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Many voters are questioning the integrity of electronic voting machines after an obscure race for parish sheriff in northwest Louisiana led to a seemingly improbable result. The Democratic candidate, Henry Whitehorn (D), received 21,621 votes and the Republican candidate, John Nickleson (R), got 21,620. John Nickelson, the Republican candidate, announced on social media that he has requested a recount. The Associated Press reported on the race, highlighting Louisiana’s outdated voting machines and their lack of an auditable paper trail, which experts say is critical to ensuring election results are accurate.

During the recount on Monday, only absentee ballots will be counted again and checked for irregularities. Absentee ballots are mailed in and are the only paper trail available under Louisiana’s current voting system. In the case of paperless in-person voting, a recount would be equivalent to pushing the refresh button. David Becker, a former attorney in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division who works with election officials through the nonprofit Center for Election Innovation & Research, claimed that a recount of a paperless vote is essentially the equivalent of hitting the button again.

Posted on: Nov 27 14:31

In November, the financial tremors from the crisis that began in March continued to reverberate as the total outstanding loans in the Federal Reserve's bank bailout program experienced a noteworthy surge, escalating by just over $5 billion.

Posted on: Nov 27 14:30

Analysis of CO2 residence times [atmospheric lifespan] suggests that 65% to 96.5% of the CO2 concentration increase since 1958 is natural.

According to a new study, the claim that increases in atmospheric CO2 are driven exclusively by humans relies on a made-up, disparate accounting model, with the residence time for natural emissions three to four years (which is consistent with actual observations), but CO2 from human sources is claimed to have a residence time of 50 to over 100 years.

Posted on: Nov 27 14:15

We the People AZ Alliance (WPAA), a leading election integrity group in Arizona, has been looking into ballots that were not counted in Arizona’s 2022 election. Co-founder Shelby Busch issued a video last week revealing that the group found hundreds of instances involving people who said they voted for Abe Hamadeh but their ballots were not counted – more than the 280 votes he lost the attorney general’s race by. However, Busch told The Arizona Sun Times that the courts refuse to consider the new evidence.

Busch said in the video, “Abe Hamadeh won the attorney general’s race. I’m going to outline for you the evidence behind how Kris Mayes was installed as the illegitimate attorney general. … Our evidence in Abe’s case shows that thousands of Arizona voters were disenfranchised on Election Day in violation of the 1993 National Voter Registration Act, and Katie Hobbs, the secretary of state and the counties know about these voters and have done nothing to correct it.”

She said what is different about Hamadeh’s election challenge compared to most others is he is asking judges to count votes from disenfranchised voters, not throw votes out. The latter causes complaints about disenfranchising voters, so judges are hesitant to comply.

Posted on: Nov 27 14:15

Michael Conway, a legal expert and former House Judiciary Committee counsel, is warning New York Judge Arthur Engoron about his language and behavior as he presides over former President Donald Trump’s $250 million civil fraud trial.

In a column for MSNBC, Conway cited the trial of the so-called “Chicago 7,” reminding “Engoron that the defendants in the notorious case went out of their way to antagonize Judge Julius Hoffman, which seems to be Donald Trump’s strategy in a case where Engoron has already found evidence of fraud,” Raw Story noted.

Conway continued by pointing out that during his testimony, Engoron frequently clashed with both Trump’s legal team and the former president himself, adding that the profanity will undoubtedly be brought up in an appeal.

“In New York, Engoron has used strident language in rejecting Trump’s legal positions, terming them ‘pure sophistry,’ ‘risible,’ ‘bogus arguments,’ and ‘egregious’ in his summary judgment opinion. He sanctioned five Trump attorneys for $7,500 each for the ‘borderline frivolous’ arguments in their briefs,” Conway wrote.

Posted on: Nov 27 14:01

A federal judge in Texas is allowing the discovery phase of a lawsuit to proceed in a case accusing President Joe Biden and his administration of knowingly providing aid to Palestinian terrorists.

According to Fox News, the lawsuit alleges that the Biden administration continued to illegally fund the Palestinian Authority even as it continued its “Pay for Slay” program that encourages attacks against anyone living in or visiting Israel.

“America First Legal (AFL) first filed the lawsuit in 2022, alleging that President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken resumed payments to the Palestinian Authority (PA) that former President Trump ended in order to be in compliance with the Taylor Force Act—a federal law that prohibits the government from sending American taxpayer dollars to the PA until it stops supporting terrorism,” Fox News reported.

“The lawsuit claims the Biden administration has transferred nearly half a billion American taxpayer dollars ‘to directly benefit and subsidize the Palestinian Authority’ while admitting that the PA still operates its” program, the outlet continued.

Posted on: Nov 27 13:57

U.S. Border Patrol chiefs responsible for sectors of the southwest border confirmed to Congress that the current immigration crisis is historic, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green, R-Tenn., said. 

