I was listening , this morning, to a podcast I was a guest on, from a couple of months ago. Don’t know if you know about Apostasy Now, but as of this morning, MrDragonbeard has posted the podcast. It’s long and I think you can tell because near the end, I seem to start rambling. The podcast is a little over 3 hours long. Ouch. Anyway, listening to what is now history had me thinking about what I believed then, about the election in the US, and what I know now. It also brings to mind the discussion we had about the pandemic and what I’ve come to think since that recording.Continue reading
It’s not unexpected. People are rightfully concerned that the 2020 election was stolen. The issue is that there is no one, the media especially, will do even a modicum of investigation to detrmine iof any of these “conspiracy theories” are correct or not. They ignore it. why? They – all of the mainstream media were behind Hillary Clinton in 2016 and even predicted, right before election night that year, there was only a 1.7% chance that Donald Trump would become president. Were they wrong or what? So immediately the press, began a campaign against any Trump administration. Yes, starting November 9. 2016.Continue reading
So I was speaking with an acquaintance, a former colleague, who it turns out voted for Biden. I don;t know this person very well and just happened to run into him this past weekend. He was, well, gleeful to be rid of Trump. I of course, reminded him that Biden was not confirmed as the winner. there are challenges and court cases to go through before the December 14th conclave of the Electoral College.
I have to stop and do a sort of formal reply to all the liberal/progressive nonsense I’m seeing on Twitter right now. It’s getting ridiculous. The latest? There’s a coup d’tat occurring in the United States. Well, if that’s true then that coup is against Donald Trump since he’s still President of the United States until January 20, 2021.
I’m not particularly upset with the election itself. I mean, we had more people vote in this election than in any other in our history – even if a large number of those votes were by people born over 100 years ago, and many that no longer reside in the states in which they voted. Of course, in some states it was perfectly fine for me to sign your ballot as you, without any signature verification being done. What’a funny is that in a county of 125,000 residents (men, women, children), there were over 200,000 ballots cast. I was abruptly informed that this was the new math, All of these have yet to be adjudicated and no one knows how the court (yes, eventually the Supreme Court) will rule on any of these challenges.Continue reading