Tag Archive for 'Trump'

Election Fraud Claims

As stated below, I’m inclined to believe that there was massive election fraud. Biden barely campaigned. Trump has thousands show at his rallies.

I have long thought the Dems added an element of fraud to all elections.

I think they over played their hand. They thought they could win with little interference and then realized late at night they needed to crank up the machines and put out the votes for Biden, creating all the anomalies that people are seeing.

But…

I am hard pressed to believe that Trump is going to convince the typical Biden voter that he won. I’m really hard pressed to believe that Trump will convince enough of them.

But maybe elections will get fixed going forward.

That might be the dumbest sentence I’ve ever typed.

I certainly was wrong on Biden being replaced. Or maybe Nancy’s 25th Amendment noise in October of 2020 was a trail run for getting Biden moved out in favor of the retired sex worker.

Trump and the Election

Lots and lots of claims about election fraud. Even Sidney Powell has publicly made several claims of outrageous behavior on the part of election officials in various places.

I will admit that these claims fit my priors and biases about the left and big government / deep state.

There may be some proof of this claimed fraud that might persuade some of my typical Dem friends, but not enough to convince the Dem voters at large that Trump won the election. So, yeah…, I think it is pretty much over and that Kamala Harris will be prez in short order.

Kamala as President will be an interesting phenomenon.

Election 2020

Just another kluged up affair in 2020.

I’m trying to avoid the MSM and not get too crazy chasing down bits of info that fly by. There have been reports of vote dumps that are troubling. At some point in the future I’ll track all this down as best I can to see if I concur with reported election results.

As for the moment, we appear to be inside the recount threshold. I fully expect both parties to avail themselves of recounts is they see any advantage. This is going to drag on for a while.

I feel dirty

I voted today. Some of my friends and relatives will be pleased to learn this fact. I myself feel somewhat small as I allowed myself to be badgered into voting. I am only happy I didn’t have to wait in line.

I feel somewhat dirty because I take the Mencken position when it comes to voting:

The state—or, to make the matter more concrete, the government—consists of a gang of men exactly like you and me. They have, taking one with another, no special talent for the business of government; they have only a talent for getting and holding office. Their principal device to that end is to search out groups who pant and pine for something they can’t get, and to promise to give it to them. Nine times out of ten that promise is worth nothing. The tenth time it is made good by looting A to satisfy B. In other words, government is a broker in pillage, and every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods.

I feel this is especially the case with this years presidential election. We have to old men running for the office. The incumbent is a NYC real estate developer. We know he’s a crook just by that fact. But since the press has never said anything about this over the years, due to I believe, he’s the one that bribed all the NY politicians. Neither side is willing to talk about the crimes they committed. The other is a lifelong congress/senate creature that is one of the most corrupt people in all of Washington, DC. He used to be known as the senator from MBNA.

According to Quote Investigator: In 1956 the press of Johns Hopkins University released an important compilation of essays by H. L. Mencken under the title “A Carnival of Buncombe” edited by Malcolm Moos. An essay called “Sham Battle” was published in the “Baltimore Evening Sun” on October 26, 1936, and it has been reprinted in this collection. Mencken presented an uncompromisingly harsh evaluation of the electoral process. Boldface has been added to excerpts.

I see that I have a tag “Biden will be replaced.” One more thing I was wrong about.

The Third Day

It’s the third day of the new Trump administration.

Nothing has happened.

Posted…

Without a lot of comment:

Just my little attempt to Make America Great Again!

Tonight’s Debate

I guess this is true!

Heh…

This is Kind of a Big Deal

The Justice Department has granted immunity to the former State Department staffer who worked on Hillary Clinton’s private email server as part of a criminal investigation into the possible mishandling of classified information, according to a senior law enforcement official.

The Washington Post

I think that one of the reasons Trump is so popular is that many people (I count myself among them) know that if they had mishandled government information the way that Hillary had, they would be in jail. People are tired of a two or more tiered justice system. People are tired of insiders getting preferential treatment. Treatment that is not available to me and mine…

Note from a Trump Supporter: It’s the Immigration, Stupid!

The Education Realist, who is a favorite:

I want another forty year pause in immigration, putting a near-total block on every possible means of legal or illegal access. In part because I’m a teacher who sees no opportunities for far too many of my students thanks to immigration, network hiring, and the constant wage pressure of a never-ending unskilled labor supply. In part because the government is incapable of enforcing the laws so necessary to our national security and well-being, since even the best-intentioned state and federal employees see t

Note from a Trump Supporter: It’s the Immigration, Stupid!

Trump takes heat after call for ‘complete shutdown’ on Muslims entering U.S. | Dallas Morning News

I don’t think, oh I don’t really know what to call them, other than the uniparty, don’t understand the American people very well. It appears to me that Trump does. The members of the uniparty getting their panties in a wad:

Among religious groups and politicians from both parties, the repudiation of Trump’s remarks was swift and severe. Trump is “unhinged,” said one Republican rival, former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, while another, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, called the proposal for a ban “offensive and outlandish.”

And:

Hillary Clinton said the idea was “reprehensible, prejudiced and divisive.” Organizations representing Jews, Christians and those of other faiths quickly joined Muslims in denouncing Trump’s proposal.

Source: Trump takes heat after call for ‘complete shutdown’ on Muslims entering U.S. | Dallas Morning News