Fraud and Theft and a Rigged Process

Dems explain how to rig elections and how they’ve been doing it for fifty years.

I do understand why some of you don’t like O’keefe. I get that. And I also understand that anything that seems like it might help Trump makes many of us vomit a little bit inside our mouths. But truth is truth, and being open minded means looking at both sides, and accepting reality when things are *not* as we wish them to be. So, before dismissing the allegation out of hand, did you watch the videos?  Because this is much larger than a mere Trump vs Hillary issue.  It started long before this election cycle and it will continue if we keep pretending it’s not real.

But, but O’Keefe! isn’t really a cogent argument. These people are caught on tape saying the things they say, in segments that are clearly not spliced or edited.

And make sense of this for me- If it’s merely all fraud by O’Keefe because ‘edited videos’ (hint, most videos you watch are edited, which is not the same thing as *doctored*), then why did two of the Democrats involved resign almost immediately, and why was one fired for the things he said? That seems like a case for wrongful dismissal at the very least. It’s easy to sue O’Keefe and demand the unedited videos if he has put words in these people’s mouths. That should be provable. But O’Keefe has a pattern of releasing snippets, and then at the end making the full length, unedited footage available, and something tells me these operatives know what they said and know they were caught, not framed.

Furthermore, the latest email releases (podesta emails 12) show further admissions that bird-dogging was a practice Clinton’s campaign is complicit in, you can read it for yourself.

Here’s a quote in an email to Hilary’s campaign outlining plans for strategy (the reply from Hillary’s campaign only says these plans look good, and talks about tightening up some connections in her speeches, no standing firm against bird dogging):

“Engage immigrant rights organizations. DREAMers have been bird dogging Republican presidential candidates on DACA/DAPA, but they’ve learned to respond. There’s an opportunity to bird dog and record questions about Trump’s comments and connect it to the policy.”
(never mind what wikileaks revealed about what Clinton’s team did to Bernie and his campaign).

We also have independent confirmation that one of the people who was behind the violent protests in Chicago was at that time on the Clinton payroll. It’s a matter of public record, you can look at the FEC records yourself, they are linked here, and we learn shortly before the Chicago rallies Clinton paid her 1600 dollars and gave her a 30 dollar phone (a burner phone? WHY?)

Creamer visited the White House hundreds of times (it’s also a matter of public record), meeting with Obama almost 50 times:
“Robert Creamer, who acted as a middle man between the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee and “protesters” who tried — and succeeded — to provoke violence at Trump rallies met with President Obama 47 times, according to White House records. Creamer’s last visit was in June 2016.”

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Creamer (who has resigned) is married to Illinois liberal senator Jan Schakowsky

We know there is voter fraud and crime all around elections. It’s so conclusive that anybody who claims otherwise immediately loses credibility with me. Here’s George Will pointing out the obvious:

It is hard to think of an innocent reason why Democrats spend so much time, energy and money, scarce resources all, resisting attempts to purge the voter rolls, that is to remove people who are dead or otherwise have left the jurisdiction. It’s hard to think of an innocent reason why they fight so tremendously against Voter I.D. laws. They say, well that burdens the exercise of a fundamental right. The Supreme Court has said that travel is a fundamental right and no one thinks that showing an I.D. at the airport burdens that fundamental right.

We know — we don’t surmise — we know that the 2010, ’12 and ’14 elections were rigged by the most intrusive and potentially punitive institution of the federal government, the IRS. You can read all about it in Kim Strassel’s book Intimidation Game. She’s familiar to all Wall Street Journal readers and FOX viewers. This is not a surmise. I have talked to lawyers in a position to know they say it’s still going on. The IRS is still intolerantly delaying the granting of tax exempt to conservative advocacy groups to skew the persuasion of this campaign.

See also Ace

In 2008, Obama would not even have been on the Indiana primary ballot if not for Democrat operatives forging signatures on his petitions (they also forged signatures on Hillary and Edwards, but only Obama had enough forged sigs to disqualify his place on the ballot).  Four Democrat operatives were charged and found guilty (or pleaded guilty).  Hardly anybody has ever heard about this, though.   I wonder why.

