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Wednesday, December 02, 2020

Highlights of the News



Donald John Trump is our president.

ITEM 1: The Washington Examiner reported, "Several whistleblowers on Tuesday cast new uncertainty on the 2020 election process, claiming up to 288,000 ballots disappeared, another 100,000 were improperly backdated, and mail promoting President Trump was junked while mail for Joe Biden was delivered.

"In the most extraordinary report, a U.S. Postal Service contractor said his trailer full of 144,000-288,000 completed mail-in ballots, which he drove between New York and Pennsylvania, disappeared after he delivered it to a Lancaster, Pennsylvania, depot.

"Another claimed that ballots were backdated by postal workers, and in Traverse City, Michigan, Trump campaign mail was put in bins labeled Undeliverable Bulk Business Mail while the same type of mail for Joe Biden was ordered to be delivered on time.

"And a third raised new issues about the integrity of Dominion voting machines.

"The claims were unveiled by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, which has mounted an independent investigation of voting and voter registration in several key battleground states. It recently made headlines by revealing that the FBI has requested the findings of its Voter Integrity Project."

I hope the Supreme Court realizes that people are putting their lives on the line by stepping forward to testify under oath about this massive crime.

ITEM 2: Via Catherine Herridge of CBS, a Department of Justice spokesman said, "Some media outlets have incorrectly reported that the Department has concluded its investigation of election fraud and announced an affirmative finding of no fraud in the election.

"That is not what the Associated Press reported nor what the Attorney General stated. The Department will continue to receive and vigorously pursue all specific and credible allegations of fraud as expeditiously as possible."

A reader tipped me to this denial.

The news media is deliberately wrong.

ITEM 3: CNN reported, "Unsealed DC District Court documents revealed on Tuesday that the DOJ is investigating an alleged crime related to funneling money to the White House 'in exchange for a presidential pardon or reprieve of sentence.' While the redacted documents do not reveal who is seeking the pardon, they do show that search warrants have been executed and 50 digital devices seized."

They are finally going to investigate Bill Clinton's pardon of Marc Rich after a million-dollar donation to the "Clinton library"?

Rudy Giuliani said the New York Times -- the source of this report -- LIED.

Just as it did with the Russian Collusion hoax.

ITEM 4: Breaking 911 reported, "Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe says he has been secretly recording CNN’s Jeff Zucker damning morning phone calls with top CNN producers.

"Earlier Tuesday, he leaked a video showing him dropping in on a CNN conference call and later in the evening, posted a video that he says is the first of many to come."

It won't matter. Outside of Tucker Carlson and maybe Sean Hannity, no one in the media cares. 

Newspaper reporters all want a gig on CNN, and the other cable outlets fear retaliation.

CNN had an interesting reaction.


Recording private conversations is illegal?

Someone tell CNN.


By the way, the secretly recorded tapes likely are illegal because they involve bugging the White House.

Eh, the law no longer matters as long as you serve The State.

ITEM 5: The Washington Post reported, "Biden injures foot while playing with his dog, will probably need walking boot."

No one believes it for a moment.


I don't care. I assume any press report on Xiden (as a reader calls him) is false.

They stopped telling the truth in 2009. Why would they start now? Lies sell.

ITEM 6: Fox reported, "Resurfaced photo shows Biden press secretary Jen Psaki wearing hammer and sickle hat with Russian official."

Comrade Psaki posed in 2014 when Xiden was veep.

Democrats indicted and prosecuted Michael Flynn for meeting with the same Russian official.

ITEM 7: City Journal reported, "A mass gathering of Trump supporters took place in Washington recently. As seems almost commonplace at such events these days, counter-protestors showed up, and people were physically hurt. Whatever your politics, Democrat or Republican, MAGA or Never Trump, this is a problem we must contend with. A major factor playing into the escalation of violence seems to be the increasingly hyperbolic rhetoric of political figures. It is through such exaggerations that many find justification for averting their eyes from violent acts, if not committing them.

"Videos from the D.C. rally are jarring. Counter-protesters assaulted and accosted young couples, senior citizens, and bystanders, pelting them with fireworks and eggs. Mobs formed at nearby hotels to harass Trump supporters trying to get to their rooms after the rally had concluded. Groups of people wearing masks and wielding makeshift weapons stalked lone demonstrators. Skirmishes broke out, and people were bloodied."

