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May 6, 2022


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Today's newsletter includes:

  • "Disinformation"? Hillary is a superspreader
  • MAILBAG --- All is lost without honest elections
  • And much more.


Mike Huckabee


A good man out of the good treasure of his heart brings forth good; and an evil man out of the evil [a]treasure of his heart brings forth evil. For out of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaks.

Luke 6:45

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2. "Disinformation"? Hillary is a superspreader

All right, let's talk "disinformation" with Alejandro Mayorkas.

Come to think of it, after Sen. Rand Paul skinned, gutted and fileted Mayorkas on the subject this week during a hearing before the Senate Homeland Security Committee –- a brilliant, total take-down –- he probably doesn’t want to.

But we’re going to talk about it whether Mayorkas, head of the Department of Homeland Security, wants to or not, and we’d like to submit a prime example. This is Exhibit A, a piece of actual disinformation that Mayorkas’ unconstitutional new “Disinformation Governance Board,” which we prefer to call the DHS Ministry Of Truth, would never bother to correct. In fact, they’d probably insist it WAS correct, even though it’s fake through and through. I refer to the preposterous lie that Donald Trump was in cahoots with Vladimir Putin to get himself elected President.

As special counsel John Durham continues looking into the origins of the Russia Hoax during the 2016 presidential campaign, one experienced onlooker, retired Assistant Director for Intelligence for the FBI Kevin Brock, says he’s convinced that Hillary’s campaign used “contrived disinformation” in 2016 to try to mislead Americans into thinking then-candidate Donald Trump was a Russian asset. Of course, this strategy continued after he was elected President. Some Kool-Aid drinkers STILL believe it. And Hillary herself is currently accusing the “deplorables” of spreading disinformation when SHE is the walking, talking superspreader event of all time.

If only a simple face mask could stop this infection.

Brock appeared Wednesday on the Just the News program “Just the News, Not Noise” to say that this was more than political dirty tricks. “Political dirty tricks usually have some basis in truth,” he said. “But they just made stuff up.” He’s impressed with the way Durham’s court filings have exposed this in the case being made against Perkins Coie attorney Michael Sussmann, who is charged with lying to the FBI about “not” bringing them the Alfa Bank story on behalf of any client. In Brock’s opinion, the American people were deceived and defrauded.

Department of Homeland Security Mayorkas might want to listen to Brock if he wants to know how “disinformation” SHOULD be uncovered and dealt with in a free society. “This [the court case] is the way disinformation is really exposed, not by some contrived government agency, but by evidence presented in court that gets to the truth of what really happened,” Brock said. “What Durham is methodically doing is laying out a case that the Hillary Clinton campaign, the Democrat Party, used contrived information in a conspiracy, in a conspiratorial way, to deceive the American voter ahead of the election.”

This conspiracy is what Durham in his motions has been calling the “joint venture.” It involved pushing the narrative to the FBI, the CIA, the State Department and, of course, the news media, who were only too happy to oblige. The same media that made up reasons for rejecting and even censoring the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story in 2020 went crazy with the Trump-Russia story in 2016, even with no verification of its claims, and with some reporters seeing through least one of those claims as “bull----.”

“This is much more than an attorney for the Clinton campaign lying to the FBI,” Brock said. “He is using this charge to expose a larger story, a larger narrative.”

So, in 2016, we had the deliberate spread of disinformation by the Democrats to sway an election. And in 2020, we had the deliberate censorship of REAL information (from Hunter’s laptop), again by the Democrats, to sway an election. Does anyone think the new head of the DHS Ministry Of Truth, the supercalifragilisticexpial-atrocious Nina Jankowicz, would have done anything to stop either of these activities? More likely, this partisan zealot would be assisting the Democrats in every way possible. And I would contend that's why she's in that job. That IS the job.

Brock nails one obvious problem with this board (besides the blatant unconstitutionality) when he says, “I think that disinformation is in the eye of the beholder. I think most people suspect that all of this disinformation will be information promulgated by one political party rather than the other. And so the danger of a governance board like this is that it will be beholden to the party that’s in power in government at that time to silence or mute opposition viewpoints.” No kidding.

Finally, speaking of disinformation, I’ll leave you with this story about the left’s concerted attack on Elon Musk using...(say it with me) disinformation. And who’s behind it? Look at the names of the organizations involved here, and it’s easy to trace this back to George Soros and President Obama, among others. Get a load of this toxic treatise directed to Twitter’s advertisers. Do you think the DHS Ministry Of Truth would ever correct this? We don’t, either.

