Participants in Pfizer and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials can't stop blabbing. The media is overflowing with testimonials explaining "Why I Volunteered" or "What It Was Like To Participate In The Clinical Trial For Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine." Loudmouth liberal writer Molly Jong-Fast publicly begged for beatification:

"Call Me the Joan of Arc of Coronavirus Vaccine Trials," Jong-Fast's ode to herself in The New York Times implored.

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"Truly striking." "Tremendous." "Extraordinary." "Miraculous." "A great day for science and humanity." Those are just a few of the hyperbolic responses from government health officials and Big Pharma cheerleaders to preliminary COVID vaccine trial data released by Pfizer and Moderna this past week.

If it all sounds too good to be true, then congratulations: Your B.S. detector is fully charged and operational.

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We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, do not forgive.

We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, do not forget.

We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, do not surrender.

We, the 71 million Americans who voted to reelect Donald J. Trump, resoundingly reject the phony olive branches of former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Buckle up. No matter what happens on Election Day, as I've warned for months, we are in for a long and wild ride. Over Halloween weekend, businesses in every major city across the country boarded up their windows and police departments prepared for "civil unrest."

I abhor that propagandistic euphemism, don't you? "Unrest" is when you've had a bout of insomnia. If journalism still meant anything in America, every media outlet would call it what it is: violence. And it's not just random violence but planned political chaos by anti-Trump forces.

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Is there any clearer sign of how privileged a society is than the disproportionate amount of time that society spends guilting citizens over how privileged they are?

I'll never forget the first time I encountered "critical race theory" and its overbearing adherents at my alma mater, Oberlin College, in the 1990s. Multicultural studies were all the rage. Higher education officials had torpedoed Western civilization curriculum requirements at prestigious universities nationwide. The ululations of the aggrieved reached a fever pitch as anti-white extremists demanded separate academic departments, dorms, graduation ceremonies and deans in the name of justice and equality.

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