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November 23, 2020

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Buckeye

In GA, they threw away the envelops with the signatures that the ballots came in, then commingled the mail-in ballots with the day-of ballots so there was no way to tell them apart.

CCP didn’t bother forging the envelopes.

MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President:

Lin Wood
@LLinWood
·
18h
Make requests for the video footage, Georgia Patriots. Overwhelm them so that they CANNOT destroy the evidence.

Follow the Chinese money. Follow the Dominion money. DEMAND answers from @BrianKempGA & @GaSecofState
.

They work for We The People.

#FightBack

Georgia: I learned on the @GaSecofState zoom call yesterday that all the ballot drop boxes are monitored by video cameras. The footage is stored for 30 days & is available to the public upon request. @RealAmVoice pic.twitter.com/7MNlVXuUVU

— Heather Mullins - Real America’s Voice (RAV-TV) (@TalkMullins) November 24, 2020
Video at the link.
James D.

clarice @ 8:23

The world is unhinged. He's just pointing it out.

Captain Hate

Is it just me or does Lin sound unhinged?

No, you're too used to Failure Theater's twatty way of talking when they get their pansy asses stomped.

MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President:

Lin Wood
@LLinWood
·
18h
I have worked closely with @SidneyPowell1
& others over recent weeks.

The lawsuit Sidney will be filing tomorrow in GA speaks TRUTH.

Enemies of America will deny its allegations. Do NOT believe them.

Believe Sidney & me. We love America & freedom. Our enemies do not.


MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President:

Victoria Toensing
@VicToensing
·
Nov 15
Hubby and I working with @RudyGiuliani on @realDonaldTrump legal election fight. Go to @Parler to read facts @Twitter won’t let me tell you. Court filings start next week. Had to interview witnesses and draftDeclarations to make sure all facts accurate. #maga

Buckeye

Mel, my easy chair is less than 10 feet from the sink:)

MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President:

Victoria Toensing
@VicToensing
·
Nov 18
Go to Parler and see my TRUTHFUL post about the corrupt Democratic cities like Philly and Detroit and how they corrupted the mail-in vote. #maga

MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President:

Victoria Toensing
@VicToensing
·
Nov 20
Someone, maybe @FoxNews, should educate its unsophisticated reporter @KristinFisher what evidence is. @RudyGiuliani quoted from Affidavits. That’s what we lawyers call evidence. Also, KF claimed what Rudy said is “not true.” Which fact not true? Shoddy reporting. #maga

MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President:

Victoria Toensing
@VicToensing
·
22h
In Detroit vote counters were instructed to “pre-date” absentee ballots and “not to look for deficiencies in ballots.” From a SWORN affidavit. No sworn doc disputing. So not in dispute. Republicans not allowed to witness vote counting. Not in dispute. @realDonaldTrump
#MAGA

Buckeye

Kristin gets called out by Trump.

She will probably get an offer from CNN before the sun sets.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

A friend on FB:

The most dangerous thing China Joe has done since he cheated in the election was appoint John Kerry to a high-level position in his proposed administration. During the Obama’s mis-administration, John Kerry and China Joe arranged for the sale of a Michigan company, Henniges Automotive, to an offshore company. The deal was arranged by Hunter Biden, Christopher Heinz, John Kerry’s stepson, and a third person, Bevin Cooney. Through emails released in October 2020, it became known that Hunter, Christopher, and Bevin were fronts for the CCP. The emails are very believable; they were released by Bevin.
The sale was approved (as required by law) by John Kerry as Secretary of State and Joe Biden as Vice President of the United States and President of the United States Senate. The communist Chinese now own Hennings. Ordinarily it would only be a small issue but Henniges is a military contractor so, in essence, China Joe and JK approved the sale of US military technology to China.
Four months ago China introduced its improved J-20 fighter, the Chinese stealth fighter that looks remarkably similar to USA’s “top secret” F-35 stealth fighter. The new Chinese J-20 uses the Henniges’s anti-vibration technology that was developed for the F-35. Hmmmm.
The FBI decided not to investigate. I am shocked!

MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President:

Lin Wood
@LLinWood
·
18h

https://themarshallreport.wordpress.com/2020/11/22/sidney-powells-kraken-is-dod-cyber-warfare-program-we-are-at-war/

MissMarple2

Retweeted by the President. Video at the link.

How is a software update made on the night of the election to machines that are not supposed to be connected to the Internet?
Just asking… pic.twitter.com/qS0naJbBGo

— Dale Now❌ #COVFEFE (@Dbargen) November 24, 2020
Melinda

Robin Monotti Graziadei
@robinmonotti
ITALY: CONFIRMED BY ITALIAN HEALTH SERVICE: False positives to Covid19 test as diagnosis are 95%. Legal cases started against testing under charges of fraud to procure public funding, false alarm, ideological false, and manslaughter. pic.twitter.com/C9b7BbzdKa

Robin Monotti Graziadei @robinmonotti
6h
ECLUSIVA - AZIONE LEGALE CONTRO I TAMPONI - Parte la prima azione legale con relativa denuncia, intentata da 4 scienziati e un avvocato. databaseitalia.it/azione-legale-… via @DatabaseItalia

https://twitter.com/robinmonotti/status/1331500903564775426

Young Lurker

Mel's 7:59 and Clarice's 8:23... Sidney said something that caught my attention on Dobbs last night. "It's almost like they wanted to get caught; maybe it's a diversion from something else. I don't know." That was unsettling to say the least.

Narciso

Kristen seems very vaccuous, from her tweet six days ago. Equal protection, is the safe harbor under bush v gore.

MissMarple2

Young Lurker,

EVERYTHING seems to be unsettling these days.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

The Breathe Act -
"In addition, the BREATHE Act would create a commission to study reparations, give voting rights to undocumented immigrants, decriminalize all drug offenses, end cooperation with immigration authorities, pilot programs for universal basic income, among other sweeping changes."

So, this is out for policy today..

Jane

YL,

We are at war. Our side hasn’t quite realized it yet, and that’s not good.

Good Morning!

Melinda

Clarice-

It might seem that Mr. Wood's message, released at near two in the morning his time, might not be for domestic consumption. But that would be a guess on my part.

Oooh, this is the one I want to see, the antibody tests:

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/25/fda-clears-a-new-generation-of-covid-antibody-test-designed-to-tell-how-well-someone-is-protected-against-the-virus.html

Young Lurker

It's true, MM2. I have a knot in my stomach much of the time. People my age-ish in the USA have lived abnormally stable, safe and comfortable lives compared to humanity over all of time. I don't know when the other shoe will drop but it will have to happen eventually.

Narciso

I think thats spelled CHOKE stephanie.

Young Lurker

Mel- the antibodies only hang around for a few months. But long-lasting immunity seems to be facilitated by T-cells. I don't think T-cell tests are commercially available, but in research studies, something like 50% of blood samples from BEFORE covid had T-cells that can neutralize covid. Might explain "asymptomatic carriers"

Young Lurker

It's 9AM.. WHERE IS THE KRAKEN

Melinda

☆Ophidian Pilot☆
@ophidianpilot
GOOD NEWS: Lin Wood Case in Georgia Is Still Very Much Alive – Case Appealed to 11th Circuit – Still Moving Forward
buff.ly/3pZSq9H via @gatewaypundit

https://twitter.com/ophidianpilot/status/1331598820074016774

MissMarple2

Richard Blumenthal
@SenBlumenthal

We’re demanding Facebook & Twitter do better & more to fight disinformation in Georgia’s runoff elections. Fact-checking, labeling, & other steps to stop voter suppression are urgent. https://reuters.com/article/usa-election-georgia-social-media/u-s-senators-urge-facebook-twitter-for-tighter-checks-before-georgia-runoff-election-


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I am sorry those images are so small. Posting them here for those who are able to enlarge them on their screens or laptops.

Narciso

You know if lagoa or brasher get the case, im not terribly sanguine. Also elian showed me the limits of justice 20 years ago.

Melinda

YL-

Recall that Miss Sidney has mentioned that Friday is NOT a federal holiday for the court system. I have no idea what her plans or schedule is, or where she actually plans on actually acting, or if she even is.

Just keeping my head on a swivel.....

