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· Mike Lindell has been conducting a three-day symposium on the 2020 election with numerous experts who have amassed about 20 terabytes of data. He has the data from all 50 states and experts who have analyzed it. I’ve watched a lot of it and my takeaway is that he has done his homework. Over 40 million people have tuned into his live stream. It is on home.frankspeech.com. I’m not saying the election was stolen, but it was stolen.
· One minute you are loved, adulated, showered with awards and given a $5 million book advance and the next minute you haven’t a friend in the world and people cross the street to avoid you. Heckuva Job, Brownie! And a special Midweek in Pictures: Special Cuomo Schadenfreude Edition.
· At least for now, Google isn’t playing along with this bald-faced race hustle. We’ll see if they have the guts to continue. I hope they do.
· Because it doesn’t fit the narrative. Three Charts The Delta Variant Scaremongers Don’t Want You To See.
· Prosecutors are beginning to run into some roadblocks. Latest developments in the prosecution of January 6 defendants.
· I think it’s possible we’ll be seeing some of these comments again as we near the midterm elections. Democrat official says burning police station was “Act of Pure Righteousness.”[JW1] [JW2]
· Texas Supreme Court overrules lower court liberal judge and allows governor to arrest fleeing Democrats.
· Who knew? So, Robin is bisexual. Batman needs to give him a good Bat-Whipping.
· A primer on Bidenomics. It isn’t pretty.
First, let us note that every major economic catastrophe—and many minor ones—of the last 100 years involved policy errors by the Federal Reserve as a primary cause, most famously the Great Depression, the inflation of the 1970s, and the housing crash of 2008. And lots of ordinary business-cycle recessions can be traced to bad Fed policy, too. Keep in mind that when banks are caught trying to manipulate short term interest rates and credit flows, they get hit with a criminal charge. But when the Fed does it, it’s called “quantitative easing” or some other euphemism. Make no mistake: Fed control of short term interest rates, and their massive purchases of credit in the open market, are an attempt at price controls—in this case, the price of money. And like all other kinds of price controls, it creates market distortions that sooner or later have bad effects.
· Let’s hope Manchin and Sinema stick to their guns. Senate advances reconciliation “blueprint” but Manchin balks at price.
· The left is not happy that Ted Cruz is using the Democrats’ own tactics against them. Exactly what they did to Trump.