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Unprecedented Levels Of Stress Threaten To Drag Good Credits Down With Bad

A report from the Northside Sun in Mississippi. “‘People are paying so much more for houses than they did a year and half to two years ago,’ said William Fincher, a Realtor in Madison County. ‘They are paying $40,000 to $50,000 more than what they had historically and that concerns me.’ Fincher said this is concerning to him because, if a young family goes to purchase a home, they are paying $40,000 over the typical cost of what the house is actually worth.'”

“‘If they don’t plan on staying there for ten years or so, then they’re not going to get their money back and are going to be upside down in it,’ Fincher said. ‘Something has got to happen. There is going to be a correction period in the market because there always is.'”

“Fincher said as much as he doesn’t want this to happen, he is anticipating another recession in the housing market. He said he has handled foreclosed properties for eight to ten different banks in the area for the past six to seven years since the last recession, and it has made up 60 percent of his business. ‘It is all real estate business, and I think that is going to happen again at some point in time,’ Fincher said. ‘It could be 12 months or 36 months – it just depends on how the feds regulate all the inflation.'”

“‘The people that have money are still going to be buying houses, but my fear is another 2010. I don’t think it will be another housing collapse, but I think you’re going to have some people upside down if they decide to sell it after spending 30 percent more than what the house is actually worth. But people are paying ridiculous prices right now. It’s nuts’ he said.”

From WFTV Orlando. “The Central Florida eviction and foreclosure market is beginning to heat up as landlords and creditors look to finally shed their dead weight two years into the pandemic, a real estate attorney said. Mark Lippman, of Lippman Law Offices in Orlando, said many landlords didn’t immediately seek to oust their tenants once an eviction moratorium was lifted because they wanted their tenants to apply for rental assistance.”

“Now, that excuse has passed. Millions of dollars have been distributed throughout the area, though demand remains high. Volusia County reopened its portal this week, only to shut it back down a half hour later after the maximum 500 families applied. Pressure is also building on the landlords themselves, especially the smaller ones.”

“‘I think in the next few months, we’re going to start seeing a lot more foreclosure complaints,’ Lippman predicted, saying he had heard banks are gearing up those divisions. He said some of his clients were mom-and-pop operations who couldn’t make their mortgage payments after their tenants stopped paying. He said their choices will be to either refinance their properties or fight the eviction, though he noted banks usually win those fights.”

From News 10 in New York. “With the eviction moratorium ending in just a few days, tenant advocacy groups are protesting for an extension on the moratorium, while landlords plead for its end. Small landlords say they’ve gotten the short end of the stick throughout the moratorium. Elmira Landlord Michael Birdges owns five apartments. He said he was overburdened when one of his tenants didn’t pay rent for almost two years. ‘She owed me $20,000,’ he said. ‘I could not afford $20,000. It was a tremendous burden.'”

“In the worst cases, some report foreclosures. ‘Our clients are going into foreclosure where they themselves are unable to get out of this situation,’ said Jaime Michelle Cain, an attorney representing landlords in New York. She said the goal is to keep local landlords in their cities, but what’s happening is the exact opposite. ‘Landlords who have been in the business in their home towns locally for 20 to 30 years, they’re just putting up their hands and they’re selling to out of town investors,’ Cain said. ‘It’s scary to watch.'”

“Regardless of what happens in three days, the damage is done. The housing market in New York has been turned around and upside down. ‘The will to want to own property in the state of New York has been shaken,’ said Cain.”

The Daily Journal of Commerce in Washington. “Developer Mark Goldberg, of MBG Co., announced a pair of nearby Bremerton apartment projects some five years ago. One of those, at 1943 Wheaton Way, is now headed to a May 6 foreclosure sale unless a new lender or buyer can be found. Goldberg’s Water Wind & Sky LLC now owes about $2.8 million to MGP Beacon Guaranty, which is calling in the prior loan.”

“Goldberg acquired it in 2016 for about $375,000. It’s now fenced, cleared and graded. Goldberg said in 2017 that he hoped to find a financial partner and contractor, then break ground that same year. The six-story, 111-unit project began life as Water Wind & Sky; later sales efforts by NAI Capital called it the Beacon. NAI had said, some two years back, that it was entitled and shovel-ready. It was then offered at $3.6 million.”

