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Trump Dumps on Georgia County as Ballot Examination is Postponed

The former President wants to know what the Democrats are hiding.

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Donald Trump is still very much of the belief that the 2020 election was stolen from him, and has been since even before the contest itself began.

In the weeks leading up to November 3rd, 2020, then-President Donald Trump continually and consistently suggested that something fishy was afoot.  He believed that Democratic lawmakers the nation over were conspiring to rig the contest in favor of their own candidates, either via the manipulation of electronic voting machines, or through the illegal expansion of ballot access.

His legal team has yet to find a judge willing to examine their evidence, however, and individuals who’ve spoken ill of Dominion Voting Systems have been on the receiving end of defamation lawsuits seeking over $1 billion each in damages.

The only investigation into these purported wrongdoings that exists is an ongoing audit being conducted by a third-party business in Maricopa County, Arizona.  Trump and his supporters would like to see similar probes begin in places like Georgia, but those possibilities have been stifled thus far.

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The Don is not pleased about that.

Former President Donald Trump weighed in on Georgia’s proposed review of absentee ballots, which stalled this week when a judge canceled a meeting to discuss plans of a review in Fulton County.

Roughly one week after Henry County Chief Judge Brian Amero agreed to unseal 147,000 mail ballots from Fulton County following a voter lawsuit, the board of elections and the county court clerk in Fulton County filed motions asking the judge to dismiss the lawsuit.

Amero wrote in the email that he hopes to hold a hearing on the motions June 21 and plans to issue an order next week setting the hearing date.

Trump raged at the dismissal request.

Despite multiple recounts indicating otherwise, Trump characterized Fulton County’s actions as suspicious in a Friday statement:

“Why are the Radical Left Democrats in Georgia fighting so hard that there not be a Forensic Audit of 150,000 absentee ballots in Fulton County? There can be only one reason, and that is because they know the vote was corrupt and the audit will show it. Republicans must fight hard and win!”

Georgia’s electoral votes went to a Democrat in 2020, which is the first time since the mid-90’s that the Peach State turned blue.

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Liberal Elites Doubled Their Wealth as Pandemic Crippled US Economy

The Haves and the Have-Nots are inching very closer to an explosive situation.

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As time marches forward in its unstoppable, steady way, we are becoming more accustomed to the idea that it’s going to be us versus them for some time far into the future.  The Haves and the Have-Nots are indelibly locked in a struggle for the resources of this planet, wealth among them, and those with the most of it are winning the race.

And by a long shot.

Worse still, they seem to have somehow taken advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to further gorge themselves on the global economy…all while Americans from coast to coast are struggling mightily.

The world’s 10 richest men have more than doubled their fortunes to $1.9 trillion, at a rate of $1.6 billion a day, over the past 12 months, proving elites have largely been spared the misery and financial ruin inflicted on so many by endless enforced lockdowns.

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There was an alarming historical context to the numbers as well.

A confederation of charities that focus on alleviating global poverty, Oxfam said members of the globalist financial elites saw their wealth rose more during the pandemic more than it did the previous 14 years, when the world economy was suffering the worst recession since the Wall Street Crash of 1929.

These are some of the main points from Oxfam’s latest report, Inequality Kills, which has been released as global business leaders meet virtually this week for the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.

The news is particularly prescient today, with the omicron variant bringing the national labor force to its knees, and as President Joe Biden is offering no discernible financial support to Americans.

As time marches forward in its unstoppable, steady way, we are becoming more accustomed to the idea that it’s going to be us versus them for some time far into the future.  The Haves and the Have-Nots are indelibly locked in a struggle for the resources of this planet, wealth among them, and those with the most of it are winning the race. And by a long shot. Worse still, they seem to have somehow taken advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to further gorge themselves on the global economy…all while Americans from coast to coast are struggling mightily. The world’s 10 richest men have more than doubled their fortunes to $1.9 trillion, at a rate of $1.6 billion a day, over the past 12 months, proving elites have largely been spared the misery and financial ruin inflicted on so many by endless enforced lockdowns. There was an alarming historical context to the numbers as well. A confederation of charities that focus on alleviating global poverty, Oxfam said members of the globalist financial elites saw their wealth rose more during the pandemic more than it did the previous 14 years, when the world economy was suffering the worst recession since the Wall Street Crash of 1929. These are some of the main points from Oxfam’s latest report, Inequality Kills, which has been released as global business leaders meet virtually this week for the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. The news is particularly prescient today, with the omicron variant bringing the national labor force to its knees, and as President Joe Biden is offering no discernible financial support to Americans.

