Bonchie at Red State claims that yesterday Dr. Jill, caretaker for Zhou, decided to "turn the cringe up to ten"--with "dozens" watching. I don't like to quibble but, honestly, maybe this one goes to eleven:
March 31, 2021
When pander turns to cringe. But then this latter day Edith Wilson has, improbably, been taking lessons from a master of that crossover genre.
Once again, a metaphor for the entire Zhou Baiden regime. Like dog-doo in the White House corridors.
ADDENDUM: Uh Oh! Nick Arama goes there--I only thought it, but he says it:
Now, given all the questions about the folks in the White House, maybe we shouldn’t just blame the dogs. Can we be sure it was the dogs or are they just getting the blame?
But it’s clear that even [the dogs] find a Baiden White House completely unsettling, much like the rest of us do and they’re letting their master know it. And somehow, it’s the perfect metaphor for the quality of what we have been provided with so far from the occupant in the White House.
UPDATE: When I pointed out that "Si se puede" really just isn't that hard to pronounce and that someone could have taught Dr. Jill to pronounce it in some recognizable facsimile of Spanish, the Silver Fox observed that "she's no more coachable than the dog."
Plus she has a doctor of education. Blimey, close that school down.ReplyDelete
Schools need to be open to be closed - here is another fine example of our excellent educational environment.Delete
What are doing....what....are .....we....doing? My guess is Ned Lamont won't condemn this. Nor will the two smartest senators in the country - Blumenthal and Murphy. The circus has been parked in CT for quite a while now, and this freak show is just another example of it. Gotta love the education system in the good Old US of A!
Yep, saw that. A lotta really sick sh*t going on in the government schools. And don't imagine this just started.Delete
I was refering to the school that awarded her the Phd.Delete
And she shouted it!!! With gusto!!!! After all, she was there to celebrate Cesar Chavez’s birthday…ReplyDelete
Another Jill fail… I’d give it a 12…
(It’s my guess she’d pronounce taco “tacko”…)
Imagine if Melania had butchered some foreign language ... like, says, English. As it is she spoke several foreign languages besides her native Slovenian. And now we have these two ignorant chuckleheads inflicted on us.Delete
When US politics begin to parallel Spinal Tap references, (11) you know were circling the drain.ReplyDelete
in the top video, the size of the audience is as hysterical as el flubbo!ReplyDelete
The lack of public support for Biden is astounding when he supposedly had massive support by vote.ReplyDelete
And, no, the Chinese Covid is not an excuse.
That has me pretty well gobsmacked. I never thought there'd be some outpouring of support, but the absolute lack of interest is, as you say, astounding. And that gives me hope that Conrad Black, for example, is correct in his assessment.Delete
The lack of "public support" for Biden is irrelevant, as long as he has the support of the People Who Matter.Delete
To really grasp what a complete idiot this woman is, read her Ph.d thesis. It is beneath contempt. That she goes around demanding people call her "Dr." is practically obscene. It should never have been accepted.ReplyDelete
I saw some samples of it and--to re-use TD's word from above--it was astounding. In a very negative sense. Although I'd say she's probably as smart as Zhou himself is. :-(Delete
Titan, she does not have a PhD. Never could. Never will. Her advanced degree is a EdD. Big difference. Big, big difference.Delete
What she lacks in smarts she makes up in naked ambition.
“PhD”; “Pretty high & Deep” in my estimation.Delete
Never forget that something like 11 of the 13 attendees @ the Wannsee Conference has PhD’s.
@Bebe. She had me fooled. She certainly talks and acts like she sees her degree as a Ph.D. I'm almost sure people have referred to her as having a doctorate (a real one). Maybe I misheard. What you say certainly explains the lameness of her cartoonish thesis. Thanks for the heads up.Delete
Dr. Jill's dissertation:Delete
You can decide for yourself.
