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Arkansas Granny

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Kraken lady need not apply.


The Dark Smite⚡️
Saw this in the classifieds today 👀

“WANTED: Bigly attorneys to fight against the greatest political witch hunts. Must be available 24/7 for new crimes (hoaxes). Client is completely not guilty! Will be compensated in hats and praise (maybe). Kraken Lady need not apply.”
12:41 PM · Aug 17, 2022
Posted by Arkansas Granny | Wed Aug 17, 2022, 12:45 PM (1 replies)

All these FBIs.


Posted by Arkansas Granny | Tue Aug 16, 2022, 07:24 PM (4 replies)

A look at the Dr. Oz crudite video from a different perspective.


Posted by Arkansas Granny | Tue Aug 16, 2022, 01:33 PM (14 replies)

And Gollum J. Trump explains the situation.


Gollum J. Trump




But maybe they PLANTSED scrolls precious? Yes! That’s it! They dids! They dids! After we unsecrets them and tips off the lids! Or maybe scrolls we flush in filth pool that spins spins spiiiiiiiiiins!

7:43 PM · Aug 12, 2022




Posted by Arkansas Granny | Fri Aug 12, 2022, 07:56 PM (3 replies)

I would love to get a wake up call like this!


Posted by Arkansas Granny | Thu Aug 11, 2022, 01:13 PM (1 replies)

The Shovel's view on the Donald Trump FBI raid


We are certainly no fans of Donald Trump – let’s make that clear from the outset. But yesterday’s raid by the FBI on the home of a former president sets a dangerous precedent.

A precedent which now means that anyone who evades taxes, attempts to undermine an election, sexually assaults women, manipulates the value of their assets, uses state resources to enrich themselves or aids and abets the overthrow of a democratically elected government will be subject to investigation.

Is that the world we want to live in? Where anyone accused of insurrection can be subject to questioning from law enforcement officers?

It’s a slippery slope. Before we know it, regular citizens accused of defrauding the government, concealing evidence, manipulating financial documents, tampering with witnesses or perverting the course of justice will also be held to account.
Posted by Arkansas Granny | Thu Aug 11, 2022, 08:53 AM (1 replies)

Amazing footage of a firenado.


Posted by Arkansas Granny | Wed Aug 10, 2022, 08:36 PM (7 replies)

Lol. Tweet of the day.






I’m gonna go on truth social and tell the MAGAts over there that the FBI took Hunter Biden’s Laptop out of Trump’s safe and gave it to JFK Jr to hide in the basement of Ping Pong Pizza. BRB.

7:54 AM · Aug 9, 2022




Posted by Arkansas Granny | Tue Aug 9, 2022, 08:15 PM (4 replies)

New Yorker Magazine: Inside the war between Trump and his generals.


n the summer of 2017, after just half a year in the White House, Donald Trump flew to Paris for Bastille Day celebrations thrown by Emmanuel Macron, the new French President. Macron staged a spectacular martial display to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the American entrance into the First World War. Vintage tanks rolled down the Champs-Élysées as fighter jets roared overhead. The event seemed to be calculated to appeal to Trump—his sense of showmanship and grandiosity—and he was visibly delighted. The French general in charge of the parade turned to one of his American counterparts and said, “You are going to be doing this next year.”

Sure enough, Trump returned to Washington determined to have his generals throw him the biggest, grandest military parade ever for the Fourth of July. The generals, to his bewilderment, reacted with disgust. “I’d rather swallow acid,” his Defense Secretary, James Mattis, said. Struggling to dissuade Trump, officials pointed out that the parade would cost millions of dollars and tear up the streets of the capital.

But the gulf between Trump and the generals was not really about money or practicalities, just as their endless policy battles were not only about clashing views on whether to withdraw from Afghanistan or how to combat the nuclear threat posed by North Korea and Iran. The divide was also a matter of values, of how they viewed the United States itself. That was never clearer than when Trump told his new chief of staff, John Kelly—like Mattis, a retired Marine Corps general—about his vision for Independence Day. “Look, I don’t want any wounded guys in the parade,” Trump said. “This doesn’t look good for me.” He explained with distaste that at the Bastille Day parade there had been several formations of injured veterans, including wheelchair-bound soldiers who had lost limbs in battle.

Kelly could not believe what he was hearing. “Those are the heroes,” he told Trump. “In our society, there’s only one group of people who are more heroic than they are—and they are buried over in Arlington.” Kelly did not mention that his own son Robert, a lieutenant killed in action in Afghanistan, was among the dead interred there.

Posted by Arkansas Granny | Mon Aug 8, 2022, 09:08 AM (6 replies)

After 2 1/2 years, Covid has caught up with me. Vaxxed and boosted, experiencing mild symptoms.

Runny nose, scratchy throat and just feeling run down.
Posted by Arkansas Granny | Sun Jul 31, 2022, 09:23 AM (26 replies)
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