January 15, 2023

— COMMENT: Democrats say “5 additional pages of classified material found at Biden’s Wilmington residence.”

— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Chicago Democrats illegally encourage citizens of foreign countries to illegally come to America illegally and to illegally stay in America illegally.

— FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD WITH BIG PICTURE: COMMENT: Chicago Democrats say “Migrants arriving in Chicago sleeping in bus shelters and police stations.” Ever-increasingly, Democrats promote illegal immigration.
— FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD: COMMENT: Illinois Democrats say “Illinois’ sweeping firearms ban certain to end up in court, and some experts doubt it will stand.”

— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Chicago Democrats promote abortion.

— COMMENT: Democrats say “GOP isn’t stronger with McCarthy.”

— COMMENT: Illinois Democrats say “Here is the list of 170 guns now banned in Illinois; more expected as needed.”

— Illinois voters ceded control of state’s fiscal future to public unions – Adam Andrzejewski

— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, the top priorities for Illinois Democrats are promoting abortion, LGBTQ, illegal immigration, diminishment of Second Amendment rights, booze, gambling, pot, and other vices, dependency on government and charity, Affirmative Action, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, that is, patronage, political affiliation discrimination, reverse discrimination, and age discrimination, that is, CRT, 1619, BLM, reparations, and wokeness/wokeism, and even worse things.

— COMMENT: Democrats say “US citizens report more debt, less savings than immigrants.” Beyond overwhelmingly, immigrants are minorities. Ever-increasingly, America gives minorities preference over Whites.

— Kourtney Redmond, Illinois state director with the National African American Gun Association, opposes the gun ban. He was encouraged some counties aren’t going to enforce it, but worries about the ones that will, predicting it could lead to mass incarceration. – Greg Bishop

— Afghan Refugees Cost Fort McCoy $140 Million in Damages
(FROM THE ARTICLE: The majority of the costs in the Fort McCoy estimate come from reported significant damages to the 213 buildings housing Afghan refugees. Fort McCoy reported that all of the barracks needed repairs or replacement of walls, ceilings, floors, doors, bathrooms, plumbing, electrical systems, heating, ventilation, air conditioning systems, and exterior siding.)

— COMMENT: Illinois Democrats say “Republicans representing LaSalle County in Illinois General Assembly say they are ready to get to work.”

— COMMENT: Illinois Democrats say that opposition grows over Illinois new weapons ban, that a local gun dealer says that it will affect his business, and says he said that “About 90% of my inventory falls underneath the new Illinois legislation ban.”

— COMMENT: Democrats say “Biden, administration officials face intense questioning over classified documents probe.”

— Chicago’s New ‘Social Bonds’: Limited Time Special Offer! – Mark Glennon

— What, If Anything, Will Democrats’ Gun Control Law Do To Cut Gun Crime? – Ray Hanania

— Is Illinois’ new gun ban law constitutional? Tough legal challenges loom, will turn on key 2nd Amend questions – Stephanie Jaquins

— McCombie hints at legal battle over assault weapons ban: ‘Upon the signage…. this goes to court!’

— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Illinois Democrats promote abortion.

— Rep. Dave Severin (R-Mount Vernon): ‘Pritzker has signed a bill that will make law-abiding citizens into felons’

— State Sen. Chapin Rose (R-Mahomet): ‘We are going to make felons out of taxpayers’

— Dick and Elizabeth Uihlein, billionaire GOP donors, have lined up on different sides of the battle over who is best equipped to lead the Republican National Committee. Mrs. Uihlein has thrown her political muscle behind Ronna McDaniel‘s quest for a fourth term as RNC chair, while Mr. Uihlein is backing Harmeet Dhillon’s bid. – Seth McLaughlin
— Disappointed GOP grows movement to oust leader of RNC. McDaniel dismisses polling. – Seth McLaughlin