The Steamboat Pilot. “As mountain towns across the state are grappling with how to regulate short-term rentals, the Colorado Legislature is exploring multiple avenues to legislate the issue on a statewide level. If the bill passes, local municipalities could apply for state funding to incentivize property owners to rent to a long-term tenant, rather than a nightly guest. Ulrich Salzgeber, president of the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors, said the idea is helpful in theory, but may not work for most property owners.”

“Salzgeber said most who operate their properties as short-term rentals are second homeowners who hope to use their property several times a year and retire to it one day. Many of them, he added, would not be able to afford their second property without renting it out to nightly visitors. ‘Incentivizing them might be a good idea, but the problem with that is you no longer have the opportunity to use your property if you long-term rent it,’ Salzgeber said. ‘It’s going to fit some, but I don’t think it’s going to fit a lot.'”

From NPR News. “Some booming mid-sized cities like Boise have put caps on the number of short-term rentals operating in hot neighborhoods. Others have tried to ban them outright with little success. In hard-line conservative Idaho, there are already rumors of private property lawsuits. And then some people living in expensive neighborhoods have come to rely on the income from renting out their property.”

“Economist Megan Lawson tracks housing at the Bozeman, Mont., based think tank Headwaters Economics: ‘When we talk about short-term rentals, we’re careful to not condemn the idea. Because they do offer an opportunity for people who’ve been living in these places and are dealing with rising cost of living. It offers them an opportunity to continue to afford to live in these places.'”

“This is part of Jennifer Carr’s story. She’s a young realtor and a lifelong Idahoan. When she and her husband bought what they called their dream home in Boise’s trendy North End, they kept their old house nearby and decided to Airbnb it. JENNIFER CARR: ‘I got to be honest. Like, during the summer, it’s, like, we could have easily lived off of it no problem.'”

“Now they have plans to put a second home on the app with her husband basically treating its management as his full-time job. CARR: ‘I feel bad because I’m also seeing and hearing about so many people not being able to find rentals. And when they do, they’re just – the prices are just astronomical. But at the same time, it’s like, well, this is kind of one of those scenarios where this is our future. We’ve got to look out for what we’re doing and our goals.'”

The Prince George Citizen. “The federal government is using tax dollars to dream up a new way to hammer homeowners. In 2020, the online news site Blacklock’s Reporter discovered the federal government funneling $250,000 through the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to figure out how to improve housing affordability.”

“The big brains funded by the CMHC just released a report recommending that the government target the ‘housing wealth windfalls gained by many homeowners while they sleep and watch TV.’ The annual tax would hit the value of Canadian homes assessed above $1 million. The bill would need to be paid when the home is sold or when it’s inherited, and it could cost many families thousands of dollars.”

From NCA Newswire on Australia. “Soaring coffee prices have reignited the smashed avo debate, with a financial data group warning the morning cuppa may be the one thing aspiring homebuyers have to forgo if they want to put a roof over their heads. In 2016, renowned demographer and The Australian columnist Bernard Salt wrote that ‘the evils of hipster cafes’ were part of the reason young people struggled to purchase their first home, saying he’d ‘seen young people order smashed avocado with crumbed feta on five-grain toasted bread at $22 a pop and more.'”

“But it was the following year when property tycoon Tim Gurner hit international headlines for making a similar remark. Now Grafa chief executive Heidi Cuthbert has waded into those same waters. She said the group most likely to be affected by the price rise was young people living in urban areas and already confronted with the double challenge of high city rents and rising property prices.”

“‘Foregoing the morning brew may be a necessary sacrifice to save for a deposit,’ Ms Cuthbert said. ‘Every coffee you drink is pushing that dream home ever further away.'”

From Bloomberg. “The crisis engulfing China’s property sector is impacting its biggest developer, with Country Garden Holdings Co.’s shares and bonds hammered amid fears that a reportedly failed fundraising effort may be a harbinger of waning confidence. Country Garden is one of the few remaining large, better-quality private developers that had been largely unscathed by the liquidity crunch, even as peers such as Shimao Group Holdings Ltd. saw dramatic reversals in their credit ratings.”

