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It was Trump that instructed us not to believe what we see and hear. Pure Orwellian double talk. And your shit is the same, PC. 35,000+ lies in four years as President. The most corrupt administration in our history. The treasonous fat senile old orange clown even went so far as to incited an insurrection to attempt a coup to install him as the first American dictator. And that is what you support.
If we were taxed at massive low rates I would believe you.
 

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This is a wretched cowardly lie as Trump lawyers like Sidney Powell have filed and argued many
cases (successfull) in federal courts. Sidney Powell - Wikipedia
Both as a US attorney and as defense lawyer.

This one is too big to ignore.

Make way.. Krakken Coming though, make a hole people........

Those cheesy lawyers should have their law licenses revoked in every state they are certified in.
 

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It was Trump that instructed us not to believe what we see and hear. Pure Orwellian double talk. And your shit is the same, PC. 35,000+ lies in four years as President. The most corrupt administration in our history. The treasonous fat senile old orange clown even went so far as to incited an insurrection to attempt a coup to install him as the first American dictator. And that is what you support.
What "insurrection" would that be?
 

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Make way.. Krakken Coming though, make a hole people........

Those cheesy lawyers should have their law licenses revoked in every state they are certified in.
I provide facts. You provide cheesy commentary in place of facts. If anyone takes you seiously
it isn't because they respect actual facts.
 

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I provide facts. You provide cheesy commentary in place of facts. If anyone takes you seiously
it isn't because they respect actual facts.

Your facts, like the facts, allegations and evidence Trumpyberra's lawyer tried to pass off are largely hearsay and supposition.
 

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Easy to spew out your assertions. Not so easy to justify them, such as Sidney Powell doesn't even
know how to file a legal suit.

You don't become a US Attorney with your claims being true. You love to shoot from the lip, though.
 
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The father of Fascism was Mussolini, who also used the BigLie and Mob Violence to intimidate the legal authorities and gain dictatorial powers.

We put an end to those fascist, and we should damn well put and end to the Neo-Fascists as well.



"The father of Fascism was Mussolini...."

Exactly who Democrat Franklin Roosevelt idolized.



Clearly you need a primer on Fascism and its influence on the Democrat Party...., Fascism, the economic program of Mussolini, that Franklin Roosevelt infected America with (sorry to end a sentence with a preposition).


Franklin Roosevelt was inspired by the power of the dictators. He took Mussolini’s Fascist economic system, and imposed it on America.

His economic adviser, Rex Tugwell was opposed to any private business not controlled by the government. General Hugh Johnson was working with Tugwell on a bill to create the NRA, and gave Francis Perkins the book by Rafaello Viglione, "The Corporate State," in which the neat Italian system of dictatorship for the benefit of the people was glowingly described." Francis Perkins, "The Roosevelt I Knew." The NRA was copied from Mussolini's corporative system. p.47


Perkins questioned whether Johnson 'really understood the democratic process..." New Dealers had no problem with the fascist nature of their plans. They actually imprisoned a NJ tailor who charged a nickel below the price FDR set.



Democrats and Fascism....carrots and peas.


Did you notice that you put your hoof in your mouth every time you post.


Don't stop now.
 
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Yes most everyone knows the Attorneys for Trump were second class at best and they had no idea where to file or how to file their challenges.

"On Nov 27, 2020 a federal appeals court rejected a Trump campaign proposal to block Biden from being declared the winner of Pennsylvania. ( here ). At the time, Stephanos Bibas, on behalf of the three-judge panel wrote: “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so." It added: “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here."

Similarly, on Dec. 12, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a long-shot lawsuit by the state of Texas and backed by Trump, which sought to throw out voting results in four states ( here ). In a brief order, the justices said Texas did not have legal standing to bring the case.


On Dec. 1, then-Attorney General William Barr said that the Justice Department had found no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the election, even as President Trump kept up his legal efforts to reverse his defeat ( here ). Two weeks later, Barr announced his resignation from the Trump administration ( here ).

