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AZ AG shows his true colors

Gateway PunditRINO Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has revealed his true colors with a recent letter to the IRS and the corrupt FBI, which calls on them to investigate True The Vote, the election integrity group featured in the groundbreaking 2000 Mules documentary.

Bernovich claimed during the primary season to be investigating voter fraud, but as soon as his primary was over, he turned around and referred the people he was working with to the FBI. He did nothing, lost his primary because of it, and now is engaging in petty revenge.

True The Vote has issued a public response.

Sun Oct 30 23:31:28 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Statistical analysis of doctor deaths

Gateway PunditMy team has assembled a database of 1638 Canadian doctor deaths during the period 2019-2022, with 972 of them from CMA’s own website. Our preliminary analysis of this extensive data suggests that Canadian doctor deaths under age 50 in 2022 will be 2-fold higher compared to the 2019-2020 average. Shockingly, Canadian doctor deaths under age 40 are already 5-fold higher in 2022 compared to the 2019-2020 average, and Canadian doctor deaths under age 30 are 8-fold higher!

The significance of using doctors in this analysis is that doctors were mandated to take the vax in Canada, and now there is a huge mortality spike that correlates with that mandate.

Sun Oct 30 22:31:28 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Financial conflicts of interest in government service

Wall Street JournalA Wall Street Journal investigation revealed that thousands of officials across the U.S. government’s executive branch disclosed owning or trading stocks that stood to rise or fall with decisions their agencies made.

Across 50 federal agencies ranging from the Commerce Department to the Treasury Department, more than 2,600 officials reported stock investments in companies while those companies were lobbying their agencies for favorable policies, during both Republican and Democratic administrations. When the financial holdings caused a conflict, the agencies sometimes simply waived the rules.

I remember when Obama made a big deal about his administration's ethics rules against lobbyists... and then kept waiving those rules.

Sat Oct 29 23:14:51 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Vaccines not tested for blocking transmission despite claims

Conservative TreehouseA member of the EU Parliament from the Netherlands, Dutch PM Rob Roos questioned the leading representative from Pfizer during an EU hearing. Mr. Roos asked Pfizer if the mRNA vaccine was ever tested to see if it blocked transmission of the virus. Ms J Small responded to the question by saying no, the vaccine was never tested to see if it blocked transmission.

The question is important because it cuts to the heart of the issue surrounding the vaccine passport and various rules and regulations that were implemented against unvaccinated people. Pfizer admitted the vaccine was never tested to block transmission, ergo the premise of the vaccine passport was built on a lie. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated people could carry and shed the SARS-CoV-2 virus regardless of vaccinated status.

And with all the bleating about misinformation and science -- they had no science, they just made it up. Fraud creating risk of death (by the vaccine, or by transmission of covid).

Sat Oct 29 22:14:51 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

New Zealand escalates the war on food

New York PostNew Zealand’s government on Tuesday proposed taxing the greenhouse gasses that farm animals make from burping and peeing as part of a plan to tackle climate change.

The government said the farm levy would be a world first, and that farmers should be able to recoup the cost by charging more for climate-friendly products.

But farmers quickly condemned the plan. Federated Farmers, the industry’s main lobby group, said the plan would “rip the guts out of small town New Zealand” and see farms replaced with trees.

It's not the first time environmentalists have proposed taxing cow flatulence, but with looming food shortages, it seems like remarkably poor timing. And why do environmentalists want food to be expensive? It's like they think there are too many people already and want them to starve.

As for charging more for climate friendly products, I will not eat the bugs.

Fri Oct 28 23:46:00 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

CDC reports increased hospitalization for common cold

Gateway PunditA record number of children and young people have developed weakened immune systems and are being hospitalized to treat the common cold and respiratory illnesses, according to a new report published by the Center For Disease Control and Prevention.

The CDC collected samples from random pediatric hospitals across the United States, including Washington, Texas, New York and Ohio, to measure the prevalence of viruses.

The government agency found common cold viruses hit their highest level ever among children and young people under the age of 18 in August 2021, according to the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report published on Oct. 7.

But masking and isolating worked so well! And that's leaving out the possibility of the vaccine damaging immune systems.

Categories Coronavirus

Fri Oct 28 22:46:00 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Air Force admits improperly releasing sexual assault records for GOP rep

Just The NewsTwo congressmen have said the Air Force has admitted to improperly releasing a Republican House candidate's personnel records to an "opposition" firm, a leak that included details about the female airmen's sexual assault during her service.

