Mollie’s Doing It Again

 

Mollie Hemingway wrote a solid, well-researched book on the Kavanaugh hearings, and now it looks like she’s going to do it again to the 2020 election: “Mollie Hemingway Is Writing the 2020 Election Book the Media Don’t Want You to Read.”

The book will include interviews from lawyers, campaign activists, and election officials who were on the ground in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and other swing states. It will include discussions with elected lawmakers from across the country, including senators and members of Congress, about the importance of election integrity.

My book will contain never-before-told eyewitness stories about what really went down in 2020, not just in the presidential race, but in tight House and Senate races as well. The book will contain analysis of how media and Big Tech oligarchs used their power to control information on the Internet to manipulate people’s behavior before and after the 2020 election. My book will contain not just interviews about the election with top officials from the Trump White House and presidential campaign, but also interviews with Trump himself.

It will give a behind-the-scenes look at election night at the White House, and at pivotal moments in the campaign, such as the planning and execution of the surprisingly successful Republican National Convention. It will answer which of the many fake news stories published about Trump bothered him the most, how the Democrats caught Republicans flat-footed on mail-in balloting, what the Trump administration’s biggest COVID mistake was, and who the Trump campaign thought was Biden’s best media representative. (Hint: It’s not who you think.)  And it will show what went wrong during the electoral challenges in battleground states, and who was responsible for them.

The title? Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections. Can’t wait for the heads to explode!

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  1. Saint Augustine Member
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    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did.  If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts.  All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

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  2. kedavis Member
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    This post basically already exists, and it’s already on the Main Feed too:

     

    https://ricochet.com/955163/mollie-is-taking-on-the-2020-election/

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  3. Columbo Member
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    Go @MollieHemingway!!

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  4. The Reticulator Member
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    Available on September 21. But I want it yesterday. 

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  5. GLDIII Temporarily Essential Reagan
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    I already pre ordered it.

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  6. Skyler Coolidge
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    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election.  Too few.

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  7. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    It’s not about the election. It’s about election integrity.

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  8. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

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  9. kedavis Member
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    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

    What if Mollie won’t touch electronic fraud because of lawsuit threats, and then the other side holds up her book as “proof” that there wasn’t any, because “our side” didn’t mention it in “our” exhaustive study on the issue?

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  10. Saint Augustine Member
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    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    Maybe some people who make decisions about securing elections at the state level can read.

    My main interest in getting a working understanding of what did and didn’t happen was never to change the last election. It was to support cleaner elections in the future, and . . .

    . . . to remember.

    The Al Franken supermajority was nudged over the edge by illegal felon votes. I hope the memory of that fact outlasts Al Franken, outlasts the Senate, outlasts the Republic.

    When Jesus returns bodily to reign on earth, we can forget about it then. Maybe.

    At least until then, we gotta remember that Mark Davis in GA tracked more illegal votes than the Biden margin of victory by relying on the thoroughly boring and reliable source of Post Office records.

    We gotta remember that Jesse Binnal used the same method and found thousands of illegal votes in NV.

    We gotta remember that 2008 sociological data on non-citizen votes, when abstracted to current population numbers in swing states, indicates illegal Biden votes more than double the Biden margin of victory in GA and AZ.

    We gotta remember that an eyewitness named Gregory Strensrom in PA testified to chain-of-custody issues affecting more votes than the Biden margin of victory.

    We gotta remember that people reading obituaries and federal Social Security Database information found indications of about 50,000 zombie voters in MI and PA.

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  11. Saint Augustine Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

    What if Mollie won’t touch electronic fraud because of lawsuit threats, and then the other side holds up her book as “proof” that there wasn’t any, because “our side” didn’t mention it in “our” exhaustive study on the issue?

    I can live with that. It’ll still be proof the election was stolen in 2-4 ways, 1-3 of them illegal.

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  12. Saint Augustine Member
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    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

    What nonsense!

    I write a solid 70 pages.

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  13. kedavis Member
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

    What if Mollie won’t touch electronic fraud because of lawsuit threats, and then the other side holds up her book as “proof” that there wasn’t any, because “our side” didn’t mention it in “our” exhaustive study on the issue?

    I can live with that. It’ll still be proof the election was stolen in 2-4 ways, 1-3 of them illegal.

    But there wouldn’t be evidence needed to secure the electronic side of things.  So they could still “win” by counting legal ballots multiple times, assigning fractional-voting values to Republican votes…

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  14. Saint Augustine Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

    What if Mollie won’t touch electronic fraud because of lawsuit threats, and then the other side holds up her book as “proof” that there wasn’t any, because “our side” didn’t mention it in “our” exhaustive study on the issue?

    I can live with that. It’ll still be proof the election was stolen in 2-4 ways, 1-3 of them illegal.

    But there wouldn’t be evidence needed to secure the electronic side of things. So they could still “win” by counting legal ballots multiple times, assigning fractional-voting values to Republican votes…

    Oh, ok.  A good point: If there was significant electronic theft, by ignoring it we may fail to prevent it.

    Darn. That is important.

    I’d worry about it more if I had more evidence (or better understood the evidence) for mass electronic theft.  But that is worry-able, even for me.

    One partial solution is to just not use Dominion machines. Texas found them to be insecure ages before the 2020 vote; let’s avoid them everywhere on those grounds alone. I can dig that approach.

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  15. Percival Thatcher
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    Again, the whole Dominion situation stinks on ice. Dominion has been engaged by a majority of the 50 states. They must have a killer sales team. Part of that sales team would be technical representatives to answer any questions possible customers will have. Handling a security audit ought to be a breeze. So, their competence and honesty are called into question and they … cry ‘havoc’ and let slip the dogs of law? That doesn’t make them look honest and upright. That makes them look skeevy as all get out. The only way it makes any sense is if they are skeevy as all get out.

