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WELL, AT LONG LAST THE CAT'S OUTTA THE BAG.


No we don't have a crystal ball, but we did say more than once that Justin and his wife Sophie looked like a couple that was doing a lot of pretending in public. Often we were skewered for writing this.


Our giveaway was everywhere they went - including Queen Elizabeth's funeral - they were holding hands. Nisht. Couples don't need to hold hands at a funeral. It looked contrived and it was.


As well, she was almost never with him on the campaign trail in the last election. Nor for that matter, did she go on very many trips with him. Most often we saw Justin with Melanie Joly. Not that we are assuming anything. It is what it is.


Given this, anytime a couple's marriage ends is sad and when children are involved it makes things complicated and painful. Their children are relatively young and that makes it even harder.


What is very interesting, in case you forgot, is that his father Pierre divorced his mother Margaret also while in office. Alas, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.


Given all of the above and knowing full well that Justin is what he is, this is his private life. As such, as a human being he deserves a modicum of privacy, which we will give both him and his wife.


Unfortunately not everyone thinks this way and we have already heard that the media is doing a deep dive to see if either of them has someone stashed in a corner. Time will tell.



Again the democrats are shooting themselves in the foot by indicting Trump on more charges. No less than Barack Hussein Obama has realized that this tactic is not working.


Unbeknownst to John Q. Public, Obama had a secret lunch with Biden earlier this summer,


Obama voiced concern about Donald Trump’s political strengths, including an intensely loyal following, a Trump-friendly conservative media ecosystem and a polarized country — underlining his worry that Trump could be a much stronger candidate than many Democrats realize. Really? He just realized that now?


Obama is able to read the tea leaves as well as being able to read the polls. Trump has a significant lead over his GOP rivals meaning he and Biden are essentially tied in a hypothetical rematch.


One has to wonder if there is another such match, will Biden even know he's running for president?


The scarier question is will all be subjected to another four years of Trump and the circus that comes with him? One has to wish that someone in the democratic party would wise up. Doesn't seem to be happening. All they keep doing is giving Trump more air. Pathetic.



At long last, the czar legault got a pill yesterday. A big, bitter one even if it's in the dog days of summer.


Quebec Superior Court Justice Sylvain Lussier called out czar legault's government for willfully ignoring minority rights, all while pretending to listen. It got much better for the anglo community:


“The court concludes from the evidence that the government did not respect the rules of meaningful consultation. It did not make efforts to retain the concerns of the anglophone community. It didn’t provide crucial information in a useful amount of time to allow representatives to know the intentions of the government and to react. It did not collect information allowing it to understand the needs of the minority.”


The judge also expounded on the delicate balance between individual and minority rights and collective ones, which Legault often uses to justify various draconian measures:


“Minorities don’t have a veto, of course, but they do have an expectation of having their rights respected. And the majority must have a reasonable justification for overriding the concerns of the minority.”


We sincerely hope that the international media picked this up as it is a major embarrassment to the czar and we all know that what he despises most is not being the hero in public. Right now he looks like exactly what he is: a power-hungry, arrogant dictator.


The US Women's soccer team made headlines at the World Cup as they remained silent during the playing of The Star-Spangled Banner ahead of their match against Portugal. Seems we heard this story from this team before.


In contrast, Portugal's players all sang proudly as their anthem was played.

Too bad nobody in the US has the kahoonas to tell those women that they are no longer welcome in the US. If they hate their country so much that they want to publicly humiliate America by not singing the anthem then they don't deserve to live there.


Our suggestion is that they move, lock stock and barrel to Cuba and see how the other half lives. Or any of these countries - Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Libya, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan, and Syria where there are active civil wars going on.


Spoiled, pretentious arrogant children who don't know how good they have it. Good riddance to them all.


Can someone please explain why migrants are being bused to New York and other major US cities when there is no place to house them?


What exactly is the point of allowing people into the country if there is nowhere for them to live? Who is controlling this? Biden? He's in a coma. Kamala Harris? She's has the brain of the scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz.


So who's in charge of the immigration portfolio in the US? U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the comprehensive management, control, and protection of our nation's borders, combining customs, immigration, border security, and agricultural protection at and between official ports of entry.


But who's in charge of them? Biden. And who's ignoring the constant influx of immigrants to major US cities? Biden. And who doesn't know what's happening anyway? Biden.


What's the point of allowing people into the US if they have nowhere to live but on the street? And he's the only democratic candidate running for president? Boggles the mind.


Good Shabbos

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