Wonder what they are doing in that unit

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A blast from the past - Jim Baker

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From Matt Taibbi who was the person releasing the Elon Musk/Hunter Biden details:

Matt Taibbi @mtaibbi.nnn
THREAD: Twitter Files Supplemental
Matt Taibbi
@mtaibbi

On Friday, the first installment of the Twitter files was published here. We expected to publish more over the weekend. Many wondered why there was a delay.

We can now tell you part of the reason why. On Tuesday, Twitter Deputy General Counsel (and former FBI General Counsel) Jim Baker was fired. Among the reasons? Vetting the first batch of "Twitter Files" -- without knowledge of new management.

The process for producing the "Twitter Files" involved delivery to two journalists (Bari Weiss and me) via a lawyer close to new management. However, after the initial batch, things became complicated.

Over the weekend, while we both dealt with obstacles to new searches, it was @BariWeiss who discovered that the person in charge of releasing the files was someone named Jim. When she called to ask "Jim's" last name, the answer came back: "Jim Baker."

"My jaw hit the floor," says Weiss.

The first batch of files both reporters received was marked, "Spectra Baker Emails."

Baker is a controversial figure. He has been something of a Zelig of FBI controversies dating back to 2016, from the Steele Dossier to the Alfa-Server mess. He resigned in 2018 after an investigation into leaks to the press.

The news that Baker was reviewing the "Twitter files" surprised everyone involved, to say the least. New Twitter chief Elon Musk acted quickly to "exit" Baker Tuesday.

Has more lives than a cat.  Makes me wonder just how many other swamp has-beens are drawing a salary doing nothing in other corporations in America.  Driving costs up paying them for their "service" to the deep state...

Kale in the news

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Love the guy - he is irreverent but smart and spot on.  Hides his brains behind his folksy demeanor:

Weekly meetings

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So true - from Chris Lynch:

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Great news about the USA

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Was worried for a little bit - now I am very reassured.
From America's Newspaper of Record:

President Informs Nation He's Doing Great Job
President Biden addressed an increasingly divided nation Tuesday morning to remind everyone that he's doing a great job.

"Look, here's the deal. I'm doing a great job," he said, tears welling up in his eyes. "I'm a hard worker. Always have been since I got my start driving mack trucks through the deep coal mines of Scranton, Pennsylvania."

The president gave his address from a replica of the Oval Office because the actual president, VP Kamala Harris, was busy signing executive orders in Biden's name, say sources. The larger set allowed for the use of a large teleprompter that Biden's failing eyesight could still make out.

"I promise you I'll always be straight with you, Jackie Chan," Biden told the American public. "Not a joke. Not sure what that word is. Pass. End of speech."

The televised address disrupted normal TV programming, but Neilsen ratings confirm viewers quickly turned off their sets once they saw the president come into view.

More at the site - good to know...

Nothing much happening today...

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Slow news day.  Did a run into Bellingham to get some staples and take care of a few things.

Quick surf and then working at the farm tomorrow.

Stilton gets it - voting

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More at the site: Poop or Consequences

From Gateway Pundit:

Brazil Military Kills “Red Command” Cartel Leaders, Prepares Take Over
In an unusual step for the military, the Army has invaded favelas of Rio de Janeiro and killed top leaders of the Comando Vermelho (Red Command) drug cartel, which supports the Communist criminal Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Observers take this to indicate the beginning of a federal military intervention. The drug gangs were the only ones to celebrate the alleged election victory by criminal Lula Oct. 30, firing automatic weapons in the air in the favelas. President Bolsonaro cracked down hard on the Brazilian drug gangs.

“The heads of drug trafficking of Morro do Juramento and Juramentinho, identified as Rodrigo Barbosa Marinho, known as Rolinha or Titio Rolinha, and Hevelton Nascimento Júnior, the “Bad Boy”, respectively, were killed during a Military Police operation in Vicente de Carvalho on Thursday (1st). Three other suspects died in the action and one, who was also injured, is imprisoned in custody in the hospital” O Dia reports.

The drug cartels are the armed wing of the Communists. Comando Vermelho controls parts of Rio de Janeiro and was formed 1979 as an alliance between cartels and Communists. If they are eliminated, the risk 0f a civil war will be significantly reduced.

Good - get the dark money out of politics and restore the rightfully elected President.
The Brazilian people voted for President Bolsonaro, they deserve his leadership.
The protests are massive but narry a peep from our Fake Media:

Breaking Kitchen - mashup

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This is fun - more of their work here Alternative Cuts:

Socialized medicine - the end game

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Take heed what is happening to the North - the idea of socialized medicine sounds very attractive to the low-information voter. Unfortunately, you run out of money and crap like this happens more and more often - from FOX News:

Canada offered assisted suicide to a Paralympian veteran who wanted a wheelchair lift installed
Canada's Veterans Affairs office offered to assist a Paralympian and veteran to commit suicide when she sought to have a wheelchair lift installed in her home, the woman told lawmakers last week.