I know the herd has moved on, but check out the SECOND sentence of her FIRST paragraph: "The needs of the student population are often undeserved, resulting in a student drop-out rate of almost one third."Delete
Now I received a Masters in Bull Sh!t many years ago and skated thru most of my life due to my mastery of malarkey (kissed the Blarney Stone in the 70s doncha know), but I always knew how important the lead paragraph was to any piece of bureaucratic baloney I was crafting - it had to be perfectly written with no mistakes...especially misspellings! "Undeserved" vs "Underserved"!!!! I woulda filed this piece of crepe in the waste-bin tout de suite without further perusal. Perhaps it's just me, but a lack of attention to detail shows contempt for the process and the processor, but hey, what do I know?
Hey Mark, just in case you don't post an Easter themed message: Wishing you and your loved ones a happy, healthy and hopeful Easter weekend. What we are going thru pales in comparison with the trials and tribulations that occurred in Gethsemane and on Golgotha some two thousand years ago, sigh, but we must march on - as Mr. Churchill once said: "when you're going thru Hell, keep going!"Delete
Thanks and same to you and everyone else. My just published post may have to serve as Easter themed during the Great Reset. Also re Churchill.Delete
love the Spinal Tap reference... she's just a dumb b_____.ReplyDelete
I can still remember getting the memo in the Pentagon many years ago that from now on any reference to the VP and his lovely spouse MUST include her title: DR JILL BIDEN. I actually saw official correspondence returned to the originator for "rework" due to an obvious lack of respect for Her Lightness...SMDH, the amount of time wasted in that 5-sided building, sigh, I could tell ya stories...ReplyDelete
Here's a juicy thought:ReplyDelete
from Andrea Widburg
"Trump may end up having the last laugh. He is now an official Florida resident, and Governor Ron DeSantis is pushing for legislation allowing Florida citizens to sue the tech tyrants for, among other things, deplatforming politicians. If that legislation passes and Trump runs again, that's going to be helpful."
This would be good karma.
Could it get worse? With the Biden Crime Family, anything is possibleReplyDelete
Jill Biden Botched Her Spanish in Front of a Nazi Inspired Flag
During her remarks, the First Lady stood in front of Chavez' infamous black eagle flag. Chavez used Nazi propaganda and colors as the inspiration for the symbol.
In many respects the comment I'm about to make is trivial, although perhaps not as trivial as whether Dr Jill can pronounce Spanish words or is even a doctor.
In what to me is an extraordinary overreaction to the recently adopted Georgia election law, Major League Baseball will move its All Star Game. As a child I was a big baseball fan and even today (long long past childhood) I follow my favorite team. However, I'm not such a fan that I wouldn't willingly boycott the All Star Game, or even the entire season, if it helped show the Wokemeisters that Normals don't care for their constant virtue signalling, and politicizing everything under the Sun. I don't know how many Normals are (or are still) baseball fans, but a massive boycott of the National Pastime might send a peaceful, but painful message to the Elites to just stop playing around with us.
I was initially a Milwaukee (!) Braves fan during the great years of the Braves - Yankees World Series rivalry, but when at age 8 we moved to Chicago I became a Cubs fan for the duration ... until they went BLM on me. I haven't paid one minute of attention since then and never will again. And I don't think from the numbers that I'm alone.Delete
Just as I was astounded above, I am gobsmacked on how many companies, corporations, and organizations that purposefully act to turn down a cash transaction based on politics.Delete
It’s as if they believe that this will not hurt their bottom line. Granted, for US multinationals that like to get rid of US workers for foreign, even inside the US, this is a statement on their belief that the US population will “trade” with them no matter what and they do have some degree of justification ... some.
One of the first baseball games I remember attending with my Dad was a 1957 Yankees - Milwaukee Braves World Series game at Yankee Stadium. You probably watched it on TV...
Mark, Perhaps you and tens of thousands of others have already written off baseball. There must be millions more who could be gently persuaded to do the same thing.Delete
Not my style. I'll leave that to you. :-)Delete
And if not me, there will be plenty with the same idea...Delete
I have fond memories of going to Texas Ranger games with my dad. My kids do not like baseball, at all. Heck, I have been to one other Ranger game since Nolan Ryan’s 7th and my second son tolerated that game.Delete
But, hey, I didn’t have to support the taxes for 2 new stadiums in my lifetime.
