Election Not Over; Vote Fraud Charges, Changes Loom — The media has declared Joe Biden president and celebrations are occurring in the anti-Trump world, which it should be noted includes China, Russia, Iran and Venezuela.
The media can’t name the president, however. The only way one can call Biden president-elect in a way it means something would be if President Trump concedes or when the electors vote.
President Trump is not conceding. His attorney Rudy Giuliani has announced that 500,000 possible fraudulent votes have been found in Pennsylvania which would overwhelmingly change the outcome.
These votes were counted in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh in violation of the law as Republican observers were excluded. Rudy says he has 50 witnesses, four of whom spoke at a just-ended press conference, willing to testify as such. He said this is only type of theft found and others are being pursued. He said similar suits will be filed in other states.
Buckle your seatbelts.
Here is Rudy’s press conference, which you likely missed as the media called the race for Biden just about the time of its scheduled start. Rudy takes the podium at about the 20 minute mark:
Election Not Over; Vote Fraud Charges, Changes Loom
Reverend Audrey Addison Williams age 67, eho will announce formally, that she is challenging Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for President of the United States of America in Naples, Florida 2 p.m., Friday July 10 v Southern Style Restaurant has released this statement.
My Candidacy and my Administration shall reinvent, recreate, and reenergize the Party of Lincoln by offering visionary leadership, ethical, responsible, mature governance that offers every citizen access to opportunity; igniting a massive grassroots movement of citizens who are actively engaged in every aspect of political life, informed, productive, creative and innovative citizens of the United States of America.
As a fiscal conservative I understand that instead of taxing wealth, together we implement policies and practices that create wealth on the grassroots.
The future of our nation depends on our ability to bring marginalized voices, the wisdom of the original peoples the heart, soul and brilliance of people of color into governance at every level in ways that infuse our government with enthusiasm, passion and commitment for a free enterprise system that is truly free and offers every American an opportunity to create and sustain wealth.
I invite my black brothers and sisters and women to return to the party of economic opportunity for all. It was the Republican Party that formed to end slavery in the South; the first blacks elected to Congress were Republicans who defended at first the right of black men to vote and protected access to the polls. We have strayed a long long way from our roots, this present national and global crises is an urgent call to return to the Party of Lincoln and re imagine what a nation truly of the people by all the people and dare to work together to create legislation, new institutions and new systems that shifts our beloved nation from fear to love and from divisive bi partisanship to spirit of collaboration ad joyful co creation honoring the very best from all perspectives and political ideologies
This is a moment of reckoning from our collective past, we are witnessing the last vestiges of a dying ideology, and White Supremacy and Patriarchy are dying a painful and very public death. There is absolutely nothing that anyone can do to top the demise of two evil and destructive systems that are anti the very life force which is creativity and the desire to know that one’s life has value and that one can make a difference.
The lie of White Supremacy has been exposed on the global stage and the world has decided that the reign of a culture of domination, acquisition, aggression, control and greed has to end. There are no winners despite the perception that White people are winning we are all weary, tired and there is a soul longing to make love and not war, our deepest yearning is for connection.
Together, we will heal the soul of America and chart a very different path forward with no one excluded. .I will be the President of all Americans. In order to facilitate the process of healing we must admit to and acknowledge our collective past and make amends. We must correct the imbalance of the feminine and masculine by bringing powerful spiritually aware, brilliant women into governance at the highest levels of governance My Cabinet will be 70% women.
I want us to focus on what “we the people” can do together between now and election day to heal our country, to bring immediate relief to those suffering from this pandemic and to build bridges that unite all races and honors the contributions of my ancestors and Indigenous peoples.
Please, hear me, we do not have to wait for government we can ensure testing is available we can calm the fears, we can bring financial resources to women and minority owned business eEnterprise hurt by this pandemic. Starting now we can offer comfort and a new vision that replaces anxiety with hope replaces fear with faith in who we are together and faith in the Divine vision given to our forefathers
In 2016, $ 6.1 billion went into all of the political races; and how have you or I benefited. We must say no to political contributions that go into ads that perpetuate the us vs. them, instead let us seed a fund with 2 billion dollars to revitalize neighborhoods and build thriving industrial centers, manufacturing centers, schools, libraries technical centers. .