Christine Gauthier, a 52-year-old retired corporal who competed in the 2016 Paralympics at Rio De Janeiro, testified to lawmakers that a VA official had offered — in writing — to provide her with a medically-assisted suicide kit. The case officer remains unnamed but reportedly made similar offers to at least three other veterans, according to the Independent.

"I have a letter saying that if you’re so desperate, madam, we can offer you MAID, medical assistance in dying," Gauthier said in a hearing before the House of Commons veterans affairs committee.

Remember death panels anyone?  Remember when that was in the 2009 news when Obamacare was being debated?

Over 1,000 comments - well worth reading.  Hit a nerve.

Studied biology in college

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True this:

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Still media silence - Hunter's laptop

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Says it all - the big-three Friday coverage:

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Dispatches from WW-III

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No, not the political stupidity in Ukraine, the real WW-III.
They declared it outright years ago, we are still not aware of it. 
From Task & Purpose:

US Navy seizes massive shipment of ammo, explosive material in Gulf of Oman
For the second time in less than a month, the U.S. Navy intercepted a ship passing through the Gulf of Oman and seized a large shipment of illicit weapons bound for Yemen..

The Navy made the interception on Thursday, Dec. 1. Sailors with the Navy’s 5th Fleet stopped a fishing trawler in the gulf. During a flag verification boarding, they found a large cargo of munitions and chemical propellant. The sailors seized 1.1 million rounds of 7.62mm ammo, as well as an additional 25,000 12.7mm rounds. The trawler also was carrying almost 7,000 rocket fuses and more than 2,000 kilograms of a propellant used in rocket propelled grenades. The cargo totaled more than 50 tonnes.

The previous intercept:

The seizure comes less than a month after the 5th Fleet’s USS The Sullivans, alongside the U.S. Coast Guard’s USCGC John Scheuerman, intercepted a ship carrying more than 170 tons of chemicals toward Yemen.

From Iran. Remember? They are supposed to be our enemy but Obama sent them $150 Billion including a stunning $1.8 Billion in cash.

This is so true

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People are oblivious to the technology used to enslave them:

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They made sure that the chains were nice and soft and comfortable.
From 90 Miles

We've only just begun - Twitter

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Interesting and not unsuspected:

Ad Hominem - Twitter

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From InfoGalactic:

An ad hominem (Latin for "to the man" or "to the person"), short for argumentum ad hominem, is an attack on an argument made by attacking the character, motive, or other attribute of the person making the argument, rather than attacking the argument directly. When used inappropriately, it is a logical fallacy in which a claim or argument is dismissed on the basis of some irrelevant fact or supposition about the author or the person being criticized. Ad hominem reasoning is not always fallacious, for example, when it relates to the credibility of statements of fact or when used in certain kinds of moral and practical reasoning.

From the New York Post:

Left-wing journos attack reporter Matt Taibbi for exposing Musk’s Twitter files
Mainstream news reporters — in lockstep with Democratic strategists — rushed to social media to smear journalist Matt Taibbi as a “sad” “fraud” as he released his bombshell report on political censorship at Twitter.

“Matt Taibbi…what sad, disgraceful downfall,” Daily Beast columnist and New York Times contributor Wajahat Ali posted. “Selling your soul for the richest white nationalist on Earth.”

On Friday, billionaire Elon Musk — who vowed to give the social media giant a free-speech overhaul when he bought it last month — released to Taibbi a shocking collection of inside correspondence proving that Democrat insiders leaned on Twitter’s censors to suppress The Post’s coverage of Hunter Biden’s laptop ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Classic Ad Hominem attack.  They have absolutely nothing to refute the information that was published so they do a personal attack against the guy who published it.  Journalism these days...  Sheesh...

Now this will be fun - Elon

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Posted last night:

He also noted what I was curious about - what kind of load are the servers seeing and how are they handling it. I hope some IT person writes up a post-mortem on this.

The big picture

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So true:

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They are covering it as well - Matt continues to update the twitter chain every few minutes. It's like eating potato chips - you can't stop at just one.

From the NY Post:

Hunter Biden laptop bombshell: Elon Musk’s Twitter drops Post censorship details
There’s nothing to “like” about this.

