C.S. Lewis was a writer, professor at Oxford and Cambridge and a theologian: The safest road to Hell is the gradual one – the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts.
President Trump, when interviewed by Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo on Sunday, said about the media: But it’s a situation, the likes of which — we don’t have freedom of the press in this country. We have suppression by the press. They suppress. You can’t have a scandal if nobody reports about it. This is the greatest fraud in the history of our country, from an electoral standpoint…What’s bigger from an electoral standpoint? What is bigger than this? This is the essence of our country. This is the whole ball game. And they cheated.
BEHIND THE DEEP STATE
Poor: Zeldin: Brennan, Others Upset About Iranian Scientist Fakhrizadeh’s Death Prefer to Approach Iran from Position of Weakness
…Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) weighed in on the reaction from those on the left, including former CIA Director John Brennen, decrying the death of Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. […] “Yeah, I didn’t lose any sleep last night over this,” he said. “Apparently, John Brennan and some people on the other side did. And I think it’s because there is a desire by about half of our country to approach Iran are from a position of strength. Others prefer to approach from a position of weakness with an apologetic attitude for American greatness. And we saw it in the negotiation of the nuclear deal back in 2015. This person is considered the father of Iran’s nuclear program, and when red lines were being crossed, and those on the right were saying, ‘Listen, Iran can’t help but cheat. You have to have strong verification.’
STEALING THE 2020 ELECTION
Not Only Aren’t Republicans Reversing the 2020 Disaster, It’s Already Being Repeated
If you like your ballot harvesting fraud, you can keep your ballot harvesting fraud. Absentee ballot drop boxes, used for the first time in 2020 in Georgia, will be in place for the January runoff as well. The State Election Board extended the emergency rule regarding drop boxes to cover the Jan. 5 runoff. It also extended the rule permitting counties to begin processing absentee ballots two weeks prior to Election Day, and actually mandated that counties begin doing so one week before the election. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says he hopes this will help reduce the backlog of absentee ballot processing that counties face on Election Day and the days after. Sure. Why not? The drop boxes were a wonderful backdoor for ballot harvesting. That’s one of the places that all those ballots came from. The media is doing glowing profiles of Brad Raffensperger which, these days, only means one thing. The only reason a Republican ever gets glowing profiles is because he’s serving the media’s interests. And those are the interests of the Left and the political party they’ve taken over as a zombie institution. […] And the same fraud machine is preparing to roll out… More than 762,000 absentee ballots have already been requested in the Peach State, according to WSB-TV, triple the amount of ballots requested in all of the state’s elections in 2018.
Ozimek: New Lawsuit Asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to Declare All Drop-Box Ballots Illegal and Block Certification
A new lawsuit filed with the Wisconsin Supreme Court seeks to block the state from certifying the election results, arguing that all ballots cast via drop boxes are illegal and should be discarded, and if such ballots cannot be reliably identified for rejection, then the state legislature should nominate its own slate of presidential electors. The lawsuit complaint, filed on Nov. 27 on behalf of Wisconsin voter Dean Mueller (pdf), argues that the Plaintiff’s right to a “safe, free, secure and transparent presidential election” was violated “in that his vote has been diluted by the counting of thousands of illegal votes placed in illegal ballot drop boxes across the State of Wisconsin.”
McMurray: BREAKING: Non-Partisan Group Releases Disturbing Findings In MI Election Results…“It would seem that the tabulating equipment in each precinct has been programmed to shift a percentage of absentee votes from Trump to Biden”
Over 150 Michigan citizens, including GOP poll challengers, and whistleblowers who worked as paid contractors for Dominion Voting Systems and the Wayne County Clerks office, have signed sworn affidavits attesting to voter fraud, voter irregularities, and harassment, bullying, and threats by election workers and Democrats at the TCF Center in Detroit, where hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots were processed.
