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From Fox News:

… Speaking to actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas at the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum on Friday, Harris claimed that people of color and low-income communities are most affected by natural disasters such as Hurricane Ian. Because of this, Harris described how federal relief should be given “based on equity.”

The Vice President declared, “It is our lowest income communities and our communities of color that are most impacted by these extreme conditions and impacted by issues that are not of their own making.”

Chopra interjected, “And women,” to which Harris replied, “Absolutely.”

After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something.

The Vice President continued: “And so we have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity, understanding not everyone starts out at the same place.”

She added, “And if we want people to be in an equal palace, sometimes we have to take into account those disparities and do that work.” The audience applauded Harris’ statements.

It’s an article of faith in Establishment thought that Climate Change most brutally impacts Communities of Color, since they tend to live on the hotter and/or more rainstorm flood-prone part of town. But hurricanes tend to mess up people who live along the beach or marinas the most, who tend to be more affluent. So it was pretty dumb of the Veep to recycle her equity talking points during the current hurricane.

As for the VP’s distinction between the evils of equality (treating people equally) and the virtues of equity (treating people of color better than people of noncolor), see my 2020 Taki’s Magazine column on her oft-stated views: “Equity: The New Equality.”

 
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  1. Meteor hits earth, women and minorities most affected

    • Replies: @36 ulster
    @Pop Warner

    "Experts say."

  2. Mock her all you want but she aligns well with our Failing Elites on Ukraine:

    Harris was asked to explain the conflict …

    Speaking slowly, Harris began, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe.”

    “It exists next to another country called Russia,” she continued. “Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

    Well done, Kamala, well done.

    • LOL: Prester John
    • Replies: @Faraday's Bobcat
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship


    Mock her all you want but she aligns well with our Failing Elites on Ukraine:

    Harris was asked to explain the conflict …

    Speaking slowly, Harris began, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe.”

    “It exists next to another country called Russia,” she continued. “Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

    Well done, Kamala, well done.
     
    This didn't bother me. Harris is trained to dumb things down for juries. Before this was started, I would guess 25% of the public:

    - never heard of Ukraine, let alone could find it on a map
    - thought Russia was fictitious like Mordor
    - thought Vladimir Putin was a WWE "heel"
    - thinks lottery tickets are a great way to invest the $15 you have left after paying for rent, food and weed

    Conservatives used to be good at talking to stupid people (who, after all, can vote), but then they started in on estate tax relief and originalism and other stuff a lot of people don't understand. They are slowly re-learning that to get people riled up, you for instance show videos of violent crimes. Government approval ratings always go up during a war not because people necessarily buy into the casus belli, but because they can understand fights in a way that they can't understand other things.

    Replies: @Loyalty Over IQ Worship

    , @additionalMike
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship

    OK, so a 4th-grade understanding of the geopolitical situation.
    She makes Joe Biden look like Henry Kissinger.

    , @Currahee
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship

    Back in 2019, when she fell on her face in Iowa (Willie Brown told he not to run), the Democrats dismissed her, the "inside baseball" was that she was surprisingly stupid.

  3. Poor women. We’ve got it so bad. Remember: “Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat.” — Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Tracy

    That reminds me. Did she really say this?


    https://i.ibb.co/SRY2qvV/eea91d35dbc35b2c3543cd8419ce61df42740d24-14.jpg

    I guess she did. Almost Kamala-esque. Almost majestic.

    Replies: @ic1000

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Tracy


    Poor women. We’ve got it so bad. Remember: “Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat.” — Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador
     
    Men killed in combat; women and children hit hardest.

    The New York Times headlines write themselves.
    , @Bill Jones
    @Tracy

    I had not seen that before. It's a keeper. Thanks.

    , @Observator
    @Tracy

    As wife of the Governor of Arkansas, Hillary fought and broke teachers’ unions largely composed of minority women. On the board of directors of Walmart, the nation’s largest employer of women, Hillary praised that company’s exploitative labor practices. As First Lady Hillary was instrumental in her husband’s successful campaign to deprive women and their children of the basic social safety net under the guise of “welfare reform.” As Secretary of State she fought Haitian women’s efforts to get a tiny increase in minimum wage in American-owned sweatshops and in Honduras she helped replace the elected government with a junta that routinely employs the rape and murder of women in its reign of terror against its own people.

    She has met the enemy, and it is she...

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Tracy

    Thanks. I remembered this one too, Tracy. The poor women, stuck at home baking cookies.

    The Hildabeast got pregnant no more, put her shoes on, got out of the kitchen, and accomplished her crowning achievement by having Khadaphee killed and cackling "we came, we saw, he died."

    Replies: @Prester John

    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    @Tracy

    It's hard to believe she (even she) said that.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

  4. So it was pretty dumb of the Veep to recycle her equity talking points during the current hurricane.

    All depends on what you think the objective is.

    In a related story, the election is just a few weeks ahead, and the full scale of the oncoming financial collapse won’t be apparent for a couple months. Of course I could be wrong (and I hope I am) and it’s worth remembering that the month of October is legendary among market watchers. Fun times ahead anyway.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Polistra

    Everything I'm seeing says disaster.

  5. @Tracy
    Poor women. We've got it so bad. Remember: "Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat." -- Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    Replies: @Polistra, @Mr. Anon, @Bill Jones, @Observator, @Achmed E. Newman, @Malcolm X-Lax

    That reminds me. Did she really say this?

    I guess she did. Almost Kamala-esque. Almost majestic.

    • Replies: @ic1000
    @Polistra

    > Did [Hillary Clinton] really say this?

    In favor of the quote being real, Snopes debunked it. However, I couldn't find an actual attribution.

    Snopes has a reputation of being right twice a day. This could be one of those times.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Polistra

  6. Remember that past omen of the End Times.

    The pro wrestler from the 80s and 90s, ‘Kamala the Ugandan Giant’, actually had the real last name ‘Harris’.

    James ‘Kamala’ Harris passed away just the DAY before this more recent Kamala Harris became the running mate on the 2020 Democratic ticket.

    Hence, there was an original ‘Kamala Harris’ 30 years ago :

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_(wrestler)

    To think, the first ‘Kamala Harris’ passed away just the day before the second ‘Kamala Harris’ was appointed on the Veep slot, at a time when never has a Veep had a better chance of actually becoming POTUS due to Biden’s advanced age.

    What a coincidence. This is truly an immense coincidence.

    This was an Omen of supernatural proportions. It should still not be taken lightly, even two years on. Coincidences of such precision are always omens.

    • LOL: Trinity, Bugg
    • Replies: @JR Ewing
    @Thomm

    That was Kamala the Ugandan Giant.

    The VP is Kamala the Intellectual Giant.

    Big improvement.

    Replies: @Thomm

    , @Semi-Hemi
    @Thomm

    There is a blogger named Chris Knowles at the Secret Sun blog who writes about such things, very smart and interesting fellow.

    , @Prester John
    @Thomm

    Whom the gods punish, they first make mad.

    , @Trinity
    @Thomm

    Lol. Troof, ahem, I mean Thomm, how the hell are you, Old Sport?

    Kamala was hilarious. RIP Big Guy.

    I heard Abdullah the Butcher was really from Canada, and he has/had a restaurant in Atlanta. Is Abdullah still alive?

  7. For what it’s worth.

  8. Deacon Jones doesn’t forget to include women:

    • Replies: @Prester John
    @anonymous

    He and Merlin Olsen were like a wall. Back in the day nobody even bothered to try running plays to the right.

    , @Paul Jolliffe
    @anonymous

    “Anytime you go upside a man’s head - or a woman’s - . . .”

    Classic.

    Thanks for posting.

  9. @Tracy
    Poor women. We've got it so bad. Remember: "Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat." -- Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    Replies: @Polistra, @Mr. Anon, @Bill Jones, @Observator, @Achmed E. Newman, @Malcolm X-Lax

    Poor women. We’ve got it so bad. Remember: “Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat.” — Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    Men killed in combat; women and children hit hardest.

    The New York Times headlines write themselves.

  10. Now that you mention her, what a sleazy sick stupid parody regime this Biden/Kamala thing has been.

  11. I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Colin Wright

    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?

    She won't win the primary. They know she is a walking failure. The MSM actually avoids doing interviews with her. Just watch the "did you go to the border?" video.

    But all it takes is for Biden to take a tumble and this idiot becomes president.

    I honestly don't buy her academic record. We know she gave BJs to move ahead in SF politics but I really wonder if she literally blew her away through college.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Anon, @SMK

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Colin Wright


    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?
     
    Harris didn't win a single primary in 2020. In fact, as I recall, she dropped out before most or all of the primaries were even held. She was the darling of the Silicon Valley set, but actual Democratic voters didn't like her at all. Maybe it's that Karen-esque school-marm way of talking she has. She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Colin Wright

    , @Currahee
    @Colin Wright

    They won't have to do that: in 2023, to no one's surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    , @Hannah Katz
    @Colin Wright

    Kami (pronounced Commie) is not the sharpest knife in the drawer, and everyone knows it except her.

  12. Anonymous[905] • Disclaimer says:

    After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something.

    Steve you do amazing work. The quality, the output. Incredible. You are the best journalist in the country. You arguably are the best commentator/analyst. Only Heartiste, BAP, and possibly Scott Greer come to mind as equals. Ricky Vaughn had potential but he was persecuted and shackled.

    You do more than anyone else for the cause, so we cannot in fairness ask more from you. I wonder, however, whether you are aware that your discourse tends to be limited to a reactive/passive posture. You point out contradictions, omissions. You mock. This is helpful. We need it. You are one of the best at it. But it is always being on the defensive. Kamala says something. You rightly mock it. The New York Times spins something a certain way. You rightly skewer it. But we also need people to create frameworks and rhetoric that puts the enemy on the defensive. Do you not do this because it is not where your talents are? Or do you not do it because you do not realize its yawning absence?

    • Replies: @Cato
    @Anonymous

    The enemy does not come here to read what Steve has to say. For that reason, it is pointless for him "to create frameworks and rhetoric that puts the enemy on the defensive". But, I agree, Steve does what he does better than anyone else on the web. Worth the penny paid.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  13. The new Communist gibs Manifesto:

    From each according to their ability, to each according to their need gibs.

    All victims are equal, but some victims are more deserving of equity gibs.

    I fear the Demogibs party is nothing more thn a cargo cult. Thet pretend to be leaders in the hope that gibs will descend from the heavens.

  14. Priyanka Chopra Jonas = Coonskin rajah rap: “Pay!”

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @njguy73
    @Reg Cæsar

    She's one of the Victoria's Secret Collective models. The whole marketing push is to be about showcasing diversity.

    Priyanka Chopra Jonas was Miss World 2000.

    Only in the mind of a Victoria's Secret exec would adding Miss World 2000 be considered a step towards inclusion and diversity.

  15. She added, “And if we want people to be in an equal palace…

    Apparently they really do have plans for your home equity. Grand plans.

  16. Hurricanes also disproportionately affect those who live in hurricane zones.

  17. Is there any reason why they have her, at a D.C. pantsuit thing originated by Hillary & Tipper, chatting with a Bollywood airhead actress– isn’t that a bit on-the-nose even for 2022 standards? What, Lizzo wasn’t available?

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Anonymous


    What, Lizzo wasn’t available?
     
    No. Lizzo was playing James Madison's 200 year old crystal flute in yet another episode of cultural abomination and degeneracy. The picture was horrible itself; I couldn't bring myself to click on the article.
    , @Currahee
    @Anonymous

    Bollywood big plans didn't work out much did they?

  18. Having lived for the past dozen years on the Florida Gulf Coast one of the things I enjoy most is the large number of negro sailors I see spending their time and money maintaining their boats and yachts. Their nautical expertise is without peer. While your typical white boat owner will spend a fortune on silly electronics to find fish or his way back home, the negro will set sail in a rubber dinghy or some rotting hull confident he can make his way across an open ocean and call his voyage a success if just a few aboard his vessel are rescued at sea by racist white sailors.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldlan
    @Unit472

    There ARE negroes who own boats; big boats. Really big boats. With what I suspect goes on on those boats,I'd welcome a hurricane to come and smash em up!😮

  19. There is a concerted effort – being led by certain journalists, The Economist etc – to justify and ‘legitimize’ massive third world immigration into the west on the grounds of ‘climate change’ making the third world ‘unlivable’.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Anonymous

    There is a concerted effort – being led by certain journalists, The Economist etc – to justify and ‘legitimize’ massive third world immigration into the west on the grounds of ‘climate change’ making the third world ‘unlivable’.

    Yes but they were going to do that anyways with third world overpopulation.

    Blame the US for the third world and then say we "only" need to take in a few million to help fix the problem.

    Climate change is just the latest excuse.

    They want to move third worlders into middle America for a permanent majority. Offer them free stuff and then vote in even more immigrants.

    It's a solid plan and our dopey conservatives have nothing in response. Blurb about tax cuts and Reagan. Quote MLK and get teary eyed about them Socialists hold back da poor negra peepa.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  20. Priyanka. Res ipsa somethingorother.

  21. @Colin Wright
    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except...

    what if she won?

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Mr. Anon, @Currahee, @Hannah Katz

    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?

    She won’t win the primary. They know she is a walking failure. The MSM actually avoids doing interviews with her. Just watch the “did you go to the border?” video.

    But all it takes is for Biden to take a tumble and this idiot becomes president.

    I honestly don’t buy her academic record. We know she gave BJs to move ahead in SF politics but I really wonder if she literally blew her away through college.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @John Johnson

    She went to Howard.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Anon
    @John Johnson

    Harris doesn't seem to understand whites will not forget her remarks. The white Democratic party elites have seen enough of her and understand they need a different candidate by now.

