Pro-Republican Georgia election links

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https://isgb.blogspot.com/2020/11/kamala-harris.html

Found off a wiki thats not wikipedia.  All the far-left information available. Vote Republican to keep 2 party system

Rev. Dr. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock has been the senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta since 2005. He is running for the U.S. Senate in Georgia.

Raphael Warnock was born in Savannah, Ga., “the 11th of 12 children born to two Pentecostal-Holiness ministers.” Raphael Warnock served as a “youth pastor for six years and assistant pastor for four years” at the Abyssinian Baptist Church of New York.

Bio

Raphael Warnock has served, since 2005, as the Senior Pastor of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, spiritual home of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The son of two Pentecostal pastors, Dr. Warnock responded to the call to ministry at a very early age, and became, at age 35, the fifth and the youngest person ever called to the senior pastorate of Ebenezer Church, founded in 1886. Yet, before coming to Ebenezer, “America’s Freedom Church,” Dr. Warnock was blessed to study and serve within the pastoral ranks of leading congregations also known for their deep spiritual roots and strong public witness. He began as an intern at the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church of Birmingham, Alabama, where he was ordained by the Rev. Dr. John T. Porter, who himself had served many years earlier as Martin Luther King, Jr.’s pulpit assistant at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama and later under the tutelage of Martin Luther King, Sr. at Ebenezer. From there, he served for six years as the Youth Pastor and four years as Assistant Pastor at the historic Abyssinian Baptist Church of New York City – also one of the nation’s leading congregations. Finally, before taking the helm of Ebenezer, Pastor Warnock immersed himself further in the challenges of urban ministry, in the 21st century, while serving for 4 ½ years as the Senior Pastor of Baltimore’s Douglas Memorial Community Church, also a spiritual base of social activism.

Under Pastor Warnock’s leadership, more than 4,000 new members have joined Ebenezer, enhancing the Church’s legacy of social activism with both spiritual and numerical growth. Several new ministries have been launched, including Worship on Wednesdays (WOW), EbenezerFest, Cutting Through Crisis, Faith & Fitness, Jericho Lounge, Young Adult Ministry and After Midnight (A Watch Night Worship Celebration). The Church’s income has continued to grow, even during the Great Recession, making possible over $5 million in capital improvements to the Educational Building and the Horizon Sanctuary, including HVAC systems, upgrades to the roof and enhancements in sound and lighting systems. Additionally, our pastor led us in a successful fundraising campaign to build the $8.5 million Martin Luther King, Sr. Community Resources Complex. The brand new building houses the Church’s administrative offices, the fellowship hall, classrooms, meeting rooms, a Cyber Café and an MLK Collaborative of four nonprofit partners, including Operation HOPE, Casey Family Programs, The Center for Working Families and nsoro Educational Foundation, all engaged together in helping individuals and families to improve their own life outcomes and live healthier and more prosperous lives.

Rev. Warnock is married to Mrs. Ouleye Ndoye Warnock.[1]

Education

The Rev. Dr. Warnock graduated from Morehouse College cum laude in 1991, receiving the B.A. degree in psychology. He also holds a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree from Union Theological Seminary, New York City, from which he graduated with honors and distinctions. Seeing his pastoral work as tied to the ministry of scholarship and the life of the mind, Rev. Warnock continued his graduate studies at Union, receiving a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) degree and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the field of systematic theology.[2]

Activism

Rev. Warnock has a long history of backing leftist cause celebres and legal cases: As a pastor, Rev. Warnock sees the whole community as his parish. Accordingly, he has defended voting rights in his own state of Georgia. And when, in 2006, the State of Louisiana failed to protect the voting rights of recent Katrina evacuees, he led a “Freedom Caravan” of citizens back to New Orleans to vote. Dr. Warnock has addressed his ministry to urban men through a barbershop ministry called “Cutting Thru Crisis” and through a series of Bible Studies held in a local car wash. Newsweek magazine covered this example of his unconventional approach to ministry in an article entitled, “For Those Who’ve Fallen, Salvation Amid the Suds.” Dr. Warnock has taken on the contradictions in our criminal justice system through his preaching and through his fierce public advocacy. Along with many others, he stood up for Troy Davis, Trayvon Martin and Genarlow Wilson, a high school student ensnared by a poorly written law and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Wilson was released on appeal and has since graduated from Morehouse College. His bold and visionary leadership has been further demonstrated through his public policy work with The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS and his ongoing efforts to provide tuition support for young people pursuing post-secondary education. Dr. Warnock is a graduate of the Leadership Program sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee, a graduate of the Summer Leadership Institute of Harvard University and a graduate of Leadership Atlanta.He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. and a Lifetime Member of the NAACP.[3]

Honors

Rev. Warnock’s activism was honored in 2016, as his footprints were placed on the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame. Among other honors, Rev. Warnock has been recognized as one of “Atlanta’s 55 Most Powerful” by Atlanta magazine, one of the “New Kingdom Voices” by Gospel Today magazine, one of “God’s Trombones” by the Rainbow Push Coalition, a “Good Shepherd” by Associated Black Charities, one of the “Chosen Pastors” by The Gospel Choice Awards, “A Man of Influence” by the Atlanta Business League, one of The Root 100 in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 (TheRoot.com a division of the Washington Post), one of the “Top 10 Most Influential Black Ministers” by Loop 21, one of the “20 Top African American Church Leaders” by TheRoot.com and he has received the Reverend Dr. William A. Jones Justice Award from the National Action Network. He is a National TRIO Achiever Award recipient and has been honored by induction into the Martin Luther King, Jr. Board of Preachers.[4]

Raphael Warnock Pastor during Fidel Castro Visit

Calvin Butts sits next to Marxist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in Abyssinian Baptist Church

In an article headlined “Georgia Senate candidate Warnock was assistant pastor of church that hosted, praised Fidel Castro in 1995,”[5] it was revealed that Raphael Warnock was a pastor at the Abyssinian Baptist Church when Cuban Marxist dictator Fidel Castro visited in 1995. Raphael Warnock‘s campaign spokesman distanced the Senate candidate from the Marxist dictator. “Twenty-five years ago, Reverend Warnak was a youth pastor and was not involved in any decisions at the time,” said campaign spokesman Terence Clarke. Warnock declined the campaign to provide further comment on whether or not he attended that particular event.

