Robert Hockett Unwillingness To Tell The Truth

Robert Hockett Unwillingness To Tell The Truth — Tucker Carlson of Fox News is one of the better interviewers and on Friday (Feb. 8), he sold pompous Cornell professor Robert Hockett enough rope to hang himself.

Hockett seems to be one of the puppet masters of new socialist darling Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY14) who is being marketed as AOC, an abbreviation of her name.

Robert Hockett Unwillingness To Tell The Truth
Click to enlarge and note the date.

Anyway, AOC released a bizarre manifesto on Feb. 5 calling for a Green New Deal in which she called for spending trillions to replace airplanes with trains, ban farting cows and provide “economic security to all who are unable or unwilling to work.”

Well Hockett sputtered she never said those thing and the phrase came from a “doctored document from someone other than us.”

It is truly amazing how easy it is for progressives to lie without shame.

Leaving aside the many contemporaneous reports of the phrase attributed to Ocasio-Cortez, there is an internet archive of it from her website. It can be found here.

Tucker’s interview can be seen below.

Robert Hockett Unwillingness To Tell The Truth

Socialism Helps Some People

Socialism Helps Some People — For those condemning the naivety of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Beto O’Rourke and New York Mayor Bill De Blasio in promoting socialism, remember it actually does help some.

Maria Gabriela Chavez, the daughter of the late Venezuela strongman Hugo Chavez, has $4.2 billion stashed away in various places. Fidel Castro’s net worth was estimated at $900 million.

So yes, some people can do really well under socialism. Please don’t think the advocates for it are just naive.

Pushing this particular economic system has done pretty well, after all, for Elizabeth Warren (net worth $18 million).

Here’s song to spell it out:

Socialism Helps Some

Happy Kwanzaa Or Torture Women Day

Happy Kwanzaa Or Torture Women Day — Today, Dec. 26, is Kwanzaa, a holiday based on hate and brutality cooked up in 1966 to ferment anger and division arguably by the FBI itself.

The official founder is Ron Karenga who now calls himself Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga.

Karenga was convicted in 1971 of brutally torturing female followers. He forced — or oversaw the forcing — of water and detergent down a woman’s throat. He held a hot soldering iron against a woman’s face and pushed it in her mouth. He squeezed a woman’s toe in a vise. He hit them with toasters and stripped them naked and beat them with electric cords.

He served four years in a California prison.

He now chairs the Africana Studies Department at California State University, Long Beach.

You can’t make this stuff up. Sick and evil people get way too much respect and have way too much authority in our country. This must change.

And only stupid or corrupt people celebrate Kwanzaa.

Organ Harvesting Of Migrant Children
Happy Kwanzaa Or Torture Women Day

Can’t Just Come To Canada

Can’t Just Come To Canada –– Hey Erick Lexi, we have a song subject for you.

Lexi is the Cuban singer who was deported from Columbia to Ecuador after he entered that nation no tener documentos.

Why Ecuador? Guess he didn’t want to go back to Cuba for some strange reason. It certainly must be a strange reason as all the smart norteamericano progressive types think Cuba is some kind of paradise.

But leave that aside. Here is our song idea. It’s called “Can’t just come to Canada”.

You see with the Trump Administration in power, Canada is sending emissaries to the American illegals telling them no vayas al norte.

“You can’t just come to Canada and cross the border and stay there the rest of your life,” Pablo Rodriguez, a member of parliament and a strong ally of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said only last month. 

So Erick maybe you can take our idea and make a social justice rap with it or something. You don’t even have to give us credit.

Truthfully, Erick we don’t think you’d want to go to Canada. Did you ever notice the resemblance between Trudeau and Fidel? Just sayin’.

Stay in Miami. You are employed and  here legally, right?

Can’t Just Come To Canada

 

Can't Just Come To Canada
Won’t see this in the Great White North.

Women Marching Tools Bow To Islam

Women Marching Tools Bow To Islam — Dom Giordano, today, brought up the mind-blowing hypocrisy of feminists and liberal politicians regarding issues of Islam.

He noted that thousands of women in the country suffer the perverse cruelty of female genital mutilation yet attempts to outlaw it go nowhere.

He noted though that a pending bill introduced by State Rep. Thomas Murt (R-152)   to protect at least 6,000 at-risk Pennsylvania girl remains alive.

The weak-minded, stupid people who ostentatiously marched Saturday in alleged defense of the female sex avoid the real issues as if the issues were clones of Louis C.K. and Harvey Weinstein.

Culture matters. Islam is a bad culture. We better be willing to stand up to it.

Especially you pink-hat wearing ladies.

Check out the Dom Giordano Show on WPHT 1210 AM

Women Marching Tools Bow To Islam

Women Marching Tools Bow To Islam

Morning Joe Feminist Anthem

Morning Joe Feminist Anthem
Male feminist Joe Scarborough with his latest gal, Mika.

Morning Joe Feminist Anthem — In what may be the most nauseating occurrence of the new year, MSNBC host and Elvis (Costello) wannabe Morning Joe Scarborough has released an anthem for today’s anti-Republican “Women’s” March.

