Posts Tagged ‘politics’

Lieutenant Colonel Scheller Relieved – Where Are the Republicans?

Saturday, August 28th, 2021

A brave few summon the courage to speak

I’m sick to death of these spineless, supine Republicans. Yesterday, I brought you video of Marine LTC Scheller, who had serious questions for the chain of command relating to this catastrophe in Afghanistan.  By mid-afternoon on Friday, I updated the post, because he’d been relieved for cause. This is despicable.  Almost the entirety of the chain of command should be relieved.  Every general officer involved in this mess should be gone. Every one.  The fact that none of them have the courage to lay down their stars to stand up for the men and women in their charge speaks to the disgrace that is our Pentagon today.  If you missed Colonel Scheller’s video, you can watch it near the bottom of the post linked here.  Every question he asks is a valid, important question. Every implied criticism is correct.  While from Joe Biden down to the theater commander, every person in that chain is responsible for this disastrous retreat from Afghanistan, none of them have been or will be held accountable, but Colonel Scheller is being given the boot.  What are our Republican representatives and senators doing?  Apart from a couple voices that are summarily silenced by media and the tech giants, absolutely nothing.  Not one damned thing!

If our more junior officers can summon the courage to lay it on the line, surrendering their positions after long and honorable service, then our elected officials ought to be able to summon the courage to say something about it.  Instead, they remain silent. So far today, I’ve only read of Marjorie Taylor Greene saying anything substantial about this, but she’s hampered by the media’s hatred of her.  Most media isn’t covering it at all, but a few like John Solomon have the guts to mention it.  Bannon’s War Room is all over it this morning, as they continue coverage of this “withdrawal under fire.”  Here’s a tweet from Representative Greene:

 


She’s right, of course, but I want to know why the rest of the Republican caucus isn’t making a stink, while they like to play war-hawk, and to tell us how they support the troops.  Here’s a Colonel who basically laid down his eighteen year career to ask respectful but important questions of the chain of command, and he’s being drummed-out of the Marines. If it were up to me, he’d be promoted to commandant of the Marine Corps and all the useless sacks above the rank of Colonel who have anything to do with this mess would be given their walking papers with no retirement, and no honors. Meanwhile, the useless majority of the Republican caucuses in both houses of Congress sit on their thumbs, or hide in their offices, unwilling to say or do anything in support of Colonel Scheller or the American people.

It’s time to read these feckless Republicans the riot act, but also the maniacal Democrats who shamelessly support this disaster. It’s like I said two days ago about failing our war-fighters.  We have an honor-bound duty to speak on their behalf. When people like Colonel Scheller become moved to speak out, risking and surrendering their careers, it’s a sign that we, the people, have failed.

As this went to press, Representative Matt Gaetz also spoke out about Colonel Scheller via twitter:

 


 

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We’ve Failed Our War-Fighters

Thursday, August 26th, 2021

12 Marines, 1 Sailor killed, many wounded, many civilians killed

The situation on the ground in Afghanistan today is beyond reprehensible.  The genesis of this situation is remarkable inasmuch as it’s now clear that it was a planned operation carried into operation by an administration that should never have been in power.  Our fake Commander-in-Chief is a feckless, worthless drone.  He doesn’t know anything.  I’m convinced that he’s not even entirely aware of his own personal surroundings, or much of anything else.  He’s a sock-puppet for people with malevolent motives, and the only thing that still connects with him is his baseline connections to all of his corruption in the past.  Joe Biden isn’t a president any more than Hirohito was the Emperor of Japan.  He too was a puppet for malevolent actors.  The humiliation he was forced to endure was fitting, given his role as a puppet, but Joe Biden’s humiliation is really ours to endure.  Joe’s too far around the bend to be humiliated by much of anything now.  This morning, unknown persons carried out an attack on US forces at/near the gate to the Kabul Airport, killing at least a dozen US Marines, one US sailor, injured dozens more, and killing and maiming scores of civilians.  Ladies and gentlemen, this is on us.  Joe Biden shouldn’t be anywhere near the White House. If he was legitimately elected, we truly failed, and even if it was simply stolen, as I and millions of others are now convinced, we are not off the hook.  We should have fought harder for audits sooner, and we should have insisted by all means that there be a full accounting of our elections.  No, there’s no moral escape clause for us simply because the criminals stole the election.  We had a duty to fight, and fight like Hell, but today, our war-fighters paid the price for all of our surrenders. We failed them, and their blood is on our hands.

Over the last three decades, the quality of the leadership at the highest levels of the uniformed services has been in steep decline.  Worried about social experimentation, and joining the DC/Pentagon-based cocktail circuit has been the focus of the generals and the admiralty.  Spending our treasure at fantastic rates, while spending the blood of our young men and women placed into their charge, these leaders have failed us repeatedly.  We’ve let the service academies that produce the majority of our senior officers become cesspools of social engineering and leftist political indoctrination, and we wonder why they churn out politically correct losers to lead our best, brightest, and bravest.  Our military has been in decline since the end of the Cold War, in part for lack of a clearly-defined mission through most of this era, but mainly because we, who knew better, or ought to have known better, let our politicians turn it into another battleground of political dispute. We’ve let presidents from alternating parties do horrendous damage to it, just as they’ve done to other institutions of government, and we’ve done damnably little about it. Meanwhile, our war-fighters, the hardened men who go to the world’s ugliest locales, have been permitted to suffer under this ping-pong match between those bent on political supremacy, and those too timid to fight for it.

When this so-called “president” was inaugurated in January, he (and those handling him) already had a raft of executive actions ready to go, already vetted by the Department of Justice beforehand, to begin in earnest undoing President Trump’s term expeditiously.  Now he claims to have been hamstrung by Trump’s negotiations with the Taliban, but that a farcical misdirection.  Trump’s canceling of the Iran Deal didn’t stop Biden from immediately re-launching it. Trump’s negotiations with the Taliban didn’t stop Biden from initiating violations of that agreement, or failing to enforce blow-back when the Taliban violated them.  No, Joe Biden’s a liar, and those propping-up this counterfeit president do all they can to buttress his lies, or even author them in many cases.

This brings us back around to the central issue.  Neither Joe Biden nor Kamala Harris should ever have seen the inside of the Oval Office, except on the basis of an invitation from a legitimate president, and it was our job to prevent it. When the Democrats began, as early as 2019, setting the stage for the plandemic they created and promulgated, together with their Chi-Comm pals, they did so by attacking the laws of our various states.  In places like Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, they took advantage of mid-terms wins in the executive offices and judiciaries of those states to set the table.  In places like Arizona and Georgia, we let serious RINOs take over the executive branches, with complete frauds like Katie Hobbs and Brad Raffensberger as the secretaries of state, respectively, both being roughly as Republican as Mitt Romney’s dog. Those two, and others like them, set about to help rig the election while we left it all in Trump’s hands.  We didn’t see what was coming, but 2018 should have been the clue.  When 2020 began with a pandemic, I knew that the old rule was in play: If it happens in an election year, it’s about the election.  Don’t think for one moment that the whole Coronavirus plot wasn’t hatched or at least seized-upon by Democrats, and pushed to the bitter end by them.  These variants we’re now seeing, you should simply call the “Midterms Variants” for ease of understanding. We blissfully slumbered, most of us, as they set everything up for the big steal.  Then they executed it.

Now, seven months into the Biden “presidency,” we see a complete catastrophe, and while his name is on the title, we helped to author it, by failing to stand up in 2018, 2019, and in 2020.  Yes, readers here are some of those who have fought hardest, but the truth is that none of us have fought hard enough.  We’ve let too many among our friends and family fall prey to the media’s false narratives, and we’ve not pushed hard enough for audits and all the rest. This has allowed Joe Biden to do the bidding of those driving him, in a fit of punishment against us, destroying our country one piece at a time, as quickly as possible, from one end to the other.  They’re doing their level best to make sure we can never retake control of any of it.  That’s why they’ve not gone fully after guns just yet.  They’re still securing their coup.  Once it’s secured, our guns will be taken from us. Bank on it.

What happened in Kabul Afghanistan today was the inevitable result of a plan designed to wreck our country.  As they’re coercing our servicemembers to take vaccines that present real dangers, particularly to young males, but all young people generally, our counterfeit president ordered a hasty withdrawal from Kabul that could only result in tragedy.  There was no other way this could go, given the conditions Biden, his henchmen, and handlers set in place.  No rational person who wanted to withdraw from a war zone would do it as it was done. None. Nobody. It wouldn’t be possible to do this accidentally.  The Taliban were supposed to provide perimeter security!  They left computers with all of our citizens names, whereabouts, and so on at the embassy on computers, but just in case the Taliban couldn’t figure out how to access that information, we provided the lists to them directly. That’s right, for all intents and purposes, the Biden administration provided the Taliban a kill list.  We had intelligence about the terror threat being aimed at the airport too, so that when today, the suicide bombers went about plying their trade, going off to meet their maker in Hell, our US Marines were there, doing what they have always done: Protecting America’s interests, defending the places they’re told to defend, and helping the people their training and temperament has told them to help.  The bomb that killed our Marines, and a Sailor who was a medic, ripped through more than their bodies.  Our nation was torn still further, the rending of our country growing more lethal by the moment.

We had a responsibility as citizens who love their country and their countrymen to have stopped this.  It should never have happened.  These villains should never have been permitted to command our troops.  Never.  We cannot now undo this, but we must prevent any more if and while we can.  This must be stopped.  We must demand this be stopped.  We must demand our elections be audited now.  We must demand Joe Biden be impeached and removed now, and the Cackle-Queen too.  When Nancy Pelosi is sworn in, we must push for her impeachment and removal too.  We mustn’t stop.  When we fail, our Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen, and other war-fighters pay in blood.  When we fail to take our citizenship and our politics seriously, they pay with their lives.  When we fail to see that part of the bargain they strike with us is that while they defend the homeland, we should be defending them from corrupt and malevolent political agendas, we permit those political actors to use them as pawns and subject them to horrors they ought not have known.  There isn’t much time before this tragedy spreads throughout our forces, even if in other places, and by other means.  We must protect them, and that protection begins and ends with removing the insidious forces now directing our government as we look on mostly in silence.  The time for silence is over.  The time for loud voices is now, and if they will not hear us, we must become like Jesus confronting the money-changers in the Temple.  The cost of silence has become far too great already.  It’s only going to get worse.

 

 

Killing Your Children

Sunday, August 15th, 2021

The Heart of the Matter

Yesterday, I brought to you the story about the damage being done to the IQs of babies. Now, I bring you information you must have about the cardiac health of your children and young adults due to the spike proteins. Watch the video below. It’s shocking, and we must stop the vaxxing of anybody under thirty now, most especially children. The fact that your children’s hearts are under attack must get your attention now.  There’s no excuse for more pissing around with this. Again, watch this video from Stew Peters via Rumble and draw your conclusions, but in my mind, this is #FullStop

I’m convinced that it’s time for Tribunals for Crimes Against Humanity.

 

Redistribution of Rights

Sunday, August 15th, 2021

Whose Rights Are They Anyway?

It’s inevitable in a collapsing civilization that you will observe every sort of ethical and moral inversion conceivable, but there’s also a chance you’ll see something novel. In 2021 America, I think I’ve spotted something happening that ought to cause all Americans a moment of pause. When hate speech legislation began to erupt around the country in the 1990s, many of us thought it a despicable idea, in part because the sort of acts that generally accompany hate speech evince all the hate one need infer from those acts, and because speech does not cause actual harm. Essentially, critics of hate speech legislation adopted the old but true “sticks and stones” argument, and while correct, they also cautioned about the absurd directions a hate speech law could take us as a civilization.  Sadly, they were quite right, and now we’re seeing the development of the most sickening notions. Recently, it’s been proposed that government bureaucrats should be safe from hate speech. In simplest translation, and in most recent application, people wish to protect government officials from criticism, particularly criticism that attaches criminal consequences to the government official’s actions.  Suggesting, for instance, that Dr. Anthony Fauci should face a war crimes tribunal for his apparent involvement in funding the gain-of-function research in the Wuhan lab that now appears to have been the source of SARS-CoV2, a.k.a., COVID-19. This notion, that public officials must not be criticized, and especially mustn’t be accused of crimes, is anathema to free speech, but it’s a growing symptom of a broader threat. Slowly but surely, the bureaucracy is seeking to protect itself, and to empower itself, by depriving Americans of rights while redistributing those rights to itself.

