Episode 869 – Really? That’s Racist?

Hunter Biden’s former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, makes Democrats look stupid.

Dylan Mulvaney says social media should sensor everything but what he wants censored.

And Advil has decided to create a campaign that alienates white people because I guess they are making too much money.

Dumbasses of the Day

What More Do You Need?

Pain is Racist?


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Some things:

This is a company that makes aspirin. Unless they are banning the sales of their product, or anyone else is doing it, what are they worried about? Do black people have more pain than white people?


Advil, with guidance from Morehouse School of Medicine, surveyed 2000 people in America to assess the real impact of pain on their lives. Topics included pain experience, life impact, pain management, and perceived bias. The study found that 64% of Black individuals felt their healthcare providers treat people of their race and ethnicity worse than people of other races and ethnicities.

This is a bad study from a college that has an agenda. I also want to point out this is a self reporting study.? Who did they interview? What medical clinics or doctors failed the black community? What did they have to say?


The launch of Advil’s Pain Equity Fund included grants to both Morehouse School of Medicine and BLKHLTH. Part of the grants will be used to partner with other leading experts to begin to develop a pain-equity-focused training for medical students that will be piloted next year.


The Bullshit Is Strong

The one problem the Left and the Biden administration are getting their narrative out there. One of the reason is because their narrative is just wrong.

  • Most people aren’t racist.
  • Most people aren’t bigots.
  • Most people aren’t trans-phobes.
  • There are no lynchings, killing or violence against gay people, blacks or trans-people.

When a situation comes up, they need to capitalize on it. In the case of the trans-folks, they need to lie about it. It turns out, people aren’t killing trans-people.

This is one of those ugly lies pushed by the media:

  • There was a fight between three girls and a “non-binary” person. It turns out the non-binary person is a girl.
  • The fight happened in the girls’ restroom at Owasso High School in Owasso, Oklahoma.
  • Benedict was taken to the hospital because these three gals beat the shit out of her.
  • Benedict died shortly after being released from the hospital.
  • Teen Vogue reported when the story broke that “a source who claimed to be the mother of Benedict’s best friend told a local outlet the cause of death was ‘complications from brain trauma,’ and that ‘three older girls were beating the victim and her daughter in the girl’s bathroom.’”
  • Also: Benedict texted a family member saying the teen “got jumped at school 3 on 1 had to go to the ER.”
  • The media ran with the story.
  • Here’s the problem: The police and the school all did not embrace the narrative. Instead of saying that, they stood silent and waited for test results.

Maybe they had reason. Turns out Benedict started the fight. Here she is in the hospital being interviewed by police:

That’s right! She started the fight. It gets worse. It turns out the police did not believe she had died of brain trauma. They decided to remain silent until the autopsy results were in.

Yeah, she didn’t die at the hands of bigoted bullies. She died of intentional suicide by drug overdose. According to the Daily Wire:

In a statement, the Owasso Police Department said it waited to release the cause of death until the toxicology report was completed, KJRH reported. That toxicology report indicates that Benedict died by suicide, the result of an overdose of Diphenhydramine and Fluoxetine, or, Benadryl and Prozac.

“From the beginning of this investigation, Owasso Police observed many indications that this death was the result of suicide,” the police statement said. “However, investigators did not wish to confirm that information without the final results being presented by the Oklahoma Medical Examiners Office.”

Of course, when the Left has a good story, they just keep beating on it. Last week, the Biden administration released a statement:

Yeah, the story is forgotten and a new batch of lies has taken root. I decided to bring this one up because we should not forget what they are doing.


Much Ado About Nothing

This is what the media is flipping about:

This is what Trump actually said:

The media got called out right away. But it doesn’t matter. The lies are what count.

This stuff is not working. The media is just looking worse.

Why Not?

According to Fox News:

“Marriage fundamentalism” promotes the ideas of “White supremacy,” according to a White George Mason University professor. 

Professor Bethany Letiecq wrote in the Journal of Marriage and Family about her theory “that marriage fundamentalism, like structural racism, is a key structuring element of White heteropatriarchal supremacy.” 

Marriage fundamentalism can be understood as an ideological and cultural phenomenon, where adherents espouse the superiority of the two-parent married family,” she wrote. “But it is also a hidden or unacknowledged structural mechanism of White heteropatriarchal family supremacy that is essential to the reproduction and maintenance of family inequality in the United States.”

Letiecq is an associate professor in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, “specializing in the utilization of community-based participatory action research approaches, anti-racist research methods.”

