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“The Last Supper” by Carl Bloch depicting Judas Iscariot in right forefront, public domain

(Nov. 22, 2020) — “Francis Goya Nostalgia Live” (2:57)

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. Today we are welcoming the world-famous commentator, Sir Jeffery, who has been known to comment on everything under the sun. Tell us, Sir Jeffery, what was your most outrageous comment to date?”

“Please, Roving, call me ‘Sir’; after all, that’s what my mother called me.”

“You mean your name is ‘Sir,’ for real?”

“Yep, my parents wanted royalty so they had me. Now to answer your question, my most outrageous comment was when I saw this man walk a tightrope across 5th Avenue.”

“Well, don’t keep us hangin’; what did you say?”

“I yelled, ‘Feets, don’t fail me now!’”

“Was that supposed to be funny, because if it was, it wasn’t that funny.”

“No, it was supposed to be a ‘comment,’ that’s all. Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill; don’t read any more into it that isn’t there; don’t play victim and whine if you don’t get your way. You know what? I truly feel sorry for the next generation believing that they’ll get something for nothing when, in fact, what they’ll get is nothing for nothing.”

“You mean like removing the flag over South Carolina’s State capitol?”

“Look at it this way: the Confederate Battle Flag was a symbol for individual rights and the heck with a strong centralized federal government, but the people want Socialism so Nikki Haley* joined the long line to the showers, just as the millions who preceded her.”

“But I thought she was a Republican.”

“She is a full-fledged RINO, is what she is. No backbone. It’s what you get when you have foreigners in politics: no admiration of history.”

“But wasn’t the Civil War fought over slavery?”

“Get real: the institution of slavery was on its way out with the invention of labor-saving devices of which the steam engine, both on land and sea, was just the tip of the iceberg; add the cotton gin and interchangeable parts and it’s a whole new ballgame. Why, the conclusion of the Civil War was a foregone conclusion even before it started. Did you know that there were factories in New England that made furniture – and nothing but – during the whole Civil War? The North was fighting with one hand behind their back.”

“Doesn’t say much for the South, does it?”

“On the contrary, what should’ve been over in a heartbeat went on for four terrible years; flushed half our gene pool, is what it did. Horrible. No, the Southerners have nothing to be ashamed of, but the Northerners should be because of the carpetbaggers. The very worst that could’ve happened to the South was the assassination of Lincoln: he would have administered a fair shake to the Southerners instead of what they got: taken to the cleaners by the crooks from the North.”

“So let me ask you this: any comments about FOX NEWS?”

“I was really, but really, disappointed in one of their top personalities. I’m not going to mention him by name, but of all FOX’s employees, it was he who I thought had the most integrity; that is, when he’s not just chasing the money just as Judas did not that long ago, when you think about it.”

“Two thousand years not long?”

“Okay: a ways ago; sometime in the past; quite a few years ago, okay? Point is, he caved. I wonder if, when the wife looks at him, she sees the man she married or the man that he sold out to.”

“A question that only she can answer, and with that we’ll be wishing you all a goodnight: Goodnight.

“Good show. Burger time. My treat.”

[*Nikki Haley: so if we put our heads in the sand everything will be okay: is that the mindset these days? Ignorance is bliss? Our country’s heritage erased: out of sight, out of mind. But whatever you do, don’t tell the truth about our government lying, and for proof just read The Pentagon Papers.]

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