Mollie Is Taking on the 2020 Election

 

I saw today that Mollie Hemingway is writing a book on the 2020 election. I can’t wait to give her my money. Because I know she’ll say the things that I want her to say? No. That’s not Mollie. Or me. I want to give her my money for this because 1) The reporting and handling of all of this has been dangerously propagandistic, and 2) after years of interacting with Mollie and seeing her approach, she is exactly the right person to investigate even if no one else will.

She asks the right questions. She doesn’t accept the answers if they don’t make sense. She keeps pulling on the thread while everyone else seems intent on denying that any threads exist at all. Who knows where it will lead? I can guess, but I can also accept being wrong about my guess.

Good luck Mollie! I hope you get the access you’ll need and I hope you thoroughly pull all the threads until we get to the truth.

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  1. Susan Quinn Contributor
    Susan Quinn
    @SusanQuinn

    I’m with you, Ed! She’s one of my favorite reporters and tells the truth. Can’t wait for the book!

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  2. CACrabtree Coolidge
    CACrabtree
    @CACrabtree

    Justice on Trial was outstanding.  Based on that, I’ll probably be spending a few bucks on her new book when it comes out.

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  3. Gossamer Cat Coolidge
    Gossamer Cat
    @GossamerCat

    Real investigative reporting.  Need more of that for 2020.

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  4. Hoyacon Member
    Hoyacon
    @Hoyacon

    Publication date is Sept. 21.  Looking forward to it.

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  5. DrewInTherapy Member
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    @DrewInWisconsin

    I have been instructed that she’s now a “pod person.”

    Sad. I was looking forward to this book. But because she’s now a “pod person” (according to people who claim that the 2020 elections were the most secure ever), I guess I’ll pass.

    /sarc

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  6. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
    Bryan G. Stephens
    @BryanGStephens

    Go Mollie! 

    I miss Mollie. 

    I miss Troy too! 

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  7. Ed G. Member
    Ed G.
    @EdG

    DrewInTherapy (View Comment):

    I have been instructed that she’s now a “pod person.”

    Sad. I was looking forward to this book. But because she’s now a “pod person” (according to people who claim that the 2020 elections were the most secure ever), I guess I’ll pass.

    /sarc

    Heh, yup she’s the one in the pod. Yup. /sarc

    Mollie first earned my respect in the SSM wars from several years ago. She was able to follow competing arguments and threads, and she was able to figure out when a combatant was sincerely dealing with the cutting edge of the disagreement or was veering off into any number of logical fallacies or human weaknesses derailing the argument. She kept that approach and still has it as far as I can tell (one of the few who does have that approach). It served her and us when Russia Collusion Hoax came up and any number of the shocking hoaxes and propaganda that have come to pass since 2015.

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  8. namlliT noD Member
    namlliT noD
    @DonTillman

    Hmm… well, if it’s true that history is written by the victors…

    (I’m joking.  History is, of course, written by history writers.)

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  9. colleenb Member
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    @colleenb

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    Go Mollie!

    I miss Mollie.

    I miss Troy too!

    Bryan I still miss The Hemingways podcast (and the Fight of the Week). 

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  10. Vince Guerra Member
    Vince Guerra
    @VinceGuerra

    It seems a little premature since there is still so much out there. I’d prefer it if the quality journalists were out there gathering data and reporting on it as it comes instead rushing to a conclusion after less than a year. Historians know that these things take years if not decades to figure out. There are still a lot of threads being pulled. To sit down and write it all out now means that she’s finished her research and that it doesn’t include things we’re still waiting to see about, like all of the Dominion lawsuits, the forensic audits, and the pending legal challenges. 

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  11. Ed G. Member
    Ed G.
    @EdG

    Vince Guerra (View Comment):

    It seems a little premature since there is still so much out there. I’d prefer it if the quality journalists were out there gathering data and reporting on it as it comes instead rushing to a conclusion after less than a year. Historians know that these things take years if not decades to figure out. There are still a lot of threads being pulled. To sit down and write it all out now means that she’s finished her research and that it doesn’t include things we’re still waiting to see about, like all of the Dominion lawsuits, the forensic audits, and the pending legal challenges.

    Could be premature. It’s not out – she’s writing now. Will be doing more research and interviews. Sounds like it’s still in progress.

