Daily Archives: January 1, 2021

Bits & Bytes

2020: Jovan Pulitzer’s testimony before the Georgia state senate is worth your time [13:43] – Among other things, he explains how Georgia printed two different kinds of ballots, one (blue) sent to predominantly Democrat areas and the other (red) send to predominantly Republican areas.

The red ones were deliberately designed to cause the Dominion machines to reject those ballots and send them to the adjudicator, who can change the votes. Pulitzer says he can check 500,000 physical ballots in 2 hours.

Are we still a country where your vote matters? … The fact is the paper. Verify the paper. … Our country was founded on a piece of paper. Our laws and our word came down to us on paper. And all of a sudden we’re going to hide the paper and we don’t get to look at it. Unacceptable.”

2021: Joe Biden isn’t competent to serve as POTUS. Before their debate. Trump was going to three and four campaign stops a day, while Biden “prepared” by resting at his house for 4 days. Biden did manage to get through most of the 90 minute debate, but he was fluffing lines and losing his thoughts at the end.

I’ve always assumed the corruptocrats who are behind the Dumbocrats, the puppet masters who issue the daily talking points the MSM parrots and who pull the strings of stupid, greedy people in power (like Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Maxine Waters, etc.) set this up.

They never ever wanted Bernie Sanders; he’s a commie, but he seems to be genuine about it. Puppet masters do not want someone with integrity and a backbone! But Biden is like Hillary and Barack before him in being a total sell out. Ditto Kamala who slept her way into her first big job and didn’t even get to the first primary in her bid for the White House.

If Biden becomes POTUS, I think he’ll be told to retire or they’ll fake a stroke or something. Maybe break his foot again. Then, Harris will take over … amid all kinds of “First Black AND First Female President” hoopla … and appoint the VP she’s told to appoint.

Not long after that, the United States of America (with its 23 TRILLION dollar debt … a chunk of which belongs to China) will go bankrupt and become a colony of China. Prosperity will be a thing of the past, as will all our freedoms. Churches will close; abortion clinics will open; and posting anti-government content on the internet will be punishable by jail time.

We don’t keep any money in the bank cuz, when Greece went bust, the government emptied out everyone’s bank accounts. I mean … not that we have oodles of money, but mostly, I’m using the extra to buy survival food packets. It hardly seems “out there” to think we could have a major disruption in our food supply after what happened when they declared a lockdown! Maybe this year, I’ll spring for a solar-powered battery that can recharge phones etc. I need my e-books!

Mostly, however, I focus my preparation on storing up treasure where thieves cannot steal and hope that the Warning and the Rapture will come before the worst begins and that me and mine will be ready to go.

CHINA: The ChiComs wine and dine members of the corporate media to help insure favorable coverage for China. The outlets include ABC News, MSNBC, CNN, BBC, Reuters, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, the Financial Times, Newsweek, Bloomberg, the Economist, the Wall Street Journal, AFP, TIME magazine, LA Times, The Hill, and The Atlantic.

CLASS ACTION SUIT: Some jackass trying to make a buck has actually filed a class action lawsuit against the makers of King’s Hawaiian rolls, claiming the label constitutes fraudulent marketing because he thinks it says the rolls were made in Hawaii, while on the back, it says they were made in Torrance, California.

If you too are a jackass who has (or has not? Who is to know?) purchased King’s Hawaiian rolls, only to have your carb experience totally ruined by the knowledge that they were made in California, you can go to the link below and add your name to the lawsuit. IMO, the case should be thrown out before it even starts, but there’s probably some butthead of a judge who enjoys destroying companies and the jobs they create.

FLORIDA: [:37] – You go, Governor Ron!

KWANZAA: Today is the last day of this seven-day holiday celebrating African heritage. Each day is dedicated to a specific principle and marked by the lighting a new candle on the kinara, a seven-branched candelabra.

Where Christmas celebrates peace on Earth and good will toward all men, Kwanzaa celebrates individualism and race. For example, day five is about restoring “our people to their traditional greatness”, while day six calls each individual of African heritage “to believe with all our heart in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.”

Kwanzaa was invented in 1966 by Ronald McKinley Everett (born: July 14, 1941 in Maryland) who changed his name first to Ron Karenga, then to Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga. Five years later, Karenga was convicted of felony assault and false imprisonment. He was paroled in 1975 and still claims he was innocent of the charges and was actually a political prisoner.

One of the witnesses in the trial testified that Karenga and some other men stripped her and another woman, then whipped them with an electrical cord and beat them with a baton and toasters. She also testified that a hot soldering iron was placed in the other woman’s mouth and placed against her face and that one of her own big toes was tightened in a vise. Karenga’s estranged wife, Brenda Lorraine Karenga, testified that she sat on the other woman’s stomach while one of the men forced detergent and a running hose into her mouth.

Karenga has been awarded two doctorates, one in Political Science in 1976 and one in Social Ethics in 1994. He chairs the Africana Studies Department at California State University, Long Beach, and is the author of several books.

MITCH: Because China has sent him his marching orders.

NEW YORK STATE: On Dec. 28, the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals sided 3-0 with the Diocese of Brooklyn, New York, and the Orthodox Jewish group Agudath Israel in their lawsuit against Gov. Cuomo’s limitations on worshipers.

In the court’s ruling, Circuit Judge Michael Park said, “no public interest is served by maintaining an unconstitutional policy.” This is Cuomo’s third court loss on this issue.

NEW YORK CITY: CLICK https://rumble.com/vcajxb-this-happened-in-broad-daylight-in-bill-de-blasios-nyc.html [:14] to see what Bill de Blasio’s city has become.

OREGON: An Oregon salon owner has filed a $100,000 lawsuit against Gov. Kate Brown for damages she sustained due to extended closures, excessive fines, and other jackboot moves, including threatening to have CPS take her kids.

CLICK https://video.foxnews.com/v/6218721972001 [4:35] to see her on Fox News.

PERKINS COIE: They also have offices in Anchorage, Austin, Bellevue, Boise, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Madison, New York, Palo Alto, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Taipei, and Washington, D.C.

In addition, they have a special division based in Beijing and Shenzhen that is dedicated to protecting the non-patent intellectual property rights of their clients in the People’s Republic of China.

GRAMMY NOTES: This would backfire on me. When we were newlyweds, my husband loaded up his pickup truck to the brim with stuff to take to the dumps. He came back with even MORE stuff than he took. I did not understand before I married a New Englander that their dumps are part barbershop-like social gathering places and part Goodwill “take a penny leave a penny” places.

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