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Things are incredibly tense as we approach the January 20th Inauguration. Not only do we have a group that is apparently funded by Soros openly organizing to disrupt the Inauguration, but we have the US Senate ignoring the content of the Wikileaks email dumps and instead, calling for aggression against Russia for those emails.

In a nutshell, Clinton’s illegal server, and John Podesta’s gmail account, as well as the DNC emails, were harvested and reveal tremendous amounts of illegal and frighteningly bizarre correspondence. According to Julian Assange, the emails were given to them by people within the US, and have no link to Russia.

The contents of the email dumps reveal enough bizarre communiques to immediately investigate an apparent international pedophilia ring. Also, Clinton’s emails indicate complicity in illegal arms deals and serious financial improprieties. But the Senate doesn’t want to talk about those things, just about the questionable involvement of Russia in getting these emails.

In hopes of putting the Hawthorne Principal into effect (where talking about some perceived course causes that course to be derailed) I am going to state that it looks like the entrenched power structure of our US Federal Government would rather start a war with Russia than face a thorough and unflinching investigation of the contents of the Wikileaks email dumps. And it also looks like they will not even address blatantly illegal plans to disrupt the Presidential Inauguration.

Folks, we are in very dangerous times here. Please do all you can to be as prepared as you can be for any and everything. And we certainly hope that nothing happens and we have a peaceful transition from the Obama Administration to the Trump Administration.

Please read the Washington Post article with Senators Graham and McCain’s comments below.

Top U.S. intelligence official: Russia meddled in 2016 election through hacking and spreading of propaganda

“To those of you who want to throw rocks, you’re going to get a chance here soon, and if we don’t throw rocks, we’re going to make a huge mistake,” Graham said. “Ladies and gentlemen, it is time now not to throw pebbles, but to throw rocks.”

Clapper also called for a more aggressive counter-propaganda effort. “We could do with having a USIA on steroids,” he said, referring to the U.S. Information Agency.

McCain, who has been critical of the Obama administration’s responses to cyber-provocations by foreign nations such as China and Russia, pressed Clapper on whether the campaign meddling was an attack on the United States and an “act of war.”….(Full Story Here)

Triumph of Trump!

Posted: November 9, 2016 in Elections

A resounding and wonderful victory for old fashioned nationalism versus globalism!

Now, we simply need to make it through Inauguration Day without a major conflagration and then remain vigilant on watching what President Trump is doing. Many people are wondering why he complimented Hillary in his speech, very simply, he is showing that he does have diplomatic skills. According to the latest numbers, about 47% of the country voted for Clinton. To ease some of the divisiveness of (particularly) the past eight years, one must strive for some unity.

Now, here is The Big List of Celebs Who Vowed to Leave if Trump Wins…Buh bye! Don’t let the door hit you on the way out!

Celebs who said they’d leave U.S. if Trump won

Biggest names in entertainment promised to depart America

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/celebs-who-said-theyd-leave-u-s-if-trump-won/#v6ulgkkJZpebZ8CI.99

Donald Trump’s historic win means goodbye to the Obamas and the Clintons, of course, but it also means goodbye to some of America’s top entertainers … if they keep their word.

And if Canada’s immigration website crashing last night, as state after state came in for Trump, is any indication, a goodly number may already be packing their bags.

Here’s a list of those who’ve promised to leave:

“Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston – “Absolutely, I would definitely move. It’s not real to me that that would happen. I hope to God it won’t.”

Actor Samuel Jackson – “If that motherf–—er becomes president, I’m moving my black ass to South Africa.”

“Girls” celebrity Lena Dunham – “I know a lot of people have been threatening to do this, but I really will. I know a lovely place in Vancouver.”

“House of Cards” actress Neve Campbell, already a Canadian citizen, has promised to repatriate herself.

“Orange is the New Black” actress Natasha Lyonne has picked a “mental hospital” for her political exile.

Cher – “I’m moving to Jupiter.”

Miley Cyrus – “I am moving if he is president. I don’t say things I don’t mean!”

Barbara Streisand – “I’m either coming to your country if you’ll let me in, or Canada.”

Singer Ne-Yo, like so many others, plans to bug out to nearby Canada.

Comedian Amy Schumer – “I will need to learn to speak Spanish, because I will move to Spain or somewhere.”

Chelsea Handler – “I did buy a house in another country just in case. So all these people that threaten to leave the country and then don’t — I actually will leave that country.”