Reuters Fact Check has debunked a series of similar false claims of election fraud. Some can be seen here , here , here , here , here .

VERDICT​

False. Courts dismissed more than 50 lawsuits of alleged electoral fraud and irregularities presented by Trump and allies. U.S. election security officials have said the election was “the most secure in American history”.

This article was produced by the Reuters Fact Check team




Dismissed out of hand, dissmissed for lack of standing.

Refused to look at the clear evidence.


Like this:
. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court had no authority to allow counting of votes received beyond the close of business on election day.



“McPherson v Blacker

Under the second clause of Article II of the Constitution, the legislatures of the several States have exclusive power to direct the manner in which the electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed. Such appointment may be made by the legislatures directly, or by popular vote in districts, or by general ticket, as may be provided by the legislature. If the terms of the clause left the question of power in doubt, contemporaneous and continuous subsequent practical construction has determined the question as above stated. The second clause of Article II of the Constitution was not amended by the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments, and they do not limit the power of appointment to the particular manner pursued at the time of the adoption of these amendments, or secure to every male inhabitant of a State, being a citizen of the United States, the right from the time of his majority to vote for presidential electors. A state law fixing a date for the meeting of electors, differing from that prescribed by the act of Congress, is not thereby wholly invalidated; but the date may be rejected and the law stand. “
McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U.S. 1 | Casetext Search + Citator


No state court can set a time limit for votes that should beyond the end of election day, no matter the delay in mail delivery.

Only an elected legislature may do that.

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10. McPherson v Blacker was cited in Gove v Bush, 2000

BUSH v. GORE

A dispute arose concerning the deadline for local county canvassing boards to submit their returns to the Secretary of State (Secretary). The Secretary declined to waive the November 14 deadline imposed by statute. §§102.111, 102.112. The Florida Supreme Court, however, set the deadline at November 26. We granted certiorari and vacated the Florida Supreme Court’s decision, finding considerable uncertainty as to the grounds on which it was based. Bush I, ante, at ___–___ (slip. op., at 6–7). On December 11, the Florida Supreme Court issued a decision on remand reinstating that date. ___ So. 2d ___, ___ (slip op. at 30–31).

But neither the text of Article II itself nor the only case the concurrence cites that interprets Article II, McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U. S. 1 (1892), leads to the conclusion that Article II grants unlimited power to the legislature, devoid of any state constitutional limitations, to select the manner of appointing electors.

…the rules of the recount procedures to include whatever partial counts are done by the time of final certification, and we interpret the Florida Supreme Court’s decision to permit this. See ____ So. 2d, at ____, n. 21 (slip op., at 37, n. 21) (noting “practical difficulties” may control outcome of election, but certifying partial Miami-Dade total nonetheless). This accommodation no doubt results from the truncated contest period established by the Florida Supreme Court in Bush I, at respondents’ own urging. The press of time does not diminish the constitutional concern. A desire for speed is not a general excuse for ignoring equal protection guarantees.”

BUSH v. GORE
 
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It was Trump that instructed us not to believe what we see and hear. Pure Orwellian double talk. And your shit is the same, PC. 35,000+ lies in four years as President. The most corrupt administration in our history. The treasonous fat senile old orange clown even went so far as to incite an insurrection to attempt a coup to install him as the first American dictator. And that is what you support.

It was Trump that instructed us not to believe what we see and hear. Pure Orwellian double talk. And your shit is the same, PC. 35,000+ lies in four years as President. The most corrupt administration in our history. The treasonous fat senile old orange clown even went so far as to incite an insurrection to attempt a coup to install him as the first American dictator. And that is what you support.



Repost sans the juvenile vulgarity and I will surely put you in your place.
 

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And lost every stupid suit they filed concerning this election. Not only that, so outraged the judges that they are on the verge of being disbarred. Judges that were appointed in some cases by Trump.
All on procedural grounds with no appeal possible.
The merits of the Trump case have never been adjudicated.
 
