Mau-mauing the swamp dwellers

Facebook and YouTube continue to bury, or outright ban, well founded commentary on CCP virus public policy and the myriad election irregularities of which the Uniparty disapproves. They aren't alone. Amazon has banned books. Twitter banned all mention of Hunter Biden's laptop, including suspending the New York Post's account. That ban arguably lasted long enough… Continue reading Mau-mauing the swamp dwellers

Trust, integrity

Not quite a year ago, three US Senators and a Representative were sufficiently worried about the integrity of US voting technology - "an integral part of our nation’s democratic process.” - that they wrote to the private investment firms owning majority shares in the three largest voting machine vendors: Dominion, Hart InterCivic, and Election Systems… Continue reading Trust, integrity

Evidence

Most of the people demanding that Sidney Powell produce potentially witness endangering evidence, outside the courtroom, right now; are the same ones who insist, in spite of clear evidence to the contrary, that Hunter Biden’s laptop is Russian dezinformatsiya. They are the same people who suppressed that story. It has been just three weeks since… Continue reading Evidence

Authentication?

I saw a note that Senator Charles Grassley, 87, has tested positive for CCP virus. He is in quarantine. God speed his recovery. He missed his first Senate vote in 27 years. After 8,927 consecutive votes. It isn’t clear, but I think Judy Shelton's nomination to the Fed was put on hold because Grassley’s vote… Continue reading Authentication?

Mindate

Until Friday the word "mandate" meant a clear and convincing, if not resounding, message from an electorate. It meant full-throated approval of a candidate's policies by a significant majority. Biden claims his "mandate" includes "action on COVID, the economy, climate change, and systemic racism.” With Joe Biden's assertion that he has a mandate - though… Continue reading Mindate

Dispatches from the NRA’s Kremlin office

NPR is all over it. Caught in the intersectionality of Sen. Ron Wyden's (D-Ore.) grandstanding, pervasive Russian collusion hysteria, and teenager induced attacks on civil rights, the National Rifle Association has revealed that it received contributions from individuals with some unspecified ties to Russia. Might be US citizens living there. Might be Russian nationals living… Continue reading Dispatches from the NRA’s Kremlin office