Category: Countermoonbattery

Oct 30 2019

Jessica Taylor, First of the Anti-Squad?

What Congress needs is an Anti-Squad to counter the anti-American commie quartet of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley. Alabama could get it started by electing Jessica Taylor.

Via the Alabama Daily News:

Prattville attorney and businesswoman Jessica Taylor announced her candidacy for Congress in Alabama’s 2nd District Monday, saying she wants to form a “conservative squad” to take on liberal Democrats led by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY.

More, from Inside Alabama Politics:

After working in the Governor’s Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives, Taylor started her own consulting business that has grown into a multi-state operation. Her story as an attorney, entrepreneur and mother of three has caught the attention of well-funded Washington-based political groups, including those keen on electing more Republican women to office.

It stinks that candidates are selected on an identity politics basis, but that is the world we currently live in. The important thing about Jessica Taylor is that she is a countermoonbat, as the video below attests. Best of luck to her.

Great special effects at the end with that impossible shot she sinks behind her back. Wait a minute… it’s for real:

On tips from Stormfax.

Oct 21 2019

Extinction Rebellion Invasion of In-N-Out Burger Fails

It isn’t only in London that Extinction Rebellion moonbats have worn out their welcome. Earlier, leftists tried and failed to wage a boycott against the countermoonbat company In-N-Out Burger. Now, XR fails to take over one of its restaurants.

Watch and laugh as a dutiful employee in California allows customers to eat in peace by giving a climate kook the bum’s rush:

As noted at Townhall, an employee named Tim repeatedly told the bearded moonbat to get off the business’s property:

The lefty refused, and Tim called the cops. Then, perhaps unaware of the irony, the video cut to another protester complaining that her property, the blow horn she used to berate and harass families enjoying a nice meal and employees earning a living, was thrown in the trash. That girl ended up being handcuffed, but it is unclear if any charges were filed.

Property rights are for me not thee, from the leftist point of view.

On a tip from Varla.

Sep 17 2019

Happy Constitution Day

Constitution Day is good time to remind ourselves that the Constitution does not presume to grant us any rights. We already had the rights. The Constitution exists to prevent government from infringing on them. The preamble to the Bill of Rights makes this clear:

No wonder the Party of Big Government doesn’t like the Constitution.

On tips from Lyle.

Jul 31 2019

Profiles in Countermoonbattery: Milton Friedman

Today is the birthday of countermoonbat economist Milton Friedman. He would be 107 years old. Moonbattery.com sponsor Ammo.com offers a tribute:

Milton Friedman is the Godfather of American conservative libertarianism. He was, at a time when it was deeply unfashionable in official circles, a fierce critic of Keynesian economics. He was a leader of the second generation of libertarian economists to come out of the University of Chicago. …

Capitalism and Freedom is the book that eventually brought him popular acclaim. … In the book, he argues for a classically liberal society where free markets solve problems of efficiency, using the United States as an example. He argues for free markets on the basis of both pragmatism and philosophy. He concludes the book with an argument that most of America’s successes are due to the free market and private enterprise, while most of its greatest failures are due to government intervention.

These great failures include the Great Depression, which Friedman attributed to the Federal Reserve.

Friedman’s eloquently expressed opposition to ham-handed Big Government intrusion was an inspiration to the conservative movement that brought us Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. Although he supported a negative income tax, in general he was a valuable friend to economic liberty and opponent of government overreach.

To celebrate his birthday, let’s watch Friedman’s classic takedown of the moonbat Phil Donahue on the subject of capitalism:

Read more about Milton Friedman at Ammo.com, and don’t forget to stock up on discount ammunition.

Jul 04 2019

That’s the Spirit, Mitch

Mitch McConnell shows a little of the revolutionary spirit appropriate to the Fourth of July by standing up to political correctness:

Unfortunately, Democrat presidential candidate Robert Francis O’Rourke does not concur. He agrees with Nike that the Betsy Ross Flag needs to be abolished because professional America-hater Colin Kaepernick says it is racist.

On a tip from Varla.

