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DAY TWO-HUNDRED-AND-THREE OF THE BIDEN REGIME
222. TODAY IN HISTORY—TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2021:
Muharram (Muslim holiday)
President Herbert Hoover; Supreme Court Associate Justices Joseph McKenna and Ruth Bader Ginsburg; U.S. Attorneys-General Edmund J. Randolph and Joseph McKenna; U.S. Secretary of State Edmund J. Randolph; Heavyweight Boxing Champion Riddick Bowe, INXS featuring Jon Farriss, and Jethro Tull featuring Ian Anderson:
- 70 Sunday: The Roman legions under the command of General Titus set the Second Temple of Jerusalem alight during the Great Jewish War. The Romans had laid siege to Jerusalem due to a Jewish uprising and their murdering of a retreating Roman legion given ‘safe passage.’ This put in motion events that would lead to the destruction of the city, the ‘Wailing Wall’ being the only part of the city the Romans were unable to tear down. Eventually, survivors who managed to escape the dying city would flee to Masada where the Romans would follow and destroy them.
- 654 Thursday: Cardinals elect Eugene I to succeed Matinus I as Pope of all Christendom.
- 1500 Friday: Diego Diaz discovers the island of Madagascar.
- 1680 Saturday: Pueblo Indians launched a successful revolt against Spanish colonists in present-day New Mexico.
- 1753 Friday: In Williamsburg, Virginia, future 2nd U.S. Secretary of State Edmund J. Randolph is born. A Federalist, he served from 01-02-1794 to 08-20-1795 under George Washington. Prior to becoming secretary of state, he served the nation as its first U.S. Attorney-General under President George Washington from 09-26-1789 to 01-26-1794.
- 1787 Friday: Turkey declares war on Russia.
- 1792 Friday: During the French Revolution, mobs in Paris attacked the Tuileries Palace, where King Louis XVI resided. Later, the authorities arrested him, put on trial for treason, and then executed him and his wife.
- 1809 Thursday: Ecuador declares independence from Spain.
- 1821 Friday: Missouri became the 24th state of the Union.
- 1827 Friday: Following a major race riot in Cincinnati, 1,000 blacks leave for Canada.
- 1831 Wednesday: The slave rebellion of Nat Turner commences in the South. Although numerous white people and black sympathizers would be slain, eventually all the rebels were caught or killed- including Turner- although he of all of them was able to stay on the run for quite a long time. This would make the plight of all slaves in the South worse than what it was prior to the rebellion. Still, you have to do what you have to do to achieve freedom.
- 1843 Thursday: In Philadelphia, Pa., future 57th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Joseph McKenna, Republican, is born on this date. President William McKinley nominated him to fill the seat of Associate Justice Stephen Field, Democrat. McKenna served from 01-21-1898 to 01-05-1925. Prior to this, he would serve the nation as its 42nd U.S. attorney general. In this capacity, he served under President William McKinley from March 05, 1897, to January 25, 1898.
- 1846 Monday: President James K. Polk signed a measure establishing the Smithsonian Institution.
- 1859 Wednesday: The City of Boston appointed the first milk inspectors in the nation on this date.
- 1861 Saturday: Confederate forces routed Union troops in the Battle of Wilson’s Creek in Missouri, the first major engagement of the Civil War west of the Mississippi River.
- 1869 Tuesday: O. B. Brown patented the movie projector on this date.
- 1874 Monday: President Herbert Clark Hoover, the nation’s 31st chief executive of the United States, was born in West Branch, Iowa, on this date. He would serve from March 04, 1929, to March 04, 1933.
- 1885 Monday: Leo Daft of Baltimore, Maryland, commenced operation of the first commercially operated streetcar in the nation on this date.
- 1913 Sunday: The Treaty of Bucharest was signed, which ended the Second Balkans War.
- 1914 Monday: Turkey joins the Central Powers (Germany, Austro-Hungary, Bulgaria) in World War I. They would fight to reclaim their influence over rampaging Arab tribes as well as preventing ANZAC forces from slipping through from the Mediterranean Sea into the Black Sea to aid Czarist Russia.
- 1920 Tuesday: In the aftermath of the First World War, Turkey renounces its claim to Palestine/Israel, recognizes the British Mandate. Meanwhile, the Allies recognize Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Romania.