Indiana Republican Reps. Jim Banks and Larry Bucshon said in a press release obtained by Just the News that on a call Tuesday the Air Force "took full responsibility for improperly releasing" the records of Indiana House GOP candidate and USAF Lt. Col. Jennifer-Ruth Green.

I would ask if this was mistake or malice, but it's obviously malice.

Fri Oct 28 16:12:19 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

The FBI is protecting Biden

Just The NewsIowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, is requesting FBI documents that pertain to the Biden family and their relationship with China.

"Chuck Grassley is calling on the FBI to produce specific records in its possession indicating potential criminal activity in the Biden family’s foreign business deals," Grassley said Monday. "It remains unclear whether those FBI records, which have been reviewed by Grassley’s investigative staff, have been shared with the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office as part of its ongoing criminal investigation into Hunter Biden."

In a previous letter, submitted on Oct. 13, Grassley said that he had written three previous letters to the FBI and DOJ regarding these deals with the Biden family and has not heard back.

Biden should start worrying January 21st, 2023, when whoever follows Biden as President will be able to serve out the rest of Biden's term then two terms of their own. At that point it would become politically profitable to replace Biden with whoever the Left wants to run the country for the next ten years.

Kamala should start worrying right after the midterms, because it's probably not her the Left want in charge and replacing her would be harder than using the 25th Amendment to remove Biden. And if the Left loses the Senate, they will be in a real hurry to get a replacement confirmed before the new Congress.

It looks like winter is going to get very exciting.

Fri Oct 28 16:11:45 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Looks like someone didn't do their due dilligence

Gateway PunditMichigan Democrat nominee for State Representative Maurice Imhoff wanted to carry out a school shooting of Northwest Middle School in Jackson, Michigan. He was arrested by the police before he could carry out the shooting and charged for “threat of terrorism.” In response to the public finding this out about his past, he admitted to making “poor decisions.”

Speaking of poor decisions, did he not realize someone would figure this out? Or maybe he felt like he needed the immunity Democrats seem to enjoy from law enforcement.

Fri Oct 28 15:26:07 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Familiar voting machine issues in Michigan

Gateway PunditA Michigan county conjured up feelings of “deja vu” for many Michiganders and election integrity activists across the country this week as they discovered a “small concern” with their election sofware.

Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum (D-Onondaga) issued a statement regarding the election problem that was discovered recently during “pre-election testing”.

Software that allows this to happen is incompetently written. A company that makes this mistake and doesn't fix it immediately ... well, let's just say that it's not fit for the purpose of handling elections.

For those following the voting machine issues, this is the flaw where removing one ballot issue (candidate, etc) changes the IDs used, and this invalidates many other ballots.

Fri Oct 28 15:25:32 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

FL ballot harvesting investigation opened from whistleblower complaint

Just The NewsFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis' new election crimes unit has recommended state police open a full criminal investigation into a Democrat whistleblower's detailed complaint of a long-running, widespread ballot harvesting operation in the African-American communities in politically important central Florida.

Former Orange County Commissioner candidate Cynthia Harris filed a sworn affidavit in late August with the Secretary of State's office alleging that illegal operations to collect third-party ballots have been going on for years in the Orlando area where voting activists are paid $10 for each ballot they collect.

She described an intricate system funded by liberal leaning organizations that dispatch ballot brokers into black communities to pressure voters to turn over their ballots. The $10 fee per ballot is divvied up among the parties who help complete the harvesting.

The collection and delivery of ballots by third parties is illegal in Florida.

Catching these people before they steal an election is new.

But, you know, still go vote.

Fri Oct 28 15:25:26 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Political ads enabled by location based data mining

Gateway PunditPredictWise assigned a Covid-19 decree score based on how much an individual adhered to lockdown restrictions and stayed home, “compliers” or disregarded quarantine measures and traveled away from their homes.

The harvested data was then provided to the Democratic National Committee and the Democrat Parties in swing states to target “Covid concerned” Republicans with ads promoting Covid safety measures.

“PredictWise understood that there were potential pockets of voters to target with Covid-19 messaging and turned high-dimensional data covering over 100 million Americans into measures of adherence to Covid-19 restrictions during deep lockdown,” the firm’s white paper states.