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Voter Fraud in Indiana was proven in 2008

Among the Podesta email releases is this gem, where Podesta admits he is concerned that Obama gamed the elections in Colorado :

High importance. I met with Jim and Mike in Denver. They are both old friends of the Clintons and have lots of experience. Mike hosted our Boulder Road Show event. They are reliving the 08 caucuses where they believe the Obama forces flooded the caucuses with ineligible voters. They want to organize lawyers for caucus protection, election protection and to raise hard $. They are not just Colorado focused and have good contacts in the region Mike is likely to talk to WJC about this in the near future. Marlon and Brynne, can you respond to the org chart request and give them some points of contact. Marc can you reach out to them on the lawyer election protection issues. Thanks.

I really do not understand why the idea that voter fraud has been happening here and this election is also at risk is such an outrage in the media. Well, I guess I do. But it’s not a question, really. Without fraud in Indiana, Obama absolutely would not have even been on the ballot in 2008:

“Democratic operatives were convicted in April of 2013 for forging anywhere from 100-200 election petition forms that qualified Barrack Obama to enter the 2008 primaries.
Indiana law requires Presidential candidates to obtain at least 500 signatures from all 9 congressional districts prior to being allowed on the primary ballot. Obama qualified with 534 signatures in the 2nd Congressional District. It is believed that nearly 100 of those signatures are forgeries, meaning the President would not have qualified to be on the primary ballot in the state. Without the forged signatures, Obama would not have been allowed to run for President in 2008.”

Four Democrats either pleaded guilty or were found guilty, although inexplicably, only one was sentenced to any jail time. They claimed higher ups made them do it. How’d they get caught?

The election fraud was first uncovered by Yale University junior Ryan Nees, who wrote about the scheme for the independent political newsletter Howey Politics Indiana and the South Bend Tribune.

Nees has told Fox News that the fraud was clearly evident, “because page after page of signatures are all in the same handwriting.”

He also noted that no one raised any red flags about the forgeries, and that the petitions sailed through the Board of Elections without any problems, “because election workers in charge of verifying their validity were the same people faking the signatures.”

“The most amazing part about this voter fraud case involving the highest office in the United States is the fact that such a few number of people, because of laziness, arrogance or both did not do their job and thus could have affected the outcome of the election,” noted St. Joseph County Republican Party Charwoman Dr. Deborah Fleming.

So many Obama signatures were forged that it’s unlikely he had enough legal signatures to be on the ballot for the primaries in Indiana. Clinton’s people also forged several pages of signatures, but in Clinton’s case, she had enough legal signatures that she still qualified to be on the ballot. Signatures were also forged on Edwards’ petition to be on the ballot, but the Democrat assigned to forge his signatures grew sickened by the plan and quit.

More here:


pponents of electoral reform continue to insist that, despite all evidence to the contrary, election and voter fraud are a nonexistent problem in America.[1] This myopic view is wrong not only because numerous cases show that these problems do exist, but also because of the deep implications that unchecked election fraud can have for American politics. As the Supreme Court of the United States said in Crawford v. Marion County Election Board, “not only is the risk of voter fraud real but … it could affect the outcome of a close election.”[2]

In fact, the conviction of local party officials and election workers involved with the 2008 Indiana Democratic primary provides a recent example of the warning sounded in Crawford. This fraud was not uncovered until well after the 2008 presidential election, so Americans will never know what impact it might have had on the heated contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for President if it had been discovered at the time.

One thing, however, is certain: Had this fraud been discovered, Barack Obama would have been disqualified from the primary ballot in a major state, and Hillary Clinton would have won all of the Democratic Party delegates in Indiana.

Please do read it all. This is far bigger than the current toxic election cycle. Given the facts and known history of voter fraud, one has to be highly suspicious of the motives of anybody who tries to tell us it’s all just fine, we have nothing to worry about.

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Returning to the Well

Here at home, our plans to move to the Philippines took an almost 1000 dollar hit when paperwork for the Cherub’s passport got all snarled up in redtape and in order to unsnarl it, we needed a lawyer.  We have a lawyer who handles a few things for us now and again.  Funny story about this time, except I’m not laughing super hard.

Part of this paperwork is, honestly something he should have told us to do years ago but he didn’t.   We have to pay 176 dollars to the court for filing fees, and 750 dollars to him.  So as my husband is writing out the first check he asks to be reminded of the amount, and the lawyer (who likes to tell us how much he loves missionaries), says, “176 dollars.  Oh, you know what, go ahead and round it down to 175 and we’ll cover that for you.”  Yep.  He generously offered to cover one dollar of the filing fee while charging us 750 dollars for his part.  I do believe a labouror is worthy of his wages, but honestly, this one stings.

