BLUF:
If the GOP is serious about winning in 2024 — especially after they make the gains everyone thinks they will in the 2022 midterms — they need to get in front of the shenanigans the left has planned instead of playing catch-up as they have so often in the past

The GOP Needs to Anticipate Leftist Threats to the Electoral College in Coming Years

It should have been obvious during the few moments of lucidity from Joe Biden’s weird ranting lately: the electoral college is in the Democrats’ crosshairs now that the GOP has taken election integrity more seriously and the Dem administration that was supposed to save the country from Trump has turned out to be such a massive failure. Democrat future presidential wins look as likely as Democrat midterms wins.

So how can we tell Democrats will again turn to the unpopular tactic of attacking the electoral college out of desperation? Because Biden himself told us recently.

From the New York Post, and quoting that same speech:

President Biden vowed Tuesday night that Democrats would make gains in next year’s midterm elections, a result that would defy the political odds as the White House grapples with a series of crises.

“We have to keep making the case,” Biden said at a holiday party attended by 400 Democratic National Committee officials and donors in Washington. “And if we do, I believe we’re going to win.

“Let me say this again for the press: We’re going to win in 2022.”

Moments earlier, the president had told Republicans eyeing a return to the majority in the House and Senate next year: “Get ready, pal. You’re going in for a problem.”

Many have pointed out the gut-churning comparison to something Joseph Stalin, bloody Soviet dictator who oversaw the deaths of millions and cared not a whit for Democracy, said about votes and vote counters..

“I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this—who will count the votes, and how,” Stalin reportedly told his former secretary Boris Bazhanov in 1923.

That’s a point well taken. But he’s also referring to who counts the votes as it relates to the electoral college, as these two academics note in a piece at The Hill.

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With no apologies to Mr. Simon.

Flip Flopping Away
Flip Flopping Awa-aaeeay
The farther from being elected
The more you’re Flip Flopping away.


Eric Greitens Thinks New MO Gun Law Should Be Revisited

Former MO Governor and US Senate candidate Eric Greitens talks to Austin Petersen and John Marsh about why he’s sympathetic to calls from Missouri police to revisit a new gun law. SAPA, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, prevents Missouri law enforcement from enforcing federal gun laws that conflict with Missouri state law. Republican law enforcement officers in Missouri and current Governor Parson have been calling for revisiting the controversial bill which was passed into law in 2020.

Greitens says he supports Missouri gun law after blowback

Days after blasting a new state law designed to invalidate certain federal gun laws, former Gov. Eric Greitens changed his tune, voicing support for the Second Amendment Preservation Act.

Oon Saturday, Greitens tweeted: “I 100% support the Second Amendment Preservation Act. Do-nothing establishment RINO’s and lobbyists will never truly stand up for the Second Amendment to protect your gun rights. Don’t be fooled.”

Why the shift in tone?

[I’d say it’s the realization that he opened his yap and offended a large part of his base that got him elected to be Goobernor, but that’s just me. ]

On Thursday, two days after Greitens’ comments were posted, Aaron Dorr, a pro-firearms activist with the Missouri Firearms Coalition, posted a 17-minute video excoriating the ex-governor for his comments.

Oops!

Supposing, of course, that the prognosticaations of a massive demoncrap loss actually occur…..


What Will A Post-2022 Congress Be Able To Do?

One thing Second Amendment supporters need to have in mind is what they should push for after the 2022 elections. Now, there is a lot of time between now and 2022, but based on what happened in Virginia and some other trends, it is shaping up to go very nicely for those who support the Second Amendment.

But what is to be done with what could be a pro-Second Amendment majority in the House and Senate? While Joe Biden will still have a veto pen, it doesn’t mean that Second Amendment supporters will be without options.

One could say that there is a Second Amendment supportive majority in the United States, given that all 50 Republicans and Joe Manchin, Angus King, and Jon Tester have made pro-Second Amendment votes at times. However, currently, the Senate Majority Leader is Chuck Schumer, and Schumer is making Second Amendment supporters miss having Mitch McConnell in that position.

