The post-election fight continues


There’s not much new to report on the fight over the results of the 2020 Presidential election.  It becomes clearer by the day that Joe Biden did not win it;  his votes were largely obtained by criminal means, vote-rigging and outright electoral fraud.  It’s no longer possible for any objective individual to doubt that.  Two recent summaries point out the highlights of the facts of the matter.  If you need ammunition, read them for yourselves, and follow the links.

The first is from American Thinker:  “A compilation of twenty alleged election ‘facts’ that don’t pass the smell test“.  A brief selection:

7. In the Rust Belt, Biden lost black support everywhere except in Detroit, Philadelphia, and Milwaukee.  In those cities, every single black person apparently voted for Biden.

9. The fact that Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, and Georgia simultaneously pretended to halt ballot-counting while continuing to count is evidence of election fraud collusion.

12. In the contested states, the voting machines were alleged to have processed hundreds of thousands of ballots within a short time, which is a physical impossibility.

19. Over 100,000 Pennsylvania absentee ballots were returned a day after they were mailed out, on the day they were mailed out, or on the day before they were mailed out.

20. In all the contested areas, and at Dominion’s website, Democrats have been systematically failing to create or have destroyed all data that could be used to demonstrate fraud.  This creates the legal presumption that the data do, in fact, show fraud.

There’s more at the link.

The second article is from American Spectator:  “Legitimacy of Biden Win Buried by Objective Data“.

A growing body of evidence ranging from straightforward ballot audits to complex quantitative analyses suggests that the tabulation of the votes was characterized by enough chicanery to alter the outcome of the election. Consequently, a consensus has gradually developed among the auditors of publicly available information released by the states, and it contradicts the narrative promulgated by the Democrats and the media. The more data experts see, the less convinced they are that Biden won.

Among the analysts who question the legitimacy of Biden’s victory is Dr. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, a cybersecurity expert whose technical expertise was touted by the New York Times last September and who has been described as a hero in the Washington Monthly … His nine-page affidavit describes how it is possible to manipulate votes, where this occurred, and sums up his findings as follows:

I conclude with high confidence that the election 2020 data were altered in all battleground states resulting in hundreds of thousands of votes that were cast for President Trump to be transferred to Vice President Biden. These alterations were the result of systemic and widespread exploitable vulnerabilities in DVS, Scytl/SOE Software and Smartmatic systems that enabled operators to achieve the desired results. In my view, the evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible.

. . .

Meanwhile, no discussion of 2020 election skulduggery is complete without a discussion of the Democrat precincts that record more votes than registered voters. Rep. Bill Posey (R-Fla.) tweeted the following on that perennial topic: “According to an affidavit in the MI lawsuit, one Michigan precinct/twnship had 781.91% turnout. How does this happen?”

Good question. No fewer than six precincts listed by Rep. Posey experienced turnout exceeding 120 percent. Another 10 allegedly enjoyed 100 percent turnout. This is an insult to the electorate’s intelligence, and it happened in Democrat precincts all across the nation.

Again, more at the link.

I’m dumbfounded by the sheer chutzpah of the Democratic Party in expecting us to surrender to such naked, unmistakeable chicanery.  They really seem to believe that Americans will “roll over and play dead” in the face of a political fait accompliMillions of us will not.  I wasn’t joking when I warned, some weeks ago, that civil war was now a real possibility.  If it comes, it’s this electoral fraud that will have struck the spark and ignited the flame.

What’s equally astonishing is the complicity of the mainstream media in all this.  They seem to think that people still believe them:  that they can sway public opinion through their propaganda.  For a great many Americans, that’s no longer the case.  We don’t trust the news media at all, and regard journalists as no more trustworthy than politicians.

The journalists themselves don’t seem to get it.  They write articles with titles like “US election results: Why the most accurate bellwether counties were wrong” – but they never stop to consider that it’s the (false) election results that were wrong, not the bellwether counties.  The bellwethers voted for President Trump, and according to any authentic, non-criminally-influenced count of the votes, he did win.  They were right.

