That makes three 19th ward pols that have Covid 19. Who's next?
Saturday, November 28, 2020
Backlash as Brennan Blasts Killing of Iranian Nuclear Scientist: ‘Always on the Side of our Enemies’
Following Iran’s announcement that the head of its nuclear program, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was assassinated on Friday afternoon, Obama-era CIA Director John Brennan set off a storm after criticizing the “criminal” killing.
In response to the Iranian scientist’s death, which was labelled a “major psychological and professional blow for Iran,” Brennan was quick to publicize his condemnation.
Brennan, an ardent defender of the Obama Iran nuclear agreement, also referred to the assassination as “an act of state-sponsored terrorism” which he claimed was “a flagrant violation of international law.”
Brennan’s comments received fierce backlash.
“It’s bizarre to see a former head of the CIA consistently side with Iranian zealots who chant ‘Death to
Friday, November 27, 2020
'Amy Covid Barrett' Trends as Left Goes 'Absolutely Crazy' Over 5-4 SCOTUS Ruling on Religious Gatherings
By Mike Miller | Nov 27, 2020 10:30 AM ET
“Almost” as enjoyable as the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to block New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s order limiting the size of religious gatherings — ostensibly to fight against the spread of COVID — has been watching the predictable apoplectic meltdown on the Left.
Moreover, the enjoyment is made extra special by knowing that they know SCOTUS might well not have even taken up the case — just as it refused to do in two similar cases earlier this year — if Amy Coney Barrett were not on the Court to cast the tie-breaker.
And best of all is knowing that the Democrat Party and its dancing monkeys in the liberal media know
Flu unto others: Cardinal Dolan hails Supreme Court's shocking 'religious freedom' ruling, government cannot micro-regulate worship, and I wish my Irish cousins would stop drinking the Kool Aid being served to them by the globalist
On Wednesday the Supreme Court delivered a ruling that will expose New Yorkers to unrestricted, potentially super-spreader religious gatherings.
In their often shockingly bitter five to four decision - delivered from the safety of their own homes in the middle of an out of control national pandemic - the ultraconservative Justices ruled that New York may not impose a 10-person limit on attendance at houses of worship in COVID-19 hotspots.
The ruling is not merely controversial, under the circumstances it's arguably homicidal.
And in an irony that many missed the court's ruling was announced on the same day Pope Francis