So, what changes when Congressional leadership is pro-Second Amendment. The biggest changes will be in oversight and spending. Here, they can help prevent things like Operation Chokepoint and also put the halt to funding for anti-Second Amendment propaganda from the Centers for Disease Control. In addition, Congressional oversight could also be a way to shine the light on corporate gun control and put the heat on the CEOs.

The other thing they will do is block a lot of anti-Second Amendment legislation via a numbers game and control of the committees in the House and Senate. Now, given pro-Second Amendment legislation will not be signed into law by Biden and getting the veto-proof majorities will be highly unlikely, but just blocking anti-Second Amendment legislation at the federal level will protect our rights, especially in a post-NYSRPA v. Bruen world.

It won’t just be anti-Second Amendment legislation that will be killed if Second Amendment supporters take control of Congress. Various other attacks on our rights will also be halted, like the For the People Act and other campaign finance “reform” schemes. That will allow Second Amendment supporters to make their case to the American people, and when we are able to make that case, we win the arguments.

For the potential gains in the 2022 midterms to happen, though, Second Amendment supporters will have a lot of work to do. They need to defeat anti-Second Amendment extremists at the federal, state, and local levels via the ballot box.

Observation O’ The Day

After thinking on it awhile, and remembering my own sortie into the life of election politics, this dawned on me.
Bleat Zero O’Rourke may actually not care if he runs a campaign so tone-deaf many people can’t think of a way he could actually win election for  Texas Governor.

Well, maybe he doesn’t care.

Maybe, he’s running so he can use up donations to this and to his previous campaigns that he’s accumulated and can’t legally touch to live on, as in travel around the state and generally have a good time on someone else’s dime instead of spending his own money.
Both federal and most state finance laws ban spending those funds on anything except actual campaign expenses, but does allow just about anything that’s even barely connected to count.

Just a thought.

Yeah, that ‘12,000 votes have been found‘ balloon didn’t fly.


‘All votes have been counted’: Steve Sweeney concedes loss in New Jersey Senate race
The longest-serving Senate president in the state’s history, Sweeney lost reelection to a political newcomer with a shoestring campaign.

New Jersey Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney on Wednesday conceded his loss in last week’s election, an upset that sent shock waves through the state’s political world, but said he would remain a player in Garden State politics.

“I will be speaking from a different podium, but I promise you: I will be just as loud and just as forceful a voice for change,” he told reporters at the Statehouse in Trenton.

Sweeney also congratulated his opponent, Edward Durr Jr., a previously unknown South Jersey Republican who has never served in elected office. Durr’s victory over Sweeney, the longest-serving Senate president in the state’s history and the second-most powerful elected official in Trenton, was an unexpected and major blow to South Jersey’s Democratic establishment.

“All votes have been fairly counted, and I, of course, accept the results,” Sweeney said.

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County Sheriff in Wisconsin Reveals Evidence of Felony Election Law Violations

The sheriff of Racine County in Wisconsin, Christopher Schmaling, presented evidence Thursday of felony election law violations in the county during the 2020 election.

Schmaling came out swinging against members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, by whom he said “election statute was in fact not just broken, but shattered.”

The sheriff’s office received a complaint from a relative of a nursing home resident who died in October 2020. Despite suffering from severe cognitive decline prior to her passing, though, she still somehow managed to cast a vote via absentee ballot in the 2020 presidential election, according to state records.

The nursing home resident lived at the Ridgewood Care Facility. Following a complaint by the deceased resident’s daughter, who found it suspicious that her mother was able to vote given her condition at the time, Racine County Sgt. Michael Luell launched an investigation.

Luell found that in 2020 there had been an unusual surge in voting activity at the care facility. Luell reported back that eight out of 42 families of residents at Ridgewood said their loved ones did not possess the cognitive ability to vote, despite having done so.

