January 1, 2021
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Good morning!

Blessings on you and your family, and from all the Huckabee staff!

Today's newsletter includes:

  • UPDATE --- Hearing Monday on obtaining ballot access
  • GA senate subcommittee hears STUNNING ballot testimony
  • Happy New Year

Sincerely,

Mike Huckabee

UPDATE --- Hearing Monday on obtaining ballot access

By Mike Huckabee

Maybe we can finally get some answers, but the “powers that be” sure believe in cutting it close. The petition to have some of the Fulton County ballots examined will be heard by the Superior Court of that county, but the hearing is set for Monday, January 4. Note that this is just a hearing, not a decision on whether or not that will happen.

Note: We’re talking about Monday, January 4.

Georgia’s U.S. Senate run-off elections are on Tuesday, January 5.

The certification of the vote for U.S. President in the federal legislature takes place on Wednesday, January 6.

As reported, Jovan Pulitzer, the inventor of electronic bar code scanner technology, says he needs just two hours with the ballots from different areas to determine what was or was not done to accomplish election fraud. We share his frustration about officials playing “hide-and-seek” with the ballots –- and can’t help wondering why they would do that if they weren’t worried about what might be discovered.

It still seems possible that he could do this prior to the certification on the 6th. I can imagine a scene right out of a movie in which Pulitzer, Jimmy Stewart-style, bursts into the House chamber during the certification vote, sweating and with his tie undone, with carts full of ballots, yelling, “I’ve got it! I’ve got it! I can show you exactly how they did it!”

But if that happened, would the media even cover it?

READ MORE ABOUT THIS STORY BELOW.

GA senate subcommittee hears STUNNING ballot testimony

(This article originally posted to MikeHuckabee.com yesterday.)

By Mike Huckabee

A hearing of the Georgia State Senate Subcommittee on Election Fraud was going on Wednesday --- anybody see the wall-to-wall mainstream media coverage of it?

I know, I know, very funny. But news is slowly emerging about something quite dramatic and fascinating and totally new that happened during this hearing. And we’re not talking about some crazy conspiracy theory about Chinese robot astronauts hacking Dominion voting machines from space.

But there was sworn expert testimony to the effect that they COULD be hacked, not (necessarily) by Chinese robot astronauts from space, but certainly by someone who knew how and wanted to change the vote.

This wasn’t just any expert, either. You know those scanners you see at the grocery store when you check out, at the airport when you print a boarding pass, and just about every other place where you purchase something, show proof of purchase, or have to verify information? This is the man who invented and patented the technology for that. His name is Jovan Hutton Pulitzer.

As reported by Victoria Taft at PJ MEDIA, Pulitzer claimed that to the extent Georgia had election issues, these could be resolved simply by looking at the paper ballots. Then he went further, claiming he could prove the system was susceptible to manipulation via WiFi because his team had already broken in that way and were in the system right then, as he spoke.

A link to Pulitzer’s testimony is included within the story. Pulitzer issued a challenge to the subcommittee: SHOW HIM THE BALLOTS, give him two hours, and he’d be able to tell them if there was election fraud in Fulton County, Georgia.

He said it’s not the code in the machines that is at issue, but the ballots themselves --- something about the ballots that causes them to be read by the machine in a certain way, either as an error or not. In his hour-long presentation, he discussed something he had already found: differences in the type of paper used in two different areas of Fulton County, one heavily Republican, the other heavily Democrat. He could clearly tell the difference.

In addition, there was a bar code on ballots from the Republican area that was not on ballots from the Democrat location, he said. And the alignment cues on the Republican ballots were not correctly aligned, while the Democrat ones were. Those cues are what enable the scanner to read the ballots.

"What I care about is the physical artifact,” he testified, meaning just the ballot. “That physical artifact has material differences from district to district that should not be there. Why are they there?"

He said he and his team can tell immediately if a ballot is real or was made in a copier, whether a person or a machine marked the choices, and whether or not it actually went through the mail. Also, the ballots are numbered, so they can check to see if numbers recurred, to see if a number was run again and again and again as has been claimed in sworn testimony. He can tell where the paper came from, he said, and where the ink came from.

