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By Jack Dalton on 08/04/2021

This COVID + Immigration Crisis Is Creating A Huge Political Opportunity For Trump—Or DeSantis?

When President Biden told Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to “get out of the way” and let the state’s medical bureaucrats “do the right thing” to fight the state’s Flu Manchu surge, De Santis flipped him the figurative bird [Biden tells DeSantis to 'get out of the way' amid Covid surge, by Gary Fineout, Politico, August 3, 2021]. “Why don’t you do your job?” DeSantis said. “Why don’t you get this border secure?”:

It was a perfect rejoinder. Biden is swamping the country with COVID-carrying illegals. Former President Trump says little about immigration these days, and even if he did, no one would know: Big Tech has muzzled him. There’s a void opening up, and DeSantis can fill it—above all, if he urges an immigration moratorium

July’s unofficial numbers at the border with Mexico are mind-boggling if not downright terrifying. Border agents apprehended more than 210,000 illegals, some 6,779 per day [Children stopped at border likely hit record-high in July, by Elliott Spagag, The Associated Press, August 3, 2021].

Of course, AP focused on the “children” because lachrymose tales about “children” make them a human shield that paralyzes critics of Biden’s Border Treason. That aside, border agents stopped 78,000 migrants in the Rio Grande Valley Border Sector alone. Another 37,000 are thought to have evaded the Border Patrol and slipped into the country.

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By Jack Dalton on 08/04/2021

This COVID + Immigration Crisis Is Creating A Huge Political Opportunity For Trump—Or DeSantis?

When President Biden told Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to “get out of the way” and let the state’s medical bureaucrats “do the right thing” to fight the state’s Flu Manchu surge, De Santis flipped him the figurative bird [Biden tells DeSantis to 'get out of the way' amid Covid surge, by Gary Fineout, Politico, August 3, 2021]. “Why don’t you do your job?” DeSantis said. “Why don’t you get this border secure?”:

It was a perfect rejoinder. Biden is swamping the country with COVID-carrying illegals. Former President Trump says little about immigration these days, and even if he did, no one would know: Big Tech has muzzled him. There’s a void opening up, and DeSantis can fill it—above all, if he urges an immigration moratorium

July’s unofficial numbers at the border with Mexico are mind-boggling if not downright terrifying. Border agents apprehended more than 210,000 illegals, some 6,779 per day [Children stopped at border likely hit record-high in July, by Elliott Spagag, The Associated Press, August 3, 2021].

Of course, AP focused on the “children” because lachrymose tales about “children” make them a human shield that paralyzes critics of Biden’s Border Treason. That aside, border agents stopped 78,000 migrants in the Rio Grande Valley Border Sector alone. Another 37,000 are thought to have evaded the Border Patrol and slipped into the country.

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By Ann Coulter on 08/04/2021
There’s a disturbing trend among post-Trump populists to think that just because they’ve rejected the old GOP ideas about tax cuts and permanent war, they should also reject standard GOP ideas about big government social engineering projects. Currently, the most embarrassing of the allegedly populist right-wing enthusiasms is the pro-natalist position. The idea, in a nutshell, is that family format...
By Neil Kumar on 08/03/2021

On July 12, I launched my campaign for the GOP nomination in Arkansas’s Third District of the U.S. House. I am primarying veteran Rep. Steve Womack, one of the few Republicans to vote for Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Commission. One of my key issues: a twenty-year immigration moratorium. Local articles on my candidacy were published on July 13 [Kumar plans to face Womack in primary, by Stephen Simpson, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette] and July 15 [Neil Kumar announces he will challenge U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, by Ronak Patel, Fort Smith Times Record] But on July 29, less than three weeks after I started my campaign, Facebook effectively shut down my official Facebook campaign page by deleting my personal account. Maybe Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t want an immigration moratorium?

Technically, my Facebook campaign page is still up. Functionally, however, it has been disabled, because my personal account was the admin—so, while the page still exists, I cannot access it, post to it, or update it in any way. I suspect this was by design; now, the Tech Totalitarians can claim: “But we didn’t delete the page!”

What was the reason Facebook provided for deleting my personal account? “Your account, or activity on it, doesn’t follow our Community Standards.” This is a fraud on its very face, for my personal account had nothing—literally, nothing whatsoever—posted to it. It was used solely as the admin for my campaign page.

This brazen lie is similar to Facebook’s deletion of Peter and Lydia Brimelow’s personal accounts, as well as the VDARE account. The reason Facebook provided: VDARE.com and the Brimelows were engaged in “spam,” running a bot farm. Of course, this was completely untrue (and why does Facebook now also prevent unrelated third parties from posting VDARE.com material to their own Facebook pages?).

We know why Big Tech lies so arrogantly: because they know that they are above the law. At least, they think they are. The VDARE Foundation has now filed a defamation lawsuit, so we’ll see.

Of course, I was not surprised that Facebook hobbled my campaign social media. I expected it. If Facebook could ban the incumbent President of the United States with impunity, they can do anything to anyone and everyone.

By Michelle Malkin on 08/03/2021

Never have so many won so many accolades for so few real achievements on the world stage. That about sums up the Olympics 2021—or, as I call them, the O-limp-ics 2021. Indeed, the time has come to retire the hallowed motto of the Games: "Faster, Higher, Stronger."

In our modern age, it's: "Woker, Weaker, Loser."

By Jared Taylor on 08/02/2021

See, earlier, by Steve Sailer: The Race FAQ

Crossposted from Amren.com

Americans can’t stop talking about race and racism. Why? Because black people don’t do as well as white people. They are poorer, more likely to be in jail, they are fatter, more likely to have illegitimate children, and the black part of town is always the worst. There is only one official explanation for this. It’s the fault of white people.

But racial discrimination has been illegal for more than half a century. There are now built-in advantages for black people called affirmative action and diversity goals. That’s why Critical Race Theory now says white people are oppressing black people whether we want to or not. It’s our nature.

Is that really believable? Are we unconsciously oppressing black people? Isn’t it plausible to ask whether, on average, the different races might not have the same abilities? Couldn’t it be that most of the time in America, people of all races rise and fall according to their abilities?

At some level, almost everyone knows that races are different. The Tokyo Olympics are going on now, and I can make a prediction with complete confidence. Blacks who come originally from West Africa will dominate the sprints, and blacks who come from East Africa will dominate the long distances. It’s been that way for at a long time. Here’s Jesse Owens beating the white guys in the 1936 Olympics, 85 years ago.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 08/02/2021
Just seven weeks into his presidency, Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Among the largest spending bills in history, it was passed without the vote of a single Republican. The plan sent direct payments of up to $1,400 to most Americans, extended a $300 per week unemployment insurance boost until Sept. 6 and expanded the child tax credit for a year. It also put $350 billion into...
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