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2020: [2:05] – President Trump with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News. I’m thinking all these people Biden is asking to be in his administration should not quit their day jobs.

BURDEN OF PROOF: Andrea Widburg writes at American Thinker, “On Friday, President Trump tweeted something important. He asserted that Biden must prove that his votes did not result from fraud. People scoffed, but as a practical matter, Trump is correct.”

CUOMOSEXUAL: St. Andrew of Covid, our savior of the spring, is now milking his 15 minutes of fame for an extra 30. Click to read the rest.

DEMOCRATS: CNN co-host John Berman criticized Sen. Maj. Leader Mitch McConnell for not having the “human decency” to call president-elect Joe Biden to congratulate him.

Excuse me? Biden hasn’t won. Plus … I recall a whole LOT of Democrat legislators who refused to attend Trump’s inauguration.

ELECTION FRAUD: TEN years ago, John C. Bonifaz reported on the exact same election fraud concerns the Trump team is talking about now. His report is at the link. Bonifaz ran for Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2006 … as a Democrat.

GEORGIA: When GA officials attempted to erase evidence by scrubbing the voting machines, Lin Wood obtained an emergency federal court order to knock it off. If the data is truthful, then no need to erase it … right? So how to explain the fact that the same judge that issued the court order rescinded it a short time later?

Also, Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit in Georgia on Wednesday night alleging massive election fraud.

Among the allegations are vote counters putting piles of ballots into the wrong stack, pre-printed ballots that had never been folded, Democrats blocking Republican observers from vote-tabulation tables, and people counting votes after the so-called (but fake) ‘pipe burst’ on election night even though there were no Republican observers.

The suit also presents evidence that the Dominion voting machines are easily hackable and include a feature that allows vote tallies to be changed.

HOLLYWOOD: More hypocrisy – In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, a bunch of celebrities Hollywood lawyers, producers, and celebrities founded an organization to fight sexual harassment. They called it Time’s Up.

During 2018, its founding year, the group raised $3,670,219. They spent $1,407,032 on salaries, $157,155 on conferences, $288,007 on advertising, $940,328 on “legal” costs (mostly lobbying), $58,395 on travel and $112,435 on public relations.

A piddling $312,001 of their millions went toward legal aid for people who have experienced sexual harassment. Charity watchdog groups such as Charity Navigator recommend that non-profits spend 75 percent of their revenues on their mission. Time’s Up spent less than 10%.

MEDIA MALPRACTICE: The Democrat PR machine (aka, Slime Stream Media) can’t substantively dismiss election fraud charges … so they’re going with “It’s all hooey, so we aren’t even going to talk about it.”

MICHIGAN: On Nov. 25, Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and the Michigan Board of State Canvassers that includes an affidavit by a former military intelligence analyst.

The affidavit asserts that his digital analysis uncovered “unambiguous evidence” that Dominion Voter Systems servers were “certainly compromised by rogue actors, such as Iran and China.”

NEVADA: A data scientist named Dorothy Morgan has submitted an affidavit regarding an “historically strange” increase in voter registrations that are missing the sex and age of the voter. In 2016, only 68 voter registrations were missing sex and age, but in 2020, there were 13,372 voters missing that data. She also pointed out that about 74% of them occurred between July 2020 and September 2020.

Morgan also noted that dozens of registrations listed non-permanent residences like RV parks or non-residences like casinos as voters’ addresses.

“Based on the results I have found in the limited time I have had to analyze this dataset, I expect to find additional oddities in the election data as I conduct further analysis,” she wrote.

NEW YORK: Gov. Nipple Rings set up a hotline for people to rat out their neighbors for having gatherings of more than 10 people that did not involve celebrating Left Wing Talking Points.

Dontcha just love the gall of “Defund The Police” Democrats demanding LEOs spend their Thanksgiving busting into private residences to arrest people for being with their friends and relatives?

So, anyway, only a handful of New Yorkers called the hotline and approximately all of the appropriate LEOs said they had insufficient resources to investigate them.

OHIO: Republican Gov. Mike DeWine signed a school choice bill into law that expands the availability of tuition vouchers for students in low-performing schools or low-income districts. The bill also raised the cut off for low income from 200% to 250% of poverty level.

PENNSYLVANIA: BLATANT evidence of election fraud. They did it LIVE. On TV.

Also, on Saturday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned a lower court’s order blocking election officials from certifying the results of the 2020 election. The court also dismissed the case with prejudice.

The court said the petitioners had failed to file their challenge in a “timely manner,” as they had filed their suit more than one year after the enactment of Act 77, the law central to the case. Act 77 is a law that made it legal to vote by mail without an excuse.

RACISM: Larry Elder shuts down the Left’s never-ending use of the Race Card [14:37].

VOTER INTEGRITY PROJECT: Matt Braynard tweeted on Nov. 29 that The FBI “has proactively and directly requested from me the VIP findings that indicates illegal ballots. By Tuesday, we will have delivered to the agency all of our data, including names, addresses, phone numbers, etc.”

ZUCKERBERG: Multiple post-election lawsuits accust Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife of contributing to constitutional violations in key battleground states.

The pair allegedly gave hundreds of millions of dollars to a non-profit called the Center for Tech and Civic Life which in turn gave money to more than 2,500 election offices to city and county agencies in Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

The money was used to encourage voting in Democrat areas while suppressing it in Republican areas. For example, many extra ballot drop boxes were erected in Democrat areas. It was also used to pay ballot harvesters and political activists to manage ballots and to consolidate counting centers in the urban core. The latter helped “facilitate the movement of hundreds of thousands of questionable ballots in secrecy without legally required bi-partisan observation.”

Accepting funding from a private group is barred by state and federal law.

GRAMMY NOTES: Yesterday was the first Sunday of Advent. Most people already know that Advent is a season of preparation for celebrating the birth of Christ at Christmas. What is not as well known is that Advent is also a season of preparation for the Apocalypse.

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