Former “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart’s getaway plan is among the more extreme. He’s planning on “going to another planet,” although he did specify a particular planet.

Whoopi Goldberg – “Maybe it’s time for me to move, you know. I can afford to go.”

Keegan-Michael Key’s planned exile to Canada doesn’t sound like too much of a hardship – “It’s like, 10 minutes from Detroit. That’s where I’m from; my mom lives there. It’d make her happy too.”

Comedian George Lopez is the only future emigre who’s vowing to move South. Indeed, he says Hispanics will “all go back.”

Ali Wentworth, wife of ABC newsman George Stephanopoulous, said that “If Trump wins, we’ll start looking at real estate in Sydney, Australia. No crime, no guns.”

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – “Now it’s time for us to move to New Zealand” (she’s already backtracked and apologized).

Al Sharpton has plans for destinations unknown and says he has been “reserving my ticket out of here.”

Of course, threats to leave the country have been heard many times out of Hollywood before past elections, but little ever comes of it. America has been waiting since 2000 for Alec Baldwin to keep his “unequivocal” promise to leave. Even his wife-at-the time, Kim Bassinger, promised to leave with him. Rocker Eddie Vedder, actor Matt Damon and director Robert Altman were supposed to depart on the same boat, but they stayed.

Barbra Streisand holds the record for entertainers-in-exile-who-are-still-here. Her promise to leave dates back to the Clinton-Bush Sr. campaign of 1992. She’s still here.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/celebs-who-said-theyd-leave-u-s-if-trump-won/#v6ulgkkJZpebZ8CI.99

As most of you know, we have tried to get paper ballots into effect here in Missouri. We do have paper trails in most precincts, but not all. And we don’t have good enough election oversight by the general public as a rule.

In this election in particular, there are tremendous amounts of vote irregularities in just early voting. This thread is to document these occurrences and perhaps it may be helpful later on to get real, verifiable and honest elections in the future. Please add links you find in the comment section and I will add them into the main body as time allows. If you could do a short overview of what the link is about, that would be very helpful.

So here is the start of the venture:

Non citizen Voting Encouraged by Some Cities

Dead People Vote in Chicago

Dead People Vote in Philly

Vote Flipping in Maryland

Election Fraud in Florida

Fake Voter Registrations in VA

Vote flipping in Texas

There was a very short youtube video of someone trying to vote for a Republican, but it kept changing to the Democratic candidate. I cannot find that, but it should be included…If anyone can find it, I would appreciate it!

 

One of the reasons that we have, and will continue to support paper ballots is the complete hackability of all electronic voting machines. The article below illustrates how dangerous this situation is for a democratic republic where the will of the people can be easily, and nearly completely thwarted while it remains nearly impossible to prove:

Soros-Connected Company Provides Voting Machines In 16 States

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Smartmatic, a U.K.-based voting technology company with deep ties to George Soros, has control over voting machines in 16 states including battleground zones like Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Other jurisdictions affected are California, District of Columbia, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin.

Its website includes a flow-chart that describes how the company has contributed to elections in the U.S. from 2006-2015 with “57,000 voting and counting machines deployed” and “35 million voters assisted.”

In 2005, Smartmatic bought-out California-based Sequoia Voting Systems and entered the world of U.S. elections.

According to Smarmatic’s website, “In less than one year Smartmatic tripled Sequoia’s market share” and “has offered technology and support services to the Electoral Commissions of 307 counties in 16 States.”

Among the “case studies” that Smartmatic lists on its website as examples of its work are Venezuela, where it has been facilitating elections since 2004 when it “won a bid to provide Venezuela with a reliable voting system.”

Do You Think George Soros Is Trying To Rig The Election?

Yes 99%
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It also lists Cook County, Illinois as another success story, when in “in 2006, Smartmatic signed what at the moment was the largest election automation contract in US history.” Cook County includes Chicago and its suburbs, a geographic zone that has historically and lately been subject to criticism for voter fraud.The chairman of Smartmatic is Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, who sits in the British House of Lords and on the board of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations. He was formerly the vice-chairman of Soros’s Investment Funds and even the deputy secretary-general of the United Nations when he worked as chief of staff to Kofi Annan.

Malloch-Brown’s resume includes stints as vice-president of the UN World Bank and in British Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s cabinet.

