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Getting In On The Housing Bonanza, Investors Willing To Take A Loss

A weekend topic starting with Vice. “Zillow is doing a $450 million bond deal to get the money it needs. Opendoor went public to scale as quickly as it can. Even Rocket Homes is getting into the action. The race is on among tech firms to gobble up U.S. housing stock and dominate the increasingly competitive high-tech house-flipping market, otherwise known as the fast-growing ‘iBuyer’ industry.”

“‘There’s almost an arms race to get the most inventory possible,’ said Daren Blomquist, vice president of market economics at Auction.com, who described the state of the iBuyer market as ‘almost frenzied.’ ‘It’s less about making money off that inventory, at least initially, and more about who can get the most inventory the fastest.'”

“Mike DelPrete, a scholar-in-residence at the University of Colorado Boulder who studies the iBuyer market, found that iBuyers have recently shifted ‘to a free-for-all, acquire at any cost strategy.’ At present, both Opendoor and Zillow’s homes division are losing money in the process.”

“After going public last year, Opendoor has now expanded into more than 40 markets and purchased 8,500 homes in the second quarter, more than any other quarter by almost 50%. The company, which is reportedly searching out a new $2 billion revolving credit facility, also announced this week that it is now willing to purchase the majority of homes in every one of its current markets.”

“Zillow announced similarly ambitious plans during its recent earnings call. While it bought only 3,800 homes in the second quarter, Zillow is gearing up to scale massively through the rest of 2021, saying that it expects its Homes division to bring in around $1.4-1.5 billion in revenue next quarter, roughly double what the division made this quarter.”

“To finance the growth, Zillow is borrowing $450 million through a bond deal to be able to buy and sell more homes—the first such deal of its kind, according to Bloomberg. (The original deal was for $300 million, but due to investors’ interest in getting in on the U.S. housing bonanza, Zillow reportedly increased its size.)”

From AZ Big Media. “The share of homes for sale with a price drop rose for the fifteenth consecutive week to 4.9%, according to Redfin. Home sellers are also beginning to notice that the market is no longer heating up, and buyers are seeing that homes are staying on the market a little longer—a median 17 days—as more homeowners are listing their homes and at more realistic prices.”

“Asking prices have eased back to where they were in May, and while they are still being bid up half of the time, homes are selling for less of a premium above list price than they were last month. Overall, the market is becoming more balanced and following typical seasonal trends.”

“‘For the first time in over a year, homebuyers don’t need to feel rushed,’ said Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather. ‘Although the market still feels tight and competitive, the number of homes for sale keeps creeping up as more homes are listed. Those home sellers are adjusting their price expectations or seeing their homes sit on the market. There could be even more listings coming on the market as mortgage forbearance ends and homeowners with missed payments decide to sell.'”

A reader sent this in: “I stumbled across something I thought you would be interested in. On Zillow.com, I searched for Zillow-owned properties for sale by selecting the filter ‘Zillow Owned?’ under the ‘more’ button. By selecting this, I removed all other listings so it would only display the Zillow-owned properties.”

“After doing so, I began selecting properties on the map. More times than not, the property was substantially reduced. I then selected ‘price and tax history’ on the property and I could clearly see Zillow was either willing to take a loss or is willing to run an extremely tight profit margin on the majority of their Zillow-owned properties.”

“Here’s an example of what I checked out in Denver; 7637 E Mineral Dr, Centennial CO  80112. After you go to this page, click on or scroll to ‘price and tax history.’ You can clearly see the narrow spread Zillow is willing to take. And go figure, the properties are being listed for less than their ‘Z estimates.’ FYI- I have searched for properties on Opendoor.com and looked at their Zillow or Realtor.com listing and have also noticed they are reducing the prices of their listings by substantial amounts as well.”

