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Something Has Changed – What Is Wrong With Nancy Pelosi?

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Something is wrong with Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Oh sure, she has a long list of issues many would claim make her wrong on many levels, morally, ethically, and politically speaking. But the question presented is what is physically, cognitively, or spiritually wrong with her – perhaps all three?

It should be noted Nancy is reportedly 81 years old. The inside the beltway scuttlebutt is Nancy has had a drinking problem that reveals itself during the workday, often over the last decade or so. She is often described as shrewd, cunning, and calculating. Those among that same rumor circle in DC behind closed doors call her bat s **t crazy, delusional, and petty.

But all of the above is standard Nancy and what is below is not.

You do not have to be doctor to be able to see that this is not a healthy person. The stumbling, mumbling, unable to connect, out of breath, jittery, glassy eyes, cold, robotic, clearly doesn’t believe her own words. pic.twitter.com/8Bz2l6FvM0

— Kristy Swanson (@KristySwansonXO) October 21, 2021

Here is the Speaker of the House only a few weeks earlier:

She’s drunk pic.twitter.com/2fVXmuIJhd

— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) September 30, 2021

There could be video after video posted over the last two years that all reveal a decaying level of cognitive functioning, albeit worsened by prescribed or non-prescribed substances and alcohol abuse. The point is this decline is suddenly steeper over the last three months, and no amount of spin can hide it. Can this just be from alcohol-related dementia?

There is little doubt that the Speaker has been taking some major hits lately and mired in a battle with the more extreme darlings of her Marxist Party to deliver Biden’s monstrosity and immoral spending package. She has also recently returned from an overseas trip, and air travel and fatigue can exacerbate underlining medical or mental conditions.

The Democrat Trinity, Joe, Nancy, and Kamala, all suffer from dismal approval ratings, and some of her most stalwart congressional members are bolting for the exits before what most predict will be a wipeout Midterms. But even with all those stressors, Pelosi appears to be truly struggling to even get her words out of her mouth, much less have them be coherent. She is physically winded, and her hyper-alert facial expressions smack of a hostage situation where the captive is trying to deliver Morse code with her eyes.

Here are some samples of what the public chooses to characterize her bizarre presentations as on social media post:

“Fear and Vodka….”
“Guilty and walls closing in on her.”
“From the well-trained eye, she’s intoxicated at a level that would have a normal person completely falling over and incoherent. Long haul alcoholics function at an almost normal state and are intoxicated pretty much all of the time.”
“Is this seriously the best they got for Speaker? The thought of her being 3rd in command should scare the Hell out of everybody!”
“Demon-possession will do this to you.”
“Humans…possessed by demons…get publicly nervous in the demonic service…at times…the human side cannot hide their out-of-breath, jittery, glassy eyes, cold, robotic…realization they are spewing Godless lies and they are doomed.”
Too much Botox, alcohol, and guilt will make you look and act alien-like. “
“She is cracking up before our eyes!”
” Send in the hostage rescue team and a straight jacket.”

Between the amoeba functioning POTUS, Cackling clueless, where oh where is Kamala, and Foster Brooks, Pelosi, it is time for mandated cognitive testing on public servants when their behaviors warrant. This woman is third in line to the Oval Office – goodness sake.

So what does that look like exactly? How would we determine mental and emotional fitness while in office? We have a qualified professional administer an MMSE for starts.

The (MMSE) stands for the Mini-Mental Status Exam to quantify cognitive functioning and screen for cognitive loss. It is the standard for initial screening for Dementia in persons over 65 years of age. Many health disciplines can administer the test, including Psychiatrists, Neurologists, Primary Care Physicians, Internists, Nurses, and other trained professionals.

Before administrating the test, it must be determined if any other factors could be in play, causing poor memory, confusion, and an altered cognitive state other than Dementia. Factors such as diagnosed brain injury, memory loss from ECT, medications, other disease processes, illegal substances, established developmental deficits and low IQ, and psychiatric behavioral states.

The terms Senile, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s are often used by laypeople interchangeably. Learn the differences – Dementia involves nerve cells in the brain, which deteriorate and stop working properly. Typically this occurs in older populations but not always just the elderly. As we age, we will all lose a step or two, but Dementia patients have earlier and more progressive visible signs of dysfunction. There are many different types of Dementia; Alzheimer’s, Lewy body dementia, frontotemporal dementia, vascular disorders, and mixed Dementia, or a combination of types.

