Catch PART 2 of my discussion on Free America Now with former Maine Senator Eric Brakey. We chat about what makes New Hampshire such an amazing place to live, work, and stay.
Some may recall that a few months ago, I asked why blood banks were avoiding vaxxed blood. I don’t remember if I caught an actual ban, or got a warning or what, but I know they don’t want you to know the following…
For context… The pic above is the response from the Red Cross to the following post. She says in the thread that they did NOT donate through the Red Cross… so why did the Red Cross chime in?
Here is the OP: “My husband gave blood today. They only test the unvaxxed for antibodies & if they have them, they use their blood as treatment for those at risk of adverse outcomes. Why can’t they use blood of vaxxed who also had Covid? Real question for MDs. What’s wrong with vaxxed blood?”
First, note from the picture above, the Red Cross’s “That’s untrue” off the bat. This is a device designed to prime your brain to discount the OP.
But then, if you read on, and are able to parse out the confusing double-speak, you will note they do eventually say they are indeed NOT using vaxxed blood right now… WHY IS THAT???
My husband gave blood today. They only test the unvaxxed for antibodies & if they have them, they use their blood as treatment for those at risk of adverse outcomes. Why can’t they use blood of vaxxed who also had Covid? Real question for MDs. What’s wrong with vaxxed blood?— Jennifer Sey (@JenniferSey) April 19, 2022
We cover yesterday’s order rescinding the CDC’s transportation mask mandate. We also cover Manchester’s fire pit ordinances, keeping the streets clean, and a lot more!
Back in January, I was honored to sit down with former Maine Senator Eric Brakey on his show Free America Now. In this hour-long discussion cut into 2 parts, we chat about what makes the Free State of New Hampshire so wonderful and special. This is Part 1.
Back from a week off and raring to go! Fans of the show know that arm gesture means we’re talking about failing public schools again. The more they spend, the worse it gets, so maybe, just maybe, stop? Also, is it possible that all homicides in NH in the past 6 months have been police shooting civilians? [NOTE: the murder rate in NH is VERY LOW to start with, but still…]
This week, I discuss the Oscar-worthy performances of Will Smith and Chris Rock after ‘The Slap,” how this was a violation of the Non-Aggression Principle, and maaaaybe I throw in a new Big Pharma conspiracy prediction for good measure! I also cover what’s up with the son of the Top Dog’s super shady laptop… Did the New York Times admit that Hunter Biden’s laptop is authentic, contains extremely damning evidence, and yet… crickets? Tune in to find out!
This week, I am joined by Rachel Goldsmith from the New Hampshire Chapter of Mom’s for Liberty. We talk about teachers’ unions, literacy rates, and other ways schools are failing their students. Rachel tells us about some upcoming events and ways to get involved to improve the lives of all our students!
Got this FABULOUS bracelet at Revolution on Sunday after I stopped in White River Junction on the way back from Barre, VT where I delivered the keynote of the VT LP Convention. Normally, I’m one of those drivers that just likes to get where I’m going, but I am trying to listen better to the voice in my head when it suggests indulgences like side-quests.
Before I got canceled from the NH Writer’s Project, I organized several NH Literary Festivals across the state. One of these was held in WRJ, even though it is technically in VT. I had to go to bat for holding the festival there, and since then, WRJ has held a special place in my heart.
I was delighted to see the tiny coffeehouse, Tuckerbox, has grown into a thriving, huuuuge restaurant. Even happier to learn Kim Souza, owner of Revolution, is now serving as selectman. Glad I listened to the voice reminding me it is actually both the destination and the journey that matter, and that trying to achieve balance in all things leads to happiness and success! (And beautiful bracelets!)
Man, today was crazy! This Laconia Sun article came out, and other than them spelling my name wrong… twice!… it’s not too biased: Who are the free staters? I also did an interview with Tom Woods that will drop tomorrow. We’re planning to make it a quarterly thing: Dispatches from The Woods, maybe?!? And also, it is the 12th year anniversary of my arrest for filming cops in public. I prevailed, four years later.
This week, I chatted to the one and only Tom Woods about the goings on in the Free State of New Hampshire. Clearly, as you will see at the start, I was unable to get my magic editing faeries to help, but there you have it!