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  1. The reader sent me this email 5 days ago. The shack highlighted had another price cut yesterday:

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/7637-E-Mineral-Dr-Centennial-CO-80112/13141309_zpid/

    6/1/2021 Sold to Zillow $575,500 $397/sqft

    This home was evaluated, repaired and prepared for listing by Zillow partners

    6/13/2021 Listed for sale $614,900 (+6.8%) $425/sqft

    6/25/2021 Price change $604,900 (-1.6%) $418/sqft

    7/9/2021 Price change $592,900 (-2%) $409/sqft

    7/23/2021 Price change $579,900 (-2.2%) $400/sqft

    7/30/2021 Price change $564,900 (-2.6%) $390/sqft

    8/13/2021 Price change $549,900 (-2.7%) $380/sqft

    Add another a$$ pounding to the zesticlowns! They’ve been losing money like this since they started flipping. Oh but prices are red hotcakes, up 30-40 percent or more! Sure.

      1. So are all these “real estate” type companies just sucking up the equity caused by price inflation caused by such ridiculously low interest rates? Do the individuals that run these organizations really not know how this is going to end? Will the US get back to some semblance of fiscal sanity after this coming crash? It is all so crazy to watch.

        1. Do the individuals that run these organizations really not know how this is going to end?

          They probably figure that the Fed has their back.

    1. When will somebody in CONgress finally say “enough is enough with all the FED-induced bubbles?” This is a piss poor way to manage an economy. Bubble, bust, bubble, bust, bubble bust – it’s ridiculous.

  2. ‘The race is on among tech firms to gobble up…high-tech house-flipping market’

    What’s tech about putting out I buy ugly shacks signs? Doing what tech does best and throwing money down a rat hole? Phony fed bucks looking for a place to die is a real phenomenon.

    1. tech

      An app, access to Silly Valley VC money, then moron money via IPO. Wealth transfer accomplished.

    2. What’s tech about putting out I buy ugly shacks signs?

      They have a website, that makes them “tech”, I guess.

  3. You know we live in an era of fantasy reporting. I heard about this yesterday and found this article:

    ‘A COVID-19 outbreak that has partially shut one of the world’s busiest container ports…A major terminal at Ningbo-Zhoushan, the world’s third-busiest port, was closed Wednesday after a worker tested positive for the Delta variant of the coronavirus’

    That’s right: one worker. And I’d bet that was made up. But we’re supposed to believe that. A couple of days ago I saw this local TV thing showing ICU beds in Texas. Big cities are down to 2 or 3 beds!

    Except I happen to know it’s a gotdam lie. Why are they still making this sh$t up? And why is the media participating?

    1. Because nearly everyone is spineless. I had the misfortune of having to walk in HomeCheapo last week…. Big signs at entrance saying masks required. Fawk that… I kept on rolling. Say 2 of 5 people inside wearing masks. I head to the desk and 3 guys behind it wearing masks…one said you need a mask… I said yeah ok wheres the Rectorseal cuz my operator just pulled a gas lateral out of the ground down the street so that’s a little more important than your bullshit mask.

      I got my rectorseal and walked out….. without a mask.

      1. “. . .so that’s a little more important than your bullshit mask. I got my rectorseal and walked out….. without a mask.”

        that’s pretty damn awesome, Mafia Blocks! I wish my luck was similar but it seems if I deviate from the script I earn a swarm of ” Get on the ground, GET ON THE GROUND!!!!!!!” responders.

        give’ em hell compadre’

      2. Good for you Mafia!

        In my extremely liberal, 100% masked-up (and mask-mandated) enclave, I went through the grocery store without a mask. No one said anything until the teenage check-out clerk, who kept asking me, “Can you put your mask on please?” I said no, I’m sorry, I can’t. “Why not?” Civil disobedience. She just asked again, because there’s really no response to a polite, firm, direct refusal. My family still can’t believe it didn’t turn into a huge scene.

        Truthfully, I probably would have taken the easy route and worn a mask. But earlier at the drugstore, one of the older clerks – whose nametag said he was a military veteran – was checking people out without a mask! A corporate employee refusing to comply, despite the county mandate, his bosses, and the hundreds of judgmental, entitled people he meets at the checkout counter all day long? If he can do that, we all can.

        I saw a speech from Dr. Simone Gold where she said: by standing up for ourselves, we’re standing up for others and giving people an example to follow. So I owe a debt to the drugstore veteran – standing firm is clearly contagious. I guess we never know who we inspire by our actions.

      3. At my son’s school they’ve got first graders wandering around the busy parking/pickup area to find their rides because parents aren’t allowed on campus. It’s one hell of a real risk I hope isn’t being repeated at other schools.

