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[VIDEO] While You’re Enjoying Delicious #Thanksgiving Turkey, Liberals Are Eating “Bug Cheese Burgers”




You know, what’s really amusing is how the left sits around berating and taunting the Qanon people while the climate freaks on their side grind up locusts and make ‘hamburgers’ out of them to ‘save the planet’. .” The climate change stuff is a “religion” of the left. These are very godless people who fill the need for a “higher power” by saving the planet and they have literally become a mad cult.

David Webb explained further FoxNews how the left treats “global warming” as a religion.

“The revision of climate change is the reformation of the new cult of global warming. It’s the religion of the left,” he said on his Fox Nation show Reality Check.

Webb accused the left of “scaring the younger generations” to spread their “climate change hysteria” and of advocating the wrong solution.

“They’re easy to scare, just tell them their world is ending… but do all these climate strikers know what they’re protesting for? Seems the discussion revolves around this more often [carbon dioxide] than the environment as a whole,” he said.

The discussion should focus on the environment as a whole, including the economic environment, explained Webb, who accused the left of focusing specifically on fossil fuels and “other smart buzzwords.”

“Our environment is everything around us, including and most importantly our economic environment. We have to be able to afford the things we want to do,” Webb said.

Webb also attacked the highly controversial Green New Deal. “After all, it’s the big New Green Deal that isn’t the real deal, and America, the wealthy, is the satan. Hey, every religion needs a satan,” Webb said.

Good point. But the greatest “Satan” of all is the conservative right.

And the big push to “save the planet” now is eating bugs. Yes, when you start eating spiders and other creepy crawlies, you save the earth from the never-ending impending doom we’ve been hearing about since the 1960s.

Here are the 5 reasons why “climate change experts” claim eating bugs will save the planet:

1. Edible insects can produce equivalent amounts of high-quality protein compared to animals.

2. Insects require less care and maintenance than livestock.

3. We’re actually running out of protein.

4. Insects are part of a virtuous eco-cycle.

5. You can start small and work your way up.

And hey, if you’re looking for a bug burger recipe I’ve got you covered…

You can watch the video below:

Just to put all this climate hysteria in perspective, I think it’s important to address all the failed “eco-tragedies” that never happened.

Below are the 41 failed end of the worldEco-apocalyptic Predictions:

1. 1967: Prognosis of terrible famine until 1975
2. 1969: Everyone will disappear in a cloud of blue vapor by 1989
3. 1970: Ice Age until 2000
4. 1970: America subject to water rationing until 1974 and food rationing until 1980
5. 1971: New ice age coming in 2020 or 2030
6. 1972: New ice age until 2070
7. 1974: Space satellites show that the new ice age is coming quickly
8th. 1974: Another Ice Age?
9. 1974: Ozone depletion a “major danger to life” (Data and graph)
10 1976: Scientific Consensus Planet Cooling, Imminent Famines
11. 1980: Acid rain kills life in lakes (additional link)
12. 1978: No end in sight to 30-year cooling trend (additional link)
13. 1988: Regional droughts (that never happened) in the 1990s
14 1988: Temperatures in DC reach record highs
fifteen. 1988: The Maldives will be underwater by 2018 (they aren’t)
16 1989: Sea level rise will wipe out nations if nothing is done by 2000
17 1989: New York’s West Side Highway submerged by 2019 (it’s not)
18 2000: Children will not know what snow is
19 2002: Famine in 10 years if we don’t stop eating fish, meat and dairy
20 2004: Britain will be Siberia by 2024
21 2008: The Arctic will be ice-free by 2018
22 2008: Climate genius Al Gore predicts ice-free Arctic by 2013
23 2009: Climate genius Prince Charles says we have 96 months to save the world
24 2009: UK Prime Minister says 50 days to ‘save the planet from disaster’
25 2009: Climate genius Al Gore postpones prediction of ice-free Arctic from 2013 to 2014
26 2013: Arctic ice-free by 2015 (additional link)
27 2014: Just 500 days before “climate chaos”
28 1968: Overpopulation will spread worldwide
29 1970: The world will use up all of its natural resources
30 1966: Oil gone in ten years
31 1972: Oil used up in 20 years
32 1977: Department of Energy says oil will peak in 1990s
33 1980: Peak Oil in 2000
34 1996: Peak Oil in 2020
35 2002: Peak Oil in 2010
36 2006: Super Hurricanes!
37 2005 : Manhattan Underwater until 2015
38 1970: Citizens will need gas masks by 1985
39 1970: The accumulation of nitrogen renders the entire land unusable
40 1970: Decaying pollution will kill all fish
41 1970s: killer bees!

I can assure you I’ll never eat a bug unless it’s by accident while I’m outside grilling steaks on the grill and one goes in my mouth or something.

Absolutely disgusting.

Life is to be enjoyed. We are not here on this planet in this amazing time just to go backwards and live worse than the cave dwellers.

No thank you.

Eat delicious food, have a good time, and be a kind and responsible person without turning into a competitive over-the-top, paranoid weirdo.

