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    “2000 Mules” Investigator Gregg Phillips Drops a Bomb: Investigators Discovered Multinational Player and Federal Agencies Involved in Operation – A “Multinational Deal Involving Billions of Dollars” (VIDEO)

    By Jim Hoft
    Published May 28, 2022

    Earlier this month Dinesh D’Souza and Salem Media released the much-anticipated movie “2000 Mules” on the 2020 presidential election heist. The movie revealed how thousands of ballot traffickers working in all of the battleground states stuffed hundreds of thousands of ballots into the ballot drop boxes in order to steal the presidential election for Joe Biden.

    “2000 Mules” revealed the extraordinary work by True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht and business owner and election intelligence expert Gregg Phillips.


    Catherine Engelbrecht is the founder of True the Vote, an election integrity project launched in 2009. Gregg Phillips has been in conservative politics for 40 years, working with committees, parties, campaigns, and election intelligence operations. He has built political apps including GROUND, ARC, and IV3. Gregg was also a founder and Managing Partner of the pro-Gingrich SuperPac, Winning Our Future, and election intelligence company, OPSEC Group. Gregg is currently working with Catherine Engelbrecht from True the Vote in their historic investigation of Democrat ballot trafficking in the 2020 election.

    Catherine and Gregg told The Gateway Pundit that they discovered that 7% of mail-in ballots were trafficked during the 2020 election. The investigators told us their evidence will be released following the movie launch next month.


    But there is much more.



    Gregg Phillips joined Patel Patriot on the Power Hour on Saturday.

    During the discussion Gregg dropped this bomb — According to Gregg, True the Vote team has uncovered a multinational player involving federal agencies that will be so explosive that, according to Gregg, “It’s going to make everybody forget everything about the mules, and it’s going to bring into question everything we think we know about these elections.”

    Considering the “2000 Mules” film already offers definitive proof of Democrat election fraud and a stolen presidential election, this is a very explosive statement by Gregg Phillips.

    And for the record, The Gateway Pundit spoke with True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht. Catherine mentioned this very serious situation they uncovered during their investigation that is larger than “2000 Mules.”

    What are we looking at here?



    Brian Lupo at CannCon first shared this video clip earlier today.
    Gregg Phillips: We have a few issues coming up that are more explosive than the (2000) Mules, that are more likely to divide this country even further. Catherine and I spend a lot of time every single day really not just praying through it, but thinking through, how do we actually do this? Because once these come out, there’s one in particular. It’s a multinational deal. It involves billions of dollars.

    There is irrefutable evidence. We’ve been involved in a major counterintelligence operation that’s very mature in this country, involving federal agencies and us. And there’s been some betrayals along the way. There have been some issues along the way. But once we get to the point where this is ready to go, it’s going to make everybody forget everything about the mules, and it’s going to bring into question everything we think we know about these elections. Everything. I can say that with 100% certainty.

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  • MAL
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    OP, where did you get your information on the Dr. OZ race? Here is what was reported yesterday.

    Banana Republic of Pennsylvania Calls for Recount in GOP Senate Race

    By Jim Hoft
    Published May 25, 2022

    The banana republic of Pennsylvania officially ordered a recount in the GOP Senate Primary race in the state.

    Dr. Mehmut Oz leads by less than 1,000 votes over Dave McCormick. They are still counting votes 8 days after the primary election.
    ..
    They still don’t have all of the votes counted. Are they still coming in?


    On Monday former hedge fund CEO David McCormick filed a lawsuit to demand election officials count undated ballots that came in after the Tuesday election.

    On Wednesday state officials ordered a recount in the GOP Senate primary race.


    How long will that take?

    The Hill reported:
    Pennsylvania’s Senate GOP primary is officially heading to a recount as celebrity surgeon Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund manager Dave McCormick remain neck and neck.

    Pennsylvania acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman officially announced the recall Wednesday afternoon as tallies show Oz and McCormick separated by 902 votes, or 0.1 percentage points. Under state law, a recount is triggered if two candidates are separated by 0.5 percentage points or fewer.

    Counties will be allowed to begin their recount on Friday, but they can start no later than Wednesday, June 1. The recount should be finished by June 7, with results due the day after.

