Ozzie Myers Confesses To Philly Vote Fraud — The legendary Michael “Ozzie” Myers — yes, the one-time Democrat congressman for Philadelphia’s 1st District is a legend who has inspired movies and songs — is back in the news for orchestrating vote fraud in Philadelphia.
Granted, the fraud to which Ozzie copped a plea occurred in primary elections in 2014 and 2018 but only a blind fool would think similar things weren’t likely in 2020.
Myers has confessed to colluding for several years with 39th Ward judges of elections Domenick J. Demuro of the 36th Division and Marie Beren of the 2nd Division to add votes for his preferred candidates.
The Department of Justice says Myers paid Demuro between $300 and $5,000 per election while he merely directed Ms. Beren as to whom to give the votes.
That sexist bastard.
If one is Boomer like Barr who can’t get one’s mind around the tech behind 2000 Mules, ask why certified ballot-counting GOP watchers in Philly were unwillingly kept 18 feet away — an impossible distance at which to discern details — as thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands, of ballots were counted.
Ask whatever did happen to those USB drives and laptop used to program voting machines that were stolen from a city warehouse just before the election.
We’re sure there is an innocent explanation. Snort.
They are on a pace to hit 660 for 2022 according to Dom.
The Republicans control both chambers. The House, which has a 112-89 R edge, can impeach Krasner with a simple majority. Two-thirds of the Senate, though, is required for removal. The Republican advantage, there, is 28-20 with one independent who caucuses R, and one vacancy.
Congresswoman Carjacked In Sorosdelphia — We just learned via the great Gateway Pundit that Mary Gay Scanlon was carjacked on Pattison Avenue in Philly, about 2:45 this afternoon (Dec. 22) after leaving a meeting about development in FDR Park.
Maybe that’s why our Democrat congresswoman — Pennsylvania’s 5th District — has yet to respond to our query regarding the use of ivermectin to treat congressional covid cases.
Mary Gay, according to GP, is fine albeit she lost her 2017 Acura MDX, personal cell phone, federal government cell phone and personal ID.
The perps were two armed men. You would think a better description would be available.
Will we find it true that a conservative is a liberal who gets carjacked? Hope so but we wouldn’t bet on it.
Wasn’t that long ago, the stadium neighborhood was among the safest in the city.
Dom Explains Why Krasner Must Go— The great Dom Giordano, yesterday, had a panel discussion about Larry Krasner, the Soros-supported Philadelphia district attorney who is doing is absolute best to destroy the city.
Krasner is being challenged by in Tuesday’s Democrat primary by Carlos Vega, a long-time former assistant Philadelphia D.A.
Dom’s panel featured Victim’s Rights Advocate Maureen Faulkner; Roz Pichardo of Operation Save Our City; Nick Gerace of Protect Our Police PAC; and former Philadelphia prosecutor Richie Sax.
Then November 3, the night of the election, everything they had been predicting to me would happen, happened. I am not going to make this essay a full account of the steal. ONE SHOULD SEE SIDNEY POWELL’S SUBSEQUENT LAWSUITS AT SCOTUS FOR EXPLANATIONS AND AFFADAVITS: IT IS NOT THE POINT OF THIS ESSAY I AM WRITING HERE. But any political scientist can explain that to steal the national election one does not need “widespread election fraud”: instead, with deep election fraud in five cities, one can flip the states they are in, thereby flip the electoral college, and thereby steal the election nationally. And what do you, know, those five cites (Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Phoenix) experienced unprecedented “shutting down” of vote counting in the middle of election night on November 3. Some of those cities saw goons muscling observers away from vote counting centers on various trumped up reasons, while others taped pizza boxes across windows to block observation.In Atlanta’s State Farm Arena in Atlanta, a “water main break” forcing the evacuation of the vote counting area of and in the few hours when the courting was “closed”, hundreds of thousands of votes were pushed through the system, often showing 99.4% and even 100% runs for Biden, thousands of ballots in a row. (A month later, the Georgia investigators reported that a urinal had simply overflowed. ) In some places, security cameras caught workers in these windows grabbing cases of ballots out of hiding and feeding them into machines while counting was stopped for spurious reasons.
