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Here’s What Aliens Did To You During That Hour You Lost On Sunday! Tabs, Tues.,March 16, 2021

Come and get your Tabs!

New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland was confirmed Monday to lead the Interior Department. Just four Republican Senators supported her nomination: Susan Collins, Lindsey Graham, and both Alaska Senators Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski, who claimed she “struggled" with her vote. Haaland is the first Native American to serve in a presidential Cabinet. (Politico)

MAGA mob suspect Guy Reffitt bragged about his involvement in the January 6 Capitol siege, which he compared to the "preface" of a book, because he's a well-rounded insurrectionist. Anyway, he insists that "we took the Capital [sic] of the United States of America and we will do it again." We have a real president now who might actually call in the National Guard, so I wouldn't attempt an encore performance. (Newsweek)

Another MAGA mob suspect, Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, was an Army reservist, which is disturbing on its own, but he was also a known white supremacist who even grew a Hitler mustache while working as a Navy contractor with security clearance. I don't want to tell Nazis how to sympathize but you can still be awful without the silly mustache. (Washington Post)

A Fresno, California, police officer was placed on leave when it was discovered he's rightwing extremist. Yeah, I know, that seems redundant, but he's was literally a Proud Boy. (The Daily Beast)

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We’re Not Being Sarcastic This Time: The Vaccine Rollout Is Going Just Great!

It’s amazing what competent people can accomplish.

The vaccine rollout is going well. There, I said it. An advisory panel at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just unanimously approved a vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, which started shipping four million doses of the easier-to-use, one-shot vaccine.

"We think literally within about the next 24 to 48 hours, Americans should start receiving shots in arms," Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson's CEO and chairman of the board, told NBC's Today.

Johnson & Johnson aims to deliver 100 million doses by June and up to a billion by the end of the year. But doomsaying has abounded about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine's efficacy. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are both about 95 percent effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19. Johnson & Johnson rates 65 percent at preventing moderate to severe/critical symptoms. That's also based on research in South Africa where the coronavirus variant is more prevalent. In the US, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine's effectiveness is around 72 percent.

Infectious disease experts say this is still impressive, and it actually wouldn't matter if the rates were lower.

"It's not just how effective a vaccine is. It's how many people get it," Dr. David Priest, an infectious disease specialist with Novant Health, said.

Priest said a good example of that is the annual flu shot.

"The flu vaccine every year, maybe, is 40% effective, but if every eligible person got it, we'd have almost no flu mortality," Priest said.

None of the vaccines will make you bullet proof or anything. However, no deaths or major hospitalizations have been directly linked to the vaccines themselves. They're so safe even the one-term loser and his wife secretly got their shots on their way out the door.

Now, to Dr. David Priest's point, we just need to make sure as many Americans are vaccinated as possible. We didn't actually have a plan for that until the new administration arrived.

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President Biden Making Anti-LGBTQ Bigots Cry So Much, Hooray!

It’s been a great week.

President Joe Biden reversed today the previous administration's terrible, bigoted, and gross ban on transgender Americans serving openly in the military. Donald Trump, demonstrating his typical contempt for servicemembers, announced the ban on Twitter in 2019 because he's terrible, bigoted, and gross.

Biden's order "sets the policy that all Americans who are qualified to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States should be able to serve." Radical!

NBC News reports:

"President Biden believes that gender identity should not be a bar to military service, and that America's strength is found in its diversity," the White House said.

Biden's order "immediately prohibits involuntary separations, discharges, and denials of reenlistment or continuation of service on the basis of gender identity or under circumstances relating to gender identity," the White House said

This is great news unless you're a homophobic religious bigot or one of those annoying people on the left who'd rain on even Barbra Streisand's parade. You don't have to support the military's worst actions to oppose senseless discrimination in the armed forces.

Biden signed the executive order with Madam Vice President In Charge Kamala Harris on his right and freshly confirmed Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on his left. The next four years are gonna be lit!

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Vice President Kamala Harris: Take Your 'No' And Shove It!

Ass-kicking, bubble-gum chewing, backwards, high heels.

Kamala Harris is now the vice president of the United States. It's a great day, especially when you consider the fly trap she replaced: Mike Pence, who Democrats spent two years trying to make president (weird, right?), wouldn't even dine alone with a woman, lest Jezebel tempt him from mother's embrace. While some conservatives claimed the “Pence Rule" was the only way a powerful man could avoid sexual harassment charges from vengeful hussies, then-Senator Harris slammed this sexist bullshit.

I disagree with [Pence] when he suggests it's not possible to have meetings with women alone by himself. I think that's ridiculous ― the idea that you would deny a professional woman the opportunity to have a meeting with the vice president of the United States is outrageous.

Harris has famously stated that she “eats 'no' for breakfast," and the dumb “Pence Rule" demonstrates how her words weren't just a catchy slogan for a coffee mug. (Though I'm sure you can buy one somewhere, Wonkette's offering for now remains "I'm Speaking.") It's a governing philosophy in a world where male insecurity erects barriers for women at all levels.

The best mentors are those who've successfully walked the uncertain path in front of you. They won't tell you it's easy, because they aren't as invested in believing it's easy, that anyone could pull it off if they just tried.

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