Vaccine Lawsuit

Let’s Go Brandon ’Suit

While watching Newsmax and trying to engage brain function with my second cup of coffee, I had a RBDBE (random bus driver brain eruption). It was sudden and completely unexpected, as most are, but this happened prior to full-caffeination.

Rob Finnerty (Wake Up America) was interviewing a guest about a lawsuit against the Biden vaccine mandate for businesses. Brandon Trosclair and his attorney Buck Dougherty decided to bring the suit and stand up for the rights of business owners not just locally, but across the nation. Brandon said, “This isn’t an anti-vaccine deal, this is an anti-mandate.” Let’s Go Brandon.

Then Rob Finnerty played a clip from Meet the Press. It featured White House Chief-of-Staff, Ron Klain. He steadfastly dismissed the illegality of the Biden vaccine mandates by literally lying on national TV. He lied about the Supreme Court, he also lied about OSHA’s authority, and he did it with purpose.

The Biden administration knows that the vaccine mandate is illegal, so they developed a workaround using OSHA to enforce a workplace regulation (aka the mandate). This isn’t the RBDBE that I mentioned above, but doesn’t that sound like the same thing the Obama administration did with Obama Care? Do you remember when they changed the fine for not signing up? It went from a penalty to a tax and then Obama used the IRS to enforce it. Ummm.

Ron Klain went on to say, “If OSHA can tell people to wear a hard hat on the job—it can put in place these simple measures (aka mandate the vax) to keep our workers safe.”

Check it out.

White House chief of staff ‘confident’ Biden vaccine mandates will be upheld, in spite of court freeze (nbcnews.com)

WASHINGTON, DC – the White House October 22, 2014 (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Here’s the RBDBE.

OSHA requires hard hats because gravity works and heavy things fall. When something heavy falls on a human head, things break.

I, and most of my fellow Americans, have natural immunities to covid; we do not have natural immunities to falling objects. It’s the truth and common sense aspect of Ron Klain’s analogy that he chooses to ignore. But we shouldn’t be surprised; ignoring the truth is the reason Klain’s entire clip is a lie.

I welcome liberal comment on this. Fair warning, bouncing around the truth just may be the double-edged sword that cuts you down.

I Hate to Say I Told You So …

The bald-faced truth hidden behind the title.

Prelude to the post:

In order to establish my credibility, expertise, and truth detecting abilities regarding the following post, let me reiterate, I’m a bus driver. People, whose daily existence depends solely on their innate ability to deceive, lie to me every day in a vain attempt to avoid paying their fare share. We call them passengers.

Now for the post:

Everybody always says it: I hate to tell you that I told you so but— and then they go on telling you. Of course, it’s a blatant lie. If they hated to tell you something, they wouldn’t, and that would be the end it. That said. I’m here to break with tradition and pretense; I’m going to publicly relish and admire my prescient abilities by proclaiming

I Love to Say I Told You So.

Check out my post The Tail is Wagging the Dog. It’s a little long but it has a big picture that takes up a lot of space. It’s one of my more important posts given the situation our military leadership is in today. And make no mistake; it is our military, not the leadership’s. This is an excerpt to whet your appetite.

General Milley-mouse is the Chairman JCOS and as such, is the man, the last man in the military hierarchy with the responsibility to put himself between danger and the American people. Somewhere along his career path, he forgot that he’s a soldier and became a politician. When President Biden ordered a full-scale retreat from Afghanistan prior to securing the safety of our American citizens and allies, Gen. Mouse had a duty to say NO.  I will not give that order. At that moment, while not risking life or limb, Gen. Milley would have become a national hero. But because his career is more important to him than his duty, he became what he is today.

So here’s the I Told You So part. According to published reports, and this includes some liberal-leaning publications, General (Milley) Mouse found it necessary to contact his counterpart in China and discuss a preemptive (against the US), cowardly, and treasonous act. Imagine the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff warning the enemy before an attack. It’s difficult for me to contemplate. Besides—where would Gen. Milley-Mouse, a pusillanimous backstabber, ever find the intestinal fortitude to do something so egregious?

The answer is. He doesn’t need intestinal fortitude because he doesn’t think warning the enemy of an attack is egregious; it’s smart politics (at least he thinks so). He sees himself as a politician, not a soldier and that’s why he did what he did while serving President Trump. Could you imagine what would happen if he made that call while serving Presidents Obama or Biden? Or wait … wait for it … waittt … I’m having a prescient moment.

Maybe—just maybe, he is serving Obama/Biden.

PS – check these out.

Trump about Milley

Beauty and Brains (never commingled on CNN or MSNBC)

Milley faces growing calls to resign over call with China – Bing video

Romney Crawls Out

I’m home from work sick with the flu today and I heard on the radio that Mitt Romney held a press conference. I had no idea what it was about but my first inclination was to wonder why he crawled out from under his rock in the first place. Look, I know from my last post some people might think that I’m a Trump supporter. So, I’m going on record right now. The only way I would vote for Trump is if his opposition is Hillary, Bernie, or Mitt. But that’s for another post.

So, where does Romney get the idea to go on national television and trash Trump? I’ll tell you where. It’s the Republican Establishment that gave us Mitch McConnell, John “Cry Baby” Boehner, and yes, even Paul Ryan. And no, I’m not going to sugarcoat it, these guys are liars. They, and every single career politician like them, will say and do whatever they think they need to in order to stay in power. Forget what’s right or good for the country.

That said. No matter what Mitt does or says, now or in the future, will ever erase the image in my mind of that man at the end of the third debate. He was the last to speak and Barrack Hussein Obama could not respond. The camera was close in, the presidency on the line and millions of voters were waiting to hear him say, “And if I were President, Benghazi would never have happened. Furthermore, if you elect me President, those guilty and the countries that support them, will be held to account.”

He said nothing.

This is the man who now stands and criticizes Donald Trump on national TV. Romney, a man who quite literally looked America in the eye, squatted, and took a huge fly-circling, steamy-stinky shit on all his supporters, the office of the President, and the United States of America. It wasn’t just a mistake; it was a colossal exhibition of ineptitude.

By the way, didn’t Trump endorse Romney when Romney ran for President? I wonder what Mitt was saying about Donald back then (just four years ago). Liar, liar!

Mitt, I have two words of advice for you. First, please do us all a favor and crawl back under that rock you were hiding under and don’t ever come out again. Second, most of us, Liberal, Independent, and Conservative, consider our pets as part of the family. Family rides in the car, not on top of it.