Saturday, November 17, 2018

Voter fraud








What this public horror show is setting up is a special election for all clearly problematic elections.  
That will certainly eliminate these DEM gains and possibly recapture the house for the GOP.  It will not change out the final outcome, but it will knock out a lot of stolen positions deeper in the ballot.
As i have posted, this midterm has been gamed to expose DEM electoral criminality in such a way as to lead to prosecution.  The intent is to make such behavior unattractive in the future.
Better yet it will enforce demand for a viable voter ID system at the least and significant reform that makes manipulation difficult.

Thanks to Democrat vote fraud and election tampering, trust in our entire system is collapsing — which is what they want


Sunday, November 11, 2018 by: JD Heyes


(Natural News) The big news last week following the 2018 midterm elections wasn’t about a migrant caravan heading through Mexico, the horrific shooting at a California bar, or even POTUS Donald Trump’s fantastic economy.

It was about how Democrats, once again, launched efforts in at least two states and perhaps has many as four to steal victories away from Republican Senate candidates. 

Though polls closed Tuesday evening in Florida, more than 40 hours later — past the legal time limit, per state election law — somehow election officials in two Democrat-heavy counties, Broward and Palm Beach, “found” tens of thousands of ballots that Leftie lawyers are now demanding be counted.

One of the election officials, supervisor Brenda Snipes, has been in legal trouble before regarding elections. As the Washington Examiner reports:

Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz was staving off a primary challenger Tim Canova when his campaign noticed certain irregularities in the way paper ballots were being counted. An ugly court battle and two years later, a judge ruled that the Broward elections supervisor had illegally destroyed ballots in the race.

The supervisor’s name? Brenda Snipes, who claimed that the trashing of the ballots was just a “mistake.”

Right. Just like it was a “mistake” that boatloads of ballots had ‘gone missing’ only to be miraculously discovered outside of the turn-in deadline and after it became apparent that GOP gubernatorial candidate Rep. Ron DeSantis and Republican governor and Senate candidate Rick Scott both beat their Democratic challengers. And wouldn’t you know it, now that counting those ballots has begun, their leads are being cut by the day.

Here’s a prediction: The counting will stop once these corrupt officials ‘find’ enough ballots to push Democrats to victory.

Meanwhile in Arizona, on election night GOP Senate contender and U.S. Rep. Martha McSally had bested her Democratic rival, U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema by a slim, but clear margin. By Friday, however, due to ‘found’ ballots, Sinema had taken the lead while ‘counting continued.’

Democrats have a long-term goal: Destroy our system

The really tight races, Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit notes, always seem to go to Democrats and after ballots mysteriously appear out of thin air:

In one recent election, Philadelphia had more votes that electors in a district. In Detroit in 2016 some votes were so over stated in the inner city they could not be recounted which meant the original and fraudulent vote totals were used. God only knows what goes on in big cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, St. Louis and more. These are the only strongholds for Democrats. Are they all fraudulent?



As soon as Democrats sent their best Election stealing lawyer, Marc Elias, to Broward County they miraculously started finding Democrat votes. Don’t worry, Florida - I am sending much better lawyers to expose the FRAUD!


David Haranyi, senior editor at The Federalist, notes that Democrats are increasingly pushing for so-called “direct democracy” — that is, all candidates including those for federal offices and the presidency — should be elected by majorities, not via the constitutional electoral system our founders gave us.  


Take Vox’s Ezra Klein, a longtime champion of direct democracy: “I don’t think people are ready for the crisis that will follow if Democrats win the House popular vote but not the majority,” he tweeted before the midterms. “After Kavanaugh, Trump, Garland, Citizens United, Bush v. Gore, etc, the party is on the edge of losing faith in the system (and reasonably so).”


If you’ve ever read the entire Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, you know the word “democracy” does not appear in either document. That’s because America is nota democracy, we live in a republic. 


“The only reason these folks who claim to want to save Constitution from Trump see crisis in the system is that it fails to deliver for them politically. They’re not losing faith in the system. They just don’t like the system,” Harsanyi notes.

While Democrats work to undermine our faith in our election systems, they are simultaneously working to demolish it altogether and replace it with a system they can more easily manipulate. 

Conservatives need to wake up and realize what’s going on so they can stop it.

Read more about how the Left engages in vote fraud at VoteFraud.news.

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Oumuamua mission value versus New Horizon Pluto and Europa Clipper



Let us talk about this object.

1       It is a proven interstellar object that has a large mass.

2       It appears to be long and thin or potentially cylindrical. This is unimaginably important becausethis is how you would engineer an interstellar space habitat. Such a craft can be even several miles across to produce a large diameter. The multilayered outer shell can be suspended from a central axis with cables, much like a suspension bridge. Cables can also be used to secure mass around the diameter as well to provide structural space protection. The whole purpose of all this is to spin the object up along the axis to produce one g gravity equivalent at the outer shell.  This design can be as long as you want but must still allow for some lateral thrust for course adjustments close by a transit star.

