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how pennsylvania was stolen

friday, december 18th, 2020

Laws and rules are sort of everything, in a civilized society. We accept the results of a contest of any kind, only because we believe rules were followed. Our guy lost, but we have confidence that it was a fair fight. Once that confidence is gone, once we begin to believe that the game is rigged and that we have been cheated, all bets are off.

This is true in sports. It is true in marriage, business and daily life. It is even more true in the realm of politics and governance. Or, it used to be.

Our republic was founded on the bedrock of constitutional principles. We have accepted the results of elections and agreed to the peaceful transfer of power for over two hundred years, because we believed those principles were being followed and that the will of people was determining the outcome.

We are dangerously close to the point where that is no longer true, as of Monday 12.14.2020, when the EC certified the corrupt and fraudulent results, in all 50 states, even though a few recounts are still going on.

Four years ago, a group of powerful Democrat politicians and powerbrokers in concert with senior intelligence and law enforcement officials foisted upon the American people the deliberate lie that the current President of the United States was a Russian agent. In concert with most of the legacy media in this country, they then pursued that absurd allegation for years. In the process they broke countless laws and demonstrated their absolute contempt for the American people and the rule of law.

No one has ever been prosecuted for those crimes. No one has ever gone to jail. We don't have a "Justice System", anymore. We have a badly-broken "Legal System".

Months ago, the discovery of crackhead, stripper-baby-daddy Hunter Biden’s laptop, revealed the almost unbelievable breadth of Hunter’s depravity and corruption. A worldwide criminal enterprise in which Hunter and other family members capitalized on Joe Biden’s positions in Washington, D.C. was exposed. More importantly very serious questions were raised about the extent to which Joe Biden himself was already compromised by the Chinese and might have, in fact, been doing their bidding for years.

In lockstep, the legacy media and the Democratic political establishment closed ranks, declared the issues raised unworthy of pursuit and branded anyone who discussed the matter a lunatic and a conspiracy theorist.

Joe Biden ran a political campaign for President, which consisted largely of him hiding in his basement and avoiding the press. When he did venture out the slavish legacy media asked him tough questions like what kind of milkshake he had ordered at a burger stand. Despite the kid gloves approach, Joe’s terrifying mental decline was still on full display. All indications were that we were about to put a man who did not necessarily remember where he was at all times in the Oval Office.

The matter was declared off-limits. There was no concern in the corrupt media, fake news or the general public. If you pretended otherwise, if you suggested there might be something worth exploring here, you were labeled a raving lunatic.

These are only a few examples of events and actions that have eroded the trust of a great many Americans in our laws and our institutions. Tens of millions of Americans have reached the point where they believe virtually nothing they are told by the “establishment” and expect as a matter of course that they will be lied to and their concerns ignored.

The response to the massive issues surrounding the recent election have only added to that perception. Every day we hear of huge issues that call into question our ability to have any confidence in the results of the contest. Every day we hear the legacy corrupt media, Democrat politicians and not just a few Republicans tell us there is nothing to see or to investigate.

Over the last several days, there have been published a series of databases and spreadsheets showing that is not true. They cannot say who won the election. They can say there are a great many questions to answer before anyone does know.

Attached is a 217 page database (26k_POBOXVOTERS_reduced) showing 26,000 Pennsylvania voters who registered to vote using a Post Office Box as their address. You can’t register to vote in Pennsylvania without providing a physical address. A P.O. Box is not acceptable.

And, yet, here they are – 26,000 individuals registered in violation of the law. The rampant abuse inherent in sending ballots out to addresses that correspond to no physical location is obvious. That’s why it’s not allowed.

How this is possible remains unclear. The intent behind this abuse of the law is just as murky. Along with all the other issues raised to date this one surely needs put to bed before anyone seriously thinks about selecting electors based on the voting numbers we are being fed.

Strangely, though, virtually no one seems interested in resolving any of this. In Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania state legislature, which has ultimate authority over elections has shut down its legislative session. It will not meet again until after the first of year, by which time presumably electors will have been chosen and it will be all over but the shouting.

For the average American, rules are part of everything. For the people who believe they rule, apparently they are nothing.

© 12/15/2020 by JS.

A Day In The Life.

Up at 8a on Friday, it was only 33° outside – had a couple smokes in the garage while the coffee brewed, did my DR (Type 1 Diabetic Routine - Blood Sugar Level Test and Sliding-Scale Insulin Shot), applied the CBD Hemp Ointment to my neck, lower back, hip and shoulder, had simple toast for breakfast, and checked the weather and news.

I injured my hip and lower back, slipping on the indoor steps, took a Valium and laid down on the couch, to allay the pain. I wanted to go to Sherry's brother, Tim's, birthday lunch, just to drop-off a present, but Sherry kindly stopped by and took it for me, since the lunch was at nearby Red Robin. I slept for 4+ hours, and felt much better when I woke around 6p. I finished-up charging the 3 electric shades in my office-sunroom, did my DR, made dinner and watch some TV. By 10p, I'd had enough and quit for the day.

Up at 8a on Saturday, I did the usual DR-coffee-breakfast routines, but since my lower back, hip and leg were hurting, I took a half-Valium (5mg), laid down on the couch, and fell back asleep. After lunch, I had some condo chores to,l since my cleaning ladies haven't been here for two weeks, and won't be in for another two weeks, so I did the easy stuff, so as not to aggravate my back problems. I had dinner around 6p, did my nightly DR and took the evening regimen of pills, and unplugged for the night.

