Friday, June 02, 2023

Election News 48 is here.

Thanks to Murray on Twitter, we have Rudy Giuliani's impassioned conclusion to his testimony in Georgia today. 

Let me conclude by saying ... our Founding Fathers, miraculously, probably envisioned everything that would happen to us. They even envisioned this. A disputed election. Cheating. Stealing, And they made a choice. They made a choice of where to put the responsibility in a difficult situation like that. Article I, Section II of the of Constitution puts that responsibility right here, in the legislatures of the several states.

You are responsible for the selection of the electors. Not...

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Election News 47 is here.


At this point in press censorship of The Big Steal, we have to grateful that Tom Fitton is given airtime to make our case. But what is Gregg Jarrett's problem?


Consider the similarities between the Obama document fraud and his constiutional ineligibility for the presidency, and the Biden election fraud and the unconstitutional conduct of key state elections.     

In the simplest terms, omitting much:

1) Barack Obama would not have become president without one fake document, which news media the political stratum protected at all costs. Nor would Obama have become president if the Constitution's eligibility requirements had been adhered to. (See "Remember When Obama Wouldn't Show ID?")


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Election News 46 is here.

Last night, President Trump explained why he is "so determined to pursue every legal and constitutional option available to stop the theft of the presidential election." The litany of fraud and corruption he lays out is, as he says, "a shame on our Republic." It must be exposed, the injustice corrected, and the perpetrators punished. Please watch and share.

The man's glowing composure, I must add, becomes a winner of the greatest landslide in American history.   


There's really not much to add after listening to President Trump's statement -- although, in fact, there is much more to add in the way of exhibits, studies, analyses. Economist Peter Navarro, White House trade advisor, has put together an indispensable overview of November 3, 2020 election irregularities called "The Immaculate Deception." Download the 36-page-booklet here,


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A twitter friend I know as @Norway4Trump made this lovely ad.

Never knew communist subversion could be so festive!

Election News 45 is here.

Remember back when pre-MAGA  America got fed up and melted down the Capitol Hill switchboard and stopped GWB & John McCain's shamnesty? It's time to do that again X one million. We all have a role to play here.

Stop the Steal has the names and numbers of the first line of GOP Senators who must stand up with Rep. Mo Brooks and a growing roster of GOP House members who are pledging to Stop the Steal on January 6 here -- Tommy Tuberville, Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Rick Scott, Josh Hawley, Ron Johnson.

There's no reason to stop there, though.

Here is contact information...

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Election News 44 is here.

A lot of force movement over the past few weekend days.

The President finally put together an Oval Office war council including Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Gen. Flynn, Patrick Byrne. The Swamp was there, too, in the guise of White House lawyers, who are suspected of leaking fake news about the powow to FakeNews, but the fact that Trump is being extensively briefed by such patriots is a huge plus for the American People, including him.

Smartmatic unleased its legal dogs upon Sidney Powell and the few news outlets reporting on her allegations and related election fraud evidence: Fox News, Fox Business, One American News Network (OANN), NewsmaxTV and Epoch Times.

I had begun wondering...

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I don't know how they will top this next Christmas!


Election News News 43 is here.

Is the following account from a reliable source? I have no idea. 

From the Hal Turner Radio Show:

"Hal, as you know I am a clerk for one of the Justices on SCOTUS. Today was like nothing we have ever seen. The justices are arguing loudly behind closed doors.

The Justices met in a closed and sealed room, as is standard.

Usually it is very calm, however today we could hear screaming all the way down the hall.

They met in person, because they didn't trust telephonic meeting as secure.


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Election News 42 is here.

This is about as concise as it gets. Via Newsmax White House correspondent Emerald Robinson.



Election News 41 is here.

Or maybe it's six. There is so little national coverage of historic events that took place in the contested swing states (plus New Mexico?) that I am actually not sure.

