Meme of the Day: Germany To Mandate Dog Walks

Welcome to the dog nanny state.

Germany’s Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner said this week a new law is being introduced requiring dog owners to walk their dogs twice a day for a total of at least one hour.

Further regulations are planned to enforce minimum and maximum temperatures for dogs and further rules for breeders, but how the laws would be enforced was not mentioned.

Pet adoptions increased in big numbers during the coronavirus lockdowns.

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Meme of the Week: Biden Borrowing Liberally

Joe Biden has a history of plagiarizing, from law school to the campaign trail, and recently stole a phrase out of a Reagan speech, which has Bill Whalen at Forbes wondering if a “New” Biden is still possible at this week’s Democrat convention.

Biden is “the old dude not so much yelling at the kids to get off the lawn as he is letting them in the house to throw a democratic socialist rave.”

Bill Whalen

Animated meme above is from the talented @drefanzor and @DavarEchad.

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Meme of the Day: Cuomo’s COVID Party

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Cuomo has added almost half the U.S. on his list of states that require two weeks quarantine for visitors, and is boasting of his state’s COVID-19 response, complete with “New York Tough” posters.

Janice Dean, meteorologist at Fox News, who lost both her in-laws to Cuomo’s nursing home mandate, was not happy. She blamed their deaths partly on Cuomo, stating “we think that part of the reason is because Governor Cuomo allowed over 6,000 COVID-recovering patients into nursing homes for 46 days straight.”

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Meme of the Day: Pelosi Crowned Queen of Debt

In 2,000 days as House speaker, Nancy Pelosi has increased U.S. debt a record $9.6 trillion, more than all the debt from all speakers who served before Pelosi first took the position on January 4, 2007. Spending bills originate in the House.

RELATED: Pelosi’s husband began buying up Slack, Microsoft and Alphabet securities in late February before state governors began shutting down the country.

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