This is far from over.  President Trump’s biggest challenge is to get his evidence in front of the Supreme Court.  If he can do that, I can’t believe that our highest court will disregard or overrule the quantity and quality of that evidence.

If Joe Biden becomes President, it’ll be a sham, a fake and a public lie.  Our constitutional republic will effectively have ceased to exist – so it’ll be up to Americans who support the constitution to restore it to its rightful place.  If we can no longer trust the ballot box to produce an accurate, verifiable election result, then other means will gain stronger support.  May God preserve us from that!



  1. I don't think there are enough Republicans with backbone that will oppose the election sham to make a difference. It has become obvious that the courts are siding with Biden, if for no other reason than not wanting to appear as if they are deciding the election. Of course, they are ignoring that in refusing to get involved, they are still deciding the election. There will be no civil war if this election stands. Republicans will do what they have always done: they will bitch and complain, and eventually will come to play the loyal opposition.

    The civil war will only happen if the election is overturned. I think there is less than a 10% chance of that happening.

  2. After watching the voter integrity meeting last night here in PHX, I think the Sh*t will hit the fan at this point.

  3. This explains why Biden didn't campaign. He didn't see the need to, because the steal/fix was in the bag. The Democrats are counting on the RepubliCucks to twiddle their bow ties, and solemnly intone, "We're better than that." On the Uniparty side, they are counting on the loyal opposition to come lick their jack boots (see Mitt Romney) so they can get a position in the new administration, or be the last eaten. With the opposition neutralized, they believe that individual opposition members can be neutralized via Leftist DAs & Judges (see being charged for defending yourself against Antifa), and the rest will see that happen, and not provide an effective resistance. As noted above, bitch and complain doesn't bother the Democrats, and if you continue to do it, you're a racist who deserves to be Doxxed, and removed from American life (they have been making lists). They'll do this while sounding homilies about caring, coming together, healing, getting over the divisions, etc. Just don't make the mistake of disagreeing with their narrative.

  4. The 2A was made for this occasion, if Trump does not prevail.

    Data points

    ALL communication channels such as parler, gab, twitter, cellphones, email and this blog are at least monitored and in many cases run by Swamp operatives. I dont think serious operatives will broadcast their intentions.

    Meatspace, baby.

    "Lone wolf" attacks wreak horrific damage and require massive LEO response to contain. See Chris Dorner and Lee Malvo.

    EVERY militia group got infiltrated by the same FBI communists that supported the Democratic attempt to steal the 2016 election from Pres. Trump.

    News media management (talking heads do what they are told) is complicit in this Massive criminal conspiracy. They should and probably will suffer the same punishment as D politicians and RINOS and crooked election workers.

    There are millions of Combat veterans that will follow their oath to support and defend the COTUS against Treason committed in the form of Election Fraud.

    They don't need group instructions to proceed against all things communist. See above.

    Just looking into my crystal ball and seeing bad things happen to traitors.

  5. So, Mr. Sky:

    You use terms like "RepubCucks"…does that mean the you are gonna lead the charge? You gonna assault the DNC headquarters and fight something? Start a Cicil War?

    Folks like you toss around a lot of terms like that, but few of you ever do anything.

    I ask you…what are YOU doing to stop this? How are you changing things? What are YOU doing to prove that you are not one of those "RepubCucks" that you so despise? What do you think should be done? Are YOU willing to do it?
    Or are you all words and no action? Deeds, not words. I think you are a blowhard.

  6. "But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security."

    If they swear Biden in, there's no reason not raise the black flag, and start slitting throats.

    From that moment forward, it's on like Donkey Kong, and anything that happens afterwards is fair game.
    Marquess Of Queensbury Rules will be notable by their absence.

    Yap all you want about who will/won't play.
    Some people will, and they'll be within their rights as human beings.
    Anyone and everyone too timid to join the fray at that point, deserves whatever happens to them afterwards.
    The only question germane to discussion at that point is "Will you be a serf, or a free man?"

    The only rule of war is simple: "Don't lose."

  7. And yet no court has found any evidence of these allegations. Furthermore, despite extensive investigation by US attorneys and the FBI, A-G William Barr has conceded they have not uncovered evidence of widespread fraud that would change the outcomes of the election.

