|December 5, 2020|
Good morning! Today's newsletter includes:
- Well, this is strange
- "No evidence"
- More responses to the Gov.'s answer on election fraud
- Good news for a change
- Ainsworth: What to tell your friends about election fraud
Well, this is strange
By Mike Huckabee
Joe Biden was asked how, as President, he would resolve differences with his far-left Vice President Kamala Harris. This is what he replied (and no, I am not making this up):
"When we disagree, so far it's been just like when Barack and I did…And like I told Barack, if I reach something where there's a fundamental disagreement we have based on a moral principle, I'll develop some disease and say I have to resign."
Uh…he does realize, doesn’t he, that in a Biden/Harris Administration, he’s supposed to be the President? She's the one who's supposed to follow his lead. Or did he accidentally blurt out what the Party’s told him is going to happen sometime shortly after Inauguration?
By Mike Huckabee
During the hearings into alleged vote fraud, President Trump’s team keeps presenting sworn affidavits and first-hand witness testimony describing major irregularities, only to be asked repeatedly, “But where is your EVIDENCE?” They must feel like the interviewer in “Spinal Tap” futilely trying to explain to the dense rock star why putting “11” on his amp’s volume knob doesn’t make it louder. (“These go to 11!”)
But Thursday at a hearing in Georgia, Rudy Giuliani showed previously unseen security camera footage of ballot counters in Fulton County, Georgia. It was taken late on Election night, after poll workers were told to leave (we were originally told that it was due to a water main bursting in the room with the ballots, but it turned out to be just a small leak in an adjacent area that didn’t even require a plumber’s visit to fix.) The video shows that during that time, four people stayed behind and continued counting votes with no supervision. The video shows them apparently reaching under tables, pulling out four suitcases full of ballots that were separate from the others, and feeding them through machines that can count up to 3,000 ballots an hour.
The person in charge of Fulton County elections didn’t show up to the hearing to explain what we were seeing. The footage convinced Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to call for a signature audit of the ballots.
There are also reports that the Trump team brought 20 binders full of evidence for a hearing today in Nevada.
As for the “no evidence” mantra, to quote another popular media cliché, “that claim is disputed.” Here’s what columnist and attorney Kurt Schlichter writes about sworn affidavits. They “constitute evidence. Relevant evidence is anything that ‘has any tendency to make a fact more or less probable than it would be without the evidence.’ Federal Rules of Evidence, Rule 401. Now, you may not like the evidence. You may think it is insufficient or unpersuasive or just wrong. So? Evidence is challenged on these grounds in every single trial there is – that’s why you have trials. But it is evidence nonetheless.”
Good news for a change
By Mike Huckabee
How about some good news for a change? On Tuesday, the first Israeli commercial airliner landed in Dubai, after flying 170 passengers over Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the flight’s captain, “This is a historic day. You have brought peace closer. This is unbelievable — the embodiment of peace.” The captain replied, “We are grateful and happy for the privilege and for all the actions that have been taken to advance this peace. We are very moved over this event. We will have 90 flights to Dubai in December. This is a game changer not just vis-à-vis peace and the region — but for Israeli aviation.”
It’s also a tangible result of President Trump’s landmark peace deals in which Arab nations are normalizing relations with Israel. So that’s probably why you haven’t heard about it anywhere else.
More responses to the Gov.'s answer on election fraud
By Mike Huckabee
The sentiments of Patti are shared by me as well. The advertising funds for the Senate seats in Georgia have been estimated at $300 million! Most of [this] comes from foreign and out-of-state sources. Why is this allowed?
I too have turned off MSM sources and avoid network programming because of the nauseating political propaganda. There are a few sources on FOX I follow. Outside of the information you provide, there seems to be no honesty, transparency or truth in news outlets. All of this disinformation is designed to create chaos and confusion, which in turn will lead to people no longer having confidence in our democracy.