The county investigation pertained exclusively to the Ridgewood Care Facility, but Sheriff Schmaling said he expects that his presentation of the results of the investigation will lead to others who experienced something similar across the state coming forward.

Toward the end of the presentation, Schmaling called on the Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul to launch an immediate investigation into the incident.

The chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, Paul Farrow released a statement following Schmaling’s presentation. “Anyone who cares at all about election integrity owes the Racine County Sheriff’s Department a debt of gratitude for their work today,” he said. “It is horrific that WEC’s choice to violate state laws may have led to bad actors taking advantage of vulnerable citizens in nursing homes. It’s time for Democrats, the Department of Justice, and the mainstream media to take election integrity concerns seriously.”

Toxic: Sheriff’s Candidate Shies Away From Everytown Support

Not long ago, my colleague Tom Knighton noted that the gun control group Everytown for Gun Safety was spending several hundred thousand dollars in support of a sheriff’s candidate in Erie County, Pennsylvania.

That’s a staggering amount of money in a local election, and it’s not going unnoticed. In fact, as the campaign enters its last week, the donation has become one of the primary topics of conversation. After all, a New York billionaire like Michael Bloomberg and his pet gun control group taking an interest in a local race in northwestern Pennsylvania is unusual. And judging from the response that the local paper got from Democrat Chris Campanelli about Everytown’s intervention in the race, voters can’t be too happy about Bloomberg’s independent expenditures in support of his campaign.

Democratic nominee Campanelli, 62, told the Erie Times-News that he had “no involvement” with the Bloomberg group.

“I solicited nothing from them,” he said. “I never actually heard of them. And to be honest with you, how can I control how somebody spends their money? It’s not up to me.”

You’ve never heard of Everytown for Gun Safety? Methinks the sheriff’s candidate protests a little too much. It’s worth noting, though, that while Campanelli says he has no idea who Everytown is, he didn’t denounce the group’s massive spending on negative ads targeting his opponent, Republican Brian Shank.

The group has aired ads that highlight allegations of misconduct that Shank faced as a corrections officer for the State Corrections Institute of Cambridge Springs, a minimum-security prison for females, before his retirement in 2014.

In an earlier interview with the Erie Times-News, Shank said, “We all have things in our past where we’ve not made great judgment calls in our life. And, you know, we move on, we learn from them.”

Hey, you know who else has been accused of inappropriate conduct while on the job? That’s right. The man paying for those ads attacking Shank.

Several lawsuits have been filed over the years alleging that women were discriminated against at Bloomberg’s business-information company, including a case brought by a federal agency and one filed by a former employee, who blamed Bloomberg for creating a culture of sexual harassment and degradation.

The most high-profile case was from a former saleswoman. She sued Bloomberg personally as well as his company, alleging workplace discrimination. She alleged Bloomberg told her to “kill it” when he learned she was pregnant. Bloomberg has denied her allegation under oath, and he reached a confidential settlement with the saleswoman.

The Washington Post interviewed a former Bloomberg employee, David Zielenziger, who said he witnessed the conversation with the saleswoman. Zielenziger, who said he had not previously spoken publicly about the matter, said Bloomberg’s behavior toward the woman was “outrageous. I understood why she took offense.”

Ads attacking the character of candidates are nothing new, and Shank himself seems to have acknowledged at least some inappropriate behavior while he was serving as a corrections officer, so I wouldn’t necessarily call that ad out of line (though the old adage about glass houses and throwing stones comes to mind). However, that’s not the only ad running. I’m not sure if this one is more out of line or counterproductive for Bloomberg.

The ads also take aim at Shank for being among a small group of people who received a citation from the city of Erie for carrying a gun at a rally in Perry Square in June 2013 in violation of a city ordinance that prohibited firearms and other weapons in public parks.

A state appellate court struck down the city’s ban, which had been in place since at least 1976, forcing it to drop the charges against Shank and seven others, all of whom held a concealed-carry license at the time.

