115,000 phantom voters..

Liz Harrington | 115,000 phantom voters discovered in Wisconsin…

Official explanation for why there are 119,283 “active voters” in WI who have been registered for over 100 years “does not hold water” 569,277 voters have 1/1/1918 registration date, amounting to 1 out of every 14 voters in the system 115,252 of them voted in November 2020

Wisconsin Election Commission Voter ID database designed to be impossible to audit If there was a system like Wisconsin’s state voter database in the corporate world, the CEO and the CFO “would go to jail” “Why would we apply a lesser standard to voter integrity?”

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Everyone should watch this.

“Civilization Collapsing in Real Time:” with comments

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I might have caught this.

Haven’t lost my sense of smell though, something still stinks to high heaven.

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6 degrees tonight.

And Bidens Natural Gas prices are the highest I’ve ever seen!

The thermostat is going down.

Baby! It’s cold outside!

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I’d call it corruption, would you?

Congressional Trading in 2021

Our congressional members have been privy to the conversations and negotiations that have formed Biden’s legislative agenda. These have been taking place throughout the year in meetings behind closed doors. All the while, our elected officials have also been actively trading stocks, options and other financial assets.


  • Big legislative events (such as the Infrastructure Bill getting passed by the Senate) were often preceded by politicians trading in the sectors affected. There were tons of unusual trades where politicians made millions of dollars.
  • Notably, Senator Tommy Tuberville bought up to $1.84 million in non-energy mineral stocks. These included copper ($SCCO, $FCX), steel ($X, $CLF), aluminum ($AA) and other infrastructure-related stocks ($EXP, $BHP) before Biden signed his Big Infrastructure Bill. Tuberville later sold up to a third ($660k) of these stocks.

Remember, Donald Trump LOST more than a billion dollars of his fortune while President.

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Lets start the new year off.

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Reynolds’ Laws

Reynolds’ Laws
Reynolds’ First Law
“Subsidizing the markers of status doesn’t produce the character traits that result in that status; it undermines them.”

Reynolds’ Second Law
“The more a government wants to run its citizens’ lives, the worse job it will do at the most basic tasks of government.”

Reynolds’ Third Law
“Whatever politicians’ control, they will use against you to get what they want.”

Reynolds Fourth law
“Longevity of political service does not make a politician more qualified.
It only ensures they are more corrupt.”

Reynolds Fifth Law
“Proposed legislation will fail if there is not enough opportunity for graft or control”

Reynolds observations
“Matriarchies exist primarily in failed or colonized societies, or in those about to fail or be colonized.”

………………….“Under capitalism, rich people become powerful.
But under socialism, powerful people become rich.”……………………….

“Nothing that’s happened with this pandemic has made me want the government to play a bigger role in health care.”

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Heed this warning.

The Japanese are not stupid, or woke.

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Did Gallup End ‘Most Admired’ 74-Year Polling Tradition to Avoid Trump Placing First?

This year, a Google search conspicuously shows no sign that Gallup conducted such a poll for the past year, possibly because they couldn’t stand that thought having to report what likely would have been Trump coming in first again this year — after the January 6 riot.

The poll story has typically just hyped the first place finisher (even if it’s typically less than 20 percent), so Obama and President Joe Biden would likely have split the Democratic vote between them like last year, making it unlikely either would come in first place.

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This year same as the last.

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