Thursday, August 12, 2021

Election 2020: Schumer Tries to Pull a Fast One

But first, I'm starting off with Jan 6 material. A quick review, from Rick Moran at PJ Media, Federal Judge Suggests Prosecutors Being Too Lenient on Capitol Rioters and WHSV3, Man charged in Capitol riot assault can be released on bond. Fresh, from Clarice at Am Think, Latest developments in the prosecution of January 6 defendants and from rom LI, Jan 6 Prosecutors admit to possession of “images of officers hugging or fist-bumping rioters, posing for photos with rioters, and moving bike racks” "Calls into question the trespassing and related non-violent crimes charged against defendants like Cuoy Griffin." As Insty notes 

WORST. INSURRECTION. EVER: Jan 6 Prosecutors admit to possession of “images of officers hugging or fist-bumping rioters, posing for photos with rioters, and moving bike racks.” Calls into question the trespassing and related non-violent crimes charged against defendants like Cuoy Griffin.

Related: Former ‘Anonymous’ Trump Official Says Trump Supporters Are a Bigger Threat Than Al-Qaeda and ISIS.

At the Morning Rant at Ace's the Great Ape says  HEY EVERYBODY, I KNOW WHAT WE CAN DO, LET'S PUT ON A SHOW!"

Seeing videos the Democrats' kangaroo court/investigation of the Jan 6th riots and the Capitol Police officers blubbering and boohooing like teenaged girls about how it was The Very Worst Day Of Their Entire Lives, Serious, Listen To Me Right Now Daddy I'm Talking To You and I had to laugh. I mean, really, is there *anybody* who can't see that this is all just a scripted drama? And we're all supposed to sit there and nod our heads gravely and feel our hearts aching for these poor, poor, pitiful, put-upon officers who had to endure such trauma and abuse. It's enough to make you cry. It sure enough was enough to make *them* cry.

The GOP leadership should've just laughed them out of the building.

But they don't. I'm tired of getting jerked around by these stupid fake victims the left puts up, these crisis actors that nobody pushes back on, nobody, that is, who is in any position to do so. Our side just plays right along.

At JTN,  Trump on who killed Ashli Babbitt: 'We know who he is' "If that happened to the 'other side,' there would be riots all over America," Trump said. At PM, BREAKING: Trump releases statement calling for 'justice' in the case of Ashli Babbitt. Samuel Goldman at Da Week asks, Have the parties switched sides on patriotism? No, but the Democrats can feign patriotism when it's useful.

Say for example, from the Wa Free Bee, Dem Official Says Burning Police Station Was ‘Act of Pure Righteousness’ "Minneapolis party chairman says 'decorum' is 'hallmark of white supremacy'" and Capt. Ed at Hot Hair, Minneapolis Dem chair: Torching the 3rd Precinct "an act of pure righteousness". Meanwhile, Law Officer reports Minneapolis rioter receives 9-year prison sentence. Good. At Am Great Nice Deb reports California Professor Accused of Starting Wildfires Predicted Trump Would ‘Get Violent’ if He Lost 2020 Election. With credentials like that he could Biden EPA administrator.

While court documents allege that Maynard is connected to more than a half-dozen dangerous fires in Northern California, he is currently charged with starting only the Ranch Fire. That blaze broke out on Saturday morning, in a remote area where, according to court records, Maynard had just camped for the night. It’s one of three fires officials allege Maynard set in recent days—all of them very close to the Dixie Fire’s northeastern footprint.

Breitbart,  Exclusive — GOP Stands Up ‘Permanent’ ‘Election Integrity Operations’ Nationwide to ‘Kill’ Democrat Takeover Attempts ‘in Their Infancy’. Atop Da Hill, Schumer sets September voting rights fight after GOP blocks quick debate  Karen Townsend at Hot Hair elaborates on how Ted Cruz blocks Democrats' attempt to shove through voting rights package in the middle of the night. Schumer is a sneaky shit. 

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer tried to pull a fast one in the wee hours of Wednesday morning. While most of us were sleeping last night, Schumer thought it was a good idea to bring up the Senate’s version of the For the People Act, calling for a vote via unanimous consent at 4:00 a.m. It takes only one objection from a senator to stop the vote. Senator Cruz was that vote.

The fact that Schumer tried to do this at 4:00 a.m. after fifteen hours of amendment votes on the $3.5 trillion budget resolution tells the story. He isn’t operating in good faith. The Senate passed the bloated budget resolution and then Schumer tried to pass the voting rights package by unanimous consent. Fortunately, Cruz was awake and paying attention. He objected which foiled Schumer’s effort. Cruz said, “This bill would constitute a federal government takeover of elections. It would constitute a massive power grab by Democrats.”

NYPo reports Arrest warrants issued for dozens of Texas Dems who fled state to halt voting bill and at PM, Arrest warrants signed by Texas House Speaker for 52 absent Democrats. Round 'em up, bring 'em home and chain them to their desks. But WaPoo suggests Texas GOP hits new roadblocks in its pursuit of voting restrictions "In the state Senate, a Democrat planned a filibuster to slow a Republican bill that would limit voter access. In the state House, officials chased absent Democrats — with little apparent success." No workee, no payee. 

Dan Payne at JTN, Audit cites Fulton County elections department for financial errors, missing equipment, while HE reports Anti-Trump Group Donated $85k to Atlanta Election Judges, Auditors Want it Returned. No conflict of interest, though, I'm sure. Which brings us to Day Two, Mike Lindell Cyber Symposium on 2020 Election Fraud – Livestream Links, from sundance at CTH who features Seth Keshel Presents Ten Statistical Anomalies Highlighting 2020 Election Vote Fraud and Manipulation. It's a good talk, I recommend watching it. But statistics aren't going to cut it. Similarly Dave in FL at Ace's predicts a Democrat Disaster In Pennsylvania. Wait until the votes are cast.

You need to find the smoking gun and the bullets. Sadly, from Forbes (cited at Hot Hair), Trump allies Giuliani and Powell lose bid to dismiss Dominion lawsuits. They're sure trying hard to suppress something. WaPoo whines Giuliani told agents it was okay to ‘throw a fake’ during political campaign. A politician tell a lie on the campaign trail? If we arrested them all their wouldn't be any room for crack dealers. 

At WaEx, Census data release starts redistricting scramble that could help GOP win House. I don't even trust the census not to cheat anymore. 

The Casper Star Trib reports Republicans in 2 Wyoming counties vote to stop recognizing Cheney as party member and Mike Miller at Red State calls it Wyoming GOP Begins Throwing Liz Cheney Under the Bus in Classic Trumpian Style. Well, votes have consequences.

And the NYT (cited at Hot Hair) reluctantly admits Watchdog to scrutinize Tucker Carlson's claim that NSA spied on him

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