The article revealed that “In C-span footage At the event, Head Pastor Calvin Butts praised Castro, saying, “Alluding to Fidel’s mantras!” Fidel! Fidel!” Further, it was explained that Calvin Butts “defended the decision to invite Castro, arguing that ‘our tradition is to welcome those who are visionaries, those who are revolutionaries, and those who want the freedom of all people around the world.’

The scene was described in a 1995 New York Times article:[6] “Early in the evening, about 1,300 people sat shoulder to shoulder in the pews of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, waiting for Mr. Castro. A diverse crowd, including whites, blacks and Hispanic people, had spent hours on line for the ticketed event. Many said they were there to show support for Mr. Castro’s efforts to derail the Helms-Burton bill in Congress, which seeks to tighten the economic embargo. Many blacks, in particular, said they admired him because they believed he had created harmony between the races in Cuba. “I was here the last time when he came to the Theresa Hotel” in Harlem, said David Brothers, 76. “I felt I had to come again. He’s a principled man and he doesn’t bow down. He did a whole lot for Africans.” Asked whether he expected to see a firebrand mellowed with age, Mr. Brothers said: “He’s still the revolutionary. The suit don’t make the man.” Mr. Castro entered the church at about 7:45 to roars of “Fidel! Fidel! Fidel!” The crowd chanted, “Cuba, si, bloqueo, no.” Mr. Castro strode to the podium, relishing the boisterous show of support, which lasted for 10 minutes. He smiled and nodded at the politicans [sic] and leaders seated in the balcony above, among them Representative Charles Rangel, Representative Nydia Velasquez, Representative Jose Serrano and Angela Davis, the 1970’s black radical who is now a professor of philosophy at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Ms. Davis smiled at him and gave him a fisted salute.”

Butts speaks at Warnock’s church

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Raphael Warnock Mar 19, 2011.

The Rev. Calvin O. Butts III of New York’s The Abyssinian Baptist Church will be the speaker at Ebenezer Baptist Church.

The Rev. Calvin O. Butts III of New York’s The Abyssinian Baptist Church spoke at Ebenezer Baptist Church as it celebrated its 125th anniversary in August 2012.

Rep. John Lewis , D-Atlanta , who recently received the Presidential Medal Of Freedom, will receive a special honor for his dedication racial equality. Also being honored is state Sen. Leroy Johnson, who is chairman of the church’s board of trustees.

During the service, the Rev. Raphael Warnock, the church’s senior pastor, will unveil a work by Donald Bermudez commemorating Ebenezer’s history.[7]

Praise from Calvin Butts

A September, 2001 article from the Baltimore Sun Raphael Warnock addresses Raphael Warnock‘s new position as pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church in West Baltimore, as well as his participation “in a daylong symposium: “The Black Church’s Response to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic.”[8]

From the article: The Rev. Calvin Butts, pastor of Abyssinian, said he wasn’t surprised Warnock was hired. “He’s one of the brightest and most intelligent and academically prepared young clergymen in the country,” Butts said. “He got along excellently with the church members of all ages. He’s a forceful leader, very serious about the issues that impact especially the African-American community. He’s one of the more thoughtful preachers of his generation.”

New Georgia Project

Rev. Raphael Warnock is chair of the New Georgia Project

Fair Fight endorsement

According to Lauren Groh-Wargo Last month, Fair Fight and Stacey Abrams did something for the first time and something we likely won’t do again — endorse in a contested Democratic U.S. Senate race. On January 30, Reverend Raphael Warnock launched his campaign for U.S. Senate. Fair Fight and Stacey endorsed his run soon thereafter, and Fair Fight is making in-kind contributions close to the maximum limit to support his run.I wanted to share some background on why Rev. Warnock is so special and important to me personally, and to our work overall. Rev. Warnock and Stacey have had a long relationship and have worked together on many important issues through the years. The three of us worked closely together in 2014 when we first launched the New Georgia Project, an organization founded to register an electorate that was increasingly younger and more diverse. SOS Brian Kemp launched a suppressive, evil investigation into the New Georgia Project that year, trying to shut down the largest voter registration drive the state had seen in decades, charging us with voter registration fraud. Ultimately, we were vindicated, and no wrongdoing was found. But those months in many ways are the genesis of where we are today.I met Stacey’s longtime friend and former colleague Allegra Lawrence-Hardy, and was connected with Dara Lindenbaum — both who came on that year as legal counsel in our fight against the investigation, and then in the Writ of Mandamus we filed against Kemp — as we had unknowingly uncovered at the time the “exact match” law designed to keep people off voter rolls. 40,000 of the 86,000 forms NGP submitted that year weren’t showing up on the rolls, and so the Mandamus action was meant to force him to register those voters. Though that suit was unsuccessful, the issue evolved into another lawsuit filed by the Lawyers Committee For Civil Rights Under Law, and that lawsuit resulted in 30,000 voters being reinstated to the rolls who had been flagged in 2014 and cancelled out of the system.When Kemp launched his investigation that year and the subpoena arrived and the fight quickly escalated, Stacey and I reached out to Rev. Warnock. He jumped in and worked side by side with us to fight back against Kemp’s attempt to shut down and criminalize voter registration. For Rev. Warnock’s kindness and fearlessness in that fight, I will be forever grateful. It was a very difficult time as we expected at any moment our canvassing offices to be raided, and we had to periodically shut the operation down because we were worried about our canvassers being harassed or arrested. Stacey stepped down from her role as Chair of NGP when she filed for the gubernatorial race in 2017, and Rev. Warnock stepped up as the new Chair of the organization. Now Francys Johnson, another fighter for voting rights and the former State President of the GA NAACP, has become the Chair of NGP.Rev. Warnock is the senior pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church, one of our co-plaintiffs in our nonpartisan Fair Fight Action litigation, and he with his church have fought alongside us to get relief from the courts for Georgia voters.Rev. Warnock is also a leader on numerous progressive issues, including gun safety, criminal justice reform, and civil and human rights. It is an honor to call him a friend, and I could not be happier for the Georgians we fight for every day that he is stepping up to run for US Senate. His run has the chance to transform the conversation about the importance of Georgia in the 2020 election.I hope some of this lends some background as to why Fair Fight’s PAC is taking unprecedented steps to support his candidacy — and why we think you should join us! Please consider making a contribution to Rev. Warnock and help him become the next U.S. Senator from Georgia.[9]

