Thought for the day

"The Elderly are useless eaters." -- Henry Kissinger, Quoted in the book "The Final Days".

Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake announced Thursday she is pursuing legal action, alleging there was “voter disenfranchisement” in her recent race.

According to Lake, voting machine malfunctions in Maricopa County effectively kept her voter base from being able to participate on election day.

Please use this form to submit SWORN COMPLAINTS regarding a potential violation of Arizona election law. To expedite an investigation as much as possible, please provide as much specific information as you can about the alleged violations, such as the dates and times of events, the people present, and the content of any conversations; this should include the name and contact information for other witnesses who are willing to provide evidence about the alleged violations. Also, please include any documents, photographs, videos, or other evidence that support your allegations.

The Zionists invent anti-Semitic Jews redress Fri, 11/18/2022 - 13:07

Lawrence Davidson debunks the disingenuous arguments of the likes of Jonathan Greenblatt, Chief Executive of America's Zionist Anti-Defamation League, who paint a rosy picture of Israeli racism and seek to smear critics with the "anti-Semitism" label.>>

We have no idea if any of these were ballot harvesting and even if we knew, how could you identify what ballots they dropped in and separate them? The point is you can’t! This is meant to show how easy it is to dump ballots in the box that don’t belong to you or your immediate family.

 

Republican candidate Kari Lake is calling for a partial do-over in Arizona’s governor election. It’s the most high-profile dispute yet to emerge in a midterm cycle that handed defeats to Lake and other candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump.

The White House has accused Congressional Republicans of stoking "long-debunked conspiracy theories" in regards to allegations from House lawmakers that President Biden was actively involved in overseas business dealings with his son Hunter.

The Democrat strategy of using mail-in ballots to vote played a pivotal role in last week’s election results. Pennsylvania Republicans are talking amongst themselves about how to react in the next election. Republicans have two views: get rid of mail-in voting—which seems unlikely with more elected Democrats in power—or learn how Democrats got an avalanche of mail-in votes and employ the same strategy.