  8. One observation about the ability of police forces to counter anbactual (though massively incompetent) lone wolf was the response to the Soviet-inspired nut who shot up a Connecticut State Police barracks, killing one officer.
    He ran into the woods, made no further attacks or ambushes, and it still took over 1,000 police 2 weeks to catch him.
    If it goes ballistic, presume that all communications are compromised, and look for those points of inflection or persons of influence where a small action can have broader results.
    Look at the effects of Soros' plan to put leftists in at the States' attorney / DA positions (protecting rioters) and the Secty of State positions (certifying fraudulent election results).
    We are in a time of change, when those who would be our masters are building and solidifying their positions as oligarchs, but they are few, and most of our structures of force (mikitary/ police) do not yet acknowledge them as their masters.
    We may have a little time yet. Or not. Find the schwerpunkt.
    John in Indy

  9. @Mark: It's not the job of the courts to "find evidence". That's for the plaintiff – and the Trump legal team and others have literally hundreds of sworn affidavits, statistical and technical analyses, etc. There's evidence in plenty.

    The problem is to file a court case in a venue where all that evidence can be brought to bear. In a narrow case (for example, if they allege fraud in vote counting in Wisconsin), they can't use any of the evidence that isn't relevant and pertinent to Wisconsin, except in the broadest outline as supporting evidence of a trend across the nation. So far, some lower state courts have found in favor of such cases, some have not. Same with higher state court cases. Federal courts have had very few of the cases, because most of them have to wend their way through state courts first. That's the way the US system works.

    The first cases are now past the state courts, having been rejected for various reasons. Most had nothing to do with the evidence, but rather with procedural issues; and some may have been decided on the basis of partisan politics (for example, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has 5 Democratic Party judges to one Republican). The Trump legal team has to get them through lower-level Federal courts to the Supreme Court, which judges for the whole country. At that point, they can offer most of their evidence in support of the particular issue at stake, on the grounds that a national pattern can be demonstrated. After that, it's up to SCOTUS to make the call.

    Trump's biggest problem right now is time. Electors have to be confirmed by December 14th. It's very unlikely his legal team can get this done by then. It may have to drag on until early January before SCOTUS can rule. At that point, of course, SCOTUS can declare the electoral fraud to have been so widespread as to nullify the election in various states; and under those circumstances, the election defaults to either State legislatures (to choose a new slate of electors), or, if the electors have already (and wrongly) been certified, then the election defaults to the House and the Senate, in terms of the Constitution. SCOTUS won't actually name anyone President, but they can (and, in the past, they have) blocked avenues they found problematic in favor of other Constitutional remedies.

    All this parroting about "there's no evidence" is so much twaddle. Equally, to say that "no court has found any evidence" is to mis-state the case. Courts have not ruled on most of the broad issues, only narrowly defined cases; and they can't rule on evidence that isn't placed before them. The whole affair is very much in flux.

    I find the available evidence more than convincing, as my blog posts since the election will demonstrate. I think the massive perpetration of electoral fraud is beyond doubt. The question is, what to do about it going forward. That's out of my hands – but if it comes to making a choice, I'll go with the constitutional foundation of our Republic, not what the progressive left and the biased news media have to say.

  10. @Peter. I see you’ve completely ignored my last comment, namely that the US Attorney-General William Barr has stated that there is no evidence of widespread fraud and certainly not enough to have changed any of the results. He’s based this on investigations by the FBI and US attorneys.
    This is also in addition to the statement of the former Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Chris Krebs saying in effect that there is no evidence that the voting system was compromised.
    It’s strange that all of the allegations that you seem to be able to source from the web though various online publications, blogs, “analysis” by purported experts have not been translated in a sustainable court actions or even support by high level Trump appointees.
    Just like these allegations of fraud, people also believe in the Loch Ness Monster. As a result, we get grainy photos of floating logs, unverified encounters and “expert” opinions as evidence and yet no actual monster.

  11. @Mark: would this be the same FBI that ignored the HRC email server? Or the one that spent months on the Steele dossier?

