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Funny how three of my least favorite individuals all are -steins. That would be Larry Silverstein, the mobbed-up World Trade Center insurance fraudster and confessed controlled demolition criminal; Cass Sunstein, Obama’s anti-9/11-truth czar; and Jeffrey Epstein, the pedophile pimp to politicians and potentates who definitely did not hang himself.
Next question: What explains the incredible shrinking COVID virus? It’s down 42% globally and 57% in the US since its peak January 8th. Did the whole world, especially Americans, finally decide to suddenly start doing the masking and distancing thing? Is the vaccine working even before it’s hardly gotten started? Maybe the virus knows the vaccine is on its way and decided to skedaddle?
And if you thought COVID was a mean and nasty threat to old folks, get a load of ZIOVID! The tribe that’s perpetrating genocide in Occupied Palestine just charged a 95-year-old “former concentration camp secretary during the Holocaust” with 10,000 counts of murder. (Why not the whole “magic six million”?)
But persecuting 95-year-olds isn’t enough for the Zios. So they are also charging a 100 year old with supposedly being a former concentration camp guard. Next, a 105-year-old? Then will they start digging up corpses to charge, like the Ghibelline corpses dug up and put on trial by the Guelphs and their Inquisition?
The only good news this week was that 55 Congress-critters want to give each of us $2000 a month “until the economy recovers.” Since the Senior Editor has been neglecting to pay us VT writers the $2000 a month we deserve, it would sure be nice if Congress stepped in and set him straight.
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