Influence

As an opinion leader, his perspective has been sought out by electronic and print media, locally, nationally and internationally. His work has been featured on CNN, the CBS Evening News, the Huffington Post and in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution which hailed him “a leader among Atlanta – and national – clergy, a fitting heir to the mantle once worn by The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” At President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama’s request, Dr. Warnock delivered the closing prayer at the 2013 Inaugural Prayer Service held at the National Cathedral and delivered the sermon for the Annual White House Prayer breakfast in March 2016.

Rev. Warnock has preached his message of salvation and liberation in such places as The Riverside Church of New York and the International Festival of Homiletics. But he is just as comfortable in a small, country church or an urban storefront. His first book is entitled, The Divided Mind of the Black Church; Theology, Piety & Public Witness (NYU Press, 2014).[10]

SONG connection

June 2018 Ebenezer Baptist church and partners raised money to bail out folks out of jail next week — in time for Father’s Day and Juneteenth. For the church, the bailout was part of a larger focus on mass incarceration.

“We who believe in freedom cannot rest until we dismantle mass incarceration,” said Rev. Raphael Warnock from his pulpit at Ebenezer Baptist Church on Wednesday night, kicking off the Freedom Day Bailout Campaign.

“Part of how that happens is we criminalize poor people. We have effectively made being poor in America a crime,” he said.

He and other critics nationwide want to change how the criminal justice system treats people who don’t have the cash to pay bail or fines or fees.

For the same charges, it’s a different outcome for a person who has $1,000 to pay bail and someone who doesn’t have that money. Without money, people wait for trial in jail.

Or when someone can’t pay a fine, more, unaffordable trouble piles up.

Several times, Warnock referred to the Ferguson report, the scathing product of a federal investigation of the Ferguson, Missouri police. The report documented systemic racism among officers, a pattern of excessive force and other violations of law, plus the effect of fees and fines on folks who can’t pay them.

“As we saw with Ferguson report, poor people get caught up in the system, with fees and fines and then they end up in jail. If they have employment, they end up losing it, if they have children, their children end up in trouble. So this is a serious moral issue,” said Warnock.

Warnock said they hope to bail out a couple dozen people — and that there are similar campaigns going on across the country to address the cash bail system.

In the meantime, campaigners are also asking prosecutors to refrain from demands for cash bail for the vast majority of offenses, said Tiffany Roberts, chair of the Ebenezer Baptist Church Social Justice Ministry.

The new city rule, which had Ebenezer’s support, eliminates bail for some cases that come up in Atlanta’s Municipal Court.

And a new state law requires judges to consider a person’s ability to pay bail on misdemeanors before setting it.

High-profile bailouts in opposition to mass incarceration have already been happening across the country, including national events like Black Mamas Bail Out, set up in time for Mother’s Day. In Atlanta, one of the organizers was Southerners On New Ground, which is also a partner in this campaign, among many other organizations.

Warnock said the church’s ongoing work on ending mass incarceration has included helping people restrict arrest records from public view. That can be done if the arrest didn’t result in a conviction. Those arrest records can prevent people from getting jobs or apartments, Warnock said, even if the person was never convicted of anything.

He also said that in the spring, the church is hosting an interfaith conference on mass incarceration.[11]

Nan Orrock connection

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Raphael Warnock is close to Nan Orrock.

Renitta Shannon connection

State Representative Renitta Shannon February 8 2020.

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Raphael Warnock is not “new to this” he’s “true to this”. I remember organizing with him in 2014 through #MoralMondays Georgia, to conduct civil disobedience at the Georgia Capitol to demand lawmakers #ExpandMedicaid in Georgia. He was 1 of 39 arrested fighting for healthcare for Georgia’s most vulnerable. I trust him to take that same fight to the US senate. I could not be more excited to stand with him. Let’s get him there 👇🏾

MMGA

In Georgia, organizers from Occupy our Homes Atlanta, DSA, and other groups that had worked together began talking about a Moral Monday Georgia (MMGA) coalition in August of 2013. The new state NAACP president, Rev. Francys Johnson, led the first rally, for Medicaid expansion, which attracted 500 people and significant media coverage. He also brought Rev. Barber to speak in Atlanta that day.

A core group of 100-200 activists from 40 Georgia organizations, including DSA, held weekly rallies on a variety of issues drawn from a 12-point platform. On three of the rally days, groups sat in at the Capitol and legislative offices, resulting in 73 arrests of 61 people, 10 DSA members among them. During the last week of the session in mid-March, MMGA—joined by Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock of Martin Luther King’s Ebenezer Baptist Church—drew national and international media attention. This summer, groups of arrestees participated in a 16-city “Jailed for Justice” tour of the state, hoping to spread MMGA outside of Atlanta.[12]

An Open Letter to Governor Nathan Deal

An Open Letter to Governor Nathan Deal from Moral Monday GA By Moral Monday Georgia, April 30, 2014

As of last night, at the stroke of midnight, the clock of human progress turned back decades. You have caused unfair, unjust and harmful consequences for regular everyday Georgians with the passage of HB 990, HB 772, HB 714 and SB 98.