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Each state has it's own rules and requirements as far as computerize voting equipment goes.

On Nov 27, 2020 a federal appeals court rejected a Trump campaign proposal to block Biden from being declared the winner of Pennsylvania. ( here ). At the time, Stephanos Bibas, on behalf of the three-judge panel wrote: “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so." It added: “Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here."

Texas did not have legal standing to challenge the election laws in another state. It was a long shot at best.




The Constitution is the law of the land....not any state regulation.

It was a stolen election, and look at the result:

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"The father of Fascism was Mussolini...."

Exactly who Democrat Franklin Roosevelt idolized.



Clearly you need a primer on Fascism and its influence on the Democrat Party...., Fascism, the economic program of Mussolini, that Franklin Roosevelt infected America with (sorry to end a sentence with a preposition).


Franklin Roosevelt was inspired by the power of the dictators. He took Mussolini’s Fascist economic system, and imposed it on America.

His economic adviser, Rex Tugwell was opposed to any private business not controlled by the government. General Hugh Johnson was working with Tugwell on a bill to create the NRA, and gave Francis Perkins the book by Rafaello Viglione, "The Corporate State," in which the neat Italian system of dictatorship for the benefit of the people was glowingly described." Francis Perkins, "The Roosevelt I Knew." The NRA was copied from Mussolini's corporative system. p.47


Perkins questioned whether Johnson 'really understood the democratic process..." New Dealers had no problem with the fascist nature of their plans. They actually imprisoned a NJ tailor who charged a nickel below the price FDR set.



Democrats and Fascism....carrots and peas.


Did you notice that you put your hoof in your mouth every time you post.


Don't stop now.

With our knowledge of the horrors of the Holocaust and World War II, we find it almost impossible to consider such claims dispassionately. But in the 1930s, when everyone agreed that capitalism had failed, it wasn’t hard to find common themes and mutual admiration in Washington, Berlin, and Rome, not to mention Moscow. (Three New Deals does not focus as much on the latter.) Nor is that a mere historical curiosity, of no great importance in the era following democracy’s triumph over fascism, National Socialism, and communism. Schivelbusch concludes his essay with the liberal journalist John T. Flynn’s warning, in 1944, that state power feeds on crises and enemies. Since then we have been warned about many crises and many enemies, and we have come to accept a more powerful and more intrusive state than existed before the ‘30s.
.....

To compare is not to equate, as Schivelbusch says. It’s sobering to note the real parallels among these systems. But it’s even more important to remember that the U.S. did not succumb to dictatorship. Roosevelt may have stretched the Constitution beyond recognition, and he had a taste for planning and power previously unknown in the White House. But he was not a murderous thug. And despite a population that “literally waited for orders,” as McCormick put it, American institutions did not collapse. The Supreme Court declared some New Deal measures unconstitutional. Some business leaders resisted it. Intellectuals on both the right and the left, some of whom ended up in the early libertarian movement, railed against Roosevelt. Republican politicians (those were the days!) tended to oppose both the flow of power to Washington and the shift to executive authority.

Germany had a parliament and political parties and business leaders, and they collapsed in the face of Hitler’s movement. Something was different in the United States. Perhaps it was the fact that the country was formed by people who had left the despots of the Old World to find freedom in the new, and who then made a libertarian revolution. Americans tend to think of themselves as individuals, with equal rights and equal freedom. A nation whose fundamental ideology is, in the words of the recently deceased sociologist Seymour Martin Lipset, “antistatism, laissez‐faire, individualism, populism, and egalitarianism” will be far more resistant to illiberal ideologies.

 
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With our knowledge of the horrors of the Holocaust and World War II, we find it almost impossible to consider such claims dispassionately. But in the 1930s, when everyone agreed that capitalism had failed, it wasn’t hard to find common themes and mutual admiration in Washington, Berlin, and Rome, not to mention Moscow. (Three New Deals does not focus as much on the latter.) Nor is that a mere historical curiosity, of no great importance in the era following democracy’s triumph over fascism, National Socialism, and communism. Schivelbusch concludes his essay with the liberal journalist John T. Flynn’s warning, in 1944, that state power feeds on crises and enemies. Since then we have been warned about many crises and many enemies, and we have come to accept a more powerful and more intrusive state than existed before the ‘30s.
.....