— White House reveals more documents were discovered at Biden’s Delaware home – Ryan King (COMMENT: I have owned my 1972 Corvette since 1971. I should write a book about my Democrat IRS and GAO superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates who demonized, denigrated, and condemned Corvettes and Corvette owners the most.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: On Dec. 20, Biden’s team informed the DOJ that it found fewer than 10 files with classified markings in his Wilmington garage near his prized 1967 Corvette Stingray.)
— TRAGIC: Gamblers set new sports betting record in Illinois – Kevin Bessler
— Make wokeness expensive: Let victims sue organizations that bail out violent criminals – Editorial

— The Critical Race Theory debate is turning parents into unlikely activists – Lance Izumi (COMMENT: In your school district, what percent of the parents want their children to be sexually active LGBTQers who are anti-parents, anti-conservatives, anti-Republicans, anti-Americans, anti-Whites, anti-males, anti-older people, anti-heterosexuals, anti-non-poor people, anti-homeowners, anti-gun owners, anti-Christians, anti-Protestants, anti-Italian Americans, anti-German Americans, and/or anti-those whose ancestors have been in America for a long time?)

— McCarthy Learns His Three Rs: Reset, Revelation, and Retribution. The hard nudge from his hard right appears to have instilled some useful forgetting and learning in Kevin McCarthy. – Bob Maistros (COMMENT: I should write a book about how new anti-conservative leaders and new conservative-hating leaders of the following got rid of me when they took over since 2000: Illinois Republican Party, DuPage County Republican Central Committee, Milton Township Republican Organization, Illinois, DuPage County, Milton Township, Wheaton, Wheaton Park District, Wheaton Chamber of Commerce, TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois, Illinois Center Right Coalition, and American Association of Political Association Midwest Chapter.)

— Illinois governor wants constitutional amendment enshrining abortion – Eric Utter
— Why Families Are More Important Than Ever – Larry Alton (COMMENT: I benefited tremendously from being raised in a traditional family. My parents sent me to Trinity Lutheran Grade School in Crete 1953-1961 and then to Hope Lutheran Grade School in Park Forest 1961-1962 to stay with the Missouri Synod. My parents motivated me to earn a college degree.)
— Victims wanted — no experience necessary, apply within – J.A. Frascino (COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats shout at those who are the following that they are victims of Republicans: minority, female, younger, LGBTQ, veteran, unmarried, renters, those who have less money than others, those who have financial, health, and/or other problems, non-Christian, non-Protestant, non-Italian American non-German American, those whose ancestors have not been in America for a long time, citizens of foreign countries, criminals, boozers, gamblers, stoners, etc.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: When it’s not creating social injustices to overcome, the Left is busy creating victims to maintain its voter base. In contemporary America, the Democratic Party voter base is composed primarily of individuals who perceive themselves to be disadvantaged, disenfranchised, marginalized, or in some fashion, left out. They feel, in some sense, victimized. With the actual numbers of those truly victimized declining markedly in recent decades, the party needs to perpetuate perceived victimhood to maintain its political appeal. The party excels in generating victims over a broad spectrum of societal factions through identity politics and its D-E-I agenda. People of color. Victims of white privilege. Any failings they may experience are due solely to an oppressive social structure based in white supremacy. They are entitled to equity-based advancement and, as now proposed in California, reparations, in return for loyalty at the ballot box. Women. Victims of misogyny and patriarchy, even though they now surpass males in educational achievement and the number of women in the workforce now equals or slightly exceeds the number of men. The overturning of Roe v. Wade has exacerbated their victimhood. Access to safe abortion is a human right! Women lacking access to abortion are victims. Aborted fetuses are not — they can’t vote. “My body, my choice!“ is the mantra. One wonders what “my body, my choice” has to do with a fetus’s body? Does “my body, my choice” sanction suicide? The LGBTQ community. They are victims of heterosexual bigotry (although being homosexual didn’t seem to hold back Alexander the Great, Leonardo da Vinci, Tim Cook, Oscar Wilde, Elton John, etc.). Under wokeism’s exalting of gender dysphoria, 33% of students at liberal arts colleges now identify as LGBTQ. 21% of Gen Z are self-declared LGBTQ. The incidence of those who identify as something other than hetero has risen from 3.5% in 2012 to 7.1% in the general public. Not all this sharp escalation can be reasonably attributed to an increased comfort with “coming out,” but is more certainly a consequence of woke activism. Our youth. Herein lies the greatest source of potential victims. First, strip them of societal connectivity. Debase America, patriotism, religion, family structure, gender identity, even commitment to a first name. Turn them all into “Rolling Stones” — “on their own, with no direction home, like a complete unknown.” Make them insecure and vulnerable. Then coddle and indulge them. Teach them that the slightest affronts are catastrophes. Teach them to flee from microaggressions to safe spaces. Suspend classes and postpone finals following Trump’s election. Create a generation of victimized snowflakes who can turn only to a nurturing political elite for protection. It’s working. Joe Biden garnered 65% of Gen Z votes. Illegal immigrants. They are all asylum-seeking victims of political prosecution and/or human rights violations in their native lands. No. They are all potential Democratic voters, at least this generation. Criminals. Victims of the social system. Incarceration only leads to recidivism — and inmates can’t vote. Prosecutorial leniency is the better option. Whites. Mainstream whites are not victims. However, woke preaching teaches them that their success is unearned and inequitable, a product of white privilege and unconscious bias. This results in a cadre of guilt-ridden, virtue-signaling whites — today’s liberals — who repent by supporting the woke progressive agenda. Marginalized white residents of rural areas such as Appalachia also do not qualify for victimhood. Possessed of white privilege, it is only through their own failings that they are underachievers. They have to be written off as irredeemable MAGA voters. In 21st-century America, victimhood is largely a state of mind. If Prince Harry and Meghan can be victims, anyone can! All the party need do to lock in its base is keep the glass half empty for those inclined to be dissatisfied or dissident on the one hand, while offering them “hope and change” with the other. That leaves it free to pursue any inane policy it chooses. Zero CO2 emissions by 2050, anyone?)

