It’s All About Identity

2021 March 3
by bc3b

Until 30-40 years ago, personnel decisions were based primarily on merit and the person best-suited to do the job. Of course, some other factors came into play – a person’s personal appearance, grooming, personality, speaking ability, etc.

Today that all has changed and there’s no greater proof than Richard/Rachel Levine. Prior to Joe Biden selecting him/her/it as his nominee for assistant secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Levine served as Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Health under leftist governor Tom Wolf.

What is Richard’s/Rachel’s #1 claim to fame? Pennsylvania was one of 5-6 states that sent people infected with COVID-19 to nursing homes; some others being New York, New Jersey, Michigan and California. Of course, immediately before implementing this action, Richard/Rachel moved his/her/its mother out of a nursing home.

During confirmation proceedings, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) asked some tough, but necessary, questions regarding transgender treatments for children and Dr. Levine’s opinions about them. As assistant secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Levine will play a major role in decision-making, so Senator Paul’s questions were necessary. Most Republicans, independents and even members of the GLBTQ community agree that children are too young to make life-changing decisions – decisions that will alter the course of their lives … decisions they may regret later.

As would be expected, Senator Paul – a medical doctor himself – has come under fire by CNN, USA Today the Washington Post and the rest of the leftist media. In a saner era Dr. Levine would have been quickly dismissed as someone with severe mental issues and too unstable to be a top government official. Today he/she/it is celebrated as a trailblazer. That’s a trail we would be best not going down.

If you consult the mainstream news media on a regular basis, you’ve probably heard that last Thursday was a red-letter day in American history – an occasion for dancing in the streets from Bangor to Burbank, and for socially distanced champagne toasts from Key West to Ketchikan. Why? Because, for the first time ever, a transgender nominee for a government office was up for Senate confirmation. That nominee was Dr. Rachel Levine, President Biden’s pick for Assistant Secretary for Health.

Is Rachel a great, or even a competent, physician? Who cares? It’s 2021, and Rachel is trans!

Rachel’s birth name was Richard, though there’s no way you could tell that from, say, Wikipedia. (In fact, on the “talk” page for Rachel’s Wikipedia entry, you can see anxious contributors earnestly debating how to deal with the ticklish fact that Rachel had a bar mitzvah, not a bas mitzvah.) Now aged 63, Rachel transitioned a decade ago and was divorced a couple of years later. Neither Rachel’s ex nor their two children appear to have attended the hearing.

Importantly, Rachel is not only a trans person; Rachel is a trans activist, a self-described champion of transgender youth. Meaning what? Meaning, among much else, that Rachel supports giving puberty blockers to children who say they’re the opposite sex, and is open to ordering “gender-confirmation” surgery to kids under age 18 with or without parental permission.

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  1. 2021 March 3 9:29 am
    bc3b permalink

    I spared you by not posting Dr. Levine’s image. Eph and the Kalifornians may be having a late breakfast and I don’t want JR puking in the jacuzzi of his 85-foot 5th wheel.

    No need to thank me.

  2. 2021 March 3 9:45 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Another great George Gammon video up

  3. 2021 March 3 9:49 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    I don’t agree with Gammon on masks and coronavirus in general (as I believe we need precautions), but I agree with him on most other things.

  4. 2021 March 3 10:33 am
    Eph permalink

    Shes a man baby!!!

    -Austin Danger Powers

  5. 2021 March 3 10:34 am
    Eph permalink

    1. BC,

    Thats one thing a mask would work for.

  6. 2021 March 3 10:36 am
    Eph permalink

    … And his name is Richard.

  7. 2021 March 3 11:57 am
    bc3b permalink

    Another reason not to watch the NFL (as if I needed one):

    So, Washington joins the Patriots, Saints and Rams. Co-ed dance team = girls + gays.

  8. 2021 March 3 12:51 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

  9. 2021 March 3 12:53 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    “I spared you by not posting Dr. Levine’s image.”
    Thank you! A very considerate decision 🙂

  10. 2021 March 3 1:38 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    UhHuh —

    Yep, nothing new for the BJG crowd.