To compare is not to equate, as Schivelbusch says. It’s sobering to note the real parallels among these systems. But it’s even more important to remember that the U.S. did not succumb to dictatorship. Roosevelt may have stretched the Constitution beyond recognition, and he had a taste for planning and power previously unknown in the White House. But he was not a murderous thug. And despite a population that “literally waited for orders,” as McCormick put it, American institutions did not collapse. The Supreme Court declared some New Deal measures unconstitutional. Some business leaders resisted it. Intellectuals on both the right and the left, some of whom ended up in the early libertarian movement, railed against Roosevelt. Republican politicians (those were the days!) tended to oppose both the flow of power to Washington and the shift to executive authority.

Germany had a parliament and political parties and business leaders, and they collapsed in the face of Hitler’s movement. Something was different in the United States. Perhaps it was the fact that the country was formed by people who had left the despots of the Old World to find freedom in the new, and who then made a libertarian revolution. Americans tend to think of themselves as individuals, with equal rights and equal freedom. A nation whose fundamental ideology is, in the words of the recently deceased sociologist Seymour Martin Lipset, “antistatism, laissez‐faire, individualism, populism, and egalitarianism” will be far more resistant to illiberal ideologies.



Stop lying. You vote for the same plans we defeated in WWII.



The Founders, classical liberals, conservatives
a. individualism, free markets, and limited constitutional government.
“free markets, free voices, free people”

,
Fascists, Nazis, Liberals, Progressives, Socialists, Communists, Democrats
b. the collective, command and control regulation of private industry, and overarching government that can order every aspect of the private citizen's life....right down to control of his thoughts and speech.


None of the totalitarian forms of political plague have the slightest concern for human life: not communism (gulags), not Nazism (concentration camps), not Liberalism (abortion), not Progressivism (eugenics), not socialism (theft), not fascism (murder).

The Democrats check every one of those boxes.



They only differ in the final outcome: slavery, serfdom, or death.
 
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With our knowledge of the horrors of the Holocaust and World War II, we find it almost impossible to consider such claims dispassionately. But in the 1930s, when everyone agreed that capitalism had failed, it wasn’t hard to find common themes and mutual admiration in Washington, Berlin, and Rome, not to mention Moscow. (Three New Deals does not focus as much on the latter.) Nor is that a mere historical curiosity, of no great importance in the era following democracy’s triumph over fascism, National Socialism, and communism. Schivelbusch concludes his essay with the liberal journalist John T. Flynn’s warning, in 1944, that state power feeds on crises and enemies. Since then we have been warned about many crises and many enemies, and we have come to accept a more powerful and more intrusive state than existed before the ‘30s.
.....

To compare is not to equate, as Schivelbusch says. It’s sobering to note the real parallels among these systems. But it’s even more important to remember that the U.S. did not succumb to dictatorship. Roosevelt may have stretched the Constitution beyond recognition, and he had a taste for planning and power previously unknown in the White House. But he was not a murderous thug. And despite a population that “literally waited for orders,” as McCormick put it, American institutions did not collapse. The Supreme Court declared some New Deal measures unconstitutional. Some business leaders resisted it. Intellectuals on both the right and the left, some of whom ended up in the early libertarian movement, railed against Roosevelt. Republican politicians (those were the days!) tended to oppose both the flow of power to Washington and the shift to executive authority.

Germany had a parliament and political parties and business leaders, and they collapsed in the face of Hitler’s movement. Something was different in the United States. Perhaps it was the fact that the country was formed by people who had left the despots of the Old World to find freedom in the new, and who then made a libertarian revolution. Americans tend to think of themselves as individuals, with equal rights and equal freedom. A nation whose fundamental ideology is, in the words of the recently deceased sociologist Seymour Martin Lipset, “antistatism, laissez‐faire, individualism, populism, and egalitarianism” will be far more resistant to illiberal ideologies.