      1. This testimony by this Medical Worker is the reason why data sucks. The bribery going on in the medical system and the collusion is evident.
        32 elderly dying directly after the shot should of been reported as vaccine deaths.
        I have heard other whistleblower testimony from hospital workers that are the same as this testimony. Also testimony about people not given viable life saving meds in favor of death by respirator. A Medical system that would be this corrupted by the Powers that be , doesn’t care about your life.
        The state of the Medical system is one that is in collusion with the Narrative and that’s criminal and its causing death and harm.
        Than, the Doctors/Scientists and nurses that do object are censored, threatened and cancelled.
        Dr Fleming is another Dr. who was testing medications early on . Out of 1800 patients given 5 different med. protocols, this group only had 3 deaths. And its all relatively cheap medications.
        Interesting how much the tax payers dollars are being looted by this Medical System and Big Pharmacy over this epic Medical fraud.
        And don’t tell me that these preventable deaths don’t constitute murder for money.
        I saw testimony by a women who saved her husband by demanding medications because the Hospital just wanted to put him on a respirator. He got out in 3 days by medications verses the Dr Fauci, / CDC useless deny treatment insanity.
        Its all collusion by a bunch of Monopolies and Foreign rivals , that rigged the election and brought on a Medical Fraud to take over the US and other Countries in lock step.
        Lets face it the inaccurate PCR test should of been your first clue along with suppression of meds and fake and censored news.
        These psychopaths that have masterminded this assault against humanity deserve to be tried in a International Court for their epic crimes of harm, murder and destruction . Now they are trying to come after those that aren’t complying to their massive fraudent tactics. This is no different than a military operation designed to enslave the populations and take all freedom and usher in a dictorship by injection .

        1. “a military operation designed to enslave the populations and take all freedom and usher in a dictorship by injection.”

          Plus a stolen election. It all happened in the same year.

          At this point I don’t think we can separate the two, considering all we know about the denial of therapeutics, the pushing of vaccines and variants, the lockdown destruction of the economy, the judiciary’s continued dereliction of duty to protect the Constitution, and the mass censorship. We’re not at war with anybody but the globalist deep state has clearly began a war against us, with mass casualties on our side.

          1. “…the judiciary’s continued dereliction of duty…”

            They’re making it up in real-time as needed these days.

      2. +1 for posting Bitchute links.

        YouTube, and all corporate media / social media permit nothing but globalist approved narratives.

      3. “I’ve seen 32 elderly people pass away immediately after taking the Moderna vaccine.”

        Logan’s Run!

    2. showing ICU beds in Texas

      The Texas Tribune had to issue the following:

      Correction, Aug. 12, 2021: An earlier version of this story overstated the number of children who have been hospitalized in Texas recently with COVID-19. The story said over 5,800 children had been hospitalized during a seven-day period in August, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That number correctly referred to children hospitalized with COVID-19 since the pandemic began. In actuality, 783 children were admitted to Texas hospitals with COVID-19 between July 1 and Aug. 9 of this year.

      1. The CDC had to roll back its FL numbers after getting called out but only after the Sunday morning shows got a chance to trash DeSantis. Lies travel faster than corrections.

        1. ** “Lies travel faster than corrections”
          RPR

          ” A lie will gallop halfway around the globe before the truth has time to pull it’s breeches on.”
          Cordell Hull

          thanks to Bob Barker & The Price is Right show advertising for showcase #2, I have a fully stocked wardrobe of Sans-A-Belt pants for better odds.

      2. ‘783 children were admitted to Texas hospitals with COVID-19 between July 1 and Aug. 9’

        I’d bet 5 bucks that’s a made up lie too. Most kids don’t even know they have the CCP virus.

        Note the fearmongering while they ignore Drs. McCullough and Zelenko entirely. (Except for suing them or trying to ruin them). We don’t even need a vaccine and what they are forcing on people isn’t a vaccine.

    3. Except I happen to know it’s a gotdam lie. Why are they still making this sh$t up? And why is the media participating?

      Because they want to do to us what they’ve done to the Australians: house arrest with a $5000 fine if you venture out. Remember when people in the UK were being arrested for picnicking on a solitary meadow?