MissMarple2

Young Lurker,

I discussed on my way to the grocery that I felt that the masks were a way to condition us to obeying bureaucratic orders. My daughter (age 40) thinks that I am unhinged and believing every conspiracy theory I find on the internet. HA!

I didn't even tell her about things I come across like the Illuminati that I discard!

Narciso

Laura doesnt seem to believe in 'power to the people' any more.

Melinda

Amena Bakr
@Amena__Bakr
Mine explodes, damaging oil tanker off Saudi Arabia #OOTT #SaudiArabia washingtonpost.com/world/middle_e…

https://twitter.com/Amena__Bakr/status/1331599724454027265

Young Lurker

MM2- that is like every conversation I have with someone not in the "trust tree nest".. I propose a watered-down version of what I'm thinking.. they say I'm crazy.. I think to myself, if only I told you how I REALLY feel!

Mel- Sidney said today. Would DJT really send all of his followers into the trenches of thanksgiving meals without the ammunition we need to survive the inevitable conversations about this election?? I suppose liberals are boycotting thanksgiving this year, though.

MissMarple2

Since Scavino has been working for Trump since he was a caddie at one of the golf courses, I feel like there is a serious message here. Posted this morning, and audio at the link:

pic.twitter.com/i83ghtyfv8

— Dan Scavino🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) November 25, 2020
Melinda

DR. ETIQUETTE 🤦‍♂️
@DrEtiquette
Dominion Voting Systems is one strange place. Please don’t watch this. 🤦‍♂️
pic.twitter.com/Q8LpTWUl63

https://twitter.com/DrEtiquette/status/1331602079069081601

MissMarple2

Young Lurker,

When the County Commissioners of the county just to the north of Indianapolis proposed a quarantine on anyone leaving the county (NOT country, but county), and such county is the largest commuter county to downtown Indianapolis (AND the wealthiest county), my daughter started thinking maybe people were getting carried away. Not enough to send her to our side yet, though.

For THAT it will take something like a government edict to execute puppies and kittens. (On this I am not joking.)

Captain Hate

Laura doesnt seem to believe in 'power to the people' any more.

Laura believes in two things: money and celebrity cock.

MissMarple2

Melinda,

Thanks for that video via Dr. Etiquette. The big mystery to me is how no one has arrested Soros and also how he has lived so long.

caro

NEW! I will be selfless, like Allison.

Old Lurker

Somebody needs to introduce YL to the JOM wisdom of #2weeks.

Threadkiller

Sidney said something that caught my attention on Dobbs last night. "It's almost like they wanted to get caught; maybe it's a diversion from something else. I don't know." That was unsettling to say the least.

Cashill concludes an earlier article with this:


The likely large-scale fraud of 2020 calls way too much attention to itself. If the data I am looking at are correct, there are people on the hard left who may want to get caught. For them, a Biden win overturned by the Supreme Court would offer a whole lot more opportunity for mayhem than they could hope to find with a faltering old liberal as president.

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/11/milwaukee_officials_have_some_explaining_to_do.html

Threadkiller

Somebody needs to introduce YL to the JOM wisdom of #2weeks.

I will reveal it to her on or around December 9th.

peter

Issues & Insights editorial: Impeach Biden

https://issuesinsights.com/2020/11/25/impeach-joe-biden-2/

As if the GOPe has the will to

Threadkiller

We didn’t land on a new thread, Peter. A new thread landed on us.

boris



Click for new thread ^

cathyf

I’m curious about something else, and maybe sbw has an opinion? At Gannett, the old Gatehouse newspapers use google docs while the legacy Gannett papers use the Microsoft suite. In the TownNews content management system is under the control of the TownNews admins not the local IT.

I wonder if the Chinese censors simply have physical custody of all of their content, to delete or change at will?

What about the other big chains and content management systems?

JimNorCal

Thanks, boris! And selfless president-elect caro!

peter

I again want to thank all JOMers who have been praying for me. I got a good report back from my biopsies from Monday. I haven't actually talked to the doctor, it being a holiday week, I am fortunate to have been able to get the tests done. But the biopsy report from the lab was normal based on what someone saw on my chart, and that is indeed good news because the condition that they were considering did not sound very good at all. So I will be extra thankful this Thanksgiving.

sbwaters

cathyf: I’m curious about something else, and maybe sbw has an opinion?

