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  1. Since no one can attend the games in a stadium almost everywhere, just hurry up and pick a neutral site and play there. Univ. Nevada in Reno or, Las Vegas home of the Raiders if they are out of town that weekend.
  2. Joe, who won't be able to tie his own shoes in a month or two, probably didn't have much of an ideas what was going on behind the scenes. That whole dirty machine within the Democrat party was busy planning this for some time now and all the rest of them provided cover fire or diversions.
  3. Humans are deuterostomes, which means that when they develop in the womb the anus forms before any other opening, This means that at one point you were nothing but an asshole, The vast majority of liberal democrats have never, and never will develop beyond this point. Presently, the leading examples of this condition are Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, AOC, Andrew Cuomo, Maxine Waters, Gavin Newsome, Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler, Chris Wallace, Gretchen Whitmer and everone employed by CNN and MSNBC. Tom Carbone.
  4. Pennsylvania State Judge Upholds Halt To Certification, Finds Likelihood Mail-In Balloting Procedures Violate PA Constitution Posted by William A. Jacobson Friday, November 27, 2020 at A Pennsylvania state court Judge has issued a preliminary injunction preventing Pennsylvania from taking any further steps to perfect its certification of the election, including but not limited to appointment of electors and transmission of necessary paperwork to the Electoral College, pending further court hearings and rulings. The ruling upholds an injunction from earlier in the week, and is significant because of the findings made in the Opinion released tonight. The case has been somewhat under the radar, because it doesn’t involve claims of fraud. It appears to be a pretty straight legal argument. This is not the federal court case that has received a lot of press attention and in which the Third Circuit Court of Appeals denied relief. The issue in this case is whether legislative expansion of absentee balloting to broad mail-in balloting violated the Pennsylvania Constitution. It’s not clear what the relief would be; the petitioners seek to preclude the Secretary of State from transmitting the certification or otherwise perfecting the electoral college selections. Earlier in the week, Judge Patricia McCollough issued a temporary halt to the certification process, and that now is on appeal to the PA Supreme Court. The Judge issued this Opinion to extend that halt pending futher hearings, and to set forth the basis for the injunction, which could be relevant to the appeal: This is not a final ruling on the merits. It’s meant to prevent PA from taking more steps until the court finally rules. Given how the PA Supreme Court has ruled previously on election matters, expanding procedures beyond what even the legislature adopted, I don’t see how this survives the PA Supreme Court. From there, the next stop is the U.S. Supreme Court where we know John Roberts and the three liberal Justice will defer to the state supreme court. But the Court is now 6-3, so a Roberts defection would not result in a 4-4 deadlock again if the 5 conservative Justices voted together. [The title has been updated to clarify that the Judge is upholding and continuing her prior halt to certification.] Pennsylvania State Judge Upholds Halt To Certification, Finds Likelihood Mail-In Balloting Procedures Violate PA Constitution (legalinsurrection.com)
  5. Meathead, if you're going to insult or make false associations about someone or a leader, at least get it right. Führer is what I guess you were alluding to. Umlaut and all.
  6. A particularly clever use of Benford’s law is detecting accountancy fraud. Benford’s law predicts a logarithmic distribution! Simple Explanation of Benford’s Law | Rob Gonsalves | Towards Data Science The Law of Anomalous Numbers – Chris Hicks Research Blog
  7. That one annoys me no end. F'n over the Bills again. At least the South Park characters will be back at the stadium.
  8. The thing is we patriots can't let this stop at them doing it, taking it to a certain level and then stopping so as to make some stupid point. For the governor to violate the Constitution he swore an oath to uphold and force other state agencies to require their employees to act on his behalf is enough of an impeachable offense to get him removed as gov'nah. Of course this is Vermont so the extreme leftist imbedded population probably isn't interested but I would love to see a law suit and court case against this idiot. If it could be proved that he violated the 5th and 14th amendment rights and possibly the 4th too and the case was turned over to the courts for a criminal proceeding, that would be great. I wonder what the criminal penalty is for that?