— ‘A little tear’: MacCallum predicts how Statue of Liberty would react to migrant ‘mayhem’ in NYC – Chris Donaldson (COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, Independents, and RINOs promote illegal immigration and paint illegals as being GOD-LIKE.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Fox News host Martha MacCallum reacted to a whistleblower account of illegal immigrants who are housed in a swanky New York City hotel being picky about their free gourmet food and spending their time drinking, getting high, having sex and engaging in domestic violence by suggesting that such behavior would bring a tear to the Statue of Liberty’s eye. . .And I’m thinking there’s a little tear coming down the Statue of Liberty’s head when she hears that the food is not exactly what they would like and there is mayhem going on in these hotels, where people are also, according to this whistleblower, having sex in the hallways, getting into fights, domestic abuse is taking place,” she said. . .On Wednesday’s edition of “The Ingraham Angle,” Rodriguez shared a video of trash bags of uneaten, fresh “good food” that is rotting because the picky “migrants don’t want to eat them.” “They said they don’t like it,” he said of the discarded dinners. “This is all food that is going to waste. This is insane.” “The chaos that we see at the Row today is [caused] by migrants being drunk, drinking all day, smoking marijuana [and] consuming drugs,” Rodriguez added, noting that the hotel is struggling with an explosion of “domestic violence” among the illegals with young people “having sex in the stairs,” and fighting with hotel security personnel. “The form in which they keep their rooms is horrendous. They don’t clean it, they don’t fold their clothes. They’re hoarding clothes, they’re hoarding whatever they can hoard,” he said, explaining that the employees have lost control over the hotel and the migrants act like they own the place. “There’s no accountability.” “The ones that have all the power are the migrants. The hotel workers lost their power in the hotel,” Rodriguez said.)
— MSNBC forced to edit column after TPUSA sends cease-and-desist letter – Vivek Saxena (COMMENT: In retrospect, with benefit of hindsight, I should have sent many cease-and-desist letters. Those letters might have delayed if not stopped adverse actions that have been taken against me.)