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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by oldpioneer View Post
    I thought the polls are always wrong? You know I wasn’t really following cool Trump endorse until you mentioned his Huge batting streak. It turns out he backed Dr. Oz and he lost too. But of course, since his pic lost is because of the election fraud. Apparently Oz was ahead early. That’s enough evidence for him to believe that someone cheated. I’m watching the Cubs game they were winning two winnings ago but now they’re losing. If Trump was pulling for the Cubs they would’ve called the game the third inning. He is also against mail in ballots but he’s used them himself when he lived in Florida. You see, mail in ballots are perfect for rich folks that do a lot of traveling. I’ll never forget on election night at something like one in the morning Trump tweeted stop the counting! Lol. I was laying in bed watching TV what were you doing, tearing apart your war room? Oh when I saw that he pulled his endorsement from Mo Brooks. See I thought he would have endorsed him since he helped plan the field trip to DC. But it turns out he was lagging in the polls and of course Trump’s ego cannot handle endorsing someone that they actually lost. https://www.newsbreakapp.com/n/0finC...ng=en_US&s=i16
    Oz and Perdue were not good picks. Oz's opponent was suing to count undated ballots. I don't know how that turned out but I like the other guy better anyway. Perdue is weak, but Kemp is a Chinese puppet. Kemp and Ratsassburger can't afford to loose...they risk prison time if they get replaced by the wrong Republican. There is significant evidence to suggest that they may not even be Republicans to begin with...I will wait for the jury on that, but there is no doubt that they are dirty. Read my last post, the recount was short about 16,000 ballots...that is what the emails that went back and forth between the election officials were discussing.

    This is getting surreal...I am pointing at the snake right in front of you, but is it really there if you don't look at it?

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  • MAL
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    Breaking: New Ballot Data in Fulton Co. Reaffirms 2020 Election Issues

    By
    Michelle Edwards
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    May 24, 2022

    All eyes are on Georgia today as voters head to the polls to vote in primaries across the state to select who will appear on the general election ballot in November. While today’s election focuses on the state’s future, Georgia remains embroiled in controversy and discrepancies surrounding the 2020 general election, which saw a scant 11,779 votes out of nearly 5 million separating Joe Biden and Donald Trump in the final tally for the 2020 presidential election. With an irregular recount and a “nothing to see here” audit affirming Joe Biden as the winner in 2020’s critical race, Fulton County remains a focal point in the crucial swing state’s ongoing election debacle. One area in need of attention is the county’s machine count.

    Indeed, significant deficiencies persist in the recount of machine votes in Fulton County. With a detailed report in Gov. Brian Kemp’s possession for the past two weeks, the governor’s office has been verifying the data outlining the shocking findings presented by Kevin Moncla and Mr. Joseph Rossi. As his office continues to review the information, below is a summary of the Moncla and Rossi’s report sitting on Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk.
    Recount Deadline and Discrepancies


    It is essential to point out that the deadline for the machine recount was Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020, at midnight.

    Following an Open Records Request for “email correspondence” between Fulton County Election Director Rick Barron and Ryan Macias of The Elections Group, the complainant received an email on Dec. 3, 2020, at 12:13 PM from Mr. Barron. The email, which included no subject, had an attachment named “Batches Loaded Report.xml” that contained two separate PDF files. Immediately upon viewing the files, it was determined that the Batches Loaded Report was ‘the Fulton County’s reported results for the Machine Recount.”

    Notably, a Batches Loaded Report is generated from the Dominion Election Management Server. The report shows the batches loaded into the system, along with the status of each one. In other words, the report contains official election results at the batch level. For context, the Batches Loaded Report for the Nov. 3, 2020 count exactly matched the official results. The report notes, “The votes for the Presidential contest totaled only 511,543, which is 16,382 less than that which was officially certified.”

    A closer look by Moncla and Rossi at the internal timestamp on the raw data of the email and attached report revealed that the document itself (Batches Loaded Report) contains the timestamp of Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020, at 12:06:29. The data confirmed the email timestamp to be Dec. 3, 2020, at 12:13:02 PM, which indicates the email was sent approximately 6 minutes after the Batches Loaded Report was saved. Moncla and Rossi note, “These separately sourced timestamps are reasonably synchronized, thereby removing the possibility that there was incorrect time set on any of the servers or workstations involved.



    Still, as previously stated, the deadline for the machine recount was midnight on Dec. 2, 2020, which was nearly 12 hours before the email sent by Rick Barron. Moreover, a tweet posted at 11:52 PM on Dec. 2, 2020—8 minutes before the official deadline—declared, “Fulton County has completed the recount of the Nov. 3 Presidential Election. Results will be released by the Secretary of State’s Office.” Moncla and Rossi point out:

    “Simply put, the recount results that the Fulton County Elections Director emailed to Ryan Macias a few minutes after noon on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020 (the day after the recount deadline), showed only 511,543 votes. Significantly less than the official results of 527,925.”
    Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections meeting minutes during which the Recount results were officially certified.What Caused the Ballot Count Difference?


    To figure out what caused the difference between the Batches Loaded Report and the certified election results, the complainant submitted an open records request to Fulton County, explicitly asking for the Recount Batches Loaded Report. In response, Fulton County returned the Batches Loaded Report seen in the screenshot below, highlighting the report’s relevant portion.
    Screenshot of Batches Loaded Report presented by Fulton County
    In looking at the two Batches Loaded Reports (the one from Rick Barron’s Dec. 3 email, which is referred to as BLR 1; and the one referenced immediately above, which is referred to as BLR 2), it is clear that BLR 2’s total includes 16,198 more votes than BLR 1.

