Were it not for the Wuhan Bat Flu this year, I doubt we would have as many BIG CITY MAYORS on the list like we have this year but all of them are deserving of the award

18. Mayor London Nicole Breed of San Francisco, California: yup, another mayor. This one, well, she is a ‘breed all her own,’ pun intended, because she and her city council have destroyed a beautiful city. When visitors require maps pointing out where piles of human fecal matter, discarded needles, and other unsavory items clog the streets, you have done a superb job of destroying your city. Not sure if she will win the prestigious award this year or not but she sure as heck deserves her place in this year’s running.

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ELECTION DAY 2020 PLUS THIRTY

Today, we complete this year’s list of nominees for the Third Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award…

Arvin, CA 93203, 12-03-2020 Thursday:  Good morning, once again, my friends, here we are at the halfway point.  For most people- no matter what their faith is, this is a phantastic time of the year, even if one is not a Christian or who buys into the Yuletide celebrations, it’s still a lovely time when Christians and those who celebrate the Holiday Season go out, buy a tree, update their ornaments, lights, and other decorations, plans on the holiday menus, and considers who will be invited to the festivities later in the year.   Even better, we celebrate Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, too, because we love this time of year and seek to keep it alive, well, and ongoing for all future generations of Americans.

Sadly, in California (and in other states with despotic governors), many people will not be celebrating the holidays or will celebrate them alone, in solitude, and for many, in despondency, depression, and unhappiness, thanks to the harsh regulations imposed upon them because of the Chi-Com Bat Disease.  It’s not right, it’s not healthy, and it must stop as if it doesn’t, many people like my wife and I are already looking toward 2022 when we are going to clean up our state and bring sanity back to it by voting out every loser in Sacramento, from governor to insurance commissioner.[i]    

That said, we must continue with the second part of the nominees list for our Third Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award for 2020-2021.  Yesterday, we had the first 13 names or entities ending with that reprobate angry homosexual, Don Lemon.  Today, we pick up with the next and final 13 names.  Here we go:

  1. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot: this year, we have numerous mayors on the list, something we would not have anticipated were it not for the Kung Flu affecting our country. Mayor Lightfoot- a political lightweight to be sure- has her city under lock and key in league with another winner, Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker. Both of these people are abominable human beings but Mayor Lightfoot takes the cake seeing as how she must get her hair done while everyone has to suffer under unsympathetic lockdowns.  It simply is not right and thus she makes our list.[i]  
  2. Mayor Ted Wheeler of Portland, Oregon: this man is such a disreputable character who almost lost his seat because a skank saying, “I am Antifa,” tried to unseat him. Apparently, after having had their city trashed night after night and after Wheeler’s condominium booted him for having Antifa mobs show up outside his building, chanting his name and not in a nice, happy sort of way but in a violent, intimidating way. The fact that he is little more than syphilis sore pus is reason enough why he’s on the list this year.[ii]
  3. Mayor Jenny Durkan of Seattle, Washington: this woman has the blood of at least two people on her head and possibly more following the so-called ‘Summer of Love, 2020 Style,” in which angry activists set up the CHAZ and then the CHOP zones, autonomous, independent states in downtown Seattle. CHAZ stood for Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone but people were too stupid to understand what ‘autonomous’ meant- most likely including the founders- who then changed it to Capitol Hill Occupied Protest or whatever the f**k it meant. Folks, when you have the blood of two dead young people plus rapes, beatings, drug overdoses, and robberies on your head, you deserve to be on our list with the other losers.[iii]
  4. Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles, California: here’s one of my personal favorites, trying to visit Los Angeles’ marvelous beaches means a date with the Glass House or one of the other lockups in a horrible place in which to be locked up. Mayor Garcetti is a thug, a despot, and someone hoping against hope that IF Kamala leaves California for the vice presidency that Gov. Gavin Newsom will nominate him to fill her seat. Eric, Los Angeles mayors go NOWHERE once they leave office so perhaps you will win the 2020-2021 Lavrentiy Beria Award- what a terrific way to cap one’s political career.[iv]  
  5. Mayor London Nicole Breed of San Francisco, California: yup, another mayor. This one, well, she is a ‘breed all her own,’ pun intended, because she and her city council have destroyed a beautiful city. When visitors require maps pointing out where piles of human fecal matter, discarded needles, and other unsavory items clog the streets, you have done a superb job of destroying your city.  Not sure if she will win the prestigious award this year or not but she sure as heck deserves her place in this year’s running. 
  6. Attorney Benjamin Crump: this man is a real-life Saul Goodman. A racial arsonist, he shows up at every shooting of a black man by the cops. He then pours gasoline over everything, stokes up racial animosity, and away the crowds go, burning, looting, beating, and murdering.  I’d like to be there when he meets his Maker…[v]
  7. Impeachment of Trump: I don’t like Trump but the more I look at the impeachment, let me say this: Speaker Pelosi, was this REALLY necessary? Look at all the House seats we have lost. I am unclear as to why YOU are still in YOUR position.  It should be someone younger and more respectable than a failed hack such as you.
  8. Former President Barack Obama: I didn’t put him here but my conservative colleagues did. I get it, he set in motion much of the misery we have had to contend with the past four years and for that, well, let me just say this: I hope he doesn’t win. Still, a man who writes books about his life over and over and over says one is rather shallow if I may say so myself.[vi]
  9. Dominion Voting Systems and Canada: what more is there to be said? How has the United States allowed Canadian voting systems with Venezuelan software with votes counted in Europe, communist China, Iran, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they announced tomorrow, Russia.   Is this the path we genuinely want to tread?[vii]
  10. Fox News Channel: boy, are conservatives mad at them. No wonder they made our list this year.[viii]
  11. Senator Chuck Schumer: for wanting to change America- in a bad way- to socialism. We really don’t want socialism, Chuck. We kind of like capitalism.
  12. Iran, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, and the mullahs: these people are evil. We need to nuke them. Maybe Trump will light ‘em up before he leaves in January.  Now that is one thing I would LOVE to see…
  13. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell: like the mayors on our list, this man has done more to drive away long-term and lifelong fans of the game.  Like everything else in our world, sports have become politicized and it’s a real shame.  I think it’s time for a new commissioner.