10 typical early signs of Dementia

Memory loss
Difficulty planning or solving problems
Difficulty doing familiar tasks
Being confused about time, place, person
Challenges with verbal and imagery stimuli
Problems speaking and writing
Misplacing things
Very poor judgment and impulsive decision making
Social withdrawal /demonstratively poor social skills
A significant change in mood, temperament, and lability.

Would Nancy Pelosi pass a mini-mental status exam? Would you?

Ready to take the MMSE test?

First, you will need someone to administer the test to the subject – critical point. To give the examination, seat the individual in a quiet, well-lit room. Ask him/her to listen carefully and to answer each question as accurately as he/she can. Each section of the test involves a related series of questions or commands. The individual receives one point for each correct answer.

Click here to download the MMSE questionnaire – it is in PDF form so one can print it.

Don’t time the test but score it right away. To score, add the number of correct responses. The individual can receive a maximum score of 30 points.

A score below 20 usually indicates cognitive impairment.

I doubt Nancy could score higher than 20 based on her most recent and evident decline.

If we can all be mandated to mask up and jab up then it is only fair play that we can mandate a mini-mental status exam on those tyrants oppressing us.

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2nd Chance Movies :’A Day Which Will Live in Infamy’

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“Mr. Vice President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the Senate, and of the House of Representatives:
Yesterday, December 7th, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.
The United States was at peace with that nation and, at the solicitation of Japan, was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific.”

These immortal words of then-President Franklin Roosevelt set the stage for our salute to a day that changed America’s course in history. We have chosen three selections that highlight the myriad of emotions connected to these historical events. The movies chosen provide context, perspective, and, yes even humor as they explore the serious cultural changes which unfolded post the attack on Pearl Harbor.

As always:

2nd Chance Movies is a reoccurring column dedicated to suggesting films you may have missed or overlooked when they originally were released but deserve another consideration.

We all have our reasons why we choose to pass on movies when they first hit the theaters.

Perhaps the movie lacked effective promotion and never got on your radar.
Maybe you had the film on your list, but buzz initially appeared to fizzle and lacked popularity, so you scratched it off your list.
And then there is the rationale that generated the primary reason this writer created the concept of 2nd Chance Movies –You were not even born yet when the movie was released.

So, Dim the lights, take a seat and grab those special treats and enjoy. Let’s jump right into our first movie recommendation:

#1. Tora! Tora! Tora!:

The 1970 film Tora! Tora! Tora! so named for the Japanese code to inform its fleet the attack was underway. It is the collaboration of American and Japanese filmmakers Richard Fleischer, Kinji Fujikasaku, Toshia Masuda.

The film has an all-star cast from that era who most likely remember that day personally and served in the military on both sides. The main actors are Martin Balsam, Jason Robards, and So Yamamura as Admiral Yamato.

The late film critic Roger Ebert said it was a well-made film but lacked the strong character formations to get the audience emotionally involved. I would argue with Mr. Ebert in that the gravitas of the event itself carries the emotive thread that binds all the characters to the viewer’s reactions to what they are watching up on the big screen. Although 51 years old, the movie should not be too difficult to find and stream for free or even pay for as it is well worth it despite being made before CGI and glorious special effects.

 

#2. The Final Countdown:

This 1979 sci-fi thriller is about a modern aircraft carrier and its crew being thrown back in time to 1941 near Hawaii, just hours before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Why this film choice you ask? Because it stars some great actors who like the stars of Tora! Tora! Tora! are from the generation that fought in World War 2. Another aspect is how this film shows how in just forty years how mighty the USA military grew to become the domineering force in the world after such an eviscerating attack as Pearl Harbor. All the extras in the film are actual crew members of the USS Nimitz which only adds to the realism. The film stars Kirk Douglas, Charles Durning, Martin Sheen, James Farentino, Ron O’Neal. and Katherine Ross, and was directed by Ron Taylor. This is a very entertaining and underappreciated movie.

#3. 1941:

Our 3rd film is the 1981 comedy, 1941, directed by Steven Spielberg(who really despises he made this film and is rather embarrassed by it). It has become a sort of cult classic. This is a cultural examination of human nature and behaviors in crisis through a comedy lens. The premise takes place the following weekend after the attack on Pearl Harbor and is set in Los Angeles, USA. The theme is how paranoia gripped the nation in such grave uncertain times albeit with lots of humor. Again the film has an all-star cast Robert Stack, Slim Pickens, Christopher Lee, Dan Ackroyd, John Candy, and the late John Belushi. One can compare the use of humor in 1941 about the Pearl Harbor attack to the approach the film MASH also used with comedy to lay out the horrors of war. As a comedy vehicle, this movie delivers.

Many think 1941 gets the Christmas movie season kicked off since the action takes place right before Christmas. So, check back for the next additions of 2nd Chance Movies -Christmas.