"We spoke with some of the most senior and experienced leaders in the U.S. Border Patrol and they clearly recognize the unprecedented scope of this crisis," Green said Sunday after his committee released portions of transcribed interviews with the sector chiefs.

"Their stunning testimony further informs the Committee’s oversight work and emphasizes why we must hold Secretary [Alejandro] Mayorkas and President Biden accountable for intentionally facilitating the worst border crisis in our history."

Green blamed what he calls "mass catch-and-release" policies for the increased numbers of illegal immigrants.

Posted on: Nov 27 13:52

U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm gave Americans an unintended glimpse of the future during her road trip this summer touting the wonders of electric vehicles. Her public relations misadventure in Georgia involved one of her staff in a gasoline-powered vehicle blocking off a coveted charger in advance of her arrival, leading to frayed tempers and a local EV owner calling the cops. It was an illustration of the challenges drivers could face as governments push the public to embrace plug-in vehicles.

Hyped as technological marvels, EVs are boobytrapped with a host of inconveniences and tradeoffs. By now many people have heard about range anxiety, exploding lithium-ion batteries, and the environmental destruction caused by global mining for battery minerals.

But more challenges are in the offing as the federal government and the states pump in billions of dollars to build a massive national infrastructure of charging stations to power the EVs.

Posted on: Nov 27 13:38

The Algerian migrant who stabbed three children outside a primary school, sparking riots in Dublin, was subject to a deportation order 20 years ago yet remained in Ireland.

The man, described by the media as an “Irish citizen” because he was subsequently given citizenship papers, was arrested in Ireland in 2003.

According to the Sunday Times, “The chief suspect in the stabbings that led to the riots was once the subject of a deportation order.”

Posted on: Nov 27 13:37

Cash-strapped Chinese borrowers are encountering a new wave of financial challenges, with fears of widespread defaults rattling a market that heavily relies on quasi guarantees from banks. Sales of China dollar notes, accompanied by standby letters of credit—a lender's commitment to repayment if the issuer defaults—have plummeted by a staggering 90%, totaling just $1.04 billion so far this year compared to the previous year, according to Bloomberg-compiled data.

Posted on: Nov 27 13:26

As noted in the first article in this series, after the 2020 Election a Risk Limiting Audit (RLA) was carried out by Georgia’s Secretary of State’s (SOS’s) Office that included numerous errors.

Thanks to the efforts of Georgian Joseph Rossi, 36 errors were found in the Fulton County data in the RLA report posted on the SOS website.

Rossi doggedly went after those in authority in the state to review his data. He was turned down and ignored numerous times. But eventually after a series of events, Rossi was able to get these errors in front of members of Governor Kemp’s office. Governor Kemp and his team, listened and took action when errors were pointed out to them.

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As a result of Rossi’s work and Kemp’s team’s investigation, the Georgia State Elections Board (SEB) initiated an investigation into the Fulton County data from the RLA report. This investigation was labeled SEB2021-181. Eventually the SEB identified violations and errors in the recounts of the 2020 Election in Fulton County.

Also, another complaint for Fulton County was filed that specifically called out 3125 duplicate ballot counts and 17,852 votes counted that do not have a corresponding ballot image. This complaint resulted in the creation of investigation SEB2023-25. This investigation is complete and the results of this investigation will be presented to the SEB on December 19, 2023. This complaint has been categorized by the Board as “violations found.”

Posted on: Nov 27 13:22

A new primary election has been ordered by a Connecticut state court amid allegations of election fraud, with Democrats in Massachusetts and New Jersey also accused of or charged with election fraud. This brings the total of election-related criminal cases across the country to at least three. Bridgeport Superior Court Judge William Clark overturned the results of a Democratic mayoral primary and ordered a new election in connection to allegations of absentee ballot abuse. The general election for mayor was set for Nov. 7, but the judge told lawyers that they had 10 days to work with city and state election officials to determine a potential date for the new election.

In neighboring Massachusetts, a Democratic mayoral candidate is accused of bribing residents to vote. Election officials for the city of Springfield say they witnessed voters being brought to the city hall for early voting and that at least some expected to be given cash after they voted for Democratic candidate Justin Hurst. Video footage has also been released of a man associated with Hurst’s campaign allegedly handing cash to voters last weekend. City officials claim in sworn affidavits that the distribution of $10 bills, clearly visible in surveillance footage, represents voter fraud. Hurst denied all the allegations ahead of Election Day on Tuesday.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts could not confirm or deny if an investigation was taking place, but charges have yet been filed. In contrast, election fraud investigations that have been confirmed in New Jersey have announced charges against two Democrats. Paterson City Council President Alex Mendez (D) is facing additional charges in a 2020 election fraud case, after having previously been charged in June 2020 and February 2021. Last month, state Attorney General Matthew Platkin’s office announced that new charges have been brought against Mendez and his associates regarding mail-in ballot election fraud, which occurred during the 2020 election that was mostly conducted by mail. Mendez’s campaign allegedly collected ballots that were not sealed by voters and examined them at the campaign headquarters to see if they were cast for him. Ballots that were not cast for Mendez were allegedly destroyed and replaced with a ballot for him.

