Where will the censorship end?

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“You’re not allowed to think that!”

Censorship of the Biden corruption story by big tech and the corporate media had a major effect on the election.

A Media Research Center (MRC) poll conducted by McLaughlin & Associates found that 36 percent of Biden voters were not aware of the evidence behind claims that Joe Biden was personally involved in his son Hunter’s business deals with China. Thirteen percent of those voters (4.6 percent of Biden’s total vote) said that if they had known the facts, they would not have voted for Biden.

That’s just one instance of The Left’s censorship pogrom. You already know about the media and big tech. Now consider:

What Wikipedia’s Daily Mail ‘Ban’ Tells Us About The Future Of Online Censorship

Then the deplatformers came for Dan Bongino

Mailchimp Gets In on the Censorship Game

PayPal relies on censorship recommendations by far-left Southern Poverty Law Center

GoFundMe Censors Billboard Fundraising Campaign

Eventbrite Removes ‘March For Trump’ Event, Allows Left-Wing Events

WordPress just had to get into it, as well. WordPress is used by more than 60 million websites, including 33.6% of the top 10 million websites as of April 2019. WordPress decided to kick a popular conservative blog, The Conservative Treehouse, off its platform. This means the censorship has moved to web hosting sites.

The next step would be Internet Service Providers, who provide access to the Internet. Would they be interested in blocking ideas they don’t like. Uh, yes.

The largest collection of public internet censorship data ever compiled shows that even citizens of what are considered the world’s freest countries aren’t safe from internet censorship.

“When the United States repealed net neutrality, they created an environment in which it would be easy, from a technical standpoint, for ISPs to interfere with or block internet traffic,” said Roya Ensafi, University of Michigan assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science who led the the study. “The architecture for greater censorship is already in place and we should all be concerned about heading down a slippery slope.” It’s already happening abroad, the researchers found.

Is there yet a higher authority who could get in the game? Sure. It’s the companies who comprise what is known as the Internet’s backbone. These are called Tier 1 providers, and they include AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, SingTel, Pacific Internet, Japan Telecom, Telstra, China Telecom and British Telecom.

AT&T, you will not be comforted to know, also owns … CNN.

Then, of course, governments control the Internet and censor things they don’t like. That, of course, can’t happen here. Oh wait …

Sen. Blumenthal Urges Mark Zuckerberg to Remove Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Steve Bannon from Facebook

Apparently it had something to do with them labeling him “Da Nang Dick.”

~ Consanguineous

Yet another time they stole an election

mueller brennanIn the 2018 midterm election, Democrats gained a net total of 40 U.S. House seats, 17 more than the 23 seats they needed to win control of the House.

This led to two years of harrassment of the President and to his impeachment by the House.

How did it happen? There’s no doubt that the fraudulent investigation of “Russian collusion” contributed to voter doubt about President Trump. This was inflamed by Robert Mueller’s bogus investigation.

The noted investigative reporter John Solomon spells it out:

As the “Impeach Trump” machine raged with fuel provided by Democrats and an errant media, a funny thing happened: More than three dozen Republican incumbents in Congress announced they were retiring in 2018, leaving the GOP with a gaping hole in the House that Democrats exploited.

Polls showed the impact of the Russia coverage on voters. About half of American voters declared they believed Trump or his aides had colluded with Russia, even though they hadn’t.

It’s important to remember that Mueller and his gang knew there was nothing to the charges against Trump early in their game, but they sat on that knowledge until their hand was forced by AG William Barr after the election.

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) called it: “When I hear that Giuliani is saying, ‘Oh, if it goes past September 1, Mueller will be blamed for you know, playing politics and affecting the election,’ Mueller could care less, he would love to affect the election.”

Then we had Democrat Sen. Bob Casey Jr. and Democratic Sen. Chris Coons warning Mueller not to release anything before the election. Now why would they do that? Because they suspected Mueller was a nothing burger? If they thought he had something on Trump wouldn’t they have demanded he release it?

1We now know that Mueller was not operating with 100 percent of his mental capabilities. His investigation was actually run by his chief counsel, Andrew Weissmann, who has a notorious reputation as a prosecutor.

