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FBI seizes evidence of election fraud in Georgia

Patrick ByrneUpdate on Georgia ballots: DHS had been trying to move forward this week. Two days ago FBI jumped in claiming jurisdiction. Yesterday 3 PM FBI took control of shredding truck and materials, directed they be returned to shredding operation and the shredding job completed.

If true, this can only be a cover up operation. Even if the documents were just taken into FBI custody rather than returned to the shredder, given the complete lack of interest FBI has displayed in election fraud so far I do not believe there is suddenly any active investigation. The FBI is just making sure it covers things up for Biden.

I didn't post much of Byrne's extra-ballots-in-Georgia saga because it was suspicious but not clearly criminal. Maybe the ballots were marked differently for some reason, but that was unproven. Printing extra ballots for emergencies is understandable. Printing LOTS of extra ballots is suspicious, but not clearly fraudulent. Shredding the ballots right after the election is suspicious, but could have been from an earlier election. I wanted to wait until we had an actual forensic analysis of the ballots in bulk.

Now it looks like we won't get that because the FBI shredded the evidence.

Sun Jan 10 22:44:13 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

The frantic panic to censor social media and remove Trump

I have never, ever seen such an insane, coordinated panic among such theoretically independent actors as I have seen following Trump's capital hill demonstration. Following a relatively minor series of trespassing incidents which may credibly be attributed to false-flag operatives, including claims that police literally opened doors to let people inside, we got a mass panic by Congress that conveniently prevented any actual evidence of election fraud from being aired. After a rush to blame all this on Trump, despite Trump calling for peace and for protesters to go home, there were coordinated moves to ban Trump from communicating with his followers directly on every platform in use. Twitter, banned. Facebook, banned. His direct-email provider, banned. Parler, banned from Apple and Google app stores as soon as Trump signed up. Shopify, banned. The man is still President for a few weeks, and they are banning him from basically everything in an obviously coordinated and unjustified fashion. That's censorship, and it just happened here.

And on top of all of that, Pelosi is threatening impeachment when the man has just a few weeks left in office.

What exactly are they afraid of?

The sanest claim I've seen is that if they impeach him (and the Senate convicts), he can't run again. But the 25th Amendment angle wouldn't do anything about that, so it can't be about future elections. There's no way Trump nukes Iran or China on his way out, that's insane, and I don't believe Trump is insane.

But they are clearly afraid of something!

Sun Jan 10 21:44:13 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Intel community report on election interference

Conservative TreehouseToday, literally hours after congress votes to certify the election results, that very same DNI report is now delivered to congress.

Buried inside an article noting that politically motivated intelligence officers intentionally withheld information about China’s active involvement in the 2020 election, we find this sentence: “The intelligence community’s classified assessment on foreign influence in the 2020 election … was also submitted to Congress on Thursday.”

They submitted the report within hours of the electoral college vote being counted, meaning that it was being deliberately withheld prior to that for political purposes. Yet another act of treason by the intelligence agencies against the president.

Washington ExaminerPoliticization problems exist in U.S. spy agency assessments on foreign influence in the 2020 U.S. election, including analysts who appeared to hold back information on Chinese meddling efforts because they disagreed with the Trump administration's policies, according to an intelligence community inspector.

“Given analytic differences in the way Russia and China analysts examined their targets, China analysts appeared hesitant to assess Chinese actions as undue influence or interference. The analysts appeared reluctant to have their analysis on China brought forward because they tend to disagree with the administration’s policies, saying in effect, I don’t want our intelligence used to support those policies,” Zulauf concluded, saying this behavior violated analytic standards requiring independence from political considerations.

It sounds like they left out a lot from what they did submit, too.

Sat Jan 09 00:48:03 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

"Mostly peaceful" protests

I have little to say about what happened. I wasn't there. I am sure the vast majority of the people who were there were there to protest a stolen election peacefully. Some were not. I am confident that some of the people engaged in the violence were false-flag operators: some sites have identified such individuals, and even interviewed them about it; others identified common tactics such as pre-positioned "construction supplies". Some people were doubtless caught up in the mob mentality of the moment. Some people were legitimately angry patriots.

