Pro Life Dem Censored On X; Campaign Ad Displays Aborted Fetuses

Pro Life Dem Censored On X; Campaign Ad Displays Aborted Fetuses

By Bob Small

Normally, I wouldn’t revisit a previously reviewed candidate. However, the unique Democratic Pro-Life Atheist Progressive candidate, Terissa Bukovinac recently released her TV ad featuring “graphic images of aborted babies” in the New Hampshire market as she has qualified for the New Hampshire primary presidential ballot, along with other Democrat candidates not named Joe Biden.

She has previously said that “this is not a campaign to win”,  but to serve as “a voice for these babies” and “represent pro-life Democrats in the political sphere.”

Recently, X censored her and locked her campaign account despite Elon Musk’s claims of being a free-speech absolutist.

“Last year, Bukovinac and another pro-life activist, Lauren Handy, recovered the remains of more than 115 aborted children outside a Washington, D.C., abortion facility,” wrote National Review. “Five of the children were fully formed, and there is evidence that these aborted children may have been victims of partial-birth abortions — a violation of federal law. That said, there has been no formal investigation into the deaths of these preborn children.”

Ms. Bukovinac has gone one step further than previous major party pro-life candidates such as Ellie McCormick and Randall Terry in that her graphic ads are actually being aired!  How this affects decision making on this issue is to be determined.

Ms. Bukovinac’s campaign posters feature large fetuses from the truck with the caption “murdered by Santangelo,” referring to Dr. Cesare Santangelo at the Washington Surgi-Clinic. “

Biden called out by pro-life Democrat running protest …

Referring to the remains of the 115 fetal remains (see above) she said that “rocked my world”.

“There’s no coming back from that,” she said.

She was included in the 2024 New Hampshire Lesser known Candidate Forum presented by CSPAN.

She was the only female included in the 14 candidates.  

This show is an hour long and well worth watching.

Three of the organizations she’s involved with are;

America’s First Pro-Life Organization | Americans United for Life

DFLA – Pro-Life for the Whole Life – Democrats For Life of …

Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising

Pro Life Dem Censored On X; Campaign Ad Displays Aborted Fetuses

Pro Life Dem Censored On X; Campaign Ad Displays Aborted Fetuses

Elon Downsizes Election Integrity Team; Conservative Visibility Seems Back

Elon Downsizes Election Integrity Team; Conservative Visibility Seems Back –X, formerly known as Twitter, announced yesterday, Sept. 27, that it has halved its Election Integrity team, and fired its new administrator, Aaron Rodericks. 

“Oh you mean the ‘Election Integrity’ Team that was undermining election integrity? Yeah, they’re gone,” said X-owner Elon Musk.

Independent thinkers and establishment skeptics have been noticing a huge drop-off in interactions which seemed to come to a head last week.

Tucker Carlson’s program on the platform dropped from 421.2 million for Episode 24, an interview with Argentinian presidential candidate Javier Milei, to 7.6 million for Episode 25, an interview with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

His latest, Episode 26, an interview with Bill O’Reilly, last night, has 13.9 million views as of 1 p.m., Sept. 28.

As of today, visibility seems significantly better at least for @billlawr.

Elon Downsizes Election Integrity Team

Joe Fried On Fox Settlement

Joe Fried On Fox Settlement — CPA and election integrity activist Joe Fried has published on Substack a great take on the Fox vs Dominion Voting Systems legal battle.

Read it here.

Lawfare may be the greatest threat to our freedoms.

Joe Fried On Fox Settlement

Dominion Answers Would Have Been Found If Fox Fought

Dominion Answers Would Have Been Found If Fox Fought — Fox, showing the courage for which corporate America is known, caved in its court case with Dominion Voting Systems confessing it told lies about the company after the 2020 election and paying it $787 million to avoid a $1.6 billion settlement.

One would have thought they would have at least gone to trial simply to keep their cred which would be higher with a fighting loss rather than rolling over.

One would have thought that even with a defeat in a jury trial they sill had numerous paths to appeal as Dominion would presumably fall under the public figure/public official standard created by New York Times vs Sullivan .

If the company that runs our elections is not a public official what exactly is?

Further, if Fox showed some spine it could have perhaps compelled Dominion officials to answer the questions they refused to take from the Pennsylvania Senate.

Further, the could have queried them about their strident opposition to software audits such as one they one they squelched in Fulton County, Pa.

And maybe they could have even brought up how Fulton County, itself, is suing Dominion. They could have maybe worked into the debate the findings of   Wake Technology Services Inc.  concerning Dominion machines.

The opposition to audits is obvious grounds for suspicion.

Cowardice is going to kill this country.

And regardless of whether the suspicions are grounded or that Dominion is evil or any other similar thought lurking in the minds of millions of Americans, why are we using private machines for our elections? Why does the intellectual property of corporations take precedence over election transparency?

Demand answers to these questions starting with your committeeman and take it all the way to the governor.