  11. 2021 March 3 2:11 pm
    bc3b permalink

    I realize this is from Gateway Pundit, but I trust the FBI about as much as Russians trusted the KGB in 1965:

  12. 2021 March 3 2:24 pm
    bc3b permalink

  13. 2021 March 3 3:02 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Based on the car description I initially figured a chicano gang initiation. Then I saw the pic and said ‘yep’.

  14. 2021 March 3 3:51 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  15. 2021 March 3 4:58 pm

    Another sign it’s a coordinated effort.

    “Hollywood’s favorite women’s charity, Time’s Up, spent $2.4M on salaries, $19K on actual grants”

  16. 2021 March 3 5:10 pm
    Eph permalink

    15 KH,

    Makes no sense tho.
    There is no political axe to grind with Cuomo.

    He’s as pro abortion and pro fag as a dim could get.

  17. 2021 March 3 5:24 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “15 KH,

    Makes no sense tho.”

    Makes perfect sense. In your younger days, you go on a date, who is paying?? You are. She gets to go for free.

    I am a NGO. I ask for donations. I get them for free since it was gifted to me. Add the two observations. So why would the female staff think any different than the results reported?

  18. 2021 March 3 5:26 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    A crypto that interests me — — If it gathers traction PayPal is toast.

  19. 2021 March 3 6:09 pm

    16 – Yeah there is, you no idea how many people he’s pissed off in NYS over the years (including D’s), not unlike deblasio but actually on a state-wide scale, not to mention when it comes to national party Kdog doesn’t want any competition around after she takes over for Biden, he’s too male and too white after all. 😉

  20. 2021 March 3 6:33 pm
    mpt permalink

    A crypto that interests me…

    That does look interesting. However, PayPal owns Venmo which looks to have similar usage scenarios.

  21. 2021 March 3 6:49 pm
    Eph permalink

    19. KH

    How does he keep winning re election ??

    By huge margains too.

  22. 2021 March 3 8:55 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    Eph – Dominion!

  23. 2021 March 3 9:33 pm

    haha kinda funny but nothing new as a shit ton of parts in recent years have had to be reversed because they it couldn’t be sourced anymore or original plans were ‘missing’ or otherwise never required to be turned over upon purchase (some because gov wanted to keep letting itself get extorted for replacement parts by mfgs, never thinking ahead of the ‘what if’ this supplier and his suppliers aren’t around 15 years from now).

    21 – Not sure what fooling brain dead NY voters has to do with what I’m talking about, as lots of his corruption and exerting his heavy hand via threats and action has prevented things from getting looked at let alone wide coverage, I’m talking more politicos and industry etc, not mass voters. Now that some of the insulation starts to fade it’s fun to watch knives start to come out, there will be more. Of course just like the gov of VA, he’ll never resign though.

  24. 2021 March 3 10:09 pm

    Doubt we’ll hear much more about this…israel has killed more than they saved in their rush to vaccinate basically everyone asap along with their asinine mandates to do with their “green pass” bs.

    “A re-analysis of data from the Israeli Health Ministry concluded Pfizer’s COVID vaccine killed “about 40 times more (elderly) people than the disease itself would have killed” during a recent five-week vaccination period, and 260 times more younger people than would have died from the virus.”

    Unrelated: Biden say’s he’ll take some questions.. WH cuts feed.

  25. 2021 March 4 12:50 am
    mpt permalink

    Could be nothing, but could also be big. Something to keep your eye one:

    Paper released today by one of the inventors of RSA cryptography announces the death of his own invention. Note the final provocative sentence in the abstract.

    This destroys the RSA cryptosystem.

    I won’t pretend to understand this paper, but from the way I have seen it described, it demonstrates that data encrypted by weaker forms of RSA encryption can be decrypted in a matter of hours with a moderately powerful desktop computer system. This was previously thought to be impossible. The techniques described in this paper lay down a framework to attack more modern RSA-based encryption schemes utilizing longer encryption keys and likely other non-RSA encryption used to protect data across the Internet.