- 1921 Wednesday: Franklin Delano Roosevelt was stricken with polio at his summer home on the Canadian island of Campobello.
- 1927 Wednesday: The federal government formally dedicated Mt. Rushmore on this date with the dedication of the carved faces to occur later.
- 1941 Sunday: At Placentia, Newfoundland, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Prime Minister Winston Churchill meet for the second time.
- 1942 Monday: After suffering numerous defeats at the hands of the Afrika Korps, the British appoint General Bernard Montgomery to become the new commander of the British 8th Army. He would eventually achieve amazing victories over Erwin Rommel’s Afrika Korps.
- 1943 Tuesday: Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany, watches newsreels of angry German citizens and police officers lynching captured RAF and 8th Air Force pilots. The following year, the United States and Great Britain would make their outrage known to the Nazi government through intermediaries in Switzerland.
- 1944 Thursday: During World War II, American forces overcame remaining Japanese resistance in Guam.
- 1945 Friday: Japan announces its willingness to surrender to the Allies provided the status of Emperor Hirohito remains unchanged.
- 1947 Sunday: Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull[i] fame was born on this date in Dunfermline, Scotland, England. Elsewhere, William Odom completed the first round-the-world flight on this date, a flight that set a solo record of flying around the world in 73 hours and 5 minutes.
- 1949 Wednesday: The National Military Establishment was renamed the Department of Defense.
- 1954 Tuesday: Construction commenced on the St. Lawrence Seaway on this date.
- 1961 Thursday: Future drummer with the Australian rock band, INXS[ii], Jon Farriss (drums/percussion/keyboards/backing vocals 1977-2012), is born in Australia on this date.
- 1962 Friday: The Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum was dedicated in West Branch, Iowa, on the 88th birthday of the former president, who attended the ceremony along with former President Harry S. Truman.
- 1967 Thursday: Riddick Bowe, future heavyweight champion of the world was born in Brooklyn, New York. Throughout his career, he would hold multiple boxing titles while compiling a professional record of forty-five fights, forty-three wins (33 KOs), one loss, and one no contest.
- 1969 Sunday: Leno and Rosemary LaBianca were murdered in their Los Angeles home by members of Charles Manson’s cult, one day after actress Sharon Tate and four other people had been slain.
- 1975 Sunday: Television personality David Frost announced that he had purchased the exclusive rights to interview former President Richard M. Nixon.
- 1977 Wednesday: U.S. Postal employee David Berkowitz was arrested in Yonkers, N.Y., accused of being “Son of Sam,” the shooter responsible for six slayings and seven woundings. He currently is serving six consecutive 25-years-to-life sentences.
- 1988 Wednesday: President Ronald Reagan signed a measure providing $20,000 payments to still-living Japanese Americans who had been interned by their government during World War II.
- 1990 Friday: The Magellan spacecraft, aka the Venus Radar Mapper, launched from the United States goes into orbit around Venus. It was the first space probe launched from a U.S. space shuttle.
- 1991 Saturday: Nine Buddhists were found slain at the temple outside Phoenix, AZ. The authorities later arrested two teenage punks for the crime with one of them sentenced to life in prison while the other little POS received a sentence of 281 years. When will they be paroled? Probably sooner than you think.
- 1993 Tuesday: Ruth Bader Ginsburg undertakes the oath of office as the second female justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. Elsewhere, President Bill Clinton signed a massive deficit-reduction bill into law on this date.
- 1995 Thursday: Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were charged with eleven counts in the Oklahoma City bombing. McVeigh was convicted of murder and underwent execution whereas Nichols was convicted of conspiracy and involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to life in prison. Elsewhere, Norma McCorvey, “Jane Roe” of the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion announced she had jointed the anti-abortion group Operation Rescue. God bless you, Ms. McCorvey, the guilt that propelled you to do this must have been horrendous.
- 1996 Saturday: Senator Bob Dole picks Senator Jack Kemp to be his running mate for the Republican ticket. President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore would win a second term.
