Heavy D Don’t Tweet, He Acts
Isn’t it great to have the media complaining about what a Republican is doing, instead of what he’s tweeting?
The New York Times recently did a major investigation into Gov. Ron DeSantis’ suspension last August of a Florida prosecutor for the flimsy reason that he’d publicly announced that he would not enforce state law on abortion.
The Florida legislature had just spent nearly two months banging out a compromise bill that allowed abortions up to 15 weeks — more liberal than most European countries — and included an exception for life of the mother. An abortionist would literally have to turn himself in to get prosecuted under this law.
What kind of showboating clown would sign a public “pledge” not to prosecute a case that had about a 1 in 10 billion chance of ever landing in his office?
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Florida state attorney Andrew H. Warren.
This wasn’t Warren’s first publicity stunt. Even a fawning profile on Warren in the Tampa Bay Times noted his penchant for going “out of his way to draw attention to himself,” setting him “apart from other elected prosecutors.”
During the pandemic, Warren held a press conference to announce that he was prosecuting a church pastor for violating the county’s stay-at-home order by holding services — a misdemeanor offense.
Days later, Gov. DeSantis issued an order expressly overriding the county’s shutdown rules — and Warren held a press conference to denounce the governor’s order. People will DIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
He held a press conference a few months later, after dismissing criminal charges against 67 BLM protesters arrested by the police for unlawful assembly. (Luckily, congregating to worship George Floyd poses none of the health risks of congregating to worship Jesus.)
So when Warren held another press conference to announce his pledge not to prosecute abortion cases, DeSantis removed him from office. (Florida constitution: “the governor may suspend from office … any county officer, for malfeasance, misfeasance, neglect of duty …”)
You wanted to be a hero, Andy? OK, you’re a hero! My conscience demands I sign this pledge. Here I stand. I can do no other. … HEY, WAIT! YOU CAN’T FIRE ME!
An accurate headline on this story would be something like, “Governor suspends public servant for refusing to do his job.” But The New York Times’ headline was: “Inside Ron DeSantis’s Politicized Removal of an Elected Prosecutor.” (My headline: “Inside The New York Times’ Politicized Report on a Republican Governor.”)
The reporters, junior psychologists, decided to go beyond the facts and reveal DeSantis’ secret motive. It seems that the real reason DeSantis fired an insolent prosecutor was because: He thought it would be popular with voters.
I know, disgusting, right?
Hey, New York Times, how about asking why firing this preening fruitcake might be well-received by voters?
[Frantically waving my hand.]
People are sick of taxpayer-supported government officials who expect standing ovations for not doing their jobs. It’s become something of a lifestyle choice for Democrats to run for office, then refuse to enforce any laws they disagree with.
President Obama announced that he would not enforce immigration laws against so-called “Dreamers,” despite passing an amnesty being Congress’ job. Obama even gave the illegals work permits, in open defiance of federal law.
Then Trump became president, and Democrats around the country announced that they, too, would refuse to abide by federal immigration laws, declaring themselves “sanctuary cities.”
In the last few years, we got a slew of George Soros-backed, BLM-supporting progressive prosecutors showily refusing to prosecute. Cook County (Illinois) State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, for example, said her goal in office was to fight “mass incarceration,” which is pretty much the exact opposite of her job description. She gave a free pass to most shoplifters, about half of drug traffickers, and gang members engaging in Wild West shootouts — which she described as “mutual combat.”
Instead of “Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time,” how about: “Don’t run for the job if you have no intention of doing it”? (I’m still working on the rhyming part.) It would be like firemen and policemen who refused to respond to calls.
That’s why, yes, New York Times, DeSantis’ firing of Warren is probably going to be a hit with voters. He’s the first guy to take these comic book heroes at their word and remove them from the offices they openly disdain. Hiring DeSantis is a lot easier than having to keep organizing massive recall campaigns — as the residents of San Francisco recently did to get rid of their anti-prosecution prosecutor Chesa Boudin.
But isn’t it great to have the Times mad at a Republican for actually scoring a win — and not for posting obnoxious tweets? If it were Trump, they’d be criticizing him for tweeting something untoward about Andrew Warren’s face.
Everyone’s worried DeSantis won’t be as “exciting” as Trump on the campaign trail. After all-talk-no-action Trump, who cares about talk? This time, we want action.
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Heavy D? I don’t think it will catch on. And this, from Max Boot:
“Public records show that Mr. DeSantis took only three foreign trips as a House member and has taken one foreign trip as governor. All were to Israel.”
Obviously, DeSantis knows where the media power and money are. A very ambitious man. Can’t say I trust him.
DeSantis is already starting to backpedal on Ukraine: https://www.rt.com/news/573473-desantis-ukraine-territorial-dispute/ First, let’s say he was innately Altruistic, then why would he even want to advance his career by “betraying” Floridians by quitting as governor in an effort to become President? I speculate that he is interested in increasing his yearly income and acquiring all the special perks/power as President – access to top secrets, ability to engage in crime and get away with it, making life-long elite connections for a lucrative/resource-rich post-President future, etc.
I know my position is rather unique here, but I just can’t see any Altruistic reasons for a European-American to choose to enter mainstream politics in America, since he would clearly be aware that there is nothing left to protect in this country – no relatively homogeneous cultural-religious-ethno core, the entire nation controlled by the Ashkenazim and existing exclusively to serve Ashkenazi ethnic interests, a dysgenic European population living predominantly for hedonism, gluttony, and debauchery (minus the Amish), half the nation consisting of unintelligent sociopathic Africans and Browns, etc. Thus, the only reason for European-Americans to enter mainstream politics would be for personal resource acquisition, and they have no moral opposition to support any position that will achieve them this.
