I've been hearing lately from friends who are completely demoralized over the current political climate. They tell me they fear the ruling class will succeed in stealing this election.
Not me. The way I see it, everything is going to turn out just fine. Seriously. This is not a time to be worried about losing to those who are using deception to rule over us. This is the time to enjoy a hearty laugh at their expense. This is a time to be entertained by their clumsy maneuvers.
Because despite how things may look right now, those who practice iniquity are definitely losing. And I see that as a reason to rejoice. Because in the end, God tells us, tyranny will fail.
Lies and Deceptions
When Jesus was among the Nephites, he said that in the last days lying and deception would pretty much become the order of the day. Why do you suppose that was recorded and emphasized three times in the Book of Mormon and twice more in the Doctrine & Covenants? I suggest it was so that when we finally began to see deception taking place in earnest, as we certainly have this year, we would not be surprised or caught off guard. Why should we panic when we see prophecy fulfilled before our eyes? What that suggests to me is that we're finally here at the cusp, at the very beginning of the end times.
That might seem scary, and yeah, it kind of is. But with any luck, the worst to come will come a bit later. Right now we have the chance not only to postpone the inevitable (more about that later), but to actually enjoy the show as we are allowed to watch with amusement while wicked usurpers trip all over each other in their efforts to deceive.
Here's the good part: Although Jesus warned us that lying and deception would be ubiquitous, He also assured us that acts performed in darkness would soon be brought to light. All the coverups will be uncovered and all the lies will be exposed. (Luke 12:2-3) The dark side may have control of all the major sources of information, but it won't be long before everyone will see this election fraud for what it is. The bad guys obviously thought they could get away with this scam forever, but as it turns out, they couldn't even keep it hidden for a week.
They made a fatal error. They overplayed the fraud. In the past, electoral fraud was kept at a minimum so as to be barely noticeable, but this time they didn't hold back; they employed every conceivable swindle and they did it on a massive scale. They obviously thought they could keep the dam from bursting as long as their media lackeys kept repeating the mantra that "there is no evidence of fraud."
But Americans are a curious breed. Most folks, when they've gone to the trouble of voting, like to know their vote actually counts. So when they heard their votes might have been stolen, or diluted by an ocean of fake votes suddenly showing up after the election was already over, or worse yet, canceled out by votes cast by people who have been dead since the civil war...well, some of these folks thought it might be a good idea to check and see for themselves if there was any substance to those claims.
If you were to come home and find shattered glass all over your porch from a front window that had been smashed in, and you notice the front door has obviously been kicked in and is hanging off its hinges, it's possible your home has not been broken into. On the other hand, this is often what it looks like when a house has been broken into, so after noticing those first clues, your natural desire would be to investigate further to find out if you had been robbed.
That is how a sensible person would react. For anyone who has taken even a cursory look at the recent claims of voter fraud in some of our states, it's obvious that something -shall we say- "untoward" took place on November third of this year. So it's natural to want to look further, and for anyone who has spent even a couple of hours looking at the evidence, there is no longer any doubt that this election was a sham. And a sham on a massive scale.
The only thing not normal about all this is that some Americans refuse to even look.
Mankind's Greatest Mystery: What Makes People Stupid?
One of the questions that has always puzzled me is this: why are some people so incurious? I've been curious about virtually everything ever since I was a child; My mother used to tell me how frustrating it was that I refused to be satisfied with an answer I was given just because it came from a grownup. Merely telling me wasn't good enough. You had to show me the evidence.
So I have had difficulty understanding why some people lack even a modicum of curiosity about the biggest heist that has ever taken place in our lifetimes, being pulled off right before our eyes. Here we are, supposedly in The Age of Information, and some people aren't curious enough to even investigate when they hear that in some states the recent election was deliberately stolen. The evidence is now out in the open, and there are mountains of it. We are one month out from election day and it is now undeniable that this election was fraudulent on a scale that boggles the mind. Sidney Powell was right when she said there is so much evidence that it's coming in like a firehose.
Yet some people still believe there is no evidence at all.
Joe Biden actually lost this election by millions of votes. That is what the evidence shows us. That is the provable reality. Yet many Americans live in a separate reality of their own making. In this reality, they don't accept the evidence because in their reality the evidence does not exist. Why does it not exist? Because they have not seen it. Why have they not seen it? Because they believe it does not exist, so they feel no need to look for it.
What they do instead is point at the people who have looked at the evidence and insist they are the ones not living in reality. Why is that? Why is it some people can see truth while others cannot? Why is it some people simply can't see the obvious when it's staring them in the face?