My husband just looked at him for a moment, because he really couldn’t believe he’d just actually said out loud that he’d cover a dollar out of the nearly one thousand dollars we’d be charged and said it like he was being generous.  Are we thinking of the same Shakespeare line right now?  Please say yes.

And then the lawyer shuffled a little sheepishly and said he’d only charge us 500 dollars for his part, unless he had to go to court and then it would be the full 750.  Thing is, I have a sneaking suspicion that’s how he breaks it down for his large clients (nursing homes) anyway.  So there’s that.  And it stinks.  And it means we don’t have the Cherub’s passport when we should.  So there’s also that.  I hate spending that much money on this mission trip before we even buy a plane ticket.   Halp, Halp.

Also, if you could pray for a renter for The Rattery, that’d be grand.  Thanks.

But then… oh, boy.


The Unicornian Boys: Then there is this separate piece of news that is super exciting.  I cannot convey just how exciting because I can’t share all the details, I don’t know others,  and I didn’t explain the ones I knew before because I couldn’t do it without curling up in the fetal position and sobbing so hard I was choking myself on snot and tears and full body sobs.  Because we all (as in both families, ours and the family who kept the boys the last part of the summer visit and hoped to adopt) with dreadful, heartbreaking, crushing news and a sense of near hopelessness.

The short version of the backstory is that we found out before the Unicornians went back home this past summer that our friends who wanted to adopt them probably couldn’t, and that we all would never see them again because they could no longer participate in the orphan hosting program at all and they were moved to a different location so we couldn’t contact them, either.    This is all a system snafu at a level beyond any of us, it had nothing to do with our friends or the boys, except, you know, it had everything to do with all of them, and we all felt just about half-kilt over it and could hardly speak of it. It has been a relentless, cruel, and constant sharp stone in the center of my heart that would not go away, and I am hardly the only one, especially since I have passed the baton (sort of, I’m still hanging on to the end) to somebody who can pick it up and run with it like it should be run with.

And this week a bunch of cool things happened at once and our friends can host them again for Christmas after all,  and they can at least pursue the option of adopting.  Of course, there is no guarantee that will or can happen, and nobody will feel safe about it until the boys are here on the ground forever and being hugged and kissed until they can’t breathe anymore and then we’ll gasp for breath and start all over again.

And, sadly, we really do not plan to be here by Christmas (we are praying to be gone before Thanksgiving) so we won’t see them.  But our kids in the area will be able to see them, and we can leave gifts for them and dear Lord, please, just please, please so much please, let them be here for us to love on in 2 years when, Lord willing and the crick don’t rise, we will be back here in the states hugging new grandbabies and familiar grandbabies, and Lord bless us all, those precious rascals, the four Unicornian boys.


Please help their would-be forever family get those boys here for Christmas.  Please.  Read it.  Pray.  Pass it on.  Make a donation.  God bless and thank-you and just so you know, I have a picture of the youngest on the background of my phone and I kiss that sweet face at least once a day, but he currently has no idea.

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News and views, wikileaks to terra cotta soldiers

21 of the 270 kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls released.Most have babies.

A female interpreter for a journalist doing a documentary on the plight of the refugees in the Calais camp was raped while the journalist was held at knifepoint by two accomplices, and his equipment was stolen.  According to officials:

“Journalists and aid workers have been frequently warned about the dangers of working in the Jungle camp, which contains a small hardcore of serious criminals amongst its approximately 6,000 refugees. ”

The same article tells of another camera crew which was attacked, beseiged by rock throwers, and also had equipment stolen.  They say this kind of violence is very common and happens every night.  So just how small is this ‘small’ group of hardcore criminals?

The Calais camp is scheduled for destruction, and vulnerable children are being moved out.  The first group arrived in England this week.  They are all males, claiming to be between the ages of 14 and 18, but with young men of this age, it’s impossible to tell just by looking if they are still teenagers or if they are adults, and many are missing paperwork.  Aid workers are required to treat them as vulnerable children if they say they are minors.

What we’ve been told about the war in Syria may not be true.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo claims only the media can read Hillary’s leaked emails, it’s illegal for every day citizens to see them.  Recall that among the leaks is the revelation that Donna Brazile (CNN) leaked a townhall question in advance to the Clinton campaign and his lies make sense.

