Thursday, December 03, 2020

Call Him "Deep State" Hagedorn

A while back, Hagedorn decided that the Legislature "had no standing" to bring a case against (STILL not-confirmed) Palm's ridiculous un-Constitutional health shutdown.

When that happened, I stated that Hagedorn is a "Big Government" guy in the mold of Scott Walker, who hired Hagedorn and tutored him.

Another name for "Big Government Guy" is "Deep State Creature."

That's what he is.  

He can call himself anything he wants, but there's very little distance between him and the Far Left Deep State babe that he defeated--other than her fixation on the Sacrament of Abortion and the concomitant denial of Nature (and Nature's God.)  Hagedorn's claim to Christianity is real; but his commitment to "by the people" is shaky at best.

Oh, well.

Child Enslavement, Nestle, and Cargill

Hmmmmm.

...Justice Clarence Thomas asked Katyal to explain why corporations weren't obviously liable for their involvement in the enslavement of children. Katyal responded that his clients are merely accused of "aiding and abetting" slavery, for which there is no black letter liability.

Justice Samuel Alito asked Katyal whether a U.S. corporation that "makes a big show of supporting every cause du jour but hires foreign agents to kidnap children and keep them in bondage on a plantation" might be liable when those children, somehow emancipated, grow up and sue in U.S. court. Katyal responded that they would not have redress in an American court under those circumstances because there would be "no domestic injury."...

So Nestle and Cargill only "aid and abet" child slavery.  Whassamatta THAT?

No small irony that Clarence Thomas sits on SCOTUS as a slavery case is argued, eh?

RoJo Figures Out the Trump Thing

Sen. Ron Johnson allegedly described President Trump as "an asshole."

(It should be noted that the interviewd-here "ex-Republican official" also voted for the BabyKiller Feingold.....jus' sayin'.....)

Anyhow.

....“Senator Johnson spoke about the massive amounts of people Donald Trump brought into the party, many of whom have never cared about politics before,” he continued. “He said that ‘yes, Donald Trump is an asshole,’ but the votes that Trump received, especially in Wisconsin, cannot be overlooked.”...

Huh.  You mean those 'masses' like it when someone fights for them, instead of fighting for Chinese Communist oligarchs, or Pentagon war-mongers, or Wall Street/Silicon Valley money-men?

Son of a bitch!!  Maybe Trump has a formula, Ron!  Still wannabee Gov of Wisconsin?  Think about Asshole-ism.

Verbal Tricks. Do They Fool You??

There is no end to the verbal tricks the Deranged Democrats play.

Here, dutifully repeated by their "nooz" stooge, is just one:

...Trump's lawsuit challenged more than 220,000 ballots cast in Dane and Milwaukee counties, alleged election officials broke the law by continuing the long-standing practice of early voting,...

Ummmnnhhh, yah.

SLAVERY was another long-standing Democrat practice, remember?

Whoa! LaMahieu Slaps Li'l Robin

We've mentioned that Little Robin Vos is a very ambitious fellow.

So when the newly-elected leader of the Republicans in the Senate appears to be putting Li'l Robin in his place, .....well.........

Let's start here:

...[LaMahieu] said he received a 23-page summary of the proposal on Tuesday when he briefly met with Vos and Evers but the group did not discuss it.

I would have liked to have seen it sooner,” LeMahieu said in an interview with the Journal Sentinel....

 Oh.  Just so you know that was not an accident.....

[LaMahieu] said Evers suggested the group meet again Thursday and LeMahieu is willing. He said would be happy to meet with Evers even if Vos can’t make it....

It's not just LaMahieu, by the way.  The entire Pubbie contingent in the Senate is tired of Li'l Robin's "ME!!! ME!!!! ME!!!!!" act.

....Evers and Vos have vastly different plans for dealing with COVID-19, but both want the Legislature to meet in December, before federal aid to fight the coronavirus dries up, according to LeMahieu. But Senate Republicans made clear in a Tuesday meeting among themselves that they are not on board with that idea....
Look for some thinly disguised Vos blathering about 'Senators not wanting to work' in the future.

Wednesday, December 02, 2020

Trump Speaks Out

 Not a short speech.  On BitChute at this link.

The text is at the jump on this Vox post.

Will You See THIS on Ted Perry's Fox6 News?

We'll take bets .........

New election fraud whistleblowers came forward on Tuesday, including a postal subcontractor who was told that over 100,000 ballots in Wisconsin were gathered the day after election day and backdated so that they would still be counted.

The new information was made public at a press conference with multiple whistleblowers by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, a national constitutional litigation organization....

Video at this link.  We'll also take bets on whether you'll read about this in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Pravda or any of the other local "nooz" sources.

And we'll be pleased to lose.

Madison Survey: Government Destroying Businesses

Even after all the prominently featured race-baiting and clearly sanitized content, there's a hint of the real story here.

...Panelists in yesterday’s virtual briefing agree that a lack of coordination between the private sector and government officials is partially to blame for the economic downturn. 

“If we’re not all sitting at the same table together, having these conversations, we cannot find innovative ways to keep our citizens safe and our businesses open,” said Jason Ilstrup, president of Downtown Madison, Inc.

Local gyms, for example, have been hurt by the Dane County public health department’s 10th emergency order, which prohibits indoor group exercise classes for people not from the same household, said Heike Compe, executive director at DeForest Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce....

Oh.  Dane County forced shutdowns screwed businesses?  Who coulda guessed?

Another prominent series of events NOT mentioned in the "Who was demolished?" survey:

Riots and looting on State Street.  You will recall that the Madistan Mayor-ette did very little to stop the riots.  Here's the question:  did the "survey respondents" mention the riots, or did the report sanitize them out of the picture?

