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Daily Tech News 27 March 2023 | Main | Mid-Morning Art Thread
March 27, 2023

The Morning Report — 3/27/23

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Good morning kids. If the fact that there are only two links in the Shampeachment/Trump Persecution section this morning might be an indicator in and of itself that the trumped-up charges against Trump by NYC DA (diversity asshole) Alvin Bragg has all but collapsed, the nature of the links surely are. First, state-controlled media legal "expert" Dan Abrams ripped Bragg a new one for his butchery of due process, but then the real whammy came from none other than Andrew "Angel of Death" Cuomo who just came right out and stated, in regards to the case, "It's all politics."

Still, the Junta and its propagandists went all in on generating a whole lot of smoke about an impending frog-marching of Trump to prison, so I can't imagine actual fire not to come with it. We shall see. That said, Trump himself hit the campaign trail and yet again drew a huge and raucous crowd down in Waco, TX. The propagandists of course are having a field day butchering his turn of the phrase "retribution" as a call for violence, when of course, it's nothing of the sort. It's meant purely in political/metaphorical terms. Of course, despite my own never forgive and never forget attitude about 2020, Trump makes the huge mistake of making it a central pillar of his campaign. The other thing that falls flat are his attacks on Ron DeSantis, and his attempt at imitating the Florida governor being tearful and pleading went over like a lead balloon.

As of right now, if I were to make a prediction, I think the nomination is Trump's to lose. Even if Bragg's case falls apart, no doubt they will try to manufacture even more crimes out of whole cloth, which will only make his support that much stronger. As for DeSantis, any more huge gaffes like the Ukraine flip-flop are going to sink him. Despite my not being sanguine about some of the names attached to DeSantis (Jeb Bush and Paul Ryan, among others), as well as Trump's running on 2020 revenge, I would have no problem eagerly voting for either, regardless of who comes out on top.

DeSantis has kicked serious ass as Florida governor on a whole host of fronts, and Trump's record of domestic and foreign policy accomplishments – along with exposing the Deep State by his mere presence – puts him in the pantheon of our greatest presidents.

Regarding the campaign, it's going to be what it's going to be and no amount of my wishing for the two of them to make the unprecedented move of turning their fire solely and in unison on the Democrats, RINOs and Deep State and seeing how things shake out is just not going to happen. Too bad, for them and for all of us. And of course, all this might very well be moot since the now institutionalized fraud machine will be more or less fully operational come election "season."

Speaking of the 2020 election, here's yet another not-so-little telltale indicator that things were not kosher, to say the least:

An explosive allegation was made: In Pima County, thirty-five thousand (35,000) votes had been added to each Democratic candidate in the election, including Joe Biden. The allegation was made anonymously by someone claiming that he or she met with Democrat Pima County election officials on September 10, 2020, where a plan to rig the vote was hatched. . .

. . . Thanks to the efforts of former Arizona Representative Mark Finchem and a brilliant analysis by pattern expert Shiva Ayyadurai, we can guess which precincts allegedly received the phony ballots. Finchem obtained precinct-level voting data for Pima County, the county he represented. These data included, by precinct, the number of people requesting mail-in ballots, the number of people returning the ballots, and the votes for each candidate.

Dr. Ayyadurai, a pattern recognition expert, noticed that Pima County’s 2020 election had an extraordinarily high mail-in ballot return rate (about 87 percent) when compared to the national average (71 percent) or the average of other Arizona counties (67.6 percent). Even more interesting was the pattern and distribution of precincts in Pima, when arranged by their mail-in ballot return rates. . .

. . . The figure below is a little complicated but worth studying. It is not an Ayyadurai graph, but is similar to the graphs in Dr. Ayyadurai's Pima County analysis. Ayyadurai calls it his “fishtail” graph, for obvious reasons. It is a fascinating diagram that seems to confirm massive fraud in the 2020 election. . .

. . . The unnatural pattern in this graph is almost impossible to explain unless there was fraud. There may be a temptation to explain Trump’s apparent loss by saying he was not as popular as other Republicans. However, that was probably not the case. As you can see in the image, Trump had a commanding lead over other Republicans in precincts with average or lower return rates. (And remember: The “average” for Pima -- shown with the vertical line -- was about 19 percent higher than other Arizona counties.) However, when we move to the right side of the graph, into the super-high (and very unrealistic) return rates of 92 percent to almost 100 percent, Trump starts losing relative to other Republicans, and Biden gains relative to other Democrats.