Vote Count Slow Slow Slow In June 2020– – Here we are at 10:24 a.m. the day after the low-turnout June 2 primary election and only 14.25 percent of the precincts are reporting in Delaware County, Pa.
November is going to be a joy. You think maybe it would have been smarter to wait for an off-year to make drastic changes in the election process? If you were smart — unlike our leaders who happen to be mostly Democrat — you would.
Regard Covid concerns, Springfield Commissioner Bob Layden noted in his recent newsletter that combining polling places was not the smartest way to maximize social distancing.
Jordan, Dasha Make Cases In Interview — Dasha Pruett’s congressional campaign sent us Walter Ley’s interview with Dasha and Rob Jordan, her opponent in the June 2 Republican Primary for the 5th District Seat. Ley mentions that Jordan backed Hillary Clinton in 2008 and was active in gay causes, but Jordan supported The Donald in 2016 when in counted so we can’t hold that against him.
Dasha is also an outspoken Trump supporter.
Ley’s questions are objective and he gives both candidates a chance to state their views.
We are staying out of the race and not making an endorsement. Whoever wins has our complete backing in the battle with our least favorite Karen, Mary Gay Scanlon, the Democrat incumbent.
One critique for Walter: Until the redistricting travesty in 2018, the 5th District was in north-central Pennsylvania and was solid Republican. Delaware County, where the 5th now mostly resides, has been represented by some rather liberal Democrats. Joe Sestak and the late Bob Edgar both served several terms.
Biden Does Grandpa Simpson — Joe Biden did his best Grandpa Simpson impersonation at a town hall, yesterday, March 13. He stared constantly at a cell phone, ramble incoherently and appeared to wander off stage.
Biden is not going to be the nominee. Bernie is not going to be the nominee. Tulsi is not going to be the nominee. Who is going to be the nominee? Somewhere we think a witch is cackling.
Brawndo Brian Williams Heralds Idiocracy With Report On Bloomberg Spending –Highly paid MSNBC news professional Brian Williams discussed Michael Bloomberg’s failed presidential bid with highly paid New York Timesnews professional Mara Gay.
“Somebody tweeted recently, that with the money he spent he could have given every American a million dollars,” Ms. Gay opined.
“I got it, let’s put it on the screen,” said Williams. “When I read it, tonight, on social media, it all became clear. Bloomberg spent $500 million on ads. The US population is 327 million — don’t tell us if you are ahead of us on the math — he could have given each American $1 million and have had lunch money left over. It’s an incredible way of putting it.”
A more incredible way of putting it is that some still trust NBC and the New York Times as sources of information.
What Bloomie spent equals about $1.53 per American. It’s about enough for a can of Brawndo for each of us. We would have been charitable and given ours to our Democrat friends who still read the New York Times or watch an NBC product. It’s what plants crave.
Brawndo Brian Williams Heralds Idiocracy With Reporting On Bloomberg Spending
Bernie Beatdown Good But None Dare Call Joe A Traitor — Obama’s vice president won a yuge surprise victory in last night’s (March 3) Super Tuesday primaries and now has a solid inside track for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.
We frankly think it is a good thing America’s Democrats rejected Bernie Sanders, the senator from Vermont who doesn’t even call himself a Democrat but an “independent” which is merely cover for being a Marxist.
Early voters went strongly for Sanders while those who waited until election day went overwhelmingly for Joe Biden. We suspect that when yesterday rolled around Sanders’ comments about Castro and Cuba and percolated enough to become widespread public knowledge and that’s to what the voters reacted.
So is Sleepy Joe a good fit for the presidency?
Biden supported every trade deal over the last three decades. He voted for NAFTA as senator from Delaware, backed strangely unbalanced deals with China, and was a big defender of Obama’s Trans Pacific Partnership scheme.
“China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man,” he said. “They can’t even figure out how to deal with the fact that they have this great division between the China Sea and the mountains in the . . . west. They can’t figure out how they’re going to deal with the corruption that exists within the system . . . They’re not bad folks, folks, but guess what. They’re not competition for us.”
Dang Joe, you sound like the Manchurian Candidate.
John Emmons Meet and Greet — John Emmons, who is seeking the Republican nomination to run in Pennsylvania’s 6th District congressional race, will hold a meet and greet, 4-7 p.m., today, Feb. 29 at 836 Concord Road #2, Glen Mills, Pa. 19342.