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So about those Trump merchandise booths...

I was driving around yesterday and I passed by one, and they've now devolved into selling "F**k Biden" merchandise, complete with t-shirts that have some very violent and offensive slogans on them. Yes this is a thing that exists. And they are hurling obscenities on fairly heavily trafficked street corners. It's totally disgusting. Yes, I know it's meant to be offensive and we fall for it, but this is truly horrid and beyond the pale. But I can't help but keep wondering - where is this shit coming from? And who's sponsoring these booths? What is their purpose? And also - how is this sort of thing even allowed or tolerated by the city?

Armageddon Update: Anti-Va

Titus schools anti-vaxxers!

Tweet from Gov. Abbott (guns, sigh...)


Hey Gov. Abbott, you're completely 100% a part of the problem!

Trump falls nearly 300 spots on Forbes billionaires list

Former President Trump fell nearly 300 spots on the Forbes billionaires list after his fortune decreased by more than $1 billion during his four years in office.

Trump ranked 1,299 on the Forbes billionaires list, released on Tuesday, with an estimated worth of $2.4 billion.

Last year, Trump ranked 1,001 on the list.

Forbes reported that Trump’s estimated net worth in January 2017, when he entered office, was $3.5 billion.

Forbes noted, however, that Trump is richer now than he was a year ago, when the outlet released their valuations at the beginning of the pandemic. His ranking slipped, Forbes wrote, because he could not keep pace with the other billionaires on the list who saw their fortunes rise.

Trump brushed off the results as unsurprising, saying in a statement to The Hill, “That’s the way it’s supposed to be, a politician is not supposed to make money while in office, and a rich person should come out of office with less."

Mike Lindell: My Company Lost $65 Million Because I Claimed Trump Won In 2020


Play stupid games, win stupid prizes!

Trump called for a boycott against Coca-Cola -- but photos show he's still drinking it

Donald Trump's Diet Coke addiction is well documented in history. His need to drink so many sodas was so intense that he apparently forced the White House to install a button on his desk he could hit when he wanted the beverage.

In a release, Trump said "radical left Democrats" have threatened to boycott products, and the left is "going big time with WOKE CANCEL CULTURE." So, he ordered the three major companies be "canceled."
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"It is finally time for Republicans and Conservatives to fight back—we have more people than they do—by far! Boycott Major League Baseball (MLB), Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, JPMorgan Chase, ViacomCBS, Citigroup, Cisco, UPS, and Merck," the statement read.

But when Stephen Miller posted a photo bragging about his "good" meeting with former President Donald Trump, a small bottle of soda could be seen hidden behind Trump's phone. It seems the former president is calling for his supporters to boycott Coke, but he'll be continuing his long-time support for Diet Coke.


So Now You're Suddenly *FOR* Tearing Down A Wall?


Pick a side already!

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis bans coronavirus "vaccine passports"

Source: Axios

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order Friday prohibiting businesses from requiring customers to show proof they have received COVID vaccines and preventing the state government from issuing so-called "vaccine passports."

Why it matters: Immunization credentials for the coronavirus have become a controversial subject, especially with Republican governors, though proof of vaccination could speed international travel and economic reopening plans.

What they're saying: DeSantis' order says requiring immunization credentials "would create two classes of citizens based on vaccination."

"Businesses in Florida are prohibited from requiring patrons or customers to provide any documentation certifying COVID-19 vaccination or post-transmission recovery to gain access to, entry upon, or service from the business," the order states.

Read more: https://www.axios.com/florida-desantis-vaccine-passport-order-fe7fab1a-fe8f-421a-ac4d-f9b480f03f66.html

Is Ron DeSantis *TRYING* to be the worst governor in the country? Or is he in direct competition with Brian Kemp? Either way, expect Florida to have their own home grown COVID variant soon.

Capitol Riot Headline Of The Day:


$10 says they were caught by posting selfies on Facebook.

Coming soon: Puppet Show & @realDonaldTrump


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