Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Make Nigeria Great Again!



Friends, as you know, I've always been a fervent and devoted Nigerian patriot.  My heart practically bleeds green and white (but not black -- that would be racist)...


That's why it's so refreshing to hear that Nigeria has banned Twitter!  Why?  Apparently, Twitter censored a post by Nigerian President Buhari, and the Nigerian government took matters into its own hands and "suspended, indefinitely" Twitter from the internet.  


Bravo!  As Trump points out, there's no reason why more countries couldn't follow suit.  It would serve Twitter, and other social media companies, right... 

In other news, while the election audit proceeds in Maricopa County, questions persist about vote-counting in Georgia.  The Dems are dismissive, as per usual...but, of course, if everything was above board, they have nothing to worry about.  A 12,000 vote margin is awfully tight, though.  Even a little chicanery could prove significant, at least to the retrospective narrative of what happened in 2020.


It looks like Hunter Biden is a potty mouth...and possibly a RACIST to boot!  He's the gift that keeps on giving for conservatives -- not that the mainstream media will ever pay him any attention. 

Reverse discrimination is de rigueur in academia, but it's seldom as naked as this.  Eek!


Finally, Donald Trump is taking a position on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies: he doesn't care for them, mainly because he sees them as competition for the U.S. dollar.  He's not entirely wrong there, although the dollar has always had competition, and lots of it.  Securing the dollar in future isn't a question of proscribing or hamstringing other asset classes, in my view -- it's a question of not printing too many dollars, not borrowing too much money, and maintaining the "good faith and credit" of the U.S. government.  Bitcoin, in other words, is the least of our problems, in terms of our nation's fiscal health. 


  1. Dr. Waddy from Jack: Now bless me for a fool but I do recall that some Dems consider Stacey Abrams the rightful Governor of Georgia after she lost by, ehh, something over 12000 votes,yes? But this present investigation floats their frantic hypocritical boat and its promised self righteous onslaught doesn't it?! I have a "feeling" (now lets see a Dem dare to refute that!) thwt Georgia is going to recover its sanity after trying to demonstrate an "open mindedness" in 2020 which the left sees only as weakness and submission. The left is ever determined to reduce common sense places like Georgia to servility to its unassailable justice and irrefutable wisdom. I don't think Georgians will stand for that!

  2. Jack, I feel good about Georgia in 2022 and 2024 as well, BUT we do need to be concerned about the unity of the right. Trump and Kemp aren't the best of pals, and that could be problematic. Certainly we need a strong GOP Senate candidate.