We really need privacy laws on cell phone location data. All of these data collection companies are basically spying on people, and then selling the information to anyone who wants it. Including our government, which is supposed not allowed to spy on people.

Categories Privacy

Fri Oct 28 15:25:12 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

FBI classifying "misinformation" as an "election crtime"

Conservative TreehouseThe dissidents at Project Veritas have received leaked whistleblower information from the FBI highlighting a guidance document that puts “disinformation” into the category of an “election crime.” [Source Article Here] According to the internal guidance, sharing “false or inaccurate information intended to mislead others” may lead the FBI to charge people with election crimes.

This is ripe for political abuse, no doubt by design. The FBI gets to decide who "really" won any given election and jail anyone who disputes it. But they only have to do that once; after that they go to social media and get everyone banned for "violating the law", and the combination will be more than enough to chill most ordinary people.

Fri Oct 28 15:24:58 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Concealing your license plate to drop off ballots?

Gateway PunditFor the second time this week, election drop-off box spotters have caught someone pulling up to a drop box location in Arizona with their license plate covered.

Melody Jennings the founder of Clean Elections USA, an organization that aims to keep an eye on election drop-off boxes, posted on Truth Social a picture of a man at an undisclosed drop box in Arizona covering up his license plate.

The big question is why would someone cover up their license plate while pulling up to a drop box location and the only logical answer to that question is they are more than likely conducting illegal activities such as ballot harvesting.

The bigger question is... since driving with a license plate that is not readable is generally illegal, why not call the police before he drops off the ballots? Then, the ballots would be in his custody and if he had ballots that were not from his family (or other legal sources) that could be investigated. All without anything more than a phone call over a traffic offense, no (civilian) confrontation required.

Just seems like a missed opportunity to me.

Fri Oct 28 07:03:16 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Signatures and Mules, or Machines?

UncoverDCSome news stories have recently made a splash in the headlines related to election integrity, specifically those concerning voting machines and election-related electronic data. Two stories seem to be grabbing the most attention. The first started in June when the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a “status update” report warning about voting machine vulnerabilities. The other came earlier this month with the arrest of Eugene Yu—founder and CEO of the software company, Konnech—by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. He was arrested on charges of illegally warehousing U.S. poll workers’ personal, confidential information on servers located in China.

What is odd is the timing of these stories—dropping just months or even weeks before the 2022 midterm elections. After all, corporate media, government officials, and the Left have spent the last two years accusing the Right and Trump supporters of being dangerous “conspiracy theorists” and “election deniers” for raising such concerns in the wake of the 2020 presidential election chaos. Those same people are now having to pretend it never happened or backtrack—most laughably highlighted when the Pee Tape conspiracy rag—The New York Times—had to “circle back” and “beclown” itself in less than 24 hours.

We have several serious problems identified with our election systems doing into 2022. One big problem is the use of mail-in absentee votes and ballot drop boxes, originally emphasized in 2020 due to COVID. Another is the whole litany of confusion and potential issues with election machines. We have clear evidence of a recurring error with voting machines that blocks votes from being counted. That error affected 20% of ballot vast in GA, a huge number that could easily swing the election, and may have affected other states with the same software. We also have clear evidence of ballot harvesting abuse on a large scale. Can we afford to focus on both, or do we need to pick one or the other?

I think we cannot afford to ignore either, but luckily, they are different realms and require different approaches to guard against.

For ballot box stuffing and mail-in / absentee voting, we watch the boxes, make legal challenges, and try to enforce signature matching and other measures.

For machine issues, we let the machines count the votes and then we verify the counts, by hand, counting every single ballot in the chosen jurisdictions, and raise holy hell if the counts do not match up.

What I do think we can afford to ignore in the short term is the Konnech issue. It will be up to law enforcement to investigate and bring further charges. It will be interesring to see whether that story gets swept under the rug after the midterms, or if the CEO's arrest is followed up on, but it doesn't seem likely to be time-sensitive.

Fri Oct 28 07:01:50 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Election security investigation in Harris County TX

Just The NewsInspectors from the Texas Secretary of State and Attorney General’s Election Integrity Team have been sent to Harris County to observe and monitor voting processes.

Inspectors were sent after numerous voting irregularities were reported after the 2020 election and 2022 March primary election and after the state began auditing Harris County’s 2020 election procedures.