    The Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections (BRE) held a meeting on Dec. 4, 2020, where Mr. Barron provided a briefing on the recount results. Barron contends the results were uploaded on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at which time they discovered they were “short.” On Thursday morning, the Secretary of State advised Fulton County to “reconcile” the results. That afternoon, they determined that a scanner had two sets of 62 batches that were named the same. Unsure of why this happened, the situation caused them to re-scan the 62 batches of ballots on different scanners. Assessing Barron’s summary of the recount, Moncla and Rossi stress:

    “There are several problems with what Mr. Barron’s claims necessitated the “reconciliation” and the actions he said were taken.

    First, Mr. Barron claims there was no way to know the recount results before they were uploaded to the Secretary of State. A point which [Mr. Wingate] was right to question as such a process defies logic. The same also defies fact as the Dominion Voting System manual defines several steps of verification before results can be submitted or “published.”

    Second, Mr. Barron attributes the cause for the results being “short” as two sets of 62 batches which were scanned on the same machine and both numbered the same, thereby requiring one set to be re-scanned.”



    Elaborating further on his explanation of why the results were “short,” Barron stated:

    Once that occurs [two sets of batches scanned on the same machine], there are only 2 ways you can do it, either you have to append those batches at the end, or you can scan them on different scanners. So we used different scanners rather than appending them on the end.

    Nonetheless, as pointed out by Moncla and Rossi, the Dominion manual provides instructions for the very situation described by Mr. Barron, as referenced below.



    According to Barron’s statement to the BRE, he chose to re-scan the outstanding batches instead of appending them to the end. However, tabulator records dispute that claim. Records show that multiple additional batches were added along with the 62 batches added during the reconciliation. In fact, these batches were “appended” to the end of not one but seven tabulators “in an obvious attempt to spread the 16,000+ votes amongst many machines.”

    Moncla and Rossi report that on the evening of Dec. 3, 2020, Barron added seven batches (see below) to the results of several tabulators. As an example, the batches added to the end of Tabulator 793 are also highlighted below.


    Fulton County Board was Unaware of Size of Recount Discrepancy


    A conversation towards the end of the Dec. 4, 2020 BRE meeting with board member Mr. Mark Wingate reveals that the Fulton County Board “was completely unaware” of the size of the discrepancy that triggered the reconciliation:

    (59:14) Mr. Wingate:

    “We have counted 3 different times and you have gotten 3 different results. When you did the hand recount you were at 742 less than what we certified on 11/13 and now we are recertifying 852 less than what was originally certified on 11/13. It’s hard for people to understand buckets and why they become unreconcilable and they why you have to go back, like this time, to try and come up with some reconciliation because if you wouldn’t have done that you would have been what, some 3 or 4 thousand votes even less?”

    (1:00:16) Mr. Barron:

    “Yeah. Essentially.”

    Mr. Barron disclosed during the meeting that they realized they were “short” after the recount was uploaded to the SoS, prompting the SoS to order Fulton County to conduct a “reconciliation.” Barron then offers several excuses for why the submitted results were deficient and more excuses about his actions to remedy the deficiencies. Yet, Moncla and Rossi explain that every excuse is refuted in detail by the facts and record at hand. They proclaim:

    “Votes were not added for the reasons Barron explained, derived from the source Barron described, nor distributed the way Barron stated.

    No matter the reason, 16,198 votes were in fact added to the recount between the time of Rick Barron’s email to Ryan Macias (not an employee or contractor of Fulton County) at noon on Dec. 3 and the time of the BRE meeting the following morning.”
    Missing Ballot Images: What Wasn’t Included in the Recount


    Moncla and Rossi uncovered through analysis by “WarTornTrump” that the official recount included 17,852 votes with missing ballot images. Recent filings in a pending lawsuit verify that Fulton County has confirmed it does not have the disappeared ballot images. There are also 3,125 duplicate ballot images included in the official recount results, as recorded by Seeforyourself. Together, these two additions total 20,977 ballots for which there are votes but no ballot images. Moncla and Rossi reiterate:

    “There are 20,977 unsubstantiated votes, which were in fact counted and included in the official results for the recount.”



    Remarkably, Moncla and Rossi report that “original election-night [Nov. 3] count included 10 Advance Voting tabulator results for which we have no record.” Specifically, this means “no poll open tapes, no daily status tapes, and poll closing tapes.” An Open Records Request to Fulton County seeking the ten tabulator tapes resulted in a reply stating, “No such records.”

    Likewise, in an attempt to clarify if the records were missing or didn’t exist, they sent two emails to Fulton County. Upon reply, they were told, “The records do not exist.” The ten tabulator results with no backup total 20,713 ballots. Undoubtedly, the realization Fulton County has no record for the tabulators and no record of the 20,713 ballot images from the allegedly scanned ballots is significant.