The professor explained in the article that she is “a White, cisgender woman … currently living with my partner and co-raising our children in a committed heterosexual union outside the institution of marriage.” 

In the article, Letiecq said she drew upon “critical feminist and intersectional frameworks to delineate an overarching orientation to structural oppression and unequal power relations that advantages White heteropatriarchal nuclear families (WHNFs) and marginalizes others as a function of family structure and relationship status.” 

She argued that, “since colonization,” “marriage fundamentalism has been instantiated through laws, policies, and practices to unduly advantage WHNFs while simultaneously marginalizing Black, Indigenous, immigrant, mother-headed, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning (LGBTQ+) families, among others.”


How Bad Is It When Taco Bell Can’t Make It

According to the New York Post:

Several Taco Bell restaurants in Oakland, California, have closed their dining rooms and are only offering drive-thru service as a surge in crime grips the city.

The Diversified Restaurant Group, which owns nearly 300 Taco Bell locations across California, Nevada, Kansas and Missouri, has closed the dining rooms at all four of its locations in Oakland due to safety concerns, KPIX reported.

One of the restaurants, located at 3535 35th Ave., has been robbed four times since November, twice when the restaurant was open for business, the outlet noted. Three weeks ago, robbers reportedly made off with a safe.

Kimberly Garibay, who works across the street, said the restaurant’s cash registers are not the only target.

“They just pull up out of nowhere and it’s not like they only rob the store. They rob everybody in there as well,” she said. “So it’s not as safe as it used to be. There’s a lot of crime now.”

“It’s just — what is Oakland coming to? Everything is getting worse. Things are closing down. You know, it’s just terrible,” another resident, Aliyah Musa, told KPIX.


Are You Seeing a Pattern?

According to NBC News:

A restaurant in San Francisco’s Mission District is catching attention online after recently bumping the price of its signature burrito from $11 to $22.

The owner of La Vaca Birria says it’s not an attempt to make more money, but an attempt to continue to break even as prices for everything rise.

When you walk into the restaurant, it smells, “either like birria, or charcoal,” said Ricardo Lopez, owner of La Vaca Birria.

For the last two years, he has operated the spot — built out of a former record store in the Mission.

His vision has been to make the kind of food his aunts, uncles and mother used to make — but kicked up a notch.    

The only problem is, the price of nearly everything he uses to make his food has gone up. Like onions for example.

“Before COVID, they were like $9 a sack at Restaurant Depot, I used to pick them up. During COVID, and after, it was $40 dollars. Right now, it’s $80,” said Lopez.

Their signature burrito is the most popular and nearly every ingredient that goes into it has doubled in cost. That’s the reason the owner said its price has, too.



According to the New York Post:

More than three-quarters of Americans believe tipping culture has gone too far as prompts for gratuities on credit card machines pester consumers in virtually every establishment, according to a survey.

The survey by discount-finder website CouponBirds also found that about two-thirds of the 1,100 people polled tack feel pressured to tack on a couple of extra bucks because of “guilt tipping.”

Roughly 65% of those guilt tips are purely to avoid awkwardness with staffers who are typically standing right there and awaiting a gratuity.

Meanwhile, 63% guilt tip to avoid confrontation, per CouponBirds’ survey that was earlier reported on by Daily Mail.

It’s not always humans tipping humans, though — half of CouponBirds’ survey respondents said they had been asked to tip at an automated, self-service checkout.

It’s more than just that:

  • Tipping is done BEFORE service has been rendered (Uber Eats, Door Dash).
  • Tipping is included in the bill.
  • Servers expect it to pad their wage and will guilt you if you don’t tip. It’s not based on quality of service or food.
  • Why not tip everyone? McDonald’s and Burger King don’t expect tips.
  • Service and quality is beginning to suck! I have not tipped people.
  • The meals themselves has gotten expensive. You are adding 15-20% to the bill. That’s $15 for a $100 meal that was worth probably $75.

I tip, but the service better be remarkable, especially if they add the tip to the bill.

No matter the situation, just 30.7% of survey respondents said that they “always tip,” CouponBirds found, while 22.9% said they “often” did and just 5.7% “never” added a gratuity.

To offset the painfully unpleasant interactions, a staggering 84% said they believe the minimum wage should be increased for servers.

Some states have already done this, including the Big Apple, which implemented a $1 hourly wage hike, from $15 to $16, at the beginning of the year

In the remainder of New York State, the new minimum wage rose to $15, from $14.20.

If a server is getting $15 an hour, why should we tip at all? If I knew this, I wouldn’t tip.