In addition to a close relationship with Soros, Malloch-Brown has worked with consulting firms that are well-connected to Bill and Hillary Clinton. He was an international partner with the Sawyer-Miller consulting firm and was a senior adviser to FTI Consulting.

One of Sawyer-Miller’s alumni is Mandy Grunwald, who ran the firm’s communication contract for Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential run. She was also the head of communications for Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2008 presidential bid.

Jackson Dunn, who is a senior managing director with FTI Consulting, spent 15 years in Washington where he worked as an aide to President Bill Clinton and Sen. Hilllary Clinton.

Smartmatic has already encountered controversy in the ongoing presidential contest. It ran the online balloting for the Utah Republican caucus last March, when many critics said it was impossible to secure personal electronic devices that are used to register and vote.

As everyone who has paid any attention to the US Presidential Primary shenanigans will know, the primaries are almost pointless. Amazingly, the Republicans did finally nominate Trump, as he was by far the most popular candidate, but Clinton got the Democratic nomination despite losing heavily in the popular vote, just about everywhere.

Well, the elections aren’t any better. Please check the copy of an email below:

PDF Copy that is actually nicely formatted, unlike the wall of text below 2016-08-07-CENSORED-BY-GMAIL-Missouri-verification-boards-in-each-district-have-not-certified-the-Aug-2-primary-election-Aug-07-2016

August 7, 2016—

The Gmail account that sent this email message on

August 6, 2016 was just “disabled” by Google. Spread

the word. Censorship of opinion emails about

political corruption is un-American and a gross

violation of the First Amendment.

MO verification boards in each district have not certified the Aug. 2,

Hey Missourians, it’s not too late to stop

the fraudulent certification of the August

2016 election yet

2 election

Demand a “do over” with honest brokers because the

election judge certifications are all fraudulent on

electronic voting

August 6, 2016—Here’s proof the August 2 Missouri primary election

was fraudulent from top to bottom.

I just read through the entire Missouri

election statute. I encourage every citizen

to read it. In some places its good, and

others it is not. The spaces in between are

where unscrupulous, silent, globalist

actors have hijacked Missouri elections, in my opinion. They have done

it by rigging our voting machines, rigging our laws, and with “man-in-
the-middle” offshore criminals.

Missouri Revised Statutes, Chapter 115, Election Authorities and

Conduct of Elections

Rigged

Page 1

August 7, 2016—

The Gmail account that sent this email message on

August 6, 2016 was just “disabled” by Google. Spread

the word. Censorship of opinion emails about

political corruption is un-American and a gross

violation of the First Amendment.

First, here is the section on how to file a complaint, which, given

everything else we now know about how this lawyer club uses the law

as their private playground, it is probably pointless to file a complaint,

but probably cannot hurt either. It will give you legal standing for later

action.

The Court of Public Opinion

The best weapon is the Court of Public opinion. It appears to be the only

pressure these people truly fear. They have got all of us thinking we

can’t move without hiring an attorney. Poppycock! We are the Citizens

who gave them their power. If the public gives up and is silent, they

win. Use your CITIZEN’S VOICE. Storm the gates. Offices. Complaints.

Media. Radio. Meetings of every kind. Make noise and do not stop until

it is fixed. This is our American electoral process that has been hijacked!

What can be more important?

Lawyers and lawsuits are not going to fix this mess. Lawyers created it,

or worse, were silent when it was created. The People must assume

control of THEIR ELECTIONS. These scoundrels don’t own our sovereign

rights. They must be deposed from the delegated power we gave them

and that they are now abusing. Among other things, make noise and

complaint to the verification boards set to meet in the next 10 days. Tell

them their certifications will be fraudulent.

Verifications Boards will be meeting soon

Section 115.503.1 Verification board to inspect or cause inspection of

secured electronic voting machines.

Section 115.507.1 Announcement of results by verification board,

contents, when due–abstract of votes to be official returns.

“15.507. 1. Not later than the second Tuesday after the

election, the verification board shall issue a statement

announcing the results of each election held within its

jurisdiction and shall certify the returns to each political

subdivision and special district submitting a candidate or

question at the election.”

Storm the Gates of the Verification Boards

Put the boards and election authorities on notice that you as a citizen

believe their verifications are/will be fraudulent since leap-of-faith

Page 2

August 7, 2016—

The Gmail account that sent this email message on

August 6, 2016 was just “disabled” by Google. Spread

the word. Censorship of opinion emails about

political corruption is un-American and a gross

violation of the First Amendment.

certifications of the outputs of electronic voting machines by election

judges are fraudulent―that there is no logical way to verify and certify

if that printout reflects the true vote.