    Summarizing the unsettling circumstances in their detailed report sitting on Governor Kemp’s desk for the past two weeks, Moncla and Rossi explain:

    “It would be far more than incredible to believe the 20,713 ballot scanning/ballot image deficiency of the original count, and the 20,977 ballot image deficiency of the recount, are not one in the same.”

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  • oldpioneer
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    I thought the polls are always wrong? You know I wasn’t really following cool Trump endorse until you mentioned his Huge batting streak. It turns out he backed Dr. Oz and he lost too. But of course, since his pic lost is because of the election fraud. Apparently Oz was ahead early. That’s enough evidence for him to believe that someone cheated. I’m watching the Cubs game they were winning two winnings ago but now they’re losing. If Trump was pulling for the Cubs they would’ve called the game the third inning. He is also against mail in ballots but he’s used them himself when he lived in Florida. You see, mail in ballots are perfect for rich folks that do a lot of traveling. I’ll never forget on election night at something like one in the morning Trump tweeted stop the counting! Lol. I was laying in bed watching TV what were you doing, tearing apart your war room? Oh when I saw that he pulled his endorsement from Mo Brooks. See I thought he would have endorsed him since he helped plan the field trip to DC. But it turns out he was lagging in the polls and of course Trump’s ego cannot handle endorsing someone that they actually lost. https://www.newsbreakapp.com/n/0finC...ng=en_US&s=i16

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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by oldpioneer View Post
    If Kemp beats Abrams then we should agree that the election was rigged. 70+% of Georgia Republicans believe that Trump won Georgia...you do the math. We have known the results of this election since April 7th when WSB-TV Posted Georgia 2022 Primary Results. I am not sure how they knew on the on the 7th of April, but they did.

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  • oldpioneer
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    Down goes Rump!!! https://www.yahoo.com/news/georgia-g...004712220.html

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  • MAL
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    Why would they need to destroy the evidence that 2020 election was the "safest and most secure election in history"?...doesn't make sense does it? If it was safe and secure just show us...oh...I get it now..."It wasn't the safest and most secure election in history", and if they let us see the video and the ballots somebody would have to go to jail.



    SHOCKING GEORGIA ELECTION CRIMES UNCOVERED: 1.7 Million Ballot Images Illegally Destroyed – Video Monitoring Missing for 181,000 Drop Box Ballots


    Original article. Apparently, certification does not mean anything.
    By Joe Hoft
    Published May 24, 2022

    In a press conference on Monday VoterGA shared some more shocking information related to criminal actions in the 2020 Election in Georgia.

    VoterGA is a non-profit, non-partisan, tax-exempt organization created by a coalition of citizens working to restore election integrity in Georgia.

    In their press conference on Monday VoterGA reported that they have identified more illegal actions from the 2020 Election in the state.
    VoterGA announced today their dropbox video survey team determined that 102 Georgia counties were unable to produce dropbox surveillance videos from the November 2020 election. The team obtained admissions from 72 counties that all of the videos intended to monitor drop boxes for ballot trafficking were destroyed. VoterGA volunteers made the determinations by submitting Open Records Requests (ORR) for the videos from each county. Thus, video monitoring is missing for 181,507 cast ballots.

    At a November 9, 2021 press conference, VoterGA announced that their ballot image analysis team determined at least 70 Georgia counties were unable to produce all the original ballot images from the November 2020 election. Digital ballot images are created automatically by the Dominion voting system for results tabulation. The team obtained admissions from 56 counties that most or all of their ballot images were unavailable. A total of 1.7 million images were destroyed.

    According to state and federal law, all elections records must be retained. In fact, federal law requires a 22- month retention period for election records while state law requires a 24-month retention period for election documents that are formerly considered to include videos or electronic digital files. [USC 52 20701, O.C.G.A. 21-2-73].

    Georgia’s 2020 Election results were subverted by corruption and illegal acts. Blame all of this on the corrupt Governor Kemp and Secretary of State Raffensperger who allowed this to happen.

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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by Fighting Scot View Post
    If conservatives are supposed to love America first, then why are they holding their annual CPAC event in Hungary, home of Viktor Orban, an authoritarian and friend to Putin? This has never been done before. What’s wrong with holding the convention in the good old U.S.A.?

    Even worse, conservatives are falling over themselves to praise Orban, which is an embarrassment to our nation. If America is an exceptional nation, then why would conservatives look to lowly Hungary as a model for anything? This betrays everything conservatives have stood for.

    At the conference, Orban told American conservatives that they must play by their own rules and have their own media. Keep in mind in Hungary there is no real freedom of the press, no real judicial independence, no real elections, no true women’s rights. The Hungarian media spoon feeds Orban’s message to citizens in precisely the way that Putin tells his people that Russian troops are on a “humanitarian mission” in Ukraine.

