Strange Vans At Marple Walmart

Strange Vans At Marple Walmart –Charlie Alexander, who has been driving nuts the powers that be in Delaware County, Pa, posted this video, today, April 22, on X. It’s of two unusual matching vans in the Walmart parking lot in Marple. He asked one driver if he was involved in human trafficking without getting an answer. The other vehicle fled.

The driver could have said many things to ease suspicions.

He could have simply said “no”.

He could have said “go away or I’m calling a cop”.

That would have worked too.

But he just sat there and looked nervous.

The vans were were white, unmarked and had what appeared to be ventilating fans on the roof. One had a Pennsylvania plate, and the other had an Illinois one.

Here is the video:

Strange Vans At Marple Walmart

Strange Vans At Marple Walmart

Bill Maher Goes Q, Thank U

Bill Maher Goes Q, Thank U — Iconic liberal TV host and outspoken Democrat Bill Maher shouted to the world, April 19, the epidemic of child trafficking and pedophilia plaguing us.

He called out Nickelodeon and Disney by name and said the Max documentary “Quiet on Set” about child abuse at Nickelodeon is the talk of Hollywood.

He sounded like he was posting on 8chan — since evolved into 8kun — circa 2017.

We’ve always found the Q movement entertaining. The most troubling thing for us was that — despite its craziness — it more accurately described current events than the Washington Post or New York Times or other official news outlets.

Child trafficking was upon what it focused and it stayed focused on it despite the laughter.

While Jeff Epstein and Disney and Hollywood stories were being spiked by the establishment mouthpieces, the anons behind Q were digging and dissecting often with healthy skepticism.

And now what they revealed more than half a decade ago is being dragged into the light.

Are children actually being eaten? Harvested for adrenaline? Are household names involved?

We no longer laugh at the claims.

The same day Maher gave his monologue, Conservative Voice, which airs noon to 2 on WWDB 860AM interviewed, Kim Kelly of Uniting America. She described the same thing albeit it in far more detail. Thousands of children disappear in this country every year. Yes, we have leaders who are being blackmailed via child sex do the bidding of evil people.

The podcast can be found here:

Anyway, Bill, WWG1WGA

Bill Maher Goes Q

Your Body So What Says Mary Gay

Your Body So What Says Mary Gay — An undated video of Delco’s congresswoman, Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Pa5), is flying around X in which she praises lockdowns and says those reluctant to take vaccines deserve what’s coming to them as far as loss of employment and education.

Former Al Gore advisor Naomi Wolf describes her smile as “demonic”.

Patrick Byrne is, well, even more undiplomatic.

Mary Gay proclaims “my body, my choice,” as she demands restriction-free abortion even through the ninth month.

Granted, the slogan ignores the body of the baby and the wishes of the father, albeit ironically far more often than not it’s the father whose choice is what’s honored in the termination of a pregnancy.

Her hypocrisy, though, is still glaring.

There are a lot very good reasons why one might not want to take a vax, even one far more tested that the Covid ones foisted upon us.

For Pete’s sake, there are people who can’t eat peanuts.

Here is the video.

This November, let’s choose to retire Mary Gay.

Your Body So What Says Mary Gay
Oh, come on, Naomi. It’s not THAT demonic.

Dasha Pruett To Launch Indy Congressional Campaign

Dasha Pruett To Launch Indy Congressional Campaign — Dasha Pruett is off the ballot for tomorrow’s (April 23) primary ballot and will launch an independent campaign for Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District, according to her husband, Rich.

This gives clear sailing for party-endorsed Alfe Goodwin to be the Republican nominee but might make things harder to unseat Democrat incumbent Mary Gay Scanlon in November.

Dasha needs 4,200 signatures by Aug. 1 to get on November’s ballot, said Rich.

Meanwhile, Mary Gay is getting some unfortunate publicity on X. Story here.

Dasha Pruett To Launch Indy Congressional Campaign

Border Crisis Creates Enviro Worries; Happy Earth Day

Border Crisis Creates Enviro Worries; Happy Earth Day

By Joe Guzzardi

If Earth Day’s founders were alive to see the tattered remains of their noble mission, they would shake their heads in dismay. The essential requirement for a sound environment is a stable population, a basic guideline that the Biden administration has trampled on in its quest to destroy sovereign America. For three years, Americans have been lectured to about how the arriving migrants, a euphemism for illegal aliens, are simply searching for a better life. But that trite observation is incomplete. “A better life” means that illegal immigrants came to America to become consumers—of goods, services and, most critically to Earth Day advocates, the nation’s precious, scarce and irreplaceable natural resources.