— Taking someone under 19 to a drag show would be a misdemeanor under proposed Nebraska bill – ALEX NITZBERG
— New ATF rule on pistol stabilizing braces will effectively ban millions of rifles – CARLOS GARCIA

— Illinois Governor Signs Bill that Encourages Travel Abortions, Shields Abortionists from Red State Legal Action – KATHERINE HAMILTON (COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Illinois Democrats discourage traditional marriage and discourage the traditional family.)
— Whistleblower: Migrants Living for Free in NYC Hotels are Fighting Staff, Drinking All Day, Having Sex in Public – JOHN BINDER
— House, Senate Republicans Seek to Overturn D.C. Law Allowing Illegal Aliens to Vote – JOHN BINDER
— Americans Not Optimistic for Improvement on Key Issues in 2023 – HANNAH BLEAU
— ‘Queering the Schoolhouse:’ Teacher Training Seeks to Mobilize Student Activists – SPENCER LINDQUIST

— The education/culture wars rock on … and conservatives have to keep fighting – DAVE HUBER

— We Don’t Need Border Security; We Need to Make Illegal Immigration Illegal.

— Blue States Attempted To Crackdown On Guns. Firearm Sales Skyrocketed Instead – BRONSON WINSLOW
— Wokeness Is Slowly Hollowing Out The Fed – E.J. ANTONI (COMMENT: During the 1980s and 1990s, Affirmative Action, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion hollowed out GAO.)
— House Republicans To Investigate Biden’s Afghanistan Withdrawal – DYLAN HOUSMAN
— The Left’s Nightmare Scenario Is Unfolding In Florida, And It Could Go National – MARY ROOKE

— COMMENT: Would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. have approved of the adverse actions that my Democrat GAO, IRS, and Post Office superiors took against me because I opposed their political affiliation discrimination, reverse discrimination, and age discrimination? Would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. have approved of the adverse actions that the Illinois Republican Party, DuPage County Republican Central Committee, Milton Township Republican Organization, Illinois, DuPage County, Milton Township, Wheaton, Wheaton Park District, Wheaton Chamber of Commerce, TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois, Illinois Center Right Coalition, American Association of Political Consultants Midwest Chapter, etc. took against me because I oppose their giving preference to those who are minority, female, and/or younger? To give preference to members of one group is to discriminate against members of another group.

— Illinois Sheriffs Take a Stand on the Protecting Illinois Communities Act. 94 of 102 county sheriffs express disagreement with new law. – Michael Clements
— Illegal Immigrant Influx Pushing NYC to ‘Breaking Point,’ Warns Mayor Adams. Crisis could cost city $2 billion, mayor says. – Eva Fu

— Biden’s ‘Corvette’ excuse won’t cut it. Special counsel has a lot to do. Keeping top secret classified documents in a garage next to your Corvette is not acceptable whether you are the president of the United States or an ordinary citizen. – Jonathan Turley (COMMENT: I stored my 1972 Corvette in my mother’s garage in Crete 1971-1984. Money Magazine’s 4-page February 1978 article on me includes a picture of me and that Corvette in that garage.)
— NYC secretly demands teachers consider woke agenda when selecting students for Gifted and Talented program. The NYC DOE training asked teachers to examine their ‘implicit bias’ when choosing Gifted and Talented students. – Hannah Grossman

— Biden’s GarageGate – Classified Documents Stored In Garage By Corvette (COMMENT: I have owned my 1972 Corvette since 1971. I should write a book about my Democrat IRS and GAO superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates who demonized, denigrated, and condemned Corvettes and Corvette owners the most.)
— Schiff’s Office Frequently Sought Removal, ‘Deamplification’ Of Content On Twitter (COMMENT: I should write a book about my critics/opponents and articles that they have not wanted me to include links to in GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters since 2000. It would be an extremely lengthy book.)

— The American Tradition of Personal Responsibility – Dennis Prager (COMMENT: My outstanding parents instilled personal responsibility in me. Because of that, I took college preparatory courses in high school, got an ACT score of 24, earned a bachelor’s degree in management from NIU in 1970, earned an MBA from Loyola in 1976, passed the CPA examination on my first attempt in 1979, earned a master’s degree in accounting from DePaul in 1980, passed the Certified Internal Auditor examination on my first attempt in 1981, became a licensed CPA in 1981, etc. Because of the aforesaid, a) the Post Office hired me in 1966, b) Firestone Stores hired me in 1970, c) IRS hired me in 1971 and promoted me in 1972, 1973, and 1974, and d) GAO hired me in 1980 and promoted me in 1986.)