What does it mean? It appears extremely likely that those extra 35,000 votes were dumped into certain Pima county precincts, and/or votes were switched between the two presidential candidates.

Now apply Pima County to the swing districts in GA, PA, WI, MI and NV et voilà! 82 million votes for Biden. Is this proof positive? No, not by itself. But if you compare these kind of data analyses with other states as well as over time in prior elections, it's yet another piece of the puzzle that does not reveal the kitten in the basket of yarn.

So turning from fraud, we go to insurrection. No, not the bullshit lie of January 6th but yet another real, actual, violent Leftist (pardon the multiple redundancies) terrorist attack that happened almost 70 years ago in the Capitol that for some reason, the Democrats and the media (BIRM) never ever bring up. Hmm. . .

Joe Biden says the events of January 6, 2021 were the greatest threat to American democracy since the Civil War. That invites a look at what happened at the Capitol on March 1, 1954, when Joe Biden was 11 years old.

Lolita Lebron, Rafael Cancel Miranda, Andres Figueroa Cordero, and Irvin Flores Rodrigues, were members of the Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico (PNPR), which had attempted to assassinate President Harry Truman in 1950. On March 1, 1954, the four took a train from New York City to Washington, D.C., arriving at Union Station shortly after noon.

U.S. Representative Alvin M. Bentley (R-Mich.) took a bullet to the chest. A bullet struck Iowa Republican Ben F. Jensen in the back and Clifford Davis (D-Tenn.) suffered a wound in the leg. The gunfire also wounded Democrats George Hyde Fallon of Maryland and Kenneth A. Roberts of Alabama. Amid the chaos, members took quick action.

Congressmen and pages carried the wounded Bentley and others to safety, and one representative used his tie as a tourniquet. Rep. James Van Zandt (R-Penn.) rushed to the balcony and tackled Rafael Miranda, who had fired most of the shots. Capitol visitors overpowered three of the shooters, and a search of the city turned up Irvin Rodriguez.

The shooters were tried and found guilty. On October 26, 1954, Judge Lawrence E. Walsh sentenced them to more than 70 years, but none of the shooters would serve the full stretch.

Andres Cordero died in 1979. That same year, President Jimmy Carter commuted the sentences of Lebron, Miranda and Rodrigues. Carter’s decision sparked an objection from Puerto Rico Gov. Carlos Romero Barcelo who argued that the prisoners’ unconditional release would encourage terrorism and “constitute a menace to public safety.”

. . . President Carter and his secretary of state described the commutations as “a significant humanitarian gesture.” Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti saw “little substantial risk of the defendants’ engaging in further criminal activity or becoming the rallying point for terrorist groups.” The Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional of Puerto Rico (FALN) wasn’t listening.

Over the next decade, the FALN perpetrated 72 actual bombings, 40 incendiary attacks, eight attempted bombings and 10 bomb threats, resulting in five deaths, 83 injuries, and more than $3 million in property damage. Also active was the Ejercito Popular Boricua, known as the Macheteros. In January 1981, the Macheteros infiltrated a Puerto Rican Air National Guard base and blew up 11 planes, causing approximately $45 million in damages. The capture and conviction of FALN and Machetero terrorists brought the bombings to a halt.

On August 11, 1999, President Bill Clinton extended offers of clemency to 16 of the terrorists in federal prison. That prompted a report from the House Committee on Government Reform titled “The FALN and Macheteros Clemency: Misleading Explanations, a Reckless Decision, A Dangerous Message.” For the committee, the 16 terrorists, “appear to be most unlikely candidates” for presidential largesse. . .

. . . For Biden, the greatest threat to the nation does not proceed from Islamic jihadists, violent criminal cartels or genocidal Stalinist dictatorships like China. Remember, for the Delaware Democrat, the bosses in Beijing are “not bad folks,” and Communist China is not even competition for the United States.

For Joey Sponge-Brain Shits-Pants it is we the people of We The People that pose the greatest threat. Mostly to his 50-plus-year grift of selling his office out to the highest bidder, which goes hand in hand with the anti-American Left and Democrat Party's destruction of the nation, that has been going on since the time of Aaron Burr.

Kudos to the estimable Lloyd Billingsley for this article and one a few weeks back about the filthy commie slags from the Weather Underground who attempted to bomb the Capitol 40 years ago.

But Trump said "pussy!" Worse, he said "retribution!"

If there is a God in Heaven . . .


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