Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Election 2020: Trump Confirms He Asked for 10 K Nation Guard Troops for Jan. 6

First, from Stacy McCain, Trump Approved 10,000 National Guard for Jan. 6, But Pelosi Rejected Troop

This should be huge news:
President Donald Trump has confirmed reports he requested 10,000 National Guard troops ahead of the January 6th rally in Washington, D.C., only to be rebuffed by authorities.
Speaking [to] Steve Hilton on “The Revolution,” the former president outlined how he knew in advance of the crowd size:
“Everyone said we’ll be at the rally. It was, I think, the largest crowd that I have ever spoken to before. I have spoken to big crowds, hundreds of thousands of people, more than that, but hundreds of thousands of people.”
In response, Trump said he “gave the number” to the Department of Defense, insisting that 10,000 members of the National Guard would be needed.
“They took that number, from what I understand, they gave it to people at the Capitol, that is controlled by Pelosi, and I heard they rejected it because they didn’t think it would look good,” added Trump in the interview after his Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) speech.
Trump’s comments follow reports that Pelosi discouraged the Sergeant at Arms from deploying the force and an implausible timeline whereby Pelosi approved a request for the National Guard before it was even received by former Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving.
The news confirms reporting from Vanity Fair, mostly ignored by the mainstream media . . .
Read the whole thing. Don’t expect to see this on CNN.

or at WaPoo where the story of the day is  As Jan. 6 smoke clears, GOP is blowing its own. Matt Marholis at PJ Media, Trump Said He Requested 10K National Guard Troops at Capitol Prior to Riot But Was 'Rejected', Capt Ed at Hot Air,  Trump: Hey, I Requested 10,000 National Guard Troops For The January 6 Rally — But “Capitol Leaders” Said No,  PM, WATCH: Trump confirms he requested 10,000 National Guard troops ahead of Jan 6, was shot down by Pelosi

J.M Waller at Da Fed, No, Sen. Ron Johnson Didn’t Promote A ‘Conspiracy Theory’ About The Capitol Riot "Sen. Ron Johnson was one of the first senators to suspect the riot had been planned. In a Federalist article, I identified four groups that appeared to have planned for violence in advance." News from behind the barb wire curtain at the occupied Capital, CNS News, Pelosi Offers No Response to GOP Congressmen Urging Her to Remove Barbed Wire Fencing Around Capitol

"Democrats, shrewdly describing election fraud as a “Big Lie,” are emboldened to get their way." Yes, I've noticed the term "Big Lie" being thrown around by WaPoo too. Ace, Flashback: Democrat Operative Whistleblower Admits He's Forged Tens Of Thousands of Fake Ballots\\d Tens of Thousands of Fake Ballots 
"Whoops! This story is from last August. Apologies. Hey everybody make sure you vote. Your vote really "counts." Your Swampy Frenz in the GOP are really determined to make your vote "count."

Also from Ace, They Have Enough Signatures to Force a Recall Election Against Newsom

Well, they have enough signatures, but they're still collecting them.

See, because Newsom will attempt to disqualify many signatures for having an erroneous address or for the signature not matching the voter signature on file.

Weird how now we're checking that again, huh? Seems that even though we still have a pandemic on, we check addresses and signatures when there's a Democrat incumbent.

So while they've got more than the 1.5 million signatures they need for a recall, they have to get extra when the Democrats crank up the signature-verification threshold to 115%. (Up from 0% in the last election.)

Capital Research Center names names, The Groups and Persons Mentioned in Time’s “Shadow Campaign” Article so you know who really determines who runs this country (now).

CRC staff drafted a memo listing the 24 groups and 23 persons mentioned in the article, along with some additional information. The entries are organized by group and then person, roughly in the order of appearance. Each entry includes, if available:
  • A link to the group or person’s InfluenceWatch entry, which usually has additional information,
  • A paraphrase of the Time article’s description of the group or person, and
  • Bullet points that highlight facts of interest about the group or person.

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