Oh, the latest concerning Fulton County regarding lawfare and the destruction of faith in our elections: https://www.inquirer.com/politics/election/fulton-county-dominion-voting-machines-sanctions-pa-supreme0court-20230419.html

Note that Pennsylvania’s partisan Supreme Court is not saying Wake TSI found nothing. It’s saying it shouldn’t have looked.

Dominion Answers Would Have Been Found If Fox Fought
Dominion Answers Would Have Been Found If Fox Fought

Change Sex But Not Weight

Change Sex But Not Weight –Today’s question: Why do our academic and media authorities say one can change one’s sex but not one’s body weight?

Anyone? Anyone?

The links we gave to articles defending these practices are written authoritatively using objective language.

For this nation to be saved it is imperative to understand that just because something is written or said authoritatively doesn’t make it true.

A litmus test is to watch the dissenters. If allowed voice, shoddy logic will be exposed. A perfect recent example is Ye’s “I heart Hitler” appearance on Alex Jones.

Kudos to Alex. It’s one big reason why he should not be scrubbed from society.

If dissenters are gaslit and shouted down, however, the odds start getting high they are in the right.

It doesn’t mean they are but one can’t fault those on the sidelines for thinking that.

Also be suspicious of those who speak authoritatively. In other words . . .

Change Sex But Not Weight

Shout Out To PatriotOnline

Shout Out To PatriotOnline — Elon has taken Twitter and fired the bullies. The guy formerly known as Kanye West is buying Parler. Donald Trump’s TruthSocial is soaring and Gab is maturing.

October 2022 is a good month for free speech.

We’d like to give a shout out to Greg Stenstrom’s social media site Patriot.Online.

It’s interesting, intelligent, easy to use and has a strong Philadelphia-region flavor.

Meanwhile, the place formerly known as Facebook, is collapsing. Being a censorious, hypocritical wannabe tyrant really doesn’t pay in the end, does it Kommissar?

And we’ll take our share of the credit.

Shout Out To PatriotOnline
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Assange And Free Speech Defended At D.C. Rally

Assange And Free Speech Defended At D.C. Rally

By Bob Small

Speaking about the oath he took when he joined the Marines, Scott Ritter said “Not that I will defend the President no matter what, but that I will defend the Constitution.”

Ritter was one of the many speakers, Sunday, Oct. 8 in D.C. front of the Department of Justice. 

Whether this is now the Department of Injustice is a topic for another discussion. 

We, the audience and the speakers, and the still independent media were here to show support for  Julian Assange — the rally was named Hands Off Assange after all– and to defend what we have left of a free press.

Three of us had driven from Swarthmore, Pa to Washington, DC and attended our first DC rally in however many years.

We had attending many rallies getting both arrested and even injured for various causes. 

Assange And Free Speech Defended At D.C. Rally

At a certain point, I found myself repeating Admiral James Stockdale’s line,“Who am I and what am I doing here”.

When I could no longer find grace in going to these events, it seemed like there was no real reason to go.

So why return?  There are many reasons including defending the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.

The very blog you’re reading is covered by this, as are all blogs in the USA no matter how much with them you may disagree.

Britain is only now about enshrine free speech in a Bill of Rights.

Boris Johnson first proposed it and became a good argument for it.

If we are not activists for the rights in our Bill of Rights, they revert to only being words.

As to the rally itself, most of the hundred or so people remained till the end encouraged, no doubt, by the free ice cream provided by one of the speakers, Ben Cohen who is the Ben in Ben and Jerrys.

Assange And Free Speech Defended At D.C. Rally

Vimeo Cancels UNJABBED, A Short Dystopian Cartoon Drama

Vimeo Cancels UNJABBED, A Short Dystopian Cartoon Drama — Vimeo has cancelled UNJABBED, an animated work of dystopian fiction by
Ken Avidor.

Vimeo claimed Avidor’s work:

  • Conveys false or misleading health-related information that has a serious potential to cause public harm
  • Perpetuates false or misleading claims about vaccine safety
  • Claims that the Coronavirus is a hoax or promotes various other conspiracy theories around the virus

It’s fiction.

And an entertaining way of spending seven minutes.

Amazingly it remains on YouTube.

Here’s the first episode.

Steve Kirsch has links to all three episodes on his Substack page.

Watch it while you can. Odds are YouTube will be pulling it soon.

Vimeo Cancels UNJABBED, A Short Dystopian Cartoon Drama
Vimeo Cancels UNJABBED, A Short Dystopian Cartoon Drama

Why We Can’t Hate DuckDuckGo Too Much

Why We Can’t Hate DuckDuckGo Too Much — While Chesco’s DuckDuckGo is getting a lot of hate for its flirtation with wokism, we can’t bring ourselves to join in, at least too much.

Here are yesterday’s (April 17) referrals from search engines to this site.

Why We Can't Hate DuckDuckGo Too Much

The Duck is between a 10th and a 50th the size of Google yet it got us 12 times the finds as the corrupting crawler from California.

Just the same, we have switched to Brave. We’ve long used the browser but we are now using the search engine as well and we like it.

By the way, Ecosia.com, Qwant.com, Dogpile and AOL search engines combined got us more searches than Google.

Google does not give you what you look for but gives you what it wants. Avoid it at all costs.