Here’s what Weissmann said of the 1918 election: As Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US election gained steam in 2017 and 2018, “one thing that the whole office soon realized was that the third act in this play would be an inevitable investigation of us, by the Trump administration, when our investigation was complete.”

“This led to more gallows humor within the office,” he wrote. “Whenever someone gave an opinion or spun out a possible theory to test that out, someone would pipe up: ‘Write that down, that will be for the investigation of the investigators.'” The jokes “took on a darker hue” ahead of the November 2018 midterm elections, Weissmann continued.

One of his prosecutor, Jeannie Rhee, said: If Republicans “retain the House, we all need to retain criminal lawyers. That’s how bats— crazy they are. I am not joking.”

Nothing has happened to these people, and nothing will. Just as nothing has happened to the top IRS officials who helped Obama get elected.

~ Homeoteleuton

How to steal an election

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Trans election judge in Pennsylvania

Be assured that the following is just coincidence.

Will Voter Fraud Swing the Election?

More Examples of Election Fraud Prove the Left Is in Denial About It

Affidavits Allege Democrat Officials Planning Colossal Illegal Ballot Harvesting Scheme

Study finds nearly 400K CA ballots were sent to non-residents or dead people

Over 110 Ballots Discarded By Postal Worker In Kentucky

Florida Postal Employee Charged With Stealing Mail-In Ballot, Other Mail

Bags of Stolen Mail That Include Numerous Ballots Found Discarded in Washington

TownDemocratic Party appoints convicted felon to serve on a committee handling mail-in ballots

Pennsylvania’s Rejection of 372,000 Ballot Applications Bewilders Voters and Strains Election Staff

Biden Campaign Operative, Texas State Senator Accused of Mail-in Ballot Fraud

4Chan Users Claim to Have Found Way to Easily Change People’s Voter Registration and Cancel Ballots Online in Oregon and Washington

Ballots stolen from mailboxes, discarded on roadsides in Washington town

Nevada U.S. attorney announces ‘district election officer’ to handle growing concerns of election fraud

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoes ‘fearmongering’ bill targeting voter fraud

EXCLUSIVE: Texas Poll Watcher Testifies On 2020 Voter Fraud In Houston, Has PHOTOS

The 11th Circuit Again Quashes Judge’s Continued Election Meddling in Alabama

More than 100 undelivered absentee ballots found in Kentucky dumpster

Whistleblower Names Ilhan Omar In Alleged Voter ‘Buying’ Scheme: ‘Worse Than Somalia’

EXC: Biden Donor Group Sends 225,000+ Ballot Requests, Including for DEAD Citizens

Utah County Mails Out More Than 13K Ballots With No Signature Line

Security Guard Assigned To Ballot Box In NE Baltimore Shot Early Thursday

State officials warn of delayed election results from influx of mail-in ballots

Judge Rules Fourth Time Against Switching to Paper Ballots in Georgia

California Man Finds Mail-In Ballots in Santa Monica Trash Cans

Pennsylvania: Nearly 60,000 Mail Ballots Unaccounted for in Trump-Heavy County

‘Naked ballots’ in Pennsylvania could be election wild card

MORE FRAUD: New Hampshire Voters Receive Fake Ballots in the Mail with Personal Note — Republican Attorney General Issues Warning

Mail-in ballots in Westmoreland County delayed, voters confused and frustrated

TX Mayoral candidate arrested, charged with 109 counts of voter fraud

Mail-in Chaos: Anger, Confusion in PA County as 58,000 Ballots go Undelivered

South Los Angeles: Woman Finds Discarded Ballots Near Drive-Thru ATM

Man Caught On Video Stealing Mail, Ballots From California Mailboxes: Report

Ohio’s Franklin County sees nearly 50K voters getting wrong absentee ballots, elections officials say

New Jersey postal worker dumped 1,800+ pieces of mail, including election ballots: prosecutors

Los Angeles County sends out more than 2,000 ballots missing section to vote for president

Virginia Election Officials Fear Ballots Stolen After 6 Outdoor Mailboxes at Post Offices Broken Into Over the Weekend

Charges Filed Against Trans Elections Judge ‘Erika’ Bickford in Allentown, Pennsylvania — Including Tampering with Ballots

Nearly 18,000 Ballots Rejected In Massachusetts Primary Election

So is this the revolution?