Trump bloviated about NordStream but it took real men like Biden to blow it up. War-war is better than jaw-jaw. DeSantis is the office boy.
Invent a creative portmanteau: “skyboxification”
“Doctoral students: Yascha Mounk”
The Jews are eager to denounce capitalism while at the same time concealing who these capitalists are in the vast majority. In doing so, they skillfully create ill-feeling and social envy, which is a disaster for society as a whole.
Radiant dogs only mate with dogs that are also radiant to the same degree. This is clearly artificially created nuclear dog racism. The bright Uranium race are the original Dog-Aryans, while the dark Plutonium race are the Negroes, severely limited in their mental horizon and driven by lower intentions. It’s just like Disney’s dog character “Pluto,” who can’t say anything except “Kiss me.” https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-023-00629-6
Speaking of Uranium: The “British” Indian is now even
supplying the “Ukrainian” Jew with uranium weapons.
“Baroness Goldie” (is dat thing even a woman?)
What I like about Ann Coulter is that her humor makes accessible that part of consciousness that is also accessed by music, maybe poetry. I’m not enough of a psychologist to explain the phenomena in technically inaccessible to the illiterati terms. But I like it. I like her writing. And I like her.
D-sanctimonious made three foreign trips to Israel during his time in office. He is AIPAC approved malarkey in a neocon role. His attack on the social idiocy of the Bagel Boyz is just fluff and nothing.
Donnie Trump is little better. His son-in-law being an enemy agent and all. His Reaganesque “helping the blacks” ignored White people for four straight years. Donnie is all talk no action. He can be a better role model as a martyr than as a leader.
Ann Coulter is a loudmouth with little brains. She was boosting that fat idiot Crispy Creme Christie before she jumped on the Trump wagon. Now she’s pushing that nothing AIPAC approved creampuff from Florida.
Voting will do NOTHING at this point. All the veterans and gun owners need to step up and march on the swamp. Surround the place and shut off the lights. DIEversity will do the killing and destroying.
90% of the Bagel Boyz Zionist Occupation is in the swamp. That centralization is the key weakness of this foul system of occupation.
Just read the “dissertation” by which the Jewish Negro Alex Karp acquired a “doctorate” in Frankfurt in 2002. The guy writes such an inconceivable substance-less nonsense, which makes no sense in any respect. This is supposed to be a “doctoral thesis in philosophy” (!), for which one normally needs several years? There is neither a thesis, nor any refutation of an already established thesis in this writing. Only irrational bullshit. Imagine: This guy sits on the board of BASF, did the same for two years at Axel Springer. I became aware of this clown through Henrik Palmgren (from min. 1:50).
“Making sense” is the inexplicable career of this ultimate nonentity without any mental facility, talent or analytical mind, only under the premise of being protected by some misplaced idiots just because of his “origin” and thus being quasi “immune” against any challenge. If a German would have written this crap, which is made up on the lowest intellectual level, he would have been kicked out of the university in a high arc – and that already in the first semester! This does not even reach mediocre German high school graduation level! Jewgle-Translation https://www.docdroid.net/848Bu5u/karp-pdf
Disinformant Fartinez again conducts infantile monologues about his favorite topic: “market economics.” Only he never asks the right questions, but remains stuck in his pubertal consumerist delusion. https://odysee.com/@martinezperspective:2/mp-stream-march24-2023:4
Right questions would be, for example: 99 percent of what his beloved capitalism produces can be safely thrown away! No healthy nation needs that! Capitalism must produce and sell at any price. Would a city built by traditionalists, nativists and nationalists look like the faceless Jewish (capitalist) New York: a screaming desert of glass, steel and concrete?
The “communist” Chinese think so, which is why they mimic America in (almost every) way. Moreover, a capitalism 100 years ago or 50 years ago looked different from one today. Here terms are thrown together, which today have no or a completely different meaning.
Fartinez then always puts the planned economy of the communists as a spectre in the room, as the only antipole to the, in his opinion, not deeply corrupt but “healthy capitalism”, whether there would be no third way (which existed successfully, which was a thorn in the eye of the Jews, therefore it had to disappear and is demonized until today).
Orban, Fartinez notes, is a “nationalist, but not a Jew-hater, otherwise he would not have succeeded.” True enough. But Orban governs a country whose economy depends solely on money injections from Brussels (in reality, of course, mainly from Germany) and a GDP of a medium-sized American town.
You have to travel through Hungary to see where they get their products, clothes, food, be it the publishing industry, the supermarket chains or the few companies that have any employees at all. Hungary is not a producer but a charity recipient, degraded to an “outlet” for multinational corporations.
Speaking of Tweet: Cucker Snarlson with plate-sized pit-stains already in March, the studio must smell severely of beta-cuck pheromones. This man-sized muffin top should definitely work on his fitness if he doesn’t want to lose his “sex appeal” for women, which is based solely on his wealth and “celebrity factor”. And put on at least out of consideration for his viewers a (very) dark shirt. https://twitter.com/WorldWarWang/status/1636243102577967104
Jeff replies to comments below his vid:
“It’s a shame more people don’t like progressive (especially Americans). Europe and other countries people have a more sophisticated musical sense residing much closer to the great classical composers of the Romantic era and their native heritage which was gradually lost many generations after they arrived here in the 1600’s. Unfortunately, much of the U.S. ‘designed’ music somewhat spoiled and diluted the better elements, originality and craftsmanship of the Euro classics over time, to which they fell to emulation and compromise.”
“Perhaps a future special interest group will be offended by the Mona Lisa, demanded she have a mustache to please the LGBTQ crowd?”
Looks like the Observer started running Ann’s columns just in time for her shilling for DeSantis. She has grown tiresome.