Should Have Stopped the Coup
Why Nancy Pelosi Had to Hurry on January 6
By Sidney Powell Among other conservatives that stood up for President Trump amidst the theft of the 2020 election, the legal team that became Defending the Republic challenged election results in multiple states and produced hundreds of pages of evidence of widespread election fraud. The Left’s mantra of “no evidence” is pure propaganda.

As the world watched, our four fraud cases across the disputed states were dismissed by each of four federal judges. The courts threw out the cases on the democrats “talking points”—technicalities many of which were pulled from the dustbin of legal history. Not a single of our cases was heard, despite hundreds of affidavits, statistical studies proving mathematical impossibilities, disappearance of mail ballots, mysterious appearances of perfect ballots, evidence of technological manipulation of the vote, and even video of women pulling suitcases from under tables after a staged pipe burst evacuation, and of ballot workers shoving the same ballots through the machines repeatedly coinciding with an impossible spike in votes all for Biden. All this was set against a backdrop of an unprecedented and inexplicable stoppage of vote counting across multiple states, followed by the appearance of hundreds of thousands of votes in block injections for Biden, somehow overcoming, by a slim margin, what was previously a massive shortage of Biden votes.

It appeared that the courts were afraid to hear the cases. Americans who had counted on our Article III courts to take up these issues to protect the Republic and our Constitution were left to wonder if this was the law, cowardice, or corruption in the courts. The entire Article III judiciary put its collective head in the sand on the most important issue to face the Republic. This was a constitutional crisis.

Washington Examiner
Cheney challenger Harriet Hageman: ‘She betrayed me’ and Wyoming
Emily Brooks
Thu, September 16, 2021, 7:00 AM
EXCLUSIVE: Harriet Hageman, the Trump-endorsed primary challenger to Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, used to support the incumbent. But now, she argues, Cheney’s continued criticism of former President Donald Trump has not only made her an outcast in the Republican Party but incapable of providing adequate representation for Wyoming and defense against liberal Democrats.

“She's really gone to war with him,” Hageman told the Washington Examiner in an interview this week. “She betrayed Wyoming. She betrayed me.”

Hageman is a senior litigation counsel for the nonprofit conservative-libertarian law firm New Civil Liberties Alliance, a former Republican National Committeewoman, and a former Wyoming gubernatorial candidate. She’s also a fourth-generation Wyomingite who grew up on a ranch.

Republican Study Committee To Fight Biden’s Afghan Resettlement Program
U.S. Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
U.S. Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

OAN Newsroom
UPDATED 8:02 PM PT – Wednesday, September 15, 2021
The Republican Study Committee unveiled a plan to fight Joe Biden’s program to quickly resettle tens of thousands of Afghan refugees into the U.S. In a memo on Wednesday, the RSC said Biden’s plan was dangerous and extended as well as an open border approach to immigration policies.

RSC Chair Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) pointed out the Biden administration requested $6.4 billion to fly any unvetted Afghan national into the U.S. by the end of the next fiscal year. He added the Democrats’ request included lifetime welfare and a path to citizenship for said Afghans.

“The Biden administration wants billions of dollars to fund unlimited green cards for unvetted Afghans,” Banks expressed in a tweet. “Opening our borders to a Taliban-run nation with the promise of lifetime welfare and citizenship for their extended family is reckless and dangerous.”

Washington Examiner
Dems warned on taxes: Voters already suffering ‘inflation tax’
Paul Bedard 20 hrs ago

People consider the immediate pain of rising inflation a tax on their wallet, a warning to House and Senate Democrats as they write up over 40 new taxes to pay for President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion wish list.

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In a new survey provided to Secrets, Zogby Analytics found near-universal agreement that rising prices for daily goods are hitting voters.

The Zogby poll, which surveyed an unusually large group of 4,298 likely voters, found that 71% agree that higher prices are “another 'tax' on Americans.” Just 19% disagreed in the survey, which had a 1.5% margin of error.

Of note, Biden’s base agreed, including 64% of Democrats, 71% of blacks, 71% of urban and suburban voters, and 66% of younger voters.

Inflation has remained high. The government reported yesterday that August prices jumped 5.3% from a year ago.

In his analysis, pollster Jonathan Zogby said the results should be a wake-up call for Democrats spinning up the new taxes. He said that while Biden has pledged not to levy taxes on those earning $400,000 or less, voters already think inflation under the president is a tax.

LOL, everything is racist according to the #democrats . Anything to win and stay in power. That'll become more evident as time progresses.

Jeez, getting #desperate , are we? Looks like the Democrats are losing control of the narrative about abortion as well.

PPI Soars by 8.3%

The producer price index (PPI), a leading indicator of the consumer price index (CPI), rose by 8.3% in August, its highest spike since 2010. (AP)
Friday, 10 September 2021 08:45 AM

Inflation at the wholesale level climbed 8.3% last month from August 2020, the biggest annual gain since the Labor Department started calculating the 12-month number in 2010.

The Labor Department reported Friday that its producer price index — which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers — rose 0.7% last month after increasing 1% in both June and July.

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