The writer, Hyon S. Chu, opposes the president.

But Chu had an epiphany at the end, "If we have reached the point of mob violence in American streets, it is because we have turned our heads for too long in our eagerness to support a cause. My concern is that we do this because we have previously ignored unjust, audacious descriptions of people with whom we disagree as fascists, Hitlers, and people who don’t deserve empathy. Another anti-totalitarian philosopher, Aleksander Solzhenitsyn, wrote that violence 'demands from us only obedience to lies and daily participation in lies.' It would be fruitful for all of us to recognize that a lie of omission is a lie nonetheless."

A little liberal guilt this morning.

Very little. This was their plan all along. And it comes from Chairman Obama on down. This is how communists act and take power.

ITEM 8: Via Zero Hedge, President Trump secured 1 billion vaccine doses for the USA.


President Trump saved lives.

Democrats wasted them to create a panic that would depose him. What do you expect from a party that supports killing babies in the womb?

ITEM 9: Zero Hedge reported, "According to a Nov. 27 tweet from crypto services firm CryptoBuyer, Pizza Hut stores in the South American nation now accept crypto as a form of payment for food and drinks.

"The move follows the crypto firm partnering with Mega Soft to drive adoption in Venezuela by facilitating crypto payments at more than 20,000 shops and businesses."

When a nation's money is worthless, people seek alternatives.

ITEM 10: Just the News reported, "Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has taken a stance against pandemic-related lockdowns and restrictions in recent months, and during a press conference Monday reaffirmed his oppositions even amid a nationwide spike in corona virus cases.

"Schools in Florida remain open under the requirement that school districts offer the option of in-person and virtual learning to all students. Just last week, DeSantis, a Republican, renewed a bill banning mask mandates, which prevents cities from enacting their own mask rules."

Hmm.

Looking presidential.

ITEM 11: United Press International reported, "Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer signed an executive order Tuesday declaring racism a public health crisis.

"In remarks on Tuesday, Fischer declared 2020 has been a year like no other citing challenges facing the city such as covid 19, economic downturn, increase in gun violence and protests calling for racial justice some sparked by the police killing of Breonna Taylor, which he said made the city a focal point for America's reckoning on racial justice."

America reckoned with race in the 1960s. Opportunists like Fischer want to revive that turmoil, and they are doing a pretty good job of it.

ITEM 12: The Daily Caller reported, "Democratic Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is set to sign a bill that would slash police funding amid a citywide crime spike.

"Durkan’s signature would cut police training and overtime funds by 18% after the city council voted overwhelmingly in favor of the budget reductions, according to Fox News. Activists within local government unsuccessfully sought a 50% slash in law enforcement funding, but the council did approve the transfer of 911 dispatchers, parking officers and mental health workers out of the Seattle Police Department (SPD), Fox reported.

"The new budget would inject around $100 million in projects for communities of color and allow for the hiring of 100 new officers, according to Fox."

Durkan would rather rule over hell than rule over an American city. 

(And that's exactly what I mean.)

ITEM 13: ABC reported, "Nasdaq is proposing new rules that would mandate diversity in the boardroom for companies listed on its stock exchange.

"Nasdaq filed a proposal with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday that would require all companies listed on its U.S. stock exchange to publicly disclose the diversity statistics of its board of directors. Moreover, the new rules would require companies on the stock exchange to have at least one woman director and one who self-identifies as an underrepresented minority or member of the LGBTQ community -- or face possible delisting."

Let's see, you can obey the law and make the making of money for shareholders the top priority, or you can play to the mob.

My money is on playing to the mob. No CEO wants to be Brendan Eiched.

ITEM 14: Weasel Zippers reported, "Corona virus Stimulus Package Hits $900 Billion…"

This is as big a BS as forgiving student loans.

I liked it better when businesses and people paid taxes instead of taking them.

The economy did too.

ITEM 15: Breitbart reported, "New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) on Monday lamented that the majority of New Jersey residents are not cooperating with the state’s contact tracing efforts, assuring them that it is not a witch hunt.

"'We now have approximately 3,000 contact tracers on the ground. Nearly 70% of individuals refuse to cooperate with our contact tracers,' Murphy said in a Monday update.