Consider the subject of the Second Amendment. Here we see every level of government working to restrict the rights of Americans to keep and bear arms. The long train of abuses in this area is not merely horrible, but increasingly, we see the government agents employing weaponry denied to American citizens. In some jurisdictions, certain types of ammunition are prohibited to citizens, while police agencies suffer no such limits. More broadly, it is not unusual for police departments to have at its disposal full-auto select-fire weapons. They may have other destructive devices like grenade launchers, and they’re not restricted to purchasing from the shrinking pool of such weapons legally available to citizens. The Armed Forces maintain many millions of small arms to which you have no entitlement. I was in the Army. I’m no less trained or qualified to handle such weapons responsibly than I had been as a young man in uniform, and indeed, I would argue that in most ways, I’m far more qualified and much more responsible in my conduct some thirty years later than I had been in my youth. I also have a good deal more to lose by being irresponsible. The Second Amendment doesn’t specify any type of weapon. It says “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” It doesn’t say “except for short-barreled shotguns,” or “excluding machineguns.” And yes, such things did exist at the time of its writing and adoption. I don’t wish to have here an argument about the second amendment, but notice the underlying problem: My rights to have a machinegun, for instance, have been stripped from me, while government institutions well beyond the military now legally possess and employ them. My right – your right – has been redistributed to the government or its favored agents.

Consider the matter of religion. What is a religion? A religion is defined variously, but a common description is “an organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used to worship a god or a group of gods. informal : an interest, a belief, or an activity that is very important to a person or group.” This begs the question: What is a god? They have an answer for this too: “a superhuman being or spirit worshiped as having power over nature or human fortunes; a deity.” In this context, I’ve often argued that for statists, “god” is government. In other contexts, you could argue that they contend “the public interest” (whatever they may claim it it to be at a given time) fits this definition. In our public schools, your children have been prohibited from praying. Teachers are most often prohibited from displaying artifacts or symbols of their faith, such as a cross or crucifix, and in the workplace, similar restrictions apply. Yet in all cases and at all times, public officials claim to tell us what is “in the public interest,” and they do so with a zeal no less ferocious than the most militant religious actors.  Somehow, we’ve permitted the worship of the state and state power in the guise of “the public” to be adopted as a national religion, while we’ve seen our individual right to free exercise of religion diminished and slowly eroded. Bureaucrats are permitted to worship at the altar of false science, and they’ve even taken to re-writing the historical evidence that counters their religious observances. Again, rights explicitly guaranteed to the people have been redistributed to the state, its instrumentalities and agents.

The Ninth Amendment provides: “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”  This is pretty explicit in terms of its reach, and yet we see precisely the opposite taking effect. In virtually all controversies between citizens and the state, judges routinely blow past this amendment to rule with inverted effect. This amendment tells us that simply because a right isn’t specifically listed and defined in the Constitution, this doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist, and it doesn’t mean the government has a right to violate it. Of course, one of the reasons the courts may have avoided giving this amendment any effect in law is that depending upon how the concept of “a right” is defined, one could imagine all sorts of rights that don’t fit that definition. Another problem is that Americans, broadly, don’t understand what is a right, nor do they understand that governments have no rights. Governments have only claims to or grants of authority. In effect, governments have powers, but not rights. What has happened is that we’ve permitted governments to steal our rights and smuggle them into the what should have been a narrow set of their powers. Now, governments and their favored grantees enjoy virtually unlimited exercise of rights that are properly held and exercised solely by the people.

We see this in other areas as well. You’re supposed to be secure in your persons, houses, papers, and effects, according to the fourth amendment, but as in other matters, governments have laundered the violation of these things through nominally private actors – corporations and non-governmental organizations – such that in our modern world, your electronic data is subject to snooping by Apple or Google or any other large corporate interest, to be handed-over to government on request or even without having been asked. Meanwhile, if you approach government, demanding access to public records, every form of dishonesty and malfeasance will be employed to obstruct disclosure of any information the actors within government(or its agents and cohorts) have decided you ought not know. Your putative right to open government has been demolished, and your right to private information has been exploded, all by this same process of the redistribution of your rights from the people to public offices and agents.

This applies to more than the “free exercise” clause of the First Amendment.  Consider that while you should properly enjoy a guarantee to freedom of speech, your ability to exercise that right is being demolished, or redistributed to government and government’s favor actors. See Dr. Shiva’s detailed explanation on how government now launders censorship through its private cohorts here to understand how your First Amendment has been gutted for the interests of the state. This isn’t limited to the explicit rights guaranteed in the constitution, nor is my outline here exhaustive in detail. It is possible to evaluate many laws, acts, and orders, as well as court rulings to have been a part of this general redistribution of our liberties to entities that do not rightly possess them. It confronts us daily. Why are car manufacturers shifting to electric vehicles? Is it because the market wants them, or is it because government and its co-conspirators are imposing them? Are they the most economical or “green,” or is this simply somebody’s peculiar desire and interest? In every facet of our lives, our rights to choose and act in accordance with our natural endowment has been abridged, either by governments claiming authority it does not have, or exercising power it has seized by guile, legal gymnastics, or outright force.

All of this is despicable, given that ours was to be a constitutional, representative republic. There may be no solution within the context of our existing government, but to take the approach of the framers in the face of the failures of the Articles of Confederation.  We may need to dissolve this government in its entirety, by adopting a new constitution that supersedes our current governing document.  Do we have the wisdom to actually do so?  Can we obtain sufficient broad public support for such a thing? I suspect it will only be possible when our rights are completely redistributed into the hands of increasingly tyrannical state authorities. At that point, it may take force of arms. We are coming to a departure from civil society, because Americans are and have been accustomed to a broad palette of rights and rather tighter limits on government power in all but a few narrow applications, despite peculiar disagreements among us.  This current circumstance cannot go on indefinitely, so it won’t.  What happens next will be our greatest challenge. We have already answered Franklin’s concern: We have not kept it.  Americans are correct in worrying now that we will not get it back.

The Most Important Thing I Learned From Lindell’s CyberSymposium

Thursday, August 12th, 2021

Mike Lindell’s CyberSymposium

I watched much of Lindell’s CyberSymposium in South Dakota this week with great interest. (I’ve attached some of the most compelling videos at the end of the article.) There were some problems, and his symposium came under attack, and reportedly, Lindell himself was the object of some sort of attack. (I’ve attached some of the most compelling video at the end of the article.) In the end, I don’t know if anybody is going to attempt to claim the five million dollars he offered as a challenge. I don’t even know if that really matters. Instead, what emerged for me most of all was something deeply troubling. I’m not referring to the Cyber-attacks launched against his event. I’m not talking about the various ridiculous media hit-pieces launched even before the event had really begun. All of that is terrible. I saw an examination of images purported to have been snapshots of drives from Mesa County, Colorado Dominion EMS Servers. If real, this would be damning. It was incredible. The mathematical presentations of Dr. Douglas Frank, and Seth Keshel were sobering. All of this was incredible. With mock elections, his team showed how elections could be hacked and results changed. There was every kind of information, although I’m still not clear on what happened with the P-CAPs. As good or as bad as it may have been, depending on your perspective, what is undeniable is that while he was presenting, other parties, potentially including a Federal District Court judge, colluded or conspired(or just coincidentally by an act of seeming unnatural, implausible synchronicity) did everything they could to defame him and his event from minute one. They announced at the outset that two of the news outlets covering it (Newsmax and OAN) had been sued by Dominion Voting Systems, that morning, apparently for daring to cover the event. Yesterday, a Federal Judge ruled that a case against Lindell by Dominion could go forward.  Terrible. All terrible. As much as that may teach us about the people arrayed against Lindell, none of that bothers me nearly so much as the other thing I learned: They really wanted it silenced. FoxNews was crickets. Talk radio was dead silent. The podcasters of note said not a syllable. Not one. Despite taking who knows how many millions of his advertising dollars, on FoxNews, Lindell couldn’t beg a mention of his Symposium, or even buy it. On Levin’s and Bongino’s shows and platforms, I heard not a word. Not one. In fact, they all seemed to be studiously avoiding it. Lindell was abandoned by most of his media “friends” before the event ever began.

I don’t know the truth of it, but I know this: The conservatives in our country have become wholly unreliable, not in terms of the information they provide, but in terms of their willingness to walk out even a little way onto a limb. So terrified are they of having it sawn off behind them that they cannot summon the courage even to mention the event. It’s as if it didn’t exist. They don’t want to touch it, and I understand all the reasons. I really do. For one thing, they can see how Dominion Voting Systems is behaving: They’re using lawsuits as a kind of weapon, and with most of these people, it’s working. It’s working because rather than even come up to the line, tempting a lawsuit, these hosts/outlets pretend not to see the issues at all. For another thing, they don’t wish to risk their reputations on Lindell’s theory of the case.  If Lindell doesn’t prove out, they’d have egg on their faces.  I understand all of that, and a few things more, but here’s the problem: They didn’t even report the existence of the Symposium. Surely, that can’t be considered defamatory. Surely, it is possible to report on the Symposium without liability for what was said there, and certainly, reporting on it cannot do damage to one’s own reputation if one remains objective. Think of it. Even if, as an example, Bongino thought the Cyber-Attack theory was all wet, there’s nothing that prevents him from reporting on it, and so-saying, is there? Or is there? If Levin thinks the whole exercise  is moot at this point, he should say so, rather than remaining silent on Lindell’s efforts while running Lindell’s ads and pushing his American Marxism(of which I’ve purchased three copies.) And then there’s this: If they report on the event, even as skeptics, do they risk alienating the portions of their audiences who find Lindell’s case persuasive? So you see, it’s potentially a lose-lose. What this means is that for all their posturing as brave purveyors of the truth, they were most comfortable saying absolutely, positively nothing about Lindell’s event.

I knew FoxNews had become crap. I knew it years ago. I just hadn’t realized how far the rot had spread. It’s not that I believe Lindell fully “produced the receipts,” as some might say, but that the event happened, and that all the silencing tactics were in full force, and that all the stops were pulled out to shut him up, and this wasn’t done for nothing. If the validity of the disk images holds up, there is definitely something to be investigated in Colorado, but more than that, I think even Dr. Shiva’s presentation served to undress the Big Lie of government laundering its censorship through social media platforms like Twitter. There was much value in this Symposium, whether it produced the full results Lindell had wanted or not. Legislators or their representatives from all fifty states were there. They compared notes on how to proceed with audits and so on. Even if one doesn’t buy a word of Lindell’s theory of a Chinese-sponsored/operated Cyber-attack using Dominion Voting Systems, there are certainly substantial issues to be pursued, whether they involve the Chinese or Dominion or neither.

It’s worth watching. You can find it all on FrankSpeech.com. Where you won’t learn about it is on Bongino or Levin or FoxNews, at least as of the Symposium’s ending on Thursday. Only One America News, Real America’s Voice, and Newsmax gave it coverage. OANN was wall-to-wall, as was RSBN. Mike Lindell is a patriot, and he believes in his cause. Whatever else one might say about him or his symposium, he was all in. It’s just sad that so many other conservatives upon whom we rely daily aren’t equally committed. Meanwhile, some conservatives lecture us about imposing “real material losses” on the left, but apparently aren’t willing to risk any losses of their own.  Me? I’m headed over to mypillow.com to purchase another bath sheet. They’re excellent.

Here’s Dr. Frank’s excellent presentation:

Here’s Seth Keshel’s presentation. It’s more proof we must audit all 50 states:

Dr. Shiva’s presentation on censorship laundering by the new fascists:

Lindell’s Day Three Opening Remarks:

Colonel Waldon on attempts to damage the Symposium:

Introductory Film played throughout the Symposium:


Editor’s Note: I do not take any advertising from anybody in particular, as it’s whomever buys ads with the ads service that shows up on these pages. I have no idea if any Lindell product has ever shown up here, or if they ever will. This site is too small a fish to be visible in that pond. I was, however, very serious about the MyPillow bath sheet: Best towel I’ve ever owned, and now, I’m going to buy another.