Elon Musk unveiled devastating internal Twitter files on Friday that showed the company responding to a request “from the Biden team” during the run-up to the 2020 election — shortly after the company cracked down on The Post’s scoops about Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop.

Musk tweeted a link to the account of independent journalist Matt Taibbi, who began posting a series of what appeared to be redacted emails from Twitter employees.

Another, dated Oct. 24, 2020, said, “An additional report from DNC,” an apparent reference to the Democratic National Committee.

One, dated Oct. 24, 2020, said, “More to review from the Biden team,” along with a list of tweets.

In response, someone wrote back, “handled these.”

Great comments at the site.

The load on Twitter's server farm must be fairly heavy - I hope some IT people do a post-mortem of this evening.  It would be interesting to see how they prepared for it.

Released by Elon, narrated by Matt Taibbi:

1. Thread: THE TWITTER FILES

2. What you’re about to read is the first installment in a series, based upon thousands of internal documents obtained by sources at Twitter.

3. The “Twitter Files” tell an incredible story from inside one of the world’s largest and most influential social media platforms. It is a Frankensteinian tale of a human-built mechanism grown out the control of its designer.

4. Twitter in its conception was a brilliant tool for enabling instant mass communication, making a true real-time global conversation possible for the first time.

5. In an early conception, Twitter more than lived up to its mission statement, giving people “the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers.”

6. As time progressed, however, the company was slowly forced to add those barriers. Some of the first tools for controlling speech were designed to combat the likes of spam and financial fraudsters.

7. Slowly, over time, Twitter staff and executives began to find more and more uses for these tools. Outsiders began petitioning the company to manipulate speech as well: first a little, then more often, then constantly.

8. By 2020, requests from connected actors to delete tweets were routine. One executive would write to another:  “More to review from the Biden team.” The reply would come back: “Handled.”

20221202-handled.jpgMuch more at the site.  Time for a bit bowl of popcorn - this is good...

Quite the haul - local news

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From the United States Department of Justice - Western District of Washington:

Six charged federally in connection with drug distribution ring operating in Skagit and Whatcom Counties
Six members of a drug distribution conspiracy operating in Skagit and Whatcom counties were charged federally today with various drug and firearms crimes, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. Enoc Martinez Lopez, aka “Victor,” 27, of Marysville, Washington, was the main supplier of drugs to other co-conspirators. He is charged with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of controlled substances (including heroin and fentanyl), and distribution of fentanyl. Martinez Lopez appeared in U.S. District Court today, and has a detention hearing scheduled for tomorrow.

The other defendants will make their initial appearances in U.S. District Court in Seattle over the next few days.

The haul in question:

Since the beginning of the investigation and through yesterday's takedown, law enforcement has seized: 11.5 kilos of fentanyl pills, 2.8 kilos of fentanyl powder, 5.7 kilos of cocaine, 1.6 kilos of heroin and 8.7 kilos of crystal meth, more than $186,000 in cash and nine firearms.

Coming across the borders - let in by Pelosi and Schumer.

A bit of a slip - crazy Uncle Joe

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From Baseball Crank Dan McLaughlin:

Slow news day

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Breaking for lunch - nothing much happening out there (that our minders want us to know about anyway)

Try again later this evening...

The headline says it all - Switzerland

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From Jazz Shaw writing at Hot Air:

Swiss look to ban use of electric cars over the winter to save energy
The European Union jumped on the electric vehicle craze well ahead of other parts of the world, particularly after the Paris climate accord. But in typical socialist fashion, they weren’t content with simply encouraging people to switch to EVs. Many European countries almost immediately started making plans to ban gas-powered cars and trucks and make EVs mandatory. Lots of Europeans wanted to get out ahead of the curve and began snapping the newer models up. But then came the start of the war in Ukraine, cutting energy supplies just as Europe was trying to wean itself off of fossil fuels. Now, in a rather embarrassing reversal, Switzerland is considering legislation that would ban people from driving electric vehicles except in urgent conditions over the winter because there simply might not be enough juice on the grid to recharge them. (From Der Spiegel. Original is in German but Google Translate can convert it for you.)

Switzerland's electricity comes mostly from hydro but they have to import too. They are concerned what could happen if the imports are not available.  Smart and careful people - independent.

Not surprised - Department of Defense

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From The Hill:

Defense Department fails another audit, but makes progress
The Defense Department has failed its fifth-ever audit, unable to account for more than half of its assets, but the effort is being viewed as a “teachable moment,” according to its chief financial officer.

After 1,600 auditors combed through DOD’s $3.5 trillion in assets and $3.7 trillion in liabilities, officials found that the department couldn’t account for about 61 percent of its assets, Pentagon Comptroller Mike McCord told reporters on Tuesday.