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  12. Basil Fawlty Member
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    @BasilFawlty

    Vince Guerra (View Comment):
    It seems a little premature since there is still so much out there. I’d prefer it if the quality journalists were out there gathering data and reporting on it as it comes instead rushing to a conclusion after less than a year.

    The Durham Report model?

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  13. Richard Easton Member
    Richard Easton
    @RichardEaston

    Would her book be promoted to the main feed?

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  14. Sisyphus Member
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    @Sisyphus

    namlliT noD (View Comment):

    Hmm… well, if it’s true that history is written by the victors…

    (I’m joking. History is, of course, written by history writers.)

    Yes, the Victors.

    Victor Davis Hanson

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  15. Sisyphus Member
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    @Sisyphus

    Basil Fawlty (View Comment):

    Vince Guerra (View Comment):
    It seems a little premature since there is still so much out there. I’d prefer it if the quality journalists were out there gathering data and reporting on it as it comes instead rushing to a conclusion after less than a year.

    The Durham Report model?

    The Durham Report involves critical actions taken as long as five years ago, or more. Not premature.

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  16. Hoyacon Member
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    @Hoyacon

    Richard Easton (View Comment):

    Would her book be promoted to the main feed?

    Bada Bing!

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  17. Basil Fawlty Member
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    @BasilFawlty

    Richard Easton (View Comment):

    Would her book be promoted to the main feed?

    I thought it just was.

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  18. Vince Guerra Member
    Vince Guerra
    @VinceGuerra

    Ed G. (View Comment):

    Vince Guerra (View Comment):

    It seems a little premature since there is still so much out there. I’d prefer it if the quality journalists were out there gathering data and reporting on it as it comes instead rushing to a conclusion after less than a year. Historians know that these things take years if not decades to figure out. There are still a lot of threads being pulled. To sit down and write it all out now means that she’s finished her research and that it doesn’t include things we’re still waiting to see about, like all of the Dominion lawsuits, the forensic audits, and the pending legal challenges.

    Could be premature. It’s not out – she’s writing now. Will be doing more research and interviews. Sounds like it’s still in progress.

    In order to publish it in September it will need to be done soon so they can start the editing process. Publishers also want to market it at least three to six months in advance. Being as that she has many friends among the Ricochet editors I’ll be surprised if some of them won’t be getting an advanced copy for review pretty soon.

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  19. Basil Fawlty Member
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    @BasilFawlty

    Sisyphus (View Comment):
    The Durham Report involves critical actions taken as long as five years ago, or more. Not premature.

    Just tardy.

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  20. kedavis Member
    kedavis
    @kedavis

    I don’t doubt Mollie’s determination etc, but as a…  “statistical civilian?”… I’m not sure if she can be relied on to figure out if someone is attempting a hoodwink in that area, etc. or if she’d be too willing to accept that some justification is valid without digging further.

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  21. Ed G. Member
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    @EdG

    kedavis (View Comment):

    I don’t doubt Mollie’s determination etc, but as a… “statistical civilian?”… I’m not sure if she can be relied on to figure out if someone is attempting a hoodwink in that area, etc. or if she’d be too willing to accept that some justification is valid without digging further.

    We’ll see. I assume she’ll interview all kinds of people in order to avoid obvious blind spots like all those who still parrot the Fine People Hoax. I want truth, not confirmation and not willful coverup. 

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  22. Gazpacho Grande' Coolidge
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    @ChrisCampion

    Bryan G. Stephens (View Comment):

    Go Mollie!

    I miss Mollie.

    I miss Troy too!

    I know!  Check out the guns on that dude!

    Oh, wait. You meant the other Troy.

    See the source image

    My bad.

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  23. Gazpacho Grande' Coolidge
    Gazpacho Grande'
    @ChrisCampion

    namlliT noD (View Comment):

    Hmm… well, if it’s true that history is written by the victors

    (I’m joking. History is, of course, written by history writers.)

    Victor Davis Hanson?

    Edit:  I am late to the VDH comedy party.

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  24. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    Ed G. (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    I don’t doubt Mollie’s determination etc, but as a… “statistical civilian?”… I’m not sure if she can be relied on to figure out if someone is attempting a hoodwink in that area, etc. or if she’d be too willing to accept that some justification is valid without digging further.

