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    Let's hope Joe Biden has finally gone a fib too far, taking to the airways with false indignation to harangue us for daring to question his execution of the lethally inept Afghanistan "retrograde" action he engineered along with his Team of Trivials.  Biden's purpose was to obscure the fact that he'd blithely and needlessly thrust fine, dedicated troops into a tactical straitjacket that could logically have had no other result than multiple casualties — perhaps in the process causing some heretofore tightly shut eyes to be pried open concerning the character and abilities of our overmatched chief executive.

    To the vast majority of readers who frequent this site, Mr. Biden's disastrous incompetence is by no means a surprise.  Indeed, we've all pretty much known from his first day in office that one way or another, a nightmare was in the offing, and national humiliation would likely ensue.  But as in all bad dreams, warning cries were — with the suffocating pillow of Big Tech and corporate media — effectively muffled.  Usually, with little effect, our families, friends, and co-workers were issued warnings that in both temperament and judgment, Joe Biden was wholly unsuited for the presidency — and one needn't be an unabashed Trump-admirer to know it.

    Joe Biden is not a well man, both physically and emotionally.  The genuine tragedies he's encountered in his life have not imparted upon him the quiet empathy and understanding for which many had hoped, but instead rendered him scarred, damaged, and wholly unable to adequately meet his presidential obligations.  For some reason, he's embarking us upon a national suicide mission, with the eager assistance of those both foreign and domestic who wish this country harm, even destruction.

    It is up to Americans of good faith — of any political stripe — to put this self-destructive chapter to an end, while it can still be done by relatively peaceful and lawful means.  Time is quickly running out.

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    If someone were to sit with a psychologist and review the list of traumas they’ve endured, witnessed, or partaken in, a psychologist would likely respond with, “you have experienced a lot of traumatic events and it is perfectly normal to feel fuc*ing insane right now, my dear. Here, have a Xanax.”

    The reality is, the illusions felt real. See that? It was an orchestrated illusion. A psyop. A masterfully coordinated pile of heaping shit to play on your emotions, wear you down, strip you of your identity, make you feel crazy, and get you to submit. NEVER, EVER, SUBMIT. When you feel like you are sliding, just put on the Twilight Zone and dance around your living room. That’s right, let it all out. Let yourself feel a little crazy without actually going crazy. Acknowledge that you are in fact in the Twilight Zone, but we are all along for the ride with you.

    When people all around you are doing crazy things, saying crazy things, and acting completely crazy, the crazy is going to begin to wear off on others. Some might even be enticed to try the crazy on, with their new sparkly mask and stockings. So what’s happened, is America has developed multiple personality disorder by the thousands – lost identities. Some had to check out – fight or flight resulted in complete fantasy land and they are still flying. Some became so angry, confused, and disoriented, they believe the only resolution is to argue relentlessly until they’ve severed themselves into so many personalities they can’t find their way back. And some are in a constant state of depression and/or anxiety and prefer to remain in a state of fear, rather than dancing to the Twilight Zone.