California election fraud is crazy

There is no bottom to how low the Democrats (mostly globalists) will sink to steal an election.  California recently changed their election laws in 2016 that essentially allowed for ballot harvesting.  Now, magically, hundreds of thousands of votes can appear after election day and swing an entire election weeks later, an additional 250,000 votes in this case.  Ask yourself what is more likely: that a county traditionally red, and red the night of the election, magically turns blue weeks later because only Democrats in that county voted by this new rule.  Or election fraud.  This isn’t difficult to see.  They are scared enough now that they’re getting sloppy and cannot cover for it as well anymore.  Or they’re just really stupid.

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Election fraud of a Democrat miracle?

Stupid, of course, unless they’re allowed to get away with it.  I’m hoping beyond hopes President Trump has something big up his sleeve that he’s waiting to use after certain events transpire.

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The Democrats very clearly meddled in elections in at least Georgia, Florida, and California.  God knows how many other elections went under the radar that they meddled with too.  Do you feel content thinking they legitimately won all of those House seats fairly?

Many think the Huber testimony tomorrow is going to blow the lid off something much bigger and have far reaching implications.  Perhaps that’s what President Trump is waiting for before directly addressing the rampant voter fraud we have in this country.  He better make it a priority soon, otherwise even though he should absolutely steamroll in 2020 he will find himself shocked when he loses several states he probably honestly won in landslides.  If they can swing votes that were greater than 5% for the Republican candidate and get away with it then the game is over.

Tijuana has a lot of problems…

Dark days for the border city of Tijuana.  As if the cartel problem wasn’t enough, it is now being exacerbated by the fact that precious funding needed to fight the cartels is being funneled off to handle the migrant crisis.  Via Breitbart:

The migrant crisis in Tijuana continues to intensify as migrants flood into the border city which is in the midst of a deadly cartel war that has now registered 2,220 in 2018.

Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastélum Buenrostro declared a humanitarian crisis this Thursday slamming his federal government’s response in dealing with the migrant caravan that has engulfed the beleaguered city as Breitbart News reported. Mayor Gastélum Buenrostro voiced his dissatisfaction with the poor response of the federal government in providing aid for the more than 5,000 caravan migrants who have arrived in the city. The mayor vowed not to bankrupt the city in order to care for those arriving in the city. Officials expect more to arrive daily. Migrant shelters are at full capacity and government resources stretched to the limit.

The migrant crisis is occurring as Tijuana is dealing with an ongoing cartel war that has now reached over 2,220 homicides for the year according to statistics compiled by the state attorney general’s office. Officials reported least 141 killings in the month of November as of November 24.

We need a wall.  And I think ultimately this will do us a lot of good in curbing future migrant caravans at Mexico’s southern border as well.  President Trump reached a deal with Mexico to keep the migrants there while processing asylum claims.  This is huge.  Via the article:

President Trump briefly described the arrangement in a pair of tweets Saturday evening. “Migrants at the Southern Border will not be allowed into the United States until their claims are individually approved in court,” Trump wrote. “No ‘Releasing’ into the U.S….All will stay in Mexico.”

The president then issued a threat. “If for any reason it becomes necessary, we will CLOSE our Southern Border. There is no way that the United States will, after decades of abuse, put up with this costly and dangerous situation anymore!” Trump wrote.

This is the main problem.  They seek asylum or are just caught and await their court date.  Given the number of claims the waiting period is very long so they are released and expected to appear in court.  Very few ever appear and then they are lost in American for good.  Keeping them in Mexico cuts this out entirely and should discourage future caravans from trying this stunt.

We need a wall.  This temporary deal will not last forever and soon we will regress back to our old process.  This should wake Mexico up a bit to avoid letting these people in in the first place.  They may now start to realize if they want to fix their own domestic problems at the border and with the cartels they’ll need to cooperate with us more.  In the end this will improve both countries, something President Trump has yearned for for a long time.

A Week of Gratitude 2018: Supreme Court Judges

As we near Thanksgiving and reflect on the past year there is much to be thankful for despite all the negativity and evil out there.  And even though Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch was nominated and confirmed in 2017 both his and Justice Kavanaugh’s appointments are something we should be very thankful for.