“The firm is viewed as a bellwether for contagion risk, as unprecedented levels of stress in the offshore credit market threaten to drag good credits down with bad. It has relied heavily on access to funding in the offshore credit market, like many peers that binged on debt to fuel growth. It has the largest pool of outstanding dollar bonds among China’s biggest property firms, excluding defaulters, with some $11.7 billion outstanding, Bloomberg-compiled data show.”

“Some of Country Garden’s dollar notes plunged to record lows in the wake of a report that the firm failed to win sufficient investor support for a possible convertible bond deal. Longer-dated bonds were trading as low as 69 cents on the dollar as of late Friday. Any sign of doubt in the firm’s capacity to weather liquidity stress risks may prompt a widespread repricing of other higher-quality developers.”

“With more than 3,000 housing projects located in almost every province in China, Country Garden’s financial health has immense economic and social consequences. If the firm starts showing signs of stress, it will severely damage already fragile investor and homebuyer confidence, posing threats to China’s economy and even social stability.”

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  1. ‘ threaten to drag good credits down with bad…dollar notes plunged to record lows in the wake of a report that the firm failed to win sufficient investor support for a possible convertible bond deal. Longer-dated bonds were trading as low as 69 cents on the dollar as of late Friday’

    Those aren’t good credits then.

    ‘it will severely damage already fragile investor and homebuyer confidence, posing threats to China’s economy and even social stability’

    Ever notice how China is the only country where the globalist scum media talk about social stability?

    1. Ever notice how China is the only country where the globalist scum media talk about social stability?

      Makes you wonder what media is really afraid of. China starting wars? China’s manufacturing base being shut down?

  2. ‘If they don’t plan on staying there for ten years or so, then they’re not going to get their money back and are going to be upside down in it,’ Fincher said. ‘Something has got to happen. There is going to be a correction period in the market because there always is.’

    This is an interesting article. Because we read a lot of RE articles here, we get used to the constant REIC spin. Then you come across one like this and I get the idea it’s off the beaten track. They don’t play the typical game, aren’t aware they need to. This guy is an REO broker. I remember standing in front of a new REO one bright chilly morning in Flagstaff with such a broker. He said, ‘they used their house like an ATM.’ You do see some honesty some times.

    1. BTW this is another ‘it’s different’ sign. Even small burgs in Mississippi are drawn in. That happened last decade too.

  3. ‘he had heard banks are gearing up’

    My email is still on REO/property preservation lists out there somewhere. I get multiple emails a day now looking for either employees or contractors.

  4. ‘government target the ‘housing wealth windfalls gained by many homeowners while they sleep and watch TV’

    And eatin’ avocado sandwiches and drinking coffee!

  5. ‘He said he was overburdened when one of his tenants didn’t pay rent for almost two years. ‘She owed me $20,000,’ he said. ‘I could not afford $20,000. It was a tremendous burden’

    A landlords biggest expense is vacancy. They threw these people under the bus.

    1. This had to be part of the plan. Call it a bonuse for BlackRock to pickup property from small operators both commercial and residential for under market value or at least a stable market without scamdemic measures.

  6. Dan Bongino Rages at ‘Big Tech Sh*thole’ YouTube for Suspending His Account: ‘Kiss My Ass’

    ‘Bongino’s account was suspended for a week on a first strike offense for violating the company’s prohibition on claiming that masks are ineffective.’

    ‘A spokesperson for YouTube told Forbes that the channel was also demonetized and removed from the company’s Partner Program for a month for “repeatedly violating our Advertiser-Friendly Guidelines on harmful and dangerous acts.”

    https://www.mediaite.com/online/dan-bongino-rages-at-big-tech-shthole-youtube-for-suspending-his-account-kiss-my-ass/

    This has gotten so ridiculous.

    1. I’ve never watched or listened to this guy. But how many times has the guberment flip flopped on mouth hankeys? I said from the beginning these things people were using were crappy dust masks. Not even good ones. I own a virus mask. I used it when working foreclosures that had a lot of rat droppings cuz of hantavirus.

      The ‘things I’m not letting go’ for the day: remember when a ‘plane’ flew over the ‘white house’ press thing? Planes don’t fly over the white house.

