I along with many others have argued from the outset that the factual deaths from covid19 were fabricated and misrepresented. This will certainly not be the first time, or the last for that matter, that I’ve written and/or said something controversial. Each and every time I have done same, I have lost subscribers and donors. I have been assailed by persons who were clearly opposed to what I was saying.
When I hear the “B” word being used by the media in reference to politicians who supposedly have done something magnanimous for you and me, I immediately become suspicious. That’s because my experience tells me, when it comes to politics and the “B” word during a presidential election year, we should pay close attention. That goes triple this presidential election year because the evil destroyers are out to destroy President Trump if we don’t stop them.
Every single thing that’s been done to help black people has been done specifically because they’re recognized as a Crayola crayon color. Speaking of which, one wonders how long it will be before Crayola discontinues black crayons because they’ve “woked” to how insensitive having a black crayon is to those people for whom being a crayon color is an identity. But I digress.
I will not be told by Google ads or anyone else that my reporting facts: “Violated its policy against monetizing content that promotes hatred, intolerance, violence or discrimination based on race. When a page or site violates our policies, we take action.
We do well to embrace the aphorism that reminds us to remember history lest we suffer the indignity of repeating it. And before some bright young fellow feels compelled to site the original quote as attributed to Jorge (George) Santayana, please spare me.