The Daily Broadside


Posted on 07/25/2023 5.00 AM

JCM 7/23/2023 6:25:55 PM

Posted by: JCM

vxbush 7/25/2023 5:51:57 AM

Hunter Biden has the vapors that Marjorie Taylor Greene shows the exact same photos he was proud to share to PornHub. Given that LLLiberals are all about sharing graphic sex books to kids, Biden is strangely reticent about sharing photos he has already shared publicly. 

Do I want the House sharing such photos? No, but the Administration is seemingly giving us no choice as they refuse to charge Hunter with appropriate charges for his crimes. 

vxbush 7/25/2023 5:58:40 AM

Not to beat on a theme, but this is an interesting quote from Hunter: "Every great family is persecuted [and] prosecuted in the U.S. — you are part of a great family — not a sideshow, not deserted by them even in your darkest moments,” he remarked. “That’s the way Bidens are different, and you are a Biden. It’s the price of power."

This from a story about Devon Archer, someone who has been subpoenaed to testify to the House Oversight Committee, and how he has backed out a third time. Interesting tidbit: 

Oh, and guess who served as a board member of Ukrainian energy company, Burisma Holdings, alongside the president’s troubled younger son, Hunter Biden? You guessed it: Archer. Archer eventually resigned from his spot on Burisma’s board after he was arrested in 2016. Biden’s best buddy was then convicted of defrauding a Native American tribal entity in 2022 and was then ordered to pay a staggering $43,954,416.75 to victims.

Wow. He has $43 million to pay restitution? How much of that did he get from Burisma? And does he have any actual experience in energy to support that employment? 

So. Much. Grifting.

vxbush 7/25/2023 6:03:44 AM

The Democrats are apparently trying to impose ethics on SCOTUS by passing an ethics bill. Here's my question: If someone were to have standing to file a lawsuit against this, where would it be heard? Wouldn't it be unethical if the Supreme Court were to hear it, or really any federal judge? 

(And I would love it if someone would pass an ethics bill on the house and senate that prevents the methods of graft and revenue enhancement that has worked so well for Nancy Pelosi.)

vxbush 7/25/2023 6:06:07 AM
Hunter and Devon are simply the tip of the spear of corruption and dealmaking that goes on among the political families of America. 
vxbush 7/25/2023 6:09:48 AM

Musk buying Twitter caused LLLiberals to scream and fret and find other places to feed their short-term addiction needs. One solution that was adopted was Mastodon, and it was considered a good solution because it was decentralized. 

Now, all the child abuse issues that used to exist on Twitter are now showing up on Mastodon

vxbush 7/25/2023 6:41:12 AM

I've been wondering about some recent stories I've seen about pressuring AT&T and older telecom companies to replace their old lead network lines. (That article references a WSJ story about thousands of toxic lines across America, but I can't read it as it lies behind a paywall.) Claims have been raised about the lines leaching water into aquifers. This lead to wondering about what level of lead is hazardous as well as wondering about how much lead was actually used to protect the cables. 

Stephen Milloy of Junk Science fame found a table from the CDC that puts lead exposure in some context. There is a lot of hysteria surrounding lead that isn't justified. That story relates to Notre Dame fire, but I'm trying to put together why this hysteria  is happening now over old network cables. Something seems very fishy. 

I'm wondering if there is a goal to force all the old cables to be removed so we all have to use the StarLink (and future Amazon) satellites for networking. Having fewer network providers could play into the hands of people wanting to make huge amounts of money; monopolies don't like competition. 

JCM 7/25/2023 8:32:15 AM

Reply to vxbush in 2:

The ruling cabal is much larger than we think.

RFK Jr. is off the reservation and look at the attacks on him.

Sound of Freedom is doing well and being trashed by media and pundits. 

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years but the customer list is missing.

Sound of Freedom is based on real events that the media reported on, but suddenly it's conspiracy, Maxwell / Epstein procured minors for some very big names. RFK is calling what many figured out about covid and pharma, Roll in the Hunter laptop denial for so long....

You start to see the outlines of a larger systemic issue. It's not I think a conspiracy with a mastermind, it is the result of Fabianism in the education system for so long. We now have the a generation of acolytes thoroughly spread through government and business in senior positions.

It's the distributed conspiracy, they are all working to one goal and they instinctively have each others backs.

buzzsawmonkey 7/25/2023 9:00:14 AM

In #7 JCM said: It's the distributed conspiracy, they are all working to one goal and they instinctively have each others backs.

In many cases, they have each others' backsides.  NTTAWWT.

JCM 7/25/2023 11:36:22 AM

Speaking of distributed conspiracy.

vxbush 7/25/2023 11:41:51 AM

Very Close Associate of Joe Biden Was Working in David Weiss' Officer During Hunter Biden "Investigation"

Today's exhibit of JCM's #7. 

vxbush 7/25/2023 11:55:50 AM

And the hits keep coming. One of Hunter Biden's "business partners" is ready to testify to Congress that Joe Biden spoke with Hunter's foreign paymasters over 200 times.

Hat tip: Ace.

JCM 7/25/2023 1:36:04 PM

Short youtube on Climate activists getting one upped!

The banquet is hysterical!

vxbush 7/25/2023 1:56:16 PM

In #12 JCM said: The banquet is hysterical!

Protesting is all well and good--until they get protested, and then it's awful. Of course, they couldn't figure out who did it, either! Heh. 

JCM 7/25/2023 2:39:37 PM

Reply to vxbush in 13:

The personal alarms on helium balloons was genius. Especially in that room.

buzzsawmonkey 7/25/2023 2:53:50 PM

Reply to JCM in 9:

It would be nice if he'd bothered to mention an example or two of what foods are "making people sick," and how the pharma pholks are capitalizing on it.  If I wanted gasbag generalities, I'd listen to NPR.

JCM 7/25/2023 3:22:38 PM

Reply to buzzsawmonkey in 15:

Sodas with the process sugar and diabetes was specifically.

Along with the unwillingness to remove them as qualified foodstamp items.

Kosh's Shadow 7/25/2023 5:49:52 PM

Reply to JCM in 16:

Diet sodas are worse in that they can cause diabetes - they cause the body to expect glucose, and when it isn't there, the glucose metabolism gets messed up.

But (I don't have time to look it up) all the hysteria about fats = turns out, sugar is worse, and the studies that showed fats are bad were PAID FOR BY THE SUGAR INDUSTRY!

Occasional Reader 7/25/2023 6:21:28 PM

Reply to JCM in 14:

 The personal alarms on helium balloons was genius.”

Not original, of course.

Left/Green crazies doing that was the basis of the legendary “sod off, Swampy!” story.

Occasional Reader 7/25/2023 6:22:54 PM

Joe Biden has cured cancer.  Or something.

Kosh's Shadow 7/25/2023 6:28:24 PM

In #14 JCM said: The personal alarms on helium balloons was genius. Especially in that room.

Don't have time to watch it.

99 Chink Balloons

Kosh's Shadow 7/25/2023 6:48:47 PM

In #20 Kosh's Shadow said: 99 Chink Balloons


Kosh's Shadow 7/25/2023 6:52:02 PM

Reply to Kosh's Shadow in 21:


Occasional Reader 7/25/2023 7:42:21 PM

Their motives, still a mystery… (apparently, judging from this gingerly-avoidant Beeb article)

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