    I’ve been subjected to security audits. I’ve subjected others to them. They couldn’t afford to pay for the positive publicity they would get out of passing one right now. Something tells me they don’t want one because they couldn’t pass one.

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  16. Skyler Coolidge
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    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

     

    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    It’s not about the election. It’s about election integrity.

    That’s when they matter even less.  Then the only people that matter are the ones who count the votes.  

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  17. CACrabtree Coolidge
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    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    Books?  Read?  You can’t be talking about the American public.

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  18. kedavis Member
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    Skyler (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

     

    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    It’s not about the election. It’s about election integrity.

    That’s when they matter even less. Then the only people that matter are the ones who count the votes.

    Well if you can get enough improper votes/ballots into the system, even counting them accurately is still a failure.

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  19. kedavis Member
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    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    Books? Read? You can’t be talking about the American public.

    These days too much of the US education system is too similar to that of Cuba:  They teach children how to read only so they can read the desired propaganda.

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  20. Saint Augustine Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    Books? Read? You can’t be talking about the American public.

    These days too much of the US education system is too similar to that of Cuba: They teach children how to read only so they can read the desired propaganda.

    Shameless self-promotion: learn how to read philosophy from my YouTube and Rumble channels!

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  21. Mark Alexander Coolidge
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

    What nonsense!

    I write a solid 70 pages.

    Ha! The pdf I downloaded was 40 pages, but of course, we writers know the manuscript length…

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  22. kedavis Member
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    Books? Read? You can’t be talking about the American public.

    These days too much of the US education system is too similar to that of Cuba: They teach children how to read only so they can read the desired propaganda.

    Shameless self-promotion: learn how to read philosophy from my YouTube and Rumble channels!

    I think one of my long-term regrets in life will be not getting my friend Dr Charles Hohenstein, Ph.D in theology, onto Ricochet before he passed in November of 2017.  He taught some theology classes at Notre Dame, including some where he used Monty Python’s Life of Brian as course material, and I think you and he would have hit it off “famously” as the saying goes.

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  23. Saint Augustine Member
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    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    Mark Alexander (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    [Sigh.]

    I hope she covered most of what I did. If not, we’ll need more books.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnl2y8y5uhkkbgr/Some%20Evidence%20That%20Illegal%20Actions%20Flipped%20Swing%20States.docx?dl=0

    I’m quite sure she covered some of what I did, and no doubt a good deal better. She can do journalism and confirm facts. All I can do is do logic on the facts if we have them.

    Plus she will get interviews no one else can get. But you write a solid 40 pages of good stuff.

    What nonsense!

    I write a solid 70 pages.

    Ha! The pdf I downloaded was 40 pages, but of course, we writers know the manuscript length…

    That must have just been “Keeping Track.”  I think there’s at least 30 pages in the other pieces.

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  24. Saint Augustine Member
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    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    At least until then, we gotta remember that Mark Davis in GA tracked more illegal votes than the Biden margin of victory by relying on the thoroughly boring and reliable source of Post Office records.

    We gotta remember that Jesse Binnal used the same method and found thousands of illegal votes in NV.

    We gotta remember that 2008 sociological data on non-citizen votes, when abstracted to current population numbers in swing states, indicates illegal Biden votes more than double the Biden margin of victory in GA and AZ.

    We gotta remember that an eyewitness named Gregory Strensrom in PA testified to chain-of-custody issues affecting more votes than the Biden margin of victory.

    We gotta remember that people reading obituaries and federal Social Security Database information found indications of about 50,000 zombie voters in MI and PA.

    Incidentally, my views on this matter have shifted plenty of times already. I can take it: If anyone out there knows something wrong with this stuff that I don’t know, please let me know!

    (If anyone reads this off-Ricochet, my email is PlatoAndAugustine@Gmail.com.)

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  25. Skyler Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    Books? Read? You can’t be talking about the American public.

    These days too much of the US education system is too similar to that of Cuba: They teach children how to read only so they can read the desired propaganda.

    Shameless self-promotion: learn how to read philosophy from my YouTube and Rumble channels!

    I think one of my long-term regrets in life will be not getting my friend Dr Charles Hohenstein, Ph.D in theology, onto Ricochet before he passed in November of 2017. He taught some theology classes at Notre Dame, including some where he used Monty Python’s Life of Brian as course material, and I think you and he would have hit it off “famously” as the saying goes.

    The theology department at Notre Dame puts any man several points up.   I was class of ‘85. 

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  26. kedavis Member
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    Skyler (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Saint Augustine (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    CACrabtree (View Comment):

    Skyler (View Comment):

    People who read books are not the ones that count in an election. Too few.

    Books? Read? You can’t be talking about the American public.

    These days too much of the US education system is too similar to that of Cuba: They teach children how to read only so they can read the desired propaganda.

    Shameless self-promotion: learn how to read philosophy from my YouTube and Rumble channels!

    I think one of my long-term regrets in life will be not getting my friend Dr Charles Hohenstein, Ph.D in theology, onto Ricochet before he passed in November of 2017. He taught some theology classes at Notre Dame, including some where he used Monty Python’s Life of Brian as course material, and I think you and he would have hit it off “famously” as the saying goes.

    The theology department at Notre Dame puts any man several points up. I was class of ‘85.

    I don’t remember when he was there, or when he was teaching, and he also did some teaching and online course prep etc for some smaller schools; but my guess is he was a few years after you.

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