Inquiring minds and all that.

Tin-Pot Tony Evers' Line of Horse-Hockey

Ol' Tin-Pot Tony is pushing the New Line of Crap.

Gov. Tony Evers says a lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign alleging voter fraud in November's election seeks to disenfranchise tens of thousands of Wisconsin voters and overturn the results....

Wrong, Propaganda-Breath.

Every ILLEGAL or FRAUDULENT vote disenfranchises Wisconsin citizens who LEGALLY voted.

Which Wisconsin Republican has forcefully said that?

Dean Knudson Is Right

Amusing observation from (R) Election Committee member Knudson:

...Knudson dismissed Jacobs' livestreamed determination of the results as a "dog and pony show" that only worsened relations between Democrats and Republicans on the commission. ...

People interested in "news" were forced to watch the whole damn thing, too.

Mr. Knudson identified the "dog."  Where was the pony?

Seriously, Robin? Really??

Robin Vos--an ambitious fellow--has released his "plan" for pissing away spending $100 million on CoviDoom in Wisconsin.  (No word as to whether this money will come from State taxpayers or from the money already in Evers' drawer thanks to Donald Trump.) 

By putting this on paper, Vos cries "UNCLE!!"--conceding to Evers that the Pubbies had to come up with a "plan."  Meantime, Evers sits on a large pile of Federal dollars sent by Trump--and won't tell anyone how he will dispose of it.

...The plan includes provisions aimed at attacking the virus and its effects, like hiring double the number of state employees tasked with addressing the pandemic, expanding testing, requiring the state Department of Workforce Development to clear a backlog of unemployment claims, giving grants of up to $15,000to businesses in the hospitality industry, and providing schools with $9 million to ensure students have computers at home....

Oh.  Statism lives in the soul of Vos!!  Hire more State employees!!  Expand testing!!  Require DWD to do what they are ALREADY required to do!!  Give money to hospitality businesses that Tin-Pot Tony Evers strangled!!  And--an Alberta Darling favorite--give MO'MONEY to schools!...

Here's the Power-Mad-Robin clause:

...and give lawmakers a say in how a vaccine is distributed....

Because when efficiency matters, 99 extra managers are really, really, helpful.

No wonder the state Senate's LaMahieu is not enthused.

Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Trump Files Suit in WI. WITH EVIDENCE

To the surprise of no one, Trump's campaign filed suit with Supremes of Wisconsin seeking the voiding of lotsa ballots in Dane and Milwaukee Counties.  Whole shebang is here.

That includes about 280 pages of "EVIDENCE"--which will not be acknowledge by anyone in "the nooz."

Suit claims that walk-in absentee votes are void due to lack of "application"; that (Zuckerberg-financed) "ballot events" held by Dane County violated all sorts of provisions of Wisconsin election law; that abuse of "indefinitely confined" status, particularly the lack of ID, and that mail-in ballots were illegally "perfected" by municipal clerks rather than voters.

Remedy:  drawdown.  Clerks will randomly remove votes which are illegal or otherwise void (say 100,000) and re-count remainder.  Since Biden won ~65%+ of all Milwaukee and Dane votes, that would remove 65,000 Biden votes and 35,000 Trump votes.

Current difference is ~21,000--therefore, Trump wins.  (Yes, I know. He already DID win.) 

Nothing to See Here. Move Along...

Saw this flash by earlier, finally got to the source.

SEC filings: The parent company of Dominion Voting Systems received $400 million from an Investment Bank in Switzerland that is 75% owned by the Chinese government.

Huh.  Red China hates Trump and has purchased the Biden family, besides gifting the world with Covid-19.  The voting machines used in the US--with portals open to the internet at times--are manufactured by a company that has $400 million of Red Chinese money in its pocket.  The State of Georgia uses Dominion machines in all its polling places; Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania use them in some--or many--depending.

Clearly a co-incidence, not evidence, as Teddy Perry and the Crew of Morons located here will remind you.  Often.  And Loudly.

HT:  Vox

Thoughts on Vote/Election Fraud and Panics

ZMan is never an optimist.  Unfortunately, he's usually on solid ground.

Here he discusses "panics" such as those preceding the French and Russian Revolutions, and the 1873 event. 

Pertinent:

...If in your place of work, the software system used by the company suddenly produces errors, everyone raises an alarm. Work stops until the people in charge of the software either explain why the unexpected result is, in fact, correct or they find the cause and repair it. The software system holds the business rules of the company, so when those rules appear to be to failing, the logic of the business is called into question. The users begin to panic.

The reason people panic is that trust is built on predictability and predictability relies on rules and the orderly enforcement of those rules. When the rules stop making sense or their enforcement becomes arbitrary, it becomes impossible to predict the outcome of one’s actions. When you cannot trust the rules, you cannot trust the results of your own decisions, which means you cannot trust even yourself. When people can trust nothing they are willing to believe anything.

America appears to be in one of those moments when the people are suddenly thrust into a world in which they can no longer trust anything. The extraordinary events of the last election have caused tens of millions to question the system itself. Even those who voted for Biden are coming around to the idea that it was not on the level. Now we are seeing wild claims rocketing around the internet about what is happening to various people and what is happening behind the scenes....

 (That last sentence undoubtedly refers to the "CIA v. Green Beret War" which supposedly occurred in Germany over a set of servers run by Scytl, reportedly a CIA front.)

The larger point is in red.  