For the answer to this question, we do what we should always do: look to the science.
Psychologist Drew Westen headed a study at Emory University to learn how people think when they have aligned themselves with a particular party or politician. Here is an excerpt from a review in Scientific American of Weston's book, The Political Brain:
The neuroimaging results, however, revealed that the part of the brain most associated with reasoning--the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex--was quiescent. Most active were the orbital frontal cortex, which is involved in the processing of emotions; the anterior cingulate, which is associated with conflict resolution; the posterior cingulate, which is concerned with making judgments about moral accountability; and--once subjects had arrived at a conclusion that made them emotionally comfortable--the ventral striatum, which is related to reward and pleasure.
"We did not see any increased activation of the parts of the brain normally engaged during reasoning," Westen is quoted as saying in an Emory University press release. "What we saw instead was a network of emotion circuits lighting up, including circuits hypothesized to be involved in regulating emotion, and circuits known to be involved in resolving conflicts." Interestingly, neural circuits engaged in rewarding selective behaviors were activated. "Essentially, it appears as if partisans twirl the cognitive kaleidoscope until they get the conclusions they want, and then they get massively reinforced for it, with the elimination of negative emotional states and activation of positive ones," Westen said. (emphasis mine.)
I've written before about the dangers of political partisanship. When you align yourself with a particular party or candidate, you tend to stop thinking rationally. You become emotional about your choice and will defend your party even when actions your party takes are morally indefensible. If your side feels it has to resort to lying and cheating in order to win, you are willing to look the other way because you want your party to win. You feel an emotional need to win, so you set aside morality and decide "whatever means necessary" is justified. If you took the time to analyze "whatever means necessary" in the cold light of logic, you would conclude that position is neither moral, nor rational, nor justified. But your emotions are ruling you, so who cares about wrong or right?
When you make a rational decision, i.e., a decision arrived at through careful critical thinking, usually that decision will be logical and unbiased. On the other hand, choices made through emotion are by their nature biased. And bias is what makes you stupid.
Now, I want to make clear that I'm not just attacking Democrats, though in the current controversy it's clearly Democrats who are proving that bias is making them stupid. In the very first post I wrote on this blog, I chided members for enthusiastically supporting the Republican Bush/Cheney administration in sending the nation to war against Iraq and Afghanistan. I pointed out that such actions were not only not constitutional (a document which these same Mormons insisted they fully supported), but also specifically prohibited by the Lord in scripture. Yet I was viciously attacked by fellow Latter-day Saints who accused me of being unpatriotic.
These people were not thinking rationally. Their emotions were easily manipulated by politicians because they wanted vengeance on somebody for the attacks that took place on 9/11, and, more importantly, since they thought of themselves as conservatives who aligned themselves with the same party as Bush and Cheney, they believed Bush and Cheney were conservatives as well (they were not). These good members could not imagine a scenario where politicians who wore the Republican label were any different from regular people who wore the Republican label. In their minds, they were all on God's side, even though I pointed out through scripture that they were vigorously supporting actions that were antithetical to God's clear commandments.
As I pointed out in my last post, there are still many decent people who identify as "liberals" and align themselves with the Democratic party even though that party formally rejected actual liberalism more than half a decade ago. These otherwise good rank-and-file members of the party continue to support a party that represents everything they would normally oppose. They retain an emotional bias toward the Democratic party and that bias has made them stupid..
You Can't Fix Stupid, But You Should Still Keep Trying
If you were to take a peek at my Facebook page, you'd find I spend an awful lot of time making fun of dumb politicians. At the same time, I am resolved to try to be kinder toward the handful of dumb regular people who comment on my threads now and then, the ones who stop by to remind me that no evidence of election fraud has ever been found. There are three or four regulars who simply refuse to look at the evidence themselves but that doesn't keep them from insisting I'm the guy who's got it wrong. So although these knuckleheads are easy targets, I'm doing my best to try to persuade rather than insult.
Still, I can't help being astonished at people whose bias causes them to continue to remain deliberately ignorant in the face of the tidal wave of evidence now before us. I've read hundreds of pages of pleadings and watched countless hours of testimony from the hearings in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Michigan. I watch hours and hours of commentary from legal professionals who understand what's going on. There was such an abundance of information come to light last week that I couldn't keep up with it all. And it keeps on coming in! The dishes and laundry never get done because I'm spending all my time watching those hearings.
