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· Reasons why the 2020 Presidential Election are deeply puzzling. For those of you who haven’t read or don’t want to read some of the more involved pieces that I’ve linked to, this is a very good, concise look at what we saw on election night and why we should be conderned.
· A touching and personal message from Gen. Flynn to all his supporters. It is worth reading this message from a true patriot.
· These people seem to forget that in this age of unlimited computer/internet storage their words are out there to be recalled at will. Former President Obama agrees with President Trump that mail-in ballots can only be trusted if the signatures are verified. That could have a real bearing on whose hand goes on the Bible on Jan. 20, 2021.
· Sidney Powell’s lawsuit alleges that poll workers in Michigan altered large numbers of ballots. Of course they did. Doug Ross has created Infographics of Sidney Powell Georgia Lawsuit that outline the stunning evidence, discoveries and allegations within the lawsuit. Outstanding! I’m guessing that Tucker Carlson might have to revisit the subject.
· Meanwhile, the PA Legislature seems to have found its backbone. This broke late Friday night on Newsmax. A vote could come as early as today. And a PA state judge has issues a preliminary injunction. It’s likely headed to the Supreme Court. Here is an analysis.
· He may be a communist, but he is apparently not stupid. Mexico’s President still refuses to recognize Biden win.
· Published in USA Today on November 2nd, the last day you could raise these questions without being called a conspiracy theorist. Will you ballot be safe? Computer experts sound warnings on America’s voting machines.
· Nine useful articles and data points showcasing 2020’s election theft. From American Thinker.
· News we can use this winter. Drinking Hot Chocolate makes you smarter. Though, as Sarah Hoyt says, “Melting marshmallows in it dumbs you right back down. Adding in Expresso, however, boosts you up again. Adding Brandy makes you pass out in front of the fire.”
· U.S. affirms the obvious, Taiwan’s freedom and independence. It puts China on notice.
· An Iranian nuclear scientist was apparently involved in a tragic car accident.
· The Army has a potential replacement for the Blackhawk Helicopter.
· California church stabbing suspect had been deported three times. Perhaps this time he should be deported in a box.
· You mean there is something else that President Trump was right about? Study finds 84% fewer hospitalizations for patient treated with Hydroxychloroquine.
· Is it just me, or does anyone else find it amazing that during the mad cow epidemic our government could track a single cow, born in Canada almost three years ago, right to the stall where she slept in the state of Washington? And, they tracked their calves to their stalls. But, we are unable to locate 11 million illegal aliens wandering around our country? Maybe we should give each of them a cow.
· I’m sure none of the progressive nitwits ever thought their words might come back to haunt them, especially from a liberal “colleague.” Well, surprise! A liberal reporter reminds progressives of their unhinged 2016 Electoral College plot against Trump.
· I get no enjoyment seeing a formerly highly regarded military man beginning to lose the esteem in which he was formerly held. Gen. Mattis is not helping himself. There is a reason for civilian oversight of the military.
· Let the fun begin. Carter Page has filed a $75 million lawsuit against the government bad actors who smeared his name without evidence. Included are James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Kevin Clinesmith, and FBI agents Joe Pientka, Stephen Somma and Brian Auten.
· I’ve made this argument over the years on a number of occasions. Why Traditional Masculine Attributes Still Matter on the Battlefield. This shouldn’t even be arguable.
· “Vanderbilt is in trouble if this is where their kicking game is. It’s unfortunate that this debacle might overshadow the fact that she was a member of the Vanderbilt Women’s Soccer team that just won the SEC Tournament for the first time since 1994. I’m assuming this stunt was just a way of honoring her contribution to the soccer team and won’t be repeated.