Tis a Bit More Than ‘A Little Sedated’

Ugly and unwatchable…what could make the daily f**kery worse? Farts in well tailored clothing emitting brain cell killing vapors is what.

‘A little sedated’: Pelosi speculates Trump was drugged during SOTU

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spent several minutes of her weekly press conference ripping President Trump’s State of the Union address.

Without evidence, Pelosi told reporters Trump looked “a little sedated” as he prepared to deliver remarks to both houses of Congress and the American people. – via theamericanmirror.com

Oh, the script these shysters are following: The looney orange hair piece won’t shake her hand, she rips up his speech, he calls her names, she ‘speculates’ he was drugged.  And after the staged play, they’re all probably backstage, giving high fives and slapping arse, congratulating each other of a job well done to keep the insouciants focused on their tomfoolery while they continue to be million and billionaires, and the needs of the innocents continue to go unmet, along with more of their wars, more of their broken promises, more of their bullshit.

Check out a bit more of the staged play:

Nancy Pelosi ‘pre-ripped’ pages of Trump’s SOTU speech, video shows

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi apparently made tiny tears in her copy of President Trump’s State of the Union address — so that her speech-ripping moment could go off without a hitch.

As Trump introduced cancer-stricken radio host Rush Limbaugh — who received the Medal of Freedom during the speech — Pelosi could be seen grabbing the pages off the table.

Video shows her making what seemed to be a tearing motion and then placing the pages back on the table.

Photos of the sheets of paper show them face down on the table with small slits on the side, near where Pelosi would eventually rip them into pieces. via nypost.com (with video embedded in the article)

It’s all a red, white and blue insouciant’s wet dream

But this particular side-dish of horseshit from these actors isn’t the main dish. Main dishes of the offerings from their outhouse are reserved for the truly innocent.

SEC filings reveal that Merck’s Vaccine Division President Julie Gerberding sold over half her Merck shares in January for $9.1 Million. That transaction followed a spate of bad news for Merck’s flagship Gardasil vaccine.

Last month, Cancer Research UK announced an alarming 54% rise in cervical cancer among 24-29-year-olds, the first generation to receive the HPV jabs. The following day, the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine published a withering critique of Gardasil’s crooked clinical trials,

“It is still uncertain whether human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination prevents cervical cancer as trials were not designed to detect this outcome.”

As Gerberding knows, those trials revealed that Gardasil dramatically RAISES (by+44.6%) the risk of cervical cancer among women with a current infection or those previously exposed to HPV.  – by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. via healthimpactnews.com

The gods of hate, derision, pain and misery are hungry for the sufferings of innocents. The actors and shysters we’ve allowed to run the show are happy to supply the means.

Global arms trade is a nearly 200 billion business and the US drives nearly 80% of it- via CNBC.com

The world spends nearly $3 trillion a year on military expenditures, and the United States drives the bulk of the globe’s weapons trade — about 79%, according to figures compiled by the U.S. State Department.

The State Department’s World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers report published in December 2019 is the latest U.S. assessment of global military spending from 2007 to 2017.

The United States exported four times more arms around the globe than the next nine countries combined.

These actors, shysters, charlatans and other assorted a-holes we continue to elect, to fawn over, to sit on the edge of our seat listening to their continued f**kery, as if anything they say has greater value than that which you will find dumped into the commode each day – the day fast approaches when we won’t be able to distinguish whether we are anything more than that which we find settling at the bottom of the toilet each morning.

“Let us consider that we are all partially insane. It will explain us to each other; it will unriddle many riddles; it will make clear and simple many things which are involved in haunting and harassing difficulties and obscurities now.” ― Mark Twain


Tonight’s musical offering:

Beethoven: Symphony No 8 in F major – (Daniel Barenboim)

Beethoven had a great fondness for the Eighth Symphony, which he called, “my little Symphony in F” as a way of distinguishing it from the longer Sixth (“Pastoral”) Symphony, set in the same key. When his student, Carl Czerny asked why the Seventh was more popular, Beethoven replied, “because the Eighth is so much better.” The response must have been tongue-in-cheek. Yet there’s a spirited sense of daring in the Eighth Symphony that makes it a uniquely thrilling ride. It’s filled with crazy humor- perhaps a nostalgic look back at the jokes of Haydn. At the same time, it pushes forward into inventive, new formal territory. The zaniness of this buoyant, compact music gives no hint of Beethoven’s darkly complicated personal life at the time: the anguished “Immortal Beloved” letter terminating a relationship with a still mysterious woman, poor health, as well as concern over his brother Johann’s love life. – via thelistenersclub.com

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