Our Constitution has been under attack like never before in the past few decades and has only ramped up since President Trump took office.  I think perhaps it’s easy to take for granted all that President Trump has accomplished despite the best efforts of the Democrats to stop him.  And so much early success has spurned us to hope and expect for more from him.  And while I can’t speak for anyone else, I distinctly remember going into the election of 2016 that even if nothing else is accomplished, Supreme Court nominations would be the most important thing to win in the presidential election.  This serves as something of a safeguard and the ultimate checks and balances of a government gone amok.  And with the possibility of a progressive party coming into control looking to change the entire outlook of the values and rights this country was founded on, this was not a trivial matter.

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Thankfully, President Trump has delivered.  Justice Gorsuch replaced Justice Scalia, who died under very suspicious conditions.  The court at that time was in a very precarious position, 50/50 divided liberal/conservative.  One can make all the arguments one wants, but the Supreme Court is not supposed to be politically charged or motivated.  It’s one of the reasons why it’s a lifetime appointment; so they are not swayed by political pressures.  And while many want to interpret the Constitution as a living, breathing, document, Justice Gorsuch believes in interpreting the Constitution as our Founding Fathers wrote and hoped to interpret it, rather than bending the words to the day’s topic du jour to make it fit another meaning and enact new policy and change.  Legislation, one should recall, is not meant to be done by judges, much as the left wants that to be the case.  By securing Justice Gorsuch, only 51, he has secured a conservative seat on the bench for several decades.

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Justice Kavanaugh, as everyone by now knows, went through quite an ordeal to be nominated and confirmed.  Justice Kavanaugh, 53 himself, replaced a retiring Justice Kennedy.  Justice Kennedy was widely thought to be the centrist Justice.  This being such an important replacement, one that could tip the scales one way or the other, the Democrats sunk to their usual lows, and perhaps lower than usual, to besmirch his good name.  As the saying goes, you know you’re over the target when you start taking flak.  As I’ve written about before, Justice Kennedy wasn’t keen to judge on cases involving gun control and the second amendment.  This often times left the matter in a precarious position with a less secure future.  This will not be the case with Justice Kavanaugh and the left knew it.  The mud slinging was unprecedented.  Unsubstantiated sexual allegations were coming from all sides, with Christine Ford as the centerpiece.  And while many posited the question “what possible benefit could she have for making this up?” I offer you Exhibit A.  Suffice to say, we should not be weeping for Christine.  This was such a hot issue and really raised an important question to our country: Do we still believe in the notion of innocent until proven guilty?  Shockingly, though perhaps we shouldn’t be shocked by this anymore, this was a country divided on this question.  Many on the left thought Kavanaugh should not be nominated despite the fact there was exactly ZERO evidence supporting her claims, and in fact several of the claims were proven to be outright false.

Thankfully, despite their best efforts, the Democrats failed in both cases and we now have two more conservative judges on the Supreme Court.  Something tells me Justice Kavanaugh will not soon forget how he was treated.  That’s something to consider going forward.  And unless the Democrats try to pack the courts, an idea not unfamiliar to the left, it appears the court is secured for a few more decades.  And with the possibility of filling at least one more seat, President Trump has left us in a good position.  This was the most important issue going into the election and he has delivered in spades.

Thanksgiving is a time for reflection and gratitude.  As we spend time with our families and loved ones this year, let us be thankful for what we have and what has been preserved.  But we cannot rest on our laurels and we certainly need to stop taking our liberties for granted.  We were thisclose to losing the Supreme Court to the most corrupt politician in American history.  And given how spineless most of the Republican party is, a majority in the Senate would not leave me with a good feeling that HRC wouldn’t have prevailed.  Even if she hadn’t, having the option to add several judges once a Democrat majority in the Senate came into fruition was a very real possibility.   Especially knowing how much they have stuffed the ballot boxes during the midterms.

A Week of Gratitude 2018: Trump v ISIS

All too often around the world, and here, we only hear about how bleak things are getting.  And that’s very important; we cannot sugarcoat the problem.  We’ve been doing that as a nation for decades now and the problems herein have festered.  But all negativity all the time can have detrimental effects.  In this week leading up to Thanksgiving we should also reflect on the things we are thankful for and the good that IS being done.  Today we reflect on President Trump’s handling of ISIS.