In a letter to Harris County Elections Administrator Clifford Tatum dated Oct. 18, Chad Ennis, drector of the Forensic Audit Division in the Secretary of State’s Office, said his office’s ongoing audit of Harris County “has revealed serious breaches of proper elections records management in the handling of Mobile Ballot Boxes (MBBs) during the November 2020 General Election.”

It's not the only corruption being investigated there.

Categories Fair Elections

Fri Oct 28 00:14:33 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Tesla being investigated over autopilot feature

Just the NewsElectric vehicle manufacturer Tesla is reportedly facing a criminal investigation over claims that the cars' "Autopilot" feature effectively allowed the vehicle to drive itself without the aid of human input.

Reuters, citing anonymous sources, first reported on the Department of Justice probe, which it ostensibly opened last year following a bevy of crashes involving the "Autopilot" system.

Funny how Elon didn't have any trouble about this feature -- or really any legal trouble at all -- until he started annoying Democrats and bought Twitter. Same day he walked into Twitter carrying a sink and declared himself Chief Twit, this leaks.

And isn't DOJ supposed to keep investigations secret?

To be fair, I thought the feature was unlikely to be safe for decades, but it won't ever get to being safe if you don't just grit your teeth and start trying it. Mush deserves credit for just trying a lot of things, and making them work.

Categories Civil Rights

Thu Oct 27 23:33:30 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Vaccine causing birth defects and deaths?

Gateway PunditDr. James Thorp – a board-certified OBGYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine Physician with over 43 years of clinical experience – joined Dr. Kelly Victory and Dr. Drew earlier this week to discuss recent studies on mRNA Covid vaccines and the adverse effects they have had on pregnant women since they were introduced.

In the past two years (since the mRNA vaccine was introduced), Dr. Thorp explained that he has seen an “off-the-charts” rise in sudden fetal death and adverse pregnancy outcomes, such as fetal malformation and even fetal cardiac arrest, among his patients.

If this ever becomes commonly known and proven, torches and pitchforks would be a mild reaction.

Categories Vaccine Mandates

Thu Oct 27 23:33:23 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

How the cheating happens

Gateway PunditPennsylvania Democrat officials sent out 240,000 255,000 ballots to people they could not verify either by their Social Security or Driver’s License numbers.

The ballots should NEVER have been sent out to these voters.

This is how a large part of the cheating happens: blanket the state with mail-in ballots to anyone you can find right down to a dead dog and hope.. or ensure, if you control the right offices, that the ballots don't get checked on the receiving end either. Combine that with whatever shenanigans are going on with voting machines that appear to be suppressing Republican votes, and you get Democrats in office when they shouldn't be, and it's very hard to prove that the election was messed with.

Categories Fair Elections

Thu Oct 27 23:03:04 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Schadenfreude

Cost of a bus ticket from Texas to New York City: $250

Day One: New York City is a proud sanctuary for [illegals].
Day Two: "I think they have been not understanding the full scope of the crisis."
Day Three: "I'm declaring a state of emergency."

Cost of migrant influx to New York City: $1 billion dollars

Watching liberals melt down over their own policies: Priceless.

Categories Immigration

Thu Oct 27 22:33:23 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Paypal's $2500 "fine" for thinking things they don't like is back

Gateway PunditStarting November 3, 2022, PayPal is expanding the existing list of prohibited activities to include the sending, posting, or publication of messages, content, or materials under its Acceptable Use Policy.

“Violation of this Acceptable Use Policy constitutes a violation of the PayPal User Agreement and may subject you to damages, including liquidated damages of $2,500.00 U.S. dollars per violation, which may be debited directly from your PayPal account(s) as outlined in the User Agreement,” said PayPal.

Users will be subject to a financial penalty if they violate the revised policy in any way, including by spreading false information, engaging in discrimination against the LGBTQ community, posing a risk to user safety, and so on.

They are a financial services company who can't be trusted to handle your money. That's not exactly a recipe for success.

Categories Free Speech

Thu Oct 27 21:10:50 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Left wing jurisdictions calling in DOJ civil rights division

Just The NewsOfficials in Texas’ Harris County have asked the Justice Department to send federal monitors for the midterm elections, following the office of GOP Gov. Greg Abbott saying it will send inspectors to the county next week when early voting in the state begins.