      1. I just saw this on the intertubes:

        ‘The same people that took 20 years to replace the Taliban with the Taliban are now fighting a war with covid.’

          1. the ‘war on drugs/citizens’ began on june 18, 1971 when nixon declared drugs ‘public enemy number one’.

            one of the rockefellers in new york later passed a law making possession of pot a death penalty. that nutso law didn’t last long though.

            power over others makes people crazy. the federal government should be reduced to the size of a mouse.

        1. ‘The same people that took 20 years to replace the Taliban with the Taliban are now fighting a war with covid.’

          Essentially since I was born, the same career politicians have been financially milking the country dry for personal financial gain, and the country is much worse off that when I came into this world. Yet, nothing ever changes.

      2. “But how many times has the guberment flip flopped on mouth hankeys? I said from the beginning these things people were using were crappy dust masks.”

        I see that 3M N95’s prices are spiking lately especially for the orders of smaller quantities.

    2. And this is why we share BitChute links.

      It’s not that difficult to stop generating revenue for these globalists.

  7. Just another day in Joe Biden’s America.

    New York Post — Deranged man pushes Asian woman to death at Times Square subway station (1/15/2022):

    “A deranged homeless man allegedly shoved an Asian woman to her death in front of an oncoming subway train Saturday morning in Times Square, police said.

    The horrifying episode unfolded at 9:40 a.m. just nine minutes after the man was caught on video on the platform at the Times Square station at West 42nd Street and Broadway, police said.”

    https://nypost.com/2022/01/15/woman-pushed-to-her-death-at-times-square-subway-station/

    Check out the pic of the suspect. When CNN is forced to reluctantly report this story they’re gonna need buckets of bleach to bleach him just like they did with the Waukeshau, WI Christmas parade terrorist.

    1. And on the topic of bleach.

      Real Journalists are gonna need barrels of bleach for the Pakistani who planted explosives and took hostages at a synagogue in Texas yesterday.

      Real Journalists and the Democrat Party are crestfallen that the now-dead assailant is not white, therefore this story is going straight down the memory hole.

      Globalists gonna globe.

      1. I just walked by a TV that had fox on. The crawler said “fbi doesn’t think jewish community targeted.’

        1. I think the media was saying that before the event even occurred.

          “The media is the enemy of the American people.”

          ~DJT

    2. I’m sure the deranged homeless man paid the “public transportation fare” and didn’t jump the turnstile to push the woman in front of the train.

      Manhattan district attorney announces he won’t prosecute certain crimes

      By Sonia Moghe, CNN
      January 6, 2022

      (CNN)Just days after taking office, Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg released a memo detailing new charging, bail, plea and sentencing policies that he said he believes will make the city safer and the criminal justice system more fair, yet the plan faces criticism from police union leaders.

      Among the crimes Bragg said his office would not prosecute: marijuana misdemeanors, including selling more than three ounces; not paying public transportation fare;

      https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/06/us/alvin-bragg-manhattan-district-attorney-crimes-prosecution/index.html

  8. Sounds like Nikki Fried took the Deluxe Course offered online at the University of Soros.

    Democrat Gubernatorial Hopeful Likens Gov. Ron DeSantis to Hitler
    Infowars.com

    January 15th 2022, 11:25 am

    “I’m a student of history too. I saw the rise of Hitler. I’ve learned of those stories,” says Nikki Fried.

    Jorge Bonilla
    @BonillaJL

    Hoo Boy… It’s one thing to *read* that Nikki Fried compared Ron DeSantis to Hitler; completely another to blow by several offramps en route to that comparison. Will media cover?

    https://twitter.com/BonillaJL/status/1482187292408229891?s=20

      1. “describing clashes between anti-Egyptian government protestors and a pro-government group on horses and camels.”

        “Williams said he “actually made eye contact with the man on the lead horse.”

        Who does he think he is telling whoppers like that, Joe Biden?