- 2003 Sunday: Liberian President Charles Taylor delivered a farewell address to a nation bloodied by 14 years of war. Meanwhile, elsewhere, a heat wave plaguing Europe, Britain topped 100°F for the first time in recorded history. In addition, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko, aboard the International Space Station, married his earthbound bride, Ekaterina Dmitriev, who was at Johnson Space Center in Houston, the first wedding ever conducted from space.
- 2004 Tuesday: President George W. Bush chose Porter Goss, a Republican congressman and one-time spy, to lead the CIA. Meanwhile, the 20-year-old woman who had accused Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers of rape filed a federal lawsuit in Denver against the NBA star. However, the criminal charge was later dropped; the lawsuit was settled out of court, terms undisclosed. Finally, Barry Bonds became the first player in Major League history to hit thirty home runs in thirteen consecutive seasons, connecting in San Francisco’s 8-7 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Elsewhere, a boat carrying Dominican illegal aliens seeking a better life in Puerto Rico drifted back to almost the same spot where they commenced their voyage, nearly two weeks earlier. At least fifty-five of the eighty-six illegals on board died.
- 2006 Thursday: British authorities announced they had thwarted a terrorist plot to simultaneously blow up ten aircraft heading to the U.S. using explosives smuggled in hand luggage. Ah, although left unsaid, one must love the so-called ‘religion of peace,’ Islam.
- 2008 Sunday: At the Summer Olympics in Beijing, Michael Phelps began his long march toward eight gold medals by winning the 400-meter individual medley in 4:03.84, smashing his own world record.
- 2011 Wednesday: Rioting continues taking place in English cities including Manchester, Liverpool, Sanford, Birmingham, and Nottingham; police from Scotland are called in to help. The riots began on the 6th when London intelligence officers investigating gun crimes among the black community stopped and then shot 29-year-old Mark Duggan. This set off a series of riots among the black and immigrant communities that eventually saw the deaths of five people and 205 injuries, sixteen of which, were members of the public and the other eighty-six were among law enforcement officers.[iii]
- 2013 Saturday: U.S. President Barack Obama announces a series of NSA reforms aimed at minimizing criticism over the NSA’s electronic spying program.
- 2014 Sunday: Rory McIlroy wins the PGA Championship, marking his fourth major championship; McIlroy is now one of only four players in golf history to reach this achievement by age 25.
- 2015 Monday: Google announces its restructure with Alphabet as a holding company and YouTube, Android, and Chrome as subsidiaries. Yet, nothing changes as Google still collaborates closely with its bosses in Beijing, communist China.
- 2016 Wednesday: Candidate Donald J. Trump slams the ‘dishonest news media’ for misinterpreting his comments on how a ‘President Hillary Clinton will abolish the Second Amendment rights of all Americans.’ Sounds like the truth to everyone with half-a-mind or more; let us see who wins in November…
- 2017 Thursday: U.S. President Donald J. Trump announces that opioid addiction in the country now is a national emergency. It has been for quite a while thanks to the People’s Republic of China continuing to ship fentanyl and other opiates into the United States as a reverse opium war of sorts. People, time to start pushing the Chin back. Meanwhile, as the #MeToo Movement continues to grind on, a sobbing Taylor Swift announces that deejay David Mueller groped her in Denver, Colorado. Uh, okay…
- 2018 Friday: The U.N. Committee on Human Rights receives word that the Chi-Coms have one million Uighurs- at least!- in concentration camps in western China where they provide slave labor to American sports team making gear and other paraphernalia while being indoctrinated with ‘how great Xi Jinping and Maoism are’ while being forced to surrender their religious beliefs. Yet, American sports stars look the other way, folks, look the other way…
- 2019 Saturday: In Bucharest, Romania, anti-government protests break out that lead to at least four hundred citizens being injured. Meanwhile, in a San Francisco court, Monsanto is hammered with a massive payout of $289 million to gardener Dewayne Johnson who contracted cancer from using the weed killer Round-Up. [iv] Elsewhere, police find financier Jeffrey Epstein dead in his jail cell, apparently from a self-inflicted hanging. No one knows anything…
- 2020 Monday: The Chi-Coms today sanctioned 11 U.S. politicians or business heads, all of them Republicans or with organizations promoting democracy, seemingly in a feeble attempt at ‘punishing America’ for punishing them over their misdeeds in Hong Kong and elsewhere as well as for giving the world the Chinese Bat Plague. Speaking of the Wuhan Flu, here are today’s statistics:
- 2020 Monday A: Here are today’s Chi-Com Bat Flu Statistics for the globe: 19,936,547 confirmed cases, +202,119, 732,467 confirmed deaths, +3,855, and 12,144,510 confirmed recoveries, +142,973. Here are the numbers for the United States: 5,159,740 confirmed cases, UP by 38,647 new cases, 165,118 confirmed deaths, UP by 477 new deaths, and 2,511,602 confirmed recoveries, UP by 13,023 new recoveries. Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 561,911 confirmed cases, 10,359 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 3,498 confirmed cases, thirty-one confirmed deaths, and 1,548 confirmed recoveries. Finally, in the Ever-Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 63,445 confirmed cases, 1,695 confirmed deaths, but like California, the slope-headed governor, Jay Inslee, will not share the number of confirmed recoveries. Shame on these flipping Democrats.