Sadly, your inaction has and will continue to cost real lives and hardships for Georgians who are already struggling. You have chosen politics over principle, a short term view of narrow self-interest over a long term vision of what’s actually best for Georgia, making public policy turns that further marginalize our most vulnerable citizens while also crippling the state’s prospects for economic recovery and prosperity…

MMGA Arrests

Nearly 40 Moral Monday Georgia activists were arrested Tuesday March 18, 2014, for interrupting proceedings throughout the Georgia Capitol in an effort to urge Gov. Nathan Deal to expand Medicaid – and block legislation that would strip him of the authority to do so.

16 Arrests – Senate Gallery: Joe Beasley, 77 Edward Loring, 74, Gary Kennedy, 51, Richard Miles Rustay, 84, Marquerite Casey, 65, Shawn Adelman, 32, female, Lorraine Fontana, 66, Minnie Ruffin, 72, Gladys B. Rustay, 81, Emma Stitt, 23, Morgan Swann, 62, female, Emma French, 22, John Slaughter, 74, Ray Miklethun, 79, Gregory Ames, 65, Robert Goodman, 73.

12 Arrests – at Governor’s Office: Shanan Eugene Jones, 39 George F. Watson, Jr., 65, Francys Johnson, Jr., 34, male, Jeffrey Blair Benoit, 55, John Evans, 81, Raphael Warnock, 44, Karen Elaine Reagle, 71, Katherine Acker, 61, George Johnson, 42, Ronald Allen, 38, Fred Douglas Taylor, 71, Donald Bender, 73.

11 Arrests – Outside Senate Doors: Kevin Arthur Morgan, 66, Emilia Sigrid Kaiser, 26, female, Daniel Sean Hanley, 32, Sara Katherine Gregory, 31, Dawn Gibson, 39, Corey A. Hardiman, 22, male, Fred Albert, 67, Jacqueline Rodriquez, 31, Michael Schumm, 51, Neil Yukt Sardana, 32 Misty Novitch, 27.[14]

The Real Threat to Democracy Is Coming From the Left

What’s really the bigger threat to democracy: lawyers asking the courts to adjudicate claims of election fraud, or government officials threatening to use police powers to quash dissent?

Considered in those terms, the answer should be obvious. Our entire system of government turns on citizens constantly questioning the actions of government officials, which is exactly what we at The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society have been doing, alongside many other patriotic citizens who share our concerns about the integrity of our elections.

According to a recent poll, less than half the country is confident that government officials ran the 2020 presidential elections freely and fairly. The only way to restore confidence in our republic is through public litigation — open hearings presided over by competent judges who can then either ensure that the election was fair or verify that irregularities and illegal activities corrupted the results. If something went wrong with the last election, we need to fix it before the next one. If there was nothing seriously amiss, then the people need to see that for themselves.

Unfortunately, many government officials — particularly in the State of Michigan — don’t share that view. Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel want us to ignore the widespread irregularities that we witnessed with our own eyes and blindly trust them when they tell us that the recent elections went off without a hitch. The Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson refuses to testify before the state legislature and its oversight committees.

Worse, they’re openly talking about using the power of government to criminally investigate and potentially prosecute those who think the American people deserve more than the self-serving words of partisan politicians.  

Whitmer, for instance, deployed 200 state police officers to the Michigan Capitol Building to physically block the door so that Republican legislators and electors could not enter on December 14. At first, she claimed it was over COVID restrictions, but she later declared that it was due to “security threats,” as though allowing the people’s elected representatives — but only those from the opposing party — into the people’s house was a physical danger. 

Nessel, meanwhile, suggested that lawyers who challenge the election in court should be disbarred, suggesting that merely questioning statutory violations and highly suspicious circumstances in Michigan and other states constitutes an unjustified attack against the Constitution itself.

We couldn’t disagree more. The Founders established the separation of powers not just to survive dissent, but to thrive on it. The real threat to the Constitution comes from those who claim the authority to suppress — and even punish — opposing viewpoints by virtue of holding a temporary position of power. Government officials derive their authority from the consent of the governed, not the other way around.

The same authoritarian impulses revealed in Michigan are popping up at the national level, too. New Jersey Representative Bill Pascrell recently suggested that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should refuse to seat 126 Republican representatives simply because they signed on in support of a lawsuit challenging the presidential election results.

That’s the sort of thing happening in banana republics. It’s not supposed to be possible in the United States of America. The truth is, however, that there’s nothing special about this country or our system of government that grants us protections from abuses of power by our elected leaders. So long as we’re run by humans, not angels, we will be tempted to this corruption.

The only lasting protection that “we the people” have against authoritarianism is our collective belief in the rule of law and the limitations it places on those we entrust to run our government. 

Dissent is not a threat to the Constitution. The real threat comes from those who wish to criminalize dissent.

The Cheat In Plain Sight

It’s in the data. It was “certified.” It was “recounted.”

Independent data scientists who are able to spot much more complex data manipulation for clients—who have the most to lose (banks and financial institutions)—were able to easily contextualize and explain the proof from the data itself.

Proof of what?

Election cheating—the data proves it!

Justin Mealey, is a former electronic warfare specialist for the U.S. Navy and the CIA. David Lobue is a data scientist whose skills have been in demand across a wide variety of industries. This past week the two appeared before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on elections for the State of Georgia. 

Georgia is a state where Biden supposedly “won” by 12,000 votes. 

Yet in their simple—easy to understand—no conspiracy theories needed (though they might exist and explain some things) explanation—these data scientists proved inaccuracy in the certified results large enough to immediately cancel the “certification” and award the state to President Trump. 

In fact the data is so clear that they were able to flip the state in three counties without involving Fulton County.

They didn’t need any outside testimony, they didn’t have to make connections to foreign governments or dead people and they explained how the cheat held up under a canvass and low intensity recount.