    , @SMK
    @John Johnson

    The only reason that Harris was a US senator from California and is now vice-presient is because she had an adulterous intrigue with Willie Brown, a grotesquely ugly man who was over 30 years older than her but the foremost black politician in California, who launched her political career in exchange for carnal pleasure.

    Replies: @John Johnson

  22. @Anonymous
    There is a concerted effort - being led by certain journalists, The Economist etc - to justify and 'legitimize' massive third world immigration into the west on the grounds of 'climate change' making the third world 'unlivable'.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    There is a concerted effort – being led by certain journalists, The Economist etc – to justify and ‘legitimize’ massive third world immigration into the west on the grounds of ‘climate change’ making the third world ‘unlivable’.

    Yes but they were going to do that anyways with third world overpopulation.

    Blame the US for the third world and then say we “only” need to take in a few million to help fix the problem.

    Climate change is just the latest excuse.

    They want to move third worlders into middle America for a permanent majority. Offer them free stuff and then vote in even more immigrants.

    It’s a solid plan and our dopey conservatives have nothing in response. Blurb about tax cuts and Reagan. Quote MLK and get teary eyed about them Socialists hold back da poor negra peepa.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @John Johnson


    Blame the US for the third world and then say we “only” need to take in a few million to help fix the problem
     
    .

    Africa has supposedly added about 600 million people to its population just in the first 22 years of this century. Taking in “a few million” will do nothing to fix the problem. Africa was already a mess in AD 2000, when it had 810 million people.

    They want to move third worlders into middle America for a permanent majority. Offer them free stuff and then vote in even more immigrants.

     

    This is an ugly, racist thing for you to say. Also, we’ve been bragging for years that we’re doing this, and that whites will be a minority thanks to our immigration policies (see: “The Emergjng Democratic Majority,” published 2002, and about a billion news articles and Twitter posts). But it’s racist for you to mention it.

    It’s a solid plan and our dopey conservatives have nothing in response. Blurb about tax cuts and Reagan.
     
    This is exactly the plan proposed by new “conservative” UK Prime Minister Liz Truss - slash taxes and increase immigration. Mind you, this is after the Tories already increased immigration under Boris Johnson by giving millions of Hong Kongers the right to immigrate.

    Replies: @John Johnson

  23. Steve, you’re a couple of terms behind here, I hate to tell you. It’s not been Climate Change since the teens. There was no name for it in ’20 and part 0f ’21, since nobody cared due to Black Death 2.0. Since then, it’s been The Climate Crisis™. That was alliterative, which is nice, but I saw a few days ago that yahoo has come up with something even better and hyperalliterative, Climate Calamity!™.

    That’s WTF we’re dealing with now, people, a Climate Calamity!™ You don’t make mathematical models, as their forecasts don’t always pan out. It’s like tryin’ to reason with hurricane season.

    BTW, what Newsweek was most worried about in their article about the damage from Hurricane Ian across SW and central Florida, was Cuban refugees lost at sea. First, they fled from Fidel, then Raul, now it’s from Ian – except they fled DURING A HURRICANE! They are not sending their best and brightest.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Good catch, AN.

    What I read now is Technogenic Climate Change. Frankly, I'm not sure what it means, and I doubt anybody else does either. But "technogenic" does sound pretty cool. You could probably put "techno" in front of any old word and it would impress people. Technocurrency, technobanking, technoartistry, technophony, technopugilism...

    Let's see how long it takes before we get White Supremacist Technogenic Climate Crisis.

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Since then, it’s been The Climate Crisis™. That was alliterative, which is nice, but I saw a few days ago that yahoo has come up with something even better and hyperalliterative, Climate Calamity!™.
     
    I prefer The Green Grift.
  24. @Colin Wright
    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except...

    what if she won?

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Mr. Anon, @Currahee, @Hannah Katz

    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?

    Harris didn’t win a single primary in 2020. In fact, as I recall, she dropped out before most or all of the primaries were even held. She was the darling of the Silicon Valley set, but actual Democratic voters didn’t like her at all. Maybe it’s that Karen-esque school-marm way of talking she has. She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mr. Anon

    Mr. Anon, that's all the case, but I believe it was that promise that Joe Biden made to SC Rep- N James Clyburn to pick a black VP candidate (noted a number of times by iSteve) that got this idiot to where she is today. Well, Creepy Joe half-assedly fulfilled that promise, as she's only half black.

    Oh, and I liked your accurate depiction of the Hildabeast.

    , @Colin Wright
    @Mr. Anon

    'She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.'

    She is also -- unlike Hillary Clinton -- intensely stupid.

    That struck me while watching that clip of her making that North Korea gaffe. Gaffe aside, she was barely able to remember her little set speech -- much less comprehend the meaning of what she was saying. It was like watching a five year old say the 'pledgallegiance.' She's just way, way out of her depth.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Muggles

  25. I’ll tell you who was hardest hit.

    Growing up on the Florida Gulf Coast, the only people who would build on the barrier island were “fools and damn Yankees.” (But I repeat myself.)

    So who were hit hardest with this hurricane?

    Fools and damn Yankees.

    I have little sympathy.

    Like we say, if you don’t want to feel the hoof, don’t stand behind the mule.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Somsel

    Yes but, it's 2021, how do we not have a hurricane-proof house?

    Replies: @Somsel

    , @epebble
    @Somsel

    FEMA has started breaking the news. Ever so gently.

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/oct/02/hurricane-ian-risks-rebuilding-vulnerable-areas

    Once government help towards insurance dries up, market forces will decide where to build. If Ians start happening with increasing frequency, insurers get the message.

  26. @John Johnson
    @Colin Wright

    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?

    She won't win the primary. They know she is a walking failure. The MSM actually avoids doing interviews with her. Just watch the "did you go to the border?" video.

    But all it takes is for Biden to take a tumble and this idiot becomes president.

    I honestly don't buy her academic record. We know she gave BJs to move ahead in SF politics but I really wonder if she literally blew her away through college.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Anon, @SMK

    She went to Howard.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @International Jew

    Her sister more closely matches her parents' IQ (they had very intelligent parents). Kamala understood that she had regressed to the mean and decided it was better to be a big fish in a small pond and undertook the career path of becoming a Professional Negro despite growing up in Montreal with little if anything in common with ADOS blacks (she even owes her coloration more to her dark skinned S. Asian mom than to her "African" side). I can't say that this was a bad decision for her.

    Replies: @epebble

  27. To be fair, natural disasters do hit blacks the hardest; you said it yourself in one of your post-Katrina articles where you explained the challenge of getting help from strangers in a low-trust society.

    To which I’ll add that disasters hit specifically black women hardest. They have to get the kids to safety often without assistance from the dad, who has only himself to worry about and in fact may come out ahead if he does well in the looting phase.

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
    @International Jew

    Another factor is the lowest value real estate where the poorest people resides tends to be in first areas to flood and the areas that get flooded with max water depth. All plots of land in south Florida are not equally vulnerable and the poorest people get dumped into the worst plots.

    The problem isn't who deserves the biggest bail-out. The problem is bail-outs as a political principle.

    Also: the biggest bail-outs are going to go every time to the people who know the administrators of the bail-outs. Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have gotten plenty of bail-out dollars I can promise you. Very few of the people reading this think there is anything wrong with the government bailing people out. I am sure that is a border line thought crime.

    , @Mike Tre
    @International Jew

    "To be fair, natural disasters do hit blacks the hardest;"

    This might (key word: might) only be true in the sense that blacks do nothing to prepare for predictable weather events in the short or long term. That's on them.

    And other than hurricanes -that give people days notice to vacate, BTW - what natural disasters hit blacks harder?

    Earthquakes? Southern California is 5% black. Nope.

    Blizzards? More of them hit the northern Midwest, plains, and Rocky Mountain regions where relatively few blacks live. Their frequency and impact are underreported because it's flyover country so who gives a shit.

    Tornadoes? These seem to wreak havoc in rural Midwest/plains towns the most, which are mostly white.

    Flash floods? Mudslides/Avalanches? Just based on their total population that's doubtful.

  28. Steve Sailer:

    “After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something.”

    I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength. And that, because of that, they are “hit harder” than men during natural disasters on an economic and practical sense, and not geographically. You need to learn how to read between the lines. You are extremely literal minded.

    Kamala Harris is an idiot, but you *really* need to drop the passive-aggressive snarky tone that you use to reply to almost every post, and to everyone. It is very, very annoying, and most people hate you for it. It would be kinda ok if you were actually funny or witty, but you are not. The fact that you actually think that your sarcastic sense is good or witty makes it even more annoying. This is not the way that a 60+ year-old man should be communicating online. You read more like a teenager trying to be edgy than tne old-ass man that you are.

    I have cringe tears laughing, reading the mechanical and predictible snarky comments and replies that you make. Not because they are funny, but because of how wholly unwitty they are, and how much they seem rehearsed.

    • Troll: JR Ewing
    • Replies: @G. Poulin
    @Zero Philosopher

    The Tone Nazis strike again.

    , @Jack D
    @Zero Philosopher

    "I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength."

    Don't put words in her mouth and make her seem more intelligent than she really is. "What she REALLY meant to say was....."

    Kamala would NEVER endorse the idea that women are physically weaker than men. Women are kick ass strong in Leftist mythology. Of course there is no consistency - women are both stronger and weaker as the ideological context may require.

    Remember BTW that Harris started out talking mainly about "communities of color" as the people who should get extra gibs and Chopra was the one who reminded her that women should also be eligible for gibs. Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense.

    Don't people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?

    Replies: @Anonymous, @ejdjj, @Zero Philosopher

    , @ejdjj
    @Zero Philosopher

    Has somebody got her granny panties in a bunch?

    Ew lady. Just ew.

    Go away and read something gay and authoritarian. That's more your speed.

    Ew.

    Replies: @Zero Philosopher

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Zero Philosopher

    The readers are clamoring for a respectful and serious mansplaining of the case for wokeism. Why won't Steve give it to them! It's pure spite.

  29. @Tracy
    Poor women. We've got it so bad. Remember: "Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat." -- Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    Replies: @Polistra, @Mr. Anon, @Bill Jones, @Observator, @Achmed E. Newman, @Malcolm X-Lax

    I had not seen that before. It’s a keeper. Thanks.

  30. @Zero Philosopher
    Steve Sailer:

    "After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something."

    I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength. And that, because of that, they are "hit harder" than men during natural disasters on an economic and practical sense, and not geographically. You need to learn how to read between the lines. You are extremely literal minded.

    Kamala Harris is an idiot, but you *really* need to drop the passive-aggressive snarky tone that you use to reply to almost every post, and to everyone. It is very, very annoying, and most people hate you for it. It would be kinda ok if you were actually funny or witty, but you are not. The fact that you actually think that your sarcastic sense is good or witty makes it even more annoying. This is not the way that a 60+ year-old man should be communicating online. You read more like a teenager trying to be edgy than tne old-ass man that you are.

    I have cringe tears laughing, reading the mechanical and predictible snarky comments and replies that you make. Not because they are funny, but because of how wholly unwitty they are, and how much they seem rehearsed.

    Replies: @G. Poulin, @Jack D, @ejdjj, @Hypnotoad666

    The Tone Nazis strike again.

  31. Poor people tend to live in areas with above ground utilities and with with older buildings built to older codes. Also, in times when emergency services are overwhelmed, many suspect that being affluent and politically connected helps get one moved to the front of the line for help such as utilities restores, trees cleared, law enforcement protection.

  32. Anonymous[293] • Disclaimer says:
    @John Johnson
    @Anonymous

    There is a concerted effort – being led by certain journalists, The Economist etc – to justify and ‘legitimize’ massive third world immigration into the west on the grounds of ‘climate change’ making the third world ‘unlivable’.

    Yes but they were going to do that anyways with third world overpopulation.

    Blame the US for the third world and then say we "only" need to take in a few million to help fix the problem.

    Climate change is just the latest excuse.

    They want to move third worlders into middle America for a permanent majority. Offer them free stuff and then vote in even more immigrants.

    It's a solid plan and our dopey conservatives have nothing in response. Blurb about tax cuts and Reagan. Quote MLK and get teary eyed about them Socialists hold back da poor negra peepa.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Blame the US for the third world and then say we “only” need to take in a few million to help fix the problem

    .

    Africa has supposedly added about 600 million people to its population just in the first 22 years of this century. Taking in “a few million” will do nothing to fix the problem. Africa was already a mess in AD 2000, when it had 810 million people.

    They want to move third worlders into middle America for a permanent majority. Offer them free stuff and then vote in even more immigrants.

    This is an ugly, racist thing for you to say. Also, we’ve been bragging for years that we’re doing this, and that whites will be a minority thanks to our immigration policies (see: “The Emergjng Democratic Majority,” published 2002, and about a billion news articles and Twitter posts). But it’s racist for you to mention it.

    It’s a solid plan and our dopey conservatives have nothing in response. Blurb about tax cuts and Reagan.

    This is exactly the plan proposed by new “conservative” UK Prime Minister Liz Truss – slash taxes and increase immigration. Mind you, this is after the Tories already increased immigration under Boris Johnson by giving millions of Hong Kongers the right to immigrate.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Anonymous


    Blame the US for the third world and then say we “only” need to take in a few million to help fix the proble
     
    Africa has supposedly added about 600 million people to its population just in the first 22 years of this century. Taking in “a few million” will do nothing to fix the problem. Africa was already a mess in AD 2000, when it had 810 million people.

