Toddler or Avoidance Politics

OPINION – Okay so on some things (this being one) I may be a little slow but after watching two Fox News stories the past couple of nights I finally get it liberals are like a Toddler ever yelling the same message. See for yourself: 

In this first interview watch as Fox News host Martha MacCallum, repeatedly asks a BLM leader if he supports the violent position of one of another BLM leader, he of course repeats over and over rhetoric but will not answer the question. {I will not comment on his outrageous claims or attitude towards others I will let you form your own unbiased thoughts}

BLM leader defends looters, says US government ‘steals’ and ‘pillages different countries’

In this Next example again Fox News host Martha MacCallum, is again interviewing incoming President of the National Education Association Becky Pringle regarding their opposition to opening schools this fall. Again we get Toddler or Avoidance answers to Ms. MacCallums questions. {Note the underlying thing that admitted by denial of Ms. Pringle;  give us ALL our demands and we can go back to work}

The “Avoidance” part should be obvious to everyone, There are hundreds of examples heck even their PRIZE Presidential Candidate Joe Biden¹ is a prime example being locked away and avoiding any serious questioning from reporters since at COVID hit.  

So y’all maybe wondering why I am using or choose the term “Toddler”, well this little jewel, Paisleigh, has been a member of our household now for a few months.

She is not quite a year old and for the most part is pretty quiet. BUT when she wants something, well she lets you know it! With her limited Toddler Gibberish Vocabulary she will repeat herself like an old record with a bad scratch. 

Of course it is not Paisleigh’s fault, she has yet to develop and mature. The same can not be said for those on the liberal left who have abandoned all moral, civil and ethical reason to advance their agenda. I do not believe it is an understatement to say Our Way of life (Constitutional Government) is at stake this November.


¹ = To be fair there has been much criticism (from Conservatives only) of Joe Biden for his relationship with Sen. Robert Byrd. Mr. Biden has from the start of his political career been a deal broker, a “player” a member of the swamp team, so it is natural that he would have associations and relationships with men like Sen. Byrd. What I find more disturbing is the fact that he has no real record of accomplishments on his own to stand on.  Donald Trump was elected to “Drain the Swamp” That is why he is hated, feared, and pushed back against so hard.



Wake Up America!

In my opinion as if we needed any other daily dose of reality, Tucker Carlson’s opening monologue from the other night should be a eye opening reality check for all those living in the LA-LA land if the progressive left. 



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Coronavirus crisis — Why some churches are defying bans on gathering

By Lauren Green | Fox News

To defy or not to defy: For most houses of worship, it’s not even a question to consider, as they shutter their doors and switch to online services to thwart spreading the coronavirus.

But not all have complied.

On Friday The River at Tampa Bay Church in Florida was still planning to hold public church services for its thousands of members on Sunday.

As the COVID-19 virus has become a plague of seemingly biblical proportions around the world, the Tampa church’s founding pastor, Dr. Rodney Howard-Browne, has openly defied the state’s gathering ban on groups of 10 or more people and forced the closing of non-essential operations.

A lengthy legal article on the church’s website asks, “By what authority does the government declare the church non-essential?”

The River Church is not alone.

Life Tabernacle Church in Baton Rouge, La., has also defied the state’s gathering ban. Its pastor, the Reverend Tony Spell calls the ban “politically motivated.”

In a phone interview with Fox News, he says his church had been hated long before the gathering ban because it serves the poor and needy with its multi-racial congregation in a community that is 88 percent white.

He also says that his church offers the only hope for many who suffer. “I have seen members healed of HIV and cancer — diseases [that are] bigger than COVID-19.”

The fundamental right to freedom of religion in the United States is sacrosanct. And there are strict legal guidelines as to when the government can impose its authority. Most importantly, there has to be a compelling state interest.

Dr. Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission for the Southern Baptist Convention says protecting citizens from the COVID-19 pandemic is a clear case.

Moore asserts, “Governments are not specifically singling in on churches in a way that they’re not with other people. And there’s a compelling government interest here, which is public health and making sure that the most vulnerable among us aren’t sacrificed. And so I think in that situation, this is perfectly constitutional.”

But The River Church’s legal analyst begs to differ. Attorney KrisAnne Hall writes, “When politicians assign an ‘acceptable’ number of people allowed in a private church, they are reducing our right to Freedom of Religion to a first-come, first-served privilege.”

Brad Dacus, founder of the conservative legal group Pacific Justice Institute says, “this is a new ballgame.”

Dacus says he would never recommend any church violate local laws, but that PJI has vowed to defend and give legal counsel to any church that does.

He says, “it’s very possible that there could be a church out there that may not be complying with a mandate but yet also may have a bona fide defense, based on the way that the mandate is being applied to other parties and other entities.”

Spell wholeheartedly agrees. He points out that less than a mile from his church “there’s a Walmart with 200 cars in the parking lot, and nobody blinks an eye.”

While no one in Spell’s church has contracted the virus so far, other congregants at churches and houses of worship in other states have not been so fortunate.

Three members of churches in California and Georgia are dead after contracting COVID-19. It is believed that they caught the virus in their respective houses of worship. And nearly three dozen people connected to the 80 member Greers Ferry First Assembly of God in Arkansas have also tested positive for the new coronavirus including its pastor and his wife. And in Brooklyn, New York the Catholic diocese is reporting that members in several parishes have tested positive for COVID- 19 positive cases. All public masses are canceled there.

The Walmart is open in Baton Rouge near Spell’s church because it has a grocery store inside it which is considered essential. But Spell and Howard-Browne say feeding our souls and our spirits are also essential.