I don't encourage violence, but after the rampant and continuing censorship of the last year combined with two elections in a row characterized by dramatic and obvious fraud, it's hard to see what else is really left. The soap box has been censored by Big Tech, the ballot box has been stuffed with fraudulent votes. There are a lot of people out there looking at Box #3 and asking for a reasonable alternative to opening it. One of the key advantages of democracy is that you can change the government peacefully and without the bloody mess.

Sure, we can "try again in 2022", but what assurances are there that those elections will be any less rigged? Especially if the Supreme Court now has 15 justices and the Senate has members from DC and Puerto Rico?

We've had a year of relentless riots and looted cities by Antifa and BLM, and now, NOW, they want to condemn violence? And they want to condemn Trump for inciting the violence after banning his speeches on Twitter that called for peaceful protest? And they are already turning, once again, to the 25th Amendment removal claim?

I can read the signs. This is yet another media narrative. A stolen election, with Pence (predictably) declining to act; a protest, some agitated violence, and the media narrative all ready to go about how Trump must be removed immediately and we can't wait another few weeks to have an orderly transfer of power.

At this point, I see almost no possible path for Trump to remain. I think we're kinda screwed there. But, interestingly, I see that the left is still terrified enough that they want Trump out of office right away, and we still have the hanging-fire of the DNI's foreign interference report and Trump's last-minute shuffles.

I don't see a path to victory, but my gut tells me there is still a shoe in the air.

I don't want violence, but I see the political and media and tech systems deliberately closing off all other avenues for political change, and I ask, what is left?

Sat Jan 09 00:45:46 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Charges dropped against first Kenosha shooter

Concealed NationThe only charge that remains is disorderly conduct; the felony recklessly endangering safety charge for firing the handgun will not proceed. Having to argue in one case that Ziminski fired the first shot that night might have proved embarrassing while trying to prosecute the Rittenhouse case, where their story is that Kyle started all the trouble. So Ziminski’s inconvenient gun charge has simply gone away.

Predictably corrupt.

Rittenhouse tried to do the right thing. He's learning that doing the right thing is not any kind of protection.

Categories 2nd Amendment

Fri Jan 08 21:38:57 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Cleta Mitchell of True the Vote separated from law firm after Trump call

Just The News"As you are probably aware, there has been a massive pressure campaign in the last several days mounted by leftist groups via social media and other means against me, my law firm, and clients of the law firm, because of my personal involvement with President Trump, his campaign and the White House, related to the November 3 general election in Georgia," Mitchell wrote. "After discussions with my firm's management, I have decided that it is in both of our interests that I leave the firm."

Once more, the Left has decided that anyone who offers legal services to the Right or otherwise opposes their totalitarian impulses must be expelled from financial life.

Wed Jan 06 22:25:12 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Judicial Watch gets consent decree extension after Kentucky violation

Judicial WatchJudicial Watch announced today that the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky agreed with Judicial Watch that Kentucky’s former Democrat Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes breached the terms of a National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) Consent Judgment with Judicial Watch by delaying sending out voter notices, which allowed the names of people who have died or moved away to remain on the Commonwealth’s voter rolls. As a result of the breach, District Court Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove extended the judgement beyond its termination date from October 31, 2023, to March 31, 2025, which allows it to encompass one additional federal election. Kentucky is set to remove over 250,000 names from the voter rolls under the terms of the consent judgement.

This is about cleaning voter lists.

Categories Fair Elections

Wed Jan 06 21:25:12 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

The steal is back

Gateway PunditA Democrat-leaning Georgia county called it quits for the night with thousands of vote yet to be counted as the two Republican U.S. Senate candidates held on to slim leads after being behind the Democrats most of the evening after polls closed.

As of 11 p.m. EST with about 91 percent of the votes counted, Sen. Kelly Loeffler was ahead of Rev. Raphael Warnock 51.1 to 48.9 percent and Sen. David Perdue was ahead of Jon Ossoff 51.5 to 48.5 percent.

We'll see where the totals stand when the Democrats are finished stealing.

Wed Jan 06 10:46:51 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Fake News host admits to political bias

Gateway PunditCNN’s White House activist-“reporter” Jim Acosta is openly admitting that they will not be covering a Biden administration as aggressively as they went after President Donald Trump.