The officials in the state’s most populous county made the request to the department’s Civil Rights Division, over concerns of Republican state officials trying to "chill voters' trust in the election process" and "intimidate" election workers, according to CNN.

MSNArizona officials have asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate a case of possible voter intimidation after a group of people followed and filmed a voter in Maricopa County dropping off a ballot at a drop box for the midterm elections.

Don't be idiots, folks. DOJ will be looking to crack down on anyone they can. If you want to keep an eye on a ballot drop box, follow the laws, don't intimidate people, work with a group that has lawyers, and for gods sake, don't wear tactical gear. (Tempted to say that last example is a false flag, but there are people stupid enough to do that on both sides).

That said, watching the drop boxes does appear to be doing some good.

For those who don't know, DOJ's civil rights division is a nest of leftists. Even worse than the FBI.

Categories Fair Elections

Thu Oct 27 20:46:48 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Meta fined for campaign finance violations

Just The NewsA Washington state judge fined Meta, the parent company of Facebook, $24.7 million for violating campaign finance disclosure law, the maximum penalty allowed for more than 800 violations of the law.

King County Superior Court Judge Douglass North issued the penalty Wednesday after Meta violated Washington’s 1972 Fair Campaign Practices Act, the Associated Press reported.

Given that these things take a while to work through the system, these fines are probably from 2020. Tell me again how that election was the most secure ever?

I'm not generally a fan of campaign finance regulations, but I'm not willing to take the time to dig deep enough to figure out what they actually did here and whether I agree it was wrong. They have admitted to election shenanigans with respond to their funding, so this seems deserved.

Categories Fair Elections

Thu Oct 27 20:29:15 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

An empirical answer to whether CRT is taught in schools

City JournalPublicly funded schools that teach and pass off left-wing racial-ideological theories and concepts as if they are undisputed factual knowledge—or that impart tendentiously curated readings of history—are therefore engaging in indoctrination, not education. The question before us, then, is not whether or to what extent public schools are assigning the works of Richard Delgado, Kimberlé Crenshaw, and other critical race theorists. It is whether schools are uncritically promoting a left-wing racial ideology.

To answer this and other related questions, we commissioned a study on a nationally representative sample of 1,505 18- to 20-year-old Americans—a demographic that has yet to graduate from, or only recently graduated from, high school. A complete Manhattan Institute report of all the findings from this study will be published in the coming months; what follows is a preview of some of them. Our analysis here focuses mainly on the results for the sample overall rather than for various subgroups.

We began by asking our 18- to 20-year-old respondents (82.4 percent of whom reported attending public schools) whether they had ever been taught in class or heard about from an adult at school each of six concepts—four of which are central to critical race theory. The chart below, which displays the distribution of responses for each concept, shows that “been taught” is the modal response for all but one of the six concepts. For the CRT-related concepts, 62 percent reported either being taught in class or hearing from an adult in school that “America is a systemically racist country,” 69 percent reported being taught or hearing that “white people have white privilege,” 57 percent reported being taught or hearing that “white people have unconscious biases that negatively affect non-white people,” and 67 percent reported being taught or hearing that “America is built on stolen land.” The shares giving either response with respect to gender-related concepts are slightly lower, but still a majority. Fifty-three percent report they were either taught in class or heard from an adult at school that “America is a patriarchal society,” and 51 percent report being taught or hearing that “gender is an identity choice” regardless of biological sex.

Seems conclusive to me.

Thu Oct 27 15:48:46 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Lying to get elected

Gateway PunditJames O’keefe and Project Veritas Action released a new undercover exposé video of a Mark Kelly staffer telling their journalist to lie to voters when canvassing doors and hide Kelly’s radical pro-abortion, pro-gun control, and anti-border security agenda.

Blake Masters recently destroyed Democrat Mark Kelly on the issue of our southern border in the US Senate debates, and he is gaining ground on Kelly in the polls. Mark Kelly and his staffers are anti-border security and pro-illegal immigration.

When asked to lie about Mark Kelly’s stance on abortion, the journalist asked if Mark Kelly is pro-life, and his staffer responded, “absolutely, he’s not pro-life.”

The staffer advised the journalist to say, “Mark Kelly is pro-life but also pro-keeping the government out of our healthcare. I don’t know, something stupid like that” because ” he can’t win with just Democrat votes.”

Project Veritas strikes again.

Thu Oct 27 15:46:16 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

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