"'This is not a witch hunt. This is about protecting you, your loved ones, and your community. Take the call.'"

70% is good enough.

We never contact traced AIDS. Why is this any different?

61 comments:

  1. It’s different because SHUT UP. Alles Heil Sieg Heil!

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    1. "Because 'Shut Up,' he explained."

      Good afternoon. GO RAVENS!

      ITEM 6: Fox reported, "Resurfaced photo shows Biden press secretary Jen Psaki..."

      REMINDER: The Fox-Quisling Website is a tech disaster, and has been for decades now.

      No point in linking to it. They don't work.

      Did the Russian official, after meeting with PTSDsaki, remember to delouse-shower? Hope so.

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    3. That should be " 'Shut up,' he explained" (Ring Lardner).

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  2. The lefts existence depends entirely upon the decency of everyone else. Once they succeed in shoving decency off a cliff, and they will, the resulting indecent response will be horrific.

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  3. 1 - there is massive evidence of fraud. I am losing patience with the 5-D chess game and ready for the endgame.

    3 - my first thoughts were about finally going after BJ Clinton for the Rich pardon. Wouldn’t surprise me is Sotero took $$$ for pardons. As for PDJT, he hasn’t pardoned too many people. And he is as clean as a whistle.

    13 - Read T.J. Rodgers (CEO of Cypress Semiconductors) 1996 very long letter to Sister Alice Gormley concerning her call for diversity on the Cypress Board. Fantastic.

    http://www.enterstageright.com/archive/articles/0996rodgers.htm

    15 - I wish it was 100% not cooperating with the gubment.

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    1. 15. I agree with that. I'm shocked they have 70% given the sheeple mentality of coastal donks

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    2. Schlongy, there is still plenty of time. It just took some time to bring the mountains of evidence to the public. Once the dam breaks, things will move fast. Just be patient.

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    3. 13 - As many people have pointed out, such quotas are ILLEGAL under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

      Little twerps have tried to do this sort of thing before, then quickly backtracked when this little, um, "problem" was pointed out.

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    4. # ITEM 15: "New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy... New Jersey residents are not cooperating... it is not a witch hunt..."

      Don't BS Jerseyians, we know better.

      It IS a witch hunt. Phil, go fumigate yourself.

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      My wife, lamenting that the fake Christmas tree in the basement doesn't play music.

      "Great. Just what we need --- A You Tube Christmas tree."

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  4. There is no pandemic and never was. Just the most successful gaslighting op in history.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20201126223119/https://www.jhunewsletter.com/article/2020/11/a-closer-look-at-u-s-deaths-due-to-covid-19

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    1. Thanks for the link. Confirms my suspicions and validates my defiance.

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  5. In fairness to Mayor Durkan, there are fewer and fewer businesses in Seattle as mobs disrupt business traffic and burn and loot at intervals the most successful businesses until they leave. So the sales tax revenue is crashing. And the police protection for common citizens (commoners) is limited. So Seattle may neither have as much revenue for or need for police as in the past. By Seattle I mean the Billionairs who own the place and the sycophants that they are allied to in political parties. The commoners haven't really mattered there since they started stealing elections there in the 90's.

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    1. Family in our neighborhood- lives in Seattle but has a home here.
      they are about to pull the plug. She's an UW prof he's an architect.They both are closet conservatives. Here they don't have to hide it. As he said the other day -"having a Flag on your house here won't get it burned down."
      "Last one out of Seattle turn out the lights." from the 70's recession.

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    2. When Microsoft moved out to that horrendous Emerald City in the pines, that said it all.

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  6. Predictably this blogger censored the biggest news of the week....

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Disputing President Donald Trump’s persistent, baseless claims, Attorney General William Barr declared Tuesday the U.S. Justice Department has uncovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud that could change the outcome of the 2020 election.

    Oops! Since it doesn't fit his narrative its ignored. All of which means this blog is just a mirror image of CNN: all the news that fits!

    Face it sheeple Barr just threw Trump under the bus. When the chief law enforcement officer of the country is not with you no court will hear you.

    The fat lady is a singing!

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    1. Reread what the first item says. You prefer propaganda.