        LGB

  9. Rasmussen polling (1/13/2022):

    “55% of Democratic voters would support … a proposal for federal or state governments to fine Americans who choose not to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

    Fifty-nine percent (59%) of Democratic voters would favor a government policy requiring that citizens remain confined to their homes at all times, except for emergencies, if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

    Nearly half (48%) of Democratic voters think federal and state governments should be able to fine or imprison individuals who publicly question the efficacy of the existing COVID-19 vaccines on social media, television, radio, or in online or digital publications.

    Forty-five percent (45%) of Democrats would favor governments requiring citizens to temporarily live in designated facilities or locations if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

    While about two-thirds (66%) of likely voters would be against governments using digital devices to track unvaccinated people to ensure that they are quarantined or socially distancing from others, 47% of Democrats favor a government tracking program for those who won’t get the COVID-19 vaccine.

    How far are Democrats willing to go in punishing the unvaccinated? Twenty-nine percent (29%) of Democratic voters would support temporarily removing parents’ custody of their children if parents refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

    President Biden’s strongest supporters are most likely to endorse the harshest punishments against those who won’t get the COVID-19 vaccine. Among voters who have a Very Favorable impression of Biden, 51% are in favor of government putting the unvaccinated in “designated facilities,” and 54% favor imposing fines or prison sentences on vaccine critics.”

    https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/partner_surveys/jan_2022/covid_19_democratic_voters_support_harsh_measures_against_unvaccinated

    1. But it is still racist to require ID to vote…

      “47% of Democrats favor a government tracking program for those who won’t get the COVID-19 vaccine.”

    2. Through all the distractions and fear I do think we’re winning or have won. They’ve cracked the past few weeks. I don’t know if they sensed it and are preparing for the post CCP plandemic, if they want to keep their heads out of the noose, or what. Let’s take a poll like this: would such insane topics have even appeared years prior? Of course not. Pools are to form narratives, not take the pulse of them. And the concepts of ‘narratives’ suggests there is no objective reality, which is not true.

      Rassmusin asked independents, which human body parts they would eat first in a pinch?

      1. 300+ million guns in civilian hands in the United States.

        I welcome these petty tyrants from this poll to go DOOR TO DOOR in suburban and rural America and personally force vaccinations on children, and get back to us how that’s working out for them.

        We’re taking our country back. Nobody ever elected these globalists to govern anything.

        1. Two weeks to flatten the curve, to prison camps and take Social Security or jobs from people who won’t take a experimental fake vaccine. Injection of children is just beyond evil.
          How much more evidence do people need that unelected Globalists and Big Monopolies like Big Pharmacy have a sinister agenda .
          This is a sinister war against mankind , where Governments are in collusion with this sinister attack on many Countries.
          The evidence shows they bribed hospitals to kill thousands of people by mal practice treatment and suppression of valid treatment, which is still going on.
          Fake news with censorship of dispute or facts regarding the expiermental fake vaccines injury and death toll is evident. Biden pushing the Agenda of these murdering Psychopaths.
          The fraudulent narratives are breaking down but that won’t stop them from proceeding with this pre planned assault on US and other Countries.
          Just so sinister and obvious now.

        2. go DOOR TO DOOR in suburban and rural America and personally force vaccinations on children,

          They’ll just take away your right to use currency. In fact they’re already doing that by denying jobs to the unjabbed.

          1. “They’ll just”

            Listen to yourself. You sound like you’ve been in metro Dee Cee too long.

            Out here in the Real America, your imaginary “they” will not “just” be doing anything, because we will kill all of them.

            You sound like a Canadian on 4chan, sad 🙁

          2. In fact they’re already doing that by denying jobs to the unjabbed.

            Last I checked, the OSHA mandate went down in flames into the Potomac, to never be seen again.

          3. OSHA mandate went down in flames

            The “they” I was referring to are private companies, not necessarily government. Looks like Biden was able to bully at least JP Morgan and UPS to require shots even without a mandate. There may be more companies. But even without a company mandate, just the threat of the mandates did convince a lot of people to get jabbed anyway.

          4. private companies

            We’ll see how that works out for them. That must explain why UPS shipments on things I order are always delayed.

            Anyway, we have been informed at work that we no longer need to be jabbed if we work from home, which is 99% of us.

          5. We’ll see how that works out for them. That must explain why UPS shipments on things I order are always delayed.

            My Christmas gifts from my sister never came, but UPS tracking showed “left on porch.” They were not stolen because I was not only home that day, but the previous day and several days following.