So Brian Shank and several others challenged an illegal local gun control ordinance that was later thrown out by the Pennsylvania courts as a clear violation of the state’s firearm preemption laws, and that’s supposed to be a bad thing? Oh, I understand why Michael Bloomberg believes that it was awful for Shanks to do something like that, but I doubt many voters are going to see it the same way. I don’t know about you, but I’d feel a lot better about voting for a sheriff who was willing to challenge the constitutionality of bad laws instead of just blindly enforcing them.

Campanelli, for his part, has mouthed the same type of platitudes we’ve heard from pro-gun control Democrats for decades; he’s a gun owner, and a hunter, and he’s not “here to take people’s guns,” though he’s willing to accept the help of people who want to do exactly that. He might not have asked for them, but he certainly hasn’t criticized the ads paid for by Michael Bloomberg and Everytown for Gun Safety, any more than he’s criticized the anti-gun and anti-Second Amendment views they hold.

Senator Richard Shelby is retiring, so it’s a wide open race.


‘Black Hawk Down’ POW Mike Durant enters Alabama’s 2022 U.S. Senate race

Mike Durant, famously known for his heroics in the 1993 “Black Hawk Down” incident, has formally declared his candidacy to seek to Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate.

In announcing his bid for the U.S. Senate, Durant lambasted President Joe Biden over what he sees as the administration’s failures.

“The career politicians have ruined this country, and their leader Joe Biden is pushing us to the brink,” said Durant. “Between ridiculous vaccine mandates, trillions in spending, and constant assaults on innocent life and the 2nd Amendment, it’s clear that we need to mobilize people from outside of politics to step forward and serve.”

The End Game of the Election Audits.

Readers have noticed my silence on the election audits in Arizona and elsewhere. The election was stolen and cannot be undone.
But that does not mean the audits are useless. Far from it, dear friends.

There is no way Democrats won the election fair and square. The math shows this was impossible. We went a century with presidential election turnout topping 60% only one time — 61% in 1964 — and suddenly there was a surge to 67%?
That was up from 56% in 2016.

Democrats used the pandemic to ignore election laws and mail-in unverified ballots that may have been Xerox-ed. The rules of election security were abandoned.

And Republicans allowed this to happen because they wanted to be rid of Donald John Trump and the whole business of making America great again. Republicans want nice safe jobs where they go along with Democrat lawlessness to get along.
The audits are not going to overturn the 2020 election. We all know this.

But this is not about 2020. It is about 2024. Donald Trump wants to become the first presidential loser to come back and win since Richard Nixon, who lost to JFK in 1960 and was elected president in 1968.

Grover Cleveland and Andrew Jackson also pulled this off. Jackson got screwed out of the 1824 election by a very deft John Quincy Adams who was able to convince Congress to give him the win after Jackson fell short of a majority in the Electoral College.

Donald Trump is a very stable genius. He was 14 when Nixon lost and 22 when Nixon won. He has observed how Gore handled his close loss. (Gore sold out and made a pile pushing the snake oil of global warming.) And he has watched Hillary blame everyone but herself for the most expensive loss in presidential election history.

President Trump is not taking up painting. He is leading the campaign to Take Back America From the Traitors.

He has not conceded the election because he wants to remind Americans of what they had. In the alternative universe of a second term, there is no border crisis because Mexico continues to guard our border while we build the wall.

In the alternative universe of a second term, the Taliban is irrelevant because the duly elected government in Afghanistan is fully in charge. Maybe we have a small contingent of soldiers like in South Korea, but whatever arms we brought in are arms we took home.

In the alternative universe of a second term, the economy is booming and inflation remains dead. We are headed back to 3.5% unemployment and any infrastructure deal involves actual physical structures.

Donald Trump is now the president in waiting. The UnTrump Presidency is failing, and that lends credence to the argument that Democrats and RINOs stole 2020.

We cannot undo the past, but we can look to the future.

