Katrina241 1 point ago +1 / -0

Great side-by-side!

It's hard to tell who's taller there.

Maybe Trump by a *hair

Katrina241 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Senate Sergeant at Arms who was charged with securing the Capitol building on January 6 has died under circumstances that are still a mystery.

“Fox confirms that Michael Stenger, the Senate Sergeant at Arms who was in charge of Senate security the day of the Capitol riot, has died,” Fox News’ Chad Pergram reported.

more at link


Katrina241 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you for asking nicely.

Gab constantly disappeared my covid gabs. They'd only stick around for a few minutes and the poof gone.

They put my posts on a delay of some sort. I would 'send' my posts only they wouldn't show up for hours...and sometimes never.

Covid was the worse...but there were other topics off the table as well.

Katrina241 3 points ago +3 / -0

What an article!!!!

Loved it.

I've been censored on gab for years, and caught a lot of flak for saying so.

I believe this research could be on to something.

Katrina241 10 points ago +10 / -0

Thank you for sharing your story.

You are an overcomer with a strong will.

Many are going to read your story and be inspired by it.

You serve The Lord through this testimoney.

Way to MAGA!

Katrina241 1 point ago +1 / -0

You've got 11 updoots as of this typing.

I want to take them all away.

For you, on this glorious day, to wallow in the misery mud long enough to surface with a fearful take on all that had to transpire to get here...is disgusting.

I think you're not even MAGA

You're the opposition to all that's good and worthy.

Go sit on the stairs and take a time out. FFS.

Katrina241 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you.

I did do a search here but I didn't dig back six months.

I tried to figure out the age of the link but not savvy enough to do that.

I will remove my post.

Katrina241 1 point ago +1 / -0

Where's your sauce?

Show me where this has been posted in this format.

Every other time I've seen this you had to download the material.

Since the search feature didn't pop anything up in the past ten days for this I have no way of knowing.

Katrina241 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you. I didn't know where to go to look. I'm glad you did.

I looked but am utterly disgusted by what pops up for searches any more. I even used Brave, but all top searches for several pages had a decided leftist lean.

Katrina241 1 point ago +1 / -0

Executive Orders The authority for governors to issue executive orders is found in state constitutions and statutes as well as case law, or is implied by the powers assigned to state chief executives. Governors use executive orders—certain of which are subject to legislative review in some states—for a variety of purposes, among them to:

trigger emergency powers during natural disasters, energy crises, and other situations requiring immediate attention;


Katrina241 4 points ago +4 / -0

This post begins as a copy of the words with a link to the post.

Here is the video of Kari Lake stating these points

In the video she leaves out the part about arresting the illegal aliens.


Katrina241 1 point ago +2 / -1

Instead of getting your back hairs up it would be better to explain how to do that.

I personally only know how to bring the link over here. TS does not provide a separate link to video.

If you are saying no one can see it if everyone can't see it you're just wrong.

I don't know a single person who feels intimidated by threats of downvoting.

Katrina241 1 point ago +1 / -0

In a joint statement on Monday, Bennett and Lapid said they will introduce a bill to dissolve the Knesset (Israel's parliament) next week. Elections will likely be held in October.

Reporting out of Israel suggests that Bennett and Lapid were seeking to initiate an election on their own terms, as opposed to being forced into one by opposition leader and former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The government was fragile due to the fundamental ideological differences present in its eight constituent parties.

Lapid will now become caretaker prime minister until the election, at which time a new government will come into power. Subsequently, it will be Lapid who greets Joe Biden when the U.S. president visits Israel next month.

Bennett's government defeated two votes of no confidence in the Knesset on Monday afternoon, despite a powerful opposition coalition.

Katrina241 3 points ago +3 / -0

Be aware this article is a bit left leaning..., pointing out all the ways sheriffs can exploit their powers...but it seems to do a fine job of enumerating those powers.

What we need, as @Fletch17 on TS says:

"We need more Constitutional Sheriffs."

A terrific resource, but much too comprehensive to copy paste entire article here.

Just click out of the pop-up and article will show.


Katrina241 4 points ago +4 / -0

New Video Surfaces Revealing the Disturbing Reason Biden Actually Crashed His Bike

“You can see, as Joe gets up, he starts talking to someone, bending down, talking to someone in the crowd.”

...“here you can see a ponytail.”

“he’s talking to a small girl & photos surfaced afterwards showing the two of them together,”

... the backstory behind why Biden actually fell is even more embarrassing. This presidency is an utter bike wreck.


Katrina241 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm with Patel Patriot on this matter:

Patel Patriot

@patelpatriot [ts]

I don't think an intelligent conversation is in the realm of possibility with anybody who actually thinks not voting is a legitimate solution. This falls in the same category of people openly calling for a violent overthrow.

These are unacceptable lines of thought, counterproductive to the success of our movement, and they need to be removed from the conversation.

I will block anybody I see pushing either talking points no questions asked.


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