Remember ISIS?  You can almost make that joke now.  It wasn’t that long ago that terrorist attacks claimed by ISIS happened in the United States, France, and Germany on a monthly if not weekly basis.  The situation seemed bleak, almost inevitable.  Like we needed to accept it and couldn’t do anything about it.  “Part and parcel” of living in this new globalized world, perhaps.  Our then Commander in Chief at the time, Obama, didn’t offer much in the way of a positive long-term outlook either:

Barack Obama has dubbed the US-led campaign against the Islamic State a “generational struggle” as he underscored the need to not just defeat the terrorist group on the ground but also to “discredit their ideology”.

“This broader challenge of countering violent extremism is not simply a military effort,” Obama said in remarks from the Pentagon on Monday. “Ideologies are not defeated by guns. They’re defeated with better ideas – a more attractive and more compelling vision.

“This larger battle for hearts and minds is going to be a generational struggle,” he added. “It’s ultimately not going to be won or lost by the United States alone. It will be decided by the countries and communities that terrorists like Isil [an alternative acronym for Islamic State/Isis] target.”

Contrast that with President Trump:

WE have to get rid of ISIS, we have no choice.

No BS, no long timeline, no excuses.  President Trump, with General Mattis as his bulldog, has made rather quick work of the group that was once thought to be a “generational struggle”.  Rest assured, whether it’s ISIS, or whatever acronym they come up with next for whatever new cell pops up, President Trump will deal with them as swiftly.

Look at the above graph.  President Trump made about the same amount of progress, perhaps a little more, than Obama in his first year, though that first year took some time to get his Cabinet approved and things in order before he could really be said to be fully in control.  When he was, observe the change from 2017 to 2018.  Those who like to praise Obama and take credit away from Trump, whether it’s this, or the economy, are disingenuous and never heap blame on the man.  The fact that Obama allowed ISIS to become a thing to the extent that they did in the first place is never mentioned.  Promise made, promise kept, by President Trump.

Something that those paying attention may find interesting is that many of the problems we are told are impossible to solve, or will take generations, or are simply too complicated, really aren’t so.  Often times they want us to think they are this way so that we become accustomed to controlled struggle and hardship.  To live under the illusion that the government is doing all that they can when in reality they know what’s possible and are controlling what they give us and in what quantity they do so.  The struggle against ISIS is one great example.  Is it really so far-fetched to believe that having ISIS be around at all is something the government, or perhaps the CIA, wants to justify their budget and always increasing reach?  Or how about jobs.  Obama famously quipped that those factory jobs weren’t ever coming back.  They did.  Or that trade deals are so convoluted and complicated that they are impossible to renegotiate.  Or how about immigration?  We’re told that it’s an inevitability and that we just need to accept it as the way the world is in 2018.  This, perhaps more than any other, is the easiest to see what’s going on.  President Trump has tried to control the border now for 2+ years and the only thing holding him back are corrupt politicians and politically motivated judges.  The problem could already be solved, but they are going to more and more extreme measures to stop it because they don’t want it stopped.  Not because it’s impossible to stop.

But let’s be grateful for what has been done.  This barbaric terrorist group has largely been squelched.  The job isn’t done, but they hold a lot less territory and influence today than they did not so long ago.  The prospects seem a lot more positive now, and we have President Trump to thank for that.

More Mainstream Media Lies

The MSM actions of this past week may be the easiest example to show to people how the mainstream media manipulates and outright lies to further their agenda and why we do not trust them.  The video below is the perfect supplementary evidence you can provide as ammo to back up the point too.  Watch the initial encounter first.  Then watch the Paul Joseph Watson video, which InfoWars zoomed in at the point of contact to show the contact.  The media took this as doctoring the video and lambasted the White House for posting a “doctored” video from InfoWars and used this as a rallying cry of sorts.

Objectively speaking, Jim Acosta was being completely disrespectful, rude, and unreasonable.  He asked a question and President Trump answered it.  He allowed one question and wanted to give other reporters a chance to ask one too.  Jim continued to press a new question, interrupting, speaking over the President and other reporters, and knocked away the hand of the intern trying to take the mic away.