You are looking for order and insight when more likely it is a legacy tail wagging several dogs.

Newspaper IT, playing to such a small market, is very expensive and no one is where they want to be.

Hope that helps.

sbwaters

In the Rome (NY)Sentinel today:

Key changes next week for Rome Sentinel

Commitment sustains reliable local news

Changes are coming to the family-owned Rome Sentinel Company.

Saturday, Nov. 28, will be the last Daily Sentinel printed at the Rome Sentinel Co. office on 333 W. Dominick St.

Starting with the Tuesday, Dec. 1 newspaper, the Rome Sentinel Co. will be partnering with another family newspaper, Johnson Newspaper Corporation, to handle the printing and inserting of all Rome Sentinel Co. products, says Bradley Waters, sixth-generation publisher of the Daily Sentinel, who took over that position from his father, Stephen B. Waters, in October 2019.

The Waters family has held the newspaper in stewardship for the community since the mid 1800s.

“This transition is something we have been trying to avoid for years. Having flexibility of running our own press whenever you want, however you want, is a game changer. However, this flexibility doesn’t justify the cost of operating it,” Waters said. “We must have a sustainable business model in order to continue to deliver local, reliable community news.”

In terms of changes readers will see, Waters said all subscription prices will remain the same. The single copy rack and vending prices of the Saturday edition of the Daily Sentinel will increase to $2, up from $1. In December we will also be launching a Saturday only home delivery subscription option. 

“We consistently strive to be the lowest-priced newspaper,” Waters said. Although work deadlines will change for newspaper staff, readers will receive their newspapers at the usual time.

Family first

With the interest of keeping the print work with another New York family, the Daily Sentinel will be printed by the Johnson Newspaper Corp. at its Watertown facility, say Waters and Alec Johnson, CEO of Johnson Newspapers and publisher of the Watertown Daily Times.

Johnson is the fourth generation of his family to helm the business that includes ownership of an assortment of daily and weekly publications as well as contract printing work for other publications - now to include the Daily Sentinel and Boonville Herald.

For Waters and Johnson, keeping the print production at a family-owned business is key. For them, family-owned papers are a true reflection of family and community in terms of content and investments.

“The Waters family has put their trust in us,” Johnson said. “There’s only so many family-owned papers in the area.”

More changes

For almost 50 years, the presses have been running at the 333 W. Dominick site, supporting the community’s downtown development during Urban Renewal. The Sentinel Office was at 136 N. James St. for 65 years until the reconstruction of Fort Stanwix in 1971. Before that, the Sentinel hung its shingle where the Fort Visitors Center is located, at the former Arlington Hotel, at the northwest corner of the intersection of James St. and the Erie Canal, and several other locations back into the 1840s.

The cost-savings outsourced printing is just step one. A move to a new office on the Griffiss Business Park is also on the horizon.

Currently, about 50 newspaper staff members work in an almost 26,000 square foot office at 333 West Dominick. In January, they will transition to a more right-sized space — a 6,400 square foot office at 111 Langley Road owned by Roberts Office Interiors.

“The current Rome Sentinel location was part of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative back in the early 1970s to grow West Dominick Street by building our current 333 building and the 301 building, which is currently the Rome DMV,” Waters said, adding that moving to a new growth location in Rome is exciting as the city continues its shared experience of re-birth in all corners.

What’s more is that the transitions will help the newspaper maintain a stable, profitable business in the wake of pandemic-induced economic disruption now, and safeguard against future unknowns, Waters said.

“With these tough times to be in a family local media company, we must be profitable to supply local news. Like any business, without profitability, we close our doors or get bought out by a larger, national company. The Waters family will do everything it can to prevent a Gannett or Digital First Media-like company to take over our city,” referring to large, corporate chains that own a lion’s share of media properties in the United States.

Waters said the changes will help the Daily Sentinel invest in more local news coverage in cities of Rome, Utica, Oneida and surrounding areas.

“Our coverage also includes Madison and Lewis counties. Instead of money going toward press supplies, maintenance and insurance, it will go toward journalism and growing our coverage area,” he said.

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