Archive for December 1, 2021

The Unreported Truth 

Posted in uncategorized with tags , on December 1, 2021 by andelino

The Arizona State Senate finally released the results of its Maricopa County forensic election audit on September 24, and it exposed tens of thousands of fraudulent ballots.

The hand recount of 2.1 million votes was done at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix from April 22 to September 24 by four out-of-state companies: Wake Technology Services, CyFIR, Digital Discovery and Cyber Ninjas. Despite repeated lawsuits to stop the audit, denials by local authorities to provide routers and other information, and opposition from voting machine executives refusing to turn over passwords—the audits uncovered systematic fraud. Yet you will never hear about it from the New York Times or Washington Post.

Read more at “Arizona Audit: the Unreported Truth”

Papers Please

Posted in uncategorized with tags on December 1, 2021 by andelino

“Papers please.” These are perhaps the most UN-American words in the English language. The Western world has established and prided itself on love of individual freedom and limited governmental control. That time could be ending. In America and around the world, governments are planning unprecedented surveillance and control on the pretext of combating covid-19.

This new surveillance society will require no rustling of papers. Governments are working on the most convenient system of identification and surveillance ever using smart phones and online tools. But the result is the same. New vaccine passports could soon mean the government can track your every move.

Read more at Where Are Vaccine Passports Leading?

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