Read more: https://100percentfedup.com/breaking-non-partisan-group-releases-disturbing-findings-in-mi-election-results-it-would-seem-that-the-tabulating-equipment-in-each-precinct-has-been-programmed-to-shift-a-percentage-of-ab/
(11/27/20) Mann: Appeals court rejects Trump campaign’s Pennsylvania lawsuit, setting up Supreme Court next
The Trump 2020 campaign’s legal team suffered another blow in court on Friday, as a federal appeals court in Philadelphia rejected the attorneys’ effort to contest the results of the presidential election in Pennsylvania. Judge Stephanos Bibas wrote on behalf of the three-judge panel that reviewed the appeal, “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so. Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here.” Trump’s attorneys have vowed to appeal the case to the Supreme Court, despite the round dismissal from the appeals court. […] All three of the judges on Friday’s panel of 3rd U.S. Circuit Court judges were appointed by Republicans, including Judge Bibas who is a Trump appointee. Until 2019, President Trump’s sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, sat on the court for two decades
IF ELECTION CORRUPTION PREVAILS: IT’S OBAMA’S THIRD TERM
Keltner: Seven Quotes to Lay Out a Totalitarian America
How might a Biden administration lead us to a totalitarian state? What parallels may exist with previous pathways that lead to totalitarianism? These seven quotes could provide some insights. 1. “The press is our chief ideological weapon.” —Nikita Khrushchev The lion’s share of the press seems to disparage Republicans or dismiss their arguments as baseless while praising Democrats. These people bury Democrat misdeeds (Clinton emails, Hunter Biden, etc.) while advancing critical narratives against Republicans (Russian collusion, questionable impeachment, etc.) without diligence or evidence. Why did the mainstream press seem to bury Republican legal challenges regarding the 2020 election, calling them false on day one, before evidence was produced and analyzed? A press that regularly sides with only one point of view and takes no accountability begins to resemble Khrushchev’s ideological weapon. A Biden presidency could cement a state-controlled media establishment that fulfills Khrushchev’s vision. 2. “Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech.” —Benjamin Franklin Additionally, there is a notion of censorship not only by the historical press, but within all other communications with the public that did not exist in the time of Khrushchev. Why would Twitter and Facebook subdue reports of Hunter Biden’s relationships with Ukraine and China and emails with possible ties to his father Joe? Meanwhile, . . . 3. “Indeed, you won the elections, but I won the count.”
—Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza: Is it possible for a presidential candidate in the United States to legitimately have the votes to win but then lose the election to the counting of those votes? 4…5… 6 …7… Read more:
VDH: Why Our Universities Have Failed
Where did Antifa youth rioting in the streets receive their intellectual and ethical bearings? Why are the First and Second Amendments no longer fully operative? How did the general population become nearly ignorant of their Constitution, history, and the hallmarks of their culture? Why do employers no longer equate a bachelor’s degree with competency in oral and written communications, basic computation, and reasoning? How in the 21st century did race and ethnicity come to define who we are rather than become incidental to our individual personas? In answering all these questions, we always seem to return to higher education—the font of much of our contemporary malaise. A perfect storm of events—many of them reforms with unintended consequences—have conspired to end disinterested education as we once knew it. The passage of the 26th Amendment in 1971, lowering the voting age to 18—in response to widespread resistance to the draft and the Vietnam War—turned rhetorical campus activism into real progressive block voting. The campuses were no longer just free-speech zones, but woke reservoirs of millions of young voters, a new political and mostly subsidized constituency with clout, to which universities catered. Globalization . . .
Saavedra: Iran Lied to The World About Who Scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh Really Was: Reports
A top Iranian scientist who was taken out during an attack on Friday was portrayed by his country as being a mere university professor and an academic when, in reality, he was the driving force behind Iran’s nuclear weapons program, according to classified reports. Scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was eliminated while driving his black sedan through the Iranian countryside, was reportedly considered to be at the same-level of importance in the Islamic regime as Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) General Qassem Soleimani — who was terminated in January by U.S. forces in Iraq. […] Investigators later learned that Fakhrizadeh was in charge of operating Projects 110 and 111, which the Times notes were code names for efforts to solve the most difficult problems that scientists face in creating a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on top of a missile that is able to withstand re-entry into the atmosphere without detonating.
Saavedra: New Details Emerge About Operation That Eliminated Iranian Nuclear Weapons Scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh
“Driving a carefully circuitous route to the home of his in-laws in a city outside Tehran, Mr. Fahrizadeh’s car was stopped Friday by a car bomb in a Nissan so laden with explosives that it knocked out a power line, according to Iranian news media and witness accounts,” The New York Times reported. “A squad of gunmen then leapt from a black S.U.V., overpowered his bodyguards and unleashed a barrage of gunfire before speeding away as Mr. Fakhrizadeh lay dying in the street.”
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