Earlier we mentioned Rohn Bishop, who--along with a number of other Wisconsin Republican poohbahs--advocates that Wisconsin voters 'let fraud slide'.   Bishop et.al. effectively demand that enforcement becomes arbitrary.  That's certainly not the way he'd like his bank to honor his checks, is it?  "On one day, we'll pay them; another, we won't.  Doesn't make any difference what his balance is, either."  He might switch banks.

Anyone in the room think that Biden Harris will restore confidence?  Anyone?  Anyone? 

New Hotness: Healthcare Worker Burnout

The Old Hotness:  Covid Will Kill Everybody Unless You Wear Masks and Cower in Your Basement.

The New Hotness:  Covid will Burn Out Your Nurse Unless  Wear Your Mask and Cower in Your Basement.

 Now that Johns Hopkins published (then deleted) a study showing that CCPFlu really didn't have an effect on overall US deaths, and that the Mask/Cower demands have ZERO effect on mortality and the spread or non-spread of Chow Mein Chop, the new line?

Have pity on your nurses and nursing assistants.  They didn't go to nursing school for this!


Rohn Bishop's Quest: Equal Opportunity for Fraud

 Predictably coming from a Lefty "news" outfit, the chair of the Fondy County Pubbies wails and screeches in harmony with James Wigderson.

Knowing he would probably face fierce criticism, Rohn Bishop raised a dissenting voice while some of his fellow conservatives argued in favor of invalidating votes in Wisconsin. ...

The fact that the votes were illegally cast.........well.......that's no big deal to him.

...Bishop believes trying to invalidate votes in Dane and Milwaukee counties harms his party’s brand — not to mention trust in democracy....

Because "trust in democracy" is enhanced by counting illegal (or fraudulent) votes, right, Rohn?

Sure.

Here's a question for you, Rohn:  how MANY illegal or fraudulent votes should we accept in a "trustworthy" democracy?  50?  50,000?  500,000?

Not sorry, man:  you can take your bleeding heart directly to the Democrat/Socialist party.  Take Wiggy and Jeff Wagner with you.

Please.

 

ACB Mulls "Squatters' Rights" for Illegals

The President wants to exclude illegals from the Census.  The case has reached SCOTUS.

Justice Barrett puts the question:

...Justice Amy Coney Barrett noted that the undocumented have always been counted in the census.

"A lot of the historical evidence and longstanding practice really cuts against your position," Barrett told Wall. She went on to wonder why a person who has lived in the country for 20 years would not be considered a settled resident, even if they are here illegally....

So if one is illegal for long enough, one deserves equal representation.

Longevity bestows legitimacy? 

How long is "long"?  How short is "short"?  Inquiring minds, and all that.

 


Monday, November 30, 2020

The Shaping of the Lie

 Instapundit quotes a very observant friend.

EVOLUTION OF AN ARGUMENT, VIA A FRIEND ON FACEBOOK:

“There is no evidence of election fraud!”
“There is no evidence of widespread election fraud!”
“There is no evidence that any fraud would have changed the results!”

The next iteration is forecast, too.

“Any evidence that might have existed was lost in our totally accidental server outage / flood / fire / dragon attack / interdimensional rift opening.”

I'll take interdimensional rift openings for Michigan, Alex.

Not Entirely Humorous

 Stolen from the RenMan

Even MORE Cowards in Broward

Looks like the Broward County Sheriff's office is using the wrong entrance exam.

Happily, the Broward Coward Deputies got home safely that night.

...for the next 15 minutes, Norkunas stood there, barefoot and unclothed, with his crutches, on one side of the glass pane trying to steady a gun in his trembling hand while the stranger stood on the other side, pounding on the door, banging it with his hip or gnawing at the thick hurricane-grade glass with a garden paver.

Norkunas, who suffered minor injuries from the glass digging into his foot, has no idea why the man, later identified as 23-year-old Timothy Johnson of Fort Lauderdale, tried to break down his door on Nov. 7.

And as bewildering, and just as terrifying to him, is the knowledge that a squad of Broward sheriff’s deputies responded to his Tamarac neighborhood, but none came close to his home to stop the man. Instead, they waited down the street until he walked over to them and surrendered, witnesses told the South Florida Sun Sentinel....

It IS a Democrat-majority county.

Ruh-Roh. Biden Is In Trouble

Nice understandable post here.  Short version:  Biden is in DEEP trouble.

Think Trump was blowing smoke with his "....prove you got 80,000,000 votes...." demand?  

He wasn't.  Play tennis with him:

...if the plaintiff gets the evidence over the net and it travels the proper distance over that half of the court, it's now the defendant's turn.

The defendant does not have a burden of proof, so he doesn't have to get the evidence to any specific point on the plaintiff's side of the net.  He just needs to get it over the net.  There are two ways to do this: he can show that the plaintiff's evidence is factually incorrect (lies or mistakes), or he can introduce more compelling counter-evidence....

So far, so good, right?  Biden can "push back" with any evidence which negates Trump's stuff.

Ahhhhhh...........not so fast, pal.

...There's an evidentiary wrinkle that applies here: "spoliation."  Spoliation occurs when a party intentionally destroys material that might be evidence in a case (even if the case hasn't yet been filed) or must be retained as a matter of law (as is true with election materials).  If you recall, Sidney Powell has stated that Dominion is destroying evidence.

If someone deliberately destroys these documents, there is a legal presumption that the documents' contents support the opposing party's contentions....

So yes, indeed:  Biden has to show that he got 80,000,000 votes.  That's more than Obama ever got.  And just for fun, try this on for size:  while Obama won 670+ counties, Biden only won 450 or so.  Yet Biden got MORE votes than Obama.