  9. Governor Announces Schools Will Interrogate Students on What They Did for Thanksgiving, Take Action Against Those Who Gathered The once-innocent question of what students did over their Thanksgiving break will take on a new meaning in Vermont, according to Republican Gov. Phil Scott. Vermont is among the states that have laid the blame for a rise in coronavirus cases on small gatherings that have flown under the radar of bans on larger groups getting together. As such, state officials have told residents not to have traditional Thanksgiving dinners that can include multiple generations or families. In an effort to crack down on anyone celebrating the traditional way, Scott said students will be asked to inform on their families. “Unfortunately, we know some will still get together and schools have asked for help. [The Vermont Agency of Education] will direct schools to ask students or parents if they were part of multi-family gatherings and if the answer is yes, they’ll need to go remote for 14 days or 7 days and a test,” he tweeted Tuesday. TRENDING: Seattle Case Worker Stabbed to Death Same Day City Council Defunded Police “We also advise businesses to consider asking employees to quarantine if they don’t adhere to gathering restrictions. This isn’t a way around the ban or an excuse to get together. The more we adhere to this policy, the faster we’ll lower case counts & ease up on restrictions,” Scott added. As part of his Twitter thread, Scott said every person carries the seeds of potential disaster. “[Y]ou never know if you’re going to be the domino that leads to a nursing home outbreak or pushes an entire school to remote learning,” he tweeted. When asked about putting students in a position to inform on their parents, Scott on Tuesday defended his edict, according to the Vermont Daily Chronicle. “This is fair warning. If you’re planning on having gatherings outside your households, if you don’t want to have your kids in remote learning and quarantine for a seven-day period, maybe you should make other plans. I’m not sure it’s ‘tattling’ on anyone,” he told reporters. Other Vermont officials painted Thanksgiving as a potential catastrophe for the state. “The fact is, Thanksgiving can make things a lot worse for us here in Vermont. The virus doesn’t operate any differently just because we want to keep up traditions,” Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine said, according to NECN. “As soon as we travel, get together with friends, let down our guard, we actually do risk reopening the floodgates even wider at a time when we really need to keep them closed.” Financial Regulation Commissioner Mike Pieciak noted that nationally, 38 percent of Americans plan to have holiday events that bring together 10 or more people. If that were to happen in Vermont, he said, there could be as many as 3,800 new coronavirus cases leading to up to 50 hospitalizations. “These are certainly numbers that are quite stark and quite disturbing,” Pieciak said. “This is not a projection. This is not an estimate. This is really a worst-case scenario, and we really need Vermonters to respond so that we don’t experience anything like the numbers we just mentioned.” https://www.westernjournal.com/governor-announces-schools-will-interrogate-students-thanksgiving-take-action-gathered/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=teaparty&utm_campaign=lminetwork&utm_content=2020-11-25&fbclid=IwAR3Eevd_BxtF3tIQFc2_lnzPkbAP4ciTo7VXy0pEmuB0MSYS1pVPiZ3fijE
  10. Should be entertaining. And we know it won't be even close to and as low and corrupt as the Obama caretakers did to Trump.
