Joe and his coterie of radicals are a festering boil.
“This demonization was the final element towards making this the most brutal as well as the bloodiest day in English history. A low point of barbarity had been reached.” — George Goodwin, Fatal Colours
Is it Anthony Fauci, Randi Weingarten, Bill Gates, or Mark Zuckerberg?
(1) Mark Zuckerberg Named ‘Scoundrel of the Year’ for Creating ‘Worst Website in the World’ (Newsweek)
(2) Viganò appeals to US patriots (Church Militant)
“How was it possible to arrive at such a betrayal? How have we come to be considered enemies by those who govern us, not in support of the common good, but rather to feed a hellish machine of death and slavery?”
(3) Quote from Fatal Colours by George Goodwin:
“Some of the ‘Northern men’ nevertheless managed to reach the swift deep waters of Cock Beck, perhaps trying to make for the bridge across it — not knowing that it had already been destroyed. What then? The answer lies at the far end of Bloody Meadow as it bends around the side of the northern plateau and as Cock Beck itself snakes to the east. Today it is secluded, tree-lined and shaded, but in the late afternoon gloom of Palm Sunday 1461, it bore a very different aspect. In place of the bridge that the Lancastrians, to protect the rear of their position, had themselves destroyed before the battle — just as they had at Tadcaster — another one began to rise from the depths to the top of the waters. This was a bridge formed by men who had been dragged under the surface, whether by the press of their comrades or because their multi-layered jacks continued absorbing water until they became as heavy, perhaps heavier, than the armor of the horseless, stranded-men-at-arms flailing through the water. It was also partly formed by others, who, slowed to a standstill in the crush of crossing, had proved easy targets for arrow or hammer. It now became a horrific lifeline as the men struggled over their dead comrades. Its name survives to this day: the Bridge of Bodies.”