Happy May Day, everyone! Yes, I know this holiday is a much bigger deal in the former Soviet Union, but it’s been getting traction since the illegitimate president was “elected” in a completely secure and fraud-free election. In the four months since the illegitimate president’s totally legitimate swearing in, he has implemented policy by fiat, abused executives orders, reopened the borders to anyone and everyone, and ordered the FBI and the DoJ to persecute his political enemies.
The good news is the illegitimate president has threatened to cancel Independence Day if Americans continue to decline the Covid vaccine, which also means we will not be able to see the T-34 tank parade down Pennsylvania Avenue. It also means we won’t be able to see him drool his way through a dementia-fueled speech, which is arguably the best gift he could give to the American people.
The country is suffering in ways I have never seen before. The pendulum may eventually swing back toward the right, but I fear free and fair elections are a thing of the past. Fight on, live your best life, and for the love of God, never, ever cooperate with federal law enforcement. They are not your friends.
I guess it could be worse. We could live on Greenland’s shores…
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Today is May 1st. This is the day Russian and Eastern Bloc communists watched while T-34 tanks and Katyusha rocket launchers rolled through Red Square in an ominous vision of Soviet might.
Nowadays, the event is polluted with demonstrations from millennials wearing pink pussy hats.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators are expected to take to the streets Monday in massive May Day events across the USA mostly protesting the policies of President Trump.
May Day — also known as International Worker’s Day — has spawned protests around the globe in past years highlighting workers’ rights. But on Monday, the impetus for the U.S. marches span from immigrants’ rights to LGBT awareness to police misconduct.
Instead of protesting about LGBT awareness – as if there is anyone on Earth who is not aware, and sick of, hearing about LBGT rights – maybe these snowflakes could stay home and read about Mariya Vasilyevna Oktyabrskaya. Who is she, you ask? She was one of the Soviet Union’s only tank drivers during WWII, risked her life for her crew on multiple occasions, and was posthumously awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union award.
Mariya did all that without whining about unequal pay or unisex bathrooms.
(Sorry about the previous version. I didn’t notice the beginning of the post was, um, missing.)