    The CPAC event is in Hungary because the conservative goal is turn America into a version Hungary—an authoritarian nation that disguises itself as a democracy—a nation where conservatives get to play by their own rules. If you think that is an exaggeration, keep in mind that one of the young conservatives at the convention called for the creation of American Orbanism and drew applause for it.

    If Hungary is such a utopia, then why does it have a 9.5 percent inflation rate, the country’s highest in twenty years? Aren’t right-wingers supposed to have all the answers to inflation? Then why is Victor Orban not getting the job done? Why should he be the model for American conservatives? If Hungary is such a model for success, then why does it have the 57th largest economy? Is that the new goal?

    MAGA conservatives keep insisting that they aren’t really authoritarians, but they keep doing things that authoritarians would do. They sure have a lot of love for them.

    Common sense Americans don’t hero worship an authoritarian European hack.
    I don't know much about Orban...according to spell check I don't even know how to spell his name...but judging by how much you hate him, he must be a great guy. I do listen to one commentator that has good things to say about him, but I don't care about Orban. I think the 30,000 foot over view of this situation is a Globalist verses Nationalist free for all. Trump, Orban, Putin and maybe Ping are Nationalists... They all believe in their country first. The globalists are in the middle of the biggest power grab, possibly in history. Nationalist are standing in the way of the globalist agenda. This is unlike anything I have ever seen...and by this I mean "The Great Reset"...E.S.G. scores...The W.H.O. plan to take over global plandemic response...The World Economic Forum and their plans for our future and I am sure the U.N. has something up their sleeve. Nothing good can come from relinquishing any of our sovereignty to power hungry billionaires from around the world. When global businesses combine forces with governments from around the world...well...that is National Socialism...It is the foundation of the NAZI party.

    I do think it is bad optics to sing the praises of nationalism while on a trip over seas to Hungry, but I didn't watch any of it, or even know it happened until you posted it

    It s funny how you cant see the log in your own eye. American news media doesn't report the truth if they don't like it. They hid the Hunter laptop...they knew Trump/Russia collusion was fake...when a conservative quotes facts and figures from the CDC they get banned from social media...I really think you have no idea how bad the communist style censorship is in this country...why would you?...it hasn't happened to you. I have had factual statements deleted from live YouTube chats in a split second after I posted it. I can't use Google to search anything conservative...it's not there. I am not on Facebook or Twitter but it should be obvious by the Dracula to the cross reaction from libs when Elon made the offer to buy Twitter and bring back free speech. Will you stand up for my God given right to free speech?...or do you believe rights come from government?

    Huff, if you put $1.20 together with your basket weaving degree you could buy a cheap cup of coffee.

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  • MAL
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    Originally posted by oldpioneer View Post

    This is actually pretty deep. Trump does count on uneducated, low income whites as his base..........so did the Klan. See, the white land owners were very few. They needed poor whites to join them so they created this idea of "replacement." the upper class whites couldn't really give two sh%$ about the working class whites. In fact, they now had equal standing with blacks. So, they put out the replacement theory to try and hold on to their grip on America....and they need YOU MAL! to continue the fight!!!!! so you can keep them owning the land and corporations, while you work for peanuts......Now MAL, are you really framing houses? or are you at the theatre paying once and sitting through 5 replays of the mule movie?
    I had never heard of the "replacement" before a few days ago, but now that you mention it there can be no doubt that Democrats are trying to replace Republican voters with cheap foreign voters...I don't think there is any way that you can deny that...and like the Klan the racist "replacement" theory was started by a racist Democrat. Your heart warming story is about the Southern Democrats...and you are absolutely lying to yourself when you try to claim the the Republican Party is the party of the rich.

    "Nine Of The 2020 Forbes Ten Wealthiest Americans Are Democrat-Affiliated Liberal Megadonors

    Posted on September 14, 2020 by DianCecht

    ✪ Forbes Magazine released its annual list of the 400 wealthiest people in the world this week, and nine of the top ten wealthiest Americans featured on the list appear to be staunch Democrats and liberal donors…

    Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffett, Larry Ellison, Steve Ballmer, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Alice Walton were named as the wealthiest American citizens, all possessing a personal net worth of over 60 billion dollars. Nearly all of them are closely affiliated with Democrat politics in various capacities, most commonly as lavish donors to Democrat campaigns and liberal political causes." ...
    and don't forget about Soros.

    Here is some real history about your party.

    "By Martha M. Hamilton
    November 15, 2021


    The great replacement theory isn’t new. More than 70 years ago, a U.S. senator published a book warning of the same destruction of White civilization. His incitements to racial violence that gave him a spotlight also got him into serious trouble.

    Theodore G. Bilbo, a Democrat, had twice been governor of Mississippi before he served in the U.S. Senate from 1935 to 1947, when “the growing intolerance among many whites toward public racism and anti-Semitism” led to his fall, according to an account in the Journal of Mississippi History.