  11. Mueller Investigator Andrew Weissman Issues Major Demand to Joe Biden Weissman’s article holds the most gravitas, however, if just because he was a former prosecutor under Robert Mueller. Of course, Weissman never mentions that he’d planned to speak at a fundraiser for Biden in June before the event was canceled, presumably because even Democrats knew it looked bad. This has nothing to do with “law enforcement authorities [being] political weapons of the reigning party.” For the most part, Biden doesn’t seem disposed to follow Weissman’s advice — yet. According to NBC News, a Biden adviser said Biden’s “overarching view is that we need to move the country forward … ut the most important thing on this is that he will not interfere with his Justice Department and not politicize his Justice Department.” When former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month to answer for his role in approving FISA court warrants that allowed the bureau to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page back in 2016, Democrats were eager to turn the page and talk about healing. “The election sent a clear message, it’s time to stop re-litigating issues of the last election,” said Illinois Democrat Sen. Dick Durbin during the Nov. 10 hearing. “It’s time, finally, to put behind us the divisiveness [and] vitriol of the Trump era and to bring our fractured country together.” This was an interesting tack to take, inasmuch as the investigation into baseless allegations that the Trump 2016 presidential campaign “colluded” with Russia began in earnest with the warrants issued by the special court established by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. “Russia collusion” talk then dragged on until weeks before the 2020 election, when problematic emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop were alleged, in the absence of the merest piece of public evidence, to be a product of a Kremlin misinformation and colored basically every moment in between those two bookends. But, yes, let’s put that childish divisiveness behind us. Don’t look back in anger or re-litigate the past. Unless the Democrats are in a position to do so, of course. The article cited above is from Andrew Weissman, a senior prosecutor for special counsel Robert Mueller. The headline may be phrased as an open-ended question, but the article certainly isn’t: Weissman assumes former Vice President Joe Biden will be sworn into the presidency in January and demands a Biden administration investigate Trump, writing that “as painful and hard as it may be for the country, I believe the next attorney general should investigate Mr. Trump and, if warranted, prosecute him for potential federal crimes.” “Mr. Trump’s criminal exposure is clear. I was a senior member of the investigation led by the former special counsel Robert Mueller to determine whether Russia attempted to subvert our fundamental democratic source of political legitimacy: our electoral system,” Weissman wrote. Do you think most Democrats agree with Andrew Weissman? “Among other things, he was tasked with determining whether Mr. Trump interfered with our fact-finding into this issue. “We amassed ample evidence to support a charge that Mr. Trump obstructed justice. That view is widely shared. Shortly after our report was issued, hundreds of former prosecutors concluded that the evidence supported such a charge.” You’ll notice what’s omitted here. “That view is widely shared.” Yes, by people whose political views felicitously seem to align against Trump’s. “[H]undreds of former prosecutors concluded that the evidence supported such a charge.” Yes, prosecutors whose political views felicitously seem to align against Trump’s. Granted, you could make the same argument for those who supported Trump in these matters. However, when Mr. Weissman wrings his hands about how “we have witnessed two U.S. presidential elections in which large crowds have found it acceptable to chant with fervent zeal that the nominee of the opposing party should be jailed” and writes that “[w]e do not want to turn into an autocratic state, where law enforcement authorities are political weapons of the reigning party,” he seems willfully negligent of the partisan nature of the criminal investigations he proposes the United States should undertake. For example, Weissman contends that Trump acted to “thwart cooperation with an investigation by use of the clemency power” when he commuted the prison sentence of political confidant Roger Stone, who had been sentenced to more than three years in prison after a witness tampering conviction related to a House investigation of the Russia “collusion” charge. Weissman writes that Stone was “convicted by a jury,” but never mentions that the forewoman of that jury was a known Democratic activist with a public distaste for Trump and his supporters. It’s important to note that Trump’s action did not affect Stone’s conviction, only his prison sentence.At a time when sex offenders are being released because of COVID fears, the idea Weissman is shaking his fist at Trump for granting clemency to a 67-year-old man in questionable health because he was convicted of lying by a jury with a clearly biased forewoman indicates this is maybe not the guy to be talking about weaponized investigations. Weissman also brings up the conviction of one-time Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. He writes of Trump’s “efforts to influence the outcome of a deliberating jury in the Manafort trial,” which sounds damning