    I was describing what will be a future liberal rationalization. That is after they achieve a supermajority.

    Here is the future scenario I am concerned with:

    President Tutu Bagooma leads some failed government campaign and trashes the economy during a drought. Millions starve. The country has over 100 million people and the Democrats tell us that we are just taking a few million. Like 3...maybe 4... no more than 6. Ok 10 million tops but that is it. After all White people caused climate change and kept them from achieving Wakanda. We owe them.

    This is exactly the plan proposed by new “conservative” UK Prime Minister Liz Truss – slash taxes and increase immigration. Mind you, this is after the Tories already increased immigration under Boris Johnson by giving millions of Hong Kongers the right to immigrate.

    Yea well cuck island has way more problems than the US. Good luck with "knife crime" and a conservative party that won't tax the rich but will raise energy prices on the middle class. Not my problem.

    Your best hope is for the US to get on track. Britain copied US liberalism and would most likely copy any trend in the reverse.

  33. @Tracy
    Poor women. We've got it so bad. Remember: "Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat." -- Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    Replies: @Polistra, @Mr. Anon, @Bill Jones, @Observator, @Achmed E. Newman, @Malcolm X-Lax

    As wife of the Governor of Arkansas, Hillary fought and broke teachers’ unions largely composed of minority women. On the board of directors of Walmart, the nation’s largest employer of women, Hillary praised that company’s exploitative labor practices. As First Lady Hillary was instrumental in her husband’s successful campaign to deprive women and their children of the basic social safety net under the guise of “welfare reform.” As Secretary of State she fought Haitian women’s efforts to get a tiny increase in minimum wage in American-owned sweatshops and in Honduras she helped replace the elected government with a junta that routinely employs the rape and murder of women in its reign of terror against its own people.

    She has met the enemy, and it is she…

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Observator

    Dick Morris says that Hillary is getting ready for 2024 by portraying herself as a "moderate" Democrat.

    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2022/10/hillary-2024-2.php

  34. @Anonymous
    Is there any reason why they have her, at a D.C. pantsuit thing originated by Hillary & Tipper, chatting with a Bollywood airhead actress-- isn't that a bit on-the-nose even for 2022 standards? What, Lizzo wasn't available?

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Currahee

    What, Lizzo wasn’t available?

    No. Lizzo was playing James Madison’s 200 year old crystal flute in yet another episode of cultural abomination and degeneracy. The picture was horrible itself; I couldn’t bring myself to click on the article.

  35. Climate change hysteria is based on computer models which are proven by back testing against past temperature. This is a clever form of misdirection because the past is always perfectly predictable and any of an infinite number of models can precisely predict the past. For example, a Fourier series can be used with arbitrary frequencies or a Taylor series with arbitrary exponents can be used which will precisely recreate the data.
    The only problem is that for every model that will correctly predict the future, there are an infinite number that won’t.
    This form of misdirection is very popular in the finance industry with multiple hedge funds generating huge profits for their managers. With an infinite number of models to choose from, each easily proven correct by back testing, they will always have fresh product to sell to gullible investors.
    It’s the same with climate models, they don’t even predict the past with any reliability, much less the future, yet billions are wasted. Europeans are willing to go even further and would rather freeze to death in the dark than acknowledge reality.
    It is possible to construct useful models by basing them on well proven mathematical and physical laws. Mechanical, electrical and civil engineering use modelling extensively, but those models are based on well established physical laws. For example, Ohm’s law, Hooke’s law, etc.
    Climate models are based on CO2 being bad with no proven relation between CO2 intensity and temperature. None of the other relations such as cloud cover and energy flow are known to any precision.
    Arctic ice cover is used as a proxy for temperature rise, because it has been going down for a few years. Antarctic ice cover is actively ignored because it has been either flat or growing over the same period. The main difference is that Arctic ice is floating and affected by ocean currents while Antarctic ice is mostly land bound and affected mostly by air temperatures. https://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/antarctic-daily-image-update/
    Even though Antarctic ice is a better proxy for temperature, it doesn’t fit the narrative and is ignored.
    Arctic ice was behaving properly with lower extent every year, although the most recent minimum was back in 2012, it has been emphasized as a harbinger of disaster.
    Antarctic ice is only in the news when some tiny portion of it melts slightly faster.
    Out of curiosity, how many scientists make up a consensus? Also, does a consensus of scientists agree on what is a consensus?

  36. We will not verbally improve upon that photograph of a white man carrying an Asian woman through a flood while her husband carries a set of Jordans in an original box.

  37. Anonymous[529] • Disclaimer says:

    Ironically, the other night was when I finally got around to watching the Netflix film THE WHITE TIGER, which not only featured Chopra in a supporting role but was co-executive produced by her.

    The film, based on the 2011 Booker Prize winning novel, pulls NO punches in terms of highlighting what a cognitive shithole India is, and how that underlies the endemic corruption and lack of basic hygiene. It also pulls no punches showing that inter-caste racism is so baked in to the system that it makes Jim Crow look like a liberal society.

    Chopra strikes me as a woman who notices but chooses to strike a different pose in the West.

  38. @Polistra

    So it was pretty dumb of the Veep to recycle her equity talking points during the current hurricane.
     
    All depends on what you think the objective is.

    In a related story, the election is just a few weeks ahead, and the full scale of the oncoming financial collapse won't be apparent for a couple months. Of course I could be wrong (and I hope I am) and it's worth remembering that the month of October is legendary among market watchers. Fun times ahead anyway.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Everything I’m seeing says disaster.

  39. @Thomm
    Remember that past omen of the End Times.

    The pro wrestler from the 80s and 90s, ‘Kamala the Ugandan Giant’, actually had the real last name ‘Harris’.

    James ‘Kamala’ Harris passed away just the DAY before this more recent Kamala Harris became the running mate on the 2020 Democratic ticket.

    Hence, there was an original ‘Kamala Harris’ 30 years ago :

    https://youtu.be/wd_J83Sc3v8

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_(wrestler)

    To think, the first ‘Kamala Harris’ passed away just the day before the second ‘Kamala Harris’ was appointed on the Veep slot, at a time when never has a Veep had a better chance of actually becoming POTUS due to Biden's advanced age.

    What a coincidence. This is truly an immense coincidence.

    This was an Omen of supernatural proportions. It should still not be taken lightly, even two years on. Coincidences of such precision are always omens.

    Replies: @JR Ewing, @Semi-Hemi, @Prester John, @Trinity

    That was Kamala the Ugandan Giant.

    The VP is Kamala the Intellectual Giant.

    Big improvement.

    • Replies: @Thomm
    @JR Ewing


    That was Kamala the Ugandan Giant.

    The VP is Kamala the Intellectual Giant.
     

    Neither individual is a Ugandan or an intellectual.

    But at least the wrestler-entertainer earned an honest living, and did not aspire to a higher station than the one he was in. His colleagues don't seem to have anything negative to say about him.

    But the VPOTUS, on the other hand...... Well, in wrestling parlance, the official terminology would describe VP Kamala Harris as "an even bigger gimmick than the Ugandan giant". More about her is manufactured fiction than the standard level of wrestling kayfabe.

    The wrestler-entertainer died exactly the day before the surge in web searches about the VPOTUS would have had him come up in the search as well, giving him a final round of fame.

    Alas, the Omen required that he die right on the very day before the new 'Kamala Harris' was annointed to signal the end times.

  40. @Somsel
    I'll tell you who was hardest hit.

    Growing up on the Florida Gulf Coast, the only people who would build on the barrier island were "fools and damn Yankees." (But I repeat myself.)

    So who were hit hardest with this hurricane?

    Fools and damn Yankees.

    I have little sympathy.

    Like we say, if you don't want to feel the hoof, don't stand behind the mule.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @epebble

    Yes but, it’s 2021, how do we not have a hurricane-proof house?

    • Replies: @Somsel
    @J.Ross

    Why do we have trailer parks on barrier islands?

    Federal flood insurance maybe?

    LBJ put that in to get the Yankees to pay for the eventual destruction. It's not if, it's when. Local governments get to charge property and sales tax.

    Replies: @Cool Daddy Jimbo

  41. @Loyalty Over IQ Worship
    Mock her all you want but she aligns well with our Failing Elites on Ukraine:

    Harris was asked to explain the conflict ...

    Speaking slowly, Harris began, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe.”

    “It exists next to another country called Russia,” she continued. “Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

     

    Well done, Kamala, well done.

    Replies: @Faraday's Bobcat, @additionalMike, @Currahee

    Mock her all you want but she aligns well with our Failing Elites on Ukraine:

    Harris was asked to explain the conflict …

    Speaking slowly, Harris began, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe.”

    “It exists next to another country called Russia,” she continued. “Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

    Well done, Kamala, well done.

    This didn’t bother me. Harris is trained to dumb things down for juries. Before this was started, I would guess 25% of the public:

    – never heard of Ukraine, let alone could find it on a map
    – thought Russia was fictitious like Mordor
    – thought Vladimir Putin was a WWE “heel”
    – thinks lottery tickets are a great way to invest the $15 you have left after paying for rent, food and weed

    Conservatives used to be good at talking to stupid people (who, after all, can vote), but then they started in on estate tax relief and originalism and other stuff a lot of people don’t understand. They are slowly re-learning that to get people riled up, you for instance show videos of violent crimes. Government approval ratings always go up during a war not because people necessarily buy into the casus belli, but because they can understand fights in a way that they can’t understand other things.

    • Replies: @Loyalty Over IQ Worship
    @Faraday's Bobcat

    Actually, I suspect Kamala Harris is pretty people-smart. There was some video of her talking about the type of people who show up at San Francisco Democratic events and she was more or less making fun of them. Talking about the blue-haired people.

    And she managed to leverage her Lewinsky act with Willie Brown to the Vice Presidency, which is a lot more than Lewinsky did.

    Replies: @bomag

  42. If she went whole hog and actually saw to it whites were denied hurricane relief it would be a victory for the right. But these half measures just allow the envious to feel justified in their animosity while not making things bad enough to unify their opponents in outrage.

  43. In other words, DeSantis did those Venezuelans a favor.

  44. @International Jew
    To be fair, natural disasters do hit blacks the hardest; you said it yourself in one of your post-Katrina articles where you explained the challenge of getting help from strangers in a low-trust society.

    To which I'll add that disasters hit specifically black women hardest. They have to get the kids to safety often without assistance from the dad, who has only himself to worry about and in fact may come out ahead if he does well in the looting phase.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard, @Mike Tre

    Another factor is the lowest value real estate where the poorest people resides tends to be in first areas to flood and the areas that get flooded with max water depth. All plots of land in south Florida are not equally vulnerable and the poorest people get dumped into the worst plots.

    The problem isn’t who deserves the biggest bail-out. The problem is bail-outs as a political principle.

    Also: the biggest bail-outs are going to go every time to the people who know the administrators of the bail-outs. Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have gotten plenty of bail-out dollars I can promise you. Very few of the people reading this think there is anything wrong with the government bailing people out. I am sure that is a border line thought crime.

  45. @Reg Cæsar
    Priyanka Chopra Jonas = Coonskin rajah rap: "Pay!"


    https://media.gq.com/photos/57bc70611890ff5802599857/master/w_1600,c_limit/Priyanka-Chopra-gq-0916-02.jpg

    Replies: @njguy73

    She’s one of the Victoria’s Secret Collective models. The whole marketing push is to be about showcasing diversity.

    Priyanka Chopra Jonas was Miss World 2000.

    Only in the mind of a Victoria’s Secret exec would adding Miss World 2000 be considered a step towards inclusion and diversity.

  46. 1400 men died with the sinking of the Titanic, compared to just over 100 women.

  47. @Thomm
    Remember that past omen of the End Times.

    The pro wrestler from the 80s and 90s, ‘Kamala the Ugandan Giant’, actually had the real last name ‘Harris’.

    James ‘Kamala’ Harris passed away just the DAY before this more recent Kamala Harris became the running mate on the 2020 Democratic ticket.

    Hence, there was an original ‘Kamala Harris’ 30 years ago :

    https://youtu.be/wd_J83Sc3v8

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_(wrestler)

    To think, the first ‘Kamala Harris’ passed away just the day before the second ‘Kamala Harris’ was appointed on the Veep slot, at a time when never has a Veep had a better chance of actually becoming POTUS due to Biden's advanced age.

    What a coincidence. This is truly an immense coincidence.

    This was an Omen of supernatural proportions. It should still not be taken lightly, even two years on. Coincidences of such precision are always omens.

    Replies: @JR Ewing, @Semi-Hemi, @Prester John, @Trinity

    There is a blogger named Chris Knowles at the Secret Sun blog who writes about such things, very smart and interesting fellow.

  48. Harris described how federal relief should be given “based on equity.”

    Perhaps this will lead us to where we should be: NO FEDERAL RELIEF!

    It is unconstitutional. Washington do-gooders giving away other people’s money because it makes them feel good AND gets them votes.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  49. @Mr. Anon
    @Colin Wright


    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?
     
    Harris didn't win a single primary in 2020. In fact, as I recall, she dropped out before most or all of the primaries were even held. She was the darling of the Silicon Valley set, but actual Democratic voters didn't like her at all. Maybe it's that Karen-esque school-marm way of talking she has. She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Colin Wright

    Mr. Anon, that’s all the case, but I believe it was that promise that Joe Biden made to SC Rep- N James Clyburn to pick a black VP candidate (noted a number of times by iSteve) that got this idiot to where she is today. Well, Creepy Joe half-assedly fulfilled that promise, as she’s only half black.

