US Election Fraud: Here’s How They Did it

US Election Fraud: Here’s How They Did it. By Jay Valentine.

County election managers change the zip code of 31,000 voters on September 3. Ballots go out that week. Those 31,000 are undeliverable. Someone collects those valid ballots. On September 15th, those addresses are quietly changed back.

National Change of Address Database (NCOA) will not pick up those address changes. They didn’t happen because there is no history.

The 31,000 citizens were getting their mail just fine — except for ballots. Ballot addresses were driven by the county mail-in ballot database — the one that was changed, then changed back.

Many states send ballots to everyone; the recipient is none the wiser that they never received a mail-in ballot. They may vote in person. Oops! “You already voted!” Ever heard that?

Welcome to database latency.

How would you ever know? They changed it back.

With lots of complex footwork, you could eventually tell from their voter history file — months after the election.

What are you going to do about it? Reverse the election?

Exploiting database latency:

  • Count the in-person votes on election day.
  • Count the early, in-person votes.
  • Shut down the system (Atlanta water leak, Maricopa County everything).
  • Bring in undeliverable ballots gathered when you changed voters’ names, addresses, or zip codes, then changed them back.
  • Determine the votes you need to win. Press the “WIN” button.
  • Wait for the Republicans to file a lawsuit months later. …

Ballot gatherers know Republicans use dumb technology — relational databases, SQL, NCOA, Melissa, all non-real time, highly latent systems.

Bad guys are happy to watch Republicans waste time finding ones and twos, while the real action takes place by the thousands — invisible to these batch, latency-prone systems.


We know an election commission is going to do anything possible to make the Democrat win. Wisconsin Election Commission, Arizona’s Maricopa County, seven states in 2016, for instance.

Rather than wasting time on batch [National Change of Address Database (NCOA)], we get a daily copy of the election roll. That’s expensive! The list in Wisconsin is $12,000! But did you know your Democrat friends bought it 28 times before the 2016 election?

What is a governorship worth? How much does a contested Senate seat cost? Maybe $50 million? What is a presidential campaign worth? …

We take that election roll … [and] compare every voter against every other voter and address, down to the cell level, and see any differences — every day!

What do we find?

In a real-life example, this month, we found a county that changed 31,500 zip codes, yet the voter remained at the same address. Curious?

That means the voter did not change their address, continued to receive all their mail, except one item — a ballot sent from a voter commission.

Our teams in Wisconsin and Florida are discovering this scam by the truckload — do not email me that it is not real!

Much, much more at

Long Covid Protocol

Long Covid Protocol. By David Archibald.

The most common symptom of long covid is fatigue, most often extreme fatigue. And all cases of long covid have microclotting.

A theory to explain this combination is that covid virions persist in the body after the acute phase has passed, constantly topping up the microclots as the microclot load is being dissolved by the body’s processes. The microclots make the blood too viscous to flow through the body’s narrowest capillaries, starving the surrounding tissue of oxygen. Thus, any exertion by a long covid sufferer results in extreme fatigue.

Persistent viral infection, even at a low level, would cause inflammation. Persistent inflammation depletes vitamin D and magnesium, in turn making it hard for the body’s immune system to overcome the inflammation.

It follows that overcoming long covid, in theory, would start with reducing the covid virion load. Of second importance is speeding up the dissolution of the microclots. Third is restoring the immune system.

What follows is not medical advice. …

Reducing the Covid Virion Load:

While most of the general public currently think that the covid virus disappears from the body between bouts of covid, it appears to persist in many individuals. … There is one widely available molecule known to bind to covid virions and inactivate them. That is ivermectin. Though doctors are banned from prescribing it in Australia to treat covid, it can be bought in bulk from rural supply stores such as Elders …

One doctor using ivermectin to treat long covid has reported that 70 to 90 percent of patients respond, generally within 10 days …

Dissolution of the Microclots:

What many long covid sufferers have used to dissolve the microclots in the blood is nattokinase. This is an enzyme produced by fermenting boiled soybeans with the bacteria Bacillus natto. A typical dosing rate is 100 mg twice daily to be taken on an empty stomach: at least 30 minutes before a meal or 2 hours after. …

An anecdote on nattokinase use in long covid:

Huge difference after taking a combo pill of Natto/Serra, 2x in the morning upon waking and one in the late afternoon. I felt like exercising for the first time in 2+ years and managed 4 minutes!

The Importance of Resolving Long Covid Quickly:

The persistent hyper-inflammation of long covid affects many organs, resulting in slow or incomplete recovery. The heightened inflammatory state of many individuals gives rise to a long term increase in disease risk. …

There is a parallel with the Spanish Flu. There is evidence for excess deaths throughout the late 1920’s and 30’s, long after the Spanish flu epidemic was over. No one made the connection. All they knew was that there were excess deaths in cardiac and respiratory disease.