"I’ve spent the last 24 years studying the way paper and machines and internet react. I’ve spent the last six years studying the paper reading details at the nano level. I can tell you what paper came from China. I can tell you if the person who handled it was a smoker. All of it is detectable with the physical ballot.”

Recall the sworn eyewitness testimony of numerous election workers at counting locations who said some of the mail-in ballots were on different paper, looked like copies, hadn't been folded, etc.

And oh-by-the-way, even though Pulitzer said the secret was in the ballots, he also claimed his team had indeed penetrated the voting system with WiFi. He told the subcommittee that when officials assured him the system couldn’t give and receive signals, that was not true. Watch him drop the bomb here.

Pulitzer said, “I’m the guy who told the world that that little bar code can talk to the internet...This is as simple as scanning a loaf of bread at a grocery store. That’s your vote. You’re handing it to the checker or scanning it yourself --- that’s basically the polling machine.”

He continued: “What’s sad about this is we’re not even performing at standards expected at grocery stores...If you complained, [the store] would have to audit and make it right. But we don’t do this in elections? They’re playing hide and seek with the ballots? Why?”

Rudy Giuliani gave some compelling testimony of his own. Here's the video, for when you have time.

After the hearing, the subcommittee did say that they would make “some of” the ballots available for examination. For crying out loud, give the man all the ballots he wants, give his team two hours --- heck, give him three hours --- and let’s see once and for all if anything untoward was done with this vote. Let's put this thing to rest if we can, one way or the other, and if fraud really did change the outcome, we are going to have to look that in the face. There will have to be a legal remedy and we all know what that is. I'm sorry the country has to be put through this, but there is no way around it.

I have to wonder if the lieutenant governor of Georgia, Republican Geoff Duncan, knew anything at all about Pulitzer's testimony when he went on Sandra Smith’s FOX NEWS show Wednesday and said those who question the election results are participating in a “misinformation” campaign.

He accused some Republicans of “trying to figure out ways to flip the election with misinformation” and said that’s “not American.” He's concerned that talking about misinformation was hurting them for their January 5 election –- that it interferes with their “winning attitude.” I’m not quite sure I follow his reasoning. Asking questions and determining the answers to the most important issue before our nation right now is not dealing in “misinformation.” It’s something that has to happen, or upwards of 70 million voters will never trust an election again. Most especially this one in Georgia.

Happy New Year!

By Mike Huckabee

Happy New Year! Yes, 2021 is FINALLY here, and let’s all hope and pray that it’s better than 2020 (although things aren’t looking up so far.) I hope you had a safe and fun New Year’s Eve, in whatever way you were able to celebrate.

2020 was a very difficult year for many of us, made all the worse in some states by politicians who specifically targeted places of worship for shutdowns. This despite the fact that studies showed regular churchgoers were the only group whose mental health improved over the span of the pandemic. It shows once again the importance of spiritual support, community and fellowship in surviving hard times.

Too many political leaders forgot this in 2020, and concentrated on meeting physical needs while isolating people and ignoring their spiritual and emotional needs, even waging war on those who tried to meet them. We weren't allowed to visit sick or elderly family members, and when we lost them, as too many of us did, were barred from holding funeral services to comfort the bereaved.

As we enter a new year with hope that the irrational disregard or even hostility to our spiritual needs will soon be behind us, I’d like to share this excerpt on that subject from my book, “Rare, Medium or Done Well: Make the Most of your Life.” It seems even more timely now than it did when I wrote it. And let's all pray that 2021 will be the start of our "happily ever after..." era.

When I was growing up, my bedtime ritual always included a fairy tale that started with “Once upon a time...” and ended with the comforting words we all remember: “And they lived happily ever after.” As a child of the optimistic 1950s, I dreamed that life might be like that: whatever obstacles, dangers or perils might come my way, in the end, I would live happily ever after.

There were certainly plenty of struggles along the way, but I have to say that things did eventually work out even more happily than I could have imagined, from a career that I love to a wonderful family, including the world’s greatest grandkids. But sadly, for many people, “living happily ever after” does seem like an unobtainable fairy tale. Why is that happy ending seemingly out of reach for so many people?