McCord said the department has made progress toward a “clean” audit in the past year, but later added “we failed to get an ‘A.’”

“I would not say that we flunked. The process is important for us to do, and it is making us get better. It is not making us get better as fast as we want,” he said.

This year’s outcome was not unexpected.

Is it just me or does this not send a shiver down your spine.  We are letting all kinds of people into our Nation.  Sleeper cells included.  If our own military can not keep track of those things that go BOOM, who is to say that some of the devices do not wind up in the hands of people who wish us harm.

From FOX News:

Secret Service won’t say why they changed their position on Hunter Biden gun investigation records
The Secret Service will not say why they changed their position regarding a government watchdog's records request into Hunter Biden’s gun investigation records.

Government watchdog Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in April 2021 regarding the gun reportedly owned by Biden and disposed of in a dumpster in 2018.

The Secret Service initially told Judicial Watch that they had located records related to their inquiry, but a year later in October, after a September FOIA lawsuit by the government watchdog organization, the presidential protection agency changed its tune.

Judicial Watch was told by the Secret Service in October that the response a year prior was sent in error and they did not have records related to the request.

Whoops - what records...  Some of the government agencies need to have their budgets cut by 80% and have their main offices moved to Adak, Alaska (or maybe someplace even more remote).  They have lost sight of their founding charter.

From the Florida Department of Financial Services:

CFO JIMMY PATRONIS: FLORIDA TREASURY DIVESTING FROM BLACKROCK
Today, Florida Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis announced that the Florida Treasury will begin divesting $2 billion worth of assets currently under management by BlackRock. The State Treasury will immediately have Florida’s custody bank freeze approximately $1.43 billion worth of long-term securities and remove them as the manager of approximately $600 million worth of short-term overnight investments. These taxpayer funds are invested by asset managers as part of Florida’s Treasury Investment Pool. By the beginning of 2023, the State Treasury will have divested from BlackRock’s management of all short and long-term investments and relocated investment responsibilities to other fund management entities.

CFO Jimmy Patronis said, “As Florida’s Chief Financial Officer, it’s my responsibility to get the best returns possible for taxpayers. The more effective we are in investing dollars to generate a return, the more effective we’ll be in funding priorities like schools, hospitals and roads. As major banking institutions and economists predict a recession in the coming year, and as the Fed increases interest rates to combat the inflation crisis, I need partners within the financial services industry who are as committed to the bottom line as we are – and I don’t trust BlackRock’s ability to deliver.

Much more at the site.  This is not a major hit to BlackRock financially - they are a huge entity.  But...  It is a shot across the bow and hopefully, other investors will follow.  It will be interesting to see where Florida puts its money...

Chris Lynch reminds us of this wonderful video. From joke to truth-bomb in only two years:

Covering for their own - the Deep State

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Ted Cruz is on fire - from Rumble

Ted Cruz Goes Beast Mode, Gets Intense When Chair Tries Shutting Biden Corruption Question Down

Great line - the CNN layoffs

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Don Surber is writing about the layoffs happening now at CNN (just before Christmas - classy!!!)

This paragraph stuck out:

The left is aghast to see CNN cut back. Oh, no one really watches CNN. They have ABC, CBS, NBC and the rest to feed them the disinformation, misinformation and talking points they want. But CNN is like the old restaurant you used to frequent. Former patrons are sad to see it go.

Heh - spot on.

Zuckerberg's META - Confirmation bias

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From InfoGalactic:

Confirmation bias: also called confirmatory bias or myside bias, is the tendency to search for, interpret, favor, and recall information in a way that confirms one's beliefs or hypotheses, while giving disproportionately less consideration to alternative possibilities. It is a type of cognitive bias and a systematic error of inductive reasoning. People display this bias when they gather or remember information selectively, or when they interpret it in a biased way. The effect is stronger for emotionally charged issues and for deeply entrenched beliefs.

From Coindesk:

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg Still 'Long-Term Optimistic' on Metaverse
Meta Platforms (META) CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he was still optimistic about the metaverse on a longer, “five-to-ten-year horizon” during the New York Times DealBook Summit in New York City on Wednesday.

"The way we communicate gets richer and more immersive,” Zuckerberg said via a virtual interview, doubling down on his company’s bet on a virtual and augmented reality-dominated future. The company has come under criticism for generating billions of dollars of losses as it builds out its version of the metaverse.

He is optimistic.  I wonder how his shareholders are feeling now...  Yeah - they are probably sitting on a very nice portfolio of patents which they will license out when the technology becomes widespread but this is a long-shot.

