Who Is Going To Be Left Standing To Vote Or Have A Home In Which To Send A Ballot To?

 

While the senate leaves until September without a coronavirus relief bill, California courts lift eviction and foreclosure moratorium. In the absence of a new law, 365,000 households in the state are at risk of eviction.

As the lamestream media celebrates Joe Biden’s pick for VP, the Senate leaves to go on vacation while still ‘earning’ taxpayer money while leaving said taxpayers to figure out where their next meal is coming from and also worry about getting evicted from their homes. While the Democrats are screeching and yelling that Donald Trump has stated that he is not going to throw money at the Postal Service in order to make sure that ballots are mailed out in a timely manner, the Democrats are also headed out of Washington, taking their ill gotten gains in the form of taxpayer money with them while also leaving said taxpayers to make it or break it; they don’t hardly care which. All of this is going down as some schools have opened, only to have hundreds quarantined in them awaiting COVID-19 tests. Not to mention, wildfire season and hurricane season is in full swing and California is battling multiple wildfires while yet another serious storm system has been recorded churning up in the Atlantic Ocean. Amerikkka has done something seriously wrong. I wonder what it could be, don’t you?

The Senate left Washington, D.C., on Thursday until September – the latest sign that a deal on a fifth coronavirus relief package is, at least, weeks away. The House already left town and isn’t expected to return until Sept. 14.

Now isn’t that just grand? Those are the elected officials of this country who are supposed to be on the job making sure that Amerikkkans are not suffering, however, they are on vacation and have quite obviously forgotten why they were elected. Do they believe that they were elected in order to stand around and ‘earn’ taxpayer money and take vacations? Because that is exactly what they are doing. They all have multiple homes to go to while millions of Amerikkkans are about to get evicted during a pandemic that no one seems to be able to get a handle on. And all of this is going down in the richest country on the planet. Go figure. Meanwhile, this is occurring.

The Judicial Council of California voted 19-1 on Thursday to lift its moratorium on most evictions and foreclosures. California’s top justices voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to lift emergency rules meant to halt most evictions and foreclosures during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying any extension of those moratoriums must be passed by the state’s lawmakers.

The courts are basically stating that it is not their job to legislate, they are only to resolve disputes under the law and ruling on eviction moratoriums is not something that they are obligated to do and so figure it out, but figure it out elsewhere. Meanwhile, those who are sitting in their homes, biting their nails are wondering where they are going to go if no last minute legislative act gives them a reprieve. The last thing anyone should have to be worrying about right now is being put out of their home with COVID-19 raging and social distancing strongly encouraged as well as wearing face masks. And as if Californians don’t have it bad enough, the wildfires are making things worse. At least 94 wildfires are burning in the U.S., as record heat scorches the West. And the Lake Hughes fire has destroyed more than 90,000 acres across three states.

In Oregon, the Mosier Creek Fire has burnt 791 acres and is 10% contained. At least 900 people were forced to evacuate.

In addition to the fires, record heat is scorching parts of the West. Tucson, Arizona, hit 111 degrees Thursday, which is the second hottest day in August ever recorded for the city.

A record high was tied in Phoenix at 115 degrees and in Palm Springs at 116 degrees. Phoenix has now seven days of at least 115 degrees this year, which is the most on record.

Record triple digit temperatures have been ongoing since May and seldom let up until well into October. Where I live, it was still 101 in October of last year and I am in the south. People in my area even experienced a 5.3 earthquake just a few days ago and the last one that rattled the area was in 2011. That frequency hadn’t occurred before, but apparently, something is causing the earth to shake now more than ever despite what some scientists say to the contrary.

The so-called ‘conspiracy theorists’ are stating that we are in the end days. Who the hell knows, but it sure as hell ain’t looking good for man’s continued existence on this planet for the long term.

Tropical Storm Josephine is churning in the Atlantic as I type this and has been steadily gaining in strength. So, from one end of this shithole to another, shit ain’t looking so good, regardless of where you live. It is not just about hoarding beans and bottled water anymore. That’s been over. Hardly anyone has any money to hoard even if they wanted to what with so much shit going down at one time. Maybe it would be a good thing just to get it all over with; the suffering, the misery, the poverty, the uncertainty of whether or not you’ll have a home next month or be on the lookout for a box and a bridge. Not to mention the fact of continued brutalization of people by the kkkops who are absolutely at the end of their rope. Who did not think that there would be a spike in crime all across this shithole with what is going down?

If “we reap what we sow,” then Amerikkka is not even close to reaping what she has sown. Look for the headlines to get more and more grim as each day passes. When a country refuses to acknowledge its brutal past and attempt to do right by those who were so cruelly wronged and the same is going down to this very day, what is going down should be expected and you had damn well better believe that until some efforts are made in the right direction to correct that shit, what Amerikkka is experiencing now is going to seem like a mere case of the hiccups compared to what is coming. You have been warned multiple times for many years and you took no heed. Now that it is upon you, are you still willing to roll the dice and see what you get? Believe me, you are not going to win and you can count on that.