History of RussiaHere’s what the Russian revolution was like, writes Gary Saul Morson, Professor of the Arts and Humanities at Northwestern University.

Between 1900 and 1917, waves of unprecedented terror struck Russia. Several parties professing incompatible ideologies competed (and cooperated) in causing havoc. Between 1905 and 1907, nearly 4,500 government officials and about as many private individuals were killed or injured. Between 1908 and 1910, authorities recorded 19,957 terrorist acts and revolutionary robberies, doubtless omitting many from remote areas. As the foremost historian of Russian terrorism, Anna Geifman, observes, “Robbery, extortion, and murder became more common than traffic accidents.”

Anyone wearing a uniform was a candidate for a bullet to the head or sulfuric acid to the face. Country estates were burnt down (“rural illuminations”) and businesses were extorted or blown up. Bombs were tossed at random into railroad carriages, restaurants, and theaters. Far from regretting the death and maiming of innocent bystanders, terrorists boasted of killing as many as possible, either because the victims were likely bourgeois or because any murder helped bring down the old order. A group of anarcho-­communists threw bombs laced with nails into a café bustling with two hundred customers in order “to see how the foul bourgeois will squirm in death agony.”’

riotsWhat’s going on today in the United States? Look at the headlines:

Back to Russia. How did educated, liberal society respond to such terrorism? Morson writes. What was the position of the Constitutional Democratic (Kadet) Party and its deputies in the Duma (the parliament set up in 1905)?

Though Kadets advocated democratic, constitutional procedures, and did not themselves engage in ­terrorism, they aided the terrorists in any way they could. Kadets collected money for terrorists, turned their homes into safe houses, and called for total amnesty for arrested terrorists who pledged to continue the mayhem. Kadet Party central committee member N. N. Shchepkin declared that the party did not regard terrorists as criminals at all, but as saints and martyrs. The official Kadet paper, Herald of the Party of People’s Freedom, never published an article condemning political assassination. The party leader, Paul Milyukov, declared that “all means are now legitimate . . . and all means should be tried.” When asked to condemn terrorism, another liberal leader in the Duma, Ivan Petrunkevich, famously replied: “Condemn terror? That would be the moral death of the party!”

How are our elites responding to the violence in our streets?

Morson conludes: In Russia, Stalin proclaimed “the intensification of the class struggle” after the Revolution, entailing an unending series of arrests, executions, and sentences to the Gulag. What meets no resistance does not stop.

~ Palouse

Unshakable belief in something that isn’t true

Questions: Do the Democrats really believe what they say? Do they really think we’ll believe them?

Barack Obama will serve as an example. In his speech at the DNC Obama scolded President Trump for demeaning the military by using them for political purposes. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, he said, “understand that in this democracy, the commander in chief doesn’t use the men and women of our military, who are willing to risk everything to protect our nation, as political props.”

Oh? What does this photo mean?

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Or this.

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“Delusional disorder,” according to WebMD, “is a type of serious mental illness called a psychotic disorder. People who have it can’t tell what’s real from what is imagined. Delusions are the main symptom of delusional disorder. They’re unshakable beliefs in something that isn’t true or based on reality.”

Julie Kelly is direct:

Somebody call a doctor. The Democratic Party is not well. Joe Biden is neither mentally nor physically healthy enough to run the country, yet the party remains in denial.

They have one hallucination after another. For three years, Democrats rocked back and forth wrapped in a collusion straightjacket mumbling about the Russians(!) and lighting candles for Special Counsel Robert Mueller. One Democratic leader made up phone conversations between Trump and the Ukrainian president; one presidential candidate pretends to be Native American. Now, metal mailboxes disappear before their very eyes.

The whole of the Democratic Party should be in a rubber room not anywhere near the levers of power. The only cure for what ails the Democratic Party is for voters to turn them out of office so they get the nice long rehab they need. As Trump said Thursday about the opposition party, “There was a certain sense of sanity 4 years ago. These people are insane.” He is correct.