Of course, there are always factors beyond our control, like health problems and accidents. None of us can ever know if our birthday or Christmas celebration was the last we’ll ever enjoy. We have no way of knowing when it will all end, only that someday, it will (that’s why it’s said that the only certainties in life are death and taxes.)

Well, I can’t help you with your taxes, but I do have a bit of advice that I think will make death less frightening and greatly increase your chances of living “happily ever after.”

For decades, our nation has been focused on personal pleasure. The message drummed into everyone by pop culture is “If it feels good, do it.” It’s fostered a culture of self-centeredness that led to Baby Boomers being nicknamed “The Me Generation.” Today’s young people have been dubbed “iGen” because many are so fixated on self and selfies that even their gadgets’ names all start with “I.” Advertising bombards us with the message that life is all about me and all about now. Such messages of immediate self-gratification may sell products and services, but they cause us to sell our souls if we follow this philosophy to its logical conclusion.

At some point in life, we all experience events that shake up our routine, much like the agitator in a washing machine shakes loose the grime in our clothes. We may not want or enjoy such experiences, but they’re necessary to force us to focus on the frailty of life and the certainty of death. They also force us to begin asking what really matters and why.

If we react to setbacks based solely on what feels good right now, we greatly lower our chances of enjoying a happy future. But if we believe there is even a remote possibility that our actions have lasting implications beyond the immediate, both within and beyond our lifetimes, it should cause us to think differently, live differently, and leave a different kind of legacy.

Without apology, I believe that the spiritual side of our lives really does matter. To believe otherwise is to define humans as little more than animated protoplasm, going through the motions of life for no particular purpose. I prefer to believe there’s more to us than flesh and blood. If we possess a soul capable of living beyond our lifetimes, then the seeds we plant in this life will yield fruit forever. If you believe those things, the ultimate becomes more important than the immediate.

When we decide to live beyond our lifetimes, our responsibilities to the next generation will outweigh our roles in our current jobs. More important than the money we’re paid for our work is what we will become as a result of our work. Our character will become more important than the careers we follow.

For all of us, life began “once upon a time.” Unlike the fairy tales, however, it’s up to us to make the choices that determine whether the last line of our life stories will read, “And they lived happily ever after.”

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  • Kelley Baringer

    01/01/2021 07:35 PM

    Hello,
    Our family really enjoys your articles and TV programs! Thank you!
    I hadn't heard of Jovan Pulitzer until in your article on 31 Dec. Why hasn't he been involved from the beginning, when the frauds of this election first were testified? Where has this guy Been?!!

  • Mary Oscarson

    01/01/2021 06:50 PM

    So very well said again Mike! It's so very sad how so much has now changed,oh but how i love remembering my child hood days,beautiful memories...Thank you,and wishing you,and yours a beautiful,and blessed New Year..Gods many blessings always.

  • Michael

    01/01/2021 05:58 PM

    Governor: I hope you can provide some clarification on the January 6 vote by Congress on the electoral college vote. Is there actually going to be "evidence" presented that the courts and the SCOTUS refused to hear? And why is Mitch Mcconnell objecting and advising fellow Republican Congress members not to vote in favor of President Trump and upset democracy. Has Mitch shown his true colors and does not at all support Trump? I am one of those 74+ million who totally believe that this election was stolen by the Democrats and their evil plotting and scheming. The phony courts including the Supreme Court dismissed almost everything and didn't want any truth. They along with the Democrats, many, many RINO'S, the propaganda armor the evil Democrats and the Enemy of the People- the mainstream media (MSM) are all behind wanting to fundamentally transform America to fit their agenda of Communism for America. The evil Democrats want to "RULE" Americans. What is amazing to me is how many sheeple are just willing to accept this agenda of Communism, Socialism and Marxism for the United States of America. It is so disheartening to see our country about to be utterly destroyed without a fight. Apparently there are way to many people who have lost all sight of what do many freedom and liberty fighting veterans fought against- Communism and the lost of our Constitution, our freedom s and liberties, etc. It appears that we are on the verge of losing all we once valued. What has happened with the stolen election, the evil planning of the Democrats, the MSM and the traitor Republicans is beyond disturbing. In four years what will this country look like? Will we ever again be the United States of America. Everything Democrats and liberals touch they ruin and destroy and short of a miracle they are about to ruin our beloved country and almost no one took seriously the threat of domestic enemies right within our borders-!!!

