Friday Report

Well, we all know how spectacular the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is. Here’s this year’s

Yeah, Hasn’t 2020 been wonderful?

Then there is the election.

There’s lots of detail involved, but here are the obvious indicators of fraud.

Ya know, if you ran an honest shop, you probably wouldn’t have to physically threaten county officers and their families as the Democratic Stürmabteilung did in Detroit. Amazingly they were commended by the Michigan Gauleiter Governor. The commissioners appeared to give in but when their conditions weren’t met, they refused to sign. It appears that some Apparatchik did stamp their signature on it anyway, but presumably, the Republican legislature is smart enough to disallow such shenanigans.

Georgia has quite a few mislabeled boxes of ballots, Wisconsin went from +100,000 Trump to +100,000 Biden in a couple minutes, as did Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Nevada all have these problems.

Something else they all share is Dominion voting machines and software. If you haven’t heard, Dominion is a shell company for Smartmatic, a Venezuelan company formed to make sure Chavez won big.

Lin Wood, one of the President’s scarily good attorneys linked to this video yesterday

So it’s not over by a long shot, in fact, the move to federal Courts instead of the politicized State Courts is just beginning.

This is important in a couple of ways, our Constitutional Representative Republic is essentially over if we lose trust in the process, and that is in sight.

Yesterday was the anniversary of the Gettysburg address, where on a blood-soaked battlefield, President Lincoln asked us to:

It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us — that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion — that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain — that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

That is still our mission, to keep the fire of Liberty burning here in our homeland as it has since that day in 1620 when Governor Bradford reminded us that

 For we must consider that we shall be as a city upon a hill. The eyes of all people are upon us.So that if we shall deal falsely with our God in this work we have undertaken, and so cause Him to withdraw His present help from us, we shall be made a story and a by-word through the world. We shall open the mouths of enemies to speak evil of the ways of God, and all professors for God’s sake. We shall shame the faces of many of God’s worthy servants, and cause their prayers to be turned into curses upon us till we be consumed out of the good land whither we are going.

And they are; I read reports that at the Million MAGA march last weekend there were many many of what we call citizen journalists, from all over the world, filming American patriots working to keep the Fire of Liberty lit. Many were from China, hoping, wishing, and praying that in some way America will free their homeland.

But it is not just China. As always, the European elect despises us, because we have shown their people how to be free. But there have been large demonstrations in all the ancient capitals, from Berlin to London, because the people know that their best chance of being free is that the United States of America remains free.

Katie Hopkins has a message for us:

There was a poem written in 1945, in Britain, that I am quite fond of. It goes like this

Goodbye GI. Don’t leave us quite alone.

Somewhere in England we must write in stone

How Britain was invaded by the Yanks,

And under that, a big hearty ‘Thanks’.

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8 Responses to Friday Report

  1. 39 Pontiac Dream says:

    If you watch enough of Hopkins, you’ll realise quickly why she’s despised. I’m not a fan and I don’t despise her either but some of the things she says can put your teeth on edge. I heard, a few years ago, her say that people with mental illness are weak and lazy. She has an acerbic way of speaking also, which is not very endearing, and as a mental health carer myself, I found her comments appalling. That said, I’d never remove her right to speak as she does. I just don’t listen to her so you’ll forgive me for not clicking on your link.

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  2. JessicaHof says:

    I hope that you are all able to resolve this. It feels, from a distance, as though you are deeply divided over fundamental values and as though the fabled middle ground has vanished.

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    • Neo says:

      Far from wrong, we have polarized. That said contempt of the law should be well beyond the pale, yet it’s mot.

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    • Scoop says:

      Good vs. Evil is not likely to be resolved short of being invaded by a Communist Country like China. War does have an attendant unifying aspect (sometimes very short lived) but it all that I can see. We are divided by those who have been convinced by the Big Lie told over and over again and so it leaves us in a Banana Republic where our votes are not even reliable anymore. Nothing short of Civil War or an Invasion will unite us at this point,

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  3. audremyers says:

    Excellent article. Everyone knows, I guess, that Rockefeller Center has been owned by the Japanese for years. And the tree; unless it comes from a manufacturer, trees often look sad (see It’s Christmas, Charlie Brown). By the time they’re finished decorating it, it will look amazing (see It’s Christmas, Charlie Brown).

    And speaking of Charlie Brown – I don’t read news anymore but skimmed a headline that said, in effect, that despite (whatever it was), they would be showing It’s Christmas, Charlie Brown on tv this season. I thought as I kept moving along, what in the world could anyone find against Christmas/Charlie Brown???? and then I remembered! The nativity story from St. Luke’s Gospel. Ahhh – all makes sense to me now …

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    • Neo says:

      The problem is that it is now owned by Disney and was moved to their TV app.

      But, stop the presses! Both Christmas and Thanksgiving shows will be seen (unaltered they say) on your local PBS station. For once, Yay for PBS!

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