    Oh, and I liked your accurate depiction of the Hildabeast.

  50. The Vice President of the United States is a retard.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Prester John
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Point taken, but in the event that she winds up the demokrat candidate in 2024 do not be surprised if she gets a lot of votes---and I do mean a LOT! Such is the state of things in this once-great republic that is slip-sliding into Third World status.

  51. @International Jew
    To be fair, natural disasters do hit blacks the hardest; you said it yourself in one of your post-Katrina articles where you explained the challenge of getting help from strangers in a low-trust society.

    To which I'll add that disasters hit specifically black women hardest. They have to get the kids to safety often without assistance from the dad, who has only himself to worry about and in fact may come out ahead if he does well in the looting phase.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard, @Mike Tre

    “To be fair, natural disasters do hit blacks the hardest;”

    This might (key word: might) only be true in the sense that blacks do nothing to prepare for predictable weather events in the short or long term. That’s on them.

    And other than hurricanes -that give people days notice to vacate, BTW – what natural disasters hit blacks harder?

    Earthquakes? Southern California is 5% black. Nope.

    Blizzards? More of them hit the northern Midwest, plains, and Rocky Mountain regions where relatively few blacks live. Their frequency and impact are underreported because it’s flyover country so who gives a shit.

    Tornadoes? These seem to wreak havoc in rural Midwest/plains towns the most, which are mostly white.

    Flash floods? Mudslides/Avalanches? Just based on their total population that’s doubtful.

  52. @Tracy
    Poor women. We've got it so bad. Remember: "Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat." -- Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    Replies: @Polistra, @Mr. Anon, @Bill Jones, @Observator, @Achmed E. Newman, @Malcolm X-Lax

    Thanks. I remembered this one too, Tracy. The poor women, stuck at home baking cookies.

    The Hildabeast got pregnant no more, put her shoes on, got out of the kitchen, and accomplished her crowning achievement by having Khadaphee killed and cackling “we came, we saw, he died.”

    • Replies: @Prester John
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Speaking of Madame, forget about the emails, I'm still trying to figure out how she made $100K on cattle futures! Lol.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  53. “And women,”

    And gays. And lesbians. And bisexuals. And metrosexuals. And transexuals. Why, the list is endless!

  54. @Polistra
    @Tracy

    That reminds me. Did she really say this?


    https://i.ibb.co/SRY2qvV/eea91d35dbc35b2c3543cd8419ce61df42740d24-14.jpg

    I guess she did. Almost Kamala-esque. Almost majestic.

    Replies: @ic1000

    > Did [Hillary Clinton] really say this?

    In favor of the quote being real, Snopes debunked it. However, I couldn’t find an actual attribution.

    Snopes has a reputation of being right twice a day. This could be one of those times.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @ic1000

    Snopes is no longer just full of it now. It is a site that purposefully disseminates disinformation. I remember the Hildabeast saying this.


    (Haha, I made the typo "Hiladbeast", and spell-check corrected me! It's learning ...)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Polistra
    @ic1000

    Thanks. I'm sort of agnostic and indifferent to it for the most part, but I have to agree with you that if snopes thinks it's fake then its probably real, and what's more it does sound like her. Hmm.

  55. @Thomm
    Remember that past omen of the End Times.

    The pro wrestler from the 80s and 90s, ‘Kamala the Ugandan Giant’, actually had the real last name ‘Harris’.

    James ‘Kamala’ Harris passed away just the DAY before this more recent Kamala Harris became the running mate on the 2020 Democratic ticket.

    Hence, there was an original ‘Kamala Harris’ 30 years ago :

    https://youtu.be/wd_J83Sc3v8

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_(wrestler)

    To think, the first ‘Kamala Harris’ passed away just the day before the second ‘Kamala Harris’ was appointed on the Veep slot, at a time when never has a Veep had a better chance of actually becoming POTUS due to Biden's advanced age.

    What a coincidence. This is truly an immense coincidence.

    This was an Omen of supernatural proportions. It should still not be taken lightly, even two years on. Coincidences of such precision are always omens.

    Replies: @JR Ewing, @Semi-Hemi, @Prester John, @Trinity

    Whom the gods punish, they first make mad.

  56. @Loyalty Over IQ Worship
    Mock her all you want but she aligns well with our Failing Elites on Ukraine:

    Harris was asked to explain the conflict ...

    Speaking slowly, Harris began, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe.”

    “It exists next to another country called Russia,” she continued. “Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

     

    Well done, Kamala, well done.

    Replies: @Faraday's Bobcat, @additionalMike, @Currahee

    OK, so a 4th-grade understanding of the geopolitical situation.
    She makes Joe Biden look like Henry Kissinger.

  57. One of the reasons rich people (the 10% as well as the 1%) don’t make relatively small efforts to pay far lower taxes is that there is a social stigma to making visible changes to avoid taxes. There are complex reasons for this, but partially this is because “People like me may need the government someday” and disaster relief is one of those areas, and it’s a tiny part of government expenditure.

    If disaster relief visibly discriminates against people on wealth or ethnicity (no matter what the actual performance) then that social stigma lessens. In the UK the Labour Party after Blair whatever its other faults got that, although it managed to pick some silly fights on it, and resisted cutbacks where relatively wealthy people are carved out – as they may become detached from the welfare state. Actually trying to carve out the wealthy, or specific identity groups, is going to shrink the tax base.

  58. @Thomm
    Remember that past omen of the End Times.

    The pro wrestler from the 80s and 90s, ‘Kamala the Ugandan Giant’, actually had the real last name ‘Harris’.

    James ‘Kamala’ Harris passed away just the DAY before this more recent Kamala Harris became the running mate on the 2020 Democratic ticket.

    Hence, there was an original ‘Kamala Harris’ 30 years ago :

    https://youtu.be/wd_J83Sc3v8

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_(wrestler)

    To think, the first ‘Kamala Harris’ passed away just the day before the second ‘Kamala Harris’ was appointed on the Veep slot, at a time when never has a Veep had a better chance of actually becoming POTUS due to Biden's advanced age.

    What a coincidence. This is truly an immense coincidence.

    This was an Omen of supernatural proportions. It should still not be taken lightly, even two years on. Coincidences of such precision are always omens.

    Replies: @JR Ewing, @Semi-Hemi, @Prester John, @Trinity

    Lol. Troof, ahem, I mean Thomm, how the hell are you, Old Sport?

    Kamala was hilarious. RIP Big Guy.

    I heard Abdullah the Butcher was really from Canada, and he has/had a restaurant in Atlanta. Is Abdullah still alive?

  59. @anonymous
    Deacon Jones doesn't forget to include women:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm2l0pxYw-4

    Replies: @Prester John, @Paul Jolliffe

    He and Merlin Olsen were like a wall. Back in the day nobody even bothered to try running plays to the right.

  60. @ic1000
    @Polistra

    > Did [Hillary Clinton] really say this?

    In favor of the quote being real, Snopes debunked it. However, I couldn't find an actual attribution.

    Snopes has a reputation of being right twice a day. This could be one of those times.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Polistra

    Snopes is no longer just full of it now. It is a site that purposefully disseminates disinformation. I remember the Hildabeast saying this.

    (Haha, I made the typo “Hiladbeast”, and spell-check corrected me! It’s learning …)

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Haha, I made the typo “Hiladbeast”...
     
    She's a g-nu:





    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cGVdCGxh1IY

    The original:


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j53z6RfFb7U
  61. stillCARealist [AKA "ForeverCARealist"] says:
    @Achmed E. Newman
    Steve, you're a couple of terms behind here, I hate to tell you. It's not been Climate Change since the teens. There was no name for it in '20 and part 0f '21, since nobody cared due to Black Death 2.0. Since then, it's been The Climate Crisis™. That was alliterative, which is nice, but I saw a few days ago that yahoo has come up with something even better and hyperalliterative, Climate Calamity!™.

    That's WTF we're dealing with now, people, a Climate Calamity!™ You don't make mathematical models, as their forecasts don't always pan out. It's like tryin' to reason with hurricane season.

    BTW, what Newsweek was most worried about in their article about the damage from Hurricane Ian across SW and central Florida, was Cuban refugees lost at sea. First, they fled from Fidel, then Raul, now it's from Ian - except they fled DURING A HURRICANE! They are not sending their best and brightest.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6qzeHSq7bk

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Hypnotoad666

    Good catch, AN.

    What I read now is Technogenic Climate Change. Frankly, I’m not sure what it means, and I doubt anybody else does either. But “technogenic” does sound pretty cool. You could probably put “techno” in front of any old word and it would impress people. Technocurrency, technobanking, technoartistry, technophony, technopugilism…

    Let’s see how long it takes before we get White Supremacist Technogenic Climate Crisis.

  62. @International Jew
    @John Johnson

    She went to Howard.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Her sister more closely matches her parents’ IQ (they had very intelligent parents). Kamala understood that she had regressed to the mean and decided it was better to be a big fish in a small pond and undertook the career path of becoming a Professional Negro despite growing up in Montreal with little if anything in common with ADOS blacks (she even owes her coloration more to her dark skinned S. Asian mom than to her “African” side). I can’t say that this was a bad decision for her.

    • Replies: @epebble
    @Jack D

    Her "High IQ" sister, Maya, is a lawyer. "Low IQ" sister is Vice President of U.S. All it takes is Biden to slip on his shoelace or choke on his breakfast tomorrow for Kamala to be the POTUS.

  63. @Zero Philosopher
    Steve Sailer:

    "After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something."

    I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength. And that, because of that, they are "hit harder" than men during natural disasters on an economic and practical sense, and not geographically. You need to learn how to read between the lines. You are extremely literal minded.

    Kamala Harris is an idiot, but you *really* need to drop the passive-aggressive snarky tone that you use to reply to almost every post, and to everyone. It is very, very annoying, and most people hate you for it. It would be kinda ok if you were actually funny or witty, but you are not. The fact that you actually think that your sarcastic sense is good or witty makes it even more annoying. This is not the way that a 60+ year-old man should be communicating online. You read more like a teenager trying to be edgy than tne old-ass man that you are.

    I have cringe tears laughing, reading the mechanical and predictible snarky comments and replies that you make. Not because they are funny, but because of how wholly unwitty they are, and how much they seem rehearsed.

    Replies: @G. Poulin, @Jack D, @ejdjj, @Hypnotoad666

    “I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength.”

    Don’t put words in her mouth and make her seem more intelligent than she really is. “What she REALLY meant to say was…..”

    Kamala would NEVER endorse the idea that women are physically weaker than men. Women are kick ass strong in Leftist mythology. Of course there is no consistency – women are both stronger and weaker as the ideological context may require.

    Remember BTW that Harris started out talking mainly about “communities of color” as the people who should get extra gibs and Chopra was the one who reminded her that women should also be eligible for gibs. Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense.

    Don’t people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jack D


    Don’t people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?
     
    No, they don’t. Losing everything you have is a greater loss than losing 50 percent of what you have.

    Replies: @Up2Drew

    , @ejdjj
    @Jack D

    Oh gawd, a wealthy lawyer who spends his time miscommunicating with anti-semites is literally the only person who could have messed up a response to that literal zero.

    Ya see Jack, pipo who have a lot of things presumably have a lot left over even after they've lost a lot. Let's get you a cellmate who can explain it to you.

    It's one thing when poor whites are afraid of black pipo, but coming from a rich immoral lawyerman who nonetheless can't convince an eskimo to accept a free heater it's especially cringe.

    , @Zero Philosopher
    @Jack D

    Jack D:

    "Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense."

    Don't put words into my mouth, dumbo. I never said that women or anyone should receive government aid based on their economic situation or sex. What I said was just an alternative explanation of what *she* was trying to convey.

    Also, yes, the indigent are obviously "struke" much harder during natural disasters than the rich for obvious reasons. I put that words between quotes because I am not using it literally. They are struke harder in the sense that they are far more likely to die due to:

    1. Living in more poorly made homes with inferior engineering.
    2. Having less ability and means to move out compared to people with more economic resources.
    3. Having less access to medical care, which makes them more likely to die from the injuries sustained during the tragedy. If you get clobbered by a 300 lbs metal object hitting you at 50mp/h during a huricane, and one of your ribs snaps and pierces your lung, you are far more likely to die from internal bleeding compared to some rich Broker guy that has "extra deluxe V.I.P 5 stars+" medical insurance.

    Don't be so literal minded.

    Replies: @AceDeuce

  64. Chopra interjected, “And women,” to which Harris replied, “Absolutely.”

    When progressives speak of women in contexts such as this, they are referring specifically to unmarried women, usually with a bunch of kids they can’t take care of without government assistance.

  65. So it was pretty ̷d̷u̷m̷b̷ typical of the Veep to recycle her equity talking points during the current hurricane.

    FIFY

  66. @John Johnson
    @Colin Wright

    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?

    She won't win the primary. They know she is a walking failure. The MSM actually avoids doing interviews with her. Just watch the "did you go to the border?" video.

    But all it takes is for Biden to take a tumble and this idiot becomes president.

    I honestly don't buy her academic record. We know she gave BJs to move ahead in SF politics but I really wonder if she literally blew her away through college.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Anon, @SMK

    Harris doesn’t seem to understand whites will not forget her remarks. The white Democratic party elites have seen enough of her and understand they need a different candidate by now.

  67. This is why you never vote for a non-White. Ever. And especially never, EVER. EVER vote for any negro for anything.

    And, with case by case, vanishingly rare exceptions, never vote for a woman.

