The Bathroom Is Right At The Bottom Of The Stairs.

The UN’s weather agency announced Thursday the longest lightning bolt on record—a single flash in Brazil on October 31, 2018 that cut the sky across more than 700 kilometers.

That is equivalent to the distance between Boston and Washington DC in the United States.

It is 2020, the year of the unpredictable and insane.

The new “megaflash” records, which were verified with new satellite lightning imagery technology, were more than double the previous known record-holders, WMO said.The previous record for the longest detected distance for a single lightning flash was 321 kilometers (199 miles), measured on June 20, 2007 in the US state of Oklahoma, WMO said.Megaflashes are defined as horizontal mesoscale lightning discharges that reach hundreds of kilometers in length.


Media: Antifa ‘Doesn’t Really Exist’ – Keep Hidin’ Biden – Wacky MOLE……….

Forget those vicious attacks and statues being torn down – the media claims Antifa ‘doesn’t really exist’…. surely they wouldn’t be deceptive, right?

They don’t even pretend anymore:

Trump Signs Executive Order Protecting National Monuments, Statues, and Memorials


Former police chief Steven Bukula spent nearly 25 years on the police force in Lowell, Michigan, but says he was forced to resign by the city manager after a post on the department’s Facebook page stirred up critics who accused the chief of racism, homophobia, and encouraging vigilantism. What on earth could Bukula have said that sparked such an outcry?

“The Lowell Police Department supports the Second Amendment and the armed citizen.”

That’s it. Nothing more.

Bukula joins me on today’s Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co, along with his attorney Katherine Henry, to discuss the Facebook post, his forced resignation, and the outpouring of support for the chief from Lowell residents in the wake of his dismissal.


The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to pass on nearly a dozen gun-rights-related cases is breathtaking, not in the denial of hearing any, but in the seeming admission that the conservative associate justices think Chief Justice John Roberts can’t be trusted to protect the Bill of Rights.

The nation’s top court denied writ of certiorari to 10 cases. The National Shooting Sports Foundation, the firearm industry trade association, submitted amicus curiae briefs in two of those cases.


Why live there?: Democrat-woke-idiots on Minneapolis City Council approves measure to abolish police force


The Bathroom Is Right At The Bottom Of The Stairs.