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Is Biden Ready to Face Putin Over a Ukrainian Crisis?

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Satellite images reveal new camps of Russian soldiers near Ukraine’s border as the US warns Moscow will be ready to invade with 175,000 troops within weeks. Learn more here and see a brief video report below.

Blinken urges Russia to ‘de-escalate’ on Ukraine: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met his Russian counterpart on Thursday to warn him face-to-face of the”serious consequences” Russia would suffer if it invaded Ukraine and to urge him to seek a diplomatic exit from the crisis pic.twitter.com/N9aYtBGCGP

— World News 24 (@DailyWorld24) December 2, 2021

Tensions along Europe’s eastern border have been simmering since Putin annexed Crimea back in 2014 and have been threatening to boil over ever since Moscow began massing forces in the region starting in April this year. Here is a view of a recent history of the conflict. Russia now has 50 battalions comprising up to 94,000 troops stationed on the Ukrainian border with another 80,000 – 100,000 sitting in reserve and will be ready to invade within weeks, the US has warned. See below for a troop movement overview.

President Vladimir Putin said recently that Moscow would seek Western guarantees precluding any further NATO expansion and deployment of its weapons near his country’s borders, a stern demand that comes amid fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. But for now, this does not seem to be in the cards.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has warned Moscow of the “severe costs and consequences” it would pay if it invaded Ukraine, urging his Russian counterpart to seek a diplomatic exit from the crisis. A Putin-Biden summit would take place in the coming days, Interfax stated. See Blinken’s comments on the situation below.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Thursday that President Biden would “likely” speak directly with President Vladimir Putin “in the near future,” as part of a diplomatic effort to head off fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. https://t.co/2MU0KjoQZV pic.twitter.com/AfUrMmvxib

— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 3, 2021

The inevitable talk of US Russia sanctions abound. Blinken declined to spell out what economic sanctions Russia might face if it invaded its neighbor, saying only that “Moscow knows very well the universe of what’s possible.”

However, US officials are currently weighing a wide set of sanctions on Russia meant to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin from launching an invasion into Ukraine, according to people familiar with the discussions. They include new actions against members of Putin’s inner circle and on Russian energy producers, and one potential “nuclear option” is to disconnect Russia from the SWIFT international payment system used by banks around the world.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has imposed sanctions on 28 employees of the Russian special services. Ukraine has already imposed sanctions on thousands of Russian entities since relations between Kyiv and Moscow collapsed in 2014 after Russia annexed Crimea and backed separatist forces in eastern Ukraine. Learn more here.

The Biden administration is trying to fend off efforts in Congress to impose sanctions on a Russian natural gas pipeline to Europe, putting it at odds with Eastern European allies and some Democratic lawmakers. For example, the German government has urged members of Congress not to sanction the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, arguing that doing so will “weaken” US credibility and “ultimately damage transatlantic unity.” Learn more here.

But after the Democrat’s demonizing of Russia during the Trump administration, can Democrats resist this temptation by reflecting on the broader geopolitical concerns for America?

Russia appears not to be backing down.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warns of a return of the “nightmare scenario of a military confrontation” in Europe as tensions spike over Ukraine. Speaking at the OSCE meeting in Stockholm, Lavrov accuses NATO of bringing its military infrastructure “closer to the Russian borders.” Moscow will certainly react if the US imposes “high-impact” sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told journalists.

Russia has long feared the eastward expansion of NATO closer to its borders. The expansion of NATO is nothing new. It involves the fundamental questions about the purpose of the alliance.

NATO has enlarged itself several times in the past. But the currently envisioned expansion is different from previous ones. Recent enlargements are primarily politically motivated, and it is about the future shape of Europe. Learn more here and here and see above this historical NATO expansion.

Is Biden Ready to Face Putin Over a Ukrainian Crisis?

The Biden administration is already handling another imminent geopolitical crisis with China and Taiwan. Any move by China to invade Taiwan would have “terrible consequences,” US Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently said, adding that he hoped Chinese leaders would think very carefully about “not precipitating a crisis” across the Taiwan Strait. The US just announced that it will not send officials to the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics in protest of human rights abuses committed by the Chinese Communist Party.

Of course, this is on top of all the other geopolitical concerns the US has – the Middle East, Iran nuclear deal, Kashmir, N. Korea – just to name a few. Then do not forget all the domestic issues of the culture war, climate change, immigration crisis, economics, and the interrelated political internal squabbling that inevitably come. Then there is ever-present Covid. See here, from Blackrock, their geopolitical risk indicator dashboard.