    4. SoUtah:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQczD7K_ESs&list=PLCPZYvs51rzb8iTnJmy-i0A0SzY0j5gOV&index=5

      I’ve butted heads (during public forums) with a few of these Commissioners in the past. However, it’s nice to see them on the right side of this issue relating to mandates and masks which is basically the right to do whatever you think is best as an individual without the local government being involved.

      Washington County Sheriff’s Department is also in agreement with the Commission and has stated so on the public record.

      I didn’t wear a mask over the last year anywhere in the County and nobody (at a business or an individual) ever once bothered me about it.

  4. Letter to the editor: Stop coddling opponents of vaccination

    ‘Orlando E. Delogu’s “get tough on anti-vaccinators” commentary (Maine Voices, Aug. 9) was right on and is long past due. At this point, COVID infection, to a degree requiring hospitalization, is almost entirely avoidable with vaccination. Insurance needs to stop covering the medical costs of the unvaccinated, which result in increasing insurance premiums for all of us.’

    ‘For those who say the vaccine is approved only for emergency use: OK, going forward, if you get sick with COVID, sorry – no very effective experimental monoclonal antibody treatments for you, which cost over $3,500 per dose. This policy will also have the added benefit of lowering housing costs by putting more on the market as the unvaccinated must sell to cover their uninsured medical expenses.’

    ‘And enough of this “It’s an issue of freedom and liberty” stuff! My father was drafted early in World War II into the Army Air Corps. Near the beginning of the war, at a loss rate of nearly 10 percent, many of his fellow airmen didn’t survive the war. No choice on the matter to fly or not. If you didn’t show, it was desertion punishable by imprisonment and execution.’

    ‘Plus, early in the war, there was fear that Germany would use mustard gas, as was used in World War I. Everyone was issued a mustard gas suit and a gas mask. On Wednesdays, you had to wear the extremely hot gear. If you didn’t, MPs driving around in jeeps would launch tear gas grenades your way.’

    ‘Stop the coddling of anti-vaxxers and get this pandemic over.’

    Carl Wilcox
    New Gloucester

    https://www.pressherald.com/2021/08/12/letter-to-the-editor-stop-coddling-opponents-of-vaccination/

    Written under his urine soaked mattress.

    1. Not sure why you think the author was under a mattress. Looks to me like just wants to hang it up and let the unvaxxed gain natural by simply getting Delta. I’m seeing quite a bit of this sentiment from both sides.

      1. “hang it up and let the unvaxxed gain natural by simply getting Delta.”

        RN at a local hospital told me 50% of the Covid patients are double vaccinated. Also talked about the large number of migrants who recently crossed the border who have been brought to the area being part of the problem.

        The migrant thing lines up with what my friends son who is a Border Patrol agent said about all the border crossers being packed together coughing and sneezing with non sneezing migrants, processed and shipped out all over the country. From what I have seen in my part of Region IV Florida is getting more than its share of these border crossers.

      2. The writer is a paid propagandist. A “real journalist” who was told by the editor to write that “letter”.

        They know that we know the vaccine is neither safe nor effective. So they resort to shaming and fear. So I don’t deserve an expensive monoclonal treatment if I’m one of the few to contract it. Big fat hairy deal. Over 30,000,000 in the US alone have recovered without them. And I also don’t buy that number either. According to them about 1 in 9 have had the bug. Of all the people I know, only one has had Covid. That’s like 1 out of 100+

        1. I believe that by this time, or even long ago, nearly everyone has been exposed to whatever is out there. Masks don’t work. Six feet away is a joke. Everyone has been to the store hundreds of times.

    2. get this pandemic over

      Wishful authoritarian thinking given these leaky “vaccines” don’t stop infection and transmission.

      1. Why would you want to stop infection and transmission? Just allow the infection and transmission to run rampant and let everybody get it. I’ve been advocating for re-opening for weeks now. Everybody gets exposed, everybody develops that whiz-bang natural immunity, done. The only difference the leaky injection makes is to reduce your symptoms and generally keep you out of the hospital,* overall. If you want to call the injection a “pre-treatment” (?) and not a vaccine, that’s ok. Or, if you want to forgo the injection and stock up on zinc and apple-flavored horse paste, that’s ok too. I’ve been advocating for the horse paste for months.