Did you read Schivelbusch's book?

I did.

From the book:


  1. The current narrative is geared toward minimizing the relationship between Roosevelt’s New Deal, and that of Mussolini and of Hitler…and that only due to the exigencies of the Second World War did it become necessary for Roosevelt to assume extreme powers identified with those of the other two regimes.
  2. In 1933, Fascism was celebrating its eleventh year in power, in Italy, and the election of the National Socialists in Germany represented an unmitigated defeat for liberal democracy in Europe’s largest industrialized nation.
    1. At the beginning of the same month, FDR was inaugurated as President. And before Congress went into recess it granted powers to Roosevelt unprecedented in peacetime. From Congressional hearings, 1973: “Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency.” http://www.freedomsite.net/93-549.htm
  3. The National Socialists hailed these ‘relief measures’ in ways you will recognize:
    1. May 11, 1933, the Nazi newspaper Volkischer Beobachter, (People’s Observer): “Roosevelt’s Dictatorial Recovery Measures.”
    2. And on January 17, 1934, “We, too, as German National Socialists are looking toward America…” and “Roosevelt’s adoption of National Socialist strains of thought in his economic and social policies” comparable to Hitler’s own dictatorial ‘Fuhrerprinzip.’
    3. And “[Roosevelt], too demands that collective good be put before individual self-interest. Many passages in his book ‘Looking Forward’ could have been written by a National Socialist….one can assume that he feels considerable affinity with the National Socialist philosophy.”
    4. The paper also refers to “…the fictional appearance of democracy.”
  4. In 1938, American ambassador Hugh R. Wilson reported to FDR his conversations with Hitler: “Hitler then said that he had watched with interest the methods which you, Mr. President, have been attempting to adopt for the United States…. I added that you were very much interested in certain phases of the sociological effort, notably for the youth and workmen, which is being made in Germany…” cited in “Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs,” vol.2, p. 27.
  5. English and French commentators routinely depicted Roosevelt as akin to Mussolini. A more specific reason why, in 1933, the New Deal was often compared with Fascism was that with the help of a massive propaganda campaign, Italy had transitioned from a liberal free-market system to a state-run corporatist one. And corporatism was considered by elitists and intellectuals as the perfect response to the collapse of the liberal free-market economy, as was the national self-sufficiency of the Stalinist Soviet Union. The National Recovery Administration was comparable to Mussolini’s corporatism as both had state control without actual expropriation of private property.
    1. Mussolini wrote a book review of Roosevelt’s “Looking Forward,” in which he said “…[as] Roosevelt here calls his readers to battle, is reminiscent of the ways and means by which Fascism awakened the Italian people.” Popolo d’Italia, July 7, 1933.
    2. In 1934, Mussolini wrote a review of “New Frontiers,” by FDR’s Sec’y of Agriculture, later Vice-President, Henry Wallace: “Wallace’s answer to what America wants is as follows: anything but a return to the free-market, i.e., anarchistic economy. Where is America headed? This book leaves no doubt that it is on the road to corporatism, the economic system of the current century.” Marco Sedda, Il politico, vol. 64, p. 263.

Bet you wish you had an education....but then you wouldn't vote Democrat.
 

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Orwell began as a communist, but became quite the opposite.
He had the ability to ratiocinate....unlike Democrat supporters.
You did good when you started the thread on Milly. Don't go off halfcocked with a bunch of your conspiracy theory shit now.
 
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Did you read Schivelbusch's book?

I did.