In an article for the Atlantic about how reporters plan to cover a potential Biden admin, Acosta said that “he doesn’t expect to bring the same crusading style to his coverage of the next administration.”

“I don’t think the press should be trying to whip up the Biden presidency and turn it into must-see TV in a contrived way,” Acosta said.

Now that he thinks the right politician will be taking over, no more adversarial news reporting, we can all relax instead.

Categories Fake News

Tue Jan 05 23:24:15 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Some additional activity on the Seth Rich front

LawflogThe National Security Agency is hiding records about murdered Democratic National Committee employee Seth Rich, according to one of my sources, who informed me yesterday that the records are classified as a special access program (the highest level of classification) because they include intercepted communications between Mr. Rich and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Meanwhile, I’ve been authorized to release the transcript of a July 15, 2020 deposition of Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Sy Hersh, wherein Mr. Hersh is forced to admit that he did speak with a senior intelligence official about an FBI report about Mr. Rich and Wikileaks. That contradicts much of what Mr. Hersh has said publicly since early 2017 (more on that below).

I can't help but think that even if all of this comes out, it will come out too late.

I suppose there is one small ray of hope: if Seth Rich was actually murdered as a result of his involvement with Wikileaks, that's going to be a viable criminal charge for decades.

Categories Spygate

Tue Jan 05 22:24:15 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Obama Admin gave money to Al Qaeda

YahooNon-profit humanitarian agency World Vision United States improperly transacted with the Islamic Relief Agency (ISRA) in 2014 with approval from the Obama administration, sending government funds to an organization that had been sanctioned over its ties to terrorism, according to a new report.

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) recently released a report detailing the findings of an investigation his staff began in February 2019 into the relationship between World Vision and ISRA.

This was already pretty well known, but the Senate report confirms it.

Categories Terrorism

Tue Jan 05 21:24:15 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Will we get video footage of Michigan vote count in time?

Gateway PunditIn Wayne County, the election night counting of absentees was happening at the TCF Center, formerly known as Cobo Hall. This is the site where Detroit City Officials put cardboard over the windows to prevent the GOP from seeing in, where poll workers were militantly hostile to the GOP, and where hundreds of affidavits claim they witnessed voter fraud.

And until now, no one has bothered to review the video footage.

Probably these requests will be delayed as long as possible, just to run out the clock.

Tue Jan 05 20:38:47 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Study by John Lott suggests almost 300k excess votes

Washington ExaminerAn analysis of the 2020 presidential vote suggests that there were 289,000 “excess” votes for Joe Biden in states his victory over President Trump was small, and that differences in votes by neighbors were “suspicious.”

The study by economist John R. Lott Jr., noted for his statistical analysis of guns in America, called into question the victories declared for Biden in Pennsylvania and Georgia and cast a cloud over those in Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

Lott is undeniably a statistical expert with serious credentials and experience. That said, I'm not sure I follow his reasoning here, beyond claiming that there are noticeable differences in voting patterns where there shouldn't be.

Tue Jan 05 20:38:42 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

How the ballot adjudication process leads to fraud

American ThinkerThere was a point in that video where we showed, it was Richard Barron, who had said that 113,000 votes were cast, a 105,000 were adjudicated. Right? Now, that’s not physically possible, you know, which we can prove mathematically but, at the same time, if you adjudicate 105,000 votes, you have to understand from a technological perspective, as we’ve delved into all the different aspects of how the vote moves along, when you adjudicate a ballot, that old reference, the image that you saw or anything like that, is completely destroyed. It’s gone. You can no longer reference that thing. And when you go run a hand recount like you did in Georgia, then you’re looking at a printout of those ballot scans. So, at no point did the original voter intent enter into that process once it’s been destroyed.

And that’s how the hand recount jived with the election information: Original ballots were counted outside of the sight of observers and then destroyed, while “adjudicated” ballots were printed up with the information the adjudicators’ chose, and no hint at all as to the voter’s actual intent.

The fact that Republican ballots were misprinted may explain how so many got tagged for “adjudication”: The printing error triggered a machine misreading that required adjudication.

No wonder that, after all the evidence was in, the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee unanimously passed a motion to embrace Jovan Pulitzer’s proposal to audit Fulton County ballots to determine whether they had actually been mailed-in or had been run off a pro-Biden photocopy machine.