Details at the link.

Cultural and medical advice in one tweet

Cultural and medical advice in one tweet. By David Archibald.

Wow. Something’s gone very wrong in China.

UN shakedown: Threats to list healthy reef as in danger just a way to extort “climate” money

UN shakedown: Threats to list healthy reef as in danger just a way to extort “climate” money. By Joanne Nova.

UNESCO is still threatening to list [Australia’s Great Barrier Reef] as “in danger”, despite record coral cover … for the last two years running. The “danger” label would scare off some tourists, so the Minister is lobbying the UN to stop it.

But follow the reasoning. The Minister is admitting that the UN listing is not about the reef itself, it’s about whether they have paid enough money for UN causes or adopted the right “NetZero” liturgy.

Lydia Lynch and Jess Malcolm, in The Australian:

“The reason that UNESCO in the past has singled out a place as ‘at risk’ is because they wanted to see greater government investment or greater government action — and since the change of government, both of those things have happened,” [Ms Plibersek, federal environment minister] said. …

Steve Edmondson, a reef tour operator in Port Douglas, said the UN-backed report relied on old ­information gathered during a monitoring mission in March while the reef was going through a mass coral bleaching event.

Ms Nova again:

Apparently the UN uses the “in danger” listing as a form of coercion to squeeze more money for their favourite causes. It’s nothing about the actual reef. Nothing about what Australians want. And it was never about “The Science”:

UN labels are just a form of foreign interference to drum up money for friends which benefit from “climate money” — like the Bankers who invest in renewables, or the Chinese Communist Party that sells us the windmills and solar panels.

‘Practically Unviable’ for Volkswagen to Build EV Batteries in High-Cost Europe

‘Practically Unviable’ for Volkswagen to Build EV Batteries in High-Cost Europe. By Stephen Green.

Volkswagen, the German carmaker that’s pledged to manufacture nothing but electric vehicles in Europe by 2035, now says it’s “practically unviable” to build the batteries they need domestically. …

It takes a lot of energy to produce a lithium-ion battery large enough to power a car or truck, and Europe’s high energy prices drive up the cost of making the batteries that were supposed to reduce costs. …

Sustainability is what they say they’re after. Government subsidies and virtue-signalling points, more likely.

Take a deep breath and try to wrap your head around this. Europe has been closing nuclear plants and subsidizing wind and solar. Now they’ll tax wind and solar in order to “fund a €54bn consumer aid package.”

Subsidized wind and solar are too expensive, so Germany will tax it to pay for consumer subsidies on wind and solar.

It takes a really big government to be that stupid. …

Here’s a pro tip for our European friends, and our so-called leaders in Washington, too: If an investment requires government incentives or subsidies, it isn’t actually viable.

Likewise, our solar panels are only at current prices because they are made in China on cheap energy from coal. If you had to produce them on energy from solar panels they’d be way more expensive. And all going to the landfill in 15 – 25 years.

Petition to make Australian politicians disclose their connections to organisations like the World Economic Forum

Petition to make Australian politicians disclose their connections to organisations like the World Economic Forum. By Senator Alex Antic.

I’m asking for politicians to disclose their connections to organisations like the World Economic Forum.

I want greater transparency about who might be influencing the policies of Australia’s government.

It’s time Australians were given access to all the facts!

I’m standing up for Australia’s freedom from foreign influence.

Petition here.

hat-tip Stephen Neil

Encouraging grasping grievance groups

Encouraging grasping grievance groups. By George Will.

Anyone acquainted with human nature — and with government, which exists to cope with human nature — should not be surprised: When government allocates opportunities on racial grounds, dispensing lucrative preferences when awarding contracts and subsidies, this gives rise to rackets. …

Until a few years ago, Robert Taylor, a business owner in Washington state, identified as White. Then he realized that his insurance business could benefit if it were classified as a minority enterprise. A DNA test purported to show him 4 percent sub-Saharan African. Lots of litigation later, a federal court said the state nevertheless could deny his minority status. Elsewhere, Steve Lynn had better luck in the racial lottery. His business qualified as a minority business enterprise because his ancestors were Sephardic Jews who fled Spain centuries ago, making him, in the government’s squint, Hispanic.