    We’ll see. I assume she’ll interview all kinds of people in order to avoid obvious blind spots like all those who still parrot the Fine People Hoax. I want truth, not confirmation and not willful coverup.

    I don’t think there would be any willful coverup from Mollie, my concern is that she might not be able to spot it from others.

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  25. Vince Guerra Member
    Vince Guerra
    @VinceGuerra

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Ed G. (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    I don’t doubt Mollie’s determination etc, but as a… “statistical civilian?”… I’m not sure if she can be relied on to figure out if someone is attempting a hoodwink in that area, etc. or if she’d be too willing to accept that some justification is valid without digging further.

    We’ll see. I assume she’ll interview all kinds of people in order to avoid obvious blind spots like all those who still parrot the Fine People Hoax. I want truth, not confirmation and not willful coverup.

    I don’t think there would be any willful coverup from Mollie, my concern is that she might not be able to spot it from others.

    Dominion has been levying billion dollar lawsuits on anyone questioning the integrity of their machines. So I doubt her publisher would want to risk writing anything that might invite another. It’s a safe bet then that she’s not likely to cover the questions over electronic fraud allegations more that to just say they exist. That’s why I feel this is topic needs to play out for a while longer. 

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  26. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    Vince Guerra (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Ed G. (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    I don’t doubt Mollie’s determination etc, but as a… “statistical civilian?”… I’m not sure if she can be relied on to figure out if someone is attempting a hoodwink in that area, etc. or if she’d be too willing to accept that some justification is valid without digging further.

    We’ll see. I assume she’ll interview all kinds of people in order to avoid obvious blind spots like all those who still parrot the Fine People Hoax. I want truth, not confirmation and not willful coverup.

    I don’t think there would be any willful coverup from Mollie, my concern is that she might not be able to spot it from others.

    Dominion has been levying billion dollar lawsuits on anyone questioning the integrity of their machines. So I doubt her publisher would want to risk writing anything that might invite another. It’s a safe bet then that she’s not likely to cover the questions over electronic fraud allegations more that to just say they exist. That’s why I feel this is topic needs to play out for a while longer.

    And if electronic fraud turns out to be the core of it all, that means her book won’t be very useful.

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  27. Saint Augustine Member
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    @SaintAugustine

    Ed G.: Who knows where it will lead? I can guess, but I can also accept being wrong about my guess.

    It’s led me this far.  I used to annoy people around here by saying the opposite.

    But . . . threads.

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  28. RufusRJones Member
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    This is what Trump and the GOP should be talking about. This doesn’t include the Democrat law fare,  however. This is a short article about what Zuckerberg did. Pump was not “surgically removed” like the local never Trump wants to say. Zuckerberg rented the government in critical states in critical counties and skew the vote Democrat.

     

    How Mark Zuckerberg Almost Handed Texas To The DemocratsThe Center for Technology and Civic Life flooded the second largest state with money from the Facebook founder. 

    CTCL has claimed that the $350 million it funneled to elections officials was for nonpartisan COVID-19 relief efforts. But is that really true? We’ve done the math and tracked tens of millions of dollars from CTCL to Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada—all battlegrounds key to clinching the 2020 election.

    Our conclusion is that, across the board, CTCL’s grants favored the biggest, most vote-rich Democratic counties, which helped turn out the most left-leaning voters in U.S. history—and secure Joe Biden as the country’s 46th president. Far from “nonpartisan,” CTCL’s oceans of money made it easier for fraudsters to cheat and the Democrats to win in 2020.

    No chain of custody on ballots. Government resources getting the Democrat vote out. 

     

    • To put those figures in perspective, Houston’s $9.6 million grant was enough for $2.04 for every man, woman, and child living in Harris County, or enough to buy every Biden vote there for a whopping $10.46. Dallas received the equivalent of $5.74 per person living in the county, or $25.27 per Biden vote!

     

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-mark-zuckerberg-almost-handed-texas-to-the-democrats/

     

     

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  29. RufusRJones Member
    RufusRJones
    @RufusRJones

    Local talk radio cover that article for about 20 minutes yesterday.

     

     

     

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  30. Stad Coolidge
    Stad
    @Stad

    I’m going to wait and see what she says.  We’ve seen how formerly reliable journalists and pundits can suddenly turn into something not resembling their former selves.  I hope Mollie doesn’t go this route because she’s a fav . . .

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