Tuesday, April 06, 2021

Election Fraud Prosecution in Texas at an "All-Time High"

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Election Fraud Prosecution at an "All-Time High": Texas Attorney General's Office


Anonymous said...

I saw this column as an aside story and "ignorance,thy name is Peyser."She gets paid to write this drivel?


On his first night guest-hosting “Jeopardy!’’ Aaron Rodgers, the dark-horse candidate to replace the late, great Alex Trebek, took home another Super Bowl in my book. He’s that good.

I never saw it coming. But the Green Bay Packers quarterback, 37, has got it all, and then some. He’s funny, self-effacing, whip smart and ridiculously handsome, with a sense of comedic timing that should be the envy of every seasoned television professional out there.

And, unlike Dr. Mehmet Oz and Katie Couric, both of whom, while serving as guest hosts, accepted answers not made in the form of questions — violating a kind of quiz show prime directive — Rodgers made no glaring mistakes. He also has never tweeted a nasty comment about the disabled (candidate Ken Jennings), blasted tens of millions of Donald Trump supporters (Couric) or drawn fire and a petition demanding his removal from the show signed by hundreds of fans and former contestants who accused him of spreading “dangerous’’ pseudoscience (Dr. Oz.)

GRA:Aaron Rodgers is not perfect,I'm sure,"pathetic Peyser"--and your judgement is worse than pathetic--and by bringing up personal garbage about each of the celebrity hosts,you attempt to unleash pseudo-wokism--which has nothing to do with qualifications for the job.In fact,the more I see the various auditions roll by,it only reinforces my early opinion that just about any (White)person could take over and that Trebek was only beloved because of his familiarity/longetivity.

In short--ANYONE can do the Jeopardy job.Just like Drew Carey didn't miss a beat after Bob Barker became too old to host anymore on "The Price is Right",we find again that on game shows,EVERYONE IS REPLACABLE--and with a little talent,can make the audience forget about previous hosts like Trebek and Barker.

Regis Philbin's stint on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire"? was followed by Meredith Viera(successfully)and by Cedric the Entertainer(unsuccessfully),the latter,probably the worst choice for a game show host in history--so my assertion only appears to apply to White emcees.

As far as "Jeopardy" goes,I have Jennings easily #1,Couric,number two,Rodgers is third best,Dr.Oz,fourth and producer/woke nutjob Mike Richards was insufferable--and last.

As I've said months ago-anyone but a black or Mex--and the show can survive(except with Richards).


Anonymous said...

That American guy went to North Korea to convert the masses. Got thrown into prison, beaten by martial artists each day, and raped by female guards wearing strap-on penis. When returned to the USA, the guy had to be sent to an asylum and heavily medicated with drugs.