Dr. Robert Malone Unmasks the Vaccine(Updated)

Saturday, July 31st, 2021

Sometimes, the truth hurts.

The one place in media giving one-hundred percent unvarnished coverage of issues with the vaccines is Stephen K Bannon’s Warroom. They’re not “anti-vax,” but they pull no punches, and they don’t cover up the problems.  They seem to believe in informed consent, a notion foreign to big media, big tech, and big government. The inventor of mRNA vaccine technology is a man named Dr. Robert Malone, MD.  He’s examining the actual evidence of the performance of the vaccines so far, and he’s seeing some very troubling problems.  These problems are being brushed-aside by mass media, and it’s astonishing that they continue with the “conspiracy theory” attack, despite so-called “conspiracy theories” now proving out in case after case in the last year.  First, we were told that the idea that vaccinated people could spread COVID is a “conspiracy theory.” Then we were told that the idea that there were injuries or death associated with the vaccines were a “conspiracy theory.” What we’re learning at this late date is that people who label everything “conspiracy theory” are the singularly demonstrable, undeniable conspiracy theorists.  We’re being told lies.  Thankfully, Dr. Robert Malone is having none of it. Here we have another physician who is bravely standing up against the tide of liars and cowards.  You must listen to what he has to say.  Whether you’ve been vaccinated or not, you have a right to the truth about all of this. You have a right to know if you’ve been dosed with something potentially dangerous.  You have a right to know what they’re demanding you have injected into your body. You retain a right to refuse, in all cases, and you have a right to continue your life without coercion or compulsion.  Most of all, you need the information.  You may be afraid of the information, either because you’ve had the vaccine and fear what it could mean for you, or because you haven’t, and you’re frightened that you’ll need to defend your life against the mandaters. Either way, you need information.  You’re not getting honest information from the media or government. Big tech is hiding it from you. If you have children, or others for whom you make the custodial decisions about vaccines, you need the information more than anybody.  Sometimes, the truth hurts.  Often, a lack of truth can kill.  Please view these clips from the War Room:

FULL EPISODE:


Editor’s Note: I’ve deemed this information too important to wait. I will update this post with more clips and ultimately, the full episode when it becomes available. Given the nature of the information, I decided that waiting for each segment of the show to become available would inhibit the spread of the information already available. Check back. – Full episode now posted.

 

Why You Must Refuse and Resist Vaccine Passports

Thursday, April 15th, 2021

Dr. Naomi Wolf Explains the Danger…

On Wednesday, longtime Democrat strategist Dr. Naomi Wolf appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room to explain the imminent danger of so-called vaccine passports, and how the model is going to be extended to encompass your entire existence. This is the Chinese Communist Party control grid, extended globally, and powered by Western oligarchs. Watch the video below:

Editor’s Note:  I’ve been at war with Twitter over Coronavirus and vaccine-related information. They don’t permit any contrary information, no matter the sources you provide or the credibility of those sources. This entire thing is being used as an excuse for tyranny at all levels. Be on your guard.

Newsmax Joins the Suppression Crew

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

People need to see this stunning video of Newsmax treating Mike Lindell like garbage. I ditched FoxNews for this sort of thing. What makes Newsmax think they’re immune? I’m very glad I’ve been sticking to One America News. I always worried Newsmax was part of the “professional conservativing” establishment in DC. (Q: “What do you do for a living?”  A: “I conservative.”)

I’m adding this from Rumble, because I’ve had reports that the Youtube version of the video has been unavailable:


 

If this is how they treat Lindell, then you can imagine what they think of the rest of us. Newsmax just lost me. I don’t need cowardly news.

DC Lockdown: Securing the Coup

Tuesday, January 19th, 2021

The First Order of Business

In any successful coup d’etat, the first rule is to secure it. Once the coup-plotters have successfully wrested control of a government, their first exigency is always to stabilize the coup, making it irreversible, followed by a rapid consolidation of power. What you’re witnessing in Washington DC is precisely that. The radical globalists, in the USA represented by the Democrats and a throng of Republican collaborators, is now out to secure their victory.  They succeeded in stealing the 2020 election from Donald Trump, and they’re on the cusp of fully taking power. The show of force in Washington DC is all about making a show that will frighten away any who foolishly conceive of some effort to undo it.  They’ve already introduced legislation to make the new walls and barriers permanent, as they scramble to turn the DC capitol into the visible demonstration of their power. They need to appear invincible, but one of the things they’re likely observing is Sun Tzu’s dictum to “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.” Their coup is fragile, and they know it. One bad meme, one unexpected push in the wrong direction, and the whole thing will come undone in the eyes of the public. This is all about enforcing an image and narrative of inevitability and invincibility, because their legitimacy is so thoroughly in question. The media, another organ of the coup-plotters, is only too anxious to help portray this image. They too are on the ragged edge, because all the world knows or ought to know that the media is entirely fake.  Everything you’re seeing in media is aimed at securing the coup and consolidating its power.

Joe Biden is likely barely aware of anything. That’s not his role. He’s a figurehead and a fake. The people running him, Obama et al, are busy concocting the most absurdly vicious administration in US history. Staffed with professional liars and BigTech executives, the whole administration is being engineered to carry out a giant fraud. This is because their entire bogus campaign, barely a campaign at all, was comprised of disinformation, propaganda, and a never-ending attack on Donald Trump.  Expect this to continue.  Donald Trump will still be the bogeyman, only now, it will be a blame game. Everything they do will be blamed on Trump and his administration, despite the fact that Trump’s accomplishments were remarkable. None of that will matter once these demons take over the reins of power. Instead, you’ll be told how horrible Trump had been. They’ll tell you he’d been ineffective or incompetent, or even malevolent when it suits their purposes. While some of that happens in most administrations, in this one, it will be taken to a new level previously unknown and unimaginable. That is because Donald Trump accomplished many good things for the American people, and the Obiden administration will be taking a wrecking ball to all of it.

They will focus on maintaining the air of invulnerability, as they hope time will make people simply accept their legitimacy. In a sense, they hope with each passing day, the reality of Obiden’s presidency will reinforce itself.  First, some will simply shrug and accept it and try to move on with life in whatever way they’re able, and over time, they will shut down and deplatform any one who says otherwise.  They will not, as you’ve seen, allow for any more questioning of the legitimacy of the election, while at least 8 in 10 Republicans and 4 in 10 independents believe the election was stolen, corrupt, Worse, some number of Democrats, mostly biting their tongues, also believe that the election was stolen. This means that at the margins at least, the theft was so obvious that even some of their own number can’t un-see the evidence. This is why even at this late date, it’s being reported in the press(consider source) that Barr told the President that election theft was Bullsh…” They’re trying to bury it, and they’re trying to legitimize Obiden.

Part of consolidating power is what will be made of Barr’s interview on ITV. This is because to truly consolidate their coup, they must take Trump out. In this case, what they intend to do is to make sure Trump can never hold office again, and they’re going to use an unconstitutional impeachment trial in the Senate. That’s the purpose of the Barr interview. I, along with many of my readers, had serious reservations about the “swampiness” of Bill Barr, and since the election, he’s substantiated that concern. You can also look to the pressure being placed on social media tyrants to become more tyrannical in their stifling of conservatives, and particularly any talk about the legitimacy of the 2020 election. They’re demolishing conservatives, and any pro-Trump voices for a purpose, and they’re being driven by the left toward further attacks. This consolidation will continue apace, as they intend to wipe out all dissent. There can be no voices in media anywhere. They’re going after podcasters, and even talk radio. At every turn, the object is to shut down any further questioning of the elections of 2020.

Obiden can’t have a successful return to the Obama policies if his legitimacy is in question. Now, all efforts are being placed into the drive to cancel any such questioners. The American people, though, know what they know, and these efforts may shut down the public discussion, but they won’t silence what reverberates in the minds of the American people. Get ready. Know what you’re seeing. This is exactly how any coup d’etat behaves, because it must. The legitimacy is always in question, and ending those questions is key to securing the coup. The populace must be made to accept the legitimacy, and that requires eliminating all questions and/or questioners.

Editor’s Note: Yes, I’m using the term “Obiden,” in part as recognition that this is an entirely fake presidency, but mainly that Obama is largely directing it from behind the scenes. Joe Biden is incapable of being President of the United States. His only role was to be an eligible non-corpse they could put atop the ticket as a placeholder. Right now, your best source for information is Steve Bannon’s War Room, broadcast on America’s Voice from 10am-Noon and 5pm-6pm(EST). You can also catch it on Rumble.

Twitter’s Just Reward

Tuesday, January 12th, 2021

TwitNazis

Mr. L makes a good point, as usual. In this case, he’s pointed out that there were roughly 85-90 million followers of Donald Trump before Twitter unceremoniously dumped him with highly dubious and/or false justifications. More, they covered-up his video, moments after leaving his speech, upon hearing there was trouble at the Capitol, in which he told his audience to remain peaceful and go home. Twitter is part of the Neo-Nazi gulag being created for us, and it is time to abandon it. Rather than trickle away, or wait to be banned for saying something some algorithm or some leftist TwitNazi decides is wrongspeak, it’s best that we chose the day of our exit. Mr. L suggested that somebody noteworthy lead that movement. Clearly, I’m nobody noteworthy, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a suggestion. Here’s Mr. L’s(language warning):

Joe Biden is scheduled to be inaugurated at Noon, Eastern time, on January the 20th. I suggest that at that time, users all across the country delete or deactivate their Twitter accounts forever.  Whomever leads this, I’m good with it. I’ve seen fully one-fourth of my followers disappear. I’ve been locked-out multiple times for bogus, specious reasons. It’s time that this rabid dog of a platform be Old-Yellered. We have that power.

Counterfeit America: The Big Tech Cyber Coup

Tuesday, January 12th, 2021

The Pain is Real but its cause is Fake

I don’t know why I didn’t see this for what it is sooner. This whole thing is Fake. I’m not just talking about the election, or Biden’s candidacy, or COVID 19, the alleged incitement by President Trump, or any other piece of what we’ve observed in the last year. I’m talking about all of it. I couldn’t figure out quite why the House nut-jobs, led by Speaker Pelosi, are insisting on impeaching Donald Trump. At this late date? What would be the point? The only thing to be achieved is a political victory to salve their base, and assuming they can find a couple dozen of Republicans to go along, they might be able to prohibit Donald J. Trump from ever seeking the presidency again. That’s all well and good, but then what justifies the social media and big tech purges going on across the Internet? What’s the object there? It’s not as though silencing Americans will fundamentally change America. At least forty or fifty percent of Americans have serious questions about this election. Stephen K. Bannon refers to this as “the wound that won’t heal.” Essentially, the American people won’t forget, and this won’t get the Washington DC mobsters off the hook. What then, is the purpose? They cannot impose thought, whatever they try. I thought about Biden’s fake campaign, and how they carried out the whole charade. It was a cover-up disguised as a campaign. That’s when it hit me: If the American people believe the election has been illegitimate, If the American people won’t willingly become part of a one-party state, they’re taking the “build it and they will come” approach, and closing off every alternative. Parler? Shut down. Clouthub? Severely hampered. Gab? Payment processors have blacklisted it. They can’t get you to hand over your country, so they’re building a counterfeit country in its place. Big Tech’s cyber coup is intended to give you Fake America, as they work like Hell to destroy the real one, hoping that once it’s gone, you will accept their fraud in its place.

The Republican Party leadership knows their party is as good as dead. The way they’ve treated Trump, they know the grass roots of the party is ready to haul the whole thing to the ash-heap of history. They’ve been a largely Fake party for decades, betraying their base at every turn while milking them for donations ,political support and votes. On immigration, on industrial policy, on trade, and on a host of other issues, the Republican party has been opposing its base for years. Falling in line with a Fake nation is no problem for them.

They’re trying to rid themselves of talk radio, One America News, Newsmax, and any other source that stands in opposition to the Fake America they’re building. They’ve built a Fake Pandemic for over a year. They know how to fake things. So much of our country now lives in the virtual world, and the response to the pandemic shows that much of our daily business can be carried out via the Internet. People have been pushing Twitter and Facebook as reality for a long while now, but if you’ve spent even a few minutes on those platforms, you’ll know that nothing there looks even remotely like reality. People never willingly let you see their warts. They share with you their view of the controversies in which they’re engaged, but it’s always one-sided. The point is that it’s a Fake Life and a Fake Existence. The real world bears no resemblance to the Twitterverse.