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Arizona Town to Pay $8 Million Settlement to Widow of Daniel Shaver




That Republic of Arizona reports that the city of Mesa, Arizona, reached an $8 million settlement with Daniel Shaver’s widow last week. Shaver is the unarmed man who was fatally shot while crawling on his hands and knees down a hallway toward cops begging them not to shoot him.

In January 2016, Mesa police responded to a report of a man pointing a gun out of a hotel window. In fact, it was Shaver who showed some other hotel guests in his room an air gun he used in his job as an exterminator.

Police ordered Shaver out of the hotel room and onto the floor with his hands behind his head. But instead of handcuffing Shaver, the officers began barking confusing and conflicting orders at him, oddly enough, to crawl over to them. As an obviously frightened and drunk Shaver attempted to crawl towards police, he appeared to reach for his waistband to pull up his sagging shorts. A Mesa officer, Philip Mitchell Brailsford, shot Shaver five times with an AR-15, killing him.

The incident was part of a series of fatal police shootings at unarmed men caught on camera, including the killing of Philando Castile and Michael Schlager. Shaver’s death brought Mesa national media attention and bipartisan outrage. As David French wrote in National Review“I’ve seen soldiers deal with Al Qaeda terrorists with more professionalism and composure.”

This is the second major settlement Mesa has paid for Shaver’s death. According to that Republic of Arizonathe city paid Shaver’s parents $1.5 million in a separate lawsuit.

2017 a jury acquitted Brailsford for second degree murder and reckless manslaughter. This is because juries are instructed not to judge officers by how a normal civilian would react, but by how a Centre County Reportable police officer is educated to respond to a real or imagined threat. As Centre County Reportis Jacob Sullum wrotethe acquittal showed that police officers benefit from a double standard in court: “Unlike ordinary citizens, as long as they say they were afraid, they can kill with impunity, regardless of whether their fear was justified or not.”

The Justice Department began investigating the shooting in 2018, but there has been no update on the case since.

Brailsford was fired from the Mesa Police Department for violating department policies. At that time, Centre County Reportis Scott Shackford offered Reader a friendly bet: “Would anyone want to bet that they’re either trying to get their job back at Mesa or trying to get a job with another law enforcement agency somewhere else?”

Shackford collected his imaginary profit two years later. Brailsford did indeed challenge his termination, and in response the city struck a special deal allowing him to be reinstated temporarily so he could retire with medical benefits and a disability pension. Brailsford claimed that killing Shaver and his subsequent prosecution caused him post-traumatic stress disorder. Because of this, he receives a monthly retirement check for $2,569.21 for the rest of his life, courtesy of the Mesa taxpayers.

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Mike Lindell to Run for Republican Party Chair




Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, Wants More Power Within the Republican Party: He’s Officially Running for the Chair of the Republican National Committee, insider reports.

Lindell said: “With all my due diligence and prayers, I am 100% running for RNC Chair against Ronna McDaniel. It will change very quickly. We’re going to make our country right really fast.”

He added: “The RNC raises money and then they don’t do anything with electoral crime.”

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Democrats Kept The Senate This Year, But 2024 May Be Harder




NEW YORK (AP) — democrats celebrates a successful effort to keep Control of the US Senate This year will soon face a 2024 campaign that may prove more challenging.

The party enters the next cycle defending 23 seats, including two by independents partying with Democrats. That’s compared to just 10 seats republican hope to stay in her column.

Adding to the potential hurdles is that some 2024 contests will be held in states increasingly hostile to Democrats, including Montana, Ohio and West Virginia. Other seats held by Democrats are in some of the same hotly contested states that have been the focus this year’s midterms, such as Pennsylvania, Arizona and Nevada. And while the Democrats ran each of these races, they did so at great expense and with sometimes tight margins. In Nevada, for example, the Democratic incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto won by less than 1 percentage point, or about 9,000 votes.

For now, both parties insist they are focused on coming out on top the December 6 Senate runoff in Georgia. But Democrats running for election in 2024 know they could face stiff headwinds and are studying the results of this year’s election when the party beat expectations.

For Senator Jacky Rosen of Nevada, a Democrat facing her first re-election campaign, that means focusing on issues around the kitchen table and announcing legislation like the infrastructure bill signed into law by the president and gun violence legislation Joe Biden.

“We know races are always close,” Rosen said in an interview. “We don’t take anything for granted.”

The dynamics of the next Senate campaign could be influenced by a variety of external factors, most notably the presidential election and the attention it brings. Biden who turned 80 this monthHe has said his “intention” is to stand for re-election and that he will make a final decision early next year. Former President donald trump has already announced a third White House bid, and several other Republicans are lining up to launch campaigns. The eventual nominee in each party could have a profound impact on voting races, including those for the Senate.