They relied upon the data as certified by the Georgia Secretary of State (who should probably go to jail) and they drew their conclusions based on the logs as votes were tallied in real time. So save your breath if you think you’ve already got the answer to their conclusions because the original source material they drew upon is the certified numbers that the state allocated electors for. They are inaccurate. They do not represent the will of the state of Georgia. And they are definitive proof of an overwhelming win by Donald J. Trump—at least in Georgia. 

It’s all based on one simple idea. In Georgia’s tabulation process, President Trump repeatedly “lost votes.” Had them subtracted. Had them taken away.

Two observations for the uninitiated.

  1. Elections don’t work that way.
  2. The phenomenon did not occur for Biden.

In these three counties (screen grabs from Mealey and LoBue’s presentation) they document eight instances where Trump’s votes simply evaporated. They also document that in one instance alone the votes are added to Biden’s total. Oddly enough that “flip” alone is enough for Biden’s margin to be nullified. (In elections no vote tallies should dip under the line).

Without even digging into the absolute corruption and criminality of the Fulton County fiasco, which may take years to investigate, the hard data—right in front of your very eyes—proves Trump won Georgia. 

This particular set of scientists speculated he won by probably more than 200,000 votes. But they would need to study every other county in Georgia to confirm the margin.

It’s important to note that only a month ago merely one lone House Republican was willing to say he’d stand up to the cheating. 

After more and more evidence has been laid out in the open, and in cases like this using the data that the state itself falsely certified as accurate, now there are more than a dozen U.S. Senators and 10 times that many House members that are ready to take this fight to the people. 

Senator Cruz’s plea is to ask/grant a 10-day period for official forensic examination. 

My recommendation would be to get similar data analysts to simply match logs with state certifications. There should never be votes dropping. Find any places where they do and add them back in. 

Because again—oddly—Biden’s logs don’t record such decrements.

Find the data that show’s Trump’s votes being subtracted, add them back to his total and you will stop the cheat, in its tracks, in plain sight.

Where it’s been hiding all along!

Biggest Horse-Race Fixer of All Time Says Democrats Stole Election. Here’s How.

So, no other conservative media personality has friends like I do. In addition to many of the top GOP politicians and the president of the United States, my list of buddies includes some “only in Vegas” characters such as “Richie.” Richie is a professional gambler and a convicted horse-race fixer.

Back in the day, Richie may have been the greatest and most prolific horse-race fixer in history. He fixed over 1,000 horse races in 11 years at every racetrack in California, bribing over 100 jockeys. Eventually, he was convicted and served time in prison.

That was 25 years ago. Today, Richie is one of the good guys and a respected member of his community, as well as a noted philanthropist. But Richie still has his street smarts — something no one in Washington, D.C., has. For over 50 years, he witnessed the smartest and sharpest scammers and cheaters in the gambling world. No one can spot a scam like Richie. My buddy has a Ph.D. in the Art of the Steal.

Richie watched and studied the 2020 presidential election. He calls it “the greatest scam and steal in world history.” He says anyone who denies this election was stolen is a criminal who was in on the scam; a bribed politician or bureaucrat who benefits from the scam; or a complete naive moron.

What does the world’s greatest horse-race fixer believe happened on election night? Richie says it’s clear that President Donald Trump won in a landslide in key battleground states, so big that Democrats had to move quickly to plan B and bring in reinforcements — vans, U.S. Postal Service trucks, even planes filled with fake ballots, in the wee hours of the morning, with no GOP witnesses watching.

The millions of fake ballots reportedly cast for Joe Biden weren’t enough. Democratic scammers had to call a timeout and obviously brought in millions of additional fake ballots to erase Trump’s massive lead.

In a coordinated conspiracy so easy to see — Richie calls it “amateur hour” — five states clearly agreed at the same time to pause or stop counting votes, thereby buying themselves time to have millions of additional fake ballots filled out, trucked in or, in some cases, flown into nearby airports.

In the case of Georgia, there are accusations of scammers faking that a pipe burst and caused a flood, during which they rolled out suitcases filled with ballots, all of which was caught on video.

Any idiot who isn’t blind can see what happened, says Richie. It was as if a brazen gang of 50 carrying AK-47s and not wearing face coverings robbed five banks at the exact same time, showed their IDs on the way out the door, and then got a blind eye turned by every FBI agent and every judge. Maybe people are in denial. Maybe the D.C. swamp got to them. Maybe they’re in on the scam. A lot of respectable people in power must be getting filthy rich on this scam, says Richie.

Some telltale signs of the scam: reports that GOP witnesses had to be removed from the room; that these ballots had only one name filled out (Biden) because scammers were rushing and didn’t have time to fill out down-ballot races; and that many of the ballots looked pristine because they were clearly never mailed but rather rushed from printing presses to counting rooms.

Street-smart Richie says this case is such a slam dunk that any judge who throws it out is dirty and any prosecutor who can’t convict these scammers should lose his or her license to practice law.

Richie compares this case to Scott Peterson’s 2004 murder trial. Peterson got the death penalty based only on circumstantial evidence. This 2020 election scam was so obvious it makes Scott Peterson look innocent by comparison.

Yet here we sit, with a conspiracy so deep that political leaders, mainstream media, social media, judges, prosecutors, the U.S. justice system, and virtually every person in power in D.C. act as if nothing happened. And they do it so casually, so matter-of-factly, that Richie says it’s easy to conclude they’re all in on the scam.

Jan. 20 will determine whether we are still a nation of laws or a corrupt, third-world banana republic where horse-race fixers tell the truth and politicians are the real scam artists.

Fauci: COVID Hit the US the Hardest for One Big Reason

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and a member of the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force, on Monday said he believes the Wuhan coronavirus has hit the United States harder than any other country. 

A large part of the growing pandemic, Fauci said, is because of how individual states are responding to the virus. 