The news has been Fake for a generation or longer. They don’t report what’s happening nearly so much as they fail to report all that’s happening, and they use what Levin calls “Pseudo-Events” to drive the narrative. Ask yourself this: The President is being accused of having incited riots at the Capitol. Has any media outlet actually played the video of him so doing? No. Has any mainstream media outlet laid out the case? No. None. They’re all accusing him of having incited violence, and yet they don’t even play for you that moment of incitement? It’s because it didn’t happen. It never existed. When he afterward took to Twitter to tell people to go home and remain peaceful, Twitter suspended his account! You never heard the President calling for peace, law, and order, if you watch the mainstream media, not because he didn’t do so, but because they wouldn’t let you see or hear it. The other thing they’re preventing you from discovering is that the penetration of security at the Capitol occurred before the President’s audience at the speech could possibly have gotten to the Capitol. It’s a long walk from the Ellipse to the Capitol, and depending upon your fitness and your walking pace, it’s going to be roughly a forty or forty-five minute walk. The President didn’t finish speaking until after 1pm, roughly around 1:15, give or take a minute or two. The first reports of a breach of security of the Capitol came around 1:45 or 1:50. Did the crowd jog down to the Capitol, or move at a forced-march speed? Hardly. This alone stands as strong evidence that the President didn’t incite anything.

There’s no end to the fakery on display today. Some nitwit, disgruntled leftist working at the State Department today posted that today had been Donald Trump’s last day as President. This sort of tinkering, while I’m sure not sanctioned by anybody, surely adds to the nonstop FakeNews, and judging by the Twitterverse, they were only too happy to run with it.  You see, to steal the country, all they need to do is to isolate you and convince you that resistance is futile. They’re driving the Republicans on Capitol Hill before them like a fleeing Army, except for the collaborators among the Republicans, who make themselves obvious by furthering the fake narrative.

Their ultimate object is to get you to join in the fakery. They want you to shut up, and they want you to be too scared to speak in opposition. They’re now openly calling for the “deprogramming” of Trump supporters. The problem they have is that the vast majority of Trump supporters aren’t falling for it, and a number of people have begun to realize that this stage-managed apocalypse is every bit as fake as it seems on closer inspection. Don’t get me wrong, as the Cyber Coup itself is real, but its object and goal is fake, and it’s a fantasy the left is living as they deplatform people in support of their socialist objectives. Apart from the fact that your information sources may have dwindled, and your ability to speak may have been temporarily curtailed as you figure out work-arounds and alternatives, the facts they wish to change haven’t:

  • Donald Trump remains at 48% approval, and spiked briefly on Friday night to 51%
  • At least 40-50% of the American people still believe the election was stolen
  • 60% of Americans have serious doubts that Joe Biden got anything like 80 million votes
  • The left is so desperate that they concocted this excuse to ditch Trump

There is no faking their way through this. Facebook is Fake. Twitter is Fake. The “Mainstream Media” News is Fake. The case rate of COVID19 is Fake. The reported death toll of COVID 19 is fake. The Republican Party is Fake. Joe Biden’s electoral victory is Fake. Their “incitement” accusation against Trump is fake.  We’re living in a Fake America, being foisted upon us by all of these Fakers. Don’t accept it. Just because the rest of the society loses its mind, and decides to try to fake its way through reality doesn’t mean that we must accept it. I don’t. I won’t. We are now being ruled by an oligopoly, and it’s composed of those institutions I’ve mentioned above, along with a few more. Don’t forget Amazon, another Fake. They invited sellers to use their site as a storefront, watched what they were selling, and went out and produced competing products and positioned their own products on the site to hide the sellers’ while pimping their own knock-offs. Google has been faking-out the American people with its rigged searches for decades. It’s been using your own data to track you and market to you. It’s even been listening to you. Apple too. It’s all about creating their fake reality, and getting you to sign-off on it by going quietly along. You have the power to wreck them. Simply withdraw your support. Their outrage is real, but their cause is fake. Your outrage is well grounded in real things, and you shouldn’t let it go because they said so. This is the biggest case of gaslighting in history, and they aren’t succeeding in gaslighting you, so what’s their object? It is their base they’re gaslighting. Not us. It’s their people they’re faking-out. Why? Why go through all of this to fake out your own people? The answer may lie in the fact of what they have to hide. We’re now living in their Fake America, and in this fantasy world, almost anything is possible.

Editor’s Notes: The FBI has announced that they expect armed protests at all fifty state capitals on inauguration day. I can’t stress enough how important it is for patriots to avoid these fake events being arranged to suck you into false flag events. Do NOT attend. Period.

Catherine Herridge also had this to say today, and it puts the lie to the whole “incitement” narrative being falsely claimed about President Trump’s speech of last Wednesday:

 

 

 

 

Amazon Hit-and-Run: Bezos’ BigTech Bigots Kick Parler Off Platform

Saturday, January 9th, 2021

Free Speech Hit-and-Run

Effective at midnight Sunday, Amazon is kicking Parler.com off of their hosting platform. From John Matze, founder and CEO of Parler:

Statement by Parler CEO John Matze

 

I don’t care what anybody says: This crosses a big bright red line. I want all of you small companies, local governments, and everybody else out there to understand what’s happening, and also to understand that THIS COULD BE YOU. I know lots of small businesses that use Amazon’s web-hosting services, and it’s always a bad idea. One of the technical problems we’ve seen is that they’re subject to move your server all over the place, changing your website’s IP address, and relying upon DNS updates(which take time to propagate) and they don’t care if your website or service is down for a while as they juggle things around within or among their server farms. I’d urge everybody who uses Amazon hosting to abandon them, and fast. Imagine if you’ve got some critical application you’re hosting for your business in Amazon’s cloud. What happens when Amazon gets mad at you? What happens when they decide THEY want to sell whatever product/service you’re currently selling, and they simply poach your data, and your customer lists? Jeff Bezos is infamous for running a predatory outfit, but this is just on the hosting side. I know Amazon is convenient. That said, I’m done with them. As of today, I’m not buying a pack of Twinkies from that jerk-off. I don’t care if he’s the last Hostess outlet on the planet. Abandon Amazon. The only power we have is as consumers and entrepreneurs is to walk with our cash. That’s it. Amazon Prime? Gone. Fire? Gone. I don’t care about any of these jerks. They don’t sell anything I can’t live without, and happily. Government may not do a freaking thing about these tyrants, but WE CAN.

Parler anticipates being down up to a week as they build out their own server farm. To be honest, I don’t know why they didn’t anticipate this, but then again, who expects a corporation to act like the Soviet Union? I DO. In 2008, we learned some banks had become “too big to fail.” What we should learn now is that some corporations have become too big for their britches. It’s time to be the economic iceberg that sinks some of these Titanics.

How to permanently delete your Amazon account.

URGENT: The Plot to Bury Donald Trump and America

Saturday, January 9th, 2021

and America With Him…

It was known for weeks that there would be a huge Trump rally in Washington DC on the 6th. A million or more patriots descended on the Ellipse to hear President Trump speak. The swamp was ready.  This was their moment to strike, and they too had prepared.  I cannot now prove every aspect of the allegations I will now make, and the ability to prove it may always evade me, but I know what happened, and millions of the President’s supporters suspect as much too. You’re seeing it unfold in real time. This is a takeover. This is the Great Reset, and this is the real kickoff. The evidence will come along in time, and some of it has been exposed already. My intention here is to lay out what appears to have happened, knowing the evidence is already mounting.  It was a despicable plot, but it was necessary if they were to finally rid themselves of Donald Trump. It wasn’t enough to let him fight his legal fight, and look for political support, in order to attempt to prove his case.  That could not be permitted, never mind permitted to succeed.  They needed an excuse to impeach him again, so that they can forbid him from running again in 2024. They have too much to hide. The skeletons in the globalist closet are too terrible to ever be let loose. Donald Trump is far too dangerous now, never mind four years from now, and in order to protect themselves, they had to be willing to risk it all in their final push to permanently bury Donald Trump and his presidency, punish us for having elected him, and forever bury the truth along with America.

The order of battle was predicated on the President’s speech. They already knew what he was going to say, and they knew quite well that he’d been pressuring Vice President Mike “Pontius” Pence to simply give him the room to prove his case by sending the electoral votes back to the six or seven disputed states’ legislatures for a reconciliation, since a number of them had been asking for as much.  At the time the President was expected to be done his speech, and at which the joint session of Congress commenced its proceeding to count electoral votes, Vice President Pence issued a statement arguing that he hadn’t the authority to simply discount votes from a state or states. The problem is, this isn’t what he was actually asked to do. He was asked to send them back to the states that had requested it for reconciliation by those legislatures and put the session in recess for ten days. This would have put a ten day pause on the vote, but still enough time to dispense with the proceedings well in advance of the January 20th inaugural date.

It appears that the riots were instigated in part by people who were tied to ANTIFA or BLM, and they may have been acting as provocateurs. These agitators actually arrived at the Capitol ahead of the bulk of Trump supporters, because they intended their attack to coincide with the first objection. Trump’s speech ran longer than expected, in part because he had been late in starting. This is why when Trump supporters arrived at the Capitol, people were already inside, and from the available evidence, it looks as though Capitol Police actually let people in some entrances. I have no doubt but that some rowdy but legitimately MAGA supporters found themselves caught-up in the melee, but I also know how these provocateurs operate. They launch attacks from behind peaceful(and often unknowing) protesters, who then unwittingly become the shield for the provocateurs. A police line might then lash out against the protesters nearest them, irrespective of their actual culpability, and sometimes, this will provoke a direct response by the agitated crowd. This is a ploy often used by ANTIFA and BLM, and they well know how to use it, and they’ve spent a lot of time and effort perfecting their art. Unfortunately, many protesters may be unaware of all of this, and may easily fall prey.  Another tactic is for the provocateurs to breach a barrier, a window, a door, or other obstacle, and then lead protesters through, some of whom follow because they’re hyped-up in the moment or because they’re curious about what’s going on, but what frequently happens is the bad guys make their escape, having succeeded in moving a mass of people into the target area. It’s very easy to get sucked into such a thing, and once you realize this, it’s easy to understand. If you’ve ever been in a large, even mildly agitated crowd, you know this to be the case.

The provocateurs led the way into the Capitol. There now appears to be several videos showing the Capitol Hill Police letting them through barricades and into the Capitol itself.  There are numerous witnesses to this speaking out in social media, though the mainstream media and big tech are trying to suppress all of this. (That’s another tell: You wouldn’t try to conceal all of this or suppress it if there wasn’t at least a kernel of truth in the supposition that this was a stage-managed event.) One video is here, while it remains up:

This was not accidental. It was planned.  They needed an excuse to defame the President, and us. They needed an excuse they could broadcast to all the dunderheads who get their news primarily from mainstream media. (If you’re one of those, but you found this site, you’re a “reformed dunderhead” like me.)

The media seized upon these events, as if they were waiting for it. Their stories went up so quickly, many people on the ground at the Capitol were unaware of the events when full-length articles began popping up on websites. It’s clear that they had canned stories, perhaps filled in a few details, slapped on a few pictures from unknown person(s) in the building, and pushed them out.

This began the unrelenting media narrative telling the country Trump was to blame. Twitter banned his video telling people to be peaceful and go home that posted within minutes of reports of violence, and the way they labeled the tweet was intended to promote the notion that he had incited the violence. This is a perfectly, entirely false narrative. In his lengthy speech, he actually told people to protest peacefully. He never told a soul to take any sort of aggressive actions, but that is the spin with which the media ran, and is still running.

When Rush Limbaugh returned to the air on Thursday, he began his show with the following, in a foreboding tone, out of the blue:

One wrong word…

He paused, and repeated himself. Many were confused by this. I understood his meaning. If he said “one wrong word,” the plug would be pulled. He’d been warned. However else he tried to describe his meaning, I knew exactly what he meant. This was Rush, like the famous footage of the POW in Vietnam blinking in Morse code. The corporate bigwigs in distribution had called. They’d let him know: “One wrong word…” and they’d pull the plug. It was significant enough that Mark Levin called attention to it again on Friday evening, and also made mention of how he’d been warned to call for unity and so forth on Wednesday.