  • Gayle Rightmyer

    01/01/2021 05:50 PM

    I just want to say happy new year to your staff. And thank you for putting out the newsletter and your weekly tv show on tbn.

  • Mike Foster

    01/01/2021 05:23 PM

    Governor,
    Thank you for being a beacon of truth in these uncertain times. I'm so very, very tired of the lies and misinformation going out almost on a minute by minute basis. And every time it's different from the last time. Makes my brain itch.
    I've been watching your videos on y-tube and even though we've lost just about everything in this unmentionable year, I have hope. As a believer, I look at all this with an attitude somewhat akin to what Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego showed to Nebuchadnezzar:
    "If you throw us into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to save us from the furnace. He will save us from your power, O king. But even if God does not save us, we want you, O king, to know this: We will not serve your gods or worship the gold statue you have set up.”
    I don't know if America has gone too far and we've achieved our own "Babylon captivity", or if God will be lenient and give us another chance, but either way, I'm ready either way.
    And, yes, I intend to go down fighting if necessary.
    God bless you, sir, for all you're doing. Stay strong. We need people like you.
    Thanks
    Mike

  • Stephen Russell

    01/01/2021 04:52 PM

    Virus issues:
    Anger at being "used".
    No science behind lockdowns
    lockdowns for politics
    Tired
    Worn out
    Biden worries or mis worries if in?
    Elites get away with everything
    No help for small business seen

    Apply nationwide & seeds for Civil War 2

  • lee C cady

    01/01/2021 04:07 PM

    did obama or any DEMOCRAT (rat)====ever say PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ??????---or god bless america//????

  • Floyd Unger

    01/01/2021 02:33 PM

    Thank you

  • Vernon Thompson

    01/01/2021 02:32 PM

    APPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AND YOURS !!!!
    Wikileaks just dumped all of their files online. Everything from Hillary Clinton's emails, McCain's being guilty, Vegas shooting done by an FBI sniper, Steve Jobs HIV letter, PedoPodesta, Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, Bilderberg, CIA agents arrested for rape, WHO pandemic. Happy Digging! Here you go, pass it on..... https://file.wikileaks.org/file/...

    These are Clinton’s emails: https://file.wikileaks.org/file/clinton-emails/

    Index file! https://file.wikileaks.org/file/?fbclid=IwAR2U_Evqah_Qy2wxNY12FMqFC5dAFUcZL5Kl4FIfQuMFMp8ssbM46oHXWMI

  • Carl T Smith

    01/01/2021 02:11 PM

    Pulitzer has the Knowledge and the WHY the Sub-committee is hesitant is --HOW DEEP are the Tentacles of the CCP embedded in our Politics? The CCP has had over 30 years of practice. Keep something else in mind. The Cultures of China and Japan and Other Homogeneous nations put FAMILY above all else. The Americans who are of OTHER races with FAmily in the Homeland will sacrifice anything to SAVE their Ancestors/Family from persecution or WORSE. As 6th Generation Ameican, you mess with my FAMILY and your best protection is the LAW better get you first.

  • Brian Hensley

    01/01/2021 01:39 PM

    Love your Tv program

  • Gordon Sprouse

    01/01/2021 01:39 PM

    Happy New Year Gov God Bless

  • Stephen Russell

    01/01/2021 12:30 PM

    Vaccine sabotage:
    Saw on FNC of a NIH worker attempting to sabotage vaccines.
    Yes NIH worker
    & Fauci is NIH.
    & this New Year feels "off" cant relax
    wonder whats Next
    Tired of being on pins & needles to due NO direction from leadership.
    Wonder will we rerun 2020 for next Nov-Jan for 2022?
    Millions of lives lost by lockdown & some by virus.
    Then looney media nut goes off on anti maskers.