  68. @Achmed E. Newman
    @ic1000

    Snopes is no longer just full of it now. It is a site that purposefully disseminates disinformation. I remember the Hildabeast saying this.


    (Haha, I made the typo "Hiladbeast", and spell-check corrected me! It's learning ...)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Haha, I made the typo “Hiladbeast”…

    She’s a g-nu:

    [MORE]

    The original:

    • Thanks: kaganovitch
  69. Speaking to actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas at the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum on Friday, Harris claimed that people of color and low-income communities are most affected by natural disasters such as Hurricane Ian. Because of this, Harris described how federal relief should be given “based on equity.”

    Mrs. Chopra Jonas does not appear to be a U.S. Citizen. Why is she present at a “Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum?” Which constituency is this Forum supposed to represent?

    From Chopra Jonas’s wikipedia page:

    In an article published in January 2015, she expressed her views on diversity and being a global citizen.

    She should return to her home of “globe” and stay out of U.S. political affairs.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    Indeed.


    Priyanka Chopra talks about how she doesn't vote in US but Nick Jonas 'can and one day, my daughter will'.
     
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CjMDj7TDp4Y/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

    Googling her home page, I see she hosted some "Global Citizen" festival in NYC's Central Park just a week before the interview.

    Who are these people?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiyU2N6d-DM

  70. @Jack D
    @Zero Philosopher

    "I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength."

    Don't put words in her mouth and make her seem more intelligent than she really is. "What she REALLY meant to say was....."

    Kamala would NEVER endorse the idea that women are physically weaker than men. Women are kick ass strong in Leftist mythology. Of course there is no consistency - women are both stronger and weaker as the ideological context may require.

    Remember BTW that Harris started out talking mainly about "communities of color" as the people who should get extra gibs and Chopra was the one who reminded her that women should also be eligible for gibs. Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense.

    Don't people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?

    Replies: @Anonymous, @ejdjj, @Zero Philosopher

    Don’t people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?

    No, they don’t. Losing everything you have is a greater loss than losing 50 percent of what you have.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Up2Drew
    @Anonymous

    Periodically I worked at places that had a bad fiscal year followed by cancellation of bonuses or salary cuts. And I would love it when some VP would stand in front of us, announce the bad news, and say something to the effect of: "We know this is hard. Don't forget, this affects us all. We're in this together."

    And I'd think: Uh, yeah. But your bonus was earmarked for the purchase of a third home or that Mercedes convertible you've been eyeballing. And I'm trying to figure out where I'm gonna get next year's tuition for my kid's college, or pay for that new roof.

  71. @Zero Philosopher
    Steve Sailer:

    "After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something."

    I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength. And that, because of that, they are "hit harder" than men during natural disasters on an economic and practical sense, and not geographically. You need to learn how to read between the lines. You are extremely literal minded.

    Kamala Harris is an idiot, but you *really* need to drop the passive-aggressive snarky tone that you use to reply to almost every post, and to everyone. It is very, very annoying, and most people hate you for it. It would be kinda ok if you were actually funny or witty, but you are not. The fact that you actually think that your sarcastic sense is good or witty makes it even more annoying. This is not the way that a 60+ year-old man should be communicating online. You read more like a teenager trying to be edgy than tne old-ass man that you are.

    I have cringe tears laughing, reading the mechanical and predictible snarky comments and replies that you make. Not because they are funny, but because of how wholly unwitty they are, and how much they seem rehearsed.

    Replies: @G. Poulin, @Jack D, @ejdjj, @Hypnotoad666

    Has somebody got her granny panties in a bunch?

    Ew lady. Just ew.

    Go away and read something gay and authoritarian. That’s more your speed.

    Ew.

    • Replies: @Zero Philosopher
    @ejdjj

    Are you speaking from personal experience here? You seem like the kind of guy that would actually put on panties and stare at yourself in the mirror in admiring fashion, and then get aroused by it. Really disurbing. Or maybe you just a crush on Steve Sailer, and would defend him like a woman in love and loves his corny jokes.

  72. @Jack D
    @Zero Philosopher

    "I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength."

    Don't put words in her mouth and make her seem more intelligent than she really is. "What she REALLY meant to say was....."

    Kamala would NEVER endorse the idea that women are physically weaker than men. Women are kick ass strong in Leftist mythology. Of course there is no consistency - women are both stronger and weaker as the ideological context may require.

    Remember BTW that Harris started out talking mainly about "communities of color" as the people who should get extra gibs and Chopra was the one who reminded her that women should also be eligible for gibs. Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense.

    Don't people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?

    Replies: @Anonymous, @ejdjj, @Zero Philosopher

    Oh gawd, a wealthy lawyer who spends his time miscommunicating with anti-semites is literally the only person who could have messed up a response to that literal zero.

    Ya see Jack, pipo who have a lot of things presumably have a lot left over even after they’ve lost a lot. Let’s get you a cellmate who can explain it to you.

    It’s one thing when poor whites are afraid of black pipo, but coming from a rich immoral lawyerman who nonetheless can’t convince an eskimo to accept a free heater it’s especially cringe.

  73. @Mr. Anon
    @Colin Wright


    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?
     
    Harris didn't win a single primary in 2020. In fact, as I recall, she dropped out before most or all of the primaries were even held. She was the darling of the Silicon Valley set, but actual Democratic voters didn't like her at all. Maybe it's that Karen-esque school-marm way of talking she has. She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Colin Wright

    ‘She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.’

    She is also — unlike Hillary Clinton — intensely stupid.

    That struck me while watching that clip of her making that North Korea gaffe. Gaffe aside, she was barely able to remember her little set speech — much less comprehend the meaning of what she was saying. It was like watching a five year old say the ‘pledgallegiance.’ She’s just way, way out of her depth.

    • Agree: Wielgus
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Colin Wright


    She is also — unlike Hillary Clinton — intensely stupid.
     
    Hillary Clinton isn't all that bright either - certainly not as smart as she or her fawning supporters think she is. But, you are right, Harris is a lot dumber. She is really a dim bulb.
    , @Muggles
    @Colin Wright


    That struck me while watching that clip of her making that North Korea gaffe. Gaffe aside, she was barely able to remember her little set speech — much less comprehend the meaning of what she was saying. It was like watching a five year old say the ‘pledgallegiance.’ She’s just way, way out of her depth.
     
    My theory is that most of the time she's popping THC gummies to get through her day.

    Which is why she makes such confusing "mistakes" and rarely strings together two coherent and similar sentences on topic.

    Giggles at everything.

    Just watch her and see if I'm wrong about this...

    Replies: @Ralph L

  74. In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP. Our culture currently works overtime to promote the idea that black women are hyper competent and essential parts of our society that deserve to be elevated above all others into important roles.

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    • Agree: AnotherDad
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Arclight

    'Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. '

    Ironically, she's not particularly black. I make her father as about a quarter black, and of course her mother as not black at all. So she's half Indian, 3/8's white, and 1/8th black. One could argue for a quarter black -- but no more than that.

    Then too, she was raised by her mother -- and mostly in non-black Montreal, if I recall aright. So awful as she is, and awful as blacks are, is it really fair to blame her on blacks?

    I mean come on. Calling her 'black' is about as reasonable as calling me a 'Viking' on the grounds that one of my ancestors emigrated from Denmark in 1864.

    Replies: @Arclight

    , @Polistra
    @Arclight


    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.
     
    FWIW, the women I know (educated and intelligent) absolutely adore her, even though they are clearly more intelligent than she is. It doesn't matter. They're women and identity politics is just about everything.
    , @John Johnson
    @Arclight

    In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP.

    Kamala is not a blessing in disguise. If Biden falls off Airforce One this idiot becomes Commander and Chief.

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore.

    Yes and that has already happened numerous times. The MSM and Democrats will pretend she never existed just like Kwame Kilpatrick and Jesse Jackson Jr.

    In fact the MSM may even endorse a New Super Duper Blackish Woman while Kamala is still in office. Why not? It isn't as if they are at all principled in the first place.

    Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    No they will just tell themselves that the process somehow failed and this is a one-off.

    The left will never accept a meritocratic system. They have long moved away from talking about "equal opportunity" because they no longer believe it will achieve the desired result. That is why they use term equity. Outcomes matter.

    Replies: @EdwardM

  75. @Loyalty Over IQ Worship
    Mock her all you want but she aligns well with our Failing Elites on Ukraine:

    Harris was asked to explain the conflict ...

    Speaking slowly, Harris began, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe.”

    “It exists next to another country called Russia,” she continued. “Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

     

    Well done, Kamala, well done.

    Replies: @Faraday's Bobcat, @additionalMike, @Currahee

    Back in 2019, when she fell on her face in Iowa (Willie Brown told he not to run), the Democrats dismissed her, the “inside baseball” was that she was surprisingly stupid.

  76. @Colin Wright
    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except...

    what if she won?

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Mr. Anon, @Currahee, @Hannah Katz

    They won’t have to do that: in 2023, to no one’s surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Currahee

    They won’t have to do that: in 2023, to no one’s surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Well he wasn't supposed to run in the last election. The MSM only endorsed him after it came down to him and Bernie.

    Newsom said he changed his mind and isn't going to run.

    Could be another case of the last man standing.

    Terrible of course but the Democrats don't have anyone at the moment.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    She couldn't even take her state in the first primary.

    Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Colin Wright, @Prester John

  77. @Anonymous
    Is there any reason why they have her, at a D.C. pantsuit thing originated by Hillary & Tipper, chatting with a Bollywood airhead actress-- isn't that a bit on-the-nose even for 2022 standards? What, Lizzo wasn't available?

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Currahee

    Bollywood big plans didn’t work out much did they?

  78. @Arclight
    In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP. Our culture currently works overtime to promote the idea that black women are hyper competent and essential parts of our society that deserve to be elevated above all others into important roles.

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she's basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Polistra, @John Johnson

    ‘Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. ‘

    Ironically, she’s not particularly black. I make her father as about a quarter black, and of course her mother as not black at all. So she’s half Indian, 3/8’s white, and 1/8th black. One could argue for a quarter black — but no more than that.

    Then too, she was raised by her mother — and mostly in non-black Montreal, if I recall aright. So awful as she is, and awful as blacks are, is it really fair to blame her on blacks?

    I mean come on. Calling her ‘black’ is about as reasonable as calling me a ‘Viking’ on the grounds that one of my ancestors emigrated from Denmark in 1864.

    • Replies: @Arclight
    @Colin Wright

    True, she is not really very black and not in the way from a historical perspective most American blacks are and the same was true of Obama. In a way it's a funny but unintentional indictment of a key part of the Dems base by the Dems themselves that after all these years they cannot field an ADOS candidate capable of winning a statewide office or plausibly run for president.

    A more introspective political elite would ask itself why it is that ADOS black Dems cannot attract constituencies big enough to get beyond House seats and mayoralties and realize the problem is not the broader public but the politics most important to black Dems that turn people off. For the moment they have enough cuck white lefties that are willing to impose those policies to achieve the same end, but eventually the tide on that will go out because of the political realities of our changing demographics. The recriminations in the media are going to be pretty unbearable when blacks are formally relegated to being 3rd bananas or worse in the coalition of the fringes after decades of being placed on a pedestal because it will be blamed on whites and systemic racism of course - far easier than admitting that their own party spelled their political doom with immigration, coupled with their own inability to get on top of their cultural problems and obsession with politics that demand society go easy on the consequences of failure that everyone else got sick of.

  79. If she hadn’t been able to leverage her minute amount of blackness, she’d be a vice-principal of a high school or something.

  80. asteroid wipes out earth. minorities, women, and especially minority women most impacted.

  81. @ic1000
    @Polistra

    > Did [Hillary Clinton] really say this?

    In favor of the quote being real, Snopes debunked it. However, I couldn't find an actual attribution.

    Snopes has a reputation of being right twice a day. This could be one of those times.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Polistra

    Thanks. I’m sort of agnostic and indifferent to it for the most part, but I have to agree with you that if snopes thinks it’s fake then its probably real, and what’s more it does sound like her. Hmm.

  82. But hurricanes tend to mess up people who live along the beach or marinas the most, who tend to be more affluent. So it was pretty dumb of the Veep to recycle her equity talking points during the current hurricane.

    Steve, this is some sort of pale-penis-people point.

    We live in an America where immivaders jumping the border are “who we are”, the “real Americans”.

    You’re still trying to do slice and dice pale male logic at a level that’s four or five orders of magnitude above our politics now. (And to be fair, when a big hurricane rolls in–like this one–it has enough oomph to be tearing up and flooding the average working class joes inland.)

  83. @Arclight
    In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP. Our culture currently works overtime to promote the idea that black women are hyper competent and essential parts of our society that deserve to be elevated above all others into important roles.

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she's basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Polistra, @John Johnson

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    FWIW, the women I know (educated and intelligent) absolutely adore her, even though they are clearly more intelligent than she is. It doesn’t matter. They’re women and identity politics is just about everything.

  84. @Arclight
    In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP. Our culture currently works overtime to promote the idea that black women are hyper competent and essential parts of our society that deserve to be elevated above all others into important roles.

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she's basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Polistra, @John Johnson

    In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP.

    Kamala is not a blessing in disguise. If Biden falls off Airforce One this idiot becomes Commander and Chief.

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore.

    Yes and that has already happened numerous times. The MSM and Democrats will pretend she never existed just like Kwame Kilpatrick and Jesse Jackson Jr.

    In fact the MSM may even endorse a New Super Duper Blackish Woman while Kamala is still in office. Why not? It isn’t as if they are at all principled in the first place.

    Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    No they will just tell themselves that the process somehow failed and this is a one-off.

    The left will never accept a meritocratic system. They have long moved away from talking about “equal opportunity” because they no longer believe it will achieve the desired result. That is why they use term equity. Outcomes matter.

    • Replies: @EdwardM
    @John Johnson


    In fact the MSM may even endorse a New Super Duper Blackish Woman while Kamala is still in office.
     
    They would almost have to. The only way they could throw Harris under the bus without being heinously RACIST would be to replace her in-kind.

    Be very afraid if Stacy Abrams “pulls off” a victory in GA.

  85. @Tracy
    Poor women. We've got it so bad. Remember: "Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat." -- Hillary Clinton gave, in 1998, at a conference on domestic violence in El Salvador

    Replies: @Polistra, @Mr. Anon, @Bill Jones, @Observator, @Achmed E. Newman, @Malcolm X-Lax

    It’s hard to believe she (even she) said that.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    It's in the official archive of her speeches as First Lady.

    https://clintonwhitehouse3.archives.gov/WH/EOP/First_Lady/html/generalspeeches/1998/19981117.html

  86. @Colin Wright
    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except...

    what if she won?

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Mr. Anon, @Currahee, @Hannah Katz

    Kami (pronounced Commie) is not the sharpest knife in the drawer, and everyone knows it except her.

  87. @Currahee
    @Colin Wright

    They won't have to do that: in 2023, to no one's surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    They won’t have to do that: in 2023, to no one’s surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Well he wasn’t supposed to run in the last election. The MSM only endorsed him after it came down to him and Bernie.

    Newsom said he changed his mind and isn’t going to run.

    Could be another case of the last man standing.

    Terrible of course but the Democrats don’t have anyone at the moment.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    She couldn’t even take her state in the first primary.

    Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.

    • Replies: @Ralph L
    @John Johnson

    Newsom said he changed his mind and isn’t going to run.

    He figures 2024 will be another bad year for the economy and Democrats. Bet he runs in 2028 if California hasn't sunk into the sea.

    , @Colin Wright
    @John Johnson

    'Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.'

    I don't think Joe had anything to do with it. The machers needed someone 'of color' who was from the left wing of the party -- but it had to be someone who had repeatedly advertised their unconditional love for Israel.

    That boiled down to Kamala Harris. Booker had blown it when he was pictured grinning like the idiot he is and holding up one end of that <i'from Texas (or whatever) to Palestine, all the walls must come down'
    banner. I knew he was dead when I saw that.

    Harris, on the other hand, had taken care to be the only 'progressive' to address AIPAC, and had told stories about collecting money in a can for Israel as a little girl that however ridiculous, certainly served to indicate her willingness to say she loved Israel the bestest.

    She was in. This is how our leaders are chosen these days.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    , @Prester John
    @John Johnson

    At this point in his career Biden may have become a dope but I'm not sure about the "White guilt ridden" bit. He was (and is) a hack, a used car salesman with a law degree who was in thrall to the credit card companies who bankrolled his career. Though he is slowly becoming addle-brained he still knows enough to hew the party line, and the party line is far-Left. Like the Clintons he says whatever is necessary to remain in office.

  88. @John Johnson
    @Currahee

    They won’t have to do that: in 2023, to no one’s surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Well he wasn't supposed to run in the last election. The MSM only endorsed him after it came down to him and Bernie.

    Newsom said he changed his mind and isn't going to run.

    Could be another case of the last man standing.

    Terrible of course but the Democrats don't have anyone at the moment.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    She couldn't even take her state in the first primary.

    Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Colin Wright, @Prester John

    Newsom said he changed his mind and isn’t going to run.

    He figures 2024 will be another bad year for the economy and Democrats. Bet he runs in 2028 if California hasn’t sunk into the sea.

  89. @Colin Wright
    @Mr. Anon

    'She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.'

    She is also -- unlike Hillary Clinton -- intensely stupid.

    That struck me while watching that clip of her making that North Korea gaffe. Gaffe aside, she was barely able to remember her little set speech -- much less comprehend the meaning of what she was saying. It was like watching a five year old say the 'pledgallegiance.' She's just way, way out of her depth.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Muggles

    She is also — unlike Hillary Clinton — intensely stupid.

    Hillary Clinton isn’t all that bright either – certainly not as smart as she or her fawning supporters think she is. But, you are right, Harris is a lot dumber. She is really a dim bulb.

  90. @ejdjj
    @Zero Philosopher

    Has somebody got her granny panties in a bunch?

    Ew lady. Just ew.

    Go away and read something gay and authoritarian. That's more your speed.

    Ew.

    Replies: @Zero Philosopher

    Are you speaking from personal experience here? You seem like the kind of guy that would actually put on panties and stare at yourself in the mirror in admiring fashion, and then get aroused by it. Really disurbing. Or maybe you just a crush on Steve Sailer, and would defend him like a woman in love and loves his corny jokes.

  91. @John Johnson
    @Currahee

    They won’t have to do that: in 2023, to no one’s surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Well he wasn't supposed to run in the last election. The MSM only endorsed him after it came down to him and Bernie.

    Newsom said he changed his mind and isn't going to run.

    Could be another case of the last man standing.

    Terrible of course but the Democrats don't have anyone at the moment.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    She couldn't even take her state in the first primary.

    Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Colin Wright, @Prester John

    ‘Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.’

    I don’t think Joe had anything to do with it. The machers needed someone ‘of color’ who was from the left wing of the party — but it had to be someone who had repeatedly advertised their unconditional love for Israel.

    That boiled down to Kamala Harris. Booker had blown it when he was pictured grinning like the idiot he is and holding up one end of that <i'from Texas (or whatever) to Palestine, all the walls must come down' banner. I knew he was dead when I saw that.

    Harris, on the other hand, had taken care to be the only ‘progressive’ to address AIPAC, and had told stories about collecting money in a can for Israel as a little girl that however ridiculous, certainly served to indicate her willingness to say she loved Israel the bestest.

    She was in. This is how our leaders are chosen these days.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Colin Wright

    Biden had everything to do with it.

    If he owned his balls he could have said I'll pick my own f-cking VP or you can go with Bernie.

    This is the guy that said a Black man invented the light bulb.

    If the DNC told him that his VP was snoop dog he would say THATS GREAT MAN I REALLY LIKE HIS STUFF. AN ALL AROUND GREAT ATHLETE.

  92. In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP. Our culture currently works overtime to promote the idea that black women are hyper competent and essential parts of our society that deserve to be elevated above all others into important roles.

    I think you’re spot on here Arclight.

    I hate Kamala dirtying up America as much as the next guy. But our politics tends to work off “known bad”.

    The 68 disorder allowed Nixon to squeak in with his “Great Silent Majority.” Carter’s failures paved the way for Reagan. Who unfortunately was only interested in the Cold War and paved the way for the execrable Bush family. W’s wars and mortgages-for-minorities meltdown tarred the Republicans probably for a generation.

    A Kamala presidency as embarrassing and painful as that would be to an American, may well be what’s required to shake the white normies out of their slumber. She doesn’t operate at the smart Jewish guy–the Stephen J. Gould or even Krugman level of bafflegab. She’ll vomits out half-witted minoritarianism in all its toxic, anti-white parasitic glory.

    Kamala is the embodiment of the physical, mental and spiritual ugliness of minoritarianism. If she can’t wake normies up …

  93. @Colin Wright
    @Mr. Anon

    'She has even less charm and charisma than Hillary Clinton. who herself is about as charming as a case of shingles.'

    She is also -- unlike Hillary Clinton -- intensely stupid.

    That struck me while watching that clip of her making that North Korea gaffe. Gaffe aside, she was barely able to remember her little set speech -- much less comprehend the meaning of what she was saying. It was like watching a five year old say the 'pledgallegiance.' She's just way, way out of her depth.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Muggles

    That struck me while watching that clip of her making that North Korea gaffe. Gaffe aside, she was barely able to remember her little set speech — much less comprehend the meaning of what she was saying. It was like watching a five year old say the ‘pledgallegiance.’ She’s just way, way out of her depth.

    My theory is that most of the time she’s popping THC gummies to get through her day.

    Which is why she makes such confusing “mistakes” and rarely strings together two coherent and similar sentences on topic.

    Giggles at everything.

    Just watch her and see if I’m wrong about this…

    • Replies: @Ralph L
    @Muggles

    Giggles at everything.

    For those who don't know, that's a symptom of long term frequent pot use.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

  94. @Colin Wright
    @Arclight

    'Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore. '

    Ironically, she's not particularly black. I make her father as about a quarter black, and of course her mother as not black at all. So she's half Indian, 3/8's white, and 1/8th black. One could argue for a quarter black -- but no more than that.

    Then too, she was raised by her mother -- and mostly in non-black Montreal, if I recall aright. So awful as she is, and awful as blacks are, is it really fair to blame her on blacks?

    I mean come on. Calling her 'black' is about as reasonable as calling me a 'Viking' on the grounds that one of my ancestors emigrated from Denmark in 1864.

    Replies: @Arclight

    True, she is not really very black and not in the way from a historical perspective most American blacks are and the same was true of Obama. In a way it’s a funny but unintentional indictment of a key part of the Dems base by the Dems themselves that after all these years they cannot field an ADOS candidate capable of winning a statewide office or plausibly run for president.

    A more introspective political elite would ask itself why it is that ADOS black Dems cannot attract constituencies big enough to get beyond House seats and mayoralties and realize the problem is not the broader public but the politics most important to black Dems that turn people off. For the moment they have enough cuck white lefties that are willing to impose those policies to achieve the same end, but eventually the tide on that will go out because of the political realities of our changing demographics. The recriminations in the media are going to be pretty unbearable when blacks are formally relegated to being 3rd bananas or worse in the coalition of the fringes after decades of being placed on a pedestal because it will be blamed on whites and systemic racism of course – far easier than admitting that their own party spelled their political doom with immigration, coupled with their own inability to get on top of their cultural problems and obsession with politics that demand society go easy on the consequences of failure that everyone else got sick of.

    • Agree: Prester John
  95. I will set-aside Kamala’s base-pandering equity/feminism remarks, to make a larger point: Her general skillset required for the VP job could have been ameliorated by training. But I’ll bet she didn’t give a damn, and never spent 5 minutes trying, despite the deficiencies having become painfully obvious. Retired instructors from Officers Candidate School programs could have been confidentially put to work, to instill skills of gravitas and leadership. Any realistic, open-minded, non-uppity person lacking the required skillset, and suddenly finding himself the faltering VP, would have said uh-oh, and done something like this.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @SafeNow

    Besides being stupid, KH is also lazy. Every time one of her staff quits, there are reports of what a terrible boss she is. She doesn't read the briefing papers her staff prepares, it looks like she never goes over her speeches before hand, etc., then she blames her staff when she screws up.

  96. @Muggles
    @Colin Wright


    That struck me while watching that clip of her making that North Korea gaffe. Gaffe aside, she was barely able to remember her little set speech — much less comprehend the meaning of what she was saying. It was like watching a five year old say the ‘pledgallegiance.’ She’s just way, way out of her depth.
     
    My theory is that most of the time she's popping THC gummies to get through her day.

    Which is why she makes such confusing "mistakes" and rarely strings together two coherent and similar sentences on topic.

    Giggles at everything.

    Just watch her and see if I'm wrong about this...

    Replies: @Ralph L

    Giggles at everything.

    For those who don’t know, that’s a symptom of long term frequent pot use.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Ralph L

    that’s a symptom of long term frequent pot use.

    Is that why Curtis Yarvin laughs out loud at every other sentence he stammers his way through?

  97. @SafeNow
    I will set-aside Kamala’s base-pandering equity/feminism remarks, to make a larger point: Her general skillset required for the VP job could have been ameliorated by training. But I’ll bet she didn’t give a damn, and never spent 5 minutes trying, despite the deficiencies having become painfully obvious. Retired instructors from Officers Candidate School programs could have been confidentially put to work, to instill skills of gravitas and leadership. Any realistic, open-minded, non-uppity person lacking the required skillset, and suddenly finding himself the faltering VP, would have said uh-oh, and done something like this.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Besides being stupid, KH is also lazy. Every time one of her staff quits, there are reports of what a terrible boss she is. She doesn’t read the briefing papers her staff prepares, it looks like she never goes over her speeches before hand, etc., then she blames her staff when she screws up.

  98. She really is as useless as a milk bucket under a bull.

  99. @Unit472
    Having lived for the past dozen years on the Florida Gulf Coast one of the things I enjoy most is the large number of negro sailors I see spending their time and money maintaining their boats and yachts. Their nautical expertise is without peer. While your typical white boat owner will spend a fortune on silly electronics to find fish or his way back home, the negro will set sail in a rubber dinghy or some rotting hull confident he can make his way across an open ocean and call his voyage a success if just a few aboard his vessel are rescued at sea by racist white sailors.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldlan

    There ARE negroes who own boats; big boats. Really big boats. With what I suspect goes on on those boats,I’d welcome a hurricane to come and smash em up!😮

  100. @Achmed E. Newman
    Steve, you're a couple of terms behind here, I hate to tell you. It's not been Climate Change since the teens. There was no name for it in '20 and part 0f '21, since nobody cared due to Black Death 2.0. Since then, it's been The Climate Crisis™. That was alliterative, which is nice, but I saw a few days ago that yahoo has come up with something even better and hyperalliterative, Climate Calamity!™.

    That's WTF we're dealing with now, people, a Climate Calamity!™ You don't make mathematical models, as their forecasts don't always pan out. It's like tryin' to reason with hurricane season.