I have many baseball memories, too--the Cubs were a big part of my life. No more.Delete
Here's an encouraging article about election fraud:
This conforms to my observed experience. Massive fraud is inherently very messy. Covering it up is even messier...and hard to do.
It's a good article, and he's absolutely right--in principle. The problem is that politics can prevent the investigations that would make a difference. It is encouraging that those investigations are being continued, and the reaction of the Dems is a sure confirmation that there is a lot of fraud to be uncovered.Delete
By the same author:Delete
If the news coming out of Mar-a-Lago is true, Trump is going to start a new social media platform. The new tech stack starting up now is light-years better, faster, cheaper than the current stack used by Twitter, FB, etc.
"A Twitter equivalent could be built for a few hundred grand. It could run on hardware that fits on a dining room table and easily support a billion users"
"While it would take a decade for some technologist to build another Twitter with a new tech stack, President Trump and the MAGA team could do it in months."
"The President Trump Twitter equivalent is running on new technology that costs a fraction of what Twitter costs to run. The Trump team does not need to feed that monster, with its obsolete technology and armies of programmers. With new technology underneath, a Trump equivalent could be profitable in months, perhaps out of the box."
Yes, I read that when it came out 2/24. It sounds promising. Last I heard is that the new platform could launch in as soon as a month or two. Perhaps that's optimistic, but based on Valentine it may be possible.Delete
As I was saying...and Trump is now saying...boycott MLB.Delete
Its hard to fathom that the idiots who own and run MLB actually believe their fans (overwhelmingly, American Normals) agree with their politicization of the National Pastime.
There's a lot of stuff going on. MLB, of course. Some are now asking whether the unfortunate cop killed by the crazy will lay in state in the Capitol rotunda--or did his death not fit into the narrative? The two girls who killed the Paki delivery driver--not to be tried as adults. Juan Williams says it was just a 'joy ride' gone wrong. And etc. Much more. And it's early days.Delete
"I have many baseball memories, too--the Cubs were a big part of my life. No more."
Baseball was a big part of my life, too. I was first a NY Giants fan. I was heartbroken when the team moved to SF, but it was easy to keep rooting for them as long as Willie Mays was on the team. My interest has waxed and waned over the years but was rekindled during the wondrous 2010-2012-2014 championship seasons. Now that I'm retired I have the time to watch them without guilt.
But, like you, I've become totally put off by the politicization of pro sports. I never had much interest in the NBA so not following them as they sell out to Nike and China has been easy. I was a life-long NFL fan going back to the great NY Giants teams of the 1950s, but since the kneeling fiasco erupted I have not watched a single game. Its nice to have my Sundays back.
I still watch the NHL and MLB. I love the games of hockey and baseball and try to rationalize that its the players and the games I'm watching and not the owners. Most of the announcers are professionals who focus on describing the game and entertaining the viewer. They are enjoyable.
The athletes are better than ever and they regularly do amazing things on the field and the rink. They're fun to watch.
Aside to TexasDude -- one of my two adult sons is a workaholic who has no interest in watching pro sports. My younger son is more like me and still roots for and watches the teams we all cheered for when he was growing up.
But, notwithstanding the foregoing, I can easily forego watching the 2021 MLB All-Star game. I hope nobody watches it.
I was a big Black Hawks fan, but was turned off when the Wirtz family told Bobby Hull to take a hike and go to the WHA.Delete
The Golden Jet.Delete
That...was a long time ago, too.
I should note, as you undoubtedly know, that it was widely agreed by hockey folk that Bill Wirtz was the worst owner in the modern history of the NHL. No one else was even close.Delete
"I am gobsmacked on how many companies...purposefully act to turn down...cash...based on politics."
I agree. I wonder if these managements aren't risking shareholder suits for breach of fiduciary duty or corporate waste for acting in ways that are clearly not in the shareholders' best interests.
Not too long ago there were legions of class action lawyers poised to strike when managements strayed off the reservation. I guess they, too, are all Woke now.
Jill showed up for a meeting with the California Highway Patrol. If this doesn’t make you miss Melania, nothing will:ReplyDelete