So when some dimwit drops by my Facebook page to tell me he knows there is no evidence of fraud because the TV told him so...well, I just have to smile.
|This is the other reason the dishes and laundry never get done.|
You wanna know why it's so enjoyable to make fun of stupid politicians? Because we told them they would get caught if they tried this scam and they went ahead with it anyway. They were so stupid they all but announced ahead of the election that they were going to steal it. They declared their intention to mail out millions of ballots ahead of time to millions of people who didn't request them, and even people in their own party told them that would be illegal and ultimately cost them the election. Yet they did it anyway.
So I'm trying to restrain myself to only mocking politicians. They're the best targets. Yes, it's fun to mock dumb people, but dumb people who also want to make themselves my rulers? Well, making fun of them is why I was put on this earth.
Then these boneheads cautioned their followers that on election night it might start to look like Trump was winning by a landslide, but that Americans should just wait until all those [shhh! don't tell anybody -"illegal"-] mail-in ballots came in and those ballots would magically show that the real winner was Joe Biden. "Don't worry, we've got this," they told their minions. "It's in the bag."
What incredible nincompoops! They were warned ahead of time that flooding the country with illegal ballots would only result in such a muddied outcome that the courts would have no choice but to discount those dubious votes. But they didn't care. They still thought they could get away with it. Soon that issue, along with many others, will be going before the Supreme Court, and yes, all those suspicious, unverified votes will be thrown out so they do not dilute the votes of the actual, living voters who registered properly and had somehow managed to outlive Amy Winehouse.
The reality is there are so many fraudulent votes showing up that all of them have yet to be counted. Listen to a portion of this exchange with attorney Sidney Powell:
Powell: "We've got pictures of the check stubs paid to people to ballot harvest and do fraudulent servings. This they [did using] whatever means and manner of fraud you can possibly imagine, and then many you could never imagine."
Reporter: "So how many fraudulent votes do you think Joe Biden had on his side of the slate?"
Powell: "Probably at least ten million."
Reporter: "Ten million fraudulent votes?"
Powell: "Probably. Maybe more."
Reporter: "And how many dead people? How many votes of dead people were cast, do you think?"
Powell: "We're still tracking down that data to see if what we've been provided is real, but if it's correct, it's several million.
All You Need To Know About The Supreme Court
Here's the part of this circus I get the biggest kick out of: The left honestly thought that by having the news media decide the winner before the election was even over, it would convince enough Americans their guy had won that they wouldn't have to worry about proving it. They seemed unaware that this controversy would be decided in the real courts and not in the court of public opinion. Yet that's what these dumbbells' put all their money on: trying to convince the public that their guy had already won. They even propped up a doddering, senile old coot in front of a wall bearing a sign that said "Office of the President-Elect." As if that wacky ploy had any chance of clinching the deal.
I've got a couple of news flashes for these morons: first, there is no such thing as an "office of the president-elect," and second, the federal constitution provides the method for choosing the president, and I've read it. The Associated Press isn't mentioned anywhere in there.
Trump's legal team, as well as Sidney Powell who is suing on behalf of a handful of other plaintiffs, are not concerned about what the media thinks. They are deliberately not laying out their evidence for the reporters to go over. (Not that any reporters have shown any interest in the evidence so far anyway.)
They are laying out their cases where it will matter: before the state legislatures, and before the courts. In spite of the media giddily trumpeting the news that Trump "lost" when a case is rejected by a lower court, what they don't tell you is that's a fully expected part of the process. You can't simply take your case to the Supreme Court. Cases don't get heard before the Supreme Court until they are first rejected by the lower courts. Trump's goal has always been to get this evidence before the Supreme Court, so every time there is an alleged "loss" before a lower court that doesn't want to get involved with this controversy, that's a win for Trump because each rejection gets the case that much closer to where it needs to go for the big win.
In the early 1990s I was very much into constitutional law; I used to read supreme court decisions for pleasure, which is how I learned to form a cogent argument. This was before the internet, so I often had my nose buried deep inside some large heavy tome at the dinner table. (That's also where I learned wives don't like it when you ignore the family at mealtimes.)
In one of those rulings is a statement by Justice Fields which pretty much sums up everything you'll need to know, not only about how the court decides most issues, but particularly how the court will be deciding the issues soon to come before it regarding voter fraud:
An unconstitutional act is not a law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; it affords no protection; it creates no office; it is, in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never been passed. -Norton v. Shelby County, 118 U.S. 425
So TV reporters can pretend all they want that they have the power to pick the next president, and Biden can pretend he holds some non-existent pretend office. But that's all it is: a pretense.