        The real authoritarian thinking is trying to contain an R0=6 virus with masks and the military. The workers bees at the CDC and FDA MUST know full well that NPIs will not prevent Delta from spreading. But at this point, I think they putting up a pretense. That is, they are containing people in general, in the name of trying to contain Delta.

        ————
        *no, you don’t need to bring up “Buh-but 50% of the patients are vaxxed!” I explained that false statistic a couple days ago.

    3. COVID infection, to a degree requiring hospitalization, is almost entirely avoidable with vaccination.

      Lie

      no very effective experimental monoclonal antibody treatments for you

      False equivalence between genetic juices and mAb treatments.

      Plenty of other false equivalences in this letter.

      1. Every piece of data coming out says that these injections may not prevent all infection, but they do largely prevent infections “to the degree of hospitalization,” 90+%. Explain how this is a lie.

        “Vaccine” = experimental
        monoclonal antibodies = experimental
        ———–
        The author’s opinion is: if you don’t want the one because it’s experimental, then you shouldn’t get the other because it too is experimental. Explain why this equivalence is false.

        1. If the majority of the populace is vaxxed, why are hospitals allegedly “bursting at the seams”? Of course, there is no way to personally verify such a claim. It’s not like the local hospitals are going to let me come in and inspect them.

          So either I trust the MSM or I don’t. Not a difficult choice, if you ask me. That said, we do have the testimony of medical providers on social media (at least until they are censored) who contradict the MSM’s reports. I find it very interesting that Vox Day’s website, which posted plenty of such links, was taken down. Also interesting the youtube censors such reports.

          But yeah, I’m supposed to trust those “real journalists” who are on the payroll of billionaires who are on record saying that we need to drastically reduce the world’s population.

          1. If the majority of the populace is vaxxed, why

            Because Delta has an R0 value of six. That means that Delta is finding EVERY unvaccinated person (theoretically), plus some vaccinated ones. Maryland 80% of 18+ has one shot. That still means that 20% of the adults will eventually be exposed, which is still a lot of people.

          2. That means that Delta is finding EVERY unvaccinated person

            If that was true, India would still be burning up. Per worldometer. India has had 32M cases out of 1.3B. Their daily new cases have plummeted from a high of 400K to about 40K. So much for infecting everyone.

          3. Even more reason to let it run rampant, I guess.

            It’s tough to get good numbers out of India. Cases are underreported, provinces are handing out ivermectin like candy, and there’s probably some inherent immunity and asymptomatic cases. But I think everyone will be exposed eventually.

        2. Hospitals are bursting, but not entirely from COVID patients.
          The beds were filling up with patients getting the elective surgeries and treatments that they had postpone from last year. Even if COVID adds only, say, 10% of acute/ICU bed, that’s enough to eat up any margin.

          Maryland publishes its hospitalization data online, so I guess you can judge how bursty they are. COVID patients are 7% of acute/ICU, so beds went from 84% full to 91% full. Not sure that’s “bursting,” but it’s not comfy. Maryland is a hi-vax state. A low-vax state would be even more strained.

          1. COVID patients are 7% of acute/ICU

            As long as anyone who goes to hospital and has to be tested for Covid no matter what brought them to the hospital is listed (if they test positive with the bogus test) as a Covid patient, it is all BS. Insisting on drawing “informed conclusions” on BS is, well, more BS. Persistent schooling of the rest of us with self taught expertise in BS is quite tedious.

          2. You’re right — for Maryland. Maryland counts a COVID case based only on a positive test, and does not appear to establish causality. But that 7.5% number is NOT BS; it’s an upper bound. OK, so 7.5% of the acute/ICU beds happen to test positive for SARS-CoV-2. And some % of those are in the hospital for some other reason. That means that even fewer patients in acute/ICU have COVID symptoms. That’s because MD is a high vax state and hospital admissions for COVID are low (but creeping up).

            Virginia appears to investigate causality before listing a patient as a breakthrough COVID. However, they don’t directly list ICU beds, and it’s not worth digging for more data for you.

