Tag: 2020 Presidential Election

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Those of us who are skeptical about the 2020 presidential election have been told to shut up. The results were certified so they must be valid. Our institutions are sound. Sure, there may have been some intimidation in places like Michigan to get it certified, but pay no attention to the man behind the curtain […]

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If anyone missed these stories, chalk it up to suppression by the news media.  No matter what happens on January 20th, read the report for yourself and draw your own conclusions. My conclusion is this ship has sailed. The Great Reset is and has been underway. The EU, the WEF and other global entities will […]

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I am sorry that NH is no longer a conservative state, we have been absorbed by the Northeastern socialist blob. We’re not even purple anymore.  As of 12:39am this is what my map looks like. The 4 pink ones are my probables. I’m leaving Nevada and AZ out for now. A squeaker, but >270. Does […]

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‘The Great Reset’ Trumps the Election

 

There is a lot of pressure on President Trump to win re-election. So let’s add some more. Something called “The Great Reset” is being globally staged, using the COVID-19 virus to accelerate the Reset. Conspiracy theories? Think again. Rapid draconian changes are being planned across all sectors, including financial, economic, social, and religious, with the virus restrictions giving it gas. Loss of freedom, and socialistic measures will replace our Judeo-Christian civilization, with the United States as the last big block in the way to be knocked down.

This month, Time magazine is devoting an entire issue to the global reset. Biden’s stumbling comments on phasing out oil, gas, and fracking, then retracking his statements, was no accident. He was reciting the “Green New Deal” and lest you think this is just AOC crazy talk, think again. The New Deal is a global goal. Time Magazine’s featured guest writers include Black Lives Matter, the International Monetary Fund, The World Economic Forum, and others that describe the elimination of cash and digitizing all transactions, health tracking, extreme hiring and monitoring of private companies and their business practices, and many other prospects. These measures are ready to go, and one writer even described “American life in the year 2023” starting off with a Trump defeat in 2020. They are so confident.

On October 23, Archbishop Vigano sent another letter to President Trump, on the eve of a US presidential election that will impact the entire world, and warning what is coming. You can picture a bullhorn in his hand. I can’t help but think of the passage where the world was eating and drinking as Noah and his family entered the Ark.

Did The Debate Commission Provide the Election’s ‘Galvanizing Moment?’

 

If you had the so-called Commission on Presidential Debates framing the issue that voters may well take with them into the voting booth on November 3 (or before) on your 2020 election bingo card, congratulations. Who thought an obscure, 33-year-old nonprofit organization might provide the potential galvanizing moment just weeks before Election Day?

As former GOP presidential nominee and ex-Senate Republican Leader Bob Dole has confirmed, the Commission is in the tank for Joe Biden, or at least against President Trump.

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It’s just been announced that, considering President Trump was diagnosed with COVID, the next debate will be virtual. President Trump has declined, and instead, announced that he will hold a rally. I’m bothered by both of his decisions. First, I was very upset when hearing he and Melania had contracted the disease, and that he […]

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Post-Debate Reflections (from a Trump voter)

 

Because you need another one of these posts…

  1. Watching Trump interrupt and talk over the debate moderator was cringy and painful. I’m a woman and a millennial, so take that into consideration – I know a lot of people like seeing Trump’s aggression, and sometimes I do, too, but I don’t think this was a good look tonight. I don’t mind him talking over Biden as much because it is a debate, after all.
  2. The “Antifa is an idea, not an organization” nonsense from Biden was extremely offensive. Don’t remember ideas burning things down and terrorizing people all by themselves! 
  3. I’m super glad I will never moderate a presidential debate, and I want to know why they never mute the candidates’ mics. If it’s a matter of pre-debate negotiations, then they need to negotiate that in next time. 
  4. Biden saying he doesn’t want to defund the police or implement the Green New Deal was interesting – and I don’t know that I believe him, especially with Kamala Harris as his running mate. I’m curious to see if he ends up walking any of that back.
  5. I thought the debate was supposed to last until 11 p.m., so it was a pleasant surprise when it ended “early.”
  6. I believe Trump has disavowed white supremacy before, and I can’t believe we’re still bringing up the “good people on both sides” thing, but Trump handled that question horribly last night.
  7. So, who won? Probably those of us who chose to watch the debate as entertainment and Tweet/chat on Ricochet while we watched it. 