The challenges by DJT must be heard. People who have sought to corrupt our voting system should be vigorously prosecuted. We are still trying to hold people accountable for their actions in the 2016 election. No action taken to date. Why? If the bad actors are not found and prosecuted for the apparent fraud in the 2020 election, what will happen? What will people do to right the ship?
From the Gov:
You ask a great question about how hundreds of millions of out-of-state dollars can be allowed in a statewide election. The Ted Cruz v. “Beto” O’Rourke contest in Texas was the most expensive in history, and now this one in Georgia looks to eclipse that. It’s really just not right, as the principle of self-determination is being violated when outsiders come into a state like this. (The line going around is that Georgia hasn’t been invaded on this scale since Gen. Sherman marched to the sea.)
Big-time organizers on the left are leading this trend, as when they tried to make “Beto” a senator. (Note to lefties in Hollywood: looking a little like Bobby Kennedy and being on the cover of VANITY FAIR is not enough in Texas to win you a Senate seat.) It's reassuring to know all those millions didn’t work that time, but big money still has to be raised and spent on the right simply as a defensive move.
It’s gotten so out of hand that one has to wonder what might be done about it. But it would take the greatest constitutional scholars we have to come up with any limitation that wouldn’t violate the First Amendment, if that is even possible. So voters will just have to be like those Texans who were wise to outsiders who tried to come in and buy their vote.
From Woodrow (w/slight editing):
What good is a wake-up call if you've got nowhere to go? I am sorry, sir, but Republicans seem more worried about their party than they are about their country.
It makes absolutely no sense, for example, to have a runoff election using the same machines that just defrauded the American public. It makes no sense to refuse to do a forensic audit when so much doubt has been cast on this election.
We have only one shot at this and Republicans are telling us to do this that and the other for the good of the party...Only thing that any one of us should ever be concerned about is the good of our country. As I said on Parler last night, I had thought I was watching the death of the Democrat Party [but] am beginning to wonder if both parties are not in their death throes.
No way in hell am I going to vote for a Republican who sat on his [bleeping] hands while this fight was going on. Enough ranting on my part. I will end by saying it is my sincere belief the Republican Party cutting its own throat by trying to save itself.
From the Gov:
You had me till the last paragraph, Woodrow. No matter how frustrated you are, it makes no sense to help Democrats accomplish their ultimate power-grab. Talk about “releasing the Kraken”! And anybody living in Georgia and getting ready to vote for Senate in January needs to understand one thing: The damage to America --- the very concept of "America" --- if Democrats have both the House and Senate, especially if Biden and Harris win the White House, is incalculable. You know that. Go ahead and rant, but giving up on the Republican Party and helping Democrats set their own power in concrete is exactly what the party of AOC and Kamala Harris wants you to do.
Ainsworth: What to tell your friends about election fraud
By Laura Ainsworth
Friday afternoon, I saw a good friend of mine and decided to conduct a test. I said to him, "I'm doing a little experiment, so let me ask you a question: You don't follow the news super-closely but you do talk with a lot of people (which he does), so...have you heard ANYTHING about the allegations of voter fraud in the election, especially that video of what looks to be secret late-night ballot counting in Georgia?"
He looked at me as if I had three eyes and said, "No! Nothing at all."
He was interested, though. He couldn't imagine why he hadn't heard anything on the news about something as serious as that. He asked for more information, so I decided to write him the following letter. Then it occurred to me, why not pass the same letter along to all the HUCKABEE readers, as you surely know people who don't read the twice-daily newsletter --- of course, they should --- but would like to know more. Here's a slight variation of the letter so you can send it to all your friends who might not have heard much so far:
Hi, _________. I thought you might want to know about this, so here are some updates on the alleged election fraud that's not getting news coverage, with links interspersed to provide more information if you would like it. The first two links concern media bias as it relates to this (and anything else political, really), to show why it’s not being covered. The third one refers to the big breaking story --- the late-night vote count in Fulton County (greater Atlanta), Georgia, after almost everyone, including poll watchers and media, had been evacuated from the room in State Farm Arena at around 10:30PM on November 3.