    1. That’s what happens when you pack 40M into what is basically a desert. Sure, those 300+ days of sunshine and rainless weather are nice, but it comes at a cost. California shouldn’t have more than 15M people.

      But hey! Let’s open our borders and let even more people in. And while the Narrative is that they are “Climate change refugees” we all know they are here for the gibs.

        1. The Narrative is that Central America is being devastated by hurricanes and floods.

          I’ve noticed the MSM is turning up the volume on the climate change propaganda. I’m sure the gooberment has all kinds of fun restrictions in place for all of us: energy rationing comes to mind.

      1. CA is bordered by an inexhaustible body of water. It’s folly that they’re not using it to the extent necessary.

  5. “FYI- I have searched for properties on Opendoor.com and looked at their Zillow or Realtor.com listing and have also noticed they are reducing the prices of their listings by substantial amounts as well.”

    If all of these iBuyStupid companies are competing to outbid each other on stupidly high offers, it seems like a historically terrible time for Mom and Pop buyers to lock in a home purchase.

  6. “If all of these iBuyStupid companies are competing to outbid each other on stupidly high offers, it seems like a historically terrible time for Mom and Pop buyers to lock in a home purchase.”

    But it is a wonderful time for those Mom and Pop people who have already bought.

    The actions of a few of these crazies ends up creating lots of equity wealth for the vast multitudes who do nothing but exist.

    A true miracle!

  7. Because foreclosure dot com only sends me photos, I have to track down the address:

    $299,999 2 bd 1bt
    832 sqft
    7246 E Jolly Rogue Ln, Williams, AZ 86046

    https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/7246-E-Jolly-Rogue-Ln-Williams-AZ-86046/7372817_zpid/

    8/13/2021 Listed for sale $299,999 (+39.5%) $361/sqft

    10/17/2019 Listing removed $215,000 $258/sqft

    7/15/2019 Listed for sale $215,000 $258/sqft

    Again, it’s not in Williams, they call it Sherwood Forest or Sherwood Estates. All the street names have a corresponding cutsie name. I did mucho foreclosure work out there as it’s second shacks. It’s pretty country, but being on the incline up to Flagstaff (south of I 40), the storms from the west dump a lot of snow. No stores when I lived nearby. Dirt roads. The lenders spend a fortune plowing the driveways. You have to haul water to this beauty.

    Anyhoo the price history suggests cash out refi. So I guess they’re refi-ing shacks for hundreds of thousands in the enchanted forest again.

    1. “So I guess they’re refi-ing shacks”

      I got a Donk she ain’t go no equity,
      A cash out refi was her friend.
      I got a Donk she ain’t go no equity,
      A cash out refi was her friend.

      Stamping her feet in circles,
      Losses gonna rise like a bird up in the sky,
      Stamping her feet in circles,
      Losses gonna rise like a bird up in the sky.

      https://youtu.be/ghj5V5cUo1s
      Billy Preston – Will It Go Round in Circles

      Cape Coral, FL Housing Prices Crater 25% As Retirement And Vacation Property Prices Drop Like A Rock

      https://www.movoto.com/cape-coral-fl/market-trends/

      As one gulf coast broker explained, “Sellers were promised prices would never fall when they bought. They’re very disappointed right now.”

    2. cutsie name

      IIRC, there’s a Tolkien-themed community in Maryland that I stumbled across when I was interviewing for a position outside Frederick.

  8. At least 74 people on Martha’s Vineyard tested positive for Covid-19 since Obama’s party

    by Daily Mail
    August 14th 2021, 4:28 am

    The most cases on the island since April

    Paul Joseph Watson
    @PrisonPlanet

    Obama’s party was a super spreader event.

    “It’s OK when we do it!”

    63 people in Martha’s Vineyard test positive for Covid since Obama’s
    A total of 63 people in Martha’s Vineyard have tested positive for Covid-19 since former President Barack Obama’s 60th birthday on Saturday.
    dailymail.co.uk
    5:09 PM · Aug 13, 2021

    https://twitter.com/PrisonPlanet/status/1426289845568221187?s=20

    1. Today is Saturday, August 14th and Joe Biden is not the legitimately elected president of the United States.

      The 2020 election was stolen.