From the book:


  1. The current narrative is geared toward minimizing the relationship between Roosevelt’s New Deal, and that of Mussolini and of Hitler…and that only due to the exigencies of the Second World War did it become necessary for Roosevelt to assume extreme powers identified with those of the other two regimes.
  2. In 1933, Fascism was celebrating its eleventh year in power, in Italy, and the election of the National Socialists in Germany represented an unmitigated defeat for liberal democracy in Europe’s largest industrialized nation.
    1. At the beginning of the same month, FDR was inaugurated as President. And before Congress went into recess it granted powers to Roosevelt unprecedented in peacetime. From Congressional hearings, 1973: “Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency.” http://www.freedomsite.net/93-549.htm
  3. The National Socialists hailed these ‘relief measures’ in ways you will recognize:
    1. May 11, 1933, the Nazi newspaper Volkischer Beobachter, (People’s Observer): “Roosevelt’s Dictatorial Recovery Measures.”
    2. And on January 17, 1934, “We, too, as German National Socialists are looking toward America…” and “Roosevelt’s adoption of National Socialist strains of thought in his economic and social policies” comparable to Hitler’s own dictatorial ‘Fuhrerprinzip.’
    3. And “[Roosevelt], too demands that collective good be put before individual self-interest. Many passages in his book ‘Looking Forward’ could have been written by a National Socialist….one can assume that he feels considerable affinity with the National Socialist philosophy.”
    4. The paper also refers to “…the fictional appearance of democracy.”
  4. In 1938, American ambassador Hugh R. Wilson reported to FDR his conversations with Hitler: “Hitler then said that he had watched with interest the methods which you, Mr. President, have been attempting to adopt for the United States…. I added that you were very much interested in certain phases of the sociological effort, notably for the youth and workmen, which is being made in Germany…” cited in “Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs,” vol.2, p. 27.
  5. English and French commentators routinely depicted Roosevelt as akin to Mussolini. A more specific reason why, in 1933, the New Deal was often compared with Fascism was that with the help of a massive propaganda campaign, Italy had transitioned from a liberal free-market system to a state-run corporatist one. And corporatism was considered by elitists and intellectuals as the perfect response to the collapse of the liberal free-market economy, as was the national self-sufficiency of the Stalinist Soviet Union. The National Recovery Administration was comparable to Mussolini’s corporatism as both had state control without actual expropriation of private property.
    1. Mussolini wrote a book review of Roosevelt’s “Looking Forward,” in which he said “…[as] Roosevelt here calls his readers to battle, is reminiscent of the ways and means by which Fascism awakened the Italian people.” Popolo d’Italia, July 7, 1933.
    2. In 1934, Mussolini wrote a review of “New Frontiers,” by FDR’s Sec’y of Agriculture, later Vice-President, Henry Wallace: “Wallace’s answer to what America wants is as follows: anything but a return to the free-market, i.e., anarchistic economy. Where is America headed? This book leaves no doubt that it is on the road to corporatism, the economic system of the current century.” Marco Sedda, Il politico, vol. 64, p. 263.

Bet you wish you had an education....but then you wouldn't vote Democrat.



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Orwell's novels have become the to-do manuals for the Democrats/totalitarians.



1. Orwell has become nothing less than the burning bush of Sinai, or at least the two tablets, in political importance.

He told us of how the manipulation of language is the winning card in politics.

Control the language and you control the argument.




2. Let’s never forget this key to understanding each new crisis: Democrats lie about everything.

The 30 or so hoaxes and lies since and before the Trump election should give any thinking individual a way to judge every new one.

And so should the constant alterations in the language used: from Global Warming to Climate Change; from vaccinations provide immunity to vaccinations offer protection; and the latest one….from The Atlantic.
They now longer want the Propaganda Ministry to use hospitalizations, or those bogus death rates....or even infection rates.
The want some new terminology to keep the crisis going.
“Our Most Reliable Pandemic Number Is Losing Meaning
A new study suggests that almost half of those hospitalized with COVID-19 have mild or asymptomatic cases.” Our Most Reliable Pandemic Number Is Losing Meaning


3. In the news, and keeping with the theme, .....

"Communist Party USA Coins a New Orwellian Term for Cancel Culture

What’s the new term they’re pushing to replace “cancel culture”? According to a recent article, it should now be seen as “Liberation Culture.”