Your government decrees that immigrants from India are Asians but their cousins from Afghanistan are White. In America’s benighted days of yore, hearings and trials determined racial identifies (octoroon, quadroon, etc.). In today’s America, such determinations are progressive because they protect the integrity, such as it is, of affirmative action programs. …

This story-beyond-satire of government is recounted in Bernstein’s slender (185 pages) “Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classifications in America,” potentially 2022’s most consequential American book. It reveals the rickety foundations of today’s identity politics. …

The post-1970s proliferation of government-preferred classifications means, Bernstein says, that they mostly benefit not African American victims of centuries-old abuses, but post-1965 immigrants and their descendants.

Furthermore, those inconvenient Asian Americans keep spoiling the progressive narrative: A New York Times story reported that Google offers “a stark glance at how Silicon Valley remains a white man’s world.” A few lines later, Bernstein notes, the Times stated that a third of Google’s American employees are Asian Americans. …

The racial/cultural/geographic/whatever spoils system is now so entrenched, it is too late for what would encourage a shared national identity: complete separation of race and state. Meaning, government abstention from racial and ethnic classifications.

Today’s ever-more-arbitrary system vindicates Bernstein’s warning that such classifications are “self-fulfilling”: They encourage people to think of themselves not as individuals but as members of grasping grievance groups. Young people are taught this unattractive orthodoxy at colleges that celebrate a “diversity” that is skin-deep.

Australia too is increasingly discriminating by race, with The Voice being but the latest example.

Perhaps to prevent cheating we should do what the old South Africa did, and issue everyone official government documents proclaiming their race. Then our government would officially be racist, though of course they would say the opposite.

Inflation ending soon, CPI may be negative in a year

Inflation ending soon, CPI may be negative in a year. By Steven Saville.

If the Fed were to stick with its balance-sheet reduction plan then by next February the year-over-year rate of US money supply growth probably would be negative, that is, the US would be experiencing monetary deflation.

CPI lags true money supply (TMS) by a few months.

Because nothing disastrous has happened to the overall US economy and the broad stock market YET (at this stage, the disasters have been confined to the economic/market sectors where speculation was the most manic), the Fed almost certainly will stick with its balance-sheet reduction plan for at least a few more months.

This means there is a high probability of the US experiencing monetary deflation during the first half of 2023.

What would be the likely ramifications? …

  • Declining money-supply growth hits the most egregious bubble activities first. For example, many of the most popular stock market speculations of the 2020-2021 bubble period already have lost more than 90% of their market values and the ‘crypto world’ is immersed in a collapse that probably isn’t close to complete. …
  • A severe economic downturn during 2023 that possibly extends into 2024 …
  • the US economy could experience price deflation, as indicated by the year-over-year rate of CPI growth dropping below zero, during the final quarter of 2023.
  • This combination will, we suspect, lead to a substantial rebound in the Treasury market and a rise in the US$ gold price to new all-time highs within the coming 12 months.

Snow Extent in Northern Hemisphere Among Highest in 56 years

Snow Extent in Northern Hemisphere Among Highest in 56 years. By Renato Colucci.

Northern Hemisphere snow extent is currently indeed very high, now at about 41 million square kilometers, according to the NOAA/Rutgers Global Snow Lab.

Russia is completely covered in snow now. Snow is also seen overwhelming all of Canada, and Alaska, as well as a good portion of the Lower 48. This is an important parameter for the early winter forecast.

You could probably forecast a colder-than-normal winter based on Autumnal Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent alone. It’s the largest snow extent in decades.

According to the Finnish Meteorological Institute, also the total snow mass for the Northern Hemisphere is tracking comfortably above the 1982-2012 average.

The media aren’t going to give you any clues that global cooling may have begun.

Global class war: Western elites’ climate obsession is impoverishing the world’s poorest

Global class war: Western elites’ climate obsession is impoverishing the world’s poorest. By Joel Kotkin.

At the recently completed COP27 gabfest-turned-guiltfest … the assembled woke corporations, bureaucrats and obscenely financed nonprofits have now been compelled to offer reparations to poorer countries for their carbon sins. They call it ‘climate justice’. …

The US alone has pledged up to $1 billion to mostly corrupt Third World countries. But it is unlikely to be popular among hoi polloi. Moreover, much of this ‘blood money’ will simply line the pockets of kleptocrats at the helm of many countries. And so far, oddly, nothing is being demanded of China, the world’s preeminent and growing emitter of greenhouse gases. …

Global cooling is setting in (as I predicted in 2015), and western elites have deliberately ruined their energy systems. Going to be a nasty winter for many in the west.

This new class conflict is redefining politics across the West, and it may become more intense with the onset of winter. …

Impoverishing the poor nations:

Developing nations are fed up of being harangued by Hollywood stars and the heirs of the Kennedys or the Gettys, who are all desperate to prevent their access to fossil fuels. …

In nations in Africa and the Middle East, authoritarianism and state power are on the rise. Like their working- and middle-class counterparts in the West, these struggling regimes are widely sceptical of the West’s green austerity, even if they are more than willing to take ‘reparations’. They are also sceptical about the promise that ‘green energy’ will be cheaper — indeed, it is in the most green-centric places, like Germany and California, where energy prices are highest.