Shortly after the vote to allow the audit, bulk shredders showed up at the counting facility to begin shredding the ballots. That's not suspicious at all.

The good thing about this is that it manages to explain from head to tail how the fraud works -- not very clearly from the testimony but all the pieces are there for the first time.

Basically, the machines are set up to send large numbers of ballots into the adjudication process. We've seen examples of about 68% (Antrim County in Michigan, one county in Nevada) and one in GA where 93% were adjudicated (above). Maybe this is done via differences in ballot printing by region, or the use of Sharpie pens that produce bleed-through. The point is, the machines scan large numbers of ballots that they cannot read automatically. These ballots must be adjudicated by humans.

Those ballot images, after being adjudicated, are deleted and replaced with newly generated ballot images from the adjudication process. Possibly the adjudicated ballots are also printed, so paper copies would exist -- in the case of absentee ballots, paper copies that had never been folded for mailing or handled by human hands; the marks would be made by the printing device. The adjudication process itself can be done remotely over the internet with no audit logs, and the machines can be hacked into with relative ease.

The "traditional" fraud by mail-in voting, ballot harvesting, and so on still happens. But it's less necessary once the machines have sent enough ballots to adjudication. The adjudication process itself controls the results.

Tue Jan 05 20:38:36 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Facebook still disabling GOP political advertising right before the election

Washington ExaminerFacebook temporarily disabled a Republican advertising effort in the Georgia Senate runoffs days before the election.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee announced the “unacceptable” restrictions on Twitter, writing, “Facebook has shut down the ad account for the Georgia Battleground Fund, a joint fundraising committee for NRSC, @Perduesenate, and @kloeffler. This is unacceptable with only 4 days to Election Day.”

It's "unacceptable", but it's going to happen, and the Senate just shut down the last realistic chance to remove Section 230 protections from Big Tech. This sort of thing will keep happening now that the lack of consequences have been demonstrated.

Tue Jan 05 20:38:29 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Wisconsin resolution to award electoral votes to Trump

Gateway PunditThe state of Wisconsin has reportedly announced that it will introduce a resolution on Thursday morning to decertify the state’s electoral college votes and award them to President Trump.

So, the tricky parts here are: it has to pass both sides of the Wisconsin legislature (but probably does not need a governor's signature); it doesn't actually assign electors, just says the State Assembly shall take up legislation... and finally, if it happens on Thursday, it will be after Congress has had their official count (January 6th, or Wednesday). Does the timing matter here, if it's still before the 20th? I don't know. Maybe. And it wouldn't even be the timing of this resolution, but the timing of actual legislation to reassign the electors, which isn't even explicitly promised.

Even if the resolution passes, we still need to actually pass something reassigning the electors, and at least two other states to do the same for the total to change.

This is progress, but it's not the game-changer Gateway Pundit thinks it is.

Tue Jan 05 20:38:23 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

PA vote totals showed over 400K votes removed from Trump

Epoch TimesPennsylvania election data shows that over 432,000 votes were removed from President Donald Trump during the November election, data scientists say.

According to an analysis by the Data Integrity Group, obtained exclusively by The Epoch Times, votes for Trump—from both Election Day and mail-in ballots—were removed from the totals in at least 15 counties.

Time-series election data shows Trump’s votes decrementing in various counties at numerous time points instead of increasing as would be expected under normal circumstances.

Why would a vote total EVER go down?

Tue Jan 05 20:38:16 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

NY prosecutors expand crusade to persecute Trump

NewsmaxNew York prosecutors have hired forensic accounting experts to hunt "for anomalies among a variety of property deals" by the Trump Organization, The Washington Post reported.

The Manhattan District Attorney's Office is investigating whether President Donald Trump's businesses might have inflated the value of assets to get favorable interest rates and tax breaks, a source told the Post.

District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr.'s investigation began in 2018 to probe alleged hush payments to two women who claimed to have affairs with Trump before he was a candidate. He has since expanded the investigation to find other alleged improprieties.

So in other words, they picked the target, investigated something, found nothing, and then looked for some other crime, any other crime, to continue the investigation and hopefully find some way to "get" their target.

That's not how justice works.