Black Friday Name Origin Joseph P. Barrett originally was published Nov. 25, 2015. The men responsible for naming the day, Joe Barrett and Nate Kleger were co-workers and friends of William Lawrence Sr. who provides us with our Omnibits and Cryptowits.
Black Friday, in reference to the day after Thanksgiving, was first used in a 1951 article in the trade publication Factory Management and Maintenance” and concerned the habit of employees calling in sick the day after the holiday to get a four-day weekend.
The article by M. J. Murphy recommended just making the day a paid holiday.
However, the term’s use as a day of shopping chaos has a Philadelphia root, the popularization of which can be squarely placed on the shoulders of Joseph P. Barrett and Nathan Kleger, who were police reporters with the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
Philadelphia traffic squad cops had been using the phrase to describe the massive Center City traffic jams that occurred the day after Thanksgiving. Kleger and Barrett wrote a front-page piece circa 1960 in which they appropriated the phrase. The paper in ensuing years continued with the phrase and local TV soon joined.
Stolen Philly USB Drives Reprise — The Philadelphia Inquirerreported, Oct. 1, that a laptop and USB drives used to program Philadelphia voting machines were stolen from a city warehouse in East Falls.
The laptop did not hold any “sensitive election-related data” and was not used for election programming, said spokeswoman Katina Granger, of Election Systems & Software of Omaha, Nebraska, the manufacturer. She said ES&S immediately cut it off from the vendor’s network upon learning of the theft.
She said she was not able to address specifics about the stolen USB drives, including how many were taken and what was on them.
City election commission spokesman Nicm Custodio did not answer emailed questions, including whether any of the 3,750 ExpressVote XL touchscreen ballot-marking devices used by the city might have been affected.
Except for the Oct. 1 story that went out on the wires we couldn’t find anything else about it. You think it would be kind of a big deal.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, Monday (March 16), sent home all toll booth operators. Motorists who don’t have E-ZPass will have their license automatically photographed and a bill for the toll sent to them. A man-made traffic snarl has just ended. Will the toll booth takers ever come back?
On rainy days early Friday afternoon the streets of Manayunk are quiet. Despite the quiet, if you look around, you can see the merchants gearing up for the busy nightlife to come. Manayunk is a section of Philadelphia 15 minutes from Center City, King of Prussia, and the Mainline running along the Schuylkill River, with a strip full of many diverse shops, restaurants, spas and recreational facilities packed into a very small space.
One wonders how they survive. How do all of these restaurants compete with each other? I walk down the street looking at all of the stores, restaurants and businesses in wonder. I like to come here in the early afternoon when fewer things are open and the streets are not crowded and one can have a choice of quiet restaurants at which to dine. I notice that some businesses have closed, but only a few, leaving the storefront properties available right there on the main street. It is prime commercial real estate to be taken by someone who will add their commercial interests to a place booming with business and activities in the evening hours and weekends. The Manayunk Stroll the Street program initiated this past summer to introduce visitors to Manayunk has helped make the business district even more visible.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day every Thursday this summer one could shop, walk, and stroll through the neighborhood late into the evening. The majority of the restaurants, bars and recreation facilities participated with free offerings. From enjoying $6 spiked lemonades from Bourbon Blue, or Spritz Watermelon Margaritas, or Pink Punch at Craft Manayunk along with some spiced chicken skewers to Jakes Wine Bar where you could enjoy Napa Pinot Noir or Pan Seared Figs with Gremzelax Crisp Prosciutto and Port wine reduction, you could enjoy your walk paying $6 for food and drink. Most likely next summer the same type of adventure, due to its success, will await you. Be prepared to stroll the streets and enjoy the nightlife. There are always activities in this small section of Philadelphia not only in the summer and night, but all year round, (more than I can possibly list in this article) and their calendar is readily available online.
If you would like to explore some adventure off the beaten path right in your backyard and not in crowded downtown Center City, Manayunk is available for you all year round and close to many of the suburban cities. You can find out more about this small, but popular, section of the city at www.manayunk.com. Just take a look at their events, or better yet, sign up for the newsletter or the online magazine so that you will be ready, at any time, to take advantage of the adventure that awaits.