          6. …but UPS tracking showed “left on porch.”

            The driver’s GPS should have a record of that delivery.

          7. The driver’s GPS should have a record of that delivery.

            Right, which is why after I filed a claim I received this message from them:

            WE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO PROVIDE SATISFACTORY PROOF OF DELIVERY FOR THE ABOVE
            SHIPMENT. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE THIS CAUSES.

            I bet they checked the GPS coordinates and realized, yes, it was left on the wrong porch. Not only does it rankle me that some lazy turd didn’t even bother to check the address he was leaving the package at – I’m not in some cookie cutter development – but also that there’s apparently a dishonest neighbor among me who decided to open it up and keep the stuff? Creepy.

            At any rate, they want receipts for the items inside, etc. to move forward with the claim. It’s in my sister’s hands. I feel sorry for her. She is really upset about it.

          8. “I bet they checked the GPS coordinates and realized…”

            Typically it’s between the seller and the shipper, i.e., the buyer receives a refund or waits on a second delivery.

      2. They’ve cracked the past few weeks.

        I read that Austria is still going to start fining the unvaxxed next month.

        I knew there was something odd about Vienna when I visited a few years ago.

        1. Next month, Omicron cases will be on their way down in Austria. They had a huge Delta wave, which means there’s a ton of prior immunity, and that’s borne out in the near-0 number of deaths from Omicron so far.

          It seems that these globalists believe that Omicron will drag on for another year or so, like Delta was trying to. Plenty time for more concentration camps and papers pleeze. I guess they haven’t been watching the John Campbell videos. Almost every day, Campbell presents some new study, or data, or opinion from a health official, that Omicron is mild, hospitalizations and deaths are way way down, we’re all going be exposed soon, no interventions will flatten this curve, and cases will be near 0 by late spring at the latest. What are these globalists going to do then? Require more shots and lockdowns and passports, for a disease with nobody in the hospital? But it seems they want to double down and expose themselves even more.

          1. They will say something like: “This is not the time to drop our guard. Everyone needs to be jabbed if we are to defeat the virus”

            In related news:

            French parliament approves vaccine pass.

            Lawmakers in the lower house of parliament voted 215 in favour to 58 against, paving the way for the law to enter force in the coming days.

            The new law, which had a rough ride through parliament with opposition parties finding some of its provisions too tough, will require people to have a certificate of vaccination to enter public places like restaurants, cafes, cinemas and long-distance trains.

            They don’t seem to care about herd immunity, or Omicron burning out. They have one goal: a needle in every arm.

          2. Speak of the devil:
            ———————
            “But, the big caveat is, we should not be complacent since the increased transmissibility of variant … omicron … might be overridden by the sheer volume of the number of cases that may be a reduced severity, but could still stress our hospital [systems]. Because a certain proportion of a large volume of cases – no matter what – are going to be severe,” Fauci explained. “Don’t take this as a signal that we can pull back from the recommendations that you just heard from Dr. [Rochelle] Walensky – about the need for vaccination, for boostering, for wearing masks and all the other CDC recommendations,” he said.
            ————–

            https://www.foxnews.com/health/fauci-milder-covid-not-signal-less-restrictions

          3. the devil

            And we’re going to make sure millions and millions of tests are done every day. The milder this is, the more you need restrictions.

            Children need structure. It makes them feel more secure in a world they perceive as full of dangers. I am not a child, and the government is not my parent.

          4. we should not be complacent

            I would say “told you so” except that this course of action was painfully obvious

    3. How far? Until enough are hanging from overpasses or have had their homes visited by uncle Molotov.

      Just speculating when reading the general tone and simmering rage out there.

      1. “Just speculating”

        It’s *ALL* just idle speculation about what could happen within the confines of a hypothetical game of Minecraft (hat tip to 4chan).

        And to the Glowie getting paid to monitor this blog on a Sunday morning, The Salty Cracker is right. Your wife is getting plowed by Chad, right now, and you’re stuck here with us, Beta Cuck LMFAO.