“The states are very often given a considerable amount of leeway in doing things the way they want to do it, as opposed to in response to federal mandates, which are relatively rarely given,” Fauci told the BBC on Monday, CNN reported.

The lack of consistency, especially when it comes to masks and lockdown orders, are something the NIAID director sees as a “major weakness.”

“Although that works well for certain things, when you’re dealing with a pandemic, which doesn’t know the difference between the border of New York and New Jersey, or Florida and Georgia, or Texas and Oklahoma … you have to have a degree of consistency in your response,” he explained.

“What we’ve had was a considerable disparity with states doing things differently in a non-consistent way. There have been a lot of factors that have led to the fact that, unfortunately for us, the United States has been the hardest hit country in the world, but I believe that disparity among how states do things has been a major weakness in our response,” he said.

Fauci referred to social distancing, avoiding crowds and wearing masks as things that have been politicized. In a different time period, he said, Americans would have been more apt to following public health guidelines and requirements. 

Even though Pfizer and Moderna have released millions of doses of their vaccines, Fauci warned about being complacent. In fact, he said people should continue with public health measures, like wearing masks, practicing social distancing and washing your hands, even though the vaccine is here. That’s because herd immunity needs to be developed, not just in the United States, but around the world. 

“Until we get that veil of protection, then we are constantly going to be challenged,” he said.

Fauci is losing his credibility, just as his counterpart, Dr. Deborah Birx, recently has. Just last week Fauci admitted to fibbing with the numbers needed to create herd immunity. He based his numbers “parly based on new science, and partly on his gut feeling that the country is finally ready to hear what he really thinks,” the New York Times reported.

The BBC’s Lie of Biblical Proportions

In the year of the pandemic, it’s no wonder that horrible things continue to come back in ways that are threatening and objectively wrong.  This year, maybe because of the virus and people being stuck at home with nothing better to do, a gross lie has resurfaced as it does every year at this season, undermining truth and the foundation of Judaism and Christianity.  

Each year around Christmas, efforts to propagate this malicious lie get stronger and more brazen. It’s part of a slanderous campaign of deception, whose end goal is to erase Jewish history from Israel, and Israel from the map.  Denying and trying to erase the centrality of Judaism to Israel, and the State of Israel, is bad, and ridiculous, enough.  But doing so also denies the origin of Christianity, and is why Jews and Christians should be alarmed and concerned.

This year, the ante was raised as the lie was spread by none other than the BBC.  Yes, the British Broadcasting Corporation, a global media entity that seems to never miss a good opportunity to spread lies and malice about Israel, since the days of the good ol’ British occupation.  

The BBC’s recent lie is a libel—of biblical proportions.  So, what did the BBC do that was so egregious?  In two different programs this month, they referred to Jesus as a “Palestinian.”  It’s a lie and complete distortion of reality.

The New Testament is unambiguous, and rich with accounts of Jesus being a Jew. It describes his lineage, his participating in countless Jewish rituals, debating and preaching Jewish law, participating in worship in the Temple, and the Last Supper being a Passover seder.  When one propagates the lie of Jesus being a “Palestinian,” it is not just historically inaccurate, but denies the very foundation of Christianity.  

That really should be enough to disprove and dispel the lie, and prevent what one would think of as rational people from spreading it.  But there are no shortage of people who have no compunction about undermining Christianity, much less advocating any hateful story about the “Palestinians,” especially if its one that discredits and blames others for all their problems.

So, if the New Testament account were not good enough to dispel the lie of “Jesus the Palestinian,” historically there’s irrefutable evidence as well.   The fact is that it wasn’t until a century after the crucifixion of Jesus, in the year 132, when the Jews fought Roman occupation (known as the Bar Kokhba Revolt), that the term “Palestine” was applied to the Land of Israel. Only after the Romans defeated the Jews in 135, did they rename the Land of Israel “Palestina” to punish and humiliate the Jews. The Romans hijacked the proper Jewish (and biblical) name, Judea, replacing it with the name of an ancient enemy of the Jews as if to complete the vanquishing of the Land and the People.

So, if the name “Palestine” only came into being 100 years after his crucifixion, it is not possible that Jesus was a “Palestinian.” Period.  Not only that, Jesus never would have even heard that term.  

What made the BBC think that this was true, or maybe even knew it was a lie they could get away with?  The reality is that since the birth of the PLO, marking the beginning of the Palestinian national movement 56 years ago this week, hijacking of truth (as well as used in terrorism) has become part of the “Palestinian” tradition. It’s also an appropriate tradition that this lie is peddled around Christmas which is also the week of the PLO’s birth in 1964.

The successor of the PLO that grants “legitimacy” to their national aspiration, the Palestinian Authority, gives voice to their national aspiration, like the PLO, not by building their own society, but by undermining Israel and its legitimacy.  Accordingly, there’s very little that the PA does from inciting, celebrating, and funding terrorism, to promoting the myth of Jesus as a “Palestinian” that is not meant to undermine Israel.  Over the years, Palestinian Arab leaders and the PA itself have referred to Jesus as: “the first Palestinian,” a “Palestinian messenger,” “the great-grandfather of the Palestinian people,” and perhaps most egregiously, “the first Palestinian martyr (shahid).”

By hijacking Jesus this way, they (unwittingly) ascribe to him characteristics of being a “Palestinian terrorist.” Indeed, the Arabic “shahid” is commonly used posthumously to “honor” those who have died in propagating terror or a broader Islamic jihad, or holy war. It also represents someone who sacrificed his or her life for their Islamic beliefs, and in the “Palestinian” case, for fighting Israel and murdering Israelis.  While they have no qualms undermining Judaism and Christianity, they would never have the audacity to call Jesus a Moslem, because Islam didn’t come into existence until several hundred years after Jesus’ crucifixion.  And while heresy against Judaism and Christianity is just fine, they’d never commit the heresy of calling Jesus the first Moslem, centuries before Mohammed was even born.