Look back to January 1969 when Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson (D), the driving force behind Earth Day, and many others witnessed the ravages of Santa Barbara’s massive oil spill which eventually sent 9,000 gallons of oil per hour along California’s pristine coastline. For Nelson, who had long been concerned about the United States’ deteriorating environment, the massive oil spill was his defining moment in launching an activist movement. By the time Union Oil stopped the leakage, the spill rate hit 24,000 U.S. gallons per day, the worst spill in the nation’s history. Devastation was everywhere; oil-coated loons and Western grebes piled up along the unspoiled California coastline. Despite attempts to clean and care for the oil-slicked birds, conservationists estimated that 9,000 died. “The Santa Barbara incident,” Nelson said, “has frankly touched the conscience of the American people.” The disastrous spill motivated Nelson to launch a nationwide teach-in about environmental awareness similar to the teach-ins anti-Vietnam War protestors were conducting.

Environmentalists celebrated the first official Earth Day on April 22, 1970, and momentum to protect America the beautiful quickly surged. A decade later, the 1980 Earth Day event was held in Washington. D.C. across from the White House and capped ten years of new, major U.S. environmental laws that included the Endangered Species Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act, Toxics Substances Control Act, and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. Earth Day spearheaded a decade of significant advancement— the Environmental Protection Agency’s formation and the banning of DDT and of lead in gasoline. During the 1980s, Earth Day’s reach expanded internationally. By 1990 Earth Day was global; environmental concerns activated two hundred million people in 141 countries. In 1995, President Bill Clinton gave Nelson the coveted Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian award.

Today, environmentalists face a different but equally grave challenge than the one that concerned those decades ago. While not as dramatic as millions of washed-up dead waterfowl, unchecked population growth has an equally devastating effect on the environment. In 1970, the U.S. population stood at 203 million; in 2024, more than 336 million residents inhabit the U.S. The Census Bureau Population Clock shows that arriving net international migrants come at the rate of one every 27 seconds and represent the major population driver. The population growth formula: births, one every nine seconds, minus deaths, one every ten seconds, plus net international arrivals, one every 27 seconds, equals a net gain of one person every 20 seconds.

President Joe Biden’s welcoming open border policies which have allowed about 7.2 million illegal immigrants to resettle in the U.S. have exacerbated the population crisis, and have established an unsustainable, but nevertheless ongoing policy. Non-immigrant visa overstays add another 650,ooo-850,000 annually to the existing population. About 1.5 million got aways is a population concern and also a homeland threat. The U.S. has successfully lowered its fertility rate to 1.786 births per woman, well-below the previous 2.1 replacement level. But the advancement in lowering the birth rate is obliterated by the arriving illegal immigrants. While some social scientists are troubled by falling birth rates, low fertility offers advantages: easing ecological pressures, preventing overcrowding and reducing the infrastructure costs that come with a growing population. The ignored variable in the population growth formula is immigration.

One month ago, on March 22, the United Nations observed World Water Day, an event that should raise consciousness about how immigration-driven population growth has dried up vital water bodies. The final scorecard: Roughly 40 percent of wells have hit all-time lows since 2010. The seven states that signed the Colorado River Compact in 1922 had a combined population of 2.8 million in 1900. Their combined populations today exceed 62 million. More immigration means more sprawl—people need water for personal consumption. Homes, hospitals and schools must be built. If immigration is not reduced, the West’s arid regions will have millions more people, fewer farms, and more expensive, and perhaps severely rationed water. The Colorado River loses 19.3-million-acre feet of water per year to cities, farms and evaporation, roughly the amount of water used by the 50 largest U.S. cities each year. The river can be saved but not without significant reductions in water use, especially from the irrigated agriculture industry which could adversely affect the nation’s food supply.

Although some media outlets have reported on the open Southwest and Northern borders, few have emphasized that chain migration allows illegal immigrants, once they obtain legal status, can petition non-nuclear family members. Once on U.S. soil, they may either grow their existing families or begin new ones. Within two decades, chain migration and new family formations could increase the 7.2 million aliens by a multiplier of three. Princeton University researchers established the three-times multiplier. Within a generation, today’s non-existent border enforcement and foolish immigration laws policies will eventually lead to twenty-one million new residents whose histories are linked to illegal immigration.

Immigration is politics’ third rail. But Nelson considered population stabilization a key component to environmental stabilization. To immigration expansionists, Nelson said, “It’s phony to say, ‘I’m for the environment but not for limiting immigration.’”

Joe Guzzardi is an Institute for Sound Public Policy analyst. Contact him at

Border Crisis Creates Enviro Worries; Happy Earth Day

Border Crisis Creates Enviro Worries; Happy Earth Day Border Crisis Creates Enviro Worries

Linen cloths lying William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-22-19

Linen cloths lying William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-22-19

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Linen cloths lying William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-22-19 Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. Psalms

Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Then Simon Peter came, following him, and went into the tomb. He saw the linen cloths lying there, and the face cloth, which had been on Jesus’ head, not lying with the linen cloths but folded up in a place by itself. Then the other disciple, who had reached the tomb first, also went in, and he saw and believed
John 20:6

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