    4. If the numbers are correct, it actually gives me hope. 45% of Democrats don’t support fining Americans who don’t get a vaccine. In addition to the 100% of Republicans (I’m assuming), that would mean almost 75% of all people oppose it. There is no political will to go against that number of people.

      By the way, if I even catch wind of fines for not being vaxxed, I will empty my savings account, buy gold, and stiff the government. I’ll NEVER pay. I’ll go underground with everything. I have so many clients that I could easily work under the table for the rest of my life. Fock these pigs.

      1. There is no political will to go against that number of people.

        And what are “that number of people” going to do? Vote out the Democrats? The Dems have a plan for that too. You wait, come summer, they’ll manipulate the polling to show that the Dems are steadily gaining approval. Then when the Dems suddenly get a LOT of votes from ballot harvesting, they will say it was expected.

        1. “Then when the Dems suddenly get a LOT of votes from ballot harvesting, they will say it was expected.”

          I don’t believe Zuck will be dropping any more money on ballot harvesting as that opportunity is much smaller going forward.

    1. It’s 2022 already. Who is still actually using YouTube for anything besides music?

      I follow Tim Pool on BitChute so I can downvote everything he posts there. And the uncensored comments on all his BitChute posts are hilarious 🙂

      1. “Who is still actually using YouTube”

        Challenging the status quo in the comments section has never been more satisfying. Why give lying realtors a free pass there? Spare no quarter.

  10. $10.20 for a #1 meal EggMcMuffin, hash browns, small orange juice, and a sausage biscuit.

    This is the “fundamental transformation” that you were promised.

    1. Heard some dude from Walmart this morning saying the empty food shelves reminded him of the food shelves in the Soviet Union in 1972.

    2. $10.20 for a #1 meal EggMcMuffin, hash browns, small orange juice, and a sausage biscuit.

      Mickey D’s paying the mouth breathers who work there $15+ per hour has to come out of somewhere. Plus meat and other supplies cost more (#FJB). And on the rare occasions when I darken their drive thru line, it’s long and glacially slow and I always check the order when they give it to me, as it’s frequently wrong: Excuse me, I ordered a double quarter pounder, not a Filet-o-fish.

      Prediction: Massive automation coming to the fast food biz.

  11. Many thanks to Tarara Bomdea for posting the link to the Covid vaccine lethality checker. But I am confused. I got Pfizer batches EWO 153 and 173. These are listed TWICE. Once near the top of the list and showing as quite lethal and once again at the bottom of the list and showing as quite innocuous. Can anyone help me with this? What am I not understanding? Figuring out which it is is understandably quite important to me. TIA to anyone who can help.

    1. EWO 153 and 173

      I think it’s 0 the number not O the letter. When I search EW0153, I get:
      BATCH ADRs DEATHS DISABILITIES LIFE THREATENING ILLNESSES
      ew0153 1749 9 35 24
      EW0173 1729 6 23 16

      It looks like all of the other occurrences for EW0153 and EW0173 have additional information beyond just the batch number. All occurrences for each batch number should probably be aggregated.

      1. other occurrences for EW0153 and EW0173

        Using my computer’s find function (not their search bar), I get 5 occurrences of EW0153 and 4 occurrences for EW0173.

      2. My father and step-mother were jabbed with batches associated with at least 90 and 64 deaths.

    2. Somehow, that’s not squaring with this:

      The decision to study a colleague’s bad cold gave rise to critical discoveries. Together with other chance breakthroughs that seemed insignificant at the time, it would lead eventually to the mRNA vaccines now protecting hundreds of millions of people from COVID-19.

      They remain a marvel: Even as the omicron variant fuels a new wave of the pandemic, the vaccines have proved remarkably resilient at defending against severe illness and death. And the manufacturers, Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna, say that mRNA technology will allow them to adapt the vaccines quickly to fend off whatever dangerous new version of the virus that evolution brings next.

      1. Let’s Go Brandon and his illegal Coup regime are waging a full scale media assault to try to brainwash people. The US is over with. The government is the enemy of the American people.

      2. I forgot the best quote:

        Skeptics have seized on the rapid development of the vaccines to undermine the public’s trust in them. But the breakthroughs behind the vaccines unfolded over decades as scientists across the world pursued research in disparate areas, never imagining their work would one day come together to tame the pandemic of the century.

