Monthly Archives: October 2016

vote fraud notes

I actually started writing a semi-coherent post on the Clinton scandal. Due to technical difficulties, that post has been delayed. Until that is resolved, I hope you will enjoy half a dozen stories of vote fraud. Advertisements

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Celebrate the grand re-opening of the Clinton investigation with 100 leaks!

Someone’s team has picked out the hundred leaks that they believe will MOST damage Clinton. To quote the press linked below:

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How can you tell the Clinton at a militia meeting? She’s the one who sells the uranium to the Russians

As the old joke goes: Q: “How can you tell the Federal agent at a militia meeting?” A: “He’s the one who brings the dynamite.” That joke needs some updating. Q2: How can you tell the lawyer at a Bundy … Continue reading

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hundreds of pipeline protesters get arrested, but journos get threatened with 45 years of jail for filming

The Morton County Sheriff’s Department posted the following update to their Facebook page claiming that the 127 arrests from the weekend brought the total since August 10th to 269. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-24/125-arrested-dakota-pipeline-protests-grow-hostile-media-drones-shot-down-police Documentary filmmaker Deia Schlosberg was only doing her job when … Continue reading

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Frank Wagner’s comments regarding white genocide

This is presented in a spirit of criticism. I don’t agree with most of the things that Frank Wagner claims, but I would need considerable time if I were to try to sift out the facts from the value judgments.

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