The "act" of creating an "office of the president-elect" is as unconstitutional as the act of a governor "certifying" an election. The Constitution does not give Governors any such authority. They're just pretending they're in charge when they really have no say at all. The Constitution is very clear that the authority to certify belongs to the state legislatures. In some states the authority to certify has been delegated to some bureaucrat such as the Secretary of This-Or-That Over Elections, but the authority still belongs to the House of Representatives of each individual state, and they can un-delegate it whenever they want to.
That's why it's laughable when I hear media reports asserting the election is over. The election hasn't even taken place yet. In fact, the legislatures of most states have yet to choose their electors, so how can an election where no electors have been chosen to do the electing possibly be said to have already happened?
These people who are trying to fool you are doing so because they think you're stupid. They deserve your laughter and your scorn. And your online "friends" who try to convince you that you're the dumb one deserve your laughter and scorn as well.
Are you beginning to see how amusing all this is? If there's a group of people dumber than the reporters who thought that "calling" an election was all it took to make it so, that would have to be all those poor saps who actually believe Trump lost the election because the TV told them. When that feckless army of noodle-armed Antifa pipsqueaks find out they've been conned, that's when they're really going to get irritable.
|Hide the women, here comes one now.|
The latest deception they've latched onto was the claim that Bill Barr declared there is no evidence of massive fraud. They've been plastering that one all over the news to convince people that even Trump's BFF has found nothing worth seeing.
Well, they're misrepresenting what Barr actually said. A CNN headline reads "William Barr Says There Is No Widespread Fraud In Presidential Election" (he did not say that) while a CNN reporter announced "William Barr has just debunked President Trump's claims of widespread fraud." (He did not say that either.)
This is why you have to be careful where you get your news from. In the first place, Bill Barr has not "debunked" any claims because neither he nor his department has even begun an investigation into the election fraud. You have to actually investigate a claim before you can debunk it. Secondly, Barr's actual words were, "To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election."
He is technically telling the truth. But who is this "we" he refers to? That would be whatever team in the Department of Justice or the FBI he has looking into election fraud. Which is actually a way of saying "nobody who works for me has been looking into election fraud so I can honestly say no evidence of it has been placed on my desk."
In other words, Barr was talking like a lawyer, choosing his words carefully so as to not be misunderstood. He was misunderstood anyway.
Sometimes even a lawyer should add context so there's no confusion that might lead people to believe that the Justice Department had completed an investigation into election fraud and that investigation has come up empty. Harris Falkner of FOX News reported a Senior Official at the FBI saying the bureau has not even opened an investigation on election fraud.
Do I think the Department of Justice should be looking into these claims of election fraud? Yes I do. And so do many others. But we have already learned that the DOJ and the FBI are rife with corruption at the top. Would you really trust the deep state players who spent four years trying to frame Trump over the fraudulent and completely debunked Russiagate hoax to properly investigate these elections? No, you wouldn't. And neither would Bill Barr.
As we all know, the very day after Barr uttered those words, a video was released showing blatant and undeniable fraud taking place in Georgia, and that same week hearings and/or investigations had been held or were still being held in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, and Arizona. The only thing you need to know is that Bill Barr was not involved in any of those investigations or hearings, so he was being truthful in saying he was not personally aware of any evidence. Which is also something you would rightly expect to hear from someone who is unaware of what is going on with all these hearings and lawsuits he is not in any way involved in.
The Left Keeps Moving The Goalposts
At first the mantra coming from the media was "there is no evidence of fraud." Then when they could deny it no longer, they admitted, "there might have been some anomalies, but not enough to make a difference in the final outcome." Now that the evidence is pouring in and the left is clearly on the defensive, the talking point has become "if Trump wins this election it will only be because the Supreme Court will have stolen it from Biden."
Here's a newsflash: the Supreme Court will not decide who will be president. That's the leftist narrative's way of hoping uninformed Americans won't understand how the Supreme Court actually works.
Here is what the court will do: It will narrow its focus to bear on specific questions, which, if I were to venture a guess, might be something like the following:
1. Was there an opportunity for fraud?
2. Was there motive for fraud?
3. Did the Democratic party create or encourage an environment that could result in fraud taking place?
4. Did fraud occur?
The court may also examine the evidence where states clearly failed to abide by their own election laws and whether states violated the rules of election laid out in the federal Constitution. If there is a preponderance of evidence proving the law was consistently violated, those ballots that the evidence shows to be fraudulent will be thrown out. They will not count. That leaves the actual soon-to-be-selected electors with the job of electing the president based on the number of actual, legitimate votes cast.
