Shut up, or we’ll make you shut up.

This is a great compilation of what’s happening across the battlefield…

Gain Of Function

SCOTUS May Determine If Police Can Enter Your Home WITHOUT a Warrant: Roberts, of course, was unable to cite the clause in the Constitution that stated, “Officer safety is paramount.”

But of course, locking people out of their jobs were/is constitutional, right?

Eviction Moratorium Ruled Unconstitutional, Largest Tsunami Of Evictions In U.S. History Incoming: An analysis released last month by Moody’s Analytics and the Urban Institute said that some 10 million renters are behind on paying rent and risk being evicted. Moreover, the typical delinquent renter is almost four months and $5,600 behind on monthly rent and utility payments as of January, according to the analysis.

Retarded Psaki Struggles To Explain Why One-Third Of $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package Will Be Spent Over Next Decade: “The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says that more than one-third of the total bill, $700 billion, would not be spent this year. It…

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