The election audits give us hope and keep us together.

Ignore the MSM: Here’s What the 2020 Maricopa County Election Audit Actually Says.

A draft copy of the 2020 Maricopa County election audit has been leaked to KJZZ, a Phoenix-based radio station.

The validity of the draft report they obtained was confirmed by audit spokesman Randy Pullen, who said, “It’s not the final report, but it’s close.”

The media is already spinning the findings of the audit.

“The partisan review of Maricopa County’s 2.1 million ballots cast in the 2020 election found a vote count nearly identical to what the county had previously reported,” CNN reported. Like other liberal outlets, CNN focused on the results of the hand-recount part of the audit. As we know, hand recounts may account for slight discrepancies in counting but do not address irregularities or potentially illegally cast ballots.

So, let’s look into what the audit actually says.

“What has been found is both encouraging and alarming,” the report summary reads. “On the positive side there were no substantial differences between the hand count of the ballots provided and the official canvass results for the County.”

The summary continues:

However, while it is encouraging for voters, it does not allay all of the concerns:

  • None of the various systems related to elections had numbers that would balance and agree with each other. In some cases, these differences were significant.
  • There appears to be many ballots cast from individuals who had moved prior to the election.
  • Files were missing from the Election Management System (EMS) Server.
  • Ballot images on the EMS were corrupt or missing.
  • Logs appeared to be intentionally rolled over, and all the data in the database related to the 2020 General Election had been fully cleared.
  • On the ballot side, batches were not always clearly delineated, duplicated ballots were missing the required serial numbers, originals were duplicated more than once, and the Auditors were never provided Chain‐of‐ Custody documentation for the ballots for the time‐period prior to the ballot’s movement into the Auditors’ care. This all increased the complexity and difficulty in properly auditing the results; and added ambiguity into the final conclusions.

The audit team faults Maricopa County officials for not cooperating with the audit, which would have resolved many of these obstacles. “By the County withholding subpoena items, their unwillingness to answer questions as is normal between auditor and auditee, and in some cases actively interfering with audit research, the County prevented a complete audit,” the summary explains. “This did not stop the primary goal of offering recommendations for legislative reform to the Arizona Senate, but it did leave many questions open as to the way and manner that the 2020 General Election was conducted. As a result, while many areas of concern were specifically identified, our full audit results validating the 2020 General Election are necessarily inconclusive.”

While the media is claiming that the audit report confirms Biden’s victory, it does not. “There are sufficient discrepancies among the different systems that, in conjunction with some of our findings, suggest that the delta between the Presidential candidates is very close to the potential margin‐of‐error for the election,” the audit summary explains.

Here is a table showing the discrepancies and other issues found by the audit team and the number of ballots impacted. However, the audit team notes that no single finding would necessarily favor a single candidate. “In many cases there could be legitimate and legal votes within the Ballots Impact amount.”

Why do these matter? Because, according to the state-certified results, Joe Biden barely won the state by a 10,457-vote margin. The tiny margin of victory in the state-certified results means that these discrepancies are very troubling. There were 42,727 impacted ballots ranked as “high” or “critical” severity—that’s four times the certified margin of victory. If you include “medium” severity discrepancies, there were 53,214 impacted ballots—more than five times the certified margin of victory. Overall, there were 57,734 impacted ballots.

These findings don’t prove fraud, but certainly demonstrate the potential for fraud. And these impacted ballots have not been vetted.

So, has Joe Biden’s victory been proven? Not in the least. The truth is, we’ll never know the truth about how many ballots were impacted. Of course, the mainstream media knows this, which is why, deep down in CNN’s report about the audit, it laments that the draft report “shows that Cyber Ninjas and their subcontractors are still seeking ways to cast doubt on the election,” pointing to the thousands of ballots flagged.

The bottom line: The number of ballots impacted by discrepancies far exceeds Biden’s margin of victory in the state. Both sides of this debate will claim the report validates their position, but in truth, without proper vetting of the impacted ballots, we’ll never know if the election results were legitimate.