...To date, some courts (as, for example, this Obama judge) have said Trump has no evidence.  In fact, Trump has massive evidence for all three categories — and certainly enough to get the election fraud claims over the net onto Biden's side.

The real question is about Biden's return volley.  He must prove either that the eyewitnesses, the mathematical experts, and the equipment experts lied or are mistaken, or he must provide a compelling counter-narrative to explain how he got more votes than Obama did in 2008...

The fat lady hasn't even put on her makeup, much less hit the boards and begun to sing.

Advice for Chris Abele--and All Y'All

Chris Abele was the victim of an armed robbery and attempted armed carjacking last night in Shorewood.

Apparently the dumbass goblins do not know how to drive a car with a stick-shift, so they shot the car instead, after having relieved Abele of his wallet.

In order to rob him, they drove their junker in front of his and came to a halt.  Abele also stopped.

Here's where I can help Chris.

When he saw what could ONLY be a goblin get out of the car and approach his car, Abele should have found the gear labeled "REVERSE" and stomped the gas.  WTF were you thinking, Chris, when you sat there like a Big Fat Pasty-White TARGET?

You back up until you can turn it around, and go like Hell toward the cop-shop--which happens to be very close to you, remember?

(It's possible that you could be confused and run over the goblin with the gun, of course.  That would be a tragedy, no?  Since it's not likely they could read, you don't have to worry about them remembering your plate for the cops.)

"Lockdowns" Do NOT Change Death Rates

You'll not see this mentioned in the Covid-Porn "nooz."

...A new study published by Frontiers in Public Health concluded that neither lockdowns nor lockdown stringency were correlated with lower death rates.

Researchers analyzed data from 160 countries over the first 8 months of the pandemic, testing several factors—including demographics, public health, economy, politics, and environment—to determine how they are correlated with COVID-19 mortality.

“Stringency of the measures settled to fight pandemia, including lockdown, did not appear to be linked with death rate,” the researchers said.

The researchers found that the criteria most associated with a high death rate was life expectancy, though higher COVID death rates were also observed in certain geographic regions....

"Life expectancy."  Imagine that!! AGE!!

How Democrats Work

Goes without saying that only damn fools think Democrats are "honorable people."

...Back in 1984, in what became known as “Indiana’s bloody eighth.”

This refers to Indiana’s 8th Congressional District, where, in the 1984 election, the Republican candidate, Richard McIntyre, who was challenging a Democrat incumbent, trailed narrowly on election night but was certified as the winner by 34 votes after a recount (and a second recount put him up by 400 votes). But the House Democratic majority refused to seat McIntyre in January 1985. Democrats voted to keep the seat vacant pending further “investigations” into the vote count. House Dems appointed a three-member select committee, consisting of two Democrats and one Republican, to look into it, and, citing “irregularities,” the full House voted on party lines in April to seat the Democrat incumbent, despite Indiana’s official certification of the Republican McIntyre as the winner. Democrats rejected Republican proposals to have a special election to settle the matter....

Lesson:  don't bet your fortune on the House seating the (R) winner in IA-2.  (6 vote margin.)

We could name a lot of Wisconsin (R) politicians (and hangers-on) who "like" Democrats who are "nice guys/gals."

They are not.  They are power-mad, vote-fraud AND election-fraud perps whose entire life is devoted to "fixing" America--because America is wrong from the git-go.  And they'll lie all day long about it.

Don't be a fool.  Don't trust them and don't bother to "like" them, either.

Wigderson Campaigns for WEC Slot

Gotta hand it to Wigderson.  When he's campaigning for a State job, he does it brazenly.

Here's his latest:

...Despite the claims and even hopes of Trump’s supporters, the recount itself uncovered no vote fraud....

Correct.

Unmentioned is the inconvenient fact that the recount was not looking for "vote fraud."  (And by the way, Trump 'monitors' were not allowed to see the ballots either--but that's another discussion.)

The recount--by definition--was a re-count of votes cast.  It was NOT an audit with the objective of uncovering votes cast by dead people, non-residents, or "harvested" by malevolent actors.

But Wiggy knows that.  He just hopes YOU are as dumb as a box of rocks. 

And he also hopes that someone--ANYONE--will get him a nice fat job in Gummint.

Sunday, November 29, 2020

Democrat Flop-Sweat Showing

Just saw a 30-second commercial asserting that "Biden won" (Trump lost) and "it's time to move on."

They are really getting desperate about burying the frauds, eh?

FEEBS Are Moving In

The blog 'meaning in history' is written by a retired FEEB.  It's clear that he is not a disciple of the Comey-McCabe cabal

He brings news:  the FBI has requested all the files and work-papers of Matt Braynard concerning the voter-fraud(s).  Braynard sat for an interview during which he summarized his findings.

In the same post, the retired agent also connects a few of the dots left on the floor by Trump & Barr.

Is this a Magic Key?  Not yet.

Super-Spreader Event in Dane County

A correspondent sent a picture of a Super-Spreader event being held in Dane County.

The picture has 10 cars parked at a single-family residence.

The residence owners vote Democrat.

Even Democrat voters think Tin-Pot Tony Evers is full of crap.

Need Evidence??

 A pal sent over the link to an evidence-aggregation website.  This is exactly what Teddy Perry needs but will never, ever, peruse.  Ever.

It's interesting, and takes a bit of time to load.

Rep. Vos: What's Your Plan??

So far, the Republican party poohbah--Ass'y Speaker Robin Vos--has said that there 'will be an investigation' of the Wisconsin election.

Lin Wood has some thoughts about Pusillanimous Pubbies

If @GOP & @GOPChairwoman do not take immediate action to expose fraud & correct 11/3 election, Republican Party will cease to be viable.