- 2020 Monday B: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 27,791.44, UP 257.96 points (+1.30%). Next, the NASDAQ: 10,968.36, DOWN 42.63 points (-0.39%). Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,360.47, UP 9.19 points (+0.27%). Currently, GOLD is at $2,039.00 per troy oz., DOWN -0.70 (-0.03%), SILVER is at $29.36 per troy oz., UP 0.094 (0.32%), PLATINUM $1,006.10 per troy oz. UP +3.40 (+0.34%), and COPPER is at $2.87 # +0.005 (+0.34%). Light Sweet Crude Oil is 42.00, UP +0.06 (+0.14%). Today, one-dollar U.S. = 6.96 Chi-Com yuan. In contrast, one-dollar U.S. = 0.85 euros.
- 2020 Monday C: President Trump begins a press conference in the White House Press Room when an aide interrupts him and leads him away. Apparently shots were fired a few blocks from the White House. Moments later, Secret Service had it under control and the president reappeared and continued his press conference. He answered all questions and when done, exited the room. Currently, “Pro-China Joe” Biden leads the president in national polls by 49.2-percent to the president’s 42.00-percent.
- 2020 Monday D: Speaking of the Chi-Coms earlier, the MSS begins arresting pro-democracy figures across Hong Kong, including arresting media mogul Jimmy Lai and his son, among others, as the communists begin implementing their new bogus ‘security law.’ The time is coming when the United States is going to have to give the commies in Beijing a major black eye. How a return to the Two-China Policy by which, we recognize Taiwan as a free, independent nation, and the rightful ruler of the mainland. FREE TAIWAN! FREE HONG KONG! FREE TIBET! FREE MACAU! FREE UIGHUR MUSLIMS! DEATH TO COMMUNISM!
- 2020 Monday E: A U.S. military helicopter out of Joint Base Andrews was hit by groundfire over Middleburg, Va., today, wounding one crewmember aboard. The helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing at a regional airport in Manassas. The FBI is investigating. Meanwhile, over the weekend in Chicago, thirty-four people are shot, three of them fatally. Will it never flipping end? How long have Democrats controlled the Windy City?
- 2021 Tuesday: Friends, I am the Voice of Freedom broadcasting to you from the hellhole of Los Angeles, California, a place beset by unnecessary lockdowns, restrictions, illegal aliens running amok, and a bastion of our beloved governor, “Nazi” Newsom. Time to overthrow the existing order and it’s going to happen on September 14, 2021. Stick around for the latest anti-Chi-Com news, politics, Chi-Vi updates, and news about the border crisis…
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Tuesday, August 10, 2021:
[i] We expect to do the music of Jethro Tull, Wild Turkey, Ian Anderson, and Paris sometime in the next 5-6 years. We hope you will still be with us.
[ii] We look forward to promoting the music of INXS sometime within the next 15 years or so. We hope you will be there when we do. We thank you.
[iii] Moral of the story for the Brits- remember: Black Lives Matter, you cannot be gunning them down. At least the United States is not the only nation contending with civil unrest in the streets.
[iv] Commercials to this day continue encouraging citizens to come forth and join in class-action lawsuits against Monsanto, which is fine but whatever happened to personal responsibility? When using f**king poisons, use protective gear!
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