The article on CPUSA’s website is rife with conjecture and gaslighting. Here’s a taste:




“Liberation culture” just sounds better.

Just when we think we’re getting the upper hand on denouncing one concept, the left rebrands it and starts the process up again. It’s all a charade, yet conservatives continue to let the left determine the rules of engagement through language manipulation."



Orwell predicted Democrat's America.

“Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it.”

I agree, but also let's not forget Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. He accurately predicted not only the fascism of the left, but also their employment of drugs, sexuality, and the media as opiates to reduce the resistance of and procure compliance from the masses. If that doesn't describe the current state of blue America, I don't know what does.
 

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All on procedural grounds with no appeal possible.
The merits of the Trump case have never been adjudicated.
That claim has been debunk numerous time.

Trump filed a federal lawsuit in Wisconsin that broadly challenged the state’s changes to its voting procedures amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and asked the court to “remand” the complaint to the Wisconsin legislature so they could determine the appropriate response and pick the state’s presidential electors.

After U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig called Trump’s request “bizarre” and said he had “a very, very hard time seeing how this is justiciable in the federal court,” Trump’s attorneys changed their request to ask the court to order Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers to certify election results that are in line with what the state legislature, rather than the voters, want.

Ludwig dismissed the case with prejudice Saturday, ruling that while Trump did have standing to bring the “extraordinary” case and the issue wasn’t yet moot—as Wisconsin had argued—the president’s legal arguments “fail on their merits.”

The judge said that argument is meritless because the “manner” of appointing presidential electors is already determined to be by popular vote, and by saying only state legislatures can determine a state’s voting rules, the president’s argument “confuses and conflates” appointing presidential electors with basic election administration.

Wisconsin officials “acted consistently with, and as expressly authorized by, the Wisconsin Legislature,” Ludwig ruled.

 

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Orwell's novels have become the to-do manuals for the Democrats/totalitarians.



1. Orwell has become nothing less than the burning bush of Sinai, or at least the two tablets, in political importance.

He told us of how the manipulation of language is the winning card in politics.

Control the language and you control the argument.




2. Let’s never forget this key to understanding each new crisis: Democrats lie about everything.

The 30 or so hoaxes and lies since and before the Trump election should give any thinking individual a way to judge every new one.

And so should the constant alterations in the language used: from Global Warming to Climate Change; from vaccinations provide immunity to vaccinations offer protection; and the latest one….from The Atlantic.
They now longer want the Propaganda Ministry to use hospitalizations, or those bogus death rates....or even infection rates.
The want some new terminology to keep the crisis going.
“Our Most Reliable Pandemic Number Is Losing Meaning
A new study suggests that almost half of those hospitalized with COVID-19 have mild or asymptomatic cases.” Our Most Reliable Pandemic Number Is Losing Meaning


3. In the news, and keeping with the theme, .....

"Communist Party USA Coins a New Orwellian Term for Cancel Culture

What’s the new term they’re pushing to replace “cancel culture”? According to a recent article, it should now be seen as “Liberation Culture.”


The article on CPUSA’s website is rife with conjecture and gaslighting. Here’s a taste:




“Liberation culture” just sounds better.

Just when we think we’re getting the upper hand on denouncing one concept, the left rebrands it and starts the process up again. It’s all a charade, yet conservatives continue to let the left determine the rules of engagement through language manipulation."



Orwell predicted Democrat's America.

“Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it.”
Love how they make up new words, like White Fragility, White Privilege, Transwoman, etc. etc.

Morons and liars all of them.
 

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The father of Fascism was Mussolini, who also used the BigLie and Mob Violence to intimidate the legal authorities and gain dictatorial powers.

We put an end to those fascist, and we should damn well put and end to the Neo-Fascists as well.
Sounds like every DemNazi election campaign since Obama Bin Spying.
 

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