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Democrats Feign Excitement as J6 Committee Flounders

They’re going to have to work a little harder if they want to keep this thing afloat.

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When it’s all said and done, the story of the select committee investigating the events of January 6th, 2021 will be a strange one, that’s for sure, and one that shapes the public’s perception of their government for decades to come.

For many, the forming of the committee was simply a vindictive action.  It’s some revenge against Donald Trump, who the Democrats steering the committee loathed viciously.  Whether they get to the truth or not is tertiary, as they must first scare undecided voters away from the Republican Party in 2022 and 2024.

The GOP has been exposing this reality for some time, and the committee has certainly taken a massive hit in credibility for it.

Furthermore, there has been great criticism of their attempts to engage in legal entrapment against some of Donald Trump’s former confidantes, with the committee demanding testimony prior to the completion of the adjudication of the issue of executive privilege, and then slapping these cautious witnesses with contempt charges as they await the judicial system’s ruling.

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Yet, despite all of these indicators of the imminent collapse of the public’s trust in the committee, there are still some Democrats out there trying to drum up enthusiasm.

On a Thursday Zoom call with progressive activists, Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., said that the upcoming hearings by the Jan. 6 select committee probing the riot at the U.S. Capitol staged by supporters of former President Donald Trump will “blow the roof off the House.”

“We are going to do everything we can to subpoena all the information we need and to enforce our subpoenas. But even if we don’t get every last person in there, we are going to have hearings that I believe will be compared to the Watergate hearings, because they are going to blow the roof off the House in terms of explaining to America what actually happened in the attack on our democracy,” Raskin, who sits on the select committee, told an audience of approximately 40,000 people who watched his remarks on Facebook.

While former Trump administration figures and supporters have defied subpoenas for information and testimony, Raskin said the committee had spoken with more than 400 witnesses to date who have already laid the groundwork for explosive hearings.

And then, with an added dash of hyperbole:

“I hope everybody will watch and I hope everybody will discuss it and then it will lead to a report that, I hope again, will be a game changer in terms of American history,” Raskin said.

If the committee survives the next several months, it is likely to be disbanded after the 2022 midterms, where it is widely believed that the Republican Party will win the majority of the House and Senate once again.

When it’s all said and done, the story of the select committee investigating the events of January 6th, 2021 will be a strange one, that’s for sure, and one that shapes the public’s perception of their government for decades to come. For many, the forming of the committee was simply a vindictive action.  It’s some revenge against Donald Trump, who the Democrats steering the committee loathed viciously.  Whether they get to the truth or not is tertiary, as they must first scare undecided voters away from the Republican Party in 2022 and 2024. The GOP has been exposing this reality for some time, and the committee has certainly taken a massive hit in credibility for it. Furthermore, there has been great criticism of their attempts to engage in legal entrapment against some of Donald Trump’s former confidantes, with the committee demanding testimony prior to the completion of the adjudication of the issue of executive privilege, and then slapping these cautious witnesses with contempt charges as they await the judicial system’s ruling. Yet, despite all of these indicators of the imminent collapse of the public’s trust in the committee, there are still some Democrats out there trying to drum up enthusiasm. On a Thursday Zoom call with progressive activists, Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., said that the upcoming hearings by the Jan. 6 select committee probing the riot at the U.S. Capitol staged by supporters of former President Donald Trump will “blow the roof off the House.” “We are going to do everything we can to subpoena all the information we need and to enforce our subpoenas. But even if we don’t get every last person in there, we are going to have hearings that I believe will be compared to the Watergate hearings, because they are going to blow the roof…

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