The White House then took away Jim Acosta’s hard pass, essentially for making contact with the intern.  Though he should’ve had his pass revoked for his childish behavior overall.  They then posted a video which was initially posted by InfoWars showing the incident and zooming in at the point of contact.  The mainstream media, disingenuous as we know they are, decried that this was a doctored video that misrepresented the actual encounter.  In reality, the video wasn’t doctored at all, but rather just a zoom in to show the contact to prove the White House was correct in their assessment.

This is why we hate the mainstream media.  Consider the facts, watch for yourself, see how they reacted, and judge accordingly.  The video was not doctored.  Doctoring is changing or obscuring a video with the express purpose of misrepresenting what happened.  This does not do that.  If you play the videos side by side you can see they are the same exact speed (not sped up or slowed down to exaggerate contact) and the slight quality difference is due to compression of the video.  That’s it.  Notice how rather than chastise their own reporter, who was completely out of line, they try and put this on the President as if he is suppressing the press.  To drive a narrative.  And to wind up the crazies on the left who look for anything and everything to be mad at President Trump, whether it’s based in reality or pure fiction.  If this isn’t clear cut proof to show how purposefully deceptive they are, how they peddle lies to drive their narrative, then I don’t know what is.  Use this to show why we do not trust them.  They simply do not, it seems cannot, objectively report events anymore.  Everything they put out is through a lens to drive their agenda.  And then they beam out this message to their NPCs who chirp the message to the NPC masses.  Pull in the late night hosts to spread the lie too.  Disgusting.

A Heartfelt Thanks and Apology

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Today marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended World War I.  We now recognize this as Veteran’s Day and extend it to all who have served in our armed forces.

America would not be what it is without these brave men. It is not an exaggeration to say the world could very realistically have been overrun by far left political ideologies, whether it was Communism or National Socialism, without the aid of the United States.  The victory of World War II may arguably be the height of American exceptionalism.  Or one could argue perhaps our greatest height was when we put a man on the moon.  All a distant dream without the bravery and sacrifice of millions of men.  You can forget about the technological boom and the Internet age as well.  For this we are eternally grateful.

It feels as though an apology is in order as well.  The hard work, toil, and sacrifices of these men and of our ancestors has put us in a position never seen before in human history.  We have access to previously unimaginable wealth and opportunity.  But with this great potential comes great responsibility, and potential downfall.  It can be too easy to become complacent.  Lazy.  Unappreciative.  Forgetful.  What have we done with the opportunity our ancestors have left for us?  Would they be proud to see how our country has turned out?  What we’ve done with it?  What they died to protect?

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One could make a very good argument that they would not be happy to see how it all turned out.  What good is it to defend your country against potential invasion only to allow them to invade in another manner just one or two generations later with nary a fight?  Or to allow the Constitution and the law to be so obfuscated that the original intent from the Founding Fathers is now completely up for reinterpretation?  Or what about rewriting history entirely?  Or to pretend this wasn’t a nation founded by God fearing men.

No.  Today we take their sacrifices for granted.  We’ve become far too comfortable.  Comfortable to the point that we forget why armies and the threat of force are needed.  So comfortable that in fact we even vilify these brave men and now women who are willing to fight and die for our freedoms.  Even worse, some now even question what American exceptionalism is, and rather than fight for ideals such as free speech many think they know better and try to police it.  We even look back at some of our greatest leaders and call them bigots, racist, evil.  Statues are torn down.  History is simply erased and forgotten, and the lessons that go along with it too.

The only way we will survive as a nation is if we start to fight back.  We’ve tried acceptance of any and all ideas.  Of multiculturalism instead of assimilation.  It doesn’t work.  They cry for tolerance and acceptance, and when we give it to them they turn it on us and try to vilify us.  Or shame us into thinking we shouldn’t be proud of our ancestry or our country.  These evil forces need to be squelched out and stopped completely.  Total victory, not tolerance, appears to be the only way to stem the tide.  We’ve practiced appeasement rather than deterrence in the cultural war for far too long.  It hasn’t worked.  Victor Davis Hanson wrote a great piece recently on the anniversary and had this to say which I think fits in nicely:

What can we learn from the failed armistice of 1918?