    An equal-opportunity racist, he addressed some of his letters with slurs against Italians and Jews, depending on the recipient. But the bulk of his loathing and fear was reserved for Black Americans, as spelled out in his 1947 book “Separation or Mongrelization: Take Your Choice.”

    A showboater and self-promoter, he began the book with this modest preface: “For nine years I have read, studied and analyzed practically all the records and everything written throughout the entire world on the subject of race relations, covering a period of close on to thirty thousand years.”

    Bilbo saw an existential threat in the growing ranks of American-born descendants of enslaved Africans. His solution? Ship them back.

    “The great civilizations of the ages have been produce[d] by the Caucasian race,” he wrote. When Black people moved in, he wrote, mighty societies such as ancient Egypt were destroyed and mongrel races were created. “The mongrel not only lacks the ability to create a civilization, but he cannot maintain a culture that he finds around him,” he wrote.

    “A White America or a mongrel America — you must take your choice!”

    Bilbo proclaimed in his book and in addresses to followers that he was “convinced, beyond every reasonable doubt, that our race is in jeopardy.” It was a fact, he said in one campaign speech, that at “the present rate of interbreeding and miscegenation and intermarriage between the n-----s and the Whites, that in nine generations, which is only 300 years, there’ll be no Whites, there’ll be no Blacks in this country. We’ll all be yellow.” Or brown, he added.
    Jason Kessler, organizer of the 2017 Unite the Right rally, is seen before a torch march at the University of Virginia. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Washington Post)
    He rebutted experts who disputed any scientific basis for racism. Of Franz Boas, often called the father of American anthropology, he wrote, “For some reason which has never been publicized, this German Jew, a newly-arrived immigrant, wanted to destroy the racial stock which had carved this mighty Nation out of a wilderness.” Bilbo recommended deportation for another academic, a naturalized Italian immigrant, who suggested intermarriage could dissolve the color line.

    Though he claimed “no hatred or prejudice against any human being” in the preface to his book, he went on to say that he “would rather see his race and his civilization blotted out with the atomic bomb than to see it slowly but surely destroyed in the maelstrom of miscegenation, interbreeding, intermarriage, and mongrelization.”

    But the times were changing, even in Mississippi. Black veterans returning from fighting in World War II didn’t take well to efforts to bar them from voting in the United States. And the Allies’ fight against Adolf Hitler and antisemitism had led many Americans to turn their critical gaze to discrimination at home.

    As Robert L. Fleegler noted in the Journal of Mississippi History, most criticism of Bilbo in the press had come from liberal publications. But as Bilbo started campaigning for reelection in June 1946, the conservative and influential Saturday Evening Post published a cover story under the headline “Bilbo: America’s Worst Demagogue Runs Again.” The story called Bilbo “America’s most notorious merchant of hatred.”

    The politician nicknamed “The Man” was fighting to retain his Senate seat. He told supporters that “the Negro Council in Chicago sent a telegram to Harry Truman, the president, saying to send the Army down to Mississippi and to see to it that these 100,000 n-----s are gonna vote.” He also urged “every red-blooded white man to use any means to keep the n-----s away from the polls. And if you don’t know what that means, you are just plain dumb.” He fought fiercely against his critics, hurling anti-Jewish and anti-Black slurs at detractors in the press. He won the July Democratic primary and ran unopposed in the general election.

    But growing opposition to his race-baiting demagoguery continued to build. Bilbo’s admission in August 1946 on “Meet the Press” that he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan probably didn’t help.

    There were calls to oust Bilbo, including from veterans groups and the Committee of Catholics for Human Rights, which called Bilbo’s conduct “a chilling deterrent to the world-wide belief that America is the symbol of democracy and human rights.” They were joined by politicians, including New York’s Democratic senators and a state senator whose son was killed in World War II, who said, “I hate and despise those bigots” like Bilbo.

    In March 1946, Republican conservative leader Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio called Bilbo “a disgrace to the Senate.”

    On Sept. 19, 1946, an interracial group of Mississippians filed a complaint with the U.S. Senate Committee to Investigate Campaign Expenditures, asking that Bilbo be removed from office.

    The committee “heard from more than 100 witnesses — two-thirds of them Black — who outlined local election practices that systematically restricted black registration and voting,” according to a Senate history. Witnesses told of being turned away, threatened with pistols, beaten and arrested.

    A slim majority of the committee found in favor of Bilbo, however, and blamed some of Bilbo’s anti-Black campaign on concerns about “outside agitators,” including the national media.

    But Bilbo’s opponents had another card to play.

    A second investigation by the Senate War Investigating Subcommittee heard testimony on charges that Bilbo had helped construction firms win government contracts and had accepted gifts in return that included a Cadillac, a swimming pool and the “excavation of a lake to create an island for his home,” according to a Senate summary.