        Haha, “tame?” Yeah focking right. Aren’t the case numbers the highest ever under Let’s Go Brandon and his illegal Coup?

      3. PS – I try not to leave links for sh!tbag globalist articles, but just pull direct quotes. With these quotes, you can easily find the articles.

      4. the vaccines have proved remarkably resilient at defending against severe illness and death

        I guess I was wrong, they still are saying “The vaccines are amazing.”

        I also read that a whole slew of new mRNA vaxxes for viruses other than Covid are on their way, including the flu. I guess I won’t be getting any sort of vaccine going forward.

        1. They have been very careful to stress the “protects against severe illness and death” angle. In other words, a symptom reducer shot, not stopping symptoms or spread.

          1. And there is little doubt in my mind that even that claim is bogus, given how they reclassify the jabbed as unjabbed.

          2. Do you have a link to where they are reclassifying jabbed as unjabbed? I believe you, but I haven’t seen the details. Does it have something to do with Israel and maybe Europe requiring boosters for the fading “vaccines?”

            At least in the US, it looks like someone at the CDC is still honest. They know that the original course of 2 mRNA shots or 1 J&J shot can’t stop Omicron but does reduce symptoms, and that boosters don’t add any extra protection. So the US is still not requiring boosters.

          3. a link to where they are reclassifying jabbed as unjabbed

            Canada is one example. They already announced booster is going to be required for border crossing.

  12. “House prices are sizzling. Not just in swanky neighborhoods in the nation’s big cities or in resort towns. Not just in the suburbs or exurbs. Not just in inner cities or in rural areas. Just about everywhere.”

    Wha….? So the whole “location, location, location” was utter bull$hit?

  13. ThAnk you RPR. I’m also an attorney (recently retired) and had a hard time figuring this out. So I believe you are saying the lower listings are just additional info? I did not have any adverse reactions to my shots. But have been doing Zelenko protocol for quite awhile. Didn’t get the booster and not getting any boosters. Got my vaccine shots at Stanford! If adulterated batches are intentional would love the rationale for sending them there. Except to kill off doctors and healthcare workers? Regular citizens in that area are typically highly educated, make lots of money and very liberal. Very interesting.

    1. Regular citizens in that area are typically highly educated, make lots of money and very liberal.

      They think they aren’t expendable because they are “right thinkers” and that “history is on their side”, but they are expendable. A shortage of doctors just means the plebs won’t have access to healthcare. But that’s the plan anyway.

      1. “A shortage of doctors just means the plebs won’t have access to healthcare. But that’s the plan anyway.”

        Nah. Appu and Manjula are one continental flight away.

    2. So I believe you are saying the lower listings are just additional info?

      They look like permutations of the same batch number created by user error, meaning whoever submitted the information added extraneous information. Does that make sense?

  14. Styxhexenhammer Show ep. 40: OAN, Bongino, Inflation, Election Usurpation Thwarted (1/16/2022):

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/AVePINWkzAc/

    1h 22m 56s. I share his videos to support independent content creators, who stream on non corporate, non globalist platforms.

    Not as animated or excited as The Salty Cracker, but Styx always has interesting things to say, and some of the jokes are so subtle you’ll miss them if you’re not listening closely…

  15. Bend, OR Housing Prices Crater 12% YOY As Default Rates Soars On Surging Unemployment And Crime

    https://www.movoto.com/bend-or/market-trends/

    As one broker disclosed, “There are no bidding wars here nor has there ever been… It’s just something we deliberately misrepresent to get the buyer to pay far more.”

  16. They are celebrating MLK Day in Chicago.

    I just saw this live report on FOX from a rooftop interview of a Pastor trying to bring attention to crime in the hood, the building is on on MLK Blvd in Chicago.

    Paraphrased

    There has just been a shooting.

    According to our sources police are saying the shooting took place during a carjacking. What the carjacker did not know was he was the car trying to carjack had already been carjacked.

  17. “Police say the victim had gunshot residue on his face and that this could’ve been much worse.”

    I didn’t realize that they were shooting at each other. The reporter and/or editor didn’t make clear that this was a shootout.

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