The neoliberal elites could be miscalculating on a grand scale. The brighter bulbs in the developing world do not want alms and permanent second-class status, but dollars to build their economies. They may pocket the blood money and then turn to other countries — notably China — to build nuclear, gas and even coal plants. They want to sell their resources to places that do not have bureaucratic nonprofits telling them what they can and cannot trade or consume.

This is simply self-interest at work. When climate-conscious Western governments, increasingly woke corporations and nonprofits try to restrict access to fossil fuels, they are also blocking the path to prosperity for the world’s poorest nations. …

This also explains the widespread reluctance of these countries — including democracies like Argentina, Brazil, South Africa and most importantly India — to join the West’s crusade against the brutal Russian actions in Ukraine. For them, Russia isn’t seen as a major problem. It is also a major exporter of both energy and food to many of these countries.

The developing world has other things to worry about than jeremiads from the White House, patronising mega-billionaires or Greta Thunberg. The people of Africa and in other developing nations are essentially a global proletariat. …

Global class war:

Although they may be pulling from different ends, the global South and the non-elites of the West have much in common. They are both challenging the putative global ruling class. Together, they may plunge the neoliberal order into a well-deserved existential crisis, and it couldn’t happen to a more deserving group of people.

Our elite are waging war on fossil fuels and agriculture

Our elite are waging war on fossil fuels and agriculture. By John Hinderaker.

Western nations’ commitment to “net zero” CO2 emissions is one of the greatest follies in world history.

It is not just the fossil fuel industries that are under attack by liberals … [but] agriculture is in the crosshairs, too.

We have seen it in Sri Lanka, where the government mandated “organic” farming and as a result, the Prime Minister’s residence was stormed by a mob and he was forced to flee the country. We have seen it in Canada and in the Netherlands, where the government is making war on that country’s highly successful ag industry. …

“The Dutch government is planning to buy and close down up to 3,000 farms near environmentally sensitive areas to be in compliance with EU environmental rules.” ..

The fact that the Netherlands has a “Nitrogen Minister” is a sign of how far off the rails liberals have gone. And oh, by the way, I will hazard a wild guess that the “Nitrogen Minister” is not a chemist or any sort of scientist. …

The international war on agriculture, which focuses mostly on the use of synthetic fertilizers, without which the productivity of modern agriculture is impossible, and on animal husbandry, is of course driving up the cost of food world-wide. If the war on agriculture continues, residents of wealthy countries will be impoverished by higher food prices while many residents of poor countries will starve. …

When the time comes, they will have special stores to which only those with high social credit scores can be admitted. They will eat meat, while you eat crickets.

Different rules for different folks.

Apple Blackmailed Developers Into Blocking COVID Searches

Apple Blackmailed Developers Into Blocking COVID Searches. By Stephen Green.

Apple threatened at least one developer with banishment from the company’s lucrative App Store if they didn’t remove all search engine returns regarding COVID-19 from their library application.

LBRY bills itself as “an open, free, and fair network for digital content,” designed to circumvent social media and government controls. But the company told Twitter owner and CEO Elon Musk on Monday that, “During Covid, Apple demanded our apps filter some search terms from being returned. If we did not filter the terms, our apps would not be allowed in the store.”

That’s blackmail. …

“Secret suppression of free speech by Apple,” Musk tweeted back. “Customers were never told. What the hell is going on here?”

So far, there has been no public response from the notoriously tight-lipped company, but I can tell you what’s going on here in just two words: Communist China.

According to Apple’s latest quarterly results, the Greater China region (including the mainland, Hong Kong, and Taiwan) generated more than $15 billion in revenue over the previous three-month reporting period. That was nearly 20% of the company’s quarterly revenue. …

The iPhone/iPad app stores are fully curated. Nothing can be sold there — or remain there — without Cupertino’s approval. That “walled garden” experience has generally done a good job of keeping the App Store free of spam and scams, but not without a price.

One price is that developers complain that the approval process is opaque and subject to change at a whim. Another is that when Apple’s interests don’t align with their customers’ interests, customers lose. …

In 2019, Apple notoriously removed an app that Hong Kong protesters used to track where police were headed next to crack protesters’ skulls.

When Google started around 2000, it was one of the good guys. “Don’t do evil” they said, and meant it. But they later dropped their slogan and switched teams.

Now Apple seems to be joining them. Sad.