Show them the statute below which the election judges are fraudulently

certifying without any firsthand knowledge of what they are certifying.

No count can be legitimately certified because of the lack of

transparency of the EPROM software (software and tabulating logic

running on the electronic chips) inside each voting machine.

No election judge knows whether the totals on the printout are the

same as the selections made by the voter. They are certifying Missouri

elections in blind faith and without any knowledge of or ability to verify

the honesty and integrity of the unseen third party vendor

programmers doing the tabulation and reporting in bits and bytes.

Therefore, election judges, at a minimum, are unknowing and unwitting

participants in a massive fraud. Show them the HBO clip from Hacking

Democracy. Full Length | 7-min. Clip.

Further, the Missouri statute instructs the election authority (election

judges):

Section 115.456.1 Responsibilities of election authority–counting

optical scan ballots–counting paper ballots–marks indicating political

party preference, how construed.

Section (2) says: Prior to tabulating ballots, all machines shall be

programmed to reject blank ballots where no votes are

recorded or where an overvote is registered in any race

Election judges must certify the programming!

First, the rules prohibit election judges from tampering with the devices,

therefore, it would be impossible for them to do this programming.

Second, how many election judges are programmers qualified to

program these closed, proprietary, one-of-a-kind machines? At best,

very few, if any.

Therefore, when you confront your verification boards, you can

confidently state your belief that your election was fraudulent because

the election judges in your precinct could not have CERTIFIED that

Section (2) of Section 115.456.1 had been done. Therefore, since the

election judges presumably certified the precinct votes, then they are all

participating in this massive fraud.

Page 3

August 7, 2016—

The Gmail account that sent this email message on

August 6, 2016 was just “disabled” by Google. Spread

the word. Censorship of opinion emails about

political corruption is un-American and a gross

violation of the First Amendment.

This is a clever trick by the voting machine companies and their political

cronies to get the election judges across Missouri to be unwitting

certifiers of their fraud. Think of it, whatever is programmed on those

voting machines EPROMs, no matter how devious, is certified by

election judges in total blind faith in the veracity of the unseen digital

world. How naive are we? Very. The hackers in Silicon Valley are sitting

there laughing their heads off folks.

This dubious section in Missouri election law is a license to steal for

unscrupulous actors and voting machine vendors to steal any and every

election.

In 2009, Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State paid for Facebook to build

her “a template for winning elections.” If you look at the Missouri

Secretary of State’s election results website what do you find on the

election results homepage? Multiple links to Facebook programmed

in. Just a coincidence?

Call to action:

DEMAND that the Verification Board in your district de-certify the Aug.

2, 2016 Missouri election. Demand that the election be done over with

new staffing. Fix the lack of bi-partisan transparency of our electronic

voting machines. Demand that every election authority at every level

that certified or had in the past certified Section 115.456.1 Section (2)

be fired and prosecuted for making fraudulent certifications of the

election results at least without firsthand knowledge of the

programming of the electronic voting machines.

Elections are one of the most sacred and sovereign rights of the

American Republic. Take charge of it before it is too late. A dark night

has appeared on the horizon.

Lunch with the Candidate Event June 4, Country Cottage in Thayer
Those wishing to learn more about the 2016 sheriff’s race in Oregon County are invited to meet with candidate Kevin Jotz at the Country Cottage restaurant in Thayer at noon June 4 in the back meeting room, according to the campaign.
“Several people asked that I be available that day for questions they have about the race and I’m happy to be available,” Jotz said. The meeting will be informal, no speeches, just a chance to visit and answer any questions people might have. The Country Cottage is a great place for lunch, and I’m looking forward to meeting anyone who might come out.”
Jotz is a longtime resident of Oregon County, and a cattle rancher with more than 25 years of experience as a police chief or police officer.  For more information call 417-270-1724.

Political Machines

Posted: March 3, 2016 in Elections

As usual, the machine feeds those who feed the machine. We see this all the time in our own state. Most populist candidates, who espouse the desires of the people over whom they “assume” rule, are subtly, or not so subtly, attacked by the party machine. No funding, running the establishment candidate against the populist, smear campaigns and on and on. We’ve seen it happen continually. The RNC made Reagan take Bush as VP. The electronic voting machines in Texas were flipping votes for Trump to either Rubio or Cruz. No one reported that their vote for Rubio or Cruz was flipped to Trump. The head of the RNC stated that the candidates are basically auditioning for the party, so it matters little what the will of the people may be.

