by Professor Zorkophsky, ©2021 

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(Jul. 10, 2021) — “I Love You” (2:37)

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. Today we’re in for a real treat; yes, indeed, for today we have a Constitutional scholar who wishes to remain anonymous. According to a prearranged agreement, I’m to address our guest as ‘Professor Detergent’; isn’t that correct?”

“You hit the nail on the head, Professor Zorkophsky.”

“Please, Professor Detergent, call me ‘Zork,’ as I feel it makes for a more relaxing atmosphere.”

“Okay, Zork, you got it.”

“What’s the story on some of these law enforcement types masquerading as GESTAPO agents; what do you make of it?”

“Do you want the truth or do you want a bowl full of pabulum?”

“As long as you call the election a total fraud and January 6 a protest; the Dems are nothing more than operatives of the CCP; then we’ll handle the truth. Now, if you advocate for taking the vaccine and CRT taught anywhere on this planet, then we have one heck of a serious problem at hand, right now, you and I.”

“Funny, I was just about to say the same thing. So, we’re on the same page and we hope the viewers are, too. By decertifying the votes for a few States, the Electoral College votes swing in Trump’s favor, ergo, he wins and is our president – which he is anyway – but this time Morning Joe, The View, Maxine Waters and all the rest of The Swamp will have to eat it, and good riddance to them all, especially the FBI and the rest of the Deep State.”

“Which brings us to the question of unlawful orders. Any thoughts on the subject?”

“I believe I do have a few thoughts about illegal gun confiscation, illegal searches and seizures, and using the excuse of ‘only following orders’* as a legitimate legal defense for violating someone’s Constitutional rights.”

“Well, out with it: tell us your thoughts.”

“Okay, I’ll tell you: a person using the authority of the State in an illegal manner automatically loses the protection of the State. In other words, any officer of the court can not use their implied power to conduct unlawful acts.”

“This time in English, if you would, please.”

“A policeman cannot harass a citizen for a thought; cannot harass someone for an opinion as long as it does not endanger another citizen. For instance, Tlaib and Omar cannot go around demanding that churches and synagogues be burnt to the ground and all Jews and Christians killed.”

“But they do.”

“And Maxine Waters advocates attacking Trumpsters at ‘gasoline stations,’ and that’s the point: they do overstep the law; they do overreach the law; and they do break the law.”

“But they get away with it; why, just look at the Attorneys General of Michigan and Georgia.”

“Yes, and, in my mind’s eye, I’m picturing them in a docket trying to weasel their way out of the hole that they’ve dug for themselves.”

“So we’re back to the ‘if you do not punish the lawbreakers, you might as well hand the USA over to the CCP’; is that what you were going to say?”

“Word for word.”

“Okay, so the bottom line is that if we don’t do mass incarcerations of those responsible for the voter fraud, from precinct volunteers to governors, we might as well be whistling Dixie. And that’ll do it and so, on behalf of our guest, Professor Detergent, this is Zork wishing you all a goodnight: Goodnight.

“Good show.”

“Excuse me, Zork, I know we’re off the air, but I like to say that these federal employees who are aiding and abetting these illegal border crossings are breaking the law; they are as guilty as those who traffic in underage girls for outrageous money. The condo market in Florida is alive and well; trust me.”

“So these corrupt cops and border agents are making all the good ones look bad?”

“That’s right. But even if they are not paid-off by the human trafficking cartels, they are receiving orders to ‘look the other way.’

“Which they do.”

“Which they do, and they know exactly why they are doing it, too. And what makes it bad, it’s gotten to the point that they can’t trust their fellow agents, I mean, if you can’t trust your partner to watch your back, it makes for a very bad work environment, which is bad anyway by definition.”

“Burger time: my treat.”

[*‘only following orders’: the first one to prosecute would be Mike Pence who, because he is the archetypical ‘snake-in-the-grass,’ would set the tone for all who come after him, the Judas. Look, Pence says he’s a Christian, but the VP doesn’t stab his president in the back. It has taken 2,000 years for Judas to meet his match, and it had to happen in our lifetime.]

[Little People paratrooper update: this weekend they are bivouacked at the Alpaca enclosure at the Salisbury Zoo in Maryland. Stop by to say hello and drop off a donation to the zoo at the entrance, if you would, please.]

Moonlight Gambler” (2:56)

Professor “Trash the masks” Zorkophsky

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