  12. @Mark: Barr did not say there is "no" evidence. He said his agency's investigations had not found any. However, there's no indication of what investigations have been made, or how deep they went. The Trump legal team has already responded to Barr, as you doubtless know. His statement is far from definitive, and definitely not conclusive.

    As for "all the allegations" I've brought forward, they are all documented by sources I find believable. I don't care if others dismiss them – I want evidence that they should be dismissed. So far, nobody has provided any. If an affidavit states X, where is the affidavit stating that X is a lie, and it didn't happen that way? Give me that, and I'll look closely. Ignore the affidavit, and simply claim that X didn't happen, and I have a problem.

    To quote the late, great Robert Heinlein:

    “What are the facts? Again and again and again – what are the facts? Shun wishful thinking, ignore divine revelation, forget what “the stars foretell,” avoid opinion, care not what the neighbors think, never mind the unguessable “verdict of history” – what are the facts, and to how many decimal places? You pilot always into an unknown future; facts are your single clue. Get the facts!”

    I'm not satisfied that the facts have yet been adequately investigated and tested, by either side – but simply dismissing claims as "unproven" or "biased" or whatever isn't going to do it.

  13. Barr has his head up his Fourth Point of Contact.
    (Which explains the total lack of anything happening since Pres. Trump dumped his first Biggest Mistake, AG MIA Sessions, doesn't it?)

    Anything out of Barr's mouth has to pass out his anus first, and has.

    Given that after total admission that they lied to the surveillance court four times about the warrants authorizing illegal surveillance on Trump et al, and yet to date, not one single FBI agent nor executive has even been referred to one single DOJ U.S. attorney for criminal indictment nor prosecution, after four years, and that the former SecState has not been indicted for 30,000+ direct and willful violations of federal law, including breaches of national security that would get a PFC in the Army 500 years in Leavenworth, I can only conclude that you have a stage IV case of Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect.

    If you're waiting for the Deep State to take cognizance of what over half the country can see from way out in flyover land, I suppose you'd also condemn the American Revolution itself, because to date, the British parliament "sees no evidence of ill treatment by King George III sufficient to merit a revolution".

    This is not going to be played out by obsolete rules followed by only one side, adjudicated by the players already in on the fix.

    If you wanted this to be colored in neatly between the lines, with the cavalry riding in in the nick of time to save the day, you're liable to be sorely disappointed. This ain't an old-time Hollywood movie, it's the audience participation portion of the republic.

    In the upcoming election/selection, the voting will be done from the rooftops, and nominations and elections will be conducted under the same standards as applied in the hearse ride scene from "The Magnificent Seven".

    There will be no recounts, nor gamer respawns, and it will be winner-take-all, and Devil take the hindmost.

    If that's news to anyone, I'm sorry to be the one to break your bubble, and let the cold winds of Reality blow in.

    But there it is.

    No one is coming to save you.

    Try not.
    Or do not.
    There is no "Try".

    "The Second Amendment ain't about duck hunting" is about to become graven in blood-smeared stone on the national consciousness. Or else we're going to get a kulak gulaging that will be biblical. And everyone is on The List.

    It will be one or the other.

    There Can Be Only One.

  14. @Chris Nelson If I believed you were someone who wouldn’t act in an unchristian manner by name calling and adopting an aggressive attitude with someone who simply disagrees with you, I’d gladly accept your sincere prayers.

  15. @Mark

    We don't have a disagreement. I have gone out, did hard work and helped find the truth, yet you have done nothing but talk. If you have some decent analytic SQL skills you could actual download the data and examine some of the abyss for yourself.

    I've done the queries, found the anomalies and deceit in the official voting records and my mates found other issues and followed up with interviews that verified the falsehoods. These were not mistakes, they were fraud. There was a lot of little frauds like votes from voters registered in foreign countries. And large frauds like computer hacks that purged thousands of votes.

    If God can save a tax collector, surely he can help you see the truth. If you won't spend some effort seeking the truth, he has very little to work with right now. And listening to the media isn't effort.

    "They speak falsehood to one another;
    With flattering lips and with a double heart they speak."
    -Psalm 12:2

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