Now the RNC machine is resurrecting the guy who couldn’t beat the guy who couldn’t beat Obama, who himself couldn’t beat Obama, to take out Trump. Theater, anyone?

Here’s an AP article about Romney entering the fray:

Romney calling Trump ‘phony,’ urging Republicans to shun him

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is charging into the increasingly divisive White House race with a verbal lashing of Donald Trump and a plea for fellow Republicans to shun the front-runner for the good of country and party.

Romney is branding the billionaire businessman as “a phony, a fraud” whose “promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University,” according to a speech Romney planned to give at the University of Utah on Thursday morning. The Associated Press obtained excerpts of his remarks in advance.

Trump, in turn, dismissed Romney as “a stiff” who “didn’t know what he was doing” as the party’s candidate in 2012 and blew a chance to beat President Barack Obama. “People are energized by what I’m saying” in the campaign and turning out in remarkable numbers to vote, Trump told NBC’s “Today.”

In ratcheting up the rhetoric, Romney cast his lot with a growing chorus of anxious Republican leaders — people many Trump supporters view as establishment figures — in trying to slow the New York real estate mogul’s momentum.

“Here’s what I know: Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud,” the former Massachusetts governor said, according to the early excerpts.

But it was unclear what impact his words would have with voters deeply frustrated by their party’s leaders. Trump questioned whether the party rank and file would listen to “a failed candidate” for whom “nobody came out to vote.”

Romney has been chipping away at Trump in recent days, but the speech Thursday was certain to be his most forceful statement yet.

Panicked GOP leaders say they still have options for preventing Trump from winning the GOP nomination — just not many good ones.

Romney also said that a Trump nomination at the party’s convention in Cleveland in July would enable Democrat Hillary Clinton to win the presidency. He contended that Trump “has neither the temperament nor the judgment to be president.”

Romney’s involvement comes as party elites pore over complicated delegate math, outlining hazy scenarios for a contested convention and even flirting with the long-shot prospect of a third party option.

Giving Romney the back of his hand, Trump turned his sights on the general election. His campaign reached out to House Speaker Paul Ryan’s office to arrange a conversation between the two men, and urged Republican leaders to view his candidacy as a chance to expand the party.

Trump padded his lead with victories in seven Super Tuesday contests, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz claiming three states and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio picking up his first victory of the 2016 race.

Despite Trump’s strong night, he was not yet on track to claim the nomination before the party’s national gathering in July, according to an Associated Press delegate count. He has won 46 percent of the delegates awarded so far, and he would have to increase that to 51 percent in the remaining primaries.

GOP strategists cast March 15 as the last opportunity to stop Trump through the normal path of winning states and collecting delegates. A win for Rubio in his home state of Florida would raise questions about Trump’s strength, as could a win for Kasich, Ohio’s governor, on his home turf.

The candidates have a high-profile opportunity to make their case to voters in Thursday night’s prime-time debate. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson all but ended his bid Wednesday, saying he would skip the debate and declaring he did “not see a political path forward.”

The GOP mayhem contrasted sharply with a clearer picture on the Democratic side, where Hillary Clinton was drawing broad support from voters and her party’s leaders. Rival Sen. Bernie Sanders vowed to keep up the fight, though his path to the nomination has become exceedingly narrow.

Romney argues that Trump’s “domestic policies would lead to recession. His foreign policies would make America and the world less safe,” Romney says. “And his personal qualities would mean that America would cease to be a shining city on a hill.”

The Associated Press has asked Republican governors and senators if they would support Trump if he becomes the party’s nominee. Of the 59 respondents, slightly fewer than half could not commit to backing him in November.

One long-shot idea rumbling through power corridors in Washington was the prospect of a late third-party candidate to represent more mainstream conservatives. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry has been approached by “a mixture of people” about being part of a third-party bid, according to Jeff Miller, who managed Perry’s failed GOP presidential campaign. But Miller said Perry found the idea “ludicrous.”

A more likely, though still extraordinarily unusual, scenario being discussed is a contested convention.

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Associated Press writers Julie Pace, Kathleen Hennessey, Andrew Taylor, Julie Bykowicz, Stephen Ohlemacher and Donna Cassata contributed to this report.