unless you remember what he’s referring to. This was when the president, asked by about the 2018 trial of his former campaign manager on charges of tax fraud and bank fraud, among other counts, said that “I think it’s very sad what they’ve done to Paul Manafort.” A slew of predictable media liberals then claimed the comments were tantamount to jury tampering. Weissman’s piece clocks in at under a thousand words. If that’s one of the arguments he even feels the need to bring up in that limited space, I’m calling for summary judgment. I’m hoping its inclusion here is only because Weissman was the lead prosecutor in the Manafort case and because he thinks it’s one of the stronger points in his favor. There’s a bunch of other stuff here that you’ve probably heard before, too: Former White House counsel Don McGahn’s allegation that Trump wanted to fire Mueller (he didn’t do it) and then asked him to sign a letter saying this never happened (McGahn didn’t). Trump “dangl[ing] a pardon” to get people not to testify. Weissman even intimates that there might have been collusion, but Mueller’s team just couldn’t investigate fully because “he obstructed that very investigation.” We’re back on that tired old dog. Weissman isn’t the only one flogging a “Hoo doggies! We can go after The Donald now!” piece in the media this past week. Watergate counsel Philip Allen Lacovara has a materially similar article in The Washington Post and Jeet Heer has one in The Nation. That may not be looking to turn the page so much as could be a matter of expedience. How long have we played this game now? Four years? Trump’s head has been poorly photoshopped into an orange jumpsuit more times than any of us can count. Yet, after four years of trying to legally stymie the president of the United States, they got nowhere. If and when Trump loses the protections afforded him by the presidency, are we to assume this will be any different? https://www.westernjournal.com/mueller-investigator-andrew-weissman-issues-major-demand-joe-biden/?utm_source=push&utm_medium=westernjournalism&utm_content=2020-11-25&utm_campaign=pushtraffic
  12. Your tongue is implanted into your cheek so hard it might pop through at any moment.
  13. Voters let their opinions out, post election. The ends justify the means? Outright unlawful, unethical, deplorable, despicable actions by Democrats and it obviously had to be a coordinated effort to complete this purely evil action. We have to destroy the major news organizations. An absolute proscription of all major Marist news agencies by American patriots is needed. They can't survive when 73 million take a hands off stance to them and their advertisers. #StopthePresses. We need to incessantly demand a full investigation and accounting of the 2020 election. It doesn't take rain to pour down on you to known a bad storm is coming when you see the black clouds and hear thunder coming. This election was so damned dirty. Shocking Survey: Establishment Media Sins of Omission May Have Given the Election to Biden 17 percent of Biden supporters polled in the close-call swing states would have reconsidered their vote had they been confronted with establishment media reports on Trump administration success or recent scandals involving the Democratic opposition. https://www.westernjournal.com/shocking-survey-establishment-media-sins-omission-may-given-election-biden/ Poll: Only 3% of Trump Voters Believe Biden Is Actual Election Winner A whopping 73 percent of Trump voters polled said they thought the president won the election. Meanwhile, another 24 percent of respondents told CNBC/Change Research that they simply were not sure who won. https://www.westernjournal.com/poll-3-trump-voters-believe-biden-actual-election-winner/
  14. Stop the Presses. Kill the Tech sites. I am joining the huge chunk of patriots that will put a knife through the heart of the media that messed with us. Facebook will be soon be doing a face plant. The major newspapers will not be getting China/Russia money to prop them up anymore and their add money will not be enough to keep up. If you keep faceplant: reduce it to close family only or if you do want to, keep a few of your favorite sites that have been blocked in the past or censored Do not click on any popups or ad sites that come up. Remove all notifications Quit Twitter and move to Parler Social Networking Service Do not open any article that references NYT, Washed up Post, Bloomberg, USAToday, AP, or UPI, LA Times etc. Do not use Google to search, Bing is better by a little, use Duckduckgo.com. Ask your android cell phone service to use an operating system that is not Google. Do not use fact checks sites as they are all corrupt. Limit your groups to close family or closed groups you feel you belong to but click no adds TV: Pretty much all of them are worthless for news source. Use Newsmax and ask your cable/satellite to include them as a channel Let Drudge Report know they are not ever going to be a hit on the internet by you. In general, write letters to all these Marist news sources that you are prepared to work for their demise, this includes NPR. Don't worry about CNN, and NBC. They already know. In addition, write letters to major sponsors that you will not be watching these corrupt news sources. As it is, the TV audience on major lame stream news networks are getting terrible ratings post November 5th. This includes FOX NEWS. The Murdock boys hired a team of ratings experts to stop the bleeding.
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