Wonder what wives 1 and 2, think about the hipster’s new-found feminism.

Morning Joe Feminist Anthem

 

 

Scottevest Mocks Customers Or Idiocracy In Action

Scottevest Mocks Customers Or Idiocracy In Action — ScotteVest advertises heavily on Fox News and seems like a good idea. It’s a lot more practical, after all, to carry a smart phone in a vest pocket than one’s pants or purse, and this is equally true of things like wallets and keys.

So it was getting a lot of sales. It was by his own admission making founder and CEO Scott Jordan rich.

Then on Sunday (Jan. 14) he put this on Facebook:

“I love meeting new people that recognize me and my company from all of our television commercials. I am on the ski lift and the following exchange just happened and happens often. I ask “what network they saw me?” Invariable people say FOXNews. I laugh to myself, and tell that that we primarily advertise on Fox because we find their viewership to be extremely gullible and much easier to sell than other networks. The look on their face at that time is priceless. I am not kidding you. I get to tell them they are f*cking idiots while getting rich off them.” 

Whoa.

Beam me up Scotte. Real slick move there.

The rest of the corporation quickly went into damage control mode saying “In 2017, Mr. Jordan stepped down from the management of SCOTTeVEST and he is not involved in our daily operations. We are extremely sorry for his unacceptable comments. Mr. Jordan’s post was impulsive and inappropriate for too many reasons to list, and rightfully offended so many people.”

Just the same when the founder thinks only idiots would buy his product it does make one go hmmm.

Conservatives are far more likely to choose substance over style and, as noted, pocketed vests are practical so it makes sense for a vest maker to target conservatives. On the other hand it is equally true that ScotteVests are ugly as all. There is no reason one can’t have looks and practicality. Pick up a old suit vest at a thrift store. Make your own fashion statement. Go for the Mississippi gambler look. Yancy Derringer had taste. Eventually, someone in the clothing industry will get it right.

ScotteVest doesn’t deserve your business and Scott Jordan doesn’t deserve to be rich.

Scottevest Mocks Customers Or Idiocracy In Action

Scottevest Mocks Customers Or Idiocracy In Action

 

 

Franken Rose Photo Illustrates Establishment Corruption

Franken Rose Photo Illustrates Establishment Corruption

Franken Rose PhotoThese two buddies enjoying a joke (about women?) perfectly illustrate a big reason for this nation’s problems. A society can’t survive if it is based on lies.

Sen. Al Franken and newly unemployed commentator Charlie Rose for years have been setting social mores and controlling the information we have been receiving much of which was out-and-out falsehood. Matthew Shepard was murdered because he was gay? George W. Bush was a racist? Women make 77 cents on the dollar compared to men? Donald Trump colluded with the Russians?

Etc. etc. etc.

All were repeated as truths by the crowd to which these guys belonged and all were lies. One of Shepard’s murderers, it turns out, was a fellow drug dealer and occasional lover. Homophobia had nothing to do with it.  Bush, of course, was governor when James Byrd’s murderers received the death penalty. And women make the same amount as men for the same job, workload and skill level. 

And while there is no reason to think President Trump colluded with the Russians there is plenty of reason to think his cool-crowd-connected opponent did.

Of course, unless you get your info from alternative sources such as talk radio or independent websites, you are not going to know this.

And now it turns out that Franken and Rose and whole lot of others were self-centered pigs who were laughing up their sleeves at the truth for the last four decades.

Well, it paid well.

Franken Rose Photo Illustrates Establishment Corruption

 

 

Charles Manson Dies 45 Years Late

Charles Manson Dies 45 Years Late — Charles Manson is dead and it’s 45 years too late.

I was eight years old in the summer of 1969 when the Manson cult killed nine innocent people. It horrified me and I’d put my fingers in my ears when the story was reported on the  radio.

But as my understanding of the world then came from TV shows where the bad guys would be caught and justice done, I had faith that would happen.

And they did catch the bad guys.

Justice, though, was never done.

Manson and three of his followers — others would be convicted of other murders — were found guilty in 1971 and received the death penalty. The Supreme Court, however, bizarrely ruled the next year that the death penalty as it existed was unconstitutional and commuted all death sentences to life in prison.

And so Manson live to an old age with the cool crowd calling him a hero. Rolling Stone magazine, which hopefully soon goes the way of Manson, portrayed him as a visionary and expressed sympathy for him. Hippie underground newspapers named him Man of the Year.  Chic radical Bernadine Dohrn expressed awe and admiration.  Ms. Dohrn and her rapey husband Bill Ayers would go on to become Barack Obama’s mentors.

Pop singers adopt his name and his image can still be found on t-shirts.

I really am a fan of Pope Francis but he is dead wrong on the death penalty. The world — and America — would be exponentially better off if that piece of human debris kept his date with the gas chamber 45 years ago.

Charles Manson Dies 45 Years Late

Charles Manson Dies 45 Years Late

Cuban Bicycle Diary Shows Socialism Fails

Cuban Bicycle Diary — A friend has forwarded us the below article:

TRIP TO CUBA . . .well worth the read!

