by Roving Reporter, ©2021 

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(Nov. 24, 2021) — “I Just Fell In Love Again” (2:54)

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. This year’s PTSD Symposium is at a secret location because the required talking points must have absolute backup with double and, sometimes, as the case may be, triple verification. Professor Zorkophsky of ‘Trash the masks’ fame is approaching the dais, so let’s sit back and listen to his talk.”

“Thank you for the nice applause. For those who don’t know me, I’m the preeminent author of PTSD, having written numerous bestsellers. Now I know selling books doesn’t make one an expert on anything, but it does make one a heck of a lot of money, which has to account for something. Now listen: because I am a bestselling author, I do have some expertise on how words are used.

“Words have power; make no mistake about it. We’ve all heard the phrase, ‘The pen is mightier than the sword,’ which was true before the advent of the World Wide Web. Since the birth of the Internet, the gun is more powerful than a bunch of us protesting against the Deep State, but as long as we have our guns, at least we still have a fighting chance. Remember: as long as we have our guns, we have a fighting chance.

“Yes, I know, we’re here to discuss the cure for PTSD. Let me make it short and sweet: there is no cure; the best we can hope for is to put it on the back burner; to put it away; to lock it up (hopefully) forever. Drugs, cigarettes, beer, wine, marijuana, heroin, cocaine and all the pills that the VA pushes don’t do squat as far as the concept of a cure, which, as previously stated, doesn’t exist. Choose group therapy, but not the VA clinical kind.

“Group therapy is when a group – three or more — get together socially without the burden* of ‘the better half’ hanging around. Now, let me be the first to say that the spouse is the most important ingredient for our recipe to keep the wolf (nightmares) at bay. Communication is the key, always has been and a pill (or drugs) is no substitute.

“Now I’d surely like to talk more about PTSD, but there are forces afloat which we need to address forthwith and we’ll tackle them after this short break.”

Sound of Music: Central Station Antwerp” (4:01)

“Nice, France, 2016, 84 people mowed down; more in NYC in 2017 on a jogging path; and more mowed in Waukesha, Wisconsin, 2021, on a Christmas parade route. So what’s the connection, if there is any? Is it asphalt? Tires? Or maybe the connection is the phase of the moon; maybe the cavalier attitude of taking a stranger’s life without any more concern or empathy than swatting a Blue Nile** infected mosquito?

“I’m of the school that believes that there are a lot of people out there who are definitely what we professional psychiatrists refer to as ‘unhinged.’ Now what makes a person become ‘unhinged?’ I contend that they have, and here’s another professional term, a ‘screw loose.’ We are not born with loose screws. When a person is born all the screws are nice and tight, at least most of them. I’ll have to interject that the only person who kept his screws tight they crucified.

Marjorie Taylor Greene is doing the job for which she signed up for, while those who do not support her efforts to make our country a better place are those with loose screws, the same loose screws as that murderer who mowed down those Christmas celebrators in that parade in Wisconsin.

“Some time ago, Vincent Price starred in a movie titled The Tinglerwhere it was discovered that a part of the brain, actually the top of the spinal column (stem), took control of the victim who was, basically, scared to death. It is my professional opinion that some of us have the same symptoms when it comes to Trump, which we call ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome.’ This deliberating syndrome, maybe not so surprisingly, is found in populations who take offense to what others think about — well, anything that they might disagree with.

“Maybe some believe in the Golden Rule while others, who do not believe in the Golden Rule, for some obscure excuse, want to murder, or plant evidence, or withhold evidence, or manufacture evidence against those who do not believe in what they do, or in the same way that they do but maybe not to the same extent that they do, that they have some warped sense to murder.

“Because of the horrific event in Waukesha, Wisconsin, our country became a little — no, make that a lot worse off than it ever was. It was Barry Soetoro (aka Obama***), along with his sidekick, AG Eric Holder, who totally destroyed all the positive gains we thought about ourselves as Americans.

“We embraced Dr. Martin Luther King’s, Jr., philosophy about judging a person by the ‘strength of their character‘ (2:18), but today’s woke Dems, BLM, ANTIFA and other idiots (for example, Rashida Tlaib) wouldn’t allow Dr. King or, for that matter, JFK on the same stage. The Dems of yesterday are long gone: welcome to today’s Democratic Socialist Party of America.

“That’s how far America has gone down: we now view the victim as ‘deserving’ and the lawbreaker as the ‘injured party’ for being forced to steal and inflict bodily harm: ‘Give me your car or I’ll kill you, and I may kill you anyway because, no matter what I do, I’ll walk.’

“The solution? One well-aimed bullet will stop a thief; one well-aimed bullet will stop a riot. Someone pointing a gun – or, face it, a syringe (The Jab) – at you, you have the right to protect yourself.

“And that’s all I want to say at this time. If you got PTSD, find a friend and stay away from the VA; I know, I used to work there. The America that we knew is gone and we’ll have to change our ways if we want to get her back and keep her. The New World Order is knocking at our door, or, in some cases, using a battering ram.

“The Deep State demands that everyone have an ID card – Papers, please’ – and is using The Jab as a convenient way to make everyone get a government identity card. Do not confuse an identity card with a voter registration card, although they could be interchangeable: remember the power of words. Thank you for the invitation and for being such an attentive audience. Goodbye.” 

 “And that’ll do it for us, too. Thank you for watching (or reading), so I’ll be wishing you all a goodnight: Goodnight.

“Good show. Burger time: my treat.”

[*Burden: In a good way, understand?]
[**Blue Nile: Like COVID, Blue Nile is a virus: masks do not protect against a virus.]
[Little People report: on standby; communication blackout.]

I’ll Remember You” (4:07)

Roving Reporter

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