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    2. Check item #2 as well. Besides, given the Feebee's competence in handling HiLlARy's server, sane people understand that they couldn't find their own asses with both hands and help from the LGBT community.

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    3. "The fat lady is a singing!"

      Bwahahaha! Jakee's sock puppet troll is right. The evidence of fraud is coming out like water out of a fire hose. The fat lady is just getting warmed up, and your side Jakee, is going down. As Snowgander posts, it may not even involve the courts, as the legislators may step in and do the right thing by awarding the EC votes to Trump.

      Suck it jakee! Suck it good! Suck it hard! Your Debbie Downer posts failed here, like the gaslighting of your leftist media.

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    4. More importantly, DoJ immediately said that the AP story was false. So AP spreads disinformation. Who knew?

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    5. We did Snow.

      Just another entity (AP) that exposed itself, thus subjecting themselves to the punishments laid out in Trump's EO.

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    6. Jim Hoft verified the story

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/12/ag-barr-destroys-name-eternity-actions-today-confirm-just-another-card-carrying-swamp-rat/?ff_source=Twitter&ff_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

      Of course, believing its a lie is the way to avoid the pain of seeing your shepherd get sheared

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  7. #6. I get "access denied" on the Fox link. Does Fox know I stopped watching them long ago? 😁

    Bob in MA

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    1. I got that too. I'd have never known if you had not pointed it out.

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    2. Same. See above. Nothing new. The Fox-Quisling website has been f'd up for decades.

      I suspect technological indigestion from constant exposure to Geraldo Rivera, BS Artist of the 20th Century (and getting mighty moldy, as we speak).

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  8. #2 When this first broke it was from the assclown press. I figured it was fake news,so far /barr has not called a press conference, no indications that his is going to stop and Trump gives up.
    He won't.
    Now I get to fight he Funeral Home over my wife's body. They are overcharging me $1000 plus storage while I scrape up the money for her
    cremation. I'm not having a good time.
    Seems the price is because they are in the middle of nowhere.
    I regard funeral directors in the same light as Used Car salesmen..
    Or Lawyers.

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    1. My husband died around a year ago. We did a cremation and a gathering at my home. Everyone brought photos and little mementos of him. We shared good food, friendship, and laughter throug tears. When people got ready to leave, they said it was the best "memorial service" they had ever been to. He was "Uncle Dave" to a lot of kids who weren't related to us, and it was a day that was entirely appropriate for them to attend. I didn't do it to save money, but it certainly did. I did it because I wanted another happy memory of him in our house, not a service in a place that smells like death, and where everyone feels the need to whisper. We made a lot of noise, and most of it was laughter.

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    2. I'd sign up for that in a heartbeat. God bless!
      JerseyJim

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    3. Eleanor-exactly as I have planned for my wife-this spring in her rose garden, a bit of her ashes on each rose. Family ,friends,Pastor(s).If I have to call it a "Peaceful Protest" I will.
      MY wife was a passionate, loving intelligent woman who was not afraid of stepping out and speaking out. I'm much the same.
      The Funeral weasels do not know whom they are dealing with.
      should've seen the look on the director's face when I said:
      "You are talking to someone who idea of a memorial to myself
      is my ashes put into a tank of fire retardant and dropped on a fire- might as well be useful."

      will.

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    4. My husband loved bears. I had to stop him from doing things that enticed them into our yard. A lot of the artwork in our home is related to bears. His ashes are in a bear cookie jar waiting. When our little granddaughter saw the bear cookie jar, she said, "Oh, good! Popsy finally got his wish. He became a bear!" I only lurk here usually, but I have been following your journey. When a long marriage ends in death for one of the partners, there's a lot of sadness, but there are also so many years filled with wonderful memories the parting is also a grand celebration of life and should be treated that way don't you think?

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    5. Odd you should choose a cookie jar we have an old "McCoy" mother Goose jar that I have been thinking about putting he rashes in . My wife loved fairy tales, books of all sorts and actually read to me at night.One time we did the entire Tolkien "Ring" triology. Nothing better on a cold windy night on the Oregon coast..
      Heaven on Earth.

