Our republic stands on knife edge. As Gandalf said, "So it begins, the great battle of our time." Pray God it stays cool. A great battle fought genteelly and calmly in the courts and legislative halls, by lawyers and computer geeks, auditors and congressmen, whistleblowers and prayer warriors.
Tonight I'm worried about something else. Not about whether or not Trump will be Triumphant because we all know he will be. Heck! Even Kamala knows! If she believed thought otherwise, she would've resigned her Senate seat already!
No, what's got me worried is the fact that there are thousands and thousands of election judges (poll workers) who knowingly and willingly committed fraud running thither and yon in our midst, with the knowledge and willingness to do it all over again.
That's what scares me. The Fifth Columnists.
UPDATE: This is confirmed!!! Go to this link and watch the video of Charlie Ward. https://twitter.com/tom2badcat/status/1325125515313770499
This week has been a wild emotional ride. Patriots were on a MAGA high on Monday, confident on Tuesday and incredulous on Wednesday. On Thursday, they clawed their way out of the abyss, and with rampant voter fraud reports flooding Twitter, by Friday the patriots were doing The King and I thing: whistling to keep up their courage and rightly so!
It was late Wednesday / early Thursday when whispers of a secret Sting Operation on the election fraud surfaced. By sheer dumb luck, I was one of the first to break the story...and I barely even mentioned it!
That's when the mood shifted to incredulity-meets-hope-meets-I-don't-want-my-hopes-to-be-dashed-again.
For some of you, the whole blockchain watermark thing supposedly present in official paper ballots falls under the heading of woo-woo Conspiracy Theory. TruthorFiction has flippantly declared it malarkey and even the man who first floated it publicly on Twitter as a "consider this" scenario is backpedaling so fast, he bumped into himself coming out of Starbucks last week.
But he doesn't actually deny it. When I DMed with him today, I got the feeling that he's a naughty boy who spilled the beans too early...but that doesn't make those beans any less true. Washington insider Dr. Steve Pieczenik calmly explained the QFS Blockchain Encryption Code to Owen Shroyer on Thursday night and I tend to believe it because it's actually nothing new. It was invented in 2008 and has been used with bitcoin, health records, etc. for a long time.
Most of the disbelief is based on simple practicality. If each state prints their own official ballots, how would they get the watermarked paper?
Hint: Not from XpedX. The watermarked paper was provided by the Department for Homeland Security and already contained the almost invisible QFS Blockchain Encryption Code.
The plan was as brilliant as it was simple. When the counting stopped on Tuesday night we assumed it was because President Trump was ahead in the count and the Left just couldn't tolerate that!
What if, "consider this," it may've been for another reason.
What if President Trump casually let it slip, "Oh, by the way boys, go right ahead and count all those extra Biden ballots but, hmmm, are they watermarked?".
The fraudsters were damned if they did and damned if they didn't...so they did anyways.
"This is a major fraud on this nation...So we'll be going to the U.S. Supreme Court."
Feel that, America?
When the counting stopped, you were slapped across the face...and Trump stepped in. He took the blow. Just as always, he's fighting for us. Not to win by any means fair or foul, but to win fair and square...because he has.
He's a fighter for Truth, Justice and the American Way. And that means honoring the pre-audit, the pre-exit polls aka MAGA rallies.
Biden has no idea what will hit him. Vince McMahon had a taste of it when Trump flattened him at WrestleMania. And that weren't nuthin' to what we're going to see.
But frankly, we all know the truth.
Trump has won. We have won! AMERICA HAS WON! She always does.
As my husband and I watched the National Day of Prayer and Repentance, the moment came where Franklin Graham asked the congregation on the National Mall to pray. After a hushed moment, the sound of 50,000 voices raised in prayer swelled in a great din of supplication. Glancing over at Michael, I noticed that he was covered with goosebumps...and he doesn't goosebump easily.
As tears flowed down my cheeks, I had goosebumps on my goosebumps.
Thank God for a nation that prays in the name of Jesus, Amen.
This would be a great time in the world
for some man to come along that knew something.
Now that's funny, I don't care who ya are. Republican, Democrat, Independent...Americans just want someone in the White House who knows something. In the days leading up to Election Day, let's not forget to laugh together. It's the shortest distance between people and Heaven knows this nation needs to come together again.
Will Rogers knew that. Born in 1879 in Cherokee Nation, Wikipedia describes Rogers as an "American stage and film actor, vaudeville performer, cowboy, humorist, newspaper columnist, and social commentator." Not bad for a High School drop-out.
His genius was making us laugh at ourselves about topics we Americans took much too seriously in the 1930s and still do today. Topics like politics and government. Rogers' quips are as accurate today as they were back then, proving that nothing much ever changes.
Remember, write to your Congressman.
Even if he can’t read, write to him.
Will didn't try to be funny, per se. He just observed America and then reflected ourselves back at us. As he liked to say, "All I know is just what I read in the papers."
For you young whippersnappers, that's several large sheets of printed paper, folded together, that crackles authoritatively when you shake it over your morning coffee. Try that with a Kindle!
Why don’t they pass a Constitutional Amendment
prohibiting anybody from learning anything?
If it works as good as Prohibition did,
in five years we will have the smartest people on earth.
Or just teach Common Core via Zoom. That'll make kids thirst for knowledge...if they aren't arrested for trying to learn like Maverick Stow.
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