    If this claim is not hyperbole, look for some public RSA challenges being broken as proof of a working algorithm in the coming weeks and months. Challenges involving 862-bit keys (which this paper claims to break) on up have thus far remained unsolved for almost three decades. If they are solved, RSA encryption is functionally dead. Expect the shit to hit the proverbial fan as this would make Y2K look like a fart a wind storm. There are other forms of encryption widely used, but they would potentially also be susceptible to the same methods and would be suspect until proven otherwise.

    In addition to killing SSL, HTTPS, and other secure Internet protocols, this would be very bad for cryptocurrencies where millions of wallets are protected using RSA encryption. The blockchains themselves use other forms of encryption and would be less susceptible for now.

    As I said, it could be nothing, but the author of the paper has a LOT of credibility in the cryptography community and those people are taking his claims rather seriously and are taking a wait-and-see attitude as to whether the techniques in the paper leads to a working demonstration against actual data.

  26. 2021 March 4 2:31 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    27, yike

  27. 2021 March 4 3:42 am

    27 – It actually doesn’t sound all that huge, in that RSA-512 was factored in 73 days on a basic desktop in 2009, and last year someone did the same for RSA with 829 bits key using a highly distributed system of thousands of nodes,I think in a day. The smallest RSA keys most use these days is 2048 if not 3072 or 4096, though there are probably a couple of issuers who for say TLS certs might still allow 1024, and that more for max-capability cases with some older systems. When it comes to TLS (https), RSA is one of only various options in the cipher suite options. So I don’t think it’s anywhere near as big deal even if correct…though it might cause some headaches if people had to go tweak what suites were allowed, but apparently it’s likely not as of today.

    I understand almost none of that paper either..but the claims in the paper could not be replicated by a few in the field who have tried already:

    It’s possible those implementing it are missing something, but I say the “destroys RSA” are on Claus to prove by example before I’d give this too much concern (I mean how hard is it to show an example of it being significantly faster on some small key length for a comparison). Lots of stuff today gets published that turn out to be bunk. That said lots of theories published like 50-100 years ago are only now being proven out or that were accepted previously now being dis-proven.

    TLDR: I call bs.

  28. 2021 March 4 6:04 am

    Newsom: Students Need to Go Back to Class…But Teachers Can Stay Home

  29. 2021 March 4 7:51 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    “This is my shocked face”

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Federal prosecutors have dismissed more than one-third of cases stemming from last summer’s violent protests in downtown Portland, when protesters clashed with federal agents. KGW reviewed federal court records and found 31 of the 90 protest cases have been dismissed by the U.S. Department of Justice, including a mix of misdemeanor and felony charges.

    Some of the most serious charges dropped include four defendants charged with assaulting a federal officer, which is a felony. More than half of the dropped charges were “dismissed with prejudice,” which several former federal prosecutors described as extremely rare. “Dismissed with prejudice” means the case can’t be brought back to court

  30. 2021 March 4 7:55 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Commenters note that using this reasoning North Korea is democratic. And, a republic.
    Former intel official Clint Watts defends Antifa as acceptable because “I always like to remind people when they hear Antifa, that means anti-fascist, which is in response to another” and therefore they exist to fight white fascists

  31. 2021 March 4 8:17 am

    32 – But balls-to-wall for anyone in DC on jan6th right… but of course.

    Former intel official – lord only know what that even means these days it’s so broadly used.. but /SMH for multiple reasons anyway.

  32. 2021 March 4 10:44 am
    justrand permalink

    Temporary access to wifi …very temporary. Turns out all the places we’re staying on this trip have ” limited wifi”, which translates to “ZERO”


    I’ll be back to my normal incendiary self soon! 🙂

  33. 2021 March 4 12:50 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Enjoy your trip, JR!

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