3        There appears to have been a course adjustment as it passed through.  Unfortunately this may be ongoing as it leaves us.  Thus actually locating this will demand excellent detection but i do believe it is possible for us.

4         Since we are needing excellent detection, why not set it up as working telescope as well and have it continue as a long distance telescope providing a leg for triangulation.  This would be very valuable and provide the ability to also properly inspect this object.  Of course we will only be shown fuzzy images if it is important.

5      We have ample in system evidence to support the idea that such craft are transiting our system and  even refueling with reaction mass as they pass through.  In fact the docking of a fueler could well have produced the observed anomaly.  The fuel would come by way of Saturn's rings which we discussed earlier.

6     All this provides ample reason to look.  The rest can wait..



Oumuamua mission value versus New Horizon Pluto and Europa Clipper

Oumuamua is worth looking at for scientific value even it is only an anomalous interstellar object.
Harvard researchers have calculated that unusual speedup and movement of Oumuamua indicate that it could be solar sail. It might weigh only 100 to 300 kilograms instead of a solid comet-like material. If it was comet material it would weigh one million to ten million tons. If it is a solar sail it would be evidence of a civilization of technologically capable aliens that sent out a solar sail probe millions of years ago. We have only just had a few smaller solar sail probes.
In 2010, the Japan Space agency launched IKAROS. It has a diagonal spinning square sail 14×14 meters and made of a 7.5-micrometre (0.0075 mm) thick sheet of polyimide. The polyimide sheet had a mass of about 10 grams per square meter.

In late 2020, NASA launched NanoSail-D. NanoSail-D structure was made of aluminium and plastic, with the spacecraft massing less than 10 pounds (4.5 kg). The sail has about 100 square feet (9.3 m2) of light-catching surface.
There are other possibilities for Oumuamua.
* Oumuamua as a Messenger from the Local Association
* Oumuamua as a Tidal Disruption Fragment from a Binary Star System
Mission timing and cost
Any two super-heavy lift rockets would work for the mission. We launch two big rockets. One rocket adds fuel to the other rocket. We then can launch at higher speed with multiple stages toward Jupiter. The mission slingshots around Jupiter and then does close flyby slingshot around the sun.
Reusability would not be needed for the rockets.
There needs to be a transfer of fuel between one rocket and the other.
Two SpaceX Falcon Super-heavy might also work. This would involve having four boosters on the Falcon Heavy instead of only two. Two SpaceX Falcon Super-heavy might be flown by 2020.
Two SpaceX Falcon Super-heavies might only cost a total of $500 million.
The probe itself would need to be similar to the Parker Solar Probe. This would cost about $1.5 billion.
If we could launch two SpaceX Falcon Super-heavies by 2021 then we might intercept when the object is only at 50 AU. About 1.5 times farther than Pluto. This would be a mission cost of possibly only $2 billion.
We can catch up to it but can we get close enough and reacquire the object
Are the measurements of the departure trajectory accurate enough for intercept. The best we can do is intercept at 50 to 90 AU. If our measurements of the trajectory are bad then we could be very far away when we pass Oumuamua.
We would need to be able to scan within the volume of the margin of error to look for Oumuamua.
We have to catch up to it and reacquire the object.
Mission has to be able communicate pictures and readings
The mission has to be able transmit the pictures and readings from two to four times the distance from Pluto.
Other Space mission costs
The Parker Solar Probe mission cost $1.5 billion. The probe to chase down the interstellar object will need to do a close gravitational slingshot to the sun. It will need to be built like the Parker Solar Probe.

$700 million was spent on the New Horizon Mission to Pluto. Part of the justification for the timing of that mission was the atmosphere of Pluto was going to freeze for decades.

$2 billion will be spent for the Europa Clipper mission to investigate Europa and its ocean.

Nextbigfuture believes the unique scientific value of closer examination of the Oumuamua is worth a technically challenging mission.

An assessment needs to be made. How accurate are the trajectory calculations? Could we find it again and then get useful data.

If there could be high confidence that any probe could find Oumuamua, if we get near where the object should be, then the mission would be worthwhile.

Half Of Health Spending In The US Is Now Government Spending

 

Looking at these numbers is a complete shift of the health cost paradigm. Necessary subsidization is actually driving the system toward the equivalent of a single payers system. Not a good plan.

What i do know is that all of us adults need to be able to attend a health maintenance program costing around $200 per month.  It must include access to equipment and guides who help in training and spot health issues.  Most health professionals can be easily trained into this mode of health delivery.
 
 A combination of rejuvenation and problem resolution will produce a willing patient quite prepared to follow best practice.  This approach must collapse most known issues.
 Half Of Health Spending In The US Is Now Government Spending
by Tyler Durden  
Fri, 11/09/2018 - 20:25S
Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute,


US states continue to expand Medicaid, and it's happening even in so-called "red states." CNBC, for instance, reports how voters in "red states" Utah, Nebraska and Idaho all approved ballot issues to expand Medicaid under new Obamacare provisions. Meanwhile, the voters in these states also handed control of state government to Republican governors and legislators.
At the state level at least, the expansion of government healthcare has now become pretty much a given in nearly all states outside of the South.
It continues to be a big issue in state-level elections, such as in Colorado, where the Republican candidate — who lost the election — spent much of his campaign condemning expansion of "government-run" healthcare.
But let's face it. A great many voters, whether Republican or Democrat, want to hear the magic words "safety net" when it comes to health care. This is why even voters in Idaho, voted to — as they saw it — expand the healthcare safety net.
The recent expansions of Medicaid, however, are just the latest step in a quickly expanding government-funded healthcare apparatus that has been growing for decades. Moreover, the government-sector on health is now so large, as to consume half of all healthcare spending in the United States.
Using data from the OECD's 2015 Health Statistics report, we find government spending in the United States accounted for 48% of overall health spending, compared with an OECD average of 73%:

Source. "OECD Health Statistics 2015 - Country Notes"
And that was in 2013. It's a fairly safe bet that with the growing costs of Medicare and Medicaid, government healthcare spending has grown to at least equal private-sector spending.
It's also worth noting, that government-sector spending (mostly Medicaid, Medicare, VA, etc)  alone is similar to or greater than the same measure inmost other OECD countries, and is on a par with Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Austrian, New Zealand, and others.
According to the World Health Organization, per capita government spending on healthcare is the fourth highest in the world:

Needless to say, the idea that the US has a "free market" in health care is pure fantasy. The so-called safety net is huge, expensive, and dominates the industry. With so many Baby Boomers going on Medicare in the near future, and with continued expansion of Medicaid, it won't be many more years before a much larger majority of healthcare spending is done by governments.
This, however, won't mean a fundamental change in the the US healthcare system, but a continuation of an established trend.
I don't say this to advocate for more government spending on health care, but merely to point out that the US has not embarked on any sort of new road it hasn't already been traveling for years.
You Don't Need a Single-Payer System to Get to Single-Payer Levels of Health Spending

As it is, the US is moving toward levels of public spending that will rival those of some nations that aren't exactly known for any devotion to "free market" healthcare.
As it is now, government-sector spending in the US is similar to that of Chile (which, by the way, has a slightly higher life expectancy.)
Given the growth of Medicare benefit spending has nearly doubled over the past decade, it's not impossible to imagine overall public spending rising to levels we now see in some countries with so-called "socialized" medicine.

Source. "OECD Health Statistics 2015 - Country Notes"
After all, contrary to the widely-held misconception that all healthcare (including prescription drugs) in Canada is "free," nearly 30 percent of all healthcare spending takes place in the private sector — mostly to cover prescription drugs, dental care, and other types of care not covered by the state.
Moreover, healthcare in the US offered by ostensibly private sector firms in the US is done overwhelmingly through heavily regulated and highly bureaucratic insurance schemes.
This sort of insurance is so widespread that fewer Americans purchase health services out-of-pocket than in most other OECD countries. While Swiss, Italian, and Australian out-of-pocket expenses constitute at least one-fifth of health spending, the total is only 12 percent in the US. The US is well below the OECD average of 19.5 percent. The idea that millions of Americans are handing over huge sums of cash out-of-pocket to afford basic medical procedures is fiction.
Source. "OECD Health Statistics 2015 - Country Notes"
At this point, the debate isn't over a choice between a market healthcare system or a government healthcare system. We're now just really talking about how much the government sector should grow as a component of all health spending.
Now that the federal government is, by far, the largest single payer for healthcare purchases in the US, we have to openly admit that there is no longer any functioning market pricing system in healthcare. The industry is now dominated by government contracts, government spending, and government regulations on healthcare services.
Of course, prices continue to skyrocket in the US. But this is not because there is too much "market competition," but because healthcare is heavily subsidized by various government interventions. As is always the case, subsidized goods and services experience growing demand as the cost — as perceived by consumers — goes down. This happens everywhere that healthcare is subsidized, but US policymakers, so far, have lacked the stomach for controlling costs by denying care to people, or making them wait in long queues — as is done in other government-controlled healthcare systems.
It would seem that the goal of the free-market reformer in the current climate must be to stop speaking of preventing "socialized medicine" but instead he or she ought to focus on carving out a role for the market in what is clearly a government dominated sector. The discussion is now one of "de-regulation," "flexibility," or "breathing room" for a truly free fee-for-service economy to develop. America now has an enormous "public" healthcare system. The goal now is to carve out some means of escape.

Trump Hints At Federal Investigation As Dems Gain Ground In Arizona, Florida And Georgia


 
 Of course, this was all set up ahead of time and the DEMS walked right into the trap.  There will be one hell of an investigation that will make Voter ID inevitable.  We mostly did just that in BC Canada by simply extending the licensing process of the Motor vehicle act to include health ID as well.  That left a small number of exceptions easily enough dealt with.
If the illegals no longer can vote, we will have grossly weakened DEMs who will then be wrapped up in an internal fight with the radical left and the  socialist sympathetic electors.  Good luck on getting out the vote there.
It turns out that deft maneuvers have left the DEMS in control of a toothless Congress that can be ignored if it does not behave.  Who would have thought that this would be the outcome..
Trump Hints At Federal Investigation As Dems Gain Ground In Arizona, Florida And Georgia
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-09/trump-hits-federal-investigation-dems-gain-ground-arizona-florida-and-georgia

Update: President Trump has escalated his voter fraud allegations with a double-tweet.
After earlier mocking the Democrats and vote-count shenanigans: "You mean they are just now finding votes in Florida and Georgia – but the Election was on Tuesday? Let’s blame the Russians and demand an immediate apology from President Putin!"

You mean they are just now finding votes in Florida and Georgia – but the Election was on Tuesday? Let’s blame the Russians and demand an immediate apology from President Putin!


The president turned to more serious matters, noting that "as soon as Democrats sent their best Election stealing lawyer, Marc Elias, to Broward County they miraculously started finding Democrat votes." He then suggests, "don't worry, Florida - I am sending much better lawyers to expose the FRAUD!"

As soon as Democrats sent their best Election stealing lawyer, Marc Elias, to Broward County they miraculously started finding Democrat votes. Don’t worry, Florida - I am sending much better lawyers to expose the FRAUD!

After Florida launched a state-wide investigation into the ongoing vote counting in Broward County following allegations that the heavily Democratic district may have acted to suppress Republican votes, President Trump on Friday suggested that he could order a federal investigation into the vote counting in the race between Republican Rick Scott and Democrat Bill Nelson.
When asked during a press briefing on Friday whether the federal government could become involved in the vote count, Trump didn't rule out the possibility.
"Could be," Trump said, before complaining that late vote counting like what's happening in Florida "always seems to go the way of the Democrats," per the Washington Examiner.
As of Friday morning, the margin between Scott and Nelson had shrunk to approximately 15,000 votes. More than 24,700 voted in Broward county for a gubernatorial candidate but not a US Senate candidate, which has led both Democrats and Republicans to suspect that the other side is up to something. But Florida isn't the only state where closely watched vote tallying could flip the an election outcome. In Arizona, for the first time since the polls closed, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has taken the lead over Republican Martha McSally in that state's US senate race. After flipping 5 Democratic Senate seats on Tuesday, giving up the Arizona Seat to the Dems while losing the seat nominally won by Scott would erode Republicans' gains in the Senate - but it wouldn't totally cancel them out, according to the Daily Caller.
In Arizona, early voting led to more than 75% of ballots being cast by mail.
Sinema took the lead after 120,000 votes from Maricopa County were dumped on Thursday night. Sinema is now leading McSally by 9,610 votes, or 0.5%, 932,870 to 923,260.
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Sinema

+And as Trump highlighted in a tweet Friday morning, the fact that they're still finding votes in Florida and Georgia suggests that something strange is going on.

You mean they are just now finding votes in Florida and Georgia – but the Election was on Tuesday? Let’s blame the Russians and demand an immediate apology from President Putin!


Both Sen. Marco Rubio and former Trump aid Marc Caputo have shared evidence on twitter that could suggest that Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes, who was first appointed in 2003 by former Gov. Jeb Bush, may have tampered with the vote. As Rubio pointed out, Nelson has retained Democratic lawyer Marc Elias to help with the recount effort. Elias has said it's "not plausible" that so many people voted in lower level races but didn't cast ballots in the governors' race.

Now democrat lawyers are descending on . They have been very clear they aren’t here to make sure every vote is counted.

- They are here to change the results of election; &
- is where they plan to do it.

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Snipes has been branded incompetent by conservatives and liberals, and also has a well-documented history of misconduct. Earlier this year, a judge ruled that Snipes had interfered in the primary race between Democrat Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her Democratic primary challenger.
The fact that Bay County, which has hammered by a Category 4 Hurricane last month, managed to count and submit vote totals on time, and Broward County couldn't, is simply baffling, Rubio said.
"Bay County was hit by a Cat 4 Hurricane just 4 weeks ago, yet managed to count votes & submit timely results," the Florida Republican continued. "Yet over 41 hours after polls closed Broward elections office is still counting votes?"
Something is clearly up.