The final F-1 Grand Prix Rave from Abu Dhabi was on at 8a, so I got up at 7 to get things done, so I could watch. I checked the news and weather, and saw that 12-18", and as much as 30" of snow and ice, were forecast for us eastcoasters, on Wednesday-Thursday. Our first major Winter Nor'Easter storm, plus bitter temps. I have a 10a Dr's (PCP Primary Care Provider) app't on Tuesday. I'll just have to "play-it-by-ear".

It's all over, but the shouting. This stuff is being drawn out way too long. The "Fat Lady" has sung. We can’t win on fraud charges if no court will hear the evidence.

I finished putting away from front porch and rear patio lawn furniture and weathered Teak small tables, due to the coming snow, since it's too cold to smoke outside; I have a chair and an oscillating heater in the garage that I'll use until Spring and warm weather returns. The ***Winter Weather Advisory*** for Monday's initial snow, before the big one Wed-Thu, was posted everywhere. I watched some episodes of the "American Pickers" Marathon, until 10p, and called it a day.

The pounding rain and sleet woke me at 7a on Monday, but at least it wasn't snow. Yet. I did the usual routines, had coffee and breakfast, checked the news and weather, and saw the snow beginning. This was already posted on AccuWeather.com's site:

★★★ York Winter Storm Warning ★★★
Start: 10:00 AM EST, Wednesday, December 16
End: 7:00 AM EST, Thursday, December 17
* WHAT...Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 9 to 12 inches to the west of the Interstate 99 corridor, and 12 to 18 inches across the remainder of South-central Pennsylvania.
* WHERE...Portions of central Pennsylvania.
* WHEN...For the Winter Weather Advisory, until 4 PM EST this afternoon. For the Winter Storm Watch, from Wednesday morning through Thursday morning.
* IMPACTS...Light additional snow accumulations, mainly on grassy areas this afternoon. Slippery conditions are on untreated roads that run along the north slopes of the ridges. Heavy snow on Wednesday may make travel difficult to impossible, particularly for the Wednesday evening commute and Wednesday night.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Bands of heavy snow creating snowfall rates in excess of 2 inches per hour are likely Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night.
* The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission remind motorists to adjust speeds based on driving conditions as winter weather impacts will include snow covered roads and limited visibility.
* Call 5 1 1 or visit www.511pa.com for the latest travel, roadway and traffic conditions.
* To find the latest forecast information or to make a snow report, please visit the NWS State College Facebook page, Twitter @NWSStateCollege, or visit weather.gov/ctp.
* Review winter weather safety and preparedness information at weather.gov/winter.

It was snowing, and dropped about 2" on us Monday, but virtually nothing stuck, at 32°-33°, yet Wednesday and Thursday would be a very different story, with this massive Nor'Easter bearing down upon us. This might get real ugly.

I posted the weekly "Chris Plante Show" thread to FR, drove to downtown York's Judicial Center (county & federal courthouses, sheriff's offices etc) in a snowstorm, went in and got my renewed CCW Permit picked-up, and left as the snowstorm passed thru. My PCP Dr's office called to change the Tuesday office visit to a phone call, due to their overload of patients, shortage of Drs and Human Red Chinese CCP Virus overload. No problem. I have all my paperwork in order and ready-to-go.

After watching a few more hours of "American Pickers", I called it a night at 10p.

Tuesday was a partly sunny/cloudy day, and I was up at 8a. After the morning DR, coffee, breakfast, I checked the news and weather, and saw the snowstorm coming tomorrow and Thursday. We'd be getting hammered. Since it was an "NBC Day (Nothing But Crap), I spent the day finishing-up a pile of paperwork. filing documents and paying utility bills online. After dinner, I finally finished-up the last of the paperwork, and crashed around 9p.

Up at 8a on Wednesday, the snow from "Snowstorm Gail" hadn't started yet, so I went thru my DR, coffee and breakfast, posting the "CP Show' daily graphics, and I soon saw the first flakes around 9:30a. By noon, we had 4-5", and by 5p, we'd gotten 8"+. By 8p, I measured 10" on the front walk; 15" on the back patio, and it was still coming down. By 9, we had a full-blown blizzard, with 19ft visibility, horizontal wind and snow, and two short power outages. I can't wait to see what it all looks like in the morning.

I was up at 8a on Thursday, and the storm was over and the sun was shining meekly in the east. It was only 19°, so I fired-up the furnace, did the morning DR, had a smoke while the coffee brewed and Soft-Boiled Eggs w/ Toast In a Bowl. I turned on both the 82" Samsung TV to The Weather Channel, and the über-powerful desktop HP Win-7 Pro x64 computer, to check-in on weather maps, to see if it was all over. The computer had no sound, so I guessed one of the sudden power outages burned-out the $1,000 sound system, but after poking around I found a breaker-rocker switch on the back of the massive subwoofer, flicked it, and all returned to normal. That saved me a pile of money and a load of work replacing the sound system.

After lunch, I slept on the LR couch for 3+ hrs, called Sherry to chat, and watched the snow melt from my driveway and sidewalk. By 6p, I'd done the evening DR, had Mexican Tamales & Refried beans, and watched "American Pickers" until 9:30p. Lights out.

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