Problems With The Covid Vaccine: Why A Christian Should Have Problems With It

Herschel Smith · 20 Dec 2020 · 21 Comments

The "fact checkers" will tell you that there are no aborted baby parts being used in the the development or generation of the Covid vaccines.  This is the explanation Reuters gives. A Facebook video discussing the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine for COVID-19 has falsely claimed it contains tissue from an aborted human foetus. The video (here), broadcast live on Nov. 15, first shows a picture on a computer screen of the packaging for the AstraZeneca-developed COVID-19 vaccine ChAdOx1-S, also…… [read more]

Brownells On Causes Of AR-15 Malfunctions

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

Georgia Election Hack

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

Most of the politicians in Georgia could be described as election hacks, but I’m referring to the corruption 2020 election hack, whether by machine, adjudication, or simply false and fraudulent ballots.

Anatomy Of The Hunter And Joe Biden Scandal

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

John Solomon has it at his web site, Just The News.  It is a detailed catalog and calendar of the entire sordid affair.  Commentary is mostly left out, and all that’s left is facts and details.

Good Advice

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

James Wesley Rawles.

We can safely assume that gun sales in calendar year 2021 will be just as strong as 2020, and possibly much stronger. Given Joe Biden’s age and frail health, I expect to see Harris succeed Biden within 18 months. Plan on at least four years of a Democrat in the White House, and possibly much longer, given their proven skill at vote-rigging. That will mean 4+ years of gun, magazine, and ammunition shortages.  Sort supplies always lead to higher prices. So we can safely anticipate those prices to exceed the prevailing consumer price inflation. Plan (and invest), accordingly.

As of this writing, the big unanswered question is whether or not the two Republican U.S. Senate candidates will prevail in the January 5th runoff election, in Georgia. If those two seats instead go to Democrats, then that will result in a 50/50 split in the Senate, with the tie votes broken by the President of the Senate: The Vice President of the United States. And odds are, that will be none other than the extreme leftist Democrat Kamala Harris. Needless to say, she has a horrendously anti-gun record.

So here is my advice:  If on January 5th the two Senate seats in Georgia go to the Democrats, then you should immediately take any extra cash and buy magazines. Buy lots of 20+ round magazines!  This is because one of the top legislative priorities for the Democrats will be a ban on new production for civilian sale of any magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds.  That will drive the price of “high capacity” magazines through the roof. Specifically, I recommend buying the following magazines as an investment, even if you do not yet own the corresponding guns …

This is on the tail end of telling you how important it is to own guns and ammunition, and keep buying them if you can.

Guns, ammunition and accessories (such as magazines) will be the new gold standard in the coming weeks, months and years.

I don’t see this getting any better.  The days of 50 cents per round 5.56mm are gone forever, and Magpul magazines will not go for $12 one of these days very soon.  They will cost much, much more than that.

Even pistol ammunition is now 60 – 70 cents per round, and that’s if you buy in bulk.

Election Corruption In Pennsylvania And Georgia

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

In Pennsylvania.

A group of Republican lawmakers say they’ve performed an extensive analysis of election day data and they’ve found “troubling” discrepancies.

According to State Rep. Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon), 17 lawmakers sponsored and participated in the analysis.

Ryan, who is a certified public accountant, says they discovered discrepancies between the numbers of total votes counted and total number of voters who voted in the 2020 General Election which is making them question how the results could have been certified by Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar.

According to Ryan, the analysis compared official county election results to the total number of voters who voted Nov. 3, as recorded by the Department of State.

Ryan says they found that 6,962,607 total ballots were reported as being cast, while DoS/SURE system records indicated that only 6,760,230 total voters actually voted.

Don’t expect the Pennsylvania AG or the Secretary of State to do anything about that.  Elections matter, and these positions are held by criminals.

Not to be outdone, after pulling their pants down and showing their ass to the world, the democrats haven’t just done it in Georgia, they’re still doing it.

A judge in Georgia ruled on Monday that two of the state’s counties cannot invalidate voting registrations based on unverified change of address data.