Also – my favorite Tweet from the night:

Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D., Senior Fellow of Business and Economics for the Pacific Research Institute joins Carol Roth to discuss a free market approach to energy. He talks about why electric car subsidies help the rich, why overregulation hurts the poor and how Californians could save more than $2,000 a year if lawmakers enacted free market policies. Wayne and Carol talk about California’s rolling blackout problems and why big government is to blame, the big problem with solar energy that nobody is talking about, nuclear power and more.

Plus, a Now You Know segment on the Canary Islands. 

The Post Office Can’t Handle an Election

 

The post office is at the forefront of a health pandemic, in an overly-paranoid, politically charged presidential election year. So what’s the issue? Well, for starters, the United States Postal Service states on their website, in big, red letters the following statement:

ALERT: DUE TO LIMITED TRANSPORTATION AVAILABILITY AS A RESULT OF NATIONWIDE COVID-19 IMPACTS, PACKAGE DELIVERY TIMES MAY BE EXTENDED. PRIORITY MAIL EXPRESS® SERVICE WILL NOT CHANGE.” READ MORE ›

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Power Line pointed to an opinion piece at the Hill, comparing news media and their coverage of the 1968 influenza pandemic with media coverage of COVID-19. While the Hill piece provides good factual support for the wildly different coverage, I believe the author gets it wrong in claiming the media personalities then would not weaponize […]

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On Brian Kilmeade’s radio show today, he said to his guest that Trump is down in eight different polls, and they can’t all be wrong. All the talk shows have suggestions: Trump needs to call Biden out (of the basement) and ask him how he would handle……lack of law enforcement to respond to emergencies (happening […]

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Hi, Everybody! As y’all may remember, four years ago I found a crystal ball at Goodwill that seemed to predict the future.  Those prognostications were 100% as accurate as any others made about the 2016 election.  I then put the ball in the back of a closet and forgot about it.  A couple of days […]

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This Tuesday, June 23, 2020, Joe Biden held a virtual fundraiser which featured former President Barack Obama. The event included a discussion or conversation between Biden and Obama and, in that conversation, Obama made an assertion that stunned me. Let me post a video which includes the assertion in question. The video is about 2 […]

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Joe Concha, media reporter for The Hill and TV commentator rejoins Carol Roth to talk about the current state of the media and all of its issues. Joe and Carol discuss the media’s hypocrisy in dealing with Joe Biden vs. Brett Kavanaugh, their mishandling of COVID-19 reporting and their co-dependency with and on President Trump.

Plus, a “Now You Know” segment on the longest game in minor league baseball history.

Vote-by-Mail Must Never Be Implemented

 

Now that the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic is full-fledged, many politicians and government officials across the US are pushing for a dangerous policy— voting by mail. This policy would allow citizens across the country to mail-in ballots instead of going to a secure polling location. This policy should raise a plethora of red flags when it comes to the legitimacy of US elections.

Inaccurate Voter Rolls

Government oversight group Judicial Watch recently filed a lawsuit with the State of California and LA County, claiming that 1.5 million voter registrations were inactive, which violated the National Voter Registration Act. Since the lawsuit, California and LA County have agreed to remove the 1.5 million inactive registrations.

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It is very clear that this year has gone very badly off the tracks. But, things just seem to be getting weirder. For instance, the following came wandering across my news feed: “As Biden struggles, Hillary waits for the call” By Liz Peek, Opinion Contributor at The Hill.com on 04/30/20 08:30 AM EDT Preview Open

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