It is as if the world geopolitics and domestic issues are making multiple pincer movements against the US and the Biden administration.

There is no question that Biden’s health is failing (more here and here). We simply do not know the extent of its decline. Would Kamala Harris be capable of stepping in? Reports have swirled for months about Kamala Harris’ office environment and turnover. A former Harris staffer said that the Vice President was a highly critical boss. “With Kamala, you have to put up with a constant amount of soul-destroying criticism,” they said. Four key staffers have already recently left her office. Does a potential President, Kamala, sound as if she has a steady hand to guide America through these troubled waters?

The 2021-2022 winter is coming. Nefarious actors smell US weakness. If there were ever a time for these nefarious actors to make a significant move, now would be the time. Crises have always been clever ways to cover the mistakes of foolish politicians. For many, there is only one question to ponder.

Do we have bumbling fools leading our nation? Or, it has all been by design from the start with unthinkable consequences? Either way, it may not end well.

 

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Chart of the Day: Americans Taking to the Road on a RV Rampage

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We reported earlier that the – Rich Are Fleeing. But it is not just the rich. Us regular folk are also fleeing. This has been part of the effects of the Covid pandemic and the stress many in America are seeing in terms of trends in the cultural divides we see today.

Although there was a slump in April 2020 (due to COVID-19), the second half of 2020 saw a significant rise in the manufacture and delivery of RVs (Recreational Vehicles) nationwide. There were 40,382 RV shipments in December 2020 which is a 46.8% increase from December 2019.  See the total RV shipments monthly vs. last year’s infographic (data compiled from RVIA) below and learn more here and here.

According to the RV Industry Association’s through May 2021, RV sales will continue at a record pace. See the infographic below.

There are about 40 million people who go RV camping each year. There are about 11.2 Million RV owners in America – many others rent. Roughly 1/3rd of these RVers are millennials, 1/3rd are from generation x, and 1/3rd are baby boomers. These statistics show that RV camping is a steady activity that spans many generations. Here are the different types of people roaming the highways of America in RVs.

Happy Campers (3%) love RVs and the adventures that they bring. Primarily snowbirds, this group uses their RV as an escape for half of the year from both the weather and their household budget. They simply could not imagine their lives without an RV. Learn more here.
Casual Campers (39%) only use their RV for a few weekends a year in the warmer months. Casual Campers have thoroughly enjoyed the RV lifestyle and its provision of relaxation and an escape in nature for years. In contrast, a large and satisfied group in total, their low usage, and interest in other travel options make them least committed to the lifestyle. Learn more here.
Adventure Seekers (1%) is a small but mighty group. This group of RV owners knows the world is for exploring. As outdoor enthusiasts that thrive on numerous hobbies, you can find them anywhere there is wilderness to tame – hiking one minute and skiing the next. Learn more here.
Avid RVers (6%) are committed to RVing every chance they have, using their RV for approximately a season. To this group, RVs provide both an opportunity for a romantic getaway and a chance to see the best nature has to offer. Learn more here.
Escapists (16%) are committed to the RV lifestyle. This group of owners enjoys the freedom of exploration camping provides. Traveling as a family for two months of the year, these owners thrive in water-based activities and anywhere with natural beauty to soak in. Learn more here.
Full Timers (1.5%) have adopted their RV as their home, living within the RV all year and embracing the lifestyle to its fullest. Traveling year-round, these nomad owners are set to see the world and appreciate the joys and freedom this lifestyle provides them. Learn more here.
Family Campers (33%) are most often growing up with an RV. Family Camper owners use camping to bond with family and spark the hobby for the next generation. Limited by their full-time employment, summer tends to provide brief periods of escape for these eager young owners.  Learn more here.

Want to dream a little? Take a look below at some of the world’s most luxury motor homes in the industry. If the luxury motorhomes are too expensive, consider renovation – see here.

Too rich for your taste? Take a look at the video below for some cool camping vans. Here, here and here are some resources to get an idea of what you can buy new and used RVs if you are thinking this is the life for you. Here and here are national campground registry resources.

One issue that many RVers are having since the boom in RVers is getting suitable campground settings to park their RV. Then the shortage of RV repair technicians. Perhaps some business ideas for those looking to get into a niche business. Check out the following video that discusses this issue. More here and here on – Why I Quite the Van Life.

Regardless of some of the downsides of RV life, the trend is growing. People are on the move. Covid fear, looking for financial relief, escaping the cities, and/or folks merely seeking adventure – RV life looks to continue upward for the time being. Is RV living ahead in your life? Give us your thoughts in the comment section below.

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