      P.S. I put some white electrical tape on my hard hat and wrote in all caps with a sharpie “THE 2020 ELECTION WAS STOLEN.”

      If I put that on my rear windshield here in Denver, my car would get keyed or my windows smashed or I’d get road raged or assaulted in a parking lot.

      If somebody tried starting some sh*t on a jobsite about it, they would get beat down by a mob of sparkies and plumbers. You can’t cancel me but we will be happy to cancel all of your teeth out of your mouth, commie trash 🙂

    2. 63 people in Martha’s Vineyard test positive for Covid since Obama’s

      And I’ll bet every single one was vaxxed.

    1. Via @jackposobiec: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s father was a member of Hitler’s Brownshirts and served as a 1st Sgt in the Wehrmacht.

      1. I’m still waiting for the 9/11-ish speech and second-week-of-August lockdowns that Jack told us about.

        1. “second-week-of-August”

          August 25th is Saint Kyle’s Day, the (as of now) unofficial holiday for the celebration of justifiable self-defense against Marxist pedophiles.

          Final Score:
          Saint Kyle 2-1/2
          Commies 0

        2. It’s probably best not to ignite a domestic policy bomb when one of your foreign policy bombs is exploding.

          1. one of your foreign policy bombs is exploding

            I wonder if Dementia Joe even has a clue. Of course, his handlers do.

            America is back!*

            *Jimmy Carter’s America.

          2. Of course, his handlers do.

            I’m not defending Posobiec. When I posted his rumor, I questioned his credibility. I have personal reasons for following it. But there’s only so much spin that the administration can jungle at one time. Our country’s an effing mess any which way you look.

          3. Our country’s an effing mess any which way you look.

            And what is breathtaking is how little time it took to get here. It’s gone down the drain so fast that I don’t even worry about the housing bubble anymore. It’s the least of our problems now. The usurpers seem hell bent on having a civil war break out.

          4. The whole banning interstate travel unless you are vaxxed is ridiculous. We have talked about what will happen in the big cities when the food runs out. Imagine banning many truckers from interstate travel. Every single supply chain would break down.

          5. It’s gone down the drain so fast

            Not really. The swirl started long ago. Regular HBBers sensed it well ahead of the curve.

          6. Imagine banning many truckers from interstate travel.

            You wouldn’t even have to ban them. You would only have to set up a checkpoint on a highway and clog up traffic for a hundred miles. Those liberals are going to be mighty miffed if their arugula rots before it can arrive from California.

          7. Not just the US, but most of Europe too. I still maintain that these leaders aren’t incompetent. They are deliberately throwing Western culture and achievement just as surly as the Sox threw the ’19 Series. Question is: who is paying them to take the dive?

          8. “Those liberals are going to be mighty miffed if their arugula rots before it can arrive from California.”

            Arugula and zucchini salads are the basics of thigh gaps!

  9. Tucker Carlson Slams Liberals ‘Cheering Extinction of White People’

    Infowars.com
    August 14th 2021, 11:39 am

    Fox News host Tucker Carlson excoriated the Democrats and liberal media for gloating over the decline of the white population in America, calling their rhetoric “completely out of control” and “dangerous.”

    “Democrats are intentionally accelerating demographic change in this country for political advantage, so rather than convince people to vote for them, that’s called democracy, they’re counting on brand-new voters. That’s what we said on the show,” Carlson said Friday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

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    Fox News host Tucker Carlson excoriated the Democrats and liberal media for gloating over the decline of the white population in America, calling their rhetoric “completely out of control” and “dangerous.”

    “Democrats are intentionally accelerating demographic change in this country for political advantage, so rather than convince people to vote for them, that’s called democracy, they’re counting on brand-new voters. That’s what we said on the show,” Carlson said Friday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

    “Immediately after we said that, they became completely hysterical. They tried to pull us off the air. They said we were espousing something called ‘The Great Replacement’ theory, a well-known racist fantasy. Right. In other words, shut up.”

    Carlson then broke down the latest census numbers, which showed a definitive decline in the white population for the first time in U.S. history.

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    Fox News host Tucker Carlson excoriated the Democrats and liberal media for gloating over the decline of the white population in America, calling their rhetoric “completely out of control” and “dangerous.”

