Remember when Democrats were simply APPALLED at the very idea that a billionaire would try to buy an election? That was then. This is now.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) spent massive amount of money on grants to Democratic counties across the United States. They also provided “election tools” to combat “misinformation” and to train election staff.
CTCL is NOT non-partisan. Influence Watch says, “The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) is a Chicago, Illinois-based center-left election reform advocacy group formed in 2012. The organization pushes for left-of-center voting policies and election administration. It has a wide reach into local elections offices across the nation and is funded by many left-of-center funding organizations.”
Notice WHO helped fund CTCL and WHERE the money ended up.
“Most of Joe Biden’s 221,751 vote margin gain in Georgia compared to Hillary Clinton’s performance in 2016 came from three metropolitan Atlanta counties that received more than $15 million from the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) “safe elections” project.” – Breitbart
2020: CLICKhttps://www.facebook.com/aklavan/videos/409741483775118 [8:44] to see Black Biden Democrat in Harlem play “Is this racist?” with quotations by Biden or Trump. Then, Ami Horowitz informs them who said what and they’re shocked. Of course. So far, so predictable. But … then he asks if they believe Democrats take the Black vote for granted and hears a surprising level of disgust with “their” party! They are so ripe for Candace Owens’ BLEXIT message!
ARIZONA: On Nov. 30, Arizona’s Gov. Ducey and Attorney General Brnovich signed off on Secretary of State Hobbs’ certification of the election results. All three officials said they have seen no evidence of fraud that would overturn the election results in the state. Well, yeah. If you “see no” and “hear no”, then you can’t “speak no”, right? These people disgust me.
After a Maricopa County judge turned down Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward’s petition to reverse the state’s certification, Ward filed an appeal with the Arizona Supreme Court. The court says it will decide the matter without hearing oral argument.
BLUE BLOODS: In the December 4 season premiere “Triumph Over Trauma”, Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) argued with City Council Speaker Regina Thomas (Whoopi Goldberg) over “systemic racism and oppression” in the police. Rather than roll over and take it like every other network show, Frank stands up for his officers and tells the speaker, “Regina, you need to get your head out of your ass.”
The ChiComs have been trying to buy the United States for decades. It has been a source of great concern to me personally that China owns a bunch of our national debt. This is perhaps the most dangerous threat America faces.
COVID-19: A new study has confirmed what physicians have known and non-scientists have suspected. Namely, that asymptomatic persons infected with the novel coronavirus have such a low quantity of viral load and short duration of viral shedding that they rarely infect anyone else.
Several highly publicized studies being cited by many governments and public health officials to justify some of their policies are faulty due to their lack of follow-up on the patients to determine if they were truly asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic. Pre-symptomatic patients are contagious.
DENMARK: Danish citizens took to the streets for nine consecutive days to say “Hell No” to a proposed law to require COVID-19 vaccinations. In the face of such strong public opposition, the government abandoned the idea.
Also, on Dec. 7, a federal judge dismissed an election-related lawsuit brought by Sidney Powell, arguing that the plaintiffs have no standing to bring the lawsuit, should have filed it with a state court, and brought the suit too late.
“Their primary complaint involves the Dominion ballot marking devices. They say that those machines are susceptible to fraud. There’s no reason they could not have followed the administrative procedure act to object to the rulemaking authority that had been exercised by the secretary of state. This suit could have been filed months ago when the machines were adopted,” the judge said.
Is it just me or is the judge’s argument a Catch-22? I mean, if they’d filed before there was any evidence that the Dominion machines had been used to corrupt an election, wouldn’t the judge have thrown it out for lack of evidence?
Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperfer has announced his intention to certify Biden as the winner of the state’s electoral votes. Meanwhile, Georgia’s Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said Monday that he believes the presidential election in his state was run in a “fair and legal” way and it was not rigged. Sidney Powell is appealing to the Supreme Court.
ISRAEL: [1:54] – Amid an escalating armed conflict in northern Ethiopia, Israel has kick started an operation aimed at airlifting around 2000 Ethiopian Jews from the country. The first flight of this mission arrived on Thursday.
SCOTUS: Texas is going straight to the top with a suit against the states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin, using the Article III, Section 2, requirement that the Supreme Court has original, rather than appellate, jurisdiction in lawsuits between states.
And, the lawsuit has nothing to do with fraud or voting machines. It is strictly a constitutional issue. Texas claims that the changes made to state election laws by executive or administrative orders, using COVID-19 as an excuse, violate the Electors Clause, Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution, which reads:
“Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector.”
Texas argues that there is no “pandemic escape hatch” in the Constitution. By changing, without legislative approval, how votes were cast and counted, the state legislatures have been deprived of their power to appoint electors rendering the elections there invalid.
Texas also argues that the wide variance of rules and procedures for casting and counting votes within states violates the Equal Protection Clause.
These constitutional violations as well as the haphazard and slipshod administration of a bevy of ill-thought-out, if not outright malicious, rule changes violates the rights of voters in all states. Texas asks the Supreme Court to direct these state legislatures to select electors without regard to the purported vote count.
Dear Lord, grant the Supremes the guts to take this case and adjudicate it according to the Constitution. Amen.
TRANS: SCOTUS has refused to hear an appeal in a suit regarding opposite sex individuals using school bathrooms. The court gave no reason. The decision is a blow to parents and grandparents seeking to spare their children the “embarrassment, humiliation, anxiety, intimidation, fear, apprehension, and stress produced by using the restroom with students of the opposite sex.”
TWITTER: Since Monday, Nov. 30, Twitter has slapped 111 labels on Trump’s tweets and the tweets from his official campaign account, Team Trump. Many of these tweets included videos from Fox News, OAN, and Newsmax. In one instance, a tweet from Team Trump questioning why a label had been placed on another tweet was also given a label.
WHITE HOUSE: The refurbishment of the White House Tennis Court and Grandchildren’s Garden along has been completed with construction of a new building. Construction of the building was funded by private donations.