The public story that night, from the Fulton County public affairs manager and reported by ABC News, was that the room had been vacated and the ballot counters and poll monitors SENT HOME because a water main had broken, but it turned out the only issue was one leaky toilet, and the video –- which turned up two days ago in response to a subpoena –- shows there was no problem at all with people being in the room and continuing to count! A crew of just four people appeared to be stuffing the machines with ballots brought out in boxes from under a long table that had been placed there in the morning.
Everyone, including the media, thought the count had been halted for the night.
At the time they stopped the count at this facility, Trump was ahead in Georgia, as was true in other states that had a suspiciously similar shut-down in a heavily “blue” county that night. When those counts resumed (officially), Biden surged ahead. I can’t say for sure that this is election fraud, but if it isn’t, it’s doing a very good impression. This has got to be investigated. I wonder if video exists for any of those other "evacuated" counting rooms.
I apologize that the links I’m sending you are all from conservative-leaning news and opinion sites. You're not going to get this information from most news outlets, not even indisputable facts that call the outcome into question. Most media are either deliberately not reporting it at all or saying it is “disputed” or “debunked.” This article should give you an idea as to why.
The allegation of voter fraud is most certainly NOT debunked. You can watch the Georgia hearing in which the "vote-counting" video was presented. Also, poll watchers have signed sworn affidavits saying they followed INSTRUCTIONS they were given to clear the room at 10:30. But social media is trying to stop the communication even of information that’s been sworn to in affidavits. This essay talks about that.
Two people from the Georgia secretary of state’s office have said there’s nothing abnormal to see in this video. I beg to differ! It makes me think of this old comedy bit (A MUST-SEE!).
In the meantime, this is the most recent story I have as of Friday night, which capsulizes the dispute:
There’s much more I could tell you about various allegations from Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan and Arizona --- many more things that smell fishy. (I’ve really only talked about one state!) Here’s a helpful “infogram”:
Here’s something else I just found. Remember that I said this kind of thing can happen because people on the left hate Trump so much that they’ve thrown all the rules out the window? Well, I didn’t write the following commentary, but it’s very much like something I would say. I think it explains very well what Trump supporters think about what is going on:
Here’s another write-up on the secret late-night ballot count. It’s written by Katie Pavlich, who is very dependable.
Seeing this, we as voters have a right to ask questions. The poll watchers were certainly under the impression they were supposed to leave. What EXACTLY was said to them? Why would officials tell a story about a broken water line and the count being discontinued for the night when it was clearly still going on? Which votes –- and how many –- were counted while the process was (illegally) unsupervised? To change the count as they did, the votes would have had to run 98 percent for Biden –- how is that possible?
Here's a story that could impact the Pennsylvania vote and that has stood up to scrutiny so far. This absolutely must be investigated:
There's more: Sworn affidavits from election workers attest under penalty of perjury that they counted stacks of mail-in ballots that were pristine, unfolded (?), and looked like they were made on a copier, even the mark made for Biden. Also, these ballots didn’t have votes in the down-ballot races, only for Biden. Maybe this stuff will be investigated and debunked, but it hasn't been.
There’s also a great deal of statistical evidence, sworn to by experts, that shows near-impossibility of the Biden v. Trump results. I can give you that if you’d like to have it.
Finally, a Trafalgar Group poll shows that over half of all Georgia voters, 53.2 percent, think that the presidential election was compromised enough to affect the outcome. Among Republicans, that number is 74.6 percent. That's WITH mainstream media ignoring the problems and falsely anointing Biden as "the President-elect." We can’t survive with a system that doesn’t merit more trust than this.
I'm sorry the mainstream media aren't reporting this. I'll bet most of the people you know have little or no idea about it, so feel free to pass this along. Hope I've been helpful. You know me --- I'm no crackpot. I'm more like Joe Friday..."Just the facts," and that's what we all deserve.
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