The three greatest oxymorons in American English are (in order) “Civil Servant”, “Civil War”, and “Honest Election”, followed very distantly by “Military Intelligence.”
News Not Heard
As previously mentioned, the DWB and DBT continue to run with their “our man won, it’s over” narrative. As such you may not have heard these stories.
By Tom Ozimek, NTD
The Kentucky Republican told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing that he believes allegations of fraud in the 2020 election are credible.
“The fraud happened. The election in many ways was stolen and the only way it will be fixed is by in the future reinforcing the laws,” he said.
Grave charges for a U. S. Senator to level.
The Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, has another serious election issue to report.
By Masooma Haq, Epoch Times
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe confirmed that there was foreign interference in the 2020 election, according to CBS correspondent Catherine Herridge.
“Well DNI Ratcliffe leads the 17 intelligence agencies and he has access to the most highly classified information that is held by the US government. And he told CBS News that there was foreign interference by China, Iran, and Russia in November of this year and he is anticipating a public report on those findings in January,” Herridge said.
Ratcliffe’s office did not immediately respond to The Epoch Times’ request for confirmation of the report.
Nor have investigations closed down in the “Swing States” perverted by Party X.
Michigan Oversight Committees Issue Subpoenas for Detroit, Livonia Election Communications, Equipment
The Michigan Oversight committees issued subpoenas to the clerks of Detroit and Livonia to obtain communications and procedures related to vote counting in those cities.
By Kyle Olson, Breitbart
In letters addressed to Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey and Livonia City Clerk Susan M. Nash, legislative oversight committee chairmen state Sen. Ed McBroom (R) and state Rep. Matt Hall (R) compelled the pair to turn over a list of documents related to their investigation into the handling of the 2020 general election.
Winfrey, whose jurisdiction includes the absentee vote-counting location of the TCF Center, is required to submit 48 different documents to the committee, including:
- Hard drives and memory devices for adjudication machines that were used during the AVCB (absentee vote counting board) process.
- Record of the public accuracy test for all machines used to tabulate votes in the 2020 general election.
- Any and all written complaints or documents evidencing complaints from those who were at the TCF Center during the AVCB process.
- Any video surveillance footage from the TCF Center or the AVCB process.
- A full list of the City of Detroit’s poll workers and their political party affiliation.
- A list of who was authorized to pick up election materials from the Detroit City Clerk’s office, ballot drop boxes, or voting centers.
- A list of who made the pickups and drop-offs during the election this cycle.
“Why bother, the Electoral College Vote has been cast.” you may assert?
By admin, Sunday USA News
Although Dec. 14, the day that presidential electors case their votes for president, has come and gone, Ellis argues that President Donald Trump still has time to challenge the election results and that state legislatures still have time to decide which set of votes from dueling slates of delegates to send to Congress on Jan. 6, the day when the electoral college votes are counted.
This comes after Republican electors in seven states cast alternate votes for President Donald Trump, setting up a new challenge for Congress when they count the votes next month. Critics argue that those votes are merely symbolic and have no force of the law. However, alternate votes have been accepted by Congress before.
Ah, and that precedent is relatively recent:
In 1960, Democrats successfully cast an alternative set of votes for John F. Kennedy in Hawaii after the state’s governor certified the electors for Richard Nixon amid a recount. Congress ultimately counted the votes from Kennedy electors, who were signed off by the governor as well, even though he wasn’t declared the winner in the election until 11 days after Nixon’s electors were certified.
Ah yes, the last time the dhimmocrats cheated on something approaching this scale in a Federal Election.
And now for the Interesting Polls
More voters agree there was election fraud
By Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner
For the second day in a row, a new voter survey has found support for President Trump’s vow to fight on with his challenge to the election, with more believing that it was plagued with fraud.
While a Tuesday Pew Research Center survey said that it was mostly Republicans who believed that fraud occurred, the new McLaughlin & Associates poll found that all voters, by a 46%-45% margin, believed that there was fraud.
That surprised the pollsters, especially since they also reported that more in the survey voted for Joe Biden over Trump.
“Among American voters the majority is not convinced that voter fraud did not occur in their presidential election. It is important to note that the poll model reflects the national popular vote of 51% Biden, 47% Trump,” Jim and John McLaughlin said in a Newsmax column. They shared their charts with Secrets.
Thus it seems the DWB and DHT have been less than fully effective in their efforts to cover the election fraud with a pillow until it stops moving.
In other polling news, the non-coat-tails of the non-winner are showing in Georgia.
Emerson Runoff Polls: 51/48 In Both Georgia Races For …
By Ed Morissey, HotAir
Georgia’s Senate runoffs have become a tag-team match — and the red leotards might be pulling ahead on points. A new poll out by Emerson shows “nearly identical” three-point leads for Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler over their Democrat challengers, Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. That’s still within the polls’ margins of error, but it does look as though a trend might be developing in the GOP’s favor:
In the two US Senate run-off elections in Georgia, Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler hold nearly identical 51% to 48% advantages over Democratic challengers Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. The winners of these contests will determine which political party will control the U.S. Senate.
Spencer Kimball, Director of Emerson College Polling concludes that “the data revealed there is little crossover support, which suggests one party should win both seats.” …
The biggest problem for the two Democrats might be — counter-intuitively — in early voting. Democrats dominated early voting in the general election, thanks in large part to Donald Trump’s concerted efforts to discourage mail-in voting. That edge has almost completely evaporated, although not among the first wave of early voters:
So the firewall in Georgia seems to be holding firm.
Interesting times we live in…