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THE WORD INCLUSIVITY USED TO BE INNOCUOUS. TODAY? IT HAS BECOME A MISUSED, ABUSED WORD.


Remember that word inclusivity? Well, Justin loves that word. So much so that he gave $25 million of your tax dollars to create Canada’s first-ever LGBTQ entrepreneurship program.


His erstwhile Small Business and Economic Development Minister Mary Ng said the program will help build a more inclusive economy and society. What is she talking about?


Who cares what you do in your bedroom or how you dress? What the heck does that have to do with starting up a small business? Clearly Justin knew that question was coming so here ya go: This program will include three main components: A business scale-up program, an ecosystem fund and a knowledge hub.


A knowledge hub? What's that? An ecosystem fund? What does that have to do with starting a small business? An ecosystem is a geographic area where plants, animals, and other organisms, as well as weather and landscape, work together to form a bubble of life. Justin is now rewriting the dictionary.


Here's a headline: If you have a good business with a good product and keep your bedroom activities out of the picture, nobody will care who you are or what you do.


But...if you push your private business in people's faces, good luck to you.


Slowly, slowly, the truth is dribbling out. It is now coming to light that scientists conducting research on novel coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology were the first humans to contract COVID-19.


“Patients zero” included Ben Hu, Ping Yu and Yan Zhu — scientists researching SARS-like viruses at the institute.


The three scientists were researching “gain-of-function” experiments with the virus — which increases its infectiousness and makes pathogens stronger in order to better understand their dangers.


The US State Department has previously acknowledged suspicions that the COVID pandemic may have originated from a lab leak even though the Chinese denied this up and down.


Peeps - this virus did not come from a wet market or a bat or a cat. It came because people were messing around with very dangerous, lethal things they should not have been doing. And we all suffered big time.


Bud Light's troubles just keep on coming. After more than two decades as America’s best-selling beer, Bud Light has slipped into second place. Modelo Especial, a Mexican lager, overtook Bud Light in U.S. retail dollar sales in the month ending June 3.


Now get this one: Grupo Modelo, the Mexican brewer, is owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev, the same parent company of Bud Light. Would you look at that? Anheuser Busch wins either way.


Bud Light’s U.S. retail sales were down 24% the week ending June 3, while Modelo Especial sales were up 12%.


As for Target, they are getting it from both sides. The lgbtq+ community is so ticked off at them for taking out the pride clothing, quite a few stores have had bomb threats.


The rest of the country is still ticked off at Target so we wonder who exactly is shopping in their stores.


Bud Light, Target and all the other stores that decided to add a political message to your shopping experience should take note at what all the professional sports teams did. They stuck to sports and dropped all the political messages because it cost them money.


And a final note on this. We recently saw the following question asked: why is Memorial day one day while the lgbtq+ community gets pride month? Does this make any sense to anyone? Memorial Day commemorates the ultimate sacrifice soldiers gave to their country. What have the people celebrating pride month contributed to their country?


The soldiers who gave their lives so the pride people can get on with theirs can't speak for themselves. Something's very amiss in America. Very. And it's now showing up in the stores.


Get a grip peeps.


Every country has prisoners who would do the world a favor and just disappear permanently. Canada has one whose name we shall not even write here.


He was incarcerated in a maximum security prison until a request was made to move him to a medium security facility. The reason: His life was in danger in where he was.


His life was in danger? Who cares?


The issue here is that Canada's Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said he didn't know this man was being transferred. He has had to defend himself because the victim's family also found out through a backdoor that this was happening.


Mendicino is doing what Justin always does - blaming someone else for his mistake. He is saying that his 'staff' never told him this man was being transferred.


His 'staff' are bureaucrats who are handsomely paid by you. This man is the most notorious killer in all of Canada. His 'staff' didn't deem it necessary to tell their boss that he was being transferred to a medium security jail? How stupid are they?


Wait. Maybe they are not stupid at all. Maybe, just maybe, as per Justin, Mendicino is blaming them to save his own skin. We've certainly seen Justin do that many times over.


Yet another scandal for Justin and his cohorts. Remember peeps - Justin may have nice hair and a pretty face but it means nothing if there is only air between his ears.



One more thing about the Bud Light business. It appears that the Washington Post is trying to sell their clearly liberal-democrat-save-the-whales-trees-turtles crowd that Bud Light's fall from grace has nothing to do with putting a he who said he was a she but is really a he on their beer can.


Nope. According to them it's because of a longer-term trend of stagnation for domestic beer. Oh really? People are punkt looking for Mexican beer now? Not. Bud Light's stock fell like a washing machine dropped into the ocean with a cement block attached to it but it's a trend?


All the Washington Post is doing is pushing people further away from reading the news because instead of reporting news, they are trying to create it. Mercifully, people are smart enough to push back and not believe them. We are also hoping they will cancel their subscriptions.


Good Shabbos

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