Roundup Time: Remember in November

Roundup Time: Remember in November

Roundup Time: Remember in November

May has been a pretty rough month with the Leftcult growing ever more desperate over the peasants pushing back against their Betters. A long, hot summer looms.

Swimmer Thomas is happy

Now people, you need to remember, if you’re not paying significant attention to the narcissist in the room, he will doing anything to remind you of the proper priorities in your life.

How sweet — he was miserable when competing with other males cuz, like, mediocre. But now that he gets to beat women regularly WHOA! Happiness abounds!!! There isn’t a male abuser of women out there that doesn’t get a perverse pleasure out of beating up women. Thomas is only not called on his abuse, he gets publicly rewarded for it. What.a.guy.

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Castro, Jr. strikes again

After Canada flexed it muscles against peaceful protestors for the crime of not agreeing with the regime, we shouldn’t be surprised at this latest brownshirt move. Please mourn the passing of our former liberty-based neighbor to the north.

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Biden & his spokeshole – Who’s the Biggest Liar?

Compare:

Contrast:

In less than a year and a half, my administration’s economic and vaccination plans helped achieve the most robust recovery in modern history.

By Joe Biden’s ghost writer.

IOW, don’t believe your lyin’ eyes when you see empty shelves at the market, higher prices at the pump and bigger bills for the same things you bought in 2020. You never had it so good! Shut up and OBEY!

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Standards dismissed, grades drop. Who knew?

Unexpectedly.

San Francisco’s Lowell High School, regarded as one of the best in the nation, is seeing a record spike in Ds and Fs among its first batch of students admitted in fall 2021 through a new lottery system instead of its decades-long merit-based admissions.

Of the 620 first-year students admitted through the lottery, nearly one in four (24.4%) received at least one letter grade of D or F in the said semester, according to internal records obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle. This marks a triple increase from 7.9% in fall 2020 and 7.7% in fall 2019.

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Lockdowns were bad for kids. Who knew, part 2

Unexpectedly Told you so.

American schoolchildren’s learning loss in the pandemic isn’t just in reading and math. It’s also in social and emotional skills — those needed to make and keep friends; participate in group projects; and cope with frustration and other emotions.

In a survey of 362 school counselors nationwide by The New York Times in April, the counselors — licensed educators who teach these skills — described many students as frozen, socially and emotionally, at the age they were when the pandemic started.

Don’t worry too much. This isn’t anything that some good, old-fashioned drag shows and anti-white struggle sessions can’t change!

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Whatever June holds know that the remaining primaries and looming mid-terms will see the Left exploding even more perfidy stink bombs in public.

#Resist and Remember in November.

featured image, original art by VG Darleen Click

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1 Comment
  • GWB says:

    the narcissist in the room
    Yep. That’s what almost all of these people are: “look at me, I’m special!”

    surprised at this latest brownshirt move
    Oh please. He’s a blackshirt.
    (Those were are the communists who opposed the fascists.)

    bigger bills for the same things you bought in 2020
    Heck, they’re bigger than the ones in 2021. They’re bigger than the ones in February of this year.

    learning loss in the pandemic
    No, it was the learning loss from the dempanic reaction. And it was the social loss, as well.
    This was why I kept insisting that we get our church back open so we could fellowship. Also why I applauded those people who were doing “pod” learning, so their kids had real instruction, but also some social interaction.
    (BTW, anyone remember what one of the big criticisms of homeschooling was, before the dempanic? That’s right, a lack of socialization. Ironic, no?)

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