Hiding The Truth

Yesterday The Federalist reported that YouTube will ban all videos dealing with election fraud.

The article notes:

“As we shared previously, we do not allow content that misleads people by alleging that widespread fraud or errors changed the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election,” YouTube’s statement read. “This policy applies to videos uploaded on or after December 9.”

You mean the videos of the vote counters blocking the windows so that the observers couldn’t observe? You mean the videos of the vote counters pulling out suitcases of ballots after sending everyone home? You mean the videos of the vote counters scanning the same ballots multiple times? Those videos?

The article concludes:

“Now that the election results have been certified, and due to the extraordinary events that transpired yesterday, videos uploaded on or after today (January 7) that violate this policy will both be removed and a strike will be applied to the channel,” the statement said. “As strikes can impact a channel’s standing, including the ability to upload … we recommend that you be familiar with the policy when publishing relevant content on YouTube.”

This decision follows several moves by other big tech companies to censor President Donald Trump after a destructive mob breached the Capitol on Wednesday. Facebook and Instagram recently announced they are banning the president from their platforms indefinitely, citing concerns that he is inciting violence.

Twitter also took action against Trump, locking his account on Wednesday for reportedly violating its Civic Integrity policies. Snapchat locked Trump’s account on its platform shortly after rioters began their descent on the Capitol building.

And so it begins. Even before the Democrats take power, they are limiting free speech and the free flow of information. I suspect this is only going to get worse.

Mission Accomplished–Subject Changed

The more I read, the more I am convinced that the storming of the Capitol was a false flag operation. I have read many accounts of people who were there, and a lot of what I am hearing does not add up. One of things that makes me suspicious is that there is very little talk of election fraud right now. That has been swept entirely under the rug. What happened at the Capitol building was horrible and inexcusable, but a fraudulent election is also a matter for concern.

Watch the videos. Does the crowd look like the usual crowd that shows up at Trump rallies? Do the people running through the hallways look like typical Trump supporters? How many rallies has President Trump held? How much violence has occurred at these rallies? What happened on Wednesday does not in any way fit the pattern of Trump events.

Notice that the events of Wednesday are being used as an excuse to remove President Trump from office. Were there calls for Bernie Sanders to step down after his campaign volunteer shot up the softball field where Republicans were playing and a member of Congress was seriously wounded?

Notice that Facebook and other social media outlets have at least temporarily banned President Trump from posting. Why might that be? Could it be that they are afraid that he will post evidence of voter fraud?

Unfortunately this election will stand. Unfortunately that is an invitation to further election fraud. It is a sad day for our country when our representatives do not press forward to learn the truth. I suspect the censorship of the President is only the beginning of the censorship of conservative speech. Most of what I post on Facebook is now fact-checked by people who aren’t really looking at facts. The next four years are going to be difficult for all Americans, but only about half of us understand what is coming.

Unfortunately Honesty Has Become A Partisan Item

An article posted at Sara Carter’s website today reports the following:

In a new poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports, 73% of Republican likely voters support the Senators challenging Joe Biden’s election.

Meanwhile, 75% of Democrat likely voters oppose the effort, according to the poll.

According to Quoteinvestigator.com:

In 1983 U.S Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan was a member of the National Commission on Social Security Reform. He employed the saying within an op-ed piece in the “Washington Post”: 9

There is a center in American politics. It can govern. The commission is just an example of what can be done. First, get your facts straight. Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts. Second, decide to live with the facts. Third, resolve to surmount them. Because, fourth, what is at stake is our capacity to govern.

So what are the facts? Peter Navarro summed them up in a Newsmax article in mid-December:

The six voting irregularities reviewed in the report (“The Immaculate Deception: Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities”) linked up with six battleground states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The findings aim to bolster the contention by President Donald Trump and his legal team that the Nov. 3 election was marred by widespread fraud. Trump has refused to concede the race, even as the Electoral College affirmed a victory by Joe Biden that’s due to be certified by Congress on Jan. 6.

These are the six voting irregularities:

  1. Outright voter fraud.
  2. Ballot mishandling.
  3. Contestable process fouls.
  4. Equal protection clause violations.
  5. Voting machine irregularities.
  6. Significant statistical anomalies.

We are at a crossroads. Do we let cheating stand, knowing that it will only get worse in the future, or do brave men speak out against corruption, regardless of political party? In a way, it is up to the voters–we elected these people. I don’t know if our votes will count in the future, but it they do, we need to unelect anyone who is not willing to speak out against election fraud.

A Fair Proposal

The Epoch Times is reporting today that Senator James Lankford (R-Okla.) has proposed that Congress authorizes an election commission to review the 2020 election process.

The article reports:

The commission would be modeled on what was formed in 1877 to resolve the electoral issues in the election the previous year. Three states—Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina—had reports of voter fraud, leading to a contested election without a clear winner.

The commission back then was comprised of five senators, five House of Representatives members, and five Supreme Court justices. The commission began on Feb. 1, 1877. Eventually, Congress, acting on the decision of the commission, awarded the disputed electoral vote to Republican Rutherford Hayes, handing him the presidency.

The group of 15, who would be given subpoena power, would not decide the election, Lankford said.

The article continues:

The proposal by the Republicans is still within the Electoral College system, Lankford said.

“We’re demanding that we have a good, hard, serious, professional look at this, then the states in our system of government, according the Constitution, actually pick the president through the Electoral College. So we’re not trying to take that over,” he said.

“We’re doing our constitutional duty, and laying this out, giving it back to the states and say, ‘States, if you want to reevaluate where you’re sending, and who you’re sending, then you can choose to do that.’ But the states have to be able to make that decision.”

Lankford and the other senators want a 10-day emergency vote audit completed by a commission, paired with a delay of the joint vote counting session.

“Once completed, individual states would evaluate the Commission’s findings and could convene a special legislative session to certify a change in their vote, if needed,” they said in a joint statement.

If the joint session takes place without the audit being completed, the senators plan on objecting to electors from disputed states.

This is an interesting proposal. For one thing, it provides cover for Congressmen who feel that there was fraud in the 2020 election, but don’t want to take a stand as an individual. Unfortunately everyone we elect and send to Washington is not a model of courage. Despite the major media’s cover-up of testimonies and videos of election fraud in the 2020 presidential election, most Americans feel that there was fraud. Allowing a fraudulent election to stand would do serious damage to our republic.