I want you to stop and consider the meaning of all of this. At what level must things be happening that people are calling the biggest talk-show guys and telling them, either explicitly, or implicitly: “One wrong word, and we jerk you off the air so fast, the air will catch fire with the sound of silence.”

Folks, that’s what appears to have happened.

Since the events on Capitol Hill, we have watched a chain of events too surreal even for a Tom Clancy novel. News is basically hot garbage. Whereas before, you could at least rely upon them to get some basic facts straight, or at least ballpark, now it’s all presumptively lies. All of it. They are manufacturing news. They’re making things up just to inflame the situation. Everything is about creating a frenzied  drumbeat. I actually believe that they may even try to take out Donald Trump.

Steve Bannon’s War Room has been deplatformed on Youtube, after he said something Thursday(or perhaps Wednesday,) that challenged the legitimacy of the election.

As I write, the following things have come to pass this Friday the 8th of January, 2021, in rapid succession in a storm of thunderclaps:

 

This is all happening very quickly. These developments are occurring faster than I can keep up. More may yet happen. Don’t be surprised if the Internet goes down entirely. Don’t be shocked if cellular telephones stop working. Don’t be astonished if long-distance phone calls become impossible. I’m not kidding. Don’t be stunned if for the first time, we see the activation of the Emergency Broadcast System or something similar. We are quickly descending down a rabbit-hole, Expect to be told to shelter in place, either nationally, or on a regional basis. There is no telling where this ends.

Folks, this is not a game. We are watching an all-out attack on America. This is the globalists, the Democrats, the whole DC UniParty, all the Soros groups, the media, Obama is right in there, and the whole maniacal leftist cabal is out for blood. I have many friends who are so shocked by what’s going on, they say this might be the “end times.” We cannot afford to take that view, or it will be the “end-for-us times.” No sir, as long as we live on this Earth, we must be prepared to fight for our rightful place on it. This is not a game. Not any of it. Ladies and gentlemen, this is far worse than I had imagined, only because I didn’t think they had the guts to go for all the marbles in this way.

I continue to be amazed by those who are hanging on to their platforms urging all of us that violence must never enter the political context. I know that they may well be earnest, but again, I ask them a heartfelt, critical question. President Trump said he’s not going to be at the inaugural. If not for the security risk to him and MAGA folk, and if our situation wasn’t so dire, I’d have urged him to go and invite MAGA to troll Biden, by holding a rally on the Ellipse.

Also, apparently, President Trump managed to get this out on Twitter from the official government account before twitter deleted it:

As I was looking around on Twitter, watching my followers fall, fall, fall, I saw this video:

https://twitter.com/i/status/1347714834071224327

Ladies and gentlemen, whatever happens from here on out, I want you to know I’ve appreciated your readership. I will bring you new articles and information as often as the situation permits, and I have something I think useful to you. Keep your powder dry, but keep it near at hand. This is a volatile situation, the country is rocketing into the abyss, and I don’t know if anybody has the will remaining to stop it.

More evidence of leftist setup at Capitol

Spotted this. It’s Retired Lieutenant General McInerney:

https://twitter.com/i/status/1347928344055205892

This from Twitter:

Editor’s Note: I meant to point out something regarding Parler and the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. I don’t know so much about Google, but I do know that on Apple devices, you can download FireFox and Brave for free via the App Store. These are web browsers, and you can USE THEM to access Parler(you don’t need the Parler App) and thus access Parler via a browser. It works fine.

Lindsey Graham Gets the Just Recognition He Deserves (Video)

Friday, January 8th, 2021

One More DC Dirt-Bag

I never advocate violence on this site, even when these scumbags in DC really anger me. Given the way the Republican Party has treated Donald Trump over the last four years, misrepresenting us, betraying us, and otherwise sabotaging the President we elected, they should never be permitted to walk down the streets without being shamed for the dirtbags they are. None of them. All of these dirtbag insiders now abandoning the President and otherwise continuing this coup against Donald Trump that’s never stopped over the course of four years, and has always had the nodding support of the Republican establishment must find themselves dealt with by us in a non-violent but aggressively loud manner wherever they go. This goes back to McCain calling the Tea Party “Hobbits” and all the other contempt the McConnell crowd offered to citizens rising up to complain. This includes the consultancy and think-tank class with their bottomless pit of haughty, smarmy, dripping revulsion at we “Deplorables.”

This isn’t about Donald Trump. I have some things to say about him that I will get to in due course, but not now. I’m not going to abandon the man on the field while all of these closet corrupto-crats go scurrying off the ship, damning him as they go. No sir. Instead, from here on out, I’m going to give them the just recognition they deserve, to the extent they deserve it.

That’s almost every Republican in the US Senate, most of the Republican Governors(with just a few noteworthy exception already well-known to you,) and a goodly proportion of the Republicans in the House. There are also all the members of the Federal judiciary who failed to uphold the constitution, many of whom we fought to see seated, who must be similarly treated. This must never end, so long as they remain in office/power. Here is this despicable weasel, Lindsey Graham(R-SC,) escorted by a squad of police for whom WE PAY while mostly blissfully ignoring the protests blooming around him(Explicit Language):

https://twitter.com/iheartmindy/status/1347616155394043904

Can anybody tell me why Twitter feels obliged to slap these stupid, dishonest warnings on tweets? At this point, it’s like a CLICK MAGNET.

Of course, this says nothing of our overt enemies. Their time to face our contempt and derision is nigh, too.

It also includes all the media bastards, all of the various local officials, and from this day forward, none of these people need to be able to walk down the street without scorn and derision loudly heaped upon them.

These people think we’ll back down. That’s NOT happening.

To buttress that point, Mr. L(Explicit Language):

 

The Present Death of the Republican Party

Thursday, January 7th, 2021

The Dagger of Brutus Comes Out

They couldn’t wait to withdraw their objections.  In the Senate, they fell over one another to find microphones to declare their separation from President Trump and his supporters.  They claimed to be doing so in the name of the Republican Party, but the truth, yet to be fully revealed, is likely to be something quite different.  One by one, they came forward to stick knives in the President’s back, and it started with Vice President Pence.  From there, the opportunity presented by the chaos in the Capitol became their excuse.  It provided a convenient escape-chute for the bulk of Republican senators, and a number of lackluster Republicans in the House.  Most disgustingly, Kelly Loeffler(R-GA) who lost re-election only the morning before, and who had pledged her objection to Georgia voters only the weekend before, stood in the well of the Senate to say that she could not pursue her objection despite all that had been done in her own state to corrupt this election, including her own.  The idea that the brief outbreak of violence by unidentified instigators at the Capitol justifies the withdrawal of the objection is preposterous: One had nothing to do with the other, and to create such linkage reveals more about the dubious motives of the Senators and Representatives who did so. The truth lies not so much in the fact that they betrayed Donald Trump, but that they betrayed us. This act of cowardice among Republicans is evidence that rather than fight, the majority of Republicans decided to commit political murder-suicide, and with extreme prejudice, dealing a death-blow to the Republican Party in early morning hours of January 7th, 2021.

Here’s Loeffler knifing Georgians, Donald Trump, and indeed, all Americans in the back:

Naturally, Lindsey Graham(R-SC) couldn’t wait for his moment to swoop in from circling the carcass:

Most of us have known that the Senate, particularly, is full of RINOs.  The House too, is polluted with them. They never wanted Trump to be president, and they were only too happy to toss him overboard at the first rolling wave. Over the past four years, or even five, the Republican Party has done its best to placate its grass roots with tepid, halting support of Donald Trump. Only a relative few in the party have ever embraced the president chosen by the “deplorables,” a characterization of Trump supporters first offered by Hillary Clinton, but also expressed in the equivalent words and attitudes of such Republican turncoats as John McCain(deceased) and Mitt Romney(R-UT.)  Overnight, Kelly Loeffler spoke of her good conscience. This from a woman who promised the electorate of Georgia literally hours before that she would object, and who, with a classified briefing last year about the exploding pandemic, engaged in clear insider trading on that information to the tune of millions of dollars. What conscience has she demonstrated? This is the sort of Republican Mitch McConnell and his ilk have given us, and she’s exactly the sort of Republican who has killed the party.

I don’t know whether the remedy can any longer be to attempt to take over the GOP. I say this because the Tea Party attempted that, and while there had been some early success, particularly in 2010, the truth is that they came under harsh attack from the Republicans in the Senate, who conspired with Obama to undermine them, abuse them, and otherwise subvert their cause.  I think the Republican Party is so thoroughly filled with these DC insiders that we cannot rely upon them in any measure any longer.  I think the better alternative may finally be to form a new party, make its platform known, and carefully select and vet its candidates. This will not be easy, but none of the option we face are easy, but for surrender and subjugation. Demoralized though I may be, I have no interest in simply throwing-up my hands in submission to this monstrosity. To the degree these RINOs have committed electoral suicide, I assert that we must walk away from them with fervent resolve. There is no future in a Republican Party that treats its voters in this fashion, or abandons its toughest political fighters when the going gets tough. I am no longer willing to spend even one thin dime to support these people, and I think it’s important that we make a stand by abandoning them.

Vice President Mike “Pontius” Pence was the most cowardly and despicable of all.  He actually contended that he was being asked to set aside electoral votes, but that is not what he had been asked to do.  Instead, he was asked to send the matter back to the six or seven state legislatures in question, and indeed, a number of those legislatures had asked that he do so.  This is not so extreme a proposition as he pretended, but more, I believe he never had Donald Trump’s back.  From my perspective, I think in the eyes of many, he may have been the real “insurance policy” Strzok and Page discussed in their chain of treasonous texts. It’s been clear for a long while that Pence was never really fully aboard the Trump train, and his connections in Washington DC are all of the BushCo/RINO strain.

Now, at this late hour, Chuck Schumer(D-NY) is calling for the use of the 25th amendment to remove President Trump, and impeachment if that effort fails.

These people are despicable. They no longer wish to simply see him out of office, but to destroy him forever more.

We must get beyond these people, and I no longer believe the Republican Party can serve as the conduit for our dissatisfaction. In point of fact, they’ve too often obstructed the will of the people. I don’t know how to build a new political party and movement, but I’m willing to begin. I’d enjoy reading comments from readers who might offer suggestions. In some form or fashion, this must be an America First party, and it’s clear that the Republican party cannot serve as its home.

 

Levin Condemns Violence; Prompts Critical Question

Wednesday, January 6th, 2021

Is there no answer?

This evening, my favorite talk-show host took to the airwaves and condemned the violence that occurred today on Capitol Hill. As I’ve pointed out earlier, this looks like a set-up job by the DC UniParty, and while Levin(and others including particularly the President,) is right to  condemn the violence, and while I make no excuse for those who launched this assault, such actions being repugnant in a constitutional, representative republic, I nevertheless have serious misgivings about the focus on this incident for several reasons. Levin rightly points out that we have no room to condemn Antifa and BLM if this sort of thing goes on with alleged conservative actors.  I agree.  On its face, this was egregious behavior, and it appears that at least one young woman paid with her life.  The other point Levin made is that those who carried this out must be identified and prosecuted. Again, I agree. There is substantial evidence that the people who instigated violence at the Capitol today were in fact camouflaged members of Antifa and other various anarchists. I am not here suggesting that absolutely no Trump supporters took part, but I have serious doubts about the contention that is widely the case. More than all this, however, the problem comes in when Mark Levin argues that we must never violate the law. Never?  Not even unjust law?  Would violations of the law be impermissible even in a growing tyranny? You see, I believe we’re in a sucker’s trap.  I think this is the problem for which Levin and others, myself included, have offered no solution.  We are in a constitutional crisis, but I think even Levin, for all his wisdom can’t quite see it: Once the power of the state is perverted to the extent that official actors now participate in the fraud against the people, how then do the people ever correct it without resort to violence?

I do not say this lightly. We now find ourselves in the situation in which a large proportion of the country now believes the election was rigged and stolen, and not merely by private actors, which would be abominable enough, but with the assistance and collusion of actors in the offices of local, state, and federal governments.  Once you cross that particular line, it seems to me there is no going back, and no way in which to resolve it peaceably. Again, I do not make this argument lightly, and I also do not contend that my evaluation is perfect, or infallible, but again, I must insist that those who argue we must never resort to violence must now step forward to explain how it is we’re to logically, rationally, and legally overcome all that’s been arrayed against us.