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    6. I still do not know if Barr is a white hat or a swamp critter, but I do note that PDJT has not publicly dumped on him for his "alleged" remarks. Yet. And I'll keep repeating: It's not over until Trump tells me its over.
      And for funeral directors, I wish that you had the one we have in this small town. There were two long time funeral homes here, both elderly and retiring. One hired a new grad from mortuary college to take over the business, and she is a gem. She told me it's simply her calling in life, and she treats everyone she meets with the deepest empathy and respect. We hope you can overcome the difficulties to get beyond anger and depression and find peace in the good memories DDC.

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    7. Thank you I'm getting support from friends and family. Meeting shortly-when I get done I'll report. I have this Polish friend who's
      Motto is: "We have a Contract!Now we negotiate!" My wife is the daughter of a long line of Kentucky Mule Traders. My Dad was a Horse Trader of some note.
      I'm doing this to honor my wife who would
      expect nothing less.

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  9. I forget...is this a "bombshell" week or a "biblical" week? I missed Rudy's last "hearing".

    Are they still hearings if they're held in hotel lobbies?

    RB

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  10. #11. Did you mean to say Louisville mayor Fischer is black? He is very white. Or did I miss the reference? Certainly possible.

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  11. 11 critical race theory and its related subjects kept that fire burning. Jason Whitlock has written and spoken about this on outkick.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iddySPieU2E

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  12. Greg Fischer is white, not black.

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  13. item 15. As a lifelong NJ resident, I continue to be a witness of the mass departure of people and businesses from this state. Murphy continues run small business into the ground while begging for bailouts. That's what he's waiting for from a Biden administration. All the while, he mugs for the camera in PR shoots.
    My NJ based employer has gone back to phase one lockdown as our revenues plummet. As an informed scientist, I have no fear of COVID.
    Murphy can pound sand!
    JerseyJim

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  14. ITEM #1

    I worked as a Rural Mail Carrier in Virginia for 22 years. When I was new at the job, I once received a piece of a catalog that contained nothing but a customer address. It was literally a scrap of paper that was barely two square inches. I told my supervisor that I wouldn’t deliver it. She said the law stated if we could identify the address, IT HAD TO BE DELIVERED.

    Proceeding to the first election I worked in 1992. We were told that ALL POLITICAL MAIL WAS TO BE TREATED AS FIRST CLASS MAIL. (Delaying first class mail was grounds for immediate termination of your employment.) Every election from 1992 until I retired, I saw political mail delayed. Interestingly, the mailers that were delayed were without exception those mailed for Republican candidates. They would be delayed from 2-3 days, to two to three weeks after the election. Not once were mailers for Democrats ever delayed. Postal management was rabidly left-wing. That they would be involved in criminal activities involving an election was a ‘given’.

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  15. ITEM 10: The spike in coof is due to faulty testing, which, is purposeful. Ask Elon Musk.

    ITEM 15: "We never contact traced AIDS. Why is this any different?"

    Because coof does not kill like AIDS did. But, you knew that.

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  16. In my early 70's and retired. Getting to the point that I can't handle this propaganda crap anymore. Have been taking DVD's of TV programs from the 60's out of the library - stopped watching TV in the early 90's (working and family took all my time).

    Recently watched some of the 'I Spy' series starring Robert Culp and Bill Cosby. The first occasion a black person had a lead role in a Crime-Drama series. This was at the time of the Selma marches.

    Then watched a 'Pioneers of TV' documentary that PBS did around 2012. Culp and Cosby were interviewed. Culp said that he and Cosby talked about race one time - they determined that the characters would be co-workers and friends, no preaching or (as we now refer to it as) SJW allowed. They shook on it, and that was that.

    Here we are 55 years later.....

    Make no mistake - there are forces working very hard in America today to assure that we don't get along with one another and remain divided. We're bombarded with propaganda daily. Many under 45 years old think that 'critical thinking' is the same as taking cheap shots against others. Fortunately, the truth is that at most 15% of the people in this country ae involve in this nonsense - the media makes to appear that it's the whole country.

    Uh, NO!

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    1. Good post. I think it is less than 5%.

      We have the entire run of Perry Mason on DVD and never get tired of it.

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  17. Items 1 and 2 — The level of Don’s wishful thinking her is absolutely pathetic.

    Man up you fool!!!

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    1. Or as zregime noted above...