Even if the audit was able to investigate these ballots and determine that enough fraud occurred to alter the result, it is too late to change the election results. The audit team used their findings to make a series of election reform recommendations to improve the integrity of elections in the future.

“The Fake News is lying about the Arizona audit report!” Donald Trump said in a statement. “The leaked report conclusively shows there were enough fraudulent votes, mystery votes, and fake votes to change the outcome of the election 4 or 5 times over.”

Trump also noted that the number of potentially fraudulent votes is “many more times than the so-called margin of ‘victory,’ which was only 10,457.”

BLUF:
These five items make it clear that the Democrats’ efforts to build and sustain a majority electoral coalition are not guaranteed in any way by the race-ethnic trends detailed in the Census data and dwelt on by the media. Instead the challenges faced by the Democrats have simply mutated, interacting in profound ways with class and cultural issues that have undercut—and may continue to undercut—presumed gains from rising racial diversity.

Will Census Trends Save the Democrats?
Five Reasons Why That Just Ain’t So

The latest data release from the 2020 Census, which will be used to guide decennial redistricting, has been greeted rather breathlessly by the nation’s media and has been absolute catnip for commentators and observers who lean toward the Democrats. Consider some of these headlines:

America’s White Population Shrank for the First Time”;

Vast Stretches of America Are Shrinking. Almost All of Them Voted for Trump”.

Census release shows America is more diverse and more multiracial than ever

None of this is necessarily wrong, though it’s worth noting that these findings are consistent with trends of long-standing rather than something qualitatively new. What is questionable however is the political gloss that tends to put on these results. Leftist filmmaker Michael Moore called the announcement “the best day ever in US history”, which, while over the top, fairly represents the delight among most progressives that a presumably conservative white population is in precipitous decline while a presumably liberal nonwhite population keeps growing, the harbinger of a diverse, progressive future America.

At least that’s the story. But, as noted, these trends are ongoing, not new. Why should they now lead to progressive hegemony when they haven’t before? Many on the left appear to believe that, whatever the story up ‘til now, we have finally reached some sort of tipping point where the effects of underlying demographic trends can no longer be denied. Maybe. But then again maybe not.

Here are five reasons the Census trends may not be quite the bonus for Democrats so many want to believe (and others fear).

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BLUF:
Keep this in mind the next time someone on the left claims that the idea of replacing the American electorate is a conspiracy theory.

NY Times Op-Ed Reveals Endgame of Border Crisis: Let Illegals Vote

In a little over six months, the Biden administration has allowed hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to flow across America’s southern border. Many conservatives have suggested that this is nothing more than a cynical attempt to change America’s electorate by creating more Democrat voters.

A writer for the New York Times just seemed to confirm that this was the endgame all along.

Liberal journalist: There is ‘no good reason’ only citizens can vote

A guest columnist for the New York Times argued this week that “there is no good reason you should have to be a citizen to vote.”

According to the Times, the essay is “part of a series exploring bold ideas to revitalize and renew the American experiment.”

Atossa Araxia Abrahamian, a New York-based progressive journalist and former senior editor of the Nation, claimed in an opinion piece Wednesday that “it’s time for Democrats to radically expand the electorate.”

How? First by granting permanent legal residents the right to vote. Why? Because, according to Abrahamian, they contribute as much to the country as any natural-born citizen.

“Nearly 15 million people living legally in the United States, most of whom contribute as much as any natural-born American to this country’s civic, cultural and economic life, don’t have a say in matters of politics and policy because we — resident foreign nationals, or ‘aliens’ as we are sometimes called — cannot vote,” Abrahamian wrote.

Talk about saying the quiet part out loud.

Carmine Sabia of the Conservative Brief has more:

It sounds like a good faith argument from someone who just wants the right to vote in a nation where he resides and pays taxes.

But then you have to read just one paragraph farther to comprehend what it is that Abrahamian actually wants.

