July 12, 2022
This stream is interesting and well worth the watch, in my opinion. It is 2 1/2 hours long, but it really doesn’t feel like it’s that long. The video starts out with an interview with Santa, takes you on a tour around the Capitol building, and then finishes going back to camp. Elizabeth Warren comes out and says some words, although you can’t really hear what she has to say. “Preacher” does manage to shout some words “Baby Lives Matter” and “Black Babies Matter”, so by going on that I’m sure she was talking about the abortion bill they’re trying to push through Congress. They do have a couple of encounters with triggered people, one encounter specifically…they’re walking back to camp, and they walk up on this dad who had his daughter’s eyes covered so she can’t see the American flags. Oh, the trauma!
Santa’s interview is very interesting…it’s just a short one, but in it Santa and the Preacher talk about the history of the Catholic Church/Religion. What he talks about is exactly what I’ve been talking about for the last few months. It’s not that I didn’t know these things before, it just kinda got lost with everything else going on.
Santa has a meeting with his civil rights lawyer today and is more than likely turning himself in either tomorrow or Thursday. Big B is still in prison in West Virginia as far as I know, and the conditions are horrible. Xray Vision has disappeared. He went dark after his truck was towed and has gone somewhere. He’s pretty much staying quiet at the moment. Which must be hard for him, considering how outspoken he is, but he’s doing what he thinks is best for him at the moment. I don’t blame him.
I know the stream is long, but when you have the time I think it’s very much worth the time.
I think that’s about all I have for now
So until next time…
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