“Defendants are enjoined from removing any challenged voters in Ben Hill and Muscogee Counties from the registration lists on the basis of National Change of Address data,” U.S. District Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner wrote in an order, according to Reuters.

Abrams Gardner is the sister of former Democratic candidate for governor and voting rights activist Stacey Abrams.

Sister of Stacey Abrams has thus declared that you can “move” from California to Georgia for a week and vote.

With communists so ensconced in positions of local and state authority, there’s nothing that can be done to stop this with the cowardice in the state legislatures.

Good, honest, clear-headed, leadership with backbone would be needed at the national level.  Too bad we don’t have any of that.

Primary Arms ACSS Vulcan Holosun 507v2 Handgun Red Dot Review

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

So Where Are All Those 2A Sanctuary Counties In Virginia?

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

News from Virginia.

Gun stores — usually busy at Christmas and always during tumultuous times — are squeezing in a different category of customer this year: Folks on either end of a private deal.

For the first Yuletide ever, a new law makes it illegal for Virginians to sell their personally owned firearms without buyers clearing the kind of background checks that can only be handled by federally licensed dealers.

Gifts — the genuine kind with zero money, goods or services swapped — are exempt.

Otherwise, both parties must enlist a dealer for a criminal history check run through the Virginia State Police, with the state capping the dealer’s service fee at $15.

There’s no shortage of grumbling in the new line at Bob’s Gun Shop in Norfolk, but “people are complying because that’s what law-abiding people do,” said owner Robert Marcus. “But they don’t see it addressing any crime issues.”

Mandatory universal background checks, bitterly fought about for years in the commonwealth, were part of a handful of new firearms restrictions that kicked in July 1, aimed at reducing gun violence.

The aim wasn’t to reduce anything except liberty.

Before that, background checks were only required with direct purchases from professional dealers. Private sellers, including regulars hawking at gun shows, weren’t obligated to verify that the people buying their guns were legally allowed to have them.

Now — while some exceptions exist — skipping the background check is a Class 1 misdemeanor for sellers and buyers, fetching a fine as high as $2,500 and even a year in jail.

[ … ]

Van Cleave said the requirement is not just “inconvenient,” but has “goofed up a lot of sales” because the VSP’s backgrounding process — known as a VCheck — can get clogged.

“I know people who’ve driven an hour or two to get to a dealer and then found the system is delayed,” he said. “They’re told to come back tomorrow or the next day, and everyone can’t always do that.”

Some dealers will hold guns on behalf of sellers until checks can go through, but if buyers don’t qualify in the end, a dealer isn’t allowed to return the gun without a background check on the seller.

“They have to do that to give back your own gun,” Van Cleave said. “It’s ridiculous.”

So I have two questions.  Where are all of those 2A sanctuary counties if they won’t stop this and defend the right of citizens to do person to person transfers without state approval?  And what the hell good are the sanctuary counties if they’re going to forget all about their commitments so quickly?

Ron Spomer: How and When to Clean Your Rifle

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

Cleaning rifle barrels – advice from a legend.  I need to do a much better job with copper cleaning.  I found his discussion on Windex and rubbing alcohol interesting.

The Ukraine Unleashes An Artillery Barrage On Joe And Hunter Biden

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

They appear to have had enough of the Bidens.  Against the demands of Dem senators, the Ukraine unleashed an artillery barrage on Joe and Hunter Biden.  Via reader Ned2.

California Cops Search Home After Man Applies For “AW” Registry

BY Herschel Smith
3 months, 2 weeks ago

From “The Civil Rights Lawyer,” a West Virginia attorney.

Every one of these punks deserves to be stripped naked, frog-marched to the town square, and put in stocks.  Unfortunately, California won’t do that (and neither will most locales in America).  In California, they’ll be considered heroes of the community.

I do have one disagreement with the attorney.  This most certainly won’t happen as millions of gun owners try to register their pistol brace guns with FedGov.  Oh sure, there will be a few guys who do it, wives who are soccer moms, urbanite democrats, who do it because the woman of the house tells them to “register it or turn it in”).

Other than those few, noncompliance will trend towards 99%+.


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