Let us suppose for a moment that those of us who believe this election was wholly fraudulent are correct. What then?  How do we undo it?  As Levin himself pointed out in rightful criticism of Senator Rand Paul’s(R-KY) suggestion that this is a states’ issue, essentially, Paul laid down the notion that this isn’t something to be addressed at the federal level, and that the remedy lies within the individual states. As Levin contends rightly, what good is state law if it’s going to be ignored by states’ office-holders? You see, it’s a farce to suggest that if the legislature of Georgia wants to fix the election issues, all it needs to do is pass some laws, if immediately thereafter, their Secretary of State enters into a consent agreement with agitators for the opposition that effectively nullify the very laws they’ve enacted.  What good then is law?

Levin would rightly argue that we should be able to rely upon the courts as a backstop to enforce and uphold the law. Will they? All evidence from this election cycle suggests that the courts either have no stomach or are ideologically inclined to justify these transgressions of law.  You see, this becomes the inescapable and gaping hole in Levin’s argument. Of course, it’s not only Levin who makes this argument. I would, in ordinary times, make the same basic argument, but look at the scale of what’s been done, and what actually confronts us.  This is not an insignificant one-off in a single small jurisdiction that can be remedied by a single population of an isolated locale.  This issue is much broader, involving all three branches of government, and at all levels of governance. All of it is further buttressed by media institutions only too happy for the current course of things, since they are almost entirely corrupt too.

Like so many of my readers, I’ve raised my hand and recited the words of an oath to uphold and defend the constitution of the United States. To suggest, however, that we’re not in a constitutional crisis merely because we still maintain the façade of law and constitutional order is preposterous. It is quite clear that what we are seeing at present is a complete devolution of the constitutional order, or what Levin terms a “post-constitutional” disorder. While in the classical definition of the term, we’re not in a constitutional crisis, we nevertheless find ourselves in some sort of crisis, whatever adjective you might prefer to define it. This is an untenable circumstance, whatever particular label we may choose to affix to it. The simple fact is that we men and women who comprise the bulk of the population that holds up this country, whose children before themselves fight this nation’s wars, spilling their blood all across the globe, find ourselves in the position that we cannot rely upon law.

My questions for those wiser than I, can be only that which others around me find themselves asking of our thought leaders:

What now? What are we to do? What am I to do? I’ve voted. Over and over. I’ve elected people, and they betray us, or find themselves betrayed. We appoint what we think are good judges, yet they fail and abandon our constitution when the going gets tough. We follow all of the rules. We play fair. We volunteer and participate in public affairs in various ways. We man the polling places, but find ourselves ejected so we cannot even view the process. We do everything we can reasonably do. We short our own lives by contributing grocery money to these politicians. What more are we expected to do before we turn aside from the law? How can I overcome an enemy who will not obey the law? How can I get recourse when all the modes are ineffective or subversive?

I am not suggesting that I want an easy answer, but I must insist on a plausible answer.  Mark Levin famously wrote a tremendous book called “The Liberty Amendments.” I have one copy I read, and another autographed copy put away as a valued keepsake.  What good is it?  I’m being quite serious. What good is such an amazing idea? Yes, there’s a very slow movement of people toiling to get a convention of states together, and they’re making very slow progress, but it’s slowly waning because such a project takes decades, and most people can’t engage and maintain attention for the length of a two-page article. By the time a project of that sort bears fruit, America, as we have known it, will be gone. That is not intended to disparage the effort, but it offers no relief for the crisis in which we now find ourselves. Let me list the broad categories of problems, on the assumption that you’ve lost count:

  • The media is completely corrupt and is indeed an enemy of the people
  • Big Tech is dominated by leftists who are in league with or indeed comprise a portion of the subversives
  • The administrative state or bureaucracy now effectively makes, enforces, and judges law, combining all the powers of government into an unelected branch
  • The Congress is bought and compromised by people who do not share our interests
  • The Congress is run by unelected staff and consultants who feather their own nests
  • The Congress is completely out of control and we have no means by which to directly remove them when they transgress the constitution
  • The executive branch is out of control because it relies too heavily on executive orders, in part due to the intransigence of Congress and the courts
  • The courts are useless, concocting law when convenient, or ignoring law when its not

That’s just the start, of course, but you get the point. Then, in the last twenty minutes of his show, Levin received a call from a gentleman who raised essentially the same question, analogizing the situation to a football game in which the game is rigged, the opponent cheats, the referees collude with the opponent, and the commissioner offers no relief.  To his credit, Levin said in response that there are no easy answers.

But he will not advocate violence. He will not call for a civil war. He will not call for lawlessness.

Fine. How then, captured by at least the laundry list of deficiencies only briefly outlined above, are we ever to overcome it?

No answer.

You see, this is the point at which I have begun to part ways from Mr. Levin. I am not a violent man. I abhor violence, and I truly revile senseless destruction of any sort. I came of age in a world where two global powers constantly contemplated wiping one another from the face of the globe, with me as the forward-stationed cannon-fodder. I saw men injured, maimed, and killed, just in training for that war that never came, at least not in that form, so I know too well the costs of violence.

That said, Levin mentioned that all of this is coming to a head. Indeed. What then? You see, I believe in self-defense, and I also believe in the defense of my nation. At what point do we, as individuals, make the decision that we’ve done all that we can peaceably do, but that action is now required that must risk more than peaceful protest and public political activism? Levin closed the show by stating bluntly that he will never advocate violence.

Never? Under no circumstance? Inconceivable?

You see, this is where I do part company from Levin. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and all those other men of that period also parted company from Levin.  I think part of the problem, and it’s much broader than just Levin, is that if you’ve had your business closed by a lockdown in one of these deep blue hellholes, or had your vote stolen/nullified in one of these compromised states, you may have a different view. If you’ve watched your country systematically demolished, but haven’t the means to make an escape to safer shores, you may view this differently. If your children have been propagandized right under your nose in the college or primary schools for which you’ve paid through the nose, only to see them turned against you, I suspect you may feel differently.

Mark Levin doesn’t know me. I have some reason to think he may be slightly aware of me. Over the years, when I’ve been able, I’ve contributed to many of the causes and candidates he has recommended, but that doesn’t mean he owes me anything. What I do think he owes his audience, me included, if it’s anything at all, is some sort of explanation of what we are to do. Most of my readers are regular listeners to his show. I’d wager that at least half my readers have subscriptions to BlazeTV and have had subscriptions all the way back to the start when it was LevinTV. There isn’t a book he’s written of which I don’t have at least two copies, all in hardback(usually one dog-eared and marked-up as a study tool, and one in pristine condition, often autographed and kept as a collectible) save for “Men in Black” and “Rescuing Sprite” which were available new in paperback only by the time I became aware of them. I receive mailings from Landmark Legal Foundation to which I am a contributor when I find a few spare dollars to send. My point is that like so many of my readers, I’ve availed myself of Mark’s work and supported it frequently. I don’t religiously purchase from his advertisers, but if I am purchasing an item in the same category as one advertised on his show, I always choose it and make sure the seller knows where I heard about their offerings. Like most conservatives, I am loyal to those who serve our nation while entertaining, educating and edifying me and those around me.

I don’t know if Mr. Levin will ever see this piece, but if he does, I suspect it will pain him a bit, as it does me to write it. I love his show, and I love his sense of humor, and I enjoy his taste in bumper-music. He adds value to my life, every day, but I’m afraid that on this day, I need a little more. Given all that confronts us, to say that I’ve been demoralized is to understate the scope and the intensity of the issue. It’s not that the fight has gone out of me, because I love my country, and I’ve done more on behalf of my country and countrymen than most by a fair piece, and maybe that’s why the demoralization now feels so intense: You can’t know how much you love a thing until you’ve risked your neck for it, toiled for it, shed blood, sweat and tears for it, and sworn your allegiance to it, all to see it collapsing around you. I know Mark doesn’t have all the answers, but the answer cannot be just to lie here, supine, and take whatever it is that they dish out.

Now the leftists will, it seems, control all of the federal government. Top to bottom. Side to side. They are already planning all the mischief they intend. They have legislative packages ready to go, to send to the desk of…President Biden, the imposter, who will happily sign what they send him into law. Levin says he will never advocate violence.  It sounds great, until you realize what it means in full. They will come for our second amendment and all the implements of its exercise. They will not amend the constitution. They will simply shove it down our throats with a packed court and a stolen Presidency and Senate. I will not be made defenseless. If the disposition of the Polish Jews in Warsaw taught no other lesson to posterity, it must be that one. I also will not be reduced to a rat, left to shelter in my nest, clutching my implements, while waiting to be “evacuated.” In New York, the legislators now introduce a bill to detain and take into custody any people who might carry or pass any disease.

What answer is there to such things — to prevent the execution of such things? If the law is no further impediment to tyranny and abuse, what remains? I don’t revel in the asking of this question. I detest the fact that I find myself in this position. But wishes are not reality. There is a reason that civilized nations consider violence as the last resort. The question is rapidly advancing to the forefront: Have we arrived at a time of last resort?

What, concretely, am I to do?

 

Editor’s note: I’ve had a question from a reader asking “what is the classical definition of constitutional crisis,” mentioned above. Generally, a constitutional crisis is any of a number of possible situations in which the constitution provides no answer to some sort of underlying contradiction. It’s essentially a sort of structural problem, and it can have many types of causes. In this way, one might consider our current circumstance to be a constitutional crisis, because the constitution certainly offers no clear remedy when it’s apparent that some or all branches may have essentially discarded its provisions, restrictions, or prohibitions. Still, I think the term intends to countenance those sorts of issues that can arise out of parties exercising their powers, privileges, rights and so on and what happens when those come into clear conflict. I understand why legal and political theorists might not consider our current situation to fit within the loose definition of a “constitutional crisis,” as they might define it, but we’re certainly in a crisis, inasmuch as it’s difficult to find anybody in Washington DC willing to live within its bounds. Maybe a better term here would be “constitutional catastrophe,” because whatever you call it, this situation is likely to result in the dissolution of the republic. Most consider the attempted secession of the Southern states in 1861 to have been a constitutional crisis, because, among other reasons, the constitution is silent on how or if states may leave the union, having previously entered it. I have always thought that among the flurry of amendments after the Civil War, Congress ought to have passed one describing a legal procedure for secession. (I don’t think parties should be forced to remain married once their differences have become irreconcilable, or partners compelled to remain in a business partnership once they’ve become irreconcilably averse to said relationship, but that’s another story for another day.)

Chaos in the Capitol(False Flag)

Wednesday, January 6th, 2021

Does this idiot look like MAGA to you?

In the same pattern we’ve see over the last seven months, Antifa members camouflaged as Trump supporters engage in a violent assault at the US Capitol following Trump’s speech to the crowd at the Ellipse. This was predictable. They interrupted the proceedings of the Electoral College vote count, and they did this for two reasons:

  • To defame Trump  and his supporters by the false association with mayhem
  • To gain compliance of Republican Senators and Representative

I strongly suspect this action was planned, and that people in Congress(and potentially the Vice President) knew it in advance. It was only yesterday that Senator Chuck Grassley(R-IA) mentioned Vice President Pence leaving the Senate today, but later revised his remarks.

First of all, I will be — if the Vice President isn’t there and we don’t expect him to be there — I will be presiding over the Senate. — Chuck Grassley on 01/05/2020

Reports have surfaced that both Pence and Pelosi have been evacuated.  One might wonder how Grassley could have known such a thing in advance.

Then I read the remarks of Senator Tom Cotton(R-AR):

This tweet appeared within seconds of the first reports of trouble. Cotton was under severe criticism for being unwilling to object to the electoral college votes.

Meanwhile, Mayor Muriel Bowser(D-DC) announced a curfew. Her order was posted also within minutes of the first report of trouble:

Mayors_Order_2020-069

The problem is that the order posted on the Website is dated last June, from the original rioting going on. In fact, I don’t know if due to pure incompetence or what, but the pdf attached to the page(and displayed above) has nothing to do with today.