Supporters of @realDonaldTrump will abandon GOP & you can kiss goodbye the Senate runoff in GA.

Start fighting for Trump NOW or adios GOP....

Georgia's election fraud differs from Wisconsin's in a couple of small ways, but not in the way that counts:  what the Republican "leaders" are doing about it.

Wood is right.  Who the Hell needs Robin Vos and Sen. LaMahieu (and the rest of the Pusillanimous Pubbies)  if they don't have the backbone to smack the fraudsters across the head with a 2X4?

 

Pennsylvania, Chapter 5

Vox, who is an absolute ferret tenacity-wise on the election, sought the opinion of a lawyer-pal on the Pennsy Supremes' decision of yesterday.

That decision reversed a lower-court ruling enjoining the State from certifying its vote based on a claim of un-Constitutional legislation regarding mail-in ballots.  Alito already noted the dispute a couple of weeks ago and ordered Pennsy clerks to set mail-in ballots aside in case of court action but allowed them to be counted pro tem.

What does the barrister say?

...At common law, equitable cases had a variety of doctrines and defenses that did not apply for legal remedies. As one example, one who seeks a suit in equity must come with ‘clean hands.’ So if you can show that the plaintiff engaged in illegitimate behavior, you can argue that the plaintiff should not get an equitable decision even if that decision might otherwise be justified.

Another equitable doctrine is ‘laches,’ which means that you have to timely act. It is a defense that essentially says, “Plaintiffs took too long to make their claim.” Note that a laches defense does not address the merits of the underlying argument. It is solely a procedural claim.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court relied upon laches and said, “This law went into effect a year ago and none of the Plaintiffs did anything about it.” The opinion notes that the plaintiffs did nothing upon the law’s passing. The PA Supreme Court says, “They waited until millions cast their vote” so they will not allow the suit to go forward....

The Court ignored "standing" in this case. 

Well, so what?

...Given the number of cases that are pending, I would bet that the USSC would take some type of case if for no other reason that it would give guidelines to lower courts, including appellate courts, for how to decide these cases in the future....

By that he means ALL of the pending cases, including those to be filed in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada in the next few days.  He's expecting a "narrowly tailored" ruling from SCOTUS, too.

Drama!!  But if past pattern holds, you won't read or hear about much (if any) of this in the MSM.  After all, these are "conspiracy theories" or "debunked claims". 

WI Black Voter Turnout Down This Year (?!)

Saw this a few weeks ago and saw it again due to Jessica McBride's new venture.  Reports a curious couple of facts vis-a-vis the election "results" flogged by The Nooz.  Fact one:  Milwaukee turnout was "stagnant"; fact two:  the number of black voters was down.

....Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania flipped, narrowly, from red in 2016 to blue in 2020. Pennsylvania pushed former Vice President Joe Biden’s total electoral college tally over the top, and he declared victory on Saturday.

In Wisconsin, his margin of victory was slim: just 20,539 votes, according to unofficial totals. 

But voter turnout was stagnant in Milwaukee — and down in primarily Black neighborhoods, a Wisconsin Watch analysis found — at a time when the number of votes cast statewide soared above 2016 levels.

Wisconsin Watch examined the 17 voting wards in Milwaukee in which at least 85 percent of the voters are Black. The analysis found that the raw number of votes cast dropped in all of them in 2020 compared to 2016....

Not by much--perhaps 1,200 votes--but down.

Yet Biden "won" Wisconsin?  

Saturday, November 28, 2020

This Is How You Got Trump

Essay here is a double-whammy.  Not only is Nokona the LAST American glove company--it's the last American BASEBALL glove company.  National pastime?  Hello?

The Deep State is inimical to Trump, but so are the Economic Globalizers.  Those two are the real powers-that-be.  Teachers, kitty-litter writers/editors, and assorted bureaucrats at the state and local level are noisy nuisances, zits on the ass of the elephant, but Big Money and Big Global......they are the 600-lb. canaries.

...America’s power centers continue to champion free trade, despite mounting evidence that it’s proved ruinous for large swaths of society. While free-market fundamentalists declared for decades that a rising tide would lift all boats, researchers at the National Bureau of Economic Research found net job creation has “yet to materialize.” Instead, trade-related job loss produced living conditions in industrial areas “which had not been seen since the Great Depression,” and caused surges in government poverty assistance, divorce rates, violent crime, and opioid overdose deaths.

A separate set of NBER researchers concluded this month that members of Congress “had accurate information” to predict these effects, but “placed a relatively low weight” on the plight of the most vulnerable Americans. Two decades and multiple financial crises later, and taxpayers are routinely asked to bail out firms that upended their lives, while leading financial publications proclaim more globalization is the answer.

“Wall Street will tell you that if you don’t offshore we can’t afford things—really?” Kota said. “They’re lying. The financialization of the manufacturing industry has decimated this country, yet they continue to tell us these things.”...

Many of us saw it happen in real-time and some of us sat in a conference room with Jim Sensenbrenner and told him so.  *Yawn*  Jim will be living on a pension (plus benefits) soon.  Others?  They'll be working until they're dead.

Oh, by the way:  that 'financialiization of manufacturing' thing?  Think Mitt Rommey.  It's' not "piety" that motivates Mittens.  It's the money. 

So yah, the country-mice, the deplorables, the God & Guns bunch, the Flyovers.....the America First heartland......all stood up in '16 and voted in their actual interests:  Trump.

And they did it again in 2020, as we will see very soon.

NOT Mentioned by Teddy Perry---Or Anyone Else

Sure, we'll pick on Ted Perry, but he shares the........ahh........low-light (?) with such as Channel 58, Channel 12, and the Journal-Sentinel Pravda.