3. MAILBAG --- All is lost without honest elections

From Guy, on Substack:

Thanks for your review of arguments against the possible Roe decision and the many other issues that we face prior to the November election. One item was however left out of the discussion which I believe is the most important of all.

We have already had a major election stolen (pardon me, but the sum of irregularities never adequately addressed in 2020 make this irrefutable), and now this issue has all but been eliminated from the rhetoric. Many folks are implying there will be a Republican "landslide" and rightly warn against complacency among voters, but unless the focus is on an honest election, including tactics, funding, voter ID, absentee balloting, ballot harvesting, poll watching, vote counting, etc., we have no reason to expect a different outcome than in 2020.

The liberal/Democratic machine (I was raised in Chicago) has had decades to perfect their "craft" and I have heard of little done legally to counter their efforts. If our only hope is that "overwhelming conservative Republican voter turnout" will save the day, I think we are misjudging the extent of corruption that has infiltrated the political process.


Thanks, Guy. You’re right that if any one consideration is the most important of all, it would have to be honest elections, because without them, we don’t have a republic any longer. (We’d say free speech is up there, too, and it’s also under a coordinated assault.) But have you been reading the newsletter very long? We’ve focused on this intently ever since the night of the 2020 election, when election counts were halted and Republican poll watchers were prevented from observing.

Just a few days ago, in fact, we took aim at Marc Elias for what he has done –- and is still doing –- to destroy honest, transparent elections in this country. We’ve warned that the Democrats will create some new crisis to make sure mail-in ballots are again in wide use, with minimal signature matching and ID requirements. We’ve kept up with investigations into voter fraud in states such as Wisconsin (ballot harvesting in nursing homes) and Arizona. We’ve promoted the new documentary film 2,000 MULES, which details the strategy for stuffing dropboxes in Maricopa County. We’ve looked at Mark Zuckerberg and the hundreds of thousands of dollars he gave to the Center for Tech and Civic Life to pay for unsupervised dropboxes in specified locations. We’ve looked at how social media censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story functioned as de facto election interference. We’ve called repeatedly on Republicans to get involved as election workers and poll watchers as never before. There’s no way we’ll let this subject drop.

The mainstream media certainly are, as you say, trying to eliminate this issue from the rhetoric. (As of this week, it’s going to be “all abortion rights, all the time,” for as long as they think that will help them.) But we’ve been relentless in keeping the dangers at the forefront, both for the midterms and for 2024. That’s why we’re featuring your letter, Guy –- to remind readers once again.

To those Democrats who have cheated and will try again: Win by cheating once, shame on you. Win by cheating twice, shame on us, for failing to stop it.

4. Women not men

Funny how it’s taken the possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned to make liberals suddenly care about “women’s rights” again and remember that it’s women who get pregnant, not men.

5. May Day in Cuba

Sunday was May Day, which is celebrated in communist regimes as “International Workers Day,” when the government celebrates the workers it oppresses. That irony is hardly lost on the unfortunate citizens of Cuba, who were forced to “celebrate” their oppressors this past weekend. But despite the risk of speaking out, dissidents are getting bolder, and the “celebration” was dotted with signs and T-shirts bearing the acronym “DPEPDPE.”

I can’t tell you what that stands for here, because the language and message are rather profane. Click this link for a translation and explanation, but I warn you, the language is not for young eyes or ears. But I’m sure you’ll agree with the message.

6. Comedian Dave Chappelle attacked on stage

This week, comedian Dave Chappelle was performing at the Hollywood Bowl when a man came out of the audience and attempted to tackle him (no, it wasn’t Will Smith.)

Chappelle had recently beefed up his security because of threats from the woke mob over jokes he told about the trans community. It’s not clear what set off this attack or who the man was, but security quickly dragged him away. It was reported that at least 10 people pummeled him before security could get him away and turn him over to police.

I was afraid that this is what would come of the threats against comedians. Now, comedy clubs will have to increase security, but I hope it doesn’t intimidate comics into keeping silent about ridiculous things that it’s their job to point out. As for those who are thinking of launching copycat attacks, while I would never condone violence as a solution, I will just point out once again that this jerk was punched by at least 10 people before he was safely taken into custody by police to face charges. I think comedy fans may have had about enough of this.

7. The “Trump of South America”

Here's another reason why Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is called the “Trump of South America”: he’s a master Twitter troll. When actor/green activist Leonardo DeCaprio tweeted from his 315-foot superyacht to Brazilian youth to get them to register to vote for his climate change agenda, Bolsonaro cheerfully responded, and it’s hilarious.

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