Oh, the Sights to be Seen on a Routine Bike Ride (Meme and Commentary)

On my daily bike ride, I had to stop and photo this. Standing in the street with my cell phone, photographing the yard with the yard signs, “Black Lives Matter,” “Hate Has No Home Here,” “Stop Asian Hate” and the ubiquitous sign with a list of virtues, the home’s resident came out the front door yelling, “What are you doing?” I replied, “I’m taking a picture of your yard for the Virtue-Signalling Yard of the Month Award.” “Get off my property, mind your own business, get a life,” she bellowed as an I rode away.

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  1. That’s the problem with these wet ends. Not only does hate live there… it prospers and grows. I live in a very conservative area, but we have one such nut too, with many of the same signs. I have often been tempted to stop and ask him if he is implying the rest of us are haters. If he says no, then I’d ask him why he doesn’t post other equally pointless signs like “We don’t sh!t in OUR living room” etc… They are cabal brainwashed. There is no saving them, and for better or worse they will be their own undoing.

  2. Looks like there was just one problem…your racial background didnt seem to fit their agenda.
    Yes, the “love” from this “Hate has no home here” home expressed itself loudly.
    Also, signs are there to be seen and I would expect photographed too which only compounds the hateful behaviour bellowed from that house.
    The other sign on the far right of the house further reveals the leftist mantras which are designed to manipulate:
    “No human is illegal”
    “love is Love”
    “women’s rights are women’s rights”
    “Science is Real”
    “Water is life”
    My advice is, only approach this house of bellowing love with an exorcist.

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