Folks, this whole thing is a setup. The media is pushing this, with inflammatory language. My local radio station reported in serious terms:

“This was the worst breach of a federal government since the British burned the White House.” – Eric Bushman of WBAP News

Did they miss the memo of airplane PARKING IN THE PENTAGON on 9/11/01?

Do these look like MAGA folk to you?

 

MAGA or Antifa?

Folks, this is a setup. They all want Trump gone and this is how they’re going to do it.

Check out the picture in this tweet. This is ANTIFA not MAGA:

Same guy in Tempe Arizona at BLM protest:

https://twitter.com/kylenabecker/status/1346927008622776322

ANTIFA:

https://twitter.com/1lucyhannah/status/1346922582952587264

As I find relevant information, I’ll keep tacking it to the end here:

Usual suspects piling on with the anti-MAGA narrative:

https://twitter.com/MAGACovfefe711/status/1346916682707697666

https://twitter.com/rising_serpent/status/1346916521822531588

Somebody’s going to need to explain the behavior of the Capitol Hill Police in this video:

Just so you all know, I can’t currently post on Twitter until next Monday. I’m being punished for saying the GOP needs to die. They accused me of wishing harm on somebody when I was clearly talking about a political organization… not a person. It’s amazing how letter-of-the-law they can be when judging leftists’ tweets but how they suddenly have a “living interpretation” when it’s a conservative. Anyway, saw this tweet, and I agree with the sentiment:

Cruz Objection Looks Like Political Dodge (Updated)

Sunday, January 3rd, 2021

Real Objection?

Those of you watching the developments over the weekend may be aware that Senator Ted Cruz(R-TX) has introduced an effort to raise an objection on January 6th, with the stated objective of creating an emergency audit and commission to examine the election results. Lindsey Graham(R-SC) tweeted about this, and while I never trust Lindsey Graham, because he’s frankly a political dogpile, the truth is that in this assessment, I think he may be correct. He called the Cruz effort a political dodge:

 

While I have no doubt that Graham would just as soon torch President Trump as help him, I think there is also truth in what he says here. If you go on to read the remainder of the tweets in Graham’s thread, he lays out his case in subsequent tweets.  Like Graham, I don’t see much of a chance that Cruz’s effort will succeed, because it would appear to require a majority in both houses of Congress to accomplish. That’s extraordinarily unlikely to succeed, and despite the fact that Cruz has the support of at least ten other senators, that’s a long way from a majority. What’s the point of the effort, if it ostensibly cannot succeed? The answer is pure politics. The people signing on to this effort all wish to avoid the wrath of voters in their states, and all of them wish to likewise avoid the vengeance of Mitch McConnell. They all want to continue to receive cash from the big fund-raisers, but they don’t want to anger the people back home. How do they straddle that particular fence? Naturally, in any such situation, a politician will launch an effort of some sort that is meant to placate voters while accomplishing nothing. Big-money contributors likely know what’s afoot, and indeed, some of the senators may tell them so explicitly, though never in public view. Cruz, who undoubtedly imagines himself as his party’s nominee in 2024, also seeks the notoriety among conservatives for having been seen to “lead” an effort to do something.

One might consider this assessment to be quite cynical, but I think when it comes to politicians, we’re not nearly cynical enough. I also know that Graham hasn’t given up his fantasy of seeking the GOP nomination, but I’ve got news for Graham, and for Cruz, and for the bulk of the others who pursued the GOP nomination in 2016: It isn’t happening. There isn’t a single one among the crowd who I would support for the nomination. Not even one. There is still a large number of CruzCrew people out there who imagine putting the band back together in 2024, although I think that’s a fantasy – one in which Senator Cruz is all too willing to engage. I say this because while Cruz appears to be conservative on many issues, he’s also shown a healthy ability to do in Washington DC that which would not be popular at home in Texas when he thinks Texans aren’t looking. I also think he’s given only half-hearted support to Donald Trump, and while I think after the primary campaign of 2016, that’s at least somewhat understandable, I also know that when he failed to give full, activist support to the president, he was doing so mostly in ways that harmed his own constituents. Most won’t have noticed, but a few of us did.

Among all those being talked about for 2024, the only ones I see as plausible(so far) are Senator Tom Cotton(R-AR,) Governor Ron DeSantis(R-FL,) SecState Mike Pompeo(R-KS,) and Governor Kristi Noem(R-SD.) Vice President Pence is widely seen as a nice guy(are we sure?) but also widely panned as too stiff and too wooden. At present, I see no prospects that any of the competitors of 2016 have even a small chance of winning the nomination, because they’ll all be viewed as retreads at best, who were all soundly demolished by Donald Trump. Cruz, amongst the 2016 also-rans, has the most credible chance to make a comeback, but I think a few of his actions over the past few years and his stunning near-loss to Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke in Texas should give you a sense of just how damaged he really is, even in his own state. Senator Cruz has shown a distinct propensity to put on a political show on Capitol hill, but he’s not produced many tangible results, even when Republican still held the House. Why wasn’t he leading significant legislative efforts in support of Donald Trump’s agenda then, when they could have been enacted? He also likes to put on a show in committee hearings, which are mostly opportunities for member grandstanding, and the question of big-tech CEOs, while entertaining, wasn’t followed-up with any significant legislative efforts. It’s easier to fund-raise off of conservative discontent over social media censorship than to actually do anything about it.

This is the problem all Americans face in electoral politics: Most of the people who run or hold office are just playing political games to further their ambitions, to feather their own nests, or both. While this effort by Cruz will get a lot of attention, I also think it was offered as a way to get people to overlook the intended objection by Senator Josh Hawley(R-MO) that focuses specifically on the grounds that the election in at least one of the states was carried out in contravention of that state’s own laws. I also think it was offered as a path to seek cover for Republicans who face angry conservatives at home if they do nothing at all, while permitting senators to avoid signing-on to Hawley’s objection.  Readers will have no idea how thoroughly I hate writing it, but in this case, Lindsey Graham is probably correct in his characterization of the Cruz motive, but indeed, I think we’re being played.

Rather than pursue that line of objection, I think conservatives should insist that their senators sign-on to Hawley’s effort. I think it’s more direct, and doesn’t rely on some commission to absolve legislators of their own duty to use their own judgment in ascertaining the legitimacy of the election. This is another widespread scam: When politicians or other government officials call for a “blue ribbon panel(or commission)” to examine this thing or that, it’s for the explicit purpose of sloughing-off responsibility on others, to get the invariably hot potato out of their hands. It’s almost as bad as the tendency of government bodies to rely on consultants, to whom they pay exorbitant fees, upon which those bodies inevitably shift blame if things go wrong. I think it ought to be a crime for government(s) to hire consultants or appoint commissions. It’s far too easy for the elected set to avoid culpability and the responsibility of definitive judgments.

 

Editors Note: There is no doubt in my mind that this election is being stolen, and that President Donald J. Trump was re-elected in a landslide if only legitimate ballots from properly registered and legally voting citizens are counted. That said, my issue here is with this particular objection and its form as well as the motive driving it. I find it less than forthright, and objectionable on its own. I think members of both houses of Congress should raise serious objections to the legitimacy of this entire #ElectionCoup, and I also think that there is little stomach in the Republican caucus is either house  of Congress to actually do so. We all know Republicans like to be good losers, but they also like to put on a good show for we deplorables and hobbits and flyover people who elect them. Trump is nearly the only elected Republican who actually fights, and it’s disgusting that every last one of them hasn’t rallied to his side.

Update: As if to buttress my point, the following quote from Cruz:

Look, we’ve got to vote on January 6 on certification and every member of Congress faces a dilemma. Frankly, two pretty lousy choices: one, we can vote to certify by not considering any objection. If we do that that will be heard by a lot of Americans as saying, ‘We don’t think voter fraud is a real concern. We don’t think these claims should be investigated thoroughly,

I know that’s not what most of us believe. But, secondly, and I think all of us, rightly, don’t want to be in a position where we’re suggesting setting aside the results of an election just because the candidate that we supported didn’t happen to prevail. That’s not a principled constitutional position,” he continued. “That’s why, in assembling this group of 11 senators, I was looking for a third option, an option that was really moored in the law.(Emphasis added.)

Well, there you have it: Senator Cruz was looking for a political option that permits him to object without the necessity of actually doing what’s needed.

 

 

Boom: Sidney Powell Releasing the Kraken

Sunday, November 15th, 2020

One of the President’s attorney, Sidney Powell, who also represent Lt. General Michael Flynn, was on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo (H/T TheGatewayPundit):

#ElectionCoup Updates

Sunday, November 8th, 2020

This is a Coup d’etat disguised as an election

Because of the way in which Fascistbook and the TwitNazis are censoring content on their platforms, I am going to post links and videos here so that you can read them without the post itself being throttled or censored on their platforms. Think of this post as a workaround for their attempts to suppress truth.

From Thursday, November 12th:

Pamela Geller: Dominion Voting Systems Whistleblowers Come Forward

 

From Wednesday, November 11th:

Report argues there is incontrovertible evidence of massive hack of election.

 

From Monday, November 9th:

Again, TheGatewayPundit scores another huge story: As many as 132,000 ballots in Fulton County, Georgia are ineligible.

The Moment Vote Counts flipped in Virginia.

 

From Sunday, November 8th:

First, watch this video:

The article she mentions is linked here.

This just in from Sidney Powell, one of President Trump’s attorneys:

We’ve Identified 450,000 Ballots that Miraculously ONLY have a Vote for Joe Biden – Sidney Powell

Here’s an analysis from a statistician. He shows the serious anomalies in Pennsylvania.

Now there’s this story of very unusual happenings in Milwaukee.

Wisconsin elections clerks may have illegally altered thousands of absentee ballots.

TheGatewayPundit published this fascinating(and damning) statistical analysis of the distribution of votes.

Joe Hoft over at TheGatewayPundit  is doing excellent work with a prioritized list of election issues that need to be pursued and how you can help.

Unbelievable: GateWayPundit reports some nitwit who claims to work for Wayne County, Michigan claims to have trashed tens of thousands of Trump Ballots

I will continue to add information to this page. If you spot something useful, please add it in comments. Thanks to all.

MAGA!

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Who Censors a Lie?

Friday, November 6th, 2020

Would you censor a lie?

Growing up and becoming an adult during the Cold War, I had the opportunity to see what propaganda and censorship by true authoritarians look like. In my years in the Army, I served in Europe, and I was able once to take a tour through Checkpoint Charlie into East Berlin on an officially sanctioned bus tour. During that tour, we learned many things, we young men of the Field Artillery who sat quietly in our dress greens as the official Soviet chaperone boarded the bus. He would be our “tour guide,” which is to say, he was our official “minder.” Naturally, like any other such tour that ever occurred, we were on official orders to be permitted onto this tour. We learned so much, but only if you paid close attention. Apart from the minder, our chaperone, the first thing we learned is how statists always hide the truth.  Standing in West Berlin, looking East into the imprisoned city, apart from the ghastly wall and watch towers dividing the city, you could only see what appeared to be tidy, ordered city.  The truth, however was much different, as we would soon learn: Only the truth is ever concealed by authoritarians. Why would you censor a lie?

As we passed into East Berlin, and the bus gathered speed, one of my fellow soldiers soon whispered and nodded toward the rear, not wanting to be noticed by the minder. A few at a time, we looked back at the Eastern faces of the buildings and structures we were passing, and what that revealed was something none had expected: War damage. The year was 1986, and for more than forty years, no battles had raged in these streets, but the evidence of the fierce war when the Soviets laid siege to and finally conquered Berlin was all over the buildings behind us. They’d never been repaired. Chunks were missing from concrete and stonework, bridges and ancient walls and monuments, but the Western face, what we could see from the West, was all repaired and painted, as though no war had ever raged there. They’d merely concealed the truth of the destitute state of East Berlin from the world. Nothing had been repaired fully, because there hadn’t been the money to fund repairs under the communist system. They repaired only what could be readily viewed from the West. The uncovered, naked truth could be seen fully from the East.