Posted on: Nov 27 13:17
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Posted on: Nov 27 13:08

 Despite his own companies' dystopian endeavors, billionaire electric vehicle (EV) guru-turned-hypocritical social media icon Elon Musk is blasting Microsoft for its artificial intelligence (AI) plans.

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Posted on: Nov 27 13:08

A man pleaded not guilty to attempted murder Monday in connection with the weekend shooting of three college students of Palestinian descent in Vermont — an attack that is being investigated as a possible hate crime.

Jason J. Eaton, 48, was arrested Sunday, a day after the shooting outside his apartment building near the University of Vermont campus. He appeared in court by video from jail, speaking only to confirm his identity. His attorney entered pleas of not guilty on his behalf, and a judge ordered him held without bail pending a hearing that likely will be held in the next few days.

Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department is investigating whether the shooting was a hate crime. The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are assisting Vermont authorities in the investigation.

Posted on: Nov 27 13:06

After former Minneapolis police office Derek Chauvin was stabbed in an Arizona prison Friday, his lawyer and family are calling out the "outrageous" lack of information.

Chauvin, who was convicted in the 2020 death of George Floyd, was reportedly seriously injured in the stabbing, and Minnesota attorney general's office spokesman Brian Evans said, "We have heard that he is expected to survive."

But the lack of details for the lawyer and the family has them outraged.

"As an outsider, I view this lack of communication with his attorneys and family members as completely outrageous," Gregory M. Erickson said in a statement to The Associated Press. "It appears to be indicative of a poorly run facility and indicates how Derek's assault was allowed to happen."

Posted on: Nov 27 13:00

Former White House doctor and current Texas Rep. Ronny Jackson (R) was on Fox News Friday evening to discuss Biden’s rapid cognitive decline.

Posted on: Nov 27 12:47

The Department of Justice has issued a statement of interest in a fight going on in Oregon between a church whose members want to give food to their community members and a city that wants to restrict that activity.

Posted on: Nov 27 12:47

One such person who started suffering severe bone loss after getting injected with Moderna’s mRNA injection is 79-year-old Cheryl Alverson, who had to have all of her lower teeth extracted due to a massive recurring infection caused by extensive, post-injection bone loss.

Alverson went to see Hartsfield, who ordered multiple blood tests, including several specifically associated with blood clotting. They showed that Alverson’s body had become overloaded with microclots from the shots.

Hartsfield discovered that these microclots directly interfere with bone healing following extractions, not to mention the fact that they typically only occur in patients who are taking osteoporosis medication or who underwent radiation therapy, neither of which applied in Alverson’s case.

The only thing Alverson did prior to developing these symptoms was take the Moderna mRNA series of injections for covid, as well as a follow-up booster shot. And almost immediately afterwards, her bone and teeth problems began.

Posted on: Nov 27 12:43

The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously decided in favor of a postal worker from Pennsylvania in a significant religious liberty case involving the appropriateness of employers’ accommodation of religious preferences in the workplace.

Christian mailman Gerald Groff of Pennsylvania requested the court rule on whether the U.S. Postal Service may make him deliver parcels from Amazon on Sundays, which he observes as the Sabbath. His lawyer, Aaron Streett, argued in April that the court needed to review a decision from 50 years ago that set a standard for figuring out when companies have to make allowances for their workers’ religious practices.

Posted on: Nov 27 12:41

On Saturday, parental rights group Moms for Liberty posted pictures of a package they received in the mail which contained letters that students from a Seattle Middle school allegedly made in class, claiming that the organization was “bullying” LGBTQ youth.

The package had a return address of SPS (Seattle Public Schools) and JSCEE (John Sanford Center for Educational Excellence), the headquarters of the district.

Posted on: Nov 27 12:40

During an interview in 2017, James Rickards revealed that there is a network of 189 people who are positioned in the world’s financial systems that hold the fate of the global financial system in their hands.

They share one vision – One World Order, One World Taxation and One World Money – and have been working behind the scenes preparing to make that vision a reality.

Posted on: Nov 27 12:37

The World Health Organization (WHO) is calling on Communist China to bring back lockdowns and other Covid-era restrictions to tackle a new outbreak of a mystery respiratory illness.

The WHO is pressuring the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to reinstate mask-wearing and social distancing, and issue stay-at-home orders for the public.

The timing of the outbreak is eerily reminiscent of Covid, which first emerged in China this time in 2019, just under one year out from the 2020 election.

Posted on: Nov 27 12:34