Mon Jan 04 23:27:28 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

67% of Republicans say fraud behind Biden win

NewsmaxSixty-seven percent of Republicans believe Joe Biden won the presidential election due to voter fraud, according to a poll conducted by NPR/Ipsos.

"Increasingly, people are willing to say and believe stuff that fits in with their view of how the world should be, even if it doesn't have any basis in reality or fact," Chris Jackson, a pollster with Ipsos, told NPR.

I bet Chris Jackson hasn't read the affidavits or examined the other evidence the way those 67% of Republicans have.

Mon Jan 04 22:27:28 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Census to miss deadline, allowing Biden to make policy

NewsmaxThe Census Bureau plans to announce it will miss a year-end deadline for handing in numbers used for divvying up congressional seats.

That delay could undermine President Donald Trump’s efforts to exclude people in the country illegally from the count if the figures aren’t turned in before President-elect Joe Biden takes office.

It will be the first time that the Dec. 31 target date is missed since the deadline was implemented more than four decades ago by Congress.

Internal documents obtained earlier this month by a House committee show that Census Bureau officials don’t see the apportionment numbers being ready until days after Biden is inaugurated on Jan. 20.

The Deep State strikes again.

Mon Jan 04 21:27:28 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Clinesmith sentencing delayed until after inauguration

This seems like a transparent delay to push the event past Biden's inauguration, should it take place. That would enable the Biden administration and DOJ to potentially take steps to interfere in the process, despite Durham's special counsel appointment.

Categories Spygate

Sun Jan 03 23:32:27 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Smith & Wesson sues NJ AG over advertising lawsuit

AmmolandNew Jersey's tyrannical Attorney General, Gurbir Grewal, is adding to his dubious list of anti-Second Amendment activism. On 15 December 2020, Smith & Wesson sued Grewal, asking for relief, for using his office to violate the First Amendment, Second Amendment, as well as the Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendment protections of the U.S. Constitution.

The Smith & Wesson lawsuit is about a subpoena issued on October 13, 2020, by Grewal, alleging fraud on the part of Smith & Wesson, for advertising with claims such as Smith & Wesson products are safe, or they enhance a person's lifestyle.

Coming out of New Jersey, this is hardly a surprise.

Sun Jan 03 22:32:27 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

PA: 200k more votes than people who voted

PA State Rep Russ DiamondA group of state lawmakers performing extensive analysis of election data today revealed troubling discrepancies between the numbers of total votes counted and total number of voters who voted in the 2020 General Election, and as a result are questioning how the results of the presidential election could possibly have been certified by Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar and Governor Tom Wolf. These findings are in addition to prior concerns regarding actions by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Secretary, and others impacting the conduct of the election.

A comparison of official county election results to the total number of voters who voted on November 3, 2020 as recorded by the Department of State shows that 6,962,607 total ballots were reported as being cast, while DoS/SURE system records indicate that only 6,760,230 total voters actually voted. Among the 6,962,607 total ballots cast, 6,931,060 total votes were counted in the presidential race, including all three candidates on the ballot and write-in candidates.

Will anything be done about this? Of course not.

Hat Tip to Behind the Black.

Sun Jan 03 21:32:27 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Virginia ban on private gun sales takes effect

Virginian-PilotFor the first Yuletide ever, a new law makes it illegal for Virginians to sell their personally owned firearms without buyers clearing the kind of background checks that can only be handled by federally licensed dealers.

Gifts — the genuine kind with zero money, goods or services swapped — are exempt.

Otherwise, both parties must enlist a dealer for a criminal history check run through the Virginia State Police, with the state capping the dealer’s service fee at $15.

Will criminals obey the law? Of course not.
Will this solve any crimes? See above.

Sat Jan 02 23:15:16 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

Just The News publishes summary of BidenGate corruption evidence

Just The NewsNearly a year after President Trump was acquitted in an impeachment trial for seeking an investigation of the Biden family business dealings overseas, explosive new revelations have surfaced showing the extent of Hunter Biden's effort to cash in on his father Joe Biden's name and the timing of key business transactions to the former vice president's policy responsibilities and actions.

Here are some of the key dates and evidence

Read the whole thing.

Categories BidenGate

Sat Jan 02 22:15:16 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger. Comments [Tweet]

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