— Illinois governor threatens to “fire” sheriffs who refuse to enforce state’s unconstitutional gun grab – Patrick Droney (COMMENT: In 1997, when I was 49 years old, my Democrat GAO superiors forced me to take their early retirement “offer” because I objected to their giving preference to their Democrat employees who were minority, female, younger, veteran, non-Protestant, non-German American, and/or those whose ancestors had not been in America for a long time. They did NOT force me to retire because I fail/refused to carry out their preference-giving orders. I should write a book about the tremendous preference that I gave my Democrat GAO subordinates who were minority, female, younger, veteran, non-Protestant, non-German American, and/or those whose ancestors had not been in America for a long time. Virtually all my GAO subordinates were the aforesaid.)

— Pete Buttigieg Avoided Calls, Meetings While on Paternity Leave During Supply Chain Crisis, FOIA Documents Show “even though the transportation secretary claimed he’d be on the clock ’24/7′ during this controversial period” – Mike LaChance (COMMENT: I did not take any vacation days or sick days during the first 2 years that I worked for IRS 1971-1973. Because I had earned almost 3 years of full-time federal seniority by working only part-time for the Park Forest Post Office while I attended UIC and NIU 1966-1969, starting in 1971, I earned 20 vacation days a year, and starting in 1983, I earned 26 vacation days a year. Starting in 1973, my vacation days were “use-or-lose.” SEE: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/leave-administration/fact-sheets/annual-leave/ .)

— Jonathan Turley Takes Biden Apart Over Classified Documents and Corvette Standard (COMMENT: I have owned my 1972 Corvette since 1971. I should write a book about my Democrat IRS and GAO superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates who demonized, denigrated, and condemned Corvettes and Corvette owners the most.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Biden responded to this with a horrible response, claiming that the classified documents were kept next to his Corvette. “My Corvette is in a locked garage okay?” It’s not like they’re out on the streets. Jonathan Turley, a George Washington Law School professor, was moved by this. Biden was ridiculed for his absurd response. He said, “The corvette standards are not in classified protocols ” and observed, “The White House counsel could now cite the corvette’s long-standing slogan: Like a car but better.” . . . It is amazing that Joe Biden would act like being right next to his Corvette makes him cool. He took who knows how many classified papers and had them scattered all over the place, including in insecure locations. How could this man ever comment on President Donald Trump, who was granted the right to presidential records and kept them in a vault in his home? This was crazy! Here’s Joe Biden pulling his Corvette from the garage where it was kept in a 2020 campaign video. As you can see, he has boxes on the right and storage space to his left. This is where classified documents were stored. It is a heap of junk, and there’s no place you would want classified documents open to the streets. Do they sit next to an old broken lamp? This gives Joe great assurance about the “Corvette Standard.”)

— Newsom’s Hollow Ring of Freedom – WILL SWAIM

— Democrats are the greatest existential threat to the United States – David Horowitz