I’ve written about this before, but the BBC piling on to the “Palestinian Jesus” myth brings the lie to a new low. If Palestinian Arabs (and the PA) want to be taken seriously, and equally seriously aspire to build a culture and society of their own, they would be well advised not to base their claims on fundamental lies that only serve to take down another society, not to mention the two original, and biblically based, monotheistic faiths and their adherents.

People of faith and good conscience need to use every means and media possible to debunk the lie of the “Palestinian Jesus.”

The Worst People In Media 2020

This year was a disaster in just about every respect, but nothing compares to the overall disaster that is the media. Informing the public and seeking the truth took a backseat to agenda pushing and straight-up advocacy. While everyone in the media soiled themselves this year, to one degree or another, some people are just so awful they deserve special recognition.

Joy Reid. Liberals fail up. There’s really no other explanation as to why this conspiracy theorist who only takes a break from lying to make a complete fool of herself would get a new show on MSNBC. The fraud who lied about her blog being hacked to cover up her history of homophobia had been relegated to an unwatched weekend slot, but now she’s back in the big leagues. Why? Why not? When you have no standards, when you set the bar so low it’s laying on the ground, anyone can clear it. How else could anyone explain elevating someone so blatantly stupid, not to mention racist? Maybe next year we’ll finally get an answer from the FBI about who posted all those homophobic and transphobic things on her old blog? Don’t hold your breath.

Jake Tapper. Tapper lives in his own little world where he’s the smartest man living in his head. Conservatives get excited every couple of months when he accidentally commits a tiny bit of journalism by asking a semi-tough question of a Democrat (which is rarely, if ever, followed up by pressing the issue) or delivers a monologue on a 90 percent issue. But at his core, and in his work, he’s every bit the liberal activist who made his name writing about a date he had with Monica Lewinsky at the height of the scandal that haunts her to this day. He parlayed that date into a job at the left-wing blog Salon, then a book about trying to “steal” the 2000 election. He wormed his way up to ABC News, then his own show on CNN. There he sits, playing his scripted role in spreading the Russia Hoax lie like a loyal puppy, all while claiming to be the last honest man in Washington, DC. Naturally, he’s “won” many awards from his fellow travelers for his “reporting.” Expect him to recede further into his liberal hole during the Biden administration, soft kisses for access and choir-preaching will likely win him even more plaques with his name on them.

Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo. These two people share half a brain that only works a quarter of the time. Their shows are interchangeable, with neither better than the other at reading DNC talking points. Their nightly “hand off” from one show to the other would embarrass kindergarten students, yet these highly paid adults droolingly beclown themselves nightly, unware of their own failings. These two are the yin and yang of stupid. Fredo gave us one of the videos of the year, when he asked where it said protests have to be peaceful and a dry ramen noodle munching kid pointed out to the law school graduate the words “the right of the people to peaceably assemble” in the First Amendment. You’d think people who do news for a living would follow the news.

There are others: human Weeble Brian Stelter whining daily about Fox News while ignoring the lies and bigotry of his own network. Christiane Amanpour admitting journalists won’t be reporting on Hunter Biden and comparing the Trump administration to Kristallnacht. Your choice of Gupta on CNN or MSNBC attacking anyone skeptical of the decrees of President Fauci as the ramblings of people who aren’t epidemiologists while neither are, etc.

But the biggest media loser of the year is Matt Drudge. His traffic collapsed, his ideology exposed as simply about himself, Matt was exposed as a fraud in the book, “The Drudge Revolution.” He made a lot of money, probably, but it came at the cost of all respect for him. He took the fine art of career suicide to a new level when he embraced the business model of the Huffington Post and pandemic porn.

Good riddance to 2020, and good riddance to each of these people.

Oh, they’ll still be around, to a lesser degree – liberals will continue to prop up each of them because they still have a few threads of the “useful” part of useful idiots, but they won’t be taken seriously anymore. The wider public now sees what they so desperately tried to hide, and there’s no putting that toothpaste back in the tube.

How Nancy Plans to Get Rid of Trump Once and for All

It’s no secret that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) loathes President Donald Trump. She’s been a thorn in his side since day one. That’s why it’s not surprising that she has a plan to boot Trump out of the Oval Office, one way or the other. 

Over the weekend Pelosi met with various leaders to discuss the $900 billion Wuhan coronavirus relief plan, which both the House and the Senate passed late Monday night. The bill is currently sitting on Trump’s desk to be signed into law.

During those discussions, the House speaker said she should would take drastic measures to remove him from the White House, even if she had to do it herself.

“I’m counting down the hours ‘til he’s gone,” Pelosi told her leadership team this weekend, according to a report from POLITICO. “I plan to pull him out of there by his hair, his little hands and his feet.”

President Trump, his campaign, and his legal team have been focused on alleged voter fraud that took place during the 2020 presidential election last month. They have also filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the United States Supreme Court. The campaign is effectively asking the high court to review lower court decisions in the Donald J. Trump for President v. Kathy Boockvar, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania case.

According to the petition, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court illegally changed the state’s voting by-mail laws by extending the deadline ballots could be received and counted. The only way that can legally be changed is for the state legislature to pass legislation extending the deadline, something the Pennsylvania legislature failed to do. Instead, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar extended the deadline three days later.

The Trump campaign also took issue with ballot counting and challenges that took place during the count. They claim Republican challengers who were allowed to be in the room had to be six feet away, which made it impossible for them to adequately validate each ballot being counted. 

Outside of the legal track, there are plans for a challenge in Congress. A handful of congressmen and women have said they plan to step forward when the House convenes to certify the Electoral College’s decision to name Joe Biden as the next president on January 6th.

Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL), one of the members leading the fight, said he believes Trump’s path to victory is no longer in the courts but rather in the House of Representatives. As the House moves to certify the election results, they most go state-by-state. All it takes is one representative and one senator to object to that state’s results. The congressman says those states that are called into question should be thrown out. If that happens in enough battleground states then neither Trump nor Biden would hit the 270 electoral votes to win the Electoral College. That would mean the House would pick the president. 