A 77 yr. old guy goes to Europe, Canada, Mexico and now Cuba for bicycle road trips.  I  thought you might enjoy reading his report of his bicycle trip to Cuba:

On February 1st I flew to Atlanta, met some friends  and we flew to Cancun, Mexico.  We spent 4 days there, mostly touring  the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Chichen Itza and getting ready for the next  part of the adventure.  Seven more people flew in and we all boarded a Mexican airline, Interjet, and flew to Havana for a week of bicycle riding in Cuba.

Cuba, where nothing works, including the people.  Unemployment is 48% and of those who do work, 8 out of every 10 work for the government.  Before heading to the western part of the island, we spent a night in Havana at the Riviera Classic, the finest hotel at the time.  20 stories with 3 elevators, but only one worked.   Contrary to what I found in the rest of  the country, my shower only had hot water.  Turn the knobs all you want, but you only got hot, scalding water.

The stories about the old cars is quite true, but many of those cars are used to take tourists on tours of the city.  $30.00 gets you 2 hours in 1952 Cadillac convertible and you can pile in as many people in as you want.  Old Chevys seem to be the most  popular and a few are quite nicely restored.  They all fell in the 1941 to 1957 range.  I saw nothing newer than a 57.  By restored, I  mean they look good on the outside but, as our Cuban tour guide said, there would not be a V8 under the hood.  The original had failed decades ago and with no parts to fix it, other means had to be found.  Generally that involved putting a 4 cylinder Russian made diesel in and making the necessary changes to get it to fit and mate up with an unknown transmission.

Outside Havana, the country is still in the 19th century.  Many people walk, but equally as many use horses, both to ride and to pull carts.  I saw wagons pulled by oxen on the highway.  We traveled by motor coach, stayed in crude motels, and ate in restaurants – all owned by the government.  Staying clean was a challenge.  In the public restrooms, washing your hands was interesting.  You need 3 things to wash your hands — water, soap, towel to dry.  Well, the towel was your shirt or pants, because there never were any towels.  In 1/3 of the toilets there was no water and in one case there was a lady standing beside the sink with a bottle of water to pour over your hands.  In an equal number of places, there was no soap.

If you thought not having soap and water in the restroom was a problem, imagine not having a toilet SEAT.  Yep, no toilet seat and it wasn’t just confined to public facilities.  One of  the rooms we stayed in had no toilet seat, which was matched by the fact  there was no toilet paper.  In its place, somebody had carefully torn individual sheets of toilet paper from a roll and placed them on the back of  the toilet.

Free health care and education is one of the things Castro brought with his revolution.  The health care is generally limited to the bigger cities.  Our guide told us that a taxi driver in Havana earned more in tips each day than a medical doctor earned  in salary in one month.  Oh, and the doctor can be arrested and jailed if he attempts to treat people on the side for extra money.  Education is free, but the reality is that most people cannot afford to stay in school.  Our tour guide was the exception.  He completed college and got a Master’s degree in computer technology, but can’t find a job in that field, so he conducts tours.

We visited a tobacco farm, where we had the opportunity to purchase genuine Cuba cigars for $3.25.  The farm had been in this man’s family for 3 generations, but only recently had actual title been put back in his name.  The  government claimed it after the revolution.   After harvest, the  government takes 90% of the tobacco, leaving the farmer with just 10% for his own personal use.  He chose to demonstrate how to hand roll a cigar, then sell it to tourists.  I asked our guide if all farmers lost 90% of their crop to the government.  His reply, “Oh no, vegetable farmers only give up 60% of their crop.”

The roads looked like they had been carpet bombed with huge pot holes everywhere.  Add that to the very steep hills we encountered and it made for slow biking.  While I am no speed demon, one day I averaged just 4.5 MPH as I attempted to find bits of pavement between the holes in the road.  In many cases, there was no road, just dirt.  When trucks went past, we were engulfed in a storm of dust and exhaust fumes.  A few of the  trucks were leftover Russian military vehicles.  Personal  transportation in the rural area was provided by stake bodied trucks.   People would stand by the side of the road and climb aboard when such a  truck came by.  The fare was around 8 cents and you stood packed in the bed of the truck with several dozen other people.

Those on welfare receive $25 a month, plus a ration of beans, rice and  cooking oil.  The money came from the Cuban government, but the Russians provided the food.  Each month a supply cargo ship docks with beans, rice and cooking oil sent by the Russians.  Speaking of them,  the Cuban version of the Missile Crisis is quite different from what we heard in the US.

Glad I went, but have no desire to return.  Cuba makes our inner cities look like paradise and the poverty is staggering.  After 2 weeks abroad, we flew home and I spent the night in a Hampton Inn at the Atlanta airport, before catching an early morning flight back to Seattle.  Took the longest hot water shower ever after having a cheeseburger, fries and two gin & tonics for dinner.  I was really glad to be back.

Dedicated to all Bernie Sanders supporters and others who believe “Government Socialism” is so much better than our country that was built on “Capitalism.”

 

Cuban Bicycle Diary Shows Socialism Fails

Cuban Bicycle Diary Shows Socialism Fails