— Joe Biden Is the Enemy Of Our Second Amendment – Sarah Arnold
(FROM THE ARTICLE: A new Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives rule has Second Amendment supporters up in arms after they announced they are tightening their grip on allowing rifles.)
— DHS Is Helping Illegal Migrants Avoid Deportation – Sarah Arnold (COMMENT: Democrats have declared a Second Civil War on Republicans. Soon, Democrats will have enough illegals in America to get rid of Republicans once and for all.)
— Donald Trump’s Accomplishments as President – Mark Lewis (COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, hate-filled Trump-hating Trump-haters ignore, dismiss, belittle, badmouth, demonize, denigrate, and condemn Trump’s accomplishments.)
— The Death of Merit – Scott Hogenson (COMMENT: My Democrat IRS and GAO superiors were furious when I did the following because it made it more difficult for them to promote Democrat minorities and females over me who had not earned job-related master’s degrees and professional certifications and licenses. I earned an MBA from Loyola in 1976 when I was 27 years old. I passed the CPA examination on my first attempt in 1979. I earned a master’s degree in accounting from DePaul in 1980. I passed the Certified Internal Auditor examination on my first attempt in 1981. I became a licensed CPA in 1981. I became a Certified Fraud Examiner in 1990, Government Financial Manager in 1994, Financial Services Auditor in 1996, and Forensic Accountant in 1997. I earned a master’s degree in financial markets and trading from IIT in 1997.)
(FROM THE ARTICLE: America has always been a land of opportunity. That’s because our nation was founded as a meritocracy, the wellspring of excellence. This concept is central to American exceptionalism. The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written in a time when almost the entire world was governed by systems of monarchy, absolutism or outright dictatorships that rarely, if ever, recognized individual merit. In this regard, America’s founding was indeed exceptional. Leftists detest America’s meritocracy. The reason is simple: recognizing merit means there will be winners and losers, a fact that motivates all of us to try harder with a belief in and reliance upon oneself. Those who exhibit greater merit – through hard work, resourcefulness, perseverance, innate aptitude and so forth – usually enjoy more success. Meritocracy motivates us to individualism and excellence, and is hardwired into the DNA of the human race. The polar opposite of meritocracy is equality of outcome, which requires the entire society, save for political and cultural elites, to exist at the lowest common denominator. It is the foundation of socialist and communist dictatorships, enforced through violence, because totalitarians know that living life at the lowest common denominator is contrary to human nature and natural law. It is no secret that merit is not now, nor has it ever been, universally recognized. The first lesson my father taught me as a very young child was “life isn’t fair,” and time has proved him correct. But the periodic unfairness of life doesn’t mean meritocracies are bad. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, meritocracies are the worst form of society except for all the others that have been tried.)

— Biden Admin Calling on Illegal Aliens to Snitch on American Citizens in Exchange for Massive Reward – Jack Gist

— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats and RINOs use Affirmative Action, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to get rid of Republicans.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats use Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. to promote hatred against Republicans. Ever-increasingly, Democrats are race hustlers. SEE: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Race%20Hustler
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Washington Post fact-checker gives GOP four ‘Pinocchios’ for IRS ‘agents’ claim.” (COMMENT: Who do you know who has worked for IRS? I worked for IRS for almost 9 years, the last 5 1/2 years of which at the GS-12 Step 1-5 Levels, currently $92,279-$104,583/year. Who do you know who has audited IRS? I worked for GAO on audits of IRS for 3 years at the GS-13 Step 1-3 Levels, currently $109,732-$117,047/year.)

— COMMENT: The more that you do to oppose the promotion of LGBTQ, the more that Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, Independents, RINOs, and other anti-conservatives and conservative-haters do to destroy you.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats, Libertarians, Greens, Independents, and RINOs use Affirmative Action, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to get rid of Republicans like me who are conservative, White, male, older, non-veteran, married, non-poor, gun owners, Protestant, German American, and/or have ancestors who have been in America for a long time..
— COMMENT: Democrats say “McCarthy is not a leader. Republicans don’t trust each other. And it all benefits Democrats.”

— COMMENT: Democrats say that Mary Trump says that “Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Actually Speaker of the House.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “George Santos Sparks Flurry of Jokes After ‘Anthony Devolder’ Clip Surfaces.”

— COMMENT: Democrats say “Trump’s 2016 playbook vanquished Republican challengers. Can he do it again in 2024? Any candidate needs to be eyes wide open that Trump is merciless.” I should write a book about candidates on Republican primary ballots and on non-partisan ballots in my precinct since 2000 who did the most negative campaigning. I would focus on those who lost elections and who blamed me and who blamed my GOPUSA ILLINOIS newsletters the most for their losses. It is called scapegoating.

— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, promoting LGBTQ is the top priority for Democrats and for RINOs. How soon, if not already, will Democrats and RINOs succeed in officially stopping those like me who do not promote LGBTQ from seeking or holding any kind of government or political office? I should write a book about the success that Democrats and RINOs have had in promoting LGBTQ in Illinois, in DuPage County, in Milton Township, and in Wheaton.