There's a bit more to it than that, because there has never been a fraud like this perpetrated on the American people in our nation's entire history. But that's the gist of it. The Supreme court does not make political decisions. It decides the law, and whether the law was followed by those whose job it was to follow the law. It does not pick who is going to be president.
The reason we see so many decisions not to certify the counts is because the fraud has been so rampant in some precincts that it is impossible to assert with any certainty that they know which votes are legitimate and which are not. If, due to lack of certification, it comes to a point that there are not enough electors to give at least 270 electoral votes to either candidate, the constitution requires that the election be thrown to the 50 state Houses of Representatives to decide. Each house gets one vote, so with 50 states total, whichever candidate ends up with 26 votes or more wins the presidency.
Right now 31 state Houses have a Republican majority while only 19 are controlled by Democrats. You can start to see why the Dems are getting nervous. All Trump will need to win is 26 state houses voting in his favor, and that looks to be a slam dunk because he could potentially win 31.
You see what I mean when I say the Lord is watching all this with great interest? He is omniscient and therefore anticipated something like this might happen. It was Jesus himself who told us in a revelation that the Constitution was His idea. Yes, men hammered out the wording and put it to paper, but the whole thing was His idea in the first place. "For this purpose," says the Lord, "have I established the Constitution of this land, by the hands of wise men whom I raised up unto this very purpose."
Almost every possible contingency of government is provided for in our divinely inspired Constitution, including the possibility that men with evil designs would one day conspire to try to alter our form of government, just as the Kingmen had tried to do on this very continent over two thousand years ago.
I find it interesting to note that the word "fraud" appears only four times in the Book of Mormon, and each time it was used to describe the attempts by evil men to try to convince the populace to side with them (see Alma 48:7, et al). That's how we are told the Kingmen got such a foothold among the populace. The conspirators knew they couldn't win by openly announcing their intention to rule over the people, so they used fraud and deceit to get the sheep to agree to be sheared.
I Was Wrong About Donald Trump
Here's a short summary of a few of the findings Sidney Powell is presenting to the courts:
If you'd like to see an outline of the president's case, the 23 minute video below summarizes it quite well. This was presented just before the lawsuits were filed, so much more has come out since then. Still, this is a good way to get a handle on the team's strategy and to understand some of the evidence that will be presented to the Supreme Court. So this is a good place to begin if you find all this stuff overwhelming, which is easy to do since there are so many new revelations coming in daily:
Never forget that we are in a war. But like the war in heaven, right now it's mostly a war of ideologies, a war where our greatest challenge is to push past the lies so we can help others see the truth. There's not a lot most of us can do other than proclaim the truth at every opportunity, but that's the most important thing we can do: share what we know with everybody we know. Of course it's also fun to ridicule those who desire to rule over us. Keeping the battle entertaining is what gives us joy, and with any luck (and a lot of repenting), maybe the apocalypse can be postponed a little while longer. I'd love to be here for the second coming. But I'm also not sure I'd be keen on the smell of burnt stubble, so I hope Connie and I get to take the easy way out and die in our sleep before any of that goes down.*
The time will come when things will get real serious. The political class -both on the left and on the right- had gotten a taste for power before Donald Trump came along and harshed their groove. They don't like it at all that their plans have been postponed. The way they see it, they've suffered some temporary setbacks, but they fully intend to come back on top and take full control of our lives. None of them have any intention of relinquishing power back to the people. So although it's entertaining to watch how frustrated and secretly panicked they are right now, if we fail to fully repent and the prophecies come true, eventually they will get control and bring the world down around us. Make no mistake: no matter what happens there will be a financial collapse. That part is unavoidable. The only question right now is "how soon?"
In the meantime,
Even The Worst Case Scenario May Be The Best Case Scenario
Let's imagine that right now, in the short term, we experience the worst outcome of this election: Joe Biden (or should I say Kamala Harris) takes the white house. It could happen, because in spite of all the evidence of fraud, and even if the Supreme Court rules on the side of right, the legislatures could still chicken out. Although there are still some representatives with integrity, I fear there are many more who are only politicians, and politicians are subject to bribes, threats, and intimidation. If you don't think bribes, threats, and intimidation are taking place right now over this, you are naïve indeed.
So suppose enough of them take the coward's way and fold. Where is God in this scenario? Why didn't he prevent the worst from taking place?
