Archive for March 29, 2022

Donald Trump is no Ham Sandwich

Posted: March 29, 2022 by datechguy in News/opinion

I had to laugh when I saw this tweet yesterday

I laugh because it reminds me of the days of Fitzmas when the media kept telling us that Karl Rove was going to be indicted any day now but it never happened and the days when the Mueller report was going to prove Russian Collusion any day now etc etc etc.

Let’s put it bluntly. There is an old legal saying that it’s so easy to indict someone that you could indict a Ham Sandwich if you wanted to. Furthermore every single lefty judge and lawyer in the nation knows that the person who indicts Trump has a meal ticket for life card from the left from speeches at colleges to guests of honor sports at banquets, not to mention becoming a favorite of both Hollywood and the media.

Yet after six years of a full court press against Trump hasn’t produced anything worth bring to court.

Lawyers and judges on the left might not be able to define what a “woman” is but they know the difference between Trump and a Ham Sandwich.

That’s how clean Trump is.

Bye, bye, Philly!

Posted: March 29, 2022 by chrisharper in Uncategorized
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By Christopher Harper

Philadelphia lost more than 25,000 residents from 2020 to 2021, the largest exodus from the city since 1975.

While politicians and social scientists scratch their heads over the decline, I find it appalling that it took a pandemic for people to realize how bad Philadelphia has become.

Democrat Mayor Jim Kinney locked the city for nearly two years, bankrupting businesses both small and large. Hospitals became almost solely the home for those dying of COVID while many patients couldn’t get essential surgeries, which meant more people died last year in the city than were born.

He actually hired a police chief named Outlaw—Danielle Outlaw. She has managed to oversee the largest number of officers retiring from the force because she doesn’t have their backs.

The city elected Larry Krasner, a card-carrying member of George Soros’s leftist vision, as district attorney.

As a result of this triumvirate, more people have been murdered in Philadelphia so far this year than last year, which ended with a record 562 homicides.

My wife and I joined the exodus a year ago after Black Lives Matter demonstrators frolicked through our neighborhood, forcing affluent businesses in our upscale neighborhood to erect plywood and extra security to confront the threat of theft and damage.

In a neck-snapping analysis in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the news organization determined that the flight was caused by several factors: a desire to flee crowded urban centers, a movement of young people back to their parent’s homes, and a need for more green space.

It’s clear that the news organization hadn’t paid attention to its own reporting. People were afraid to go out on the streets for fear they would be mugged or murdered.

After a high-profile murder near Temple University, parents hired private protection for their kiddies because they thought the university police force, the second largest in the state, couldn’t keep their loved ones safe.

Philadelphia is not alone. New York lost nearly 400,000 residents. Los Angeles saw more than 200,000 people leave. Washington stood at a net loss of more than 60,000.

What do these cities all have in common? Democrats run them!