— COMMENT: Democrats say “Watchdog sees ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ for the IRS.” Who do you know who has worked for IRS? I worked for IRS for almost 9 years, the last 5 1/2 years of which at the GS-12 Step 1-5 Levels, currently $92,279-$104,583/year. Who do you know who has audited IRS? I worked for GAO on audits of IRS for 3 years at the GS-13 Step 1-3 Levels, currently $109,732-$117,047/year.)

— COMMENT: Democrats say Comer says “Santos to be removed from U.S. Congress if he broke campaign finance laws.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Watch George Santos Lie About His Name In Startling Video.”

— COMMENT: According to this writer, King’s “policy aims were unapologetically color-conscious” and “King often focused on the financial impacts of white supremacy and the need for America to make amends for its exploitation of Black labor.”
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Santos, as ‘Anthony Devolder,’ Pushed Transgender Voters to G.O.P. in 2019. A year before George Santos first ran for Congress, he appeared at an L.G.B.T.Q. event using one of his alternate identities.” I should write a book about the following who have promoted LGBTQ the most: past and present a) leaders of the Illinois Republican Party, DuPage County Republican Central Committee, and Milton Township Republican Organization, b) Republican leaders of Illinois, DuPage County, Milton Township, Wheaton, Wheaton Park District, and Wheaton Chamber of Commerce, c) unsuccessful Republican candidates on ballots in my precinct and their major donors, political consultants, fundraisers, pollsters, campaign managers, campaign staff members, and campaign volunteers, d) conservative leaders, e) religious leaders, and f) those who I have sued. I would focus on the aforesaid who have taken the most/biggest adverse actions against me.
— COMMENT: Democrats say “Eric Adams Heads to Mexican Border, as the Migrant Crisis Continues. The New York City mayor said the arrival of tens of thousands of asylum seekers could cost as much as $2 billion, putting pressure on the city’s budget.”
— COMMENT: I should write a book about shadow banning.
— COMMENT: Ever-increasingly, Democrats make it clear that they are going to abolish the Second Amendment and confiscate all firearms and all ammunition from Republicans.

— COMMENT: Democrats say “When a problematic employee you fired starts claiming retaliation.’ While I worked for GAO 1980-1997, my Democrat superiors assigned me to supervise all their problematic employees who they wanted to fire and who were minority, female, disabled, and/or veteran. I should write a book about that,)

— COMMENT: Democrats say “What employers can do about resume padding or omission. The case of George Santos’ resume brings reminders for employers.” What about including on resumes actions taken to oppose political affiliation discrimination, reverse discrimination, and age discrimination? I became an active member in a class action lawsuit in 1988 that charged my Democrat GAO superiors with reverse discrimination, age discrimination, and retaliation. I ever-increasingly complained about political affiliation discrimination, reverse discrimination, and age discrimination while I worked for GAO 1980-1997, IRS 1971-1980, and the Post Office 1966-1969. What about including on resumes adverse actions? My Democrat GAO superiors a) forced me to take their early retirement “offer” in 1997 when I was 49 years old, b) never promoted me beyond GS-13, c) delayed my promotions to GS-11, GS-12, and GS-13, d) always ranked me in the bottom half of my coworkers for pay-for-performance purposes, e) forced the GAO manager to retire in 1987 who had promoted me in 1986, gotten me assigned to audits of IRS in 1986, and arranged for my transfer from IRS in 1980, f) kept me off audits of IRS for all but 3 of the almost 18 years that I worked for GAO, and g) forced me to take a $21,863/year pay cut in today’s dollars, a downgrade from GS-12 Step 5 to GS-9 Step 10, to transfer from IRS to GAO in 1980. My Democrat IRS superiors a) never promoted me beyond GS-12, b) disallowed my education deductions in 1978, c) forced the IRS manager to transfer to Texas in 1975 who had promoted me in 1974, 1973, and 1972, and d) disallowed my travel vouchers in 1974. My Democrat Firestone Stores boss rudely fired me when I gave him my 2-week notice that I had accepted a job offer from Oldsmobile in 1971. My Democrat Post Office superiors a) forced me to resign in 1969 and b) disallowed my sick leave requests in 1969 and 1968.)