He's still there. Maybe he would have acted more decisively if more of us had repented in time. OR maybe he can see the big picture and a better outcome is in the offing.
No matter who is in office, this economy is going to crash, and crash big. The trillions that have been borrowed for the recent stimulus packages, along with the trillions more for the recent wars on top of the trillions already borrowed in recent years will result sooner or later in a massive depression followed by a whipsaw hyperinflation unlike anything we've ever experienced. It can't be avoided. You can only hold the beach ball underwater for so long before it comes shooting to the surface. Add that debt to the completely reckless plans already put forth by Biden/Harris et al, and you're looking at the perfect storm for an incalculable disaster. Millions will suffer and millions won't make it.
History shows us that whenever economic hardship has hit America, whoever is president at the time always gets the blame. Depression/Recession presidents get voted out as fast as the people can recall them. If Trump is president when this next depression hits, he'll get blamed for it, so it might be a blessing if he is not the one in the White House at the time. If Harris is president (forget about Biden, he won't even be in the picture), it will be the same scenario, only with Harris the people who voted for the Biden/Harris ticket will finally wake up and realize they brought this upon themselves and maybe they'll be brought so low they may actually repent and turn back to God.
Where that leaves the rest of us -besides doing everything we can to prepare against the coming hardships- is to decide how to vote for the right replacements. Here is how I suggest that be done any time you vote:
I expect there will be some readers who would like to find out where the truth can be found concerning our current political dilemma, but don't know where to look beyond the mainstream outlets. Even doing a google search will rarely get you anything other than what the tech giants want you to see.
I had intended to add a list of sources here, but I've been writing this thing all Saturday night and for now I'd like to just get this post up and available. Since the news about this is changing so fast, what I will probably do throughout the next few days is add to this addendum as I go along, so I hope you'll come back and see what has changed.
For now if I think I'll just direct you to my Facebook page, where I have placed links to the full hearings as well as plenty of commenters. In the meantime I want to mention Dr. Steve Turley, who has become a good source of daily updates. He is particularly optimistic about the future rise of a populist nation, and I like optimism. Another fun Youtuber is a formerly commited leftist who goes by the name "Salty Cracker," but be forewarned: Salty Cracker is a foul-mouthed son of a bitch. He's a youngish millennial and clearly doesn't know better, but I like him because no one gives the horselaugh to lefty loonies with as much raw enthusiasm and pure unadulterated joy as he does. I should also warn you about Styxhexenhammer, because although he is the most astute political commentator I know of, he uses the F-word as an adjective almost as much as Mr. Salty does.
Anyway, if you head over to my Facebook page, and if you can stand to wade through all the clowning around I often do there, you might find some valuable information to help clear out the cobwebs put in your head by the mainstream media. Sometime within the past two weeks I have put links there to all the awesome hearings before the state legislatures, so when you find them you can see and hear those witnesses for yourself. If you're still having problems finding what you want, ask me in the comment section and I'll post some additional links.
Oh, I was just about to finish up here when I came across this delightful bit of optimism in my feed. A nice mixture of fun along with a montage of short clips summarizing the recent wins. This one is from "The Truth."
Also, I think it's worth mentioning that a fellow blogger pointed out recently that Church President Russell Nelson has inadvertently asked God to bring His wrath down upon all Americans, and especially upon the heads of the Latter-day Saints. I don't think Nelson meant to ask for that, but it could explain the added difficulties we've been having lately with some of these power-mad governors. You'll find that post here.
UPDATE December 6, 2020:
Reader Aurelius reminded me of this excellent source where you can find virtually all the evidence. It is set up to provide resources for journalists, but I don't know how many mainstream journalists are taking advantage:
One of the blatant lies being spread is that Trump has filed and lost upwards of 39 lawsuits. In reality there have only been three.
Below: Prosecutor Jenna Ellis Slams Cynthia Johnson at the Michigan Hearing:
Michigan Judge Orders Forensic Examination of 22 Voting Machines. Click Here
UPDATES December 7th, 2020:
Highlights From The Michigan Hearing On Election Fraud
"I Witnessed Fraud All Night Long."
From Britain's Spectator: Reasons Why the 2020 Presidential Election is Deeply Puzzling
Where to Watch Mark Levin's Interview With the Author of the Spectator Piece Above
UPDATES December 8, 2020:
Michigan Attorney Gives Behind-the-Scenes Update on Voting Machine Inspections
Sidney Powell Filing for Emergency Hearing in Supreme Court
Supreme Court Activated
UPDATES December 9, 2020: