twitter.com/jameskosur/status/1286360041700958208 100 Days "This is really a page right out of the textbook for tyrants. Historically what dictators and authoritarian regimes do, when their people turn against them, is to pit their own people against each other" ~Frank Figliuzzui, former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI 100 Days The Department of Homeland Security, U.S. … Continue reading 100 Days
Political poll results matter, particularly when you’re planning to cheat. It’s harder to make excuses for “surprise election results” when canvassing numbers show the other candidate leading by double digits, which is the case with Biden and tRump. Biden is up by 13% in some polls. Surveys should not make us complacent; we must vote. … Continue reading McConnell’s Primary Election is Tomorrow
Are you extremely enthusiastic? Want excitement in Tulsa? fantastic! We're offering scratch; $330— one catch: We don't pay, (I'm not being sarcastic.) Hold on, "$330"— "$390" which is it? I may be dumb but I'm no idiot Neither, there's no pay Sign this waver, today "Gone viral" has new meaning, I submit! Hey! Tulsa minority … Continue reading Looking for Excited, Enthusiastic, Easily Persuaded People, With Low Expectations— a limerick
It’s 2020, and Georgia is in no better position to hold a fair election than they were two years ago. 2018 was an indisputable display of election fraud. Brian Kemp, was Georgia’s Secretary of State, and a candidate for the office of Governor, running against a formidable candidate, Stacey Abrams, an attorney who served in … Continue reading Georgia on My Mind
Kelly Loeffler broke into politics, just months ago. She is a Republican from Georgia who was appointed by Governor Brian Kemp, (cheater) to fill a vacancy in the Senate. Having had no political experience, she previously served as CEO of Bakkt, a subsidiary of a commodity and financial service provider called Intercontinental Exchange. Loeffler is … Continue reading Senator Loeffler’s Quid Pro Quo
I haven’t been posting as often as I usually do for good reason, but today I’m taking a break from the arduous task of growing out my unibrow to fill you in (get it?) on one of many current events. As I mentioned in a post earlier in the month, hospitals across the country have … Continue reading Where is the Stockpile of Masks?