I can’t decide if they believe their delusions or they’re just funnin’ us.

~ Heteroclite

How Google is manipulating the election

googleGoogle hopes to shift 10 percent of the voting public away from Trump to fulfill a company executive’s stated goal of making populism nothing more than a “blip in history.”

That’s from Dr. Robert Epstein, the senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. He describes himself as “not a conservative.”

“I don’t think a lot of people by and large understand exactly how much they can manipulate you, Google can, with just a slight tweak to search results or search suggestions or their algorithm.”

Blogger Doug Ross bears witness to this. “Google is actively re-ordering search results, censoring news, and hiding damaging information against @thedemocrats. To put it bluntly, Google appears to be deleting search results that criticize its use of algorithms to enforce totalitarian political bias.”

You can even use Google itself to learn this.

You can find alternative search engines here. A lot of people like DuckDuckGo. You might also try Gibiru. The latter says it doesn’t censor the results. DuckDuckGo and others don’t track you, but I don’t know if they censor. I mistakenly thought StartPage was a good alternative, but I have just learned that it uses Google results. Good grief.

~ Gazunder

 

“We will stand firm and unwavering.”

trumpI saw only the first part of President Trump’s Mount Rushmore speech, but several people have said it is his best.

Roger Kimball, editor and publisher of The New Criterion, writes:

Looking back on the 2020 election, historians will say that last night’s speech was the moment that Donald Trump won reelection. It was a magnificent speech that will, I predict, take an honored place in the library of great American political addresses.

So I read it, and it is very good. Follow the link, and see for yourself. Watch it here. Why not share it with your children and discuss it? (Side note: When I search Google-owned YouTube for the speech the first thing that came up was a video of CNN’s Briant Stelter with this title: “Stelter: Trump’s Mt. Rushmore speech won’t make sense to most people.” Kinda proves Trump’s point.)

Here’s a passage of President Trump’s speech that stood out for me:

We are the country of Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, and Frederick Douglass. We are the land of Wild Bill Hickock and Buffalo Bill Cody. (Applause.) We are the nation that gave rise to the Wright Brothers, the Tuskegee Airmen — (applause) — Harriet Tubman, Clara Barton, Jesse Owens, George Patton — General George Patton — the great Louie Armstrong, Alan Shepard, Elvis Presley, and Mohammad Ali. (Applause.) And only America could have produced them all. (Applause.) No other place.

We are the culture that put up the Hoover Dam, laid down the highways, and sculpted the skyline of Manhattan. We are the people who dreamed a spectacular dream — it was called: Las Vegas, in the Nevada desert; who built up Miami from the Florida marsh; and who carved our heroes into the face of Mount Rushmore. (Applause.)

Americans harnessed electricity, split the atom, and gave the world the telephone and the Internet. We settled the Wild West, won two World Wars, landed American astronauts on the Moon — and one day very soon, we will plant our flag on Mars.

We gave the world the poetry of Walt Whitman, the stories of Mark Twain, the songs of Irving Berlin, the voice of Ella Fitzgerald, the style of Frank Sinatra — (applause) — the comedy of Bob Hope, the power of the Saturn V rocket, the toughness of the Ford F-150 — (applause) — and the awesome might of the American aircraft carriers.

Quite a story.

~ Aphelion

So what’s the deal with Tony Fauci?

Supporters of Donald Trump are skeptical of Dr. Anthony Fauci, a visible member of the President’s Kung Flu task force, and rightly so.

Tony visibly smirked when the President referred to “the Deep State Department.” Watch:

And then Tony showed solidarity with two “reporters” who were rude and antagonistic with Trump, giving them a thumbs up as they saluted. Watch:

You can read about these faux journalists here. They aren’t real journalists, but they play them on TV.

So what do we know about Doctor Tony? Turns out he’s part of the Washington in crowd, the effetes who consider themselves smarter and more righteous than Donald Trump. This incudes Hillary Clinton, who was smart enough to lose the election to Trump.

In 2016, Doctor Tony wrote Hillary a love letter: “Please tell her that we all love her and are proud to know her.”

Here is Doctor Tony with fellow members of the Swamp Elite.