      It’s different because SHUT UP. Alles Heil Sieg Heil!

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  18. Item 2: As I keep saying, I don't know if the media is/are a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Dem Party, or if it's the other way round, but it is OBVIOUS that they are in cahoots!

    ITEM 12: "The Daily Caller reported, "Democratic Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is set to sign a bill that would slash police funding amid a citywide crime spike." The STUPID is STRONG is this one.



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    1. Sam, per ITEM 2., the media, like the dumbocrats (and some GOPe), have taken CCP money (just like Dominion). Thus both are loyal to their cash masters, and both want Trump out.

      When the story behind this massive vote fraud comes out, we are all going to be stunned, and angry, at who was involved in buying our government in order to take it away from "we the people".

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    2. Sidney Powell and Lin Wood will apparently be holding a press conference today in Georgia.

      Mainstream media will not cover it. Try an alternative site - possibly on You Tube. Rightside Broadcasting may have it on their site.

      Accept that you are in a totalitarian society. Use alternative sources of news to get the truth. And the truth is coming out daily. Don't wait for tomorrow.

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  19. There is a lot of information out there being thrown out. To the point of a full disinformation war going on. Need to let things settle out, before expressing frustration.

    Also, the amount of fraud evidence coming out is piling on top of the other information. There is so much, that not even the legislators can ignore it.

    What's really hilarious is how the leftist media was attacking Rudy and his team about not having any evidence the first and second weeks after the election. They've shut up now though, because they can't deny there is evidence. In other words, their gaslighting failed.

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  20. 1: 5/8 do at the very least.

    2: Herridge is Ailes-era Fox (yes, that way, too). If she says something, I'd give her the benefit.

    5: If you remember Magnum PI and Higgins patrolling the grounds with Zeus and Apollo, it's the only reason Sniffie would have a couple prison camp dogs around ("I'm a tough working class kinda guy. Mess with my and my vicious dogs will tear you apart. That, or I'll call you a dog-faced pony soldier, which only shows I know nothing about the Army"). Whatever happened, he wasn't "playing" with a couple guard dogs like that.

    Unless he really is that stupid.

    7: Either that or the polls on the subject are going very badly against them. I'd also note the Lefties got their asses kicked good and hard by the good guys, so either way, it may be their way of backing off.

    it comes from Chairman Obama on down. This is how communists act and take power.

    Actually, I'm getting visions of Germany in the 20s. Again, the Left is losing.

    10: Anybody anti-lockdown now will look good in '24.

    15:If 70% of the people opposed you, it's an open rebellion. Don't even think the words re-election.

    We never contact traced AIDS. Why is this any different?

    They were queer and the new "in" oppressed group?

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  21. 13. Boards are elected by shareholders. How do they plan to enforce shareholders votes?

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  22. ITEM 1 - I hope that the Supreme Court realizes that if justice isn't done, the societal repercussions will be severe.

    ITEM 9 - Another tale from the cryptocurrency.

    ITEM 10 - The Republicans have worthy MAGA successors in the wings after President Trump retires. Gov. DeSantis, Gov. Noem and Ric Grenell come to mind.

    ITEM 13 - This brings back nostalgia for when Nasdaq was run by Bernie Madoff.

    ITEM 15 - Recently, Gov. Murphy was out dining maskless with his family. Some people there recognized him and one woman called him a dick in front of his children. I don't think she meant "detective" by that epithet.

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  23. If the Trump equal protection case actually reaches the Supreme Court, his lawyers will be representing about 80 million plaintiffs. I'm not sure, but I think that'll be a record. They're going to have to reach way down in their pretzel logic bag to blow this case off. But, I'm sure they're up to it. Can't wait to hear the nuance.

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  24. My complaint about AIDS when it was first discovered was that it was never taken seriously. At the time it was mainly a sexually transmitted disease, but unlike other STDs there was never a contact trace requirement.

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  25. 12. I met a young woman yesterday who abandoned coastal Oregon for small-town Wyoming. She didn't want her kids to grow up with rampant crime, needle-strewn beaches, and human feces on the sidewalks.

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  26. #7

    Do you want to live in a system in which bullies — literally physical bullies — decide who will be president? You are living in that system now, according to hundreds of witnesses in sworn statements. — Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) December 2, 2020

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