Monday, September 5, 2022

Emperor Bidentine Threatens Order 66 Against "MAGA Republicans"


(Image found on Facebook, dialogue bubble added by yours truly)

Last week on Thursday evening (1 Sep 22), Dementia Joe, delivered the most sinister speech, I've ever heard from a US president.

Or in Joe's case, "president."

Curiously, a number of networks that helped drag Basement Biden across the Finish Line of the 2020 Presidential Election did not air the speech.

(Image found on Facebook)

Biden really has crossed over into a dark place, inspiring at least one YouTuber to call him Dark Brandon

To all intents and purposes, Biden declared war on other Americans, and wants to be a civil wartime president. 

I don't know if the Cultural Cold War will turn hot or not.  I pray that we don't experience such a massive social upheaval--or a plunge into totalitarianism.

In the meantime, let the memes continue...

(Image found on Facebook)

Personal Notes:

Hello, and Happy Labor Day!

Thank you for "tuning in," or "re-tuning in" to Station WTFO.

I know it's been nearly 10 months since my last blogpost, but I have a "good" excuse.

Since 2019, I was battling Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), but wasn't fully diagnosed until early 2020.  Just when the Wuhan Flu, and "...4-6 weeks to flatten the curve..." hit our shores.

Last year, my wife drove me to the ER because I was having more trouble breathing than usual.  A few days later, my left lung collapsed, then two days after that, my right lung gave way.  And a few days after that I received a bi-lateral lung transplant.

I spent four months in the hospital (Dec 21- Mar 22), most of it in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

I'm still in recovery mode and will be for nearly another year.  

It's been a struggle learning to breathe normally again, and even walk.

So the last thing I want to do is deal with all the depressing news that's transpired so far.

But Biden's speech spurred me on to write SOMETHING. 

I plan to resume blogging about current events, but at this point, I just don't know when or how frequently.

Thank you for your patience and support.