Under the Constitution, according to Brooks, should the House have to pick the president, each state gets just one vote. That one vote is based on what party controls the state House. The GOP runs 26 state Houses, meaning the Republicans pick who will be the next president.

Is Church “High Risk, Low Reward”?

Some leftist government officials, in the name of trying to fight the spread of COVID-19, have come down hard on churches.

For example, California Governor Gavin Newsom declared (5/7/20), “We’re looking at the science, epidemiology, looking again at frequency, duration, time, and looking at low risk-high reward, low risk-low reward.” [Emphasis added]

He has defined abortion clinics as essential. But churches were categorized as non-essential. Christian legal groups have had to fight with the governor to be able to practice religious freedom, which the Constitution guarantees. Newsom was not alone in his attempt to hamstring the churches.

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam mandated that only ten people could attend church. But not to worry, said the Theologian-in-Chief of the Old Dominion state: “For me, God is wherever you are. You don’t have to sit in the church pew for God to hear your prayers.”

In November, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear ordered a halt of in-person worship services—even after having been hit with a federal judge’s restraining order earlier this year for doing the same.

All of this leads to an interesting question: What, if anything, do churches contribute to society? Are churches just “high risk, low reward”?

I spoke recently on the radio with Dr. Byron Johnson, Director of the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor.

Johnson told me, “Churches are phenomenally important to society. The bulk of volunteering in America is done by people that come from places like churches. Americans give more than a billion dollars a day to charities. A significant portion of that comes from people that sit in pews of congregations.”

What else does church do for society? Since 2001, Gallup polls have conducted annual “November Health and Healthcare Surveys.” The results of 2020 showed a drop in overall mental health for Americans. Not surprising, in light of the lockdown.

Disrn.com reports (12/13/20) that church-goers were one exception: “… frequent church attendees were the only group in the U.S. that did not experience a mental health decline in 2020….Forty-six percent of Americans who regularly attend religious services said their mental health is ‘excellent,’ an increase from last year’s 42 percent.”

The Journal of the American Medical Association-Psychiatry published an article (5/6/20) on the potential impact of church attendance decreasing the number of “deaths from despair.”

The researchers found that church attendance does indeed help lower the frequency of deaths from despair (including from drugs, alcohol, and suicide). They conclude: “…attendance at religious services at least once per week was associated with a 68% lower hazard of death from despair among women and a 33% lower hazard among men compared with never attendance.”

They add, “The findings suggest that frequent attendance at religious services is associated with lower subsequent risk of deaths from despair.” Go to church and you’re less likely to kill yourself. Or others, for that matter.

Of course, the Church was founded by Jesus Christ, Whose birth we celebrate at this time. Christmas is a reminder that a manger in Bethlehem 2000 years ago once contained a baby that was fully God and fully man, who went on to live a perfect life and offer Himself as a sacrifice on behalf of sinners, so that those who believe in Him will not perish, but have eternal life.

Being assured of heaven in the next life has a positive impact on how we live this life. Church-going involves offering gratitude and sacrifices of praise for the ultimate Christmas gift—the Savior Jesus Christ.

One man of note personally viewed attending church a high priority in his life, even if his schedule was hectic, and the roads were muddy, and getting there was a challenge.

George Washington, the father of our country, was a devout church-goer, back in a day when it was much more taxing to attend. He normally went to the Anglican/Episcopal Church. However, when the Commander-in-Chief was leading the rebellion against the head of that denomination, King George III, Washington became more ecumenical in his worship practices.

He visited Christian churches of all kinds, including Presbyterian ones. The Morristown Presbyterian Church in New Jersey has a stained glass window of Washington receiving communion at that church, an event that occurred during the War. After the War, until his death, he regularly attended church—making Christ Episcopal Church in Alexandria his home church for the last decade of his life.

In Washington’s case, church attendance may have been “high risk” only in the sense of the difficulty of getting there and back. But as is often the case, it was “high reward.”

If only some of our modern political leaders would learn from George’s example. Contrary to the opinion of today’s secular leaders, church tends to be high reward for the attenders and society at large.

Top 40 Nu Metal songs

40. Ill Niño – “What Comes Around”
39. A – “Nothing”
38. Orgy – “Blue Monday”
37. One Minute Silence – “South Central”
36. System of a Down – “War?”
35. Deftones – “My Own Summer (Shove It)”
34. Incubus – “Drive”
33. Linkin Park – “One Step Closer”
32. Union Underground – “Turn Me On Mr. Deadman”
31. Static-X – “Push It”
30. Spinshank – “New Disease”
29. Evanescence – “Bring Me to Life”
28. Saliva – “Click Click Boom”
27. Soulfly – “Bleed”
26. Snot – “Snot”
25. NERD – “Lapdance”
24. Machine Head – “From This Day”
23. Incubus – “Certain Shade of Green”
22. Hed PE – “Bartender”
21. Taproot – “Again and Again”
20. Adema – “Giving In”
19. Hoobastank – “Crawling in the Dark”
18. Crazy Town – “Butterfly”
17. Limp Bizkit – “Rollin’”
16. Korn – “Freak on a Leash”
15. Coal Chamber – “Loco”
14. Slipknot – “Wait and Bleed”
13. Kid Rock – “American Badass”
12. Mudvayne – “Dig”
11. American Head Charge – “Just So You Know”
10. Disturbed – “Down with the Sickness”
9. Drowning Pool – “Bodies”
8. Alien Ant Farm – “Movies”
7. Deftones – “Back to School”
6. Linkin Park – “Points of Authority”
5. P.O.D. – “Alive”
4. Papa Roach – “Last Resort”
3. System of a Down – “Chop Suey!”
2. Korn – “Blind”
1. Limp Bizkit – “Break Stuff”