“Considering the Supreme Court’s recent decision undermining voting rights, and Republicans’ efforts to suppress, redistrict and manipulate their way to electoral security, it’s time for Democrats to radically expand the electorate. Proposing federal legislation to give millions of young people and essential workers a clear road to citizenship is a good start. But there’s another measure that lawmakers both in Washington and state capitals should put in place: lifting voting restrictions on legal residents who aren’t citizens — people with green cards, people here on work visas, and those who arrived in the country as children and are still waiting for permanent papers,” the writer said.

And there it is.

Make no mistake. There are Democrats in Washington who agree with this.

Keep this in mind the next time someone on the left claims that the idea of replacing the American electorate is a conspiracy theory.

BLUF:
Conclusion. The trend is ever more evidence and revelations of election fraud in 2020. This is bad news for the Democrat Party and greatly strengthens Republican efforts to pass new election integrity laws in states around the country. And that trend also explains the increasing desperation of the Democrat-media complex to stonewall, obfuscate, lie, and attempt to explain it all away. Not going to work, as more Americans are getting red-pilled every day! Keep up the pressure on all of your elected representatives because it is having a positive effect.


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A.U.D.I.T. of Elections: Grassroots Pressure Begins to Pay Off

A.U.D.I.T.: About Undermining Democrat-Implemented Theft (of elections)

Despite the near-blackout from the legacy media, the saga of the 2020 election continues – and it ain’t what the Democrats are bleating endlessly (“the most secure election EVAH!”). Every day there are new revelations that explode their myth that all claims of election fraud are “baseless.” And actions by some legislators in various states are inching in the right direction, thanks to relentless grassroots pressure.

I have to admit that “baseless” is just the latest in a long line of Democrat-spun words that triggers me! Because they are lying out their a$$e$. I don’t care what Rachel Maddow and the other fools at MSNBC (and a lot of others in the media) nervously bleat daily in trying to spin the reality of what happened last year. They are paid to spout the Democrat line and are liars. It’s a simple as that. And as Rasmussen polling reported on 20 July, even 37% of Democrats – 61% of all Americans – support investigating and fixing election integrity issues. Would the numbers be that high if people were confident that last year’s election was “the most secure ever”?

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Quote O’ The Day:

“I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.” ― Joseph Stalin .
source: The Memoirs of Stalin’s Former Secretary by Boris Bazhanov.

Running Scared

I have a number of things to attend to but I do have something to “tide you over.” The collection of links below presents a convincing picture of Left-wing panic and the reasons for it:

Well-verified evidence that the elections in six states were corrupted by fake ballots, multiple-counting of votes, deliberate invalidation of votes for President Trump, and votes by non-citizens will present the Usurper Regime with a serious problem: It will have lost all pretense to a “right to govern.” However, it will also present Us the Patriots of America with an equally serious problem: What can we do about it?

It has already been noted that once a president has been inaugurated, there is only one non-electoral method for removing him from office: impeachment by the House of Representatives, followed by conviction by a two-thirds majority of the Senate. That remedy is unlikely to be applied. What, then, must we do?

I shall refrain from making any “insurrectionary” suggestions. But would such a suggestion really come as a surprise, Gentle Reader?

H.R. 1 Was Always Doomed to Fail, and the Democrats Have Nothing Else

In the world of Congressional politics, there is a rule most people like to conveniently ignore every time a new Congress is seated: H.R. 1 is never meant to become law.

The first bill of each Congress is always a messaging bill put out by the party in power. It is a list of lofty goals meant to signal to the base that “We are fighting for you!” In truth, though, H.R. 1 is meant to be a platform, not an actual law.

So, while a lot of people have been very worried about Democrats like Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema breaking their word and voting to obliterate the filibuster, keeping the history of prior H.R. 1 bills in mind and understanding that Manchin and Sinema are playing the long game certainly indicated the bill would die a proper death in the Senate.

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