    BTW, what Newsweek was most worried about in their article about the damage from Hurricane Ian across SW and central Florida, was Cuban refugees lost at sea. First, they fled from Fidel, then Raul, now it's from Ian - except they fled DURING A HURRICANE! They are not sending their best and brightest.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6qzeHSq7bk

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Hypnotoad666

    Since then, it’s been The Climate Crisis™. That was alliterative, which is nice, but I saw a few days ago that yahoo has come up with something even better and hyperalliterative, Climate Calamity!™.

    I prefer The Green Grift.

  101. @John Johnson
    @Currahee

    They won’t have to do that: in 2023, to no one’s surprise, Biden will announce that he will not run for re-election. Then they can stow Joe in the basement for the rest of his term.

    Well he wasn't supposed to run in the last election. The MSM only endorsed him after it came down to him and Bernie.

    Newsom said he changed his mind and isn't going to run.

    Could be another case of the last man standing.

    Terrible of course but the Democrats don't have anyone at the moment.

    Kamala will be soundly trounced in the first rounds of the primaries.

    She couldn't even take her state in the first primary.

    Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.

    Replies: @Ralph L, @Colin Wright, @Prester John

    At this point in his career Biden may have become a dope but I’m not sure about the “White guilt ridden” bit. He was (and is) a hack, a used car salesman with a law degree who was in thrall to the credit card companies who bankrolled his career. Though he is slowly becoming addle-brained he still knows enough to hew the party line, and the party line is far-Left. Like the Clintons he says whatever is necessary to remain in office.

  102. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    The Vice President of the United States is a retard.

    Replies: @Prester John

    Point taken, but in the event that she winds up the demokrat candidate in 2024 do not be surprised if she gets a lot of votes—and I do mean a LOT! Such is the state of things in this once-great republic that is slip-sliding into Third World status.

  103. @Zero Philosopher
    Steve Sailer:

    "After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something."

    I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength. And that, because of that, they are "hit harder" than men during natural disasters on an economic and practical sense, and not geographically. You need to learn how to read between the lines. You are extremely literal minded.

    Kamala Harris is an idiot, but you *really* need to drop the passive-aggressive snarky tone that you use to reply to almost every post, and to everyone. It is very, very annoying, and most people hate you for it. It would be kinda ok if you were actually funny or witty, but you are not. The fact that you actually think that your sarcastic sense is good or witty makes it even more annoying. This is not the way that a 60+ year-old man should be communicating online. You read more like a teenager trying to be edgy than tne old-ass man that you are.

    I have cringe tears laughing, reading the mechanical and predictible snarky comments and replies that you make. Not because they are funny, but because of how wholly unwitty they are, and how much they seem rehearsed.

    Replies: @G. Poulin, @Jack D, @ejdjj, @Hypnotoad666

    The readers are clamoring for a respectful and serious mansplaining of the case for wokeism. Why won’t Steve give it to them! It’s pure spite.

  104. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Tracy

    Thanks. I remembered this one too, Tracy. The poor women, stuck at home baking cookies.

    The Hildabeast got pregnant no more, put her shoes on, got out of the kitchen, and accomplished her crowning achievement by having Khadaphee killed and cackling "we came, we saw, he died."

    Replies: @Prester John

    Speaking of Madame, forget about the emails, I’m still trying to figure out how she made $100K on cattle futures! Lol.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Prester John

    The guy who was the broker took all the trades, threw them all together, then allocated the winners to HRC. It was a thinly concealed bribe.

  105. @anonymous
    Deacon Jones doesn't forget to include women:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm2l0pxYw-4

    Replies: @Prester John, @Paul Jolliffe

    “Anytime you go upside a man’s head – or a woman’s – . . .”

    Classic.

    Thanks for posting.

  106. @Jack D
    @Zero Philosopher

    "I think that what she wanted to say is that women have less economic resources than men, less wherewithal and physical strength."

    Don't put words in her mouth and make her seem more intelligent than she really is. "What she REALLY meant to say was....."

    Kamala would NEVER endorse the idea that women are physically weaker than men. Women are kick ass strong in Leftist mythology. Of course there is no consistency - women are both stronger and weaker as the ideological context may require.

    Remember BTW that Harris started out talking mainly about "communities of color" as the people who should get extra gibs and Chopra was the one who reminded her that women should also be eligible for gibs. Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense.

    Don't people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?

    Replies: @Anonymous, @ejdjj, @Zero Philosopher

    Jack D:

    “Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense.”

    Don’t put words into my mouth, dumbo. I never said that women or anyone should receive government aid based on their economic situation or sex. What I said was just an alternative explanation of what *she* was trying to convey.

    Also, yes, the indigent are obviously “struke” much harder during natural disasters than the rich for obvious reasons. I put that words between quotes because I am not using it literally. They are struke harder in the sense that they are far more likely to die due to:

    1. Living in more poorly made homes with inferior engineering.
    2. Having less ability and means to move out compared to people with more economic resources.
    3. Having less access to medical care, which makes them more likely to die from the injuries sustained during the tragedy. If you get clobbered by a 300 lbs metal object hitting you at 50mp/h during a huricane, and one of your ribs snaps and pierces your lung, you are far more likely to die from internal bleeding compared to some rich Broker guy that has “extra deluxe V.I.P 5 stars+” medical insurance.

    Don’t be so literal minded.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @Zero Philosopher


    Also, yes, the indigent are obviously “struke” much harder during natural disasters than the rich for obvious reasons. I put that words between quotes because I am not using it literally. They are struke harder in the sense that they are far more likely to die due to:
     
    1. Living in more poorly made homes with inferior engineering.

    Bullshit

    2. Having less ability and means to move out compared to people with more economic resources.

    Bullshit

    3. Having less access to medical care, which makes them more likely to die from the injuries sustained during the tragedy. If you get clobbered by a 300 lbs metal object hitting you at 50mp/h during a huricane, and one of your ribs snaps and pierces your lung, you are far more likely to die from internal bleeding compared to some rich Broker guy that has “extra deluxe V.I.P 5 stars+” medical insurance.

    Bullshit
  107. @JR Ewing
    @Thomm

    That was Kamala the Ugandan Giant.

    The VP is Kamala the Intellectual Giant.

    Big improvement.

    Replies: @Thomm

    That was Kamala the Ugandan Giant.

    The VP is Kamala the Intellectual Giant.

    Neither individual is a Ugandan or an intellectual.

    But at least the wrestler-entertainer earned an honest living, and did not aspire to a higher station than the one he was in. His colleagues don’t seem to have anything negative to say about him.

    But the VPOTUS, on the other hand…… Well, in wrestling parlance, the official terminology would describe VP Kamala Harris as “an even bigger gimmick than the Ugandan giant”. More about her is manufactured fiction than the standard level of wrestling kayfabe.

    The wrestler-entertainer died exactly the day before the surge in web searches about the VPOTUS would have had him come up in the search as well, giving him a final round of fame.

    Alas, the Omen required that he die right on the very day before the new ‘Kamala Harris’ was annointed to signal the end times.

  108. @J.Ross
    @Somsel

    Yes but, it's 2021, how do we not have a hurricane-proof house?

    Replies: @Somsel

    Why do we have trailer parks on barrier islands?

    Federal flood insurance maybe?

    LBJ put that in to get the Yankees to pay for the eventual destruction. It’s not if, it’s when. Local governments get to charge property and sales tax.

    • Replies: @Cool Daddy Jimbo
    @Somsel


    Why do we have trailer parks on barrier islands?
     
    If I was going to live at the beach I'd live in a $40K trailer. If it got blown to smithereens I'd just buy another one. I'd look at it as a consumable.

    Replies: @Jack D

  109. @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    Speaking to actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas at the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum on Friday, Harris claimed that people of color and low-income communities are most affected by natural disasters such as Hurricane Ian. Because of this, Harris described how federal relief should be given “based on equity.”
     
    Mrs. Chopra Jonas does not appear to be a U.S. Citizen. Why is she present at a "Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum?" Which constituency is this Forum supposed to represent?

    From Chopra Jonas's wikipedia page:

    In an article published in January 2015, she expressed her views on diversity and being a global citizen.
     
    She should return to her home of "globe" and stay out of U.S. political affairs.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Indeed.

    Priyanka Chopra talks about how she doesn’t vote in US but Nick Jonas ‘can and one day, my daughter will’.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CjMDj7TDp4Y/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

    Googling her home page, I see she hosted some “Global Citizen” festival in NYC’s Central Park just a week before the interview.

    Who are these people?

  110. @Anonymous

    After all, women and men live in completely different places, so women are hit hardest by hurricanes and heat waves. Or something.
     
    Steve you do amazing work. The quality, the output. Incredible. You are the best journalist in the country. You arguably are the best commentator/analyst. Only Heartiste, BAP, and possibly Scott Greer come to mind as equals. Ricky Vaughn had potential but he was persecuted and shackled.

    You do more than anyone else for the cause, so we cannot in fairness ask more from you. I wonder, however, whether you are aware that your discourse tends to be limited to a reactive/passive posture. You point out contradictions, omissions. You mock. This is helpful. We need it. You are one of the best at it. But it is always being on the defensive. Kamala says something. You rightly mock it. The New York Times spins something a certain way. You rightly skewer it. But we also need people to create frameworks and rhetoric that puts the enemy on the defensive. Do you not do this because it is not where your talents are? Or do you not do it because you do not realize its yawning absence?

    Replies: @Cato

    The enemy does not come here to read what Steve has to say. For that reason, it is pointless for him “to create frameworks and rhetoric that puts the enemy on the defensive”. But, I agree, Steve does what he does better than anyone else on the web. Worth the penny paid.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Cato


    The enemy does not come here to read what Steve has to say. For that reason, it is pointless for him “to create frameworks and rhetoric that puts the enemy on the defensive”
     
    But American nationalists come here for sustenance and for informational and conceptual weaponry that they can bring into battle. Steve also battles the enemy on Twitter.

    It therefore would not be pointless for Steve to create, if he has it in him. (And no complaints here if he doesn’t.)

  111. @Malcolm X-Lax
    @Tracy

    It's hard to believe she (even she) said that.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

  112. Anonymous[384] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cato
    @Anonymous

    The enemy does not come here to read what Steve has to say. For that reason, it is pointless for him "to create frameworks and rhetoric that puts the enemy on the defensive". But, I agree, Steve does what he does better than anyone else on the web. Worth the penny paid.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    The enemy does not come here to read what Steve has to say. For that reason, it is pointless for him “to create frameworks and rhetoric that puts the enemy on the defensive”

    But American nationalists come here for sustenance and for informational and conceptual weaponry that they can bring into battle. Steve also battles the enemy on Twitter.

    It therefore would not be pointless for Steve to create, if he has it in him. (And no complaints here if he doesn’t.)

  113. @Faraday's Bobcat
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship


    Mock her all you want but she aligns well with our Failing Elites on Ukraine:

    Harris was asked to explain the conflict …

    Speaking slowly, Harris began, “So, Ukraine is a country in Europe.”

    “It exists next to another country called Russia,” she continued. “Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.”

    Well done, Kamala, well done.
     
    This didn't bother me. Harris is trained to dumb things down for juries. Before this was started, I would guess 25% of the public:

    - never heard of Ukraine, let alone could find it on a map
    - thought Russia was fictitious like Mordor
    - thought Vladimir Putin was a WWE "heel"
    - thinks lottery tickets are a great way to invest the $15 you have left after paying for rent, food and weed

    Conservatives used to be good at talking to stupid people (who, after all, can vote), but then they started in on estate tax relief and originalism and other stuff a lot of people don't understand. They are slowly re-learning that to get people riled up, you for instance show videos of violent crimes. Government approval ratings always go up during a war not because people necessarily buy into the casus belli, but because they can understand fights in a way that they can't understand other things.

    Replies: @Loyalty Over IQ Worship

    Actually, I suspect Kamala Harris is pretty people-smart. There was some video of her talking about the type of people who show up at San Francisco Democratic events and she was more or less making fun of them. Talking about the blue-haired people.

    And she managed to leverage her Lewinsky act with Willie Brown to the Vice Presidency, which is a lot more than Lewinsky did.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Loyalty Over IQ Worship

    Lewinsky got a handbag business out of the deal, which probably added more value to the world than Kamala ever will.

  114. @Jack D
    @International Jew

    Her sister more closely matches her parents' IQ (they had very intelligent parents). Kamala understood that she had regressed to the mean and decided it was better to be a big fish in a small pond and undertook the career path of becoming a Professional Negro despite growing up in Montreal with little if anything in common with ADOS blacks (she even owes her coloration more to her dark skinned S. Asian mom than to her "African" side). I can't say that this was a bad decision for her.

    Replies: @epebble

    Her “High IQ” sister, Maya, is a lawyer. “Low IQ” sister is Vice President of U.S. All it takes is Biden to slip on his shoelace or choke on his breakfast tomorrow for Kamala to be the POTUS.

  115. @Somsel
    I'll tell you who was hardest hit.

    Growing up on the Florida Gulf Coast, the only people who would build on the barrier island were "fools and damn Yankees." (But I repeat myself.)

    So who were hit hardest with this hurricane?

    Fools and damn Yankees.

    I have little sympathy.

    Like we say, if you don't want to feel the hoof, don't stand behind the mule.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @epebble

    FEMA has started breaking the news. Ever so gently.

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/oct/02/hurricane-ian-risks-rebuilding-vulnerable-areas

    Once government help towards insurance dries up, market forces will decide where to build. If Ians start happening with increasing frequency, insurers get the message.