Friends, those are our nominees for this year, today being part two and the other 13 having been promoted yesterday.  I hope you will take a look at the previous post so you will know what is coming on Thursday, December 17 and the first semi-finals.  We have 1,234 in our voting pool this year so it will be interesting to see who moves up the ranks and who goes to the bottom.

That will do it for today, folks.  Tomorrow, we will discuss some of the other issues to which, I alluded earlier in the week.  Have a good one, see you tomorrow.  

R. C. Davis

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FOOTNOTES:


[i] I am hoping we might see some Blue Dog Democrats primary our current crop of elected leaders because like it or not, our state is regressing, NOT progressing.  I do not consider feces, urine, discarded needles, and dead things to be progress.  No, I will be the first to let the cat out of the bag, we want Governor Newsom and every member of the current administration OUT.  NOW.  We can’t handle this anymore.

[ii] Since Nancy Pelosi won the big prize, we cannot put her up this year but that stunt at the hairdressers turned millions of Americans off.  Rules for thee but not for me as they say.  Nothing but hypocrisy which is why she needs to go.  Lightfoot and Pritzker, both of them should go, too.

[iii] Like that fruitcake mayor of Minneapolis, Wheeler is second rate, third fiddle, a loser, a bum, but somehow my colleagues nominated this lowlife POS to the list. 

[iv] What shocks many of us is how when law and order breaks down, instead of protecting people and property, the mayors protect lowlife losers, scumbags, and criminals.  Thank God we live in Kern County where sheriffs and various police departments shoot first and ask questions later.

[v] Now, I do not speak from experience but from what I know, of all the county or city lockups in California, Los Angeles is the absolute worst place to be.  They forget you, they put you in with the gangbangers, and have the highest death rates among inmates anywhere in the state PLUS the cops in the Southland are all racists.

[vi] Mr. Crump has caused more trouble this summer than he has stopped or helped.  The man is a bum.

[vii] Back in the day, I believed in Obama whereas now, I see the man being full of himself, sort of like Rod Stewart.  When you write book after book after book about yourself, it kind of says you labor under self-important notions that are bogus.  Yet, there’s Obama every day, talking about himself on one TV show after another.  

[viii] I am beginning to think that I am one of the few Democrats who finds the Dominion Voting Systems problematic.  Another four years of Trump is not worth getting rid of our constitutional republic.  I am sorry, it’s not.

[ix] Talk about an about face; they must know something everyone else doesn’t that IF Biden-Harris do win this thing that wholesale changes are coming to American news media.  I suspected that Talk Radio would become the first casualty but maybe FNC is alerting us to wholesale changes in cable news, too.  You never know.  I guess we shall have to wait and see but there is no way I am getting news from Facebook or that bullshit Twitter.  F**k them.

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