This does beat all. From a distance she was an extraordinarily bleeding (bleeting) heart, up close it’s “unfair.”
Simple, ignorant soul, the people’s choice. How the culture forms idiots.
BTW, as for the fools in black, they spray-painted her house, which already had a Black Lives Matter banner on its wall. Do their mothers know they’re out?
via The Daily Wire
CHOP is Capitol Hill (neighborhood) Occupied Protest. It’s a lawless enclave where you better not defend your property.
Seattle seems to have ceded the governance of CHOP to protest groups, including Black Lives Matter, Urban League, Choose 180, Not This Time, Africatown, and others in an effort to make the area a better place to occupy. It appears the police department will mostly stay out of CHOP, except to “respond to significant life-safety issues in the area.” The city defined those as “an active shooter incident, an assault, a structure fire, significant medical emergency (i.e. heart attack stroke, trauma) and other incidents that threaten a person’s life safety.”
That has consequences. On Sunday night, the owner of a car parts store in CHOP said a protester broke in and tried to steal some cash and set a fire. According to an account on local news station KIRO7, the business owner grabbed the suspect and called the cops — “but despite more than a dozen 911 calls, police and fire never showed up.”
Well property is theft, right?
Quite a life.
Gregory Barbarigo (Italian: Gregorio Barbarigo; 16 September 1625 -June 18, 1697) was an Italian Cardinal Archbishop of Padua, a diplomat and scholar.
Born into a famous family from Venice, he traveled with the Venetian ambassador, Alvise Contarini, to the Congress of Münster in 1648, where the Peace of Westphalia was developed.
Soon aftewards he became a priest and was consecrated as the first Bishop of Bergamo by Pope Alexander VII, whom he had met in Germany. After that, he was given the dignity of cardinal and was made the bishop of the Diocese of Padua. He was a strong supporter of the work of the Council of Trent. He made the seminaries of Padua and of Bergamo larger and added a library and printing press in Padua.
He had the reputation of being another Charles Borromeo, renowned like him for his wonderful zeal in every kind of labor for the clergy and the faithful, but especially the poor.
He died in Padua in 1697. In 1960, Pope John XXIII canonized him.
A priestly, also a priest’s, bishop
via TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS PROPERS IN ENGLISH: SAINT GREGORY BARBARIGO (1697 A.D.)
Son of Jeb, supporter of Trump from 2016, gives very good reason: Trump is “only thing standing between America and socialism.”
Excellent point. Like most Dems, Joe Biden would shilly-shally in the face of this threat, if not actively promote it. So like T. personally or not, he’s the man.