Update: Kudos to Epoch Times for this interactive graphic on the "Contested Election." ("Interact" here.

You bet it's contested. If the all-important swing states take the unprecedented in modern times step of appointing "dueling electors" to vote for President Trump and Vice President Pence, it's...

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Election News 40 is here.

Masses of breaking news all around. I am going to start today's necessarily fractional fraud round-up with excerpts from Sidney Powell's interview last night with Jan Jekielek because it is filled with equal parts wisdom, courage and key developments.

On her reaction to the Supreme Court dismissal of the Texas case:

I have a mixed reaction to it. I had some  concern over the standing of the states to raise the issues they were raising to begin with, but I  thought because it was a suit that the court had original jurisdiction of, the court would and  should take it, at least—to look at it and address  it more fully than they did. It has no effect on  our cases, because our plaintiffs are electors who have constitutional standing in the electors and  elections clause of the Constitution. So we will not have standing issues in the four cases that I  brought. The court really must address the merits.


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Election News 39 is here.


This ovation will give you chills. 

Do you realize Fraud-Elect Biden could not dare walk onto that field?

Election News 38 is here.

Today's quick hits follow last night's response by the SCOTUS to dismiss the lawsuit filed by the Texas Attorney General, which came as devastating news. However, as Tracy Beanz pointed out, the Texas lawsuit came as an unexpected bolt from the blue this week, and, as such, its setback does nothing to change any of the many strategies and processes already in place and ongoing.

This is true.

I saw varying opinions of the SCOTUS opinion: some legal experts said the dismissal on the point of Texas having not standing made sense; others said it was, as the president's lawyer Jenna Ellis put it, a political whim.

Rudy Giuiani went on NewsmaxTV to say "We're not finished, believe me!" From Newsmax (or...

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I have a friend who drank 26 espressos a day so he could read all night. Or so he claimed. I certainly share the resolve, if not the habit. 

Here are a few books I read across this year which, sans espresso, turned out to be books I couldn't put down, as the wonderful phrase goes. One of them is also a book that keeps you up at night, which is something quite different. 

That one, the most important one, is The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life by Arthur Firstenberg. Everyone should read it. This deeply researched and mind-blowing work is hard to put down -- hard to stop thinking about -- and will not only keep you up at night, but will turn those glowing pinpoints of lighted phone chargers and signal boosters...

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The front page of Frontpage

Election News 37 is here.


Picking my way through the election news blackout on the Right, I stumbled across a couple of items  from David Horowitz's Frontpagemag. 

The first item is that Radosh is back with a piece at Frontpage. I take this to signify the end of the public "rift" between Radosh and  Horowitz, supposedly over Horowitz's alleged support for Donald Trump.

I never believed the rift, or Horowitz's support for Trump, either. A to-the-hilt Bush neocon as late as February 2016, Horowitz made the switch as Trump's GOP primary victory became inevitable,...

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Election News 36 is here.

Sidney Powell went on Lou Dobbs last night and presented more details from her independent investigation of the theft of the 2020 presidential election by enemies foreign and domestic, including a list of foreign suspects. She told Dobbs she would be able to present more evidence on his show very soon. 

Watch Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

This is a major, major developing story. Where it leads, we obviously don't know, and the co-opted media are not reporting it. It's possible the story could hit a wall but I doubt it. By now it already appears that our "three-letter agencies" were complict and/or incompetent in regard to foreign intrusion and manipulation of the 2020 election -- and, of course, with domestic political accomplices.


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Election News 35 is here.

Behold Gateway Pundit's home page this morning (above). Laser-focused like a classic tabloid on the most important story of not the day but the century, Gateway Pundit is highlighting the momentous events that the Fourth Estate is ignoring, dismissing, twisting & supressing from its outlets stationed across the political spectrum

This is full-on war against the POTUS and his re-election, and the media have lined up with the enemy of the will of the People. 