The next lesson we learned was economic.  They took us to an open market.  Here, we disembarked long enough to walk among the vendors and the shops, where we could purchase such items as they offered.  There was one store, an electronics shop, and I thought it would be neat to just see the state of audio equipment there. (In those years, I very much loved audio equipment, and had accumulated quite the ensemble of high fidelity audio gear.) I looked around, and the first thing I noticed was that the best of the equipment was laughable. When I’d been a little boy, in the early 1970s, I’d had a little record-player that folded open, allowed you to place your LP on it, and when you folded the cover down, it would play the record with the tone-arm and stylus in the lid. The lone turntable on display in this shop was roughly on par with my childhood toy, albeit in black. The speakers they sold were similarly terrible little boxes filled with the most depressing assembly of parts I’ve ever seen. These were the jewels of the productive might of communism. Remember, this market in which were permitted to browse was a showplace intended to display how great things were under communism. The other thing I quickly noticed is that several aisles of the store were essentially empty, but for empty racks and shelves that were dust-covered and clearly hadn’t held goods in a long time, if ever. It was all a show. Even the other shoppers, allegedly East German civilians, were entirely showpieces, meant to give the impression of bustling, busy commerce. Three of us noticed the same women with different shopping bags of goods in the space of 15 minutes. They were all play-acting, or they were spies, or both. Even the shopkeepers were fake. Two of us walked into what passed for a grocery store. The worst convenience store into which you’ve ever stumbled was a palace of plenty compared to that mortuary. Mostly empty, what little was there was all for show.

From there, we went on to a War museum, in which we saw old Soviet weaponry, mannequins dressed in the uniforms of the day, and the museum guide told us about the “Great Patriotic War” from the Soviet perspective. His history was as falsified as everything else we’d seen on the day, but what was interesting was how he omitted the roles of the other Allies in defeating Germany. To hear his telling, you’d never know that anybody but Germany and the Soviet Union had been combatants in the second World War. When a couple of our less bashful soldier very respectfully asked questions, he replied in very censored language about the subject.  It was clear there were topics about which he was not permitted to speak, and they all bordered on the topic of political aspects of history.

What we learned on this trip is that statists, specifically communists, but any authoritarian of any sort, never hide lies. They never censor falsehoods.  They spew propaganda, but you can know that whatever they seek to hide, or whatever they try to suppress, is always, always the truth. There would be no point in censoring a lie.  If I were to tell my followers on Twitter that the sky was pink with purple polka-dots, Jack Dorsey and his army of electronic TwitNazis would have no reason to censor it. It would result in self-censorship, because all who saw such a tweet would soon realize I was either completely mad or simply a liar, and would quickly unfollow me.  Similarly, Mark Zuckerberg and his army of FacsistBook minders would never bother to throttle the circulation of such a post.  Why bother?  Who would share it on their own profile page or timeline?  Nobody, except perhaps somebody equally insane or intent upon a prank. No, ladies and gentlemen, there is no real reason to censor a lie. There is no point to hiding an untruth. Lies quickly reveal themselves.  Only the truth need be concealed. Matters of opinion are that, and nothing more, but to conceal facts and truths because they are accompanied by relevant opinions is simply more of the same.

There is a reason @Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg are using their platforms to conceal what the President’s been saying. There’s a reason these networks now cut away from the President every time he starts talking about the election fraud that’s been going on this week and before. There is a reason that people who support the President in various media are being censored, throttled, banned, and shadow-banned. That reason is the same as it has ever been: There is no reason to conceal a lie, or cover-up a falsehood. There is no reason on Earth that justifies what they’re doing, and the sooner the American people come to understand what me and my fellow artillerymen learned that day in East Berlin, the better off they’ll be. There is no reason to censor a lie, so that if you see censorship, you should immediately demand to know what truths are being concealed, by whom, and for what purpose. Communists and other authoritarian statists always claim that which they seek to conceal is “disinformation,” or “misinformation,” or “propaganda,” meanwhile they peddle their own propaganda shamelessly and unrelentingly. This is never accidental.

They’re censoring you, your President, and indeed, anybody who supports him. They’re doing it in social media, in television, radio, and in print. The only motive is to conceal that which reveals their lies, just as sure as if they claimed to you the sky was pink with purple polka-dots. The election of 2020 is being stolen from you. Don’t doubt it. Proclaim it. Loudly. Broadcast it everywhere. If they’re permitted to conceal this simple truth, we will never see the end of it, and we will never get our country back.

 

 

Former Apostolic Nuncio Viganò Writes Open Letter to President Trump You MUST READ

Friday, October 30th, 2020

Former Apostolic Nuncio Writes Letter to President

I don’t often post things like this, as I’m more inclined to let things stand on their own merit. In this case, the information is so important that I think my readers should acquaint themselves with the discussion. If you’re not familiar with the ongoing battle within the Catholic Church, or you’ve not encountered discussions of the Great Reset, it’s time you become familiar with the global movement to strip you of your liberties. Clearly, former Apolostolic Nuncio Carlo Maria Viganò is familiar, and issued the following letter to President Donald J. Trump on the 25th of October, 2020. Whether you’re a Catholic or not, the struggle described pertains to all Americans, as it outlines the critical nature of this election in the global struggle between good and evil. Please read the attached PDF:

Open Let

Biden Corruption Exposed: Joe Took HALF

Thursday, October 15th, 2020

Rudy Drops Bomb on Joe Biden

In an amazing exposition of the kind of corruption with which Joe Biden has been augmenting his lifestyle for years, here we see how swamp creatures are able to get filthy-rich while holding public office. Rudy Guliani, who has obtained a copy of the hard-drive from the abandoned computer turned over to the FBI, shows a text between Hunter and Naomi Biden(Hunter’s daughter.) In the text, Hunter reveals that “Pop”(Joe) required him to hand over half his salaries, and the implication is that this had been going on for 30 years.

I love all of you. But I don’t receive any respect and thats fine I guess -works for you apparently. Hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family Fro 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry unlike Pop I won’t make you give me half your salary. -Hunter Biden

I want you to think about the kind of corruption this represents. I also want you to ask yourself how many other people in Washington DC have done an continue to do exactly the same sort of thing.  Here, as Rudy explains, we have a crime family, of which Joe is the head, and he’s using his position and authority in government to make his family wealthy, from which he receives a cut. If you want to know how people go to Washington DC with relatively modest net wealth, but leave town(if ever they do) with vast fortunes, Joe Biden is an exemplar of the method. This corruption is absolutely despicable, and Joe Biden is a bona fide criminal.

Here’s the video of Rudy introducing the subject as is currently posted on his website:

 

Here’s video of the actual disclosure of the text:

 

Rush Limbaugh’s Brilliant Suggestion and Why We Must Listen

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

Another Nominee, Another Circus?

On Monday, the 21st of September, Rush Limbaugh suggested that Republicans in the US Senate should broom confirmation hearings in order to avoid another Bork/Thomas/Kavanaugh spectacle, in which Democrats use the opportunity of the hearings to wreck the nominee, either to stop them, or to damage them so that even once confirmed, the new justice will feel duress to rule in certain ways in order to avoid severe criticisms.  The other fundamental problem is the complete unfairness of demolishing a person, imputing all sorts of nefarious behaviors and character flaws without the least bit of evidence.  Rush suggested this was the way to avoid all of that.  President Trump retweeted a Hill piece discussing this suggestion:


On Tuesday, the discussion from callers to Limbaugh’s show came to be about why a hearing should go forward.  The theory they expressed was roughly that this would give the so-called “suburban women” a chance to see Democrats at their vile best.  While true, Limbaugh asked in response: If they haven’t seen it by now, what makes you think this would make any difference. Callers implied that the reason is because the nominee is likely to be a woman. For those of you inclined to agree with these callers, thinking that a female nominee’s mistreatment at the hands of Senate Democrats would damage Democrats, I have two words for you: Sarah Palin.

Yes, you can name any number of conservative or at least Republican women who were nominated to various positions in government who have been mistreated by Democrats. You can also list a large number of women who were destroyed by Democrats’ political ambitions, aims, and deceit.  Watching how Betsy DeVos has been treated gives you an inkling. Whatever I may think of her views on foreign policy, Condoleeza Rice has been repeatedly attacked by the Democrats.  The way the left goes after Melania Trump should serves as some clue to their despicable nature.  The manner in which Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, and a long litany of women who Bill Clinton infamously abused to one degree or another should remind you how Democrats will treat relatively powerless women.  In point of fact, there’s no shortage of women who Democrats have gleefully accosted, when those women, either by inclination or circumstance, stood in the path of Democrats’ political aims.  Among all the women the Democrats sought most thoroughly to destroy, none fell under more unrelenting, vicious attacks than 2008 Republican Vice-Presidential nominee Governor Sarah Palin(R-AK.) Even since then, their attacks on Sarah Palin have never really relented, especially any time she ventures into even vaguely political territory.  Here was an accomplished woman who had genuinely reformed her state’s government, removing corruption, canceling stupid government programs, and enlarging the treasury of the State of Alaska.

She was a unique, genuine American character, a patriot, and a woman of many talents, but both her political inclination and her circumstance as a Republican Vice-Presidential nominee meant that the whole of the media, and all of the popular culture, never mind the political establishment of Washington DC would set out to destroy her. Even when she made speeches after it was clear she would not seek the Presidency in 2012, still the media vermin descended upon her like locusts.  The popular culture continued to mock her, and to this very day, there are people who believe she said “I can see Russia from my House.” This was, of course, a quote from Tina Fey on Saturday Night Live, in a spoof of what Gov. Palin actually said in an interview on ABC with Charles Gibson. Asked about Russia, she remarked:

“They’re our next-door neighbors, and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska”

To this day, half or more of the country believes she said “I can see Russia from my House.” This is the devastating nature of the popular culture, controlled by elitists from the coasts, who are able to propagandize the American people so effectively.

This was scarcely the only instance of their war against Sarah Palin. It went on and on, and they were not satisfied even after the McCain/Palin ticket went down to defeat.  They pursued her to Alaska where she continued in her gubernatorial capacity until the entire left-wing and DC establishment had made it impossible for her to continue. Using ridiculous legal filings, they harassed her from office, because she could not afford to fend off all of the insane legal goings-on against her.  She could not be permitted to merely go back to governing Alaska. That might lead to a day upon which she might rise up to run for President on her own.  That was unconscionable to the left, and therefore, her complete and utter destruction was mandatory.  I want to know what naive Republican or conservative believes that any nominee to the Supreme Court put forward by President Trump will be spared any of that.  I want to know what demon on our own side knows the sort of campaign of destruction that will be waged against the President’s nominee, but sees this as an opportunity to “expose the monstrous nature of the Democrats.” So we’re willing to throw a nominee onto the bonfire of the Democrats’ political vengeance machine in the hope that it will become a funeral pyre?  Are such people mad?  Are they willing to sacrifice another American to the Democrats’ endless campaign of personal destruction?  Why? Have we become so vile as the Democrats and the whole DC establishment that we are willing to subject yet another person to this demonic behavior?

Ladies and gentlemen, we will never get the sort of country we desire so long as we’re willing to go along with this sort of thing.  There is no requirement for hearings.  We already know how Democrats will treat the nominee.  We already know the sorts of lies and smears that will be levied against the nominee, and we already know its purpose: To either harass the nominee or the White House into a withdrawal of the nomination, or to so thoroughly damage the nominee or her legitimacy that she is permanently damaged in at least some part of the broader culture.  It’s beyond unfair.  It’s monstrous, and we must say so.  More to the point, the probable nominees in question have already been through recent hearings, and their background checks have been conducted repeatedly.  There’s no point to gin it up again just to give Democrats an opportunity to create a circus and a freak show.

I’m calling on my Senators, Cornyn and Cruz, to move to dispense with any hearings, and I strongly suggest you contact your Senators to do the same.  Rush is right: There is no purpose to these hearings except to give the Democrats an opportunity to demolish and/or denigrate a future Supreme Court justice. It’s time to clear our midst of the sort of people who think of this in terms of a supposed political advantage. We mustn’t submit to that sort of behavior, and we mustn’t suffer our fellow Americans to be the unjust target of such despicable attacks. Whomever the President nominates, let us have a straight up-or-down vote.  We have enough circuses.  There’s no need to do this to another American. To this day, I hold the media and establishment villains in the highest contempt for what they did to Sarah Palin, and to this very day, I’d leap at the chance to vote for her for President.

I believe in Justice. I cannot bear to watch the Democrats immolate another good person as yet one more sacrifice to the political demons they worship.