But perhaps the biggest question for Senate Democrats seeking re-election will be who the Republicans will nominate as their opponents. The GOP lost several Senate elections this year, including those in Arizona, Pennsylvania and Nevada, after Trump-backed candidates struggled to raise money and connect with a broader, more moderate constituency during the general election.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., speaks to reporters in the Capitol in Washington, November 15, 2022. Democrats, who are celebrating a successful attempt to retain control of the U.S. Senate this year, will soon find themselves face a campaign of 2024 that could prove more challenging. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file)

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file

In Nevada, the Republican field to challenge Rosen has not yet developed, but is expected to attract several contenders. One name that’s grabbing attention is Sam Brown, a former US Army captain who was awarded a Purple Heart after being badly wounded in Afghanistan. Brown ran for the Senate this year and came out strong in the Republican primary before losing to Adam Laxalt, who lost to Cortez Masto in the general election.

Richard Hernandez, who was Brown’s campaign adviser, said, “He has made a commitment to his supporters that he will never stop fighting for their causes, but he has made no decision on whether that includes running for office in the future.”

Also in the Southwest, Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, a centrist Democrat, will seek re-election. The race, like other recent Arizona statewide competitions, is expected to be very competitive. But Sinema will likely face a well-funded key challenger first, having angered much of the Democratic base by blocking or watering down progressive priorities like a minimum wage hike or Biden’s big social spending initiatives. She has not said whether she intends to stand for re-election.

Sinema’s most prominent potential main challenger is US Rep. Ruben Gallego, who has a long history of feuding with Sinema. Gallego has not revealed his plans for 2024 but has made no secret that he is considering challenging Sinema. He even raised money for the prospect of defying Sinema.

An independent spending group is also raising money and says it will support grassroots organizations working to defeat Sinema in a Democratic primary.

Republicans are hoping a bloody Democratic primary could give them a chance to win the seat after losing three consecutive elections in the Arizona Senate.

Sinema is among a trio of moderate Senate Democrats who have sometimes used their influence in an evenly divided chamber to block or blunt some of Biden’s plans and nominees. They will remain among the party’s most vulnerable incumbents in 2024 as well.

The other two senators Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Jon Tester from Montana, will run as Democrats in states comfortably carried by Trump in 2020.

Manchin has already drawn a GOP challenger in US Rep. Alex Mooney, who said a week after winning re-election that he aspires to higher office. Manchin has not yet said whether he will stand for re-election.

Republicans see Tester, a three-term senator, as vulnerable, and the opportunity to run for the seat could lead to a heated primary battle between former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Rep. Matt Rosendale. Zinke, who won a seat in the House of Representatives in this year’s midterm elections, said he will decide whether to run next year and Rosendale declined to answer.

The tester hasn’t announced if he’ll seek another term, but he expects 2024 to be just as tough as his last race in 2018 when he beat Rosendale in a close contest.

In Pennsylvania, Democratic US Senator Bob Casey has not said if he intends to run for a fourth term. Casey easily won re-election in 2018, but Pennsylvania has been competitive for Republicans, even that year Senate race won by Democrat John Fetterman.

One potential Republican challenger whose name has been floating around in Pennsylvania is former hedge fund CEO David McCormick, who narrowly won the Republican primary in this year’s race to famed heart surgeon Dr. Mehmed Oz. McCormick advisers declined to comment on the prospect. Conservative activist Kathy Barnette, who finished a close third in the Republican primary, did not respond to news about whether she is considering a 2024 campaign.

Wisconsin, where Republican Sen. Ron Johnson narrowly won re-election this year, is expected to have another Senate race in two years.

Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin He is widely expected to seek a third term but has not officially announced it. There are no official Republican candidates, but US Rep. Mike Gallagher has been raised as a possibility.

Gallagher brushed off a question about whether he was considering challenging Baldwin and said in a statement that his focus over the next two years is on tackling issues like inflation and the border, having just won re-election.

“Any talk about the next election, especially since we’ve just had an election, distracts from the serious work we have to do,” he said.

A number of high-profile Republican senators will also stand for re-election in 2024, including ted cruz from texas, Josh Hawley from Missouri and Rick Scott from Florida.

On the Democrat side, some of the party’s former presidential candidates will face voters. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth WarenSen. Amy Klobuchar and New York Sen. Kirsten Gilbrand have all said they plan to seek another term.

Independent Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanderswho sides with the Democrats and is one of the most influential progressives in Congress has not said if he intends to run for re-election.

In Utah, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney will face his first bid for re-election in the Senate – if he decides to run. Romney remains popular with many Utah residents, but has faced backlash from his own party for being the only Republican to vote twice to remove Trump from office after his two impeachments by the House of Representatives.

When asked if Romney plans to run for re-election, his spokeswoman Arielle Mueller did not provide details about his plans, instead saying that the senator was focused on addressing “significant challenges facing the country.”

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, a Republican who was a Trump ally, is one of the GOP figures who has been considered a potential candidate for the 2024 Senate in the state. Longtime Reyes political adviser Alan Crooks declined to say whether the attorney general will launch a campaign, but argued he was receiving pressure from inside and outside the state to make it work.

“He’s certainly ready to walk, but that doesn’t mean he’s considering it,” Crooks said.

Associated Press writers Scott Bauer in Madison, Wisconsin; Marc Levy of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Jonathan J. Cooper in Phoenix; Sam Metz in Salt Lake City; and Kevin Freking in Washington contributed to this report.

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