    • Agree: Somsel
  116. EdjJj:

    “Oh gawd, a wealthy lawyer who spends his time miscommunicating with anti-semites is literally the only person who could have messed up a response to that literal zero.”

    And who are you exactly? An overly emotional dumbo who just reacts emotionally because you have nothing intelligent or intelligible to say.

    Literally zero? Hardly. I am actually a respected professor or organic chemistry at a top university, and reading through my posts and then reading through yours, your contributions here amount to less than nothing. You might, in fact, be the first poster ever who’s intellectual contributions can only be represented by a negative nteger. An petulant child, an infantile incapable of making cogent arguments, so you reply in knee-jerk fashion when frustrated – which means: all of the time. Are your parents even aware that you stay up late at night posting online? Tomorrow is a school night. You don’t want to miss on your sleep and suffer from arrested development – although, in your case, methinks that the damage has already been done and is irreversible.

  117. @John Johnson
    @Arclight

    In a way, we are very fortunate that Kamala was picked as VP.

    Kamala is not a blessing in disguise. If Biden falls off Airforce One this idiot becomes Commander and Chief.

    Well here we have what is supposed to be the archetype of this vital demographic and she’s basically a walking, talking affirmative action failure whose massive shortcomings are impossible to ignore.

    Yes and that has already happened numerous times. The MSM and Democrats will pretend she never existed just like Kwame Kilpatrick and Jesse Jackson Jr.

    In fact the MSM may even endorse a New Super Duper Blackish Woman while Kamala is still in office. Why not? It isn't as if they are at all principled in the first place.

    Whether it can be said out loud by people that lean left, many are internalizing the idea that maybe using race and gender as primary considerations in important jobs is not a great idea.

    No they will just tell themselves that the process somehow failed and this is a one-off.

    The left will never accept a meritocratic system. They have long moved away from talking about "equal opportunity" because they no longer believe it will achieve the desired result. That is why they use term equity. Outcomes matter.

    Replies: @EdwardM

    In fact the MSM may even endorse a New Super Duper Blackish Woman while Kamala is still in office.

    They would almost have to. The only way they could throw Harris under the bus without being heinously RACIST would be to replace her in-kind.

    Be very afraid if Stacy Abrams “pulls off” a victory in GA.

  118. @Anonymous
    @John Johnson


    Blame the US for the third world and then say we “only” need to take in a few million to help fix the problem
     
    .

    Africa has supposedly added about 600 million people to its population just in the first 22 years of this century. Taking in “a few million” will do nothing to fix the problem. Africa was already a mess in AD 2000, when it had 810 million people.

    They want to move third worlders into middle America for a permanent majority. Offer them free stuff and then vote in even more immigrants.

     

    This is an ugly, racist thing for you to say. Also, we’ve been bragging for years that we’re doing this, and that whites will be a minority thanks to our immigration policies (see: “The Emergjng Democratic Majority,” published 2002, and about a billion news articles and Twitter posts). But it’s racist for you to mention it.

    It’s a solid plan and our dopey conservatives have nothing in response. Blurb about tax cuts and Reagan.
     
    This is exactly the plan proposed by new “conservative” UK Prime Minister Liz Truss - slash taxes and increase immigration. Mind you, this is after the Tories already increased immigration under Boris Johnson by giving millions of Hong Kongers the right to immigrate.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    Blame the US for the third world and then say we “only” need to take in a few million to help fix the proble

    Africa has supposedly added about 600 million people to its population just in the first 22 years of this century. Taking in “a few million” will do nothing to fix the problem. Africa was already a mess in AD 2000, when it had 810 million people.

    I was describing what will be a future liberal rationalization. That is after they achieve a supermajority.

    Here is the future scenario I am concerned with:

    President Tutu Bagooma leads some failed government campaign and trashes the economy during a drought. Millions starve. The country has over 100 million people and the Democrats tell us that we are just taking a few million. Like 3…maybe 4… no more than 6. Ok 10 million tops but that is it. After all White people caused climate change and kept them from achieving Wakanda. We owe them.

    This is exactly the plan proposed by new “conservative” UK Prime Minister Liz Truss – slash taxes and increase immigration. Mind you, this is after the Tories already increased immigration under Boris Johnson by giving millions of Hong Kongers the right to immigrate.

    Yea well cuck island has way more problems than the US. Good luck with “knife crime” and a conservative party that won’t tax the rich but will raise energy prices on the middle class. Not my problem.

    Your best hope is for the US to get on track. Britain copied US liberalism and would most likely copy any trend in the reverse.

  119. @Colin Wright
    @John Johnson

    'Joe is a White guilt ridden dope. He was told to grab a Black woman and probably assumed the mulatto would be the best choice. He clearly never bothered to have her tested. She bombs in the most basic interviews. You could ask what the weather is like and she would lie and make a weird face.'

    I don't think Joe had anything to do with it. The machers needed someone 'of color' who was from the left wing of the party -- but it had to be someone who had repeatedly advertised their unconditional love for Israel.

    That boiled down to Kamala Harris. Booker had blown it when he was pictured grinning like the idiot he is and holding up one end of that <i'from Texas (or whatever) to Palestine, all the walls must come down'
    banner. I knew he was dead when I saw that.

    Harris, on the other hand, had taken care to be the only 'progressive' to address AIPAC, and had told stories about collecting money in a can for Israel as a little girl that however ridiculous, certainly served to indicate her willingness to say she loved Israel the bestest.

    She was in. This is how our leaders are chosen these days.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    Biden had everything to do with it.

    If he owned his balls he could have said I’ll pick my own f-cking VP or you can go with Bernie.

    This is the guy that said a Black man invented the light bulb.

    If the DNC told him that his VP was snoop dog he would say THATS GREAT MAN I REALLY LIKE HIS STUFF. AN ALL AROUND GREAT ATHLETE.

  120. @Zero Philosopher
    @Jack D

    Jack D:

    "Should blacks also be eligible for extra gibs on the grounds of lesser physical strength than other races? You are talking nonsense."

    Don't put words into my mouth, dumbo. I never said that women or anyone should receive government aid based on their economic situation or sex. What I said was just an alternative explanation of what *she* was trying to convey.

    Also, yes, the indigent are obviously "struke" much harder during natural disasters than the rich for obvious reasons. I put that words between quotes because I am not using it literally. They are struke harder in the sense that they are far more likely to die due to:

    1. Living in more poorly made homes with inferior engineering.
    2. Having less ability and means to move out compared to people with more economic resources.
    3. Having less access to medical care, which makes them more likely to die from the injuries sustained during the tragedy. If you get clobbered by a 300 lbs metal object hitting you at 50mp/h during a huricane, and one of your ribs snaps and pierces your lung, you are far more likely to die from internal bleeding compared to some rich Broker guy that has "extra deluxe V.I.P 5 stars+" medical insurance.

    Don't be so literal minded.

    Replies: @AceDeuce

    Also, yes, the indigent are obviously “struke” much harder during natural disasters than the rich for obvious reasons. I put that words between quotes because I am not using it literally. They are struke harder in the sense that they are far more likely to die due to:

    1. Living in more poorly made homes with inferior engineering.

    Bullshit

    2. Having less ability and means to move out compared to people with more economic resources.

    Bullshit

    3. Having less access to medical care, which makes them more likely to die from the injuries sustained during the tragedy. If you get clobbered by a 300 lbs metal object hitting you at 50mp/h during a huricane, and one of your ribs snaps and pierces your lung, you are far more likely to die from internal bleeding compared to some rich Broker guy that has “extra deluxe V.I.P 5 stars+” medical insurance.

    Bullshit

    • Thanks: bomag, Achmed E. Newman
  121. @Somsel
    @J.Ross

    Why do we have trailer parks on barrier islands?

    Federal flood insurance maybe?

    LBJ put that in to get the Yankees to pay for the eventual destruction. It's not if, it's when. Local governments get to charge property and sales tax.

    Replies: @Cool Daddy Jimbo

    Why do we have trailer parks on barrier islands?

    If I was going to live at the beach I’d live in a $40K trailer. If it got blown to smithereens I’d just buy another one. I’d look at it as a consumable.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Cool Daddy Jimbo

    Sure, you should live in a trailer but it should look like this:

    https://preview.redd.it/s41zfrgqt3p91.jpg?width=648&auto=webp&s=70a0038558c64fd61dc564e6acdf96d7480f1347

  122. @Ralph L
    @Muggles

    Giggles at everything.

    For those who don't know, that's a symptom of long term frequent pot use.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    that’s a symptom of long term frequent pot use.

    Is that why Curtis Yarvin laughs out loud at every other sentence he stammers his way through?

  123. @Observator
    @Tracy

    As wife of the Governor of Arkansas, Hillary fought and broke teachers’ unions largely composed of minority women. On the board of directors of Walmart, the nation’s largest employer of women, Hillary praised that company’s exploitative labor practices. As First Lady Hillary was instrumental in her husband’s successful campaign to deprive women and their children of the basic social safety net under the guise of “welfare reform.” As Secretary of State she fought Haitian women’s efforts to get a tiny increase in minimum wage in American-owned sweatshops and in Honduras she helped replace the elected government with a junta that routinely employs the rape and murder of women in its reign of terror against its own people.

    She has met the enemy, and it is she...

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Dick Morris says that Hillary is getting ready for 2024 by portraying herself as a “moderate” Democrat.

    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2022/10/hillary-2024-2.php

  124. @Prester John
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Speaking of Madame, forget about the emails, I'm still trying to figure out how she made $100K on cattle futures! Lol.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    The guy who was the broker took all the trades, threw them all together, then allocated the winners to HRC. It was a thinly concealed bribe.

  125. @Cool Daddy Jimbo
    @Somsel


    Why do we have trailer parks on barrier islands?
     
    If I was going to live at the beach I'd live in a $40K trailer. If it got blown to smithereens I'd just buy another one. I'd look at it as a consumable.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Sure, you should live in a trailer but it should look like this:

    • LOL: Cool Daddy Jimbo
  126. @Loyalty Over IQ Worship
    @Faraday's Bobcat

    Actually, I suspect Kamala Harris is pretty people-smart. There was some video of her talking about the type of people who show up at San Francisco Democratic events and she was more or less making fun of them. Talking about the blue-haired people.

    And she managed to leverage her Lewinsky act with Willie Brown to the Vice Presidency, which is a lot more than Lewinsky did.

    Replies: @bomag

    Lewinsky got a handbag business out of the deal, which probably added more value to the world than Kamala ever will.

  127. @Anonymous
    @Jack D


    Don’t people who have more economic resources experience GREATER losses in a storm because they have more to lose?
     
    No, they don’t. Losing everything you have is a greater loss than losing 50 percent of what you have.

    Replies: @Up2Drew

    Periodically I worked at places that had a bad fiscal year followed by cancellation of bonuses or salary cuts. And I would love it when some VP would stand in front of us, announce the bad news, and say something to the effect of: “We know this is hard. Don’t forget, this affects us all. We’re in this together.”

    And I’d think: Uh, yeah. But your bonus was earmarked for the purchase of a third home or that Mercedes convertible you’ve been eyeballing. And I’m trying to figure out where I’m gonna get next year’s tuition for my kid’s college, or pay for that new roof.

  128. SMK says: • Website
    @John Johnson
    @Colin Wright

    I really hope the Democrats nominate this idiot to run in 2024, except…

    what if she won?

    She won't win the primary. They know she is a walking failure. The MSM actually avoids doing interviews with her. Just watch the "did you go to the border?" video.

    But all it takes is for Biden to take a tumble and this idiot becomes president.

    I honestly don't buy her academic record. We know she gave BJs to move ahead in SF politics but I really wonder if she literally blew her away through college.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Anon, @SMK

    The only reason that Harris was a US senator from California and is now vice-presient is because she had an adulterous intrigue with Willie Brown, a grotesquely ugly man who was over 30 years older than her but the foremost black politician in California, who launched her political career in exchange for carnal pleasure.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @SMK

    I'm aware of that and after watching her in interviews I wonder how many BJs she gave out to her professors.

    But it turns out she went to Howard so probably just extra-curricular BJs.

  129. @SMK
    @John Johnson

    The only reason that Harris was a US senator from California and is now vice-presient is because she had an adulterous intrigue with Willie Brown, a grotesquely ugly man who was over 30 years older than her but the foremost black politician in California, who launched her political career in exchange for carnal pleasure.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    I’m aware of that and after watching her in interviews I wonder how many BJs she gave out to her professors.

    But it turns out she went to Howard so probably just extra-curricular BJs.

  130. SMK says: • Website

    After winning the nomination because he was depicted as a “moderate” and was the best known of all the sundry contenders, the senile victor who is now by far the worst president in all of US history vowed to choose a black woman as his running mate. And dementia Joe and/or his “handlers” deemed Harris the best choice. Who else would they have chosen: Stacy Abrams, Maxine Watters, Pressley, Omar?

    And then the media conspired to steal the election from Trump by suppressing all evidence of Biden’s senility and dementia and his crimes and depravity and the crimes and depravity of Hunter and his “laptop from hell” and succeeded in electing by far the worst president and by far the worst vice-president in all of US history.

    But Harris would not have been a US senator from CA and now the vice-president if not for her affair with Willie Brown long ago. In fact, apart from family, friends, and acquaintances, virtually no one would have even heard of her or know that she existed.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
  131. @Pop Warner
    Meteor hits earth, women and minorities most affected

    Replies: @36 ulster

    “Experts say.”

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