Some other reports from "the front," starting with Amistad Project's Phillip Kline, former Kansas secretary of state: 



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Election News 34 is here.

Earlier this week, a commentator emailed a short list of miitary and politicos a link to a new piece. I knew a few of the people, recognized names of some and didn't know others.

What drew my attention, however, was not the oped, but a comment that one person emailed to the list. Let's call him "Bob."

Bob wrote:

Good & provocative read. I don’t necessarily agree with everything  said but I am relieved! What I mean is that I am delighted to note that things are normalizing by returning to pre Trump administration partisan, but “ civilized” rhetoric! 

I didn't know Bob. I don't usually spend a lot of time of such email lists. The more I thought about what he was saying, the more I knew I had to say something back. 


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As we find ourselves catching up with communist subversion all around us, lately in regard to Chinese communist subversion, I have been happily amazed at the numerous shout-outs, recommendations, references, I am coming across on social media for my subversion primer, American Betrayal:The Secret Assault on Our Nation's Character. 

The book is available in print, kindle, and as an audiobook, which I narrated. American Betrayal has also been translated into Polish and Portugese -- and "canceled" by all the dodgiest people. Its Trump-era companion piece, The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy, is also available...

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Over at my Patreon subscription channel, I have posted some "After the rally" remarks.

Watch/subscribe here. 

Election News 33 is here.

The spotlight shifts to Georgia.

Evidence of every kind of ballot and voting machine fraud abounds in the Peach State -- including the infamous, statistically nigh impossible post-midnight vote-spike for Biden on receiving 98 percent of a batch of 23,487 votes. Georgia is also where, around the time of this same vote-spike (a statistically baffling phenomenon repeated in the swing states), security cameras recorded four people rolling suitcases out from beneath a table which were filled with ballots that were counted after the Republican poll watchers had been sent home.  

Out of nearly five million votes counted (one cannot say "legally cast") in the state, just 11,779 votes separate Biden from...

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Listen to my segment here:

There is so much raw bulk election news underway, bigger and crazier all the time that I'm going to shoot off spray of Twitter grapeshot to try to cover some of it. 

And speaking of raw bulk election news, I hope everyone has seen and shared as widely as possible the testimony of Jesse Morgan, the truck driver for a subcontractor of USPS who drove as many as 280,000 filled-in mail-in ballots in bulk from New York to Pennsylvania. Morgan gave detailed, straightforward testimony at a election whistleblowers event presented by the Amistad Project ubder former Kansas Attorney General Phillip Kline. 

The President retweeted Morgan's video clip, which you can watch here. 

The Amistad Project on Election Whistleblowers press conference is here


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Election News 30 is here.

Directly addressing the American people to present an overview of the unprecedented assault on our election, President Trump deliveres what he says may be the most important speech he will ever give.

Watch here.

Election News 29 is here.

Into the breach, William Barr, CIA alias "Robert Johnson," William Safire tag "the Cover-Up General."

Christmas party chatter a couple of years ago pointed to Joseph DiGenova as the godfather of the Barr appointment to the Department of Justice, but whoever urged the appointment on President Trump, Barr has been Trump's worst-nightmare-pick following the unforeseeable Sessions disaster.

But how could he not have been? I am no whiz at prognostication, but when the historical record is written in flashing red warning lights, it's not that hard to predict dangerous shoals lie ahead. So it...

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Election News 28 is here.

Yesterday, I recorded a video at my new Patreon channel, The Silence of the Right. (It is available by monthly subscription, starting at one dollar.)

"The Silence of the Right" could be a regular feature, a daily roll of shame, documenting the silence of media on the Right (the Left is hopeless) when it comes to their non-reporting on the treasonous theft of the 2020 election from Donald Trump.

Last Wednesday in Pennsylvania and yesterday in Arizona, witnesses, from voters and poll workers to computer security and voting data experts, presented boat loads of evidence on ballot fraud and electronic election fraud...

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