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Fauci Bill

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And a parting shot with his buddy, Acosta

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Swamp rat.

~ Scheherazade

The anti-Trumpers are toying with our health

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Be afraid, be very afraid. That’s the word from one Dr. Nancy Messonnier of the Centers for Disease control.

“Ultimately, we expect we will see coronavirus spread in this country. It’s not so much a question of if, but a question of when.

“I understand this whole situation may seem overwhelming and that disruption to everyday life may be severe, but these are things people need to start thinking about now.”

No wonder the stock market is tanking.

She made this pronouncement while President Trump was out of the country.

Guess what? Nancy is the sister of … Rod Rosenstein, the DOJ offcial involved in the coup against President Trump. Credit The Gateway Pundit with breaking this story.

In July 2018 Rosenstein announced the indictments of 12 Russians right before the President was departing on a trip to meet Russian President Putin. Rosenstein’s Deep State friends regularly schedule hateful events when the President is overseas.

If there’s any doubt that Nancy’s words were anything other than a political hatchet job, look no further than the media.

“You might not want to rely on Trump for information about the risk of coronavirus” ~ The Washington Post

“Even Republicans Are Worried the Trump Administration Isn’t Ready for a Coronavirus Outbreak” ~ Rolling Stone

“Both GOP and Democratic lawmakers slam Trump admin as unprepared for coronavirus” ~ ABC

And, of course ….

“Romney: Trump administration unprepared for coronavirus outbreak” ~ The Hill

Mitten’s only purpose in this world is to let us know when things are political. Otherwise, he’s just a fool.

~ Fanfaronade

The long march through our institutions

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“Revolution is a long, complicated process,  which I have once named ‘The Long March through the Established Institutions,’ in which awareness is brought in and outside the university, in schools, in trade schools, in engineer schools, also technical universities and finally in factories.” ~ German Marxist Rudi Dutschke

Families.

The tragic — and overlooked — fallout from the ’60s sexual revolution. By many measures, our society is in trouble, and we are ignoring a root cause: the unprecedented familial dispersion that followed the 1960s sexual revolution. At heart, that revolution aimed to radically sever human sexuality from marriage and child-rearing, from the responsibilities society had hitherto imposed on the individual sexual appetite.

Churches.

Bored with Sunday Service? Maybe Nudist Church Is Your Thing.A nudist church in Virginia where the pastor delivers sermons in his birthday suit. A drive-in church in Florida where parishioners can attend services from the comfort of their cars. A 500-foot-long, “Biblically accurate” reconstruction of Noah’s Ark in Kentucky. “If you’re a surfer, there’s a church for Christian surfers. If you’re a biker, there’s a church for bikers.”

Colleges. 

NYU professor founded anarchist group that attacked subways last month. Amin Husain, 44, is a co-founder of Decolonize This Place, which urged its radical followers in a social media campaign to “f-ck sh-t up” on Jan. 31 in a violent assault on the city’s transit system that concluded with 13 arrests and $100,000 in damage.

Schools.

Teacher Who Supported Drag Queen Visiting School Says Parents Shouldn’t Have “Final Say” in Raising Their Children. A teacher at a school in Texas said parents shouldn’t have the “final say” in raising their own kids after some of them complained about a drag queen visiting the school to give a talk to the children. “Let’s be honest, some of you don’t know what is best for your kids.”

Courts.

Rein in politicized judges and their injunctions. By issuing putatively national injunctions, Attorney General William Barr said in a May 21 speech to the American Law Institute: “One judge can, in effect, cancel the policy with the stroke of the pen. No official in the United States government [rightly] can exercise that kind of nationwide power, with the sole exception of the president. And the Constitution subjects him to nationwide election, among other constitutional checks, as a prerequisite to wielding that power.”

Organizations. 

An Obituary for the Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts of America opened its doors to girls and rebranded as Scouts BSA. This change was overdue, as the organization had already accepted girls — who identify as transgender boys — into the program. American culture has grown increasingly hostile to the mission of raising boys into men. Concerns about “toxic masculinity” have grown into an assault on masculinity itself, with the American Psychological Association demonizing traditional masculinity.

~ Logodaedaly