    “Democrats are intentionally accelerating demographic change in this country for political advantage, so rather than convince people to vote for them, that’s called democracy, they’re counting on brand-new voters. That’s what we said on the show,” Carlson said Friday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

    “Immediately after we said that, they became completely hysterical. They tried to pull us off the air. They said we were espousing something called ‘The Great Replacement’ theory, a well-known racist fantasy. Right. In other words, shut up.”

    Carlson then broke down the latest census numbers, which showed a definitive decline in the white population for the first time in U.S. history.

    “The number, not the proportion, but the absolute number of Americans who describe themselves as white has dropped for the first time in our history since the census began back in 1890. The total decline is around 5 million people. That is huge,” Carlson said.

    But Democrats are openly celebrating it while demonizing anybody else who questions or criticizes it as racist or a conspiracy theorist.

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    Fox News host Tucker Carlson excoriated the Democrats and liberal media for gloating over the decline of the white population in America, calling their rhetoric “completely out of control” and “dangerous.”

    “Democrats are intentionally accelerating demographic change in this country for political advantage, so rather than convince people to vote for them, that’s called democracy, they’re counting on brand-new voters. That’s what we said on the show,” Carlson said Friday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

    “Immediately after we said that, they became completely hysterical. They tried to pull us off the air. They said we were espousing something called ‘The Great Replacement’ theory, a well-known racist fantasy. Right. In other words, shut up.”

    Carlson then broke down the latest census numbers, which showed a definitive decline in the white population for the first time in U.S. history.

    “The number, not the proportion, but the absolute number of Americans who describe themselves as white has dropped for the first time in our history since the census began back in 1890. The total decline is around 5 million people. That is huge,” Carlson said.

    But Democrats are openly celebrating it while demonizing anybody else who questions or criticizes it as racist or a conspiracy theorist.

    “As leading Democrats put it again and again, who cares? Fewer white people in America is a great thing and we should celebrate,” Carlson said before showing a montage of liberal pundits heralding the white population decline.

    “That was on television. Think about that for a minute. It’s hard to think about it, actually, because it’s that evil,” Carlson noted. “And if you wanted to encourage permanent racial division, maybe even violence in America, that is exactly how you would talk on television.”

    This comes as the Biden administration is preparing to designate anybody who questions the COVID lockdowns, vaccines, or the 2020 election as terrorists.

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    1. “designate anybody who questions”

      Did you know that the Southern Poverty Law Center has never been elected by voters to govern anything?

      Nobody on the HBB is advocating vigilante justice. We want trials, convictions, and executions 🙂

    2. “…they’re counting on brand-new voters.”

      They want functionally illiterate “po’ folks” sucking up to them!

    3. I don’t know how that happened and I apologize but hell, it was worth calling their rhetoric “completely out of control” and “dangerous.” 4 times.

      1. be glad

        Hardly. I don’t take any pleasure in what’s transpiring. Most of my family and friends have been jabbed.

  10. How soon are the Bidenites planning to take away our gas-powered cars and air travel opportunities?

    1. The Financial Times
      Energy sector
      US coal and oil demand on the rise again in blow to climate goals
      Petrol consumption reached a record in July while power plants shift away from natural gas
      Burgeoning fuel demand has provided a boost to oil refiners that were hit hard by last year’s collapse
      Myles McCormick in New York and Justin Jacobs in Houston August 15 2021

      America’s appetite for fossil fuels has come roaring back as the economy cranks into gear, providing a boost to energy groups but flying in the face of Washington’s drive to slash emissions.

      Motorists’ return to the roads following the loosening of pandemic restrictions is pushing up fuel demand and the bottom lines of oil refiners, while a shift away from natural gas in power generation has been a boon to coal miners.

      The resurgence comes as floods and wildfires in many parts of the world lay bare the destructive impacts of climate change, which a landmark report last week determined was “unequivocally” the result of human activity — mainly through the burning of fossil fuels.

      1. Who is going to inform the plankton that vacationing produces an unnecessary carbon footprint that must be eliminated?

    2. air travel opportunities

      Just how much carbon dioxide does a once a year vacation trip add to the atmosphere?

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