    During the investigation, questions also arose about whether Bilbo was pocketing money in return for allowing a drug addict access to morphine. Bilbo had obtained consent from the federal Bureau of Narcotics to allow a Mississippi doctor to prescribe the drug. The drug recipient told an Internal Revenue Service special agent that he paid Bilbo $1,000 for the favor, according to the New York Times.

    In January 1947, with Republicans in control of the Senate, a fight ensued over whether Bilbo would be allowed to take his seat, with Southern Democrats threatening to stop the Senate from organizing if he were barred.

    Then fate intervened. Senate Minority Leader Alben Barkley (D-Ky.) announced that Bilbo would return to Mississippi for oral cancer surgery. He died on Aug. 21, 1947, without retaking his Senate seat.

    Bilbo’s career built on racism and anti-immigrant bigotry had ended. But the bigotry lingers on.

    Martha M. Hamilton is a former reporter, editor and columnist for The Washington Post and in 2018 was part of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists team that won the Pulitzer Prize for the Panama Papers."


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  • MAL
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    If a Mule farts in the woods, does Stacy Abrams say excuse me?

    Did you guys see 2000 Mules yet? Here is a great article with several findings that you have absolutely no rebuttal to.

    2,000 Mules Offers Vivid Proof of Vote Fraud


    Original article. Can you believe that Demos, RINOs and Fake News advocates are STILL living in La La Land? This is a great article that pretty much demands that people wake up.

    by DEROY MURDOCK, May 22, 2022, 11:11 PM

    Like an incantation at high mass, Democrats chant their claim that vote fraud does not exist.





    “Vote fraud is almost incalculably rare in the United States,” according to gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams of Georgia.

    “And make no mistake,” Chuck Schumer of New York declared on the Senate floor. “There has been no evidence of any significant or widespread voter fraud.”

    “The Big Lie is just that,” President Joe Biden bellowed about crooked ballots. “A Big Lie!”

    Election-integrity expert Catherine Engelbrecht offered the perfect rejoinder to this nonsense. True the Vote’s founder said: “You don’t need a whole lot of fraud. You just need a little, in the right places, over time.”

    Engelbrecht’s observation comes vividly to life in 2,000 Mules, Dinesh D’Souza’s stylish, chilling, maddening new documentary, which opened this weekend on 400 screens across America. This motion picture provides enough hard evidence of vote fraud to pry open the eyes of Abrams, Schumer, Biden, and other Democrats — if only they were open-minded enough to watch it.

    2,000 Mules is a compelling election-integrity whodunit. Visually reminiscent of Tony Scott’s thriller Enemy of the State, this film uses state-of-the-art technology to prove that the 2020 presidential election was stained, if not fully stolen, through the lowest-tech means: stuffed ballot boxes.

    True the Vote researchers Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips analyzed 10 trillion cell-phone geo-tracking signals captured during the closing weeks of the 2020 general election campaign. They focused on the commercially marketed “pings” from mobile phones whose owners interacted with ballot drop boxes in five swing states. Democrats demanded the broad deployment of these boxes during the COVID-19 emergency, due to the “dangers” of in-person voting.

    These digital sleuths narrowed their search to people who approached 10 or more drop boxes and contemporaneously visited five or more pro-Biden nonprofits, which harvested absentee ballots and prepared them for distribution to drop boxes.

    True the Vote then requested and acquired 4 million minutes of government-security-camera recordings of these drop boxes. It would take seven years and eight months to watch all these images at normal speed.
    This investigation’s results are staggering: This was not Johnny submitting Grandma’s ballot en route to high-school baseball practice. Instead, official, taxpayer-funded cameras captured one mule after another traveling from box to box to deposit successive fists full of ballots, often in the dead of night. One mule in Atlanta slid ballots into 28 different collection bins during one 24-hour period.

    Most mules left just a few ballots in each box over several weeks, leaving eyebrows unraised. But in Gwinnett County, Georgia, 271 people visited one box on October 12, 2020. That day, 1,962 ballots were inserted — 10 times the normal number.

    These mules were not just overzealous political operatives. Corrupt activist groups reportedly paid them per ballot delivered, which is universally illegal. The mules’ identities reveal that many have criminal records. Some were present during the George Floyd riots.

    One Yuma County, Arizona-based mule, whose face the filmmakers obscured, considered stepping forward and coming clean. She said “the Mexican Mafia” — whom she accused of running the local vote-fraud effort — was not amused. “I offered, but they told me, ‘Don’t do it, because you’re going to end up in the trash and in pieces.’”

    Perhaps this is what Biden meant when he said in fall 2020, “We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

    So, was there enough fraud to change the presidential election’s outcome? A mere 42,844 votes sprinkled among three swing states clinched the White House for Biden. Shifting them elsewhere could have secured Trump a second term.

    As D’Souza explains, True the Vote discovered that some 2,000 mules averaged 38 drop-box visits and — in each of these scenarios — left five illegal ballots per visit. This totals 380,000 fraudulent votes. Coming from heavily Democrat areas, these almost certainly were overwhelmingly pro-Biden ballots.