Finally - the Hunter Biden Laptop

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Had this come out when it happened - October, 2020 - things would be a lot different.
From The New York Post:

Twitter’s ex-safety chief Yoel Roth finally admits mistake of censoring Post’s Hunter Biden scoop
Took him long enough.

The former Twitter executive and safety chief who played a key role in censoring The Post’s October 2020 exposé on Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop has admitted it was a mistake — more than two years later.

Yoel Roth, who was Twitter’s head of trust and safety until he quit earlier this month in the wake of Elon Musk’s $44 billion takeover, confessed Tuesday that the company erred in restricting people from sharing the scoop.

In an interview with journalist Kara Swisher, Roth appeared to deflect the blame from himself — insisting that even though he had concerns about the authenticity of the laptop, it never got to the point where he thought the story should be suppressed.

“We didn’t know what to believe, we didn’t know what was true, there was smoke — and ultimately for me, it didn’t reach a place where I was comfortable removing this content from Twitter,” Roth said during an interview at the Knight Foundation conference.

More at the site.  People like Roth bear no responsibility for the consequences of their actions.  They are members of the protected class of "elites" who determine and shape our narrative. The Democrats needed the story to go away - Hunter was a liability.  The story went away.

How much they have changed

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Amazing what $$$ will do to one's morals

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Not too long ago, Apple was a very different company:

No corroboration as yet but...

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A voice of wisdom - climate change

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Good move from New York City - the Community Mental Health Act of 1963 should never have passed.  The activists for the mentally ill have done irreprable harm to these poor people.  From the New York Times:

New York City to Involuntarily Remove Mentally Ill People From Streets
Acting to address “a crisis we see all around us” toward the end of a year that has seen a string of high-profile crimes involving homeless people, Mayor Eric Adams announced a major push on Tuesday to remove people with severe, untreated mental illness from the city’s streets and subways.

Mr. Adams, who has made clearing homeless encampments a priority since taking office in January, said the effort would require involuntarily hospitalizing people who were a danger to themselves, even if they posed no risk of harm to others, arguing the city had a “moral obligation” to help them.

“The common misunderstanding persists that we cannot provide involuntary assistance unless the person is violent,” Mr. Adams said in an address at City Hall. “Going forward, we will make every effort to assist those who are suffering from mental illness.”

The profoundly mentally ill can not take care of themselves.  Society's solution was to institutionalize them.  Yes, some institutions were horrid but also, the majority of them were good and staffed with caring people.  The ill recieved food and care for their lives.  As I said earlier this year (talking about San Francisco)

The mentally ill and adicted need to be institutionalised but nobody has the stones to do it.  This all started under President Kennedy's Community Mental Health Act of 1963.  Gotten worse since then. I have written about the Community Mental Health Act and its fallout several times before:

Sometimes, the old ways are the best.  This whole failure was started by activists.  We need to remember this quote:

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Activists are just people who have learned how to use the media to their own ends. They are not "more" correct. They are not in the majority. They are not smarter. They are just loud.

Glad to see a return to what works...

Now that is curious - vehicle fire

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One is an unfortunate incident. Five?  From FOX News:

Biden’s Secret Service rental vehicles burst into flames after he left Nantucket vacation
President Joe Biden's rented Secret Service vehicles burst into flames in a parking lot Monday, just one day after he left his Nantucket vacation.

Biden spent Thanksgiving on the ritzy Massachusetts island with his family last week. The Secret Service rented five vehicles from Hertz to carry the president and his family, and all five of them caught fire in the parking lot, according to footage first obtained by the Nantucket Current.

Footage shows firefighters spraying down the smoldering remains of one vehicle's engine block. The five vehicles included a Chevy Suburban, Ford Explorer, Infiniti QX80, Ford Expedition and a Jeep Gladiator.

The vehicles were parked at the Nantucket airport and the blaze reportedly spread to just 40 feet away from the facility's jet fuel tanks. It is currently unknown what caused the fire. Fox News reached out to the White House for information, but they did not immediately respond.

No word - it will take a couple of days to figure out what happened.  Odd...

Slow news day

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Breaking for lunch - nothing much happening out there.

The Arizona election was obviously corrupt but the Dems are trying to bull their way through and get it certified.

There is an interesting petition before the Supreme Court that could have a bearing on the 2020 election.

Biden's Nuke Waste person has admitted to stealing a woman's piece of luggage at an airport. Turns out that is a felony with a couple years prison time.  Wonder if the rules apply to him as "it" is a member of the protected class.

Back to work - more this evening...

Taking care of a few things down there today.  Back this evening.

UPDATE: And back again - long day but a fun one.  Saw a bunch of friends.
Quick surf and to sleep...

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