You would think that Ted would climb out of that ooze, but......anyhow.

What don't they report?

...One of Braynard’s biggest findings involved voters who had submitted a National Change of Address form to the post office, indicating they had moved out of state, yet appeared to have voted in 2020 in the state they moved from.

In Georgia, the team found 138,221 such people, which represents a much larger number than the state’s current vote differential (12,670) in the presidential race.

In Michigan, there were 51,302 such people; Wisconsin had 26,673, Nevada had 27,271, Arizona had 19,997, and Pennsylvania had 13,671....

Gee.  Twenty-six thousand six hundred seventy three "we moved outta here" people who still voted in Wisconsin?

Is 26,000 > 21,000?

That's not even addressing (cough) the "indefinitely confined" question.

Teddy!!  Teddy!!!  Wake up, Teddy!!  You're not suspended any more!!

We won't bother with Belling, Wagner, Bott, or the other two at WISN.  

What Robin Won't Do

 In Pennsylvania, as we mentioned below, things are going nuclear.

Here's a member of the Legislature:

SB:  "You're saying you're going to get a joint resolution to actually go forward - the Republicans control the House and the Senate - to go forward, to basically take the power back from the Secretary of State and put it in the State Legislature to put forward the electors?"

DM:  "That is exactly what we're gonna do.  And so... look... it's gonna obviously be a struggle, we're gonna hear the palpitations and, you know, the outcries of our Governor Wolf and Secretary Boockvar - whose resignation should have happened months ago, and she shouldn't ever have been confirmed - but, you know what, we have that power, and we're gonna take that power back, because there's so much evidence of shenanigans and fraud, and we can't stand aside and just watch this unfold around us here.  You know, it's not about disenfranchising anybody, it's making sure that every legal vote counted and if there is extensive shenanigans out there, it's up to the General Assembly to step in.  So, we have a fight on our hands, and we're gonna fight, we're gonna take this fight all the way to the US Supreme Court if we have to."

Not a peep from Robin Vos about the 230,000++ illicit votes here.  

That would require manhood.

Just Spitballin' Here

 

Some Hope? Yup!

Vox has been on top of certain elements of the election-fraud story.  Here he presents a thread which could be described as 'conspiracy theory stuff.'  Or it could be dead- nuts on track.

"It’s been finally approved to disclose that John Durham’s scope investigation wasn’t limited to what occurred in the 2016 election but has occurred in 2020 election." 

"This isn’t limited to investigators at the FBI/DOJ but Investigation of all IC agencies in criminal meddling and conspiracy to commit fraud. This includes past government officials and past politicians." 

"There’s several contracted government companies and NGO’s included. The point was to not allow this to happen again to any future Presidential elections." 

Anon: what happens next?

"Trap was set. Biggest sting op in US history." 

Anon: post proof.

"Over 20K operators mostly military sworn in and deputized and undercover. Full FISA approval down to a janitors communication." 

"The architect to this coop was actually hatched at very prestigious ivy league university (heavy IC ties) that will soon be in the news embroiled by funding by a foreign hostile country.

First clue!" 

"We have the source code for dominion software...

(Vox quoting Paul Furber)

The red-bold above is the Holy Grail, of course.  Plenty more at the link.

Only problem is it makes me feel Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy Too Good.

Pennsylvania Goes Nuclear

Besides the case brought before SCOTUS before the election--a case which is likely to go in favor of Trump--late last night a Pennsylvania judge issued an opinion which:

... stat[es] the Pennsylvania preliminary ELECTION CERTIFICATION injunction was PROPERLY ISSUED and should be upheld.

McCullough added this, “Additionally, petitioners appear to have established a likelihood to succeed.”...

The case for injunction is the same one made in the pre-election case:   ...."whether legislative expansion of absentee balloting to broad mail-in balloting violated the Pennsylvania Constitution...."

At the same time, the Pennsy Legislature--majority Republican--is preparing to take back its Constitutional power to name the State's Electoral College delegates.

No matter what the local RadioMouthPussies say, you have not heard a fat lady sing.

Milwaukee County Certifies Fraud-Vote

To no one's surprise, Milwaukee County certified its vote fraud.

Note well:  this is over the strenuous objections of THE MAN, Bob Spindell, who was told to STFU and STFD by the Milwaukee County Elections Commission Democrat Machine Corruptocrats when he attempted to put on the record the flat-out illegal blocking of observation by "observers."  (I was one of the observers who was blocked, by the way.)

That's another part of the Federal case which will be filed soon.

By the way, Milwaukee County Election officials say 'there were no instances of fraud.'

OK, then.

Tom Barrett's Murder-City Record UPDATED

While Tommy Barrett & Co. have been busy frauding-up the vote totals in Milwaukee, his corrupt-o-crat regime has been ignoring dead people

As of November 7th (THREE WEEKS AGO), Milwaukee set a new homicide record--166.

Oh, yes, there are more........two just yesterday!

Can't seem to find the new-record total in the Milwaukee Pravda, however.  Huh!

UPDATE:  Milwaukee Pravda has the numbers.  Gotta know where to look.

One hundred seventy-two!!

Trump v. Mark Belling. Trump Wins

This should be fun.

...The Trump campaign is seeking to disqualify 238,420 ballots cast during the Nov. 3 election between Dane and Milwaukee counties, according to a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel analysis — an effort that has been unsuccessful so far as part of recounts in both counties but could end up in court. ...

That INCLUDES in-person early votes, the ones Mark Belling has been flogging for years.

