Daily Archives: December 11, 2020

Bits & Bytes

ABORTION: The link goes to a detailed list of which COVID-19 vaccines contain or have been tested on aborted fetal cells.

ARIZONA: On Dec. 9, a lawsuit filed by Sidney Powell was dismissed by Obama-appointed federal Judge Diane Humetewa. She said the allegations “are sorely wanting of relevant or reliable evidence” and objected to the “extraordinary relief” sought.

The suit was filed on behalf of the state’s 11 GOP electors and others. It alleged that manipulation of election software and other fraud in the state resulted in violations of the U.S. Constitution and state election laws. The lawsuit also claimed that over 412,000 votes were cast illegally in the state’s 2020 general election.

Powell’s team plans to fast-track an appeal to the Supreme Court.

CALIFORNIA: The inmates are now running the asylum known as Los Angeles County. The new District Attorney has declared that a whole litany of misdemeanors will no longer be prosecuted at all and anyone who can’t afford bail will not be assigned bail.

COVID RELIEF: Nancy “I’m such a good Catholic” has admitted that she been blocking a bipartisan, targeted pandemic relief bill, because she couldn’t stand to let Trump get any credit.

CLICK https://www.facebook.com/whitehousebrief/videos/435236520835887 [4:34] to hear Rep. Dan Crenshaw tear her a well deserved new one.

FACEBOOK: On Wednesday, Federal regulators sued to force a breakup of Facebook as 48 states and districts accused the company in a separate lawsuit of abusing its market power in social networking to crush smaller competitors.

The landmark antitrust lawsuits, announced by the Federal Trade Commission and New York Attorney General Letitia James, mark the second major government offensive this year against seemingly untouchable tech behemoths.

The Justice Department sued Google in October for abusing its dominance in online search and advertising—the government’s most significant attempt to buttress competition since its historic case against Microsoft two decades ago.

Amazon and Apple also have been under investigation in Congress and by federal authorities for alleged anticompetitive conduct.

FOX NEWS: [1:48] – Fox News host Chris Wallace showed his Never Trumper panties in a bunch when Trump’s HHS Sec Alex Azar refused to put “President-Elect” before “Biden.”

GEORGIA: Officials with the Coffee County Board of Elections and Registration refused to certify the electronic results of the 2020 General Election.

HUNTER BIDEN: The U.S. Attorney’s office in Delaware is investigating Joe’s son for potential tax crimes.

In September, the Senate Finance and Senate Homeland Security Committees released a report detailing that Biden and his business partners received millions of dollars in wire payments from foreign companies. The Republicans who released the report said that the payments posed “criminal financial, counterintelligence and extortion concerns.”

INSURRECTION ACT: The Insurrection Act empowers the president of the United States to deploy U.S. military and federalized National Guard troops to suppress civil disorder, insurrection, and rebellion. Section 252 of the Act states:

“Whenever the President considers that unlawful obstructions, combinations, or assemblages, or rebellion against the authority of the United States, make it impracticable to enforce the laws of the United States in any State by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings, he may call into Federal service such of the militia of any State, and use such of the armed forces, as he considers necessary to enforce those laws or to suppress the rebellion.”

The article linked below lays out the case for President Trump to invoke the Insurrection Act in the face of a mountain of evidence of widespread election and voter fraud that legislators, judges, the DOJ, and the FBI all seem to be willing to ignore.

MASKS: Former Vice President Joe Biden has promised to force Americans to wear a mask for 100 days should he assume office in January.

TEXAS: Lawsuits have to cite what injuries the plaintiff claims to have suffered. The SCOTUS lawsuit cites as its injury is that the Senate is evenly split between the two parties, making the Vice President a likely tie-breaker.

The author of the LifeSiteNews article below considers it “likely” the Supreme Court will hear the case. God, make it so. Amen.

BREAKING: As I am composing this Bits & Bytes, the ACLJ emailed that the Supreme Court has just ordered that PA, GA, MI, and WI respond to the Texas suit by 3 pm today (Thursday).

U.S. SENATE: The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee will hold a hearing next week on irregularities that took place during the 2020 presidential election.

WHEN SCIENCE DIES: CLICK https://www.facebook.com/whitehousebrief/videos/204720627936796 [7:32] to hear Senator Rand Paul, M.D., talk about the rancorous coronavirus discussion that prohibits us from making good decisions.

YOUTUBE: [3:44] – YouTube (or “Screwtube” as Dan Bongino calls them) has announced that from Dec. 9 it will block and remove content that contains statements “alleging widespread fraud or errors changed the outcome of a historical U.S. presidential election.”

Their excuse is that Dec. 8 is the “safe harbor” deadline and that “enough states have certified their election results.” They’re ignoring the outstanding legal challenges, including one in the Supreme Court, that could change the outcome of the election. They also didn’t mention the Dec. 14th Electoral College vote.

They also didn’t mention that the Texas lawsuit seeks to delay the December 14 statutory deadline to give state legislatures time to consider nominating electors. The only date that is mandated under the Constitution is January 20, 2021.

Dan Bongino called this move, “The greatest opportunity for Rumble!”

GRAMMY NOTES: Continuing with Mama Buzz’s peg doll saints – Saint Edith Stein (aka, St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross) was born to a devout Jewish family on Yom Kippur, October 12, 1891. As a teenager, she became an atheist, then went on to become a philosophy professor. A turning point in her life is when she picked up a book about St. Teresa of Avila. Baptized into the Catholic faith at age 30, she later became a Discalced Carmelite nun, taking the name Sister Teresa Benedicta the Cross. She was executed by the Nazis in the gas chambers of Auschwitz.

A miracle from God is required before the church is permitted to declare a person a “capital-S Saint”, that is someone who is definitely in Heaven. Benedicta McCarthy was named for Sister Teresa Benedicta of the Cross. At age two, she got into the Tylenol and swallowed 19 times the lethal dose. As she lay near death from total kidney failure and a deteriorating liver, her family organized prayer chains, asking anyone they knew to pray specifically for Benedicta to pray for her little namesake. Miraculously, the toddler not only survived, but left the hospital completely healed.

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