Pastor Steve And Kim Now 5 Days A Week — Face the Culture hosted by Pastor Steve Gruen and Kim Kennedy is now airing 7-8 p.m., EST, Mondays through Fridays on the Liberty Channel on RedStateTalkRadio.com.
Republicans To Blame For Mail-In Ballot Fiasco In Pa — Carmerla Ciliberti puts the blame squarely where it belongs regarding the results of the November election in her latest podcasts.
She notes that it was the Republicans who controlled both houses of the Pennsylvania legislature when it passed the unconstitutional Act 77 that gave us mail-in ballots.
A court ruling that a circle is square does not make it so.
Carmela also points out that Act 77 was written before Covid was a thing.
Regarding the election, she’s not even blaming vote fraud. She says that the Democrats worked all summer collecting ballots to the point where they were confident enough in victory where they felt no need to debate according to tradition.
The ballots might have even been honestly filled out. Many in this state can’t even name our senators, after all.
Pennsylvania Election Bright Spots — Carmela Ciliberti’s latest podcast, from Dec. 5, is a postmortem on the November election in the Keystone State.
She notes that while it appears the Democrats will flip the State House — three unfilled seats in the Pittsburgh area are almost certainly going to go D which will give that party a one-vote advantage — many new Republicans have been elected in both the House and Senate and they are not beholden to the old ways of doing things.
And the GOP still have a 28-22 edge in the Senate losing no seats albeit John Yudichak, the former Independent who represented the 14th District, is being replaced by true-blue D Nick Miller.
Yudichak had been a D but switched to Independent and caucused with the Republicans. He declined to seek re-election after the 14th, which had been centered in Luzerne County, was redistricted to the Lehigh Valley.
Carmela notes that the election also remains uncertified and that 147 petitions for recounts have been filed in 41 of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties.
She notes that Sen. Ryan Aument, the Republican hack from the 36th District in Lancaster County, wants to make recounts harder claiming they are a waste of time and money.
Aument is the Senate’s GOP Caucus Secretary.
Hey Senator, why not ban ballot harvesting and mail-in ballots? Too hard? How about 24/7 ballot dropboxes? You think the solar-powered cameras are good enough security? Let’s look at the log the officer supposedly doing the surveilling keeps. There will obviously be some suspicious behavior recorded if something is watched 24/7 for a month. He is keeping a log right?
Update On Krasner Impeachment From Carmela Ciliberti — Chesco attorney Carmela Ciliberti’s latest podcast gives an update on looming impeachment of Philadelphia’s out-of-control district attorney, Larry Krasner. Murders in the city are up 59 percent since won election. He blames everybody else.
Carmela does expect the state legislature to successfully impeach Krasner this session but does feel the effort is waking up many.
Dem Candidate Was Ripped By Mother Jones — Carmela Ciliberti’s latest podcast concerns David Cunningham, the Democratic seeking to unseat incumbent John Lawrence in Pennsylvania House District 13.
The 13th District consists of the townships of East Nottingham, Elk, Franklin, Highland, London Britain, London Grove, Londonderry, Lower Oxford, New London, Penn, Upper Oxford, West Fallowfield and West Nottingham and the boroughs of Oxford and West Grove, all in Chester County.
Carmela ran against Lawrence in the Republican primary and heaped upon him loads of criticism. We suspect, though, after hearing her Oct. 5 show that it’s a pretty safe bet that she’s voting for him on Nov. 8.
She reveals that Cunningham’s employer for the last 31 years was Landmark Education. This is the successor to Erhard Seminars Training or est founded by Werner Erhard and was an influential faddish cult in the 1970s.
Cunningham is also the subject of a not-so-flattering story by Laura McClure published Aug. 17, 2009 in Mother Jones.
And Carmela expresses particular ire at Cunningham’s Landmark sessions for children.
Erhard and est — yeah, no caps — played a significant role in the feelings over facts cultural shift which is causing so much misery today.
Where do the Democrats find such candidates anyway?
Krasner Impeachment Update By Carmela Ciliberti — The Carmela Ciliberti Show’s most recent subject concerned the pending impeachment of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner and the misery he is inflicting on the birthplace of America.
‘Dangerous’ Toni Shuppe Responds To Shaprio Threat — Toni Shuppe of AuditTheVotePa mocked Democrat Josh Shapiro’s dire claim of danger that she would become Pennsylvania Secretary of State if Republican Sen. Doug Mastriano were to become governor.
“I’m a mother of three kids,” she said in a PA Real News podcast. “What in the world qualifies me to be the secretary of state of Pennsylvania?”
Leave aside that she has a mechanical engineering degree from Penn State, worked in a nuclear power plant, and started her own business, being a mom is a much better qualification than being a hungry lawyer who worked for Pennsylvania’s largest corporate cronyist.
Or a guy who lived off his parents as opposed to Toni who took care of her dad when he developed cancer.
Seriously, would you trust John Fettergirlyman to work in a nuclear power plant?
It would be real life Homer Simpson.
Toni has just one question for Shapiro in response to his Tweet about her being “dangerous”: “I just want to know from Josh Shapiro what’s so bad about a transparent election?”
Toni said that AuditTheVote did canvassing in 12 counties.
“I personally went and knocked doors with my volunteers in five different counties. In every one there were issues. Every one I would knock a door and there were more people registered to vote than actually lived there. In some cases we found people who signed affidavits saying they didn’t vote in 2020 but on record according to the State Department there is a vote assigned to them.”
She said Delaware County had a 59 percent discrepancy rate meaning the occupant said no to either he or she was living in the house at the time of the election, how many were registered at the house or how many voted and compared them to the State Department’s certified results.
She said Allegheny County had a 78 percent discrepancy rate.
She says she has become good friends and allies with vote analyst Seth Keshel.
Toni lives in Beaver County in the Pittsburgh area but travels through the state as she did in Aston on Sept. 1 to raise issues about voting issues and citizen involvement. She does it two or three days a week.
She says she has a great working relationship with Mastriano due to his early support for her efforts but is not part of his campaign and these trips are not campaign stops for him.
“If we’re campaigning for something, it’s just for voter integrity,” she said.