Wednesday, February 10, 2021

A gloating bat flip

The unspeakable workings of the Khazar pardons-for-shekels assembly line: tweet (Laura Goldman):

"@AlanDersh claimed he regretted representing #JeffreyEpstein So what does he do? He lobbies #DonaldTrump for the clemency of George Nader, sentenced to a 10 year prison for child pornography and sex trafficking." 

"Time Magazine Gushingly Profiles The Successful ‘Conspiracy’ To Rig The 2020 Election" (Pullmann):
"Trump was treated like he had three heads for complaining the election was “rigged.” In the infamous speech he gave as violence broke out in the U.S. Capitol the day Congress certified the Electoral College votes, Trump said, “This year they rigged the election. They rigged it like they’ve never rigged an election before.” The left and some Republicans like Rep. Liz Cheney have insisted Trump’s strong claims like this incited an “insurrection.”  
Yet Ball makes exactly these kinds of claims in the Time article, and goes on to substantiate them. It’s really hard to tell if the article is just a gloating bat flip, a horrifying attempt to radicalize more people among Democrats’ political opposition, or evidence the left believes Americans are so deadened under Democrat control they will not react to such public revelations of conspiracies to betray American self-governance."
and:
"One of the core problems with the 2020 election is that many states did not follow their voting laws, suspending them with the excuse of COVID (which the Centers for Disease Control said the day before the election, after most votes were already cast, was not necessary). States were pressured or forced to do so, not by what Ball hilariously calls Trump’s “henchmen,” but by lawyered-up leftist pressure groups that strategically undermined election protections with pre-emptive lawsuits while courts rolled over for them. 
These leftist lawyers were unquestionably the aggressors in this situation, as Hans van Spakovsky and others have documented, filing as many as four times the number of lawsuits Trump or Republicans filed. Their efforts caused the very “election confusion” Ball claims her vaunted “conspiracy” was trying to avoid. What do you call people who do one thing while claiming to do the opposite? Idiots or liars. And I don’t think these people are idiots."
and:
"This coalition had private polling that mirrored the Trump campaign’s internal polling, which differed from the public polling released throughout 2020 that consistently appeared to show Trump far behind. A top “conspiracy” leader “was warning everyone he knew that polls were underestimating Trump’s support,” Ball writes.

To counteract this, he sent data to corporate media networks that got them to telegraph that the election results would take time to massage — oops, be counted. The delay made way for a late “surge” of “mail-in ballots” that were just what Biden needed in every place he needed them. 
“Election night began with many Democrats despairing. Trump was running ahead of pre-election polling, winning Florida, Ohio and Texas easily and keeping Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania too close to call,” Ball noted. But the “conspiracy” leader watched the results unperturbed, she says: “he could tell that as long as all the votes were counted, Trump would lose.” Amazing projection skills, right? Especially considering his “cabal” in reality pushed to declare Biden the winner before “all the votes were counted.”"
We have easily enough information now to be 100% sure that The Steal happened.  Trump is the President, Biden the usurper.  Not a tiny sliver of a question.  Note also the oversized role of Zuck, and consider how this will impact the Dems attitude towards Big Tech.

Killary never forgives, nor forgets, so this is a given: "Assange Prosecution, Launched By Trump Justice Department, Will Continue Under Biden" (Gosztola).

Greenwald tweets on Macron/Barry decrying the dangers of wokenness.  I used to have a kind of stupidity filter on things that might happen in the world - 'that will never happen as it is too obviously stupid' - but I have retired it, replaced by 'that will certainly happen as it is so obviously stupid'.

I'm somehow reminded of the Korean shop owners, standing on the roofs of their businesses with guns trying to defend themselves against the marauders:  "Asian Americans Are Calling on Allies in Response to a Wave of Violence" (Makalintal).  Trump's fault!

Tweet (Dimitri Lascaris):
"Irwin Cotler, one of the most outspoken promoters of Israeli apartheid, just told @CBCNews that China is now the “leading threat to the rules-based international order.”"
Tweet (Dan Sheehan) (real life):
"A heartwarming story coming out of Ohio today as an eleven year old boy successfully auctions off his organs to pay for his mother's bathroom breaks at the Amazon warehouse"
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