retired history teacher & medical "something"
Nixon didn’t want to accept the pardon. As I said, he was convinced an innocent man, and a pardon is, in a way, an admission of guilt. I don’t know how he did it, but Ford did get him to agree to leave quietly.
They didn’t prosecute Nixon because he accepted a pardon. Actually, he wanted to take his case to trial, still firmly believing he was an innocent man. Ford was right to call a halt to that “long national nightmare”. I don’t think for one nanosecond that Biden will pardon the Orange Menace.
This poor child’s mother called her a “patriot” after dying – being killed, I’d say – after a Corona party. Her parents fooled around for a week before taking her to the hospital. https://tinyurl.com/ybelg5fe
And then there’s Wynn Bigly, another crackpot for trump.
“There’s my African-American.” https://tinyurl.com/y7bh5pfg
I have just finished reading a book entitled The Next Pandemic, by Dr. Ali S. Khan. Dr. Khan was with the CDC for many years, and now teaches at University of Nebraska. Although it was published in 2016, and covered a period of many years before that, it is frighteningly prophetic. See if you local library has a copy.
Did you see this little gem from All-American Patriot Tucker Carlson? https://tinyurl.com/yd6m7d3x
A classic case of “Look what you made me do.”
I have a copy of an old “Pickles” cartoon on my fridge. They are seated at the counter in a diner, and Earl looks across and says something along the lines of “Look at that old couple down there. Do you think we’ll ever look like that?”
To which Opal replies, “That’s a mirror. And that’s us.”
Probably her mum. I know my mum keeps getting in between me and the mirror.