Keeping the peace is sometimes even more difficult than winning a war.

For an enemy to accept defeat, it must be forced to understand why it lost, suffer the consequences of its aggressions—and only then be shown magnanimity and given help to rebuild.

Losers of a war cannot pick and choose when to quit fighting in enemy territory.

Had the Allies continued their offensives in the fall of 1918 and invaded Germany, the peace that followed might have more closely resembled the unconditional surrender and agreements that ended WWII, leading to far more than just 20 years of subsequent European calm.

Deterrence prevents war.

If we continue to begrudgingly accept these toxic ideologies and ideas coming from the left, rather than fight hard and hit hard back against them, the end result will turn out much worse than the comparably minimal pain of stopping it in its tracks right away.  It’s much harder to deport somebody once they’ve embedded themselves into this country than turn them away at the border.  Or to put a hard foot down on the atrocities they try to put into children’s programming, or how they try to program our children in school.  Obamacare became much harder to stop once it was written into law.

There can be no more compromise.  The left has shown their true colors far too often for us to be fooled by it anymore.  We have to push back and give no quarter.  Now is our best shot.  We have a man in office more willing than perhaps any president of the past 100+ years to take a stand and also be big enough to be able to withstand the pressure the mainstream media and swamp throw at him.  He cannot do it alone.  Nor should he have to.  Let us do our part to make our ancestors proud, and to leave future generations better off and with a shot at the American dream as it was once imagined.  What an utter shame it would be to throw it all away in the name of multiculturalism, or virtue signaling, or whatever other guilt they try to foist on us.

Mid term thoughts, election meddling

Now that the dust has (mostly) settled it’s time to parse out the results.  Obviously the blue wave didn’t happen.  But conservatives saying the GOP flat out won are disingenuous too.  Bill Whittle maybe put it best calling it a tie, but because of the direction President Trump was taking the country, and the fact that they preserved the Senate to get through more judicial nominations, that tie goes to us as a win.

The Dems took about the average number of seats that normally swing in a mid-term year with a new president.  They actually lost seats in the Senate which strengthens President Trump’s position and now gives him a little cushion should he nominate another Supreme Court justice, which is very possible after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg fell and broke 3 ribs this week.  At 85, already having survived colon and pancreatic cancer, perhaps this is a sign of enough decline to step down, depending on what caused the fall.

Of course the Democrats will not accept legal election results if not in their favor, so they’re fighting this tooth and nail, and surprisingly, out of the blue, a mystery truck showed up with more votes in Florida.  You can guess who they helped.  Similarly, in Arizona, two days after the election, miraculously the Democratic candidate has now taken the lead.  Of course, the RNC is already suing for the election process in Arizona.  It must just be an act of God that every time there is a recount there always miraculously appears to be more votes for the Democratic candidate.

I don’t think this will be the end to the voter fraud and investigations.  It is rampant.  Add the Georgia race in there and this is just three examples of Republicans having to fight tooth and nail for having won fairly but, but perhaps not with enough margin to overcome the left meddling.  Think about how disgusting that is.  And who knows how many other close races in the House actually maybe went Republican but with meddling skewed blue.  You won’t hear about those.

It should tell you all you need to know about the Democrats and their policies when they have to purposely obfuscate the truth or outright cheat to win.  They cannot win the war of ideas.  It’s the same reason why they pushing open borders so hard.  They cannot win without low IQ voters from third world countries that will ALWAYS vote for bigger government.   Or why they continually try and redistrict states, which is one of the reasons that make governor races so important.  Take a look at their gains from redistricting Pennsylvania.

We’re at a very dangerous crossroads in our country.  The rule of law is not being upheld.  And the guilty parties are not being punished.  Without punishment, illegal activity will only continue to skyrocket.  Jeff Sessions was thankfully finally fired.  We need someone in there that will actually respect the rule of law and mete out appropriate punishments for the guilty parties.  This current course cannot continue.  When the rule of law is not upheld you’re one step closer to outright anarchy and mayhem.