You can read the wikileaks for yourself here.  There’s also a search function.

Politico reporter calls himself a hack, asks  Clinton Campaign’s approval for his story and begs them not to tell anybody that he did.

Mediaite: Wikileaks (and media response) shows corporate media out of touch and clueless as the politicians they cover.

Hillary campaign searches for token Asian woman.

State Department tried to bribe the FBI to unclassify the classified emails Hillary sent on her private server.

ObamaCare continues freefall: “A growing number of people in Obamacare are finding out their health insurance plans will disappear from the program next year, forcing them to find new coverage even as options shrink and prices rise.

At least 1.4 million people in 32 states will lose the Obamacare plan they have now, according to state officials contacted by Bloomberg. That’s largely caused by Aetna Inc., UnitedHealth Group Inc. and some state or regional insurers quitting the law’s markets for individual coverage.”

Less depressing news:

China launches two men into orbit

More terra cotta soldiers found in China, a possible link to ancient Greece, and mitochondrial DNA which suggests Europeans may have settled, lived, and died in western China around the time of the first Emperor (the terra cotta soldiers were found in his tomb, which is also much larger than previously believed)

More cave art, quite striking, discovered in Iberia.  The first example with a depiction of lions, and a huge (4ft) etching of a horse.

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Decolonize Your Mind

I’m so gonna use that line the next time somebody tells me I did the math wrong, on anything. Because there is no right. It’s a form of white anti-woman oppression that has colonized our minds, universities, and culture for far too long.

We must also decolonize science, because it is a product of western modernity (which is obviously a horrible thing, right?)

The woman in the orange shirt has to be seen to be believed.  She is part of the ‘fallist’ movement which is explained here in this video.

“I have a question for all the science people,” she said. “There is a place in KZN [KwaZulu-Natal province] called Umhlab’uyalingana . . . They believe that through the magic — you call it black magic‚ they call it witchcraft — you are able to send lightning to strike someone. Can you explain that scientifically, because it’s something that happens.”

The man who interrupts her (because she is addressing the science faculty, I assume he’s a white science teacher, but I don’t know) and says that did not happen was forced to apologize- which he did, three times.  Oh, don’t.  Look, I get that he should have waited a moment and then answered her question (because she did ask one) instead of interrupting.  But in these circumstances, apologies are like chumming sharks.  Don’t do it.
More here.  He probably apologized out of fear rather than courtesy, because that’s the environment in which he lives.

The student in the orange/mustard yellow sweater mocks gravity and Sir Isaac Newton as well, and further demonstrates her abysmal ignorance:

“Western knowledge is totalising. It is saying that Newton, and only Newton, knew or saw an Apple falling and then out of nowhere decided that gravity existed, and created an equation, and that is it. The only way to explain gravity is through Newton.”

Um. No.  That’s not what happened. This is what happened. Sorry, that was probably a reflection of an undecolinized mind.  If you are old enough to have watched SNL it its glory days, you might be able guess what line I am trying really hard not to think of right now.

This kind of folly is not just in South Africa:

College science classes are hostile to women and minorities because they use the scientific method, which assumes people can find reliable truths about the natural world through careful and sustained experimentation, concludes a recent dissertationby a doctoral candidate at the University of North Dakota.

Laura Parson, a student in the university’s education department, reviewed eight science class syllabi at a “Midwest public university” and said she discovered in them a hidden hostility to women and minorities:

Science as she is practiced does have a problem. Those who should, do not take misconduct seriously enough.

But science isn’t the only field which has taken a beating:

Duke Pesta on the left’s choke-hold on higher education – and its consequences:

I started giving quizzes to my juniors and seniors. I gave them a ten-question American history test… just to see where they are. The vast majority of my students – I’m talking nine out of ten, in every single class, for seven consecutive years – they have no idea that slavery existed anywhere in the world before the United States. Moses, Pharaoh, they know none of it. They’re 100% convinced that slavery is a uniquely American invention… How do you give an adequate view of history and culture to kids when that’s what they think of their own country – that America invented slavery? That’s all they know.

Read it all, and follow the links.

And then there’s the SAAD report, reading, or attempting to read, an actual abstract of an actual dissertation. It’s a word-salad devoid of meaning or nutrition:

Read a few more here.

The people writing the nonsense did not like having their work shared with the public, so they threatened to doxx the real peer review in order to make her feel unsafe and censor her work. Yah, progress.

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