Jul 04 2019

Happy Birthday, America

Isabel Brown gives a few of the many reasons that the whole world should celebrate the birthday of the United States of America:

On a tip from KirklesWorth.

Jul 04 2019

Five Things Few Know About Betsy Ross Flag

The Betsy Ross Flag is in the public eye, not only because it is the Fourth of July but because Nike pulled it from sneakers after rabidly anti-American washed-up former athlete Colin Kaepernick denounced the flag as offensive. Moonbats detest it because as Moonbattery sponsor Ammo.com observes, “Second only to Old Glory itself, the Betsy Ross Flag is the American icon.”

Click through to read the details on five things most don’t know about Betsy Ross and the USA’s original flag:

1. Betsy Ross was shunned by Quakers and her family.
2. Betsy Ross (probably) didn’t design the flag.
3. The five-pointed star was revolutionary.
4. The true design inspiration remains a mystery.
5. It may have been designed for a quarter cask of wine.

Whether or not Betsy Ross designed the flag,

It’s an American legend that will continue to inspire liberty for as long as this great country exists.

That’s why it makes Colin Kaepernick & Co. gnash their fangs.

Jul 02 2019

Phoenix Police Restore 9/11 Flag

The spontaneous profusion of American flags after September 11 lifted my spirits during a dark time. Good thing I didn’t happen to drive past a familiar American flag mural here in Phoenix while it had been vandalized with graffiti. That would have been heartbreaking, even without knowing that the flag was painted there 1 day after 9/11. Thankfully, the flag has been restored by countermoonbat Phoenix police officers:

Mario Lozoya and Matt Morgan were on patrol last Wednesday when they noticed an American flag painted on a block wall near 40th Street and Cactus Road had been vandalized. Someone had spray-painted the words “F*** Trump!” and “F*** ICE!” over the mural.

It bothered them so much they came back later and repainted the flag in 105° heat. Neighbors pitched in to pay for the supplies. Nobody thought to ask Colin Kaepernick for permission.

Phoenix police have been subjected to demonization lately due to some foul language used during the arrest of lowlife shoplifters. I don’t see any lowlife shoplifters restoring desecrated flags.

On a tip from Varla.

Jun 14 2019

Don’t Forget Flag Day

A good reason to own a flag is so that you can defy moonbats by flying it on flag holidays like today, which is Flag Day. It is not an official holiday except in Pennsylvania, but it has been with us for some time. Moonbattery.com sponsor Ammo.com provides a brief history.

[The] first “official” observance of modern Flag Day was initiated [in 1885] by schoolteacher Bernard J. Cigrand at the Stony Hill School in Waubeka, Wisconsin. Cigrand sought to promote patriotism and a respect for the American flag. He was the first person to choose June 14th, the day that the original Betsy Ross flag was adopted as the official flag of the United States.

That’s the sort of cause educators took up back then. Going back to that time from now would be like sticking your foot into a bucket of cool water after someone gave you a hotfoot.

Cigrand was an evangelist for the establishment of a Flag Day, and of American nationalism and patriotism in general. He toured the country agitating in favor of the establishment of a national day honoring the American flag. After an 1888 speech to a group called the Sons of America, the organization founded a magazine called American Standard, which promoted reverence for symbols of the United States. Cigrand was made editor-in-chief of this magazine. The culmination of his efforts was the 1894 celebration, which included over 300,000 schoolchildren.

Nowadays, instead of teaching kids why they should honor the flag, teachers focus on promoting leftist politics and sexual deviancy. But maybe this is a phase we will pass through, so long as we keep countermoonbattery alive.

After Cigrand created Flag Day almost single-handedly, others kept it going and helped it to grow. Unsurprisingly, moonbats attempted to corrupt it:

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt sought to rebrand Flag Day as United Flag Day, or United Nations Day, during the Second World War. This got little traction outside of New York City, where the day was celebrated between 1942 and 1944.

If you have a flag, fly it, because contra FDR, Flag Day signifies the opposite of globalism. It gives us a chance to salute what Old Glory represents: limited government and the American nation.

Read more on the history of Flag Day at Ammo.com, and check out the selection of discount ammunition.

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