17 thoughts on “News/Politics 9-23-20



    “I believe that President Trump will be re-elected in November, if only legal ballots cast by eligible voters are counted. What I don’t know is how many millions of fraudulent votes will be cast for Joe Biden.

    My state, Minnesota, has made a point of facilitating voter fraud. Every registered voter in the state, of whom there must be several million, has received an application for an absentee ballot that promotes “voting from home.” Actually showing up at the polls is portrayed as a second-best alternative for “those who need or want to vote in person.”


    “If you receive this invitation, as I did, no identification is required to obtain an absentee ballot. You may have a Minnesota driver’s license, or maybe a Social Security number. (Who doesn’t?) But failing that, or if fraud is your object, you can check the third box. In that case, “Your identification number will be compared to the one on your absentee ballot envelope.”

    “Your identification number” is not explained in the enclosed materials, but it can only refer to a bar code on the Business Reply Mail envelope that is included with each absentee ballot application. This obviously affords no ballot security. It merely will document that an application for an absentee ballot was submitted, and a ballot corresponding to that application was later cast. It provides no assurance as to who filled out that ballot.

    This crude system has many flaws, the most obvious of which is that voter registration rolls are notoriously inaccurate. “

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  2. Like I said yesterday, it’s time for Dems to reap what they’ve sown.


    “The clock is ticking on whether a Supreme Court nominee can be confirmed before the presidential election on November 3. President Trump plans to announce a replacement for the late Justice Rather Bader Ginsburg at the end of the week and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham is preparing for a thorough but efficient nomination process.

    In 2016, Graham argued a Supreme Court vacancy should not be filled during an election year. When asked about his previous comments, he said earlier this year the rules and his perspective changed after the Kavanaugh hearings in 2018.

    Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., chairman of the Judiciary Committee, which reviews Supreme Court nominations, said he’s prepared to advance a nominee if a vacancy occurs this year.

    “Yeah. We’ll cross that bridge. After [Brett] Kavanaugh, the rules have changed as far as I’m concerned,” he told reporters, citing the intense battle over Trump’s most recent Supreme Court nominee in 2018, who was narrowly confirmed. “We’ll see what the market will bear if that ever happens.”

    At what moment did the rules change for Graham? This may have been it. ”


  3. Good. A Gov with a working brain for a change.



    “DeSantis proposes law cracking down on looters, ‘violent’ protesters
    DeSantis said any protesters who break the law will have ‘a ton of bricks raining down on you'”

    “Under the new law, anyone found guilty of throwing objects at police and law enforcement officers would be subject to a minimum six-month jail sentence. It also imposes felony penalties for protesters who block roadways, topple monuments or harass people.

    “There’s going to be a ton of bricks raining down on you,” DeSantis said of protesters who break the law.

    Florida, like many other states, has experienced weeks of protests that often turned into violent confrontations with police. The death of Floyd has prompted many far-left activists to call for defunding the police. Florida’s new law, however, would target cities that try to go down that path.

    “This is a very robust package,” the Republican governor said. “I think what it is saying is we’re not going to let Florida go down the road where some of these places have gone.”

    The law would categorize violent protests and looting as third-degree felonies. Anyone arrested during protests would not be eligible for bail before their initial court hearing and anyone convicted from outside Florida would receive extra penalties. Furthermore, any municipality that tried to defund the police will not receive state funding.”


  4. Oh goody!


  5. The censoring of conservatives continues….



  6. Grassly and Johnson have finished their probe of the Bidens. Joe has some ‘splainin’ to do.



  7. ——–

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  8. Newsweek botched their hit job on her, so now Reuters is trying to save them.




  9. Busted.



    “Multiple voters characterized by ABC News as undecided—and selected to pepper President Donald Trump with questions during a network town hall—are longtime Trump critics. While the network claimed its Tuesday town hall “provided uncommitted voters the opportunity to ask the president questions about issues affecting Americans,” a Washington Free Beacon review of social media posts found that two of the questioners have long denounced Trump.

    Kutztown University professor Ellesia Blaque—whom ABC repeatedly identified as “uncommitted” in its coverage of the town hall—praised vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris during the Democratic primary, saying she would “be there, volunteering” for the California senator in Pennsylvania. The English professor was not shy about her partisanship, calling Trump a “@#$%$#$ moron,” “pathetic,” “pig,” “swine,” “punk $#@,” and “LOOSER” (sic) in a slew of 2019 tweets. She is a self-described “liberal Democrat,” according to her Facebook profile, on the grounds that liberals “are not motivated by money or power, but by humanity and the needs of the people.”

    Another “uncommitted” voter, Philadelphia pastor Carl Day, tweeted that he’s “never once supported trump and won’t now” in August, just weeks before the ABC town hall. He went on to say that Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan refers to a time in which “the n— did what they were told in all industries, wouldn’t have the audacity to try to enter a white establishment and didn’t talk back to the cops.” Day also referred to Trump as a “villain,” called him “ridiculously arrogant & obnoxious,” and said he “ain’t no Christian” in posts spanning from 2015 to 2019.

    An ABC spokesperson told the Free Beacon that the voters “all identified to [the network] as uncommitted.” The spokesperson would not say whether the network took any time to verify those claims, nor did he answer questions about the selection process.

    Blaque appeared on MSNBC after the town hall, saying, “I didn’t know if I was going to vote or not—it was never a question of will I vote for Trump or Biden.” According to CNN, Blaque’s hesitance to vote altogether was “why she qualified as an uncommitted voter by ABC’s standard.”

    Blaque assured MSNBC viewers that she “really did go [to the town hall] with an open mind,” adding that she “decided to bite the bullet and vote for Biden” after the event. She displayed a Michelle Obama photo book in the background and said that she watches host Joy Reid “every night.” Blaque penned a CNN opinion piece after the town hall, accusing Trump of seeing her as a “fat Black woman—a metaphoric rock in his shoe” rather than a “human being asking for his support and help.”

    Day also appeared on CNN following the town hall, telling host Don Lemon that Trump referred to “statistics and numbers, stats that he probably had no substance behind” during the event.”


    George is a hack.

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  10. ———–

    There seems to be some debate over this part.


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