    • In Arizona, 200 mules typically approached 20 boxes each. Disqualifying these 20,000 unlawful ballots would evaporate Biden’s 10,457-vote win.
    • In Georgia, 250 mules stopped at 24 boxes and inserted five ballots per encounter. Rejecting these 30,000 illegal votes would eliminate Biden’s victory margin of 11,779.

    • In Pennsylvania, 1,100 mules in Philadelphia alone encountered 50 boxes. Vacating these 275,000 illegitimate votes would eradicate Biden’s 80,555-vote victory.

    Undoing this evil would have removed these states from Biden’s total. The Electoral College count would have shifted to 259 for Biden and 279 for Trump. This would have earned DJT four more years.

    “This was an organized effort to subvert a free and fair election,” said True the Vote’s Gregg Phillips. “This is organized crime.”

    These criminals should be prosecuted at once. True the Vote has the cell-phone numbers of these fraudsters and rock-solid digital and video evidence of their rampant lawbreaking.

    It should be easy to connect these phones with their owners. Prosecutors should ask True the Vote to share its findings, so that these political hoodlums can be thrown behind bars.

    “They have ruined Election Day in the United States of America. That’s provable,” radio host Dennis Prager said after reviewing these disturbing facts. “And that’s enough for me to fight the Left with every fiber in my body.”

    Dinesh D’Souza concluded: “Never in U.S. history has a presidential election been as thoroughly corrupted by coordinated fraud across multiple states as we now know took place in 2020.”

    Please see 2,000 Mules and, henceforth, laugh derisively at Democrats who relentlessly lie that there is no such thing as vote fraud.

    Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News Contributor, a contributing editor with National Review Online, and a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research.

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  • oldpioneer
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    Originally posted by HuffHall View Post
    mal is wealthy? I assumed he's the typical low educated low income white male voter Trump preys on. Meanwhile Trump hates those types and secretly wishes he could swap his base for Obama's
    This is actually pretty deep. Trump does count on uneducated, low income whites as his base..........so did the Klan. See, the white land owners were very few. They needed poor whites to join them so they created this idea of "replacement." the upper class whites couldn't really give two sh%$ about the working class whites. In fact, they now had equal standing with blacks. So, they put out the replacement theory to try and hold on to their grip on America....and they need YOU MAL! to continue the fight!!!!! so you can keep them owning the land and corporations, while you work for peanuts......Now MAL, are you really framing houses? or are you at the theatre paying once and sitting through 5 replays of the mule movie?

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  • MAL
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    Another Mule with legal problems.


    Democrat official indicted on 82 counts of voter fraud



    May 11, 2022
    byLaw Officer


    A county supervisor in Virginia has been accused of dozens of counts of voter fraud in a case in which prosecutors allege he showed up at the homes of voters, with absentee ballot applications and ballots, to ensure he would have their vote.

    According to WJHL a grand jury indicted Knox District Supervisor for Buchanan County Trey Adkins on 82 felony charges.

    Those charges include 34 counts of false statement – election fraud, 11 counts of absentee voting procedure violations, 11 counts of forgery of a public record, 3 counts of conspiracy to make a false statement – election fraud, and more.

    WND reported that Sherry Lynn Bailey was also indicted, who is Adkins’ aunt, and allegedly took part in the scheme too. Bailey is facing multiple counts of false statement – election fraud, conspiracy and forgery of a public record.

    Adkins was under investigation by Virginia State Police for over two years. Authorities said they would have little further to release before a trial.

    “The Rules of Professional Conduct prevents any lawyer participating in the prosecution of a criminal matter that may be tried to a jury from making an extrajudicial statement that the lawyer knows or should know will have a likelihood of interfering with the fairness of a trial by jury,” prosecutors released in a statement.

    National File reported the grand jury alleged “Adkins has relied on an illegal absentee vote harvesting scheme since he was first elected to public office in 2011, repeating the process in his 2015 and 2019 bids for re-election.”

    The report said, “Investigations have shown that the scheme included hundreds of absentee ballots per election cycle and Adkins, with the help of his aunt, is said to have personally run the operation, showing up at the homes of voters himself with absentee applications and ballots to ensure he would have their vote.”

    The report noted Buchanan County is a small community, and the “margin of victory” in the elections was usually within a couple hundred votes.

    In a statement, Adkins claimed, “It went on 10 years ago at one of my prior elections, my first election that I won, uh, you know, voters that voted absentee got harassed and asked various questions and had a target on their back.”

    He said he won’t be stepping down from office.

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  • HuffHall
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    Oh and in case mal tries the "fake news" nonsense on Fighting Scot's earlier post see below

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/trump...b0415d4d780302

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  • HuffHall
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    mal is wealthy? I assumed he's the typical low educated low income white male voter Trump preys on. Meanwhile Trump hates those types and secretly wishes he could swap his base for Obama's

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