Math:  if Milwaukee and Dane Counties went 65/35 for Biden, then on a draw-down, Biden loses ~155,000 votes; Trump loses only ~80,000.  But Biden, with his current (fraudulent) 20,000 vote margin, loses the State.

Seems that the in-person early votes do NOT have a separate ballot application, which is required by Wisconsin statute.  Clerks--taking the advice of the notoriously "make-it-up-on-the-fly" Wisconsin Elections Commission Commission to Elect Democrats--have considered the envelope to be 'the application,' an interpretation which is silly on its face.

And, under Equal Treatment law, the campaign is also requesting that ALL the "indefinitely confined" ballots be scrapped.  Every voter in the State MUST show ID--except those who self-identify as "indefinitely confined."  That's not "equal treatment" is it? 

Whoops.

Belling--as we noted earlier--has already given up the fight and is tending to his horsies.  Yesterday, the rest of the WISN on-air staff gave up, too.  It's easier to get along if you go along, right?

Pussies.

Hydroxy + Zinc + Z-pack Works Against Covid

Study demonstrates that Hydroxychloroquine + Zinc + Z-pack works very well in EARLY treatment of Covid.

First COVID-19 outpatient study based on risk stratification and early antiviral treatment at the beginning of the disease.

Low-dose hydroxychloroquine combined with zinc and azithromycin was an effective therapeutic approach against COVID-19.

Significantly reduced hospitalisation rates in the treatment group.

Reduced mortality rates in the treatment group.

(Since it's a PDF, go to the link for the rest of the story.)

Friday, November 27, 2020

Georgia Kraken, Part XXI

The Gloom Boys (WISN on-air staffers) have given up the fight. 

Maybe they don't read the news?

...First and foremost is Dr. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, an experienced cybercrimes investigator and digital security executive, who has worked with the CIA, NSA, FBI, and U.S. military counterintelligence, as well as corporate financial giants like Deutsche Bank and Stripe.

In an affidavit filed with Powell’s complaint in a Georgia court before midnight Wednesday, Keshavarz-Nia had this bombshell assessment....

 ...“I conclude with high confidence that the election 2020 data were altered in all battleground states resulting in a hundreds of thousands of votes that were cast for President Trump to be transferred to Vice President Biden.”

These alterations, he added, resulted from widespread vulnerabilities in voting software and systems that allowed a “Man-in-the-Middle cyber attack” by covert operators....

So how did this "Man in the Middle" attack occur?  If you've kept up with the story, you recall that a Philadelphia warehouse break-in resulted in the theft of a cryptographic key on a DVS thumb drive.

The affiant--who has worked for CIA, FBI, and NSA, along with major US companies--is regarded as one of the country's leading cybersecurity experts, hailed as such by none other than the NYTimes.

Noteworthy:  he also has worked with Dominion/DVS systems along with its ImageCast and AuditMark sub-systems.

But the WISN guys are smarter.

Jiggering the Covid-19 Numbers

 This is not surprising at all.  Dr. Genevieve Briand of Johns Hopkins published a study (still being vetted) which tells us:

...The overall conclusion is that Covid-19, at least according to collected data, is not the killer disease that it is currently hyped up to be. AIER is not endorsing the study as is without further study, but we are interested in the argument being examined and discussed....

 ...According to this graph constructed using data provided by the CDC from the last 6 years, total deaths have remained relatively constant and increases can be explained by various factors such as a larger population. The spikes in deaths in 2020 are consistent with historical trends, only topping 2018 by 11,292 deaths. There have been over 262,000 deaths attributed to Covid-19 in the United States, yet total deaths have not increased in any alarming capacity; they have only mirrored existing trends. In short, according to 6 years of data collected by the CDC, Covid-19 has not led to any significant increase in deaths....

So what?

Glad you asked!!

...Deaths have remained relatively constant, yet reported deaths due to deadly conditions such as heart disease have fallen while reported Covid deaths have risen. This suggests that the current Covid death count is in some capacity relabeled deaths due to other ailments. According to the graph, reported Covid deaths even overtook heart disease as the main cause of death at one point, which should raise suspicion....

That's been the suspicion for months already.

But but but but Covid gave "health authorities" monster teeeeeeeeeeveeeeeeee time and--even better--authority to decree this, mandate that, order this AND that........you know.  They finally emerged from the dark room in the basement where they were kept.

Yah.  That worked out well.

Did The Mink Vote? In Wisconsin, They Could

Some possibilities *arise* from this story.

Hundreds of minks that were killed in Denmark to prevent the spread of the coronavirus have reportedly risen from their shallow graves after gases built up inside their bodies....

Wisconsin Democrats registered every damned one to vote.

Never mind that they are Danish mink.  They voted absentee, claiming "indefinite confinement" thus avoiding ID requirements.

Dominion Design "Flaw"--or "Feature"?

In the post below, the Fox6 reporter mentioned an essay by Andrew Appel, a Princeton professor.  In that essay, Appel brought up a 'design flaw' in Dominion voting systems.

...When I feed my marked ballot into an optical scanner,  I do not want the optical scanner to have the ability to fill in more bubbles on my ballot!  The whole purpose of the paper ballots, and the human-inspection random audits, and the human-inspection recounts, is to guard against the possibility that a hacker installed cheating software into the voting machine.  If the cheating software can mark my ballot, after the last time I can inspect it, then the ballot seen by the recount team is not the same as I marked it.