— COMMENT: Democrats say “Gaetz says Santos should go through House ethics process, not be shunned.”

— COMMENT: A hate-filled White-hating White-hater asks “Critical Race Theory?” and says “No, Critical Race Fact” and says “Critical Race Theory researchers have gathered enough evidence by now that the dynamics they explore are a hard reality.” In my defense, while all my ancestors immigrated during the 1840s and 1850s, they always lived in northeast Illinois. None of them lived in slave states. None of them were employers. The men worked in brick factory, were farmers, operated a hardware store, and worked in the office of a chemical plant. The women were homemakers. None of them owned slaves. None of them directly benefitted from slavery. None of them fought for the Confederate Army. On my father’s side, they lived in Crete which was a stop on the underground railroad. A relative of one of my ancestors fought for the Union Army. I have his Civil War sword.)

— COMMENT: Democrats say “George Santos ‘deserves chance to make case’, says Republican Matt Gaetz. Far-right rebel backs New York congressman whose résumé is largely fiction but whose support is vital for speaker McCarthy.”

— COMMENT: Democrats say “NYC mayor Eric Adams says the city is at ‘breaking point’ as 400 asylum seekers arrive EACH DAY – and submits an emergency aid request to Gov. Kathy Hochul to help shelter hundreds of migrants.”

— All politics is local (COMMENT: What are the leaders of your local Republican organizations doing to elect Republican candidates on April 4? Democrat local party organizations have always focused on electing Democrats in local elections. Consequently, ever-increasingly, local elected officials are ever-increasingly Democrats. I should write a book about how and why the following have become ever-increasingly Democrat: College of DuPage, Wheaton Warrenville School District 200, Wheaton, and Wheaton Park District.)
— Political consulting (COMMENT: Political parties exist to help elect candidates who can and will defend and advance their platform. The Republican Party platform is conservative. Ever-increasingly, Republican candidates, elected officials, and party leaders in Illinois talk and/or act like Democrat plant, Libertarian plant, Green plant, Independent plant, RINO, and other anti-conservative and conservative-hating political consultants advise them a) to dump the individual responsibility, traditional marriage/family, right to life, immigration, Second Amendment, illegal drugs, and/or equal opportunity (no race or gender based preference giving) planks in the Republican Party platform and b) to dump voters who support the aforesaid planks.)

Author: David Diersen

The opinions that I express in GOPUSA ILLINOIS emails are based on experience that I have gained doing many things since 1948. I base my opinions on what I learned a) working for the federal government for almost 30 years -- Post Office 1966-1969, IRS 1971-1980, and GAO 1980-1997, serving on the Executive Committee of the Association of Government Accountants Chicago Chapter 1983-1996, and being a union member while I worked for the Post Office and IRS; b) earning an MBA from Loyola in 1976, a masters degree in accounting from DePaul in 1980, and a masters degree in financial markets and trading from IIT in 1997; c) passing the CPA examination on my first attempt in 1979 and passing the Certified Internal Auditor examination on my first attempt in 1981; c) serving as a Republican Precinct Committeeman since 1999, the GOPUSA Illinois Editor since 2000, the TAPROOT Republicans of Illinois Chairman 2005-2012, a member of the 2008 Illinois Republican Party (IRP) Platform and Resolutions Committee, a Wheaton Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee member 2003-2011, the Milton Township Republican Central Committee webmaster 2008-2010 and 2000-2004, an Illinois Center Right Coalition Steering Committee member 2003-2007, and an American Association of Political Consultants Midwest Chapter board member 2001-2004; d) attending the 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 IRP State Conventions as a delegate; e) being the subject of a nasty 4-page article in the February 1978 issue of Money Magazine; f) pursing litigation including Diersen v. GAO and Diersen v. Chicago Car Exchange; g) being married since 1978; h) living in Crete 1948-1972, in University Park 1972-1976, in Chicago 1976-1978, and in DuPage County, Milton Township, and Wheaton since 1978; and i) being baptized, raised, and confirmed as a Missouri Synod Lutheran.