This appears to be an elementary security-design mistake.  Security design isn’t easy!  A good security designer has to be able to think adversarially, to understand the threat model, to understand how the software could subvert the hardware.  In this case, the threat is:

  1. Hacker exploits a security vulnerability of the ImageCast voting machine or on the election-administration laptop computer that prepares ballot files.  For example, the ImageCast has several USB ports, and USB is notoriously insecure.
  2. Hacker uses this vulnerability to install additional software on the ImageCast, that fills in additional ovals on the op-scan ballot, after the voter has inserted it for scanning.  For extra credit, don’t perfectly fill in the ovals like a BMD normally would; instead, mimic the style that the voter has used with a pen.  For double-extra-credit, do this only when the scanner detects that the voter has used a similar color pen to the ink-jet cartridge in the BMD’s printer.  For triple-extra-credit, only fill in ovals in races where the voter hasn’t already marked a vote, this avoids overvotes that would draw attention to the paper ballot during an audit or recount....

 (Italics in original)  

Further:

Note added on March 5, 2019:  This machine has a “permission to cheat” mode just like the ES&S ExpressVote. 

(bold in original)

Dominion systems were rejected by the State of Texas for their security problems, and Sidney Powell's team has sworn testimony from I.T. people and poll workers questioning not only USB usage but the internet-connection of those machines.

Notable:  it appears that Dominion machines do NOT create a clear audit trail.

For purposes of stealing elections, these are features, not bugs.

Whitewashing Wisconsin Elections

It's not what "the nooz" DOES report.  It's what "the nooz" does NOT report.

So when Fox6 interviewed Reid Magney--a highly partisan bureaucrat--they got the answers to some, but not all, of the questions.

The objective here was to whitewash the Wisconsin vote and Dominion voting machines.

President Donald Trump has blasted a particular voting machine company, Dominion Voting Systems, used in some Wisconsin municipalities like Racine, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac and West Bend, but regular audits check that the paper ballots match what the machines recorded....

Let's grant that all of that is true.  So what?

This year's Wisconsin vote fraud was not found in voting machines (at least, not yet).  It was found in highly questionable absentee ballotsCounting fraudulent ballots, re-counting fraudulent ballots, and then auditing a count and recount of fraudulent ballots is useless.  Doh.

As to Dominion machine flaws....

..."The software itself was created with so many variables and so many backdoors or thumb drives or whatever, but one of its characteristic features is its ability to flip votes," said Sidney Powell.

The Trump campaign distanced itself from Powell after a press conference last week writing, "She is not a member of the Trump legal team.”...

The phrase 'distanced itself', as commonly used, implies a negative relationship.  Another example of that would be "Fox6 distanced itself from Ted Perry after a tasteless Facebook post, keeping him off the air for a week."

A different way to phrase it?  "Trump campaign lawyers are pursuing ballot fraud whereas Powell is separately taking up challenges to Dominion systems' integrity."  See the difference?

And then there's the tried-and-true method of "non-reporting":  report it at the bottom of the story.  So the penultimate graf tells us that yes, yes indeed, there IS controversy over Dominion:

...Still, Princeton University Professor Andrew Appel wrote of a “design flaw in Dominion ImageCast Evolution Voting Machine.”...

We could cut Fox6 some slack here.  The story was not about Dominion systems' flaws, so Fox6 really didn't want to open that can of worms in this context.  I'll highlight a little bit of Appel's essay in my next post.

The story, instead, was all about auditing a recount of a recount--exactly what Reid Magney wanted you to hear. 

It certainly was NOT about 200,000+++ highly-questionable absentee ballots.

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Several More Excisions from Swamp

Who coulda guessed these fossils were still Big Wigs?

Members who were suddenly removed include former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Henry Kissinger, former ranking member of the House Intelligence committee Jane Harman and former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, two of the officials said.
 
The Defense Policy Board is an outside advisory group of former high profile national security officials who "provide the Secretary of Defense and the Deputy Secretary of Defense, independent, informed advice and opinions concerning matters of defense policy in response to specific tasks from the Secretary of Defense, the Deputy Secretary of Defense," according to their website....,.
 
Blah blah blah. 
 
...The first two officials said the members removed also included former Chief of Naval Operations, retired Adm. Gary Roughead, former chief operating officer at the Pentagon Rudy De Leon and former Bush deputy national security adviser J.D. Crouch II....
 

More on Fraud(s)

From Dr. Briggs, "Statistician to the Stars" consultant and adjunct Professor of Statistics at Cornell University with specialties in medicine and philosophy of science..

Around 154 thousand votes or so (plus or minus) have perhaps gone missing across several states. In Pennsylvania alone maybe 30 thousand or so Republican ballots are not accounted for....

Nothing to see here, folks.  Move along. 

HT:  Catholic Monitor

Georgia Kraken, P. 9, Para. 14

 Vox posted this but it's worth a re-post.  This is in Powell's filing, P.9, Para. 14:

...As explained and demonstrated in the accompanying redacted declaration of a former electronic intelligence analyst under 305th Military Intelligence with experience gathering SAM missile system electronic intelligence, the Dominion software was accessed by agents acting on behalf of China and Iran in order to monitor and manipulate elections, including the most recent US general election in 2020.  This Declaration further includes a copy of the patent records for Dominion Systems in which Eric Coomer is listed as the first of the inventors of Dominion Voting Systems.  (See Attached hereto as Exh. 8, copy of redacted witness affidavit, 17 pages, November 23, 2020). ...

 You know about Coomer, an Antifa colleague and on-the-record Trump hater.

But you did NOT know about PRC/Iranian access to Dominion software, didja?

More on Georgia Suit

Vox posts a VERY readable essay from a Federal-court practicing lawyer critiquing Powell's Georgia filing.

Read it.

Crucial: did Georgia retain all the original papers, ballots, thumb-drives, etc.?  That's crucial not only in Georgia, friends.

REMINDER!!