In the you can’t make this up department by Mitch Santell
(The commentary is 6 minutes and 26 seconds).
There has never been a better time to pick up media globally throughout the world. Each and every day not only do I check in with the English version of China news, I also check in with local broadcasts in Southern California to pick up what is on the minds of local radio hosts.
The homeless problem is getting out of control in downtown Los Angeles and now it’s bleeding it’s way here to Orange County, California.
How do I know this?
Answer: When I go into the local Ralph’s supermarket the cashier’s who I know on a first name basis tell me about some of the crazy stuff that happens in the parking lot.
Want some examples?
People hit other people’s cars and then leave without leaving a note.
People go into the deli section, steel the beautifully prepared sushi dishes, put it in their coat and leave the store.
People get angry in the check out lines and take it out on the store personnel for no reason.
Commentary That I Can’t Even Believe by Mitch Santell
The midterm elections in California were a mistake that is almost impossible to explain. Read a piece quoted from this article below and see if you can make any sense of this.
The reason it is important that Californian’s stop this is that it will spread throughout America.
The voting in the midterm elections in California was “fraudulent” and now our Republic is sincerely compromised.
There is no reason to vote in California and/or you may have to make a decision to leave the state.
Why is California voting now illegal? Okay, let me see if I can get this strait. California has something that is called “ballot harvesting.”
A new practice called “ballot harvesting” is legal in the state of California, but illegal everywhere else. It allows third party companies to submit ballots for other voters, and it’s why California Democrats won big in the midterms.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan told the Washington Post that even though this may sound “bizarre,” it’s still very real.
Back in 2016, Jerry Brown signed in the original law that began allowing the “ballot harvesting”. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Democrats ran a campaign during the 2018 midterm election that used this practice to get to their victory.
Few people noticed when Gov. Jerry Brown signed the changes in AB1921 into law two years ago. In the past, California allowed only relatives or people living in the same household to drop off mail ballots for another voter. The new law allowed anyone, even a paid political campaign worker, to collect and return ballots — “harvesting” them, in political slang.
In Orange County alone, where every House seat went Democratic, “the number of Election Day vote-by-mail drop-offs was unprecedented — over 250,000,” Fred Whitaker, chairman of the county Republican Party, said in a note to supporters. “This is a direct result of ballot harvesting allowed under California law for the first time. That directly caused the switch from being ahead on election night to losing two weeks later.”
For Democrats, the ballot harvesting was all part of a greater effort to get out the vote from their supporters, particularly from occasional voters.
“We beat Republicans on the ground, fair and square,” said Katie Merrill, a Democratic consultant deeply involved in November campaigns. “Many of the field plans included (ballot harvesting) as an option to deliver voters or their ballots” to the polls.
Here’s more of what I think about “nation building”…
I have written several topics about “nation building” and black people’s obsession with group economics (link 1, link 2, link 3, link 4 & link 5). And to keep it real simple, in order for you to build, create and sustain any society – regardless of gender, race or geographical location – you would have to enslave certain groups of people. Particularly those whom you either don’t like or think are incapable of making “right” choices, even if those choices are just to ego-stroke those who have an inferiority complex. I know I’m repeating myself, but some people are slow. Others just don’t talk about this harsh reality of “nation building”.
Here’s the thing about people reducing themselves to John Henry folktales and community servicemen trying to fix society’s problems, under the assumption that it would…
(A special hat tip to Sir Danny, a dear friend of mine that I have known for years and is very internet savvy).
The more I looked into online streaming services, the more I found. Need to know more? Here is a recent story that tells it all:
No money in the budget for a Netflix subscription? Or Amazon Prime? Fear not: As long as you have an internet connection, you can still enjoy movie night. Granted, you may not be able to stream Hollywood’s latest, but you can still enjoy gems such as Lady Bird, the first four Rocky movies, The Grand Budapest Hotel and plenty of classics, all without spending an extra penny.
Here are nine services offering totally free — and totally legal — movies you can watch online. Just be prepared to sit through commercials, because that’s how many of these services stay in business. (One quick note: Selections change regularly, so not all the titles listed here may still be available.)
Commentary That You Can’t Make Up by Mitch Santell
This introduction by author Dan Bogino will blow your mind and it will openly disclose how Obama and his entire administration used the Deep State to take out President Donald J. Trump, but failed miserably.
Hey, for you filmmakers out there, you can’t make this stuff up. Why? Answer: Life imitates art. This was plan A, the main plan but it failed. The audio is below.
This audio is 8 Minutes and 28 Seconds and worth your time to listen too!
DAN BONGINO: Some of you may have seen me on Fox this morning, and in fact one of the ladies I was just talking to said well, where did you do that from? I said, I just live about 20 miles north, I have a studio in my house. It’s just a TV in the background. It’s a TV, it’s actually a video of what we took down in Palm Beach, we’re just watching a movie in the background. It’s in my office. If you listen real close on Fox sometimes for hits you’ll hear some like gargling in the background, that’s usually my 6 year old running around outside. No, I’m serious. Yeah, that’s my office and it’s a really small office. I don’t live like liberals in a 5,000 square foot mansion. So once in a blue moon you can hear my kids running around. So that happened. I made it down here. Sorry I didn’t tell everybody I was here. When we went to the front desk I got caught up in a conversation with Sebastian Gorka and Louie Gohmert and we’re all Chatty Cathies so that just went on forever, I forgot to tell everyone that I actually showed up. So I am here, we made it, it’s great. Thanks to everyone who’ve already bought the book in advance, I really appreciate it.
That’s what I want to talk about today, folks, because it’s been about a year and a half now of my life. I’ve written four books but this one by far was the most tedious to put together. They had two co-authors actually help me out. And the reason I wrote the book, this whole spine scandal, this debacle, this atrocious disgrace of a scandal that happened to our president. You know how many, are there a lot of cops, federal agents in the room? Anyone have experience in law enforcement? Yeah, a couple raised their hand. If I’m wrong, call me out on this, but when I was a cop and then a Secret Service agent if you have even an ounce of empathy for human beings, which most of you in this room have more than an ounce, you have a whole lot, you’ll arrest a lot of bad people for a lot of really bad things.
But one of the things that impacted me so deeply in my life, I’m not going to say the guy’s name for obvious reasons, let’s call him john Doe. We hit a door at about 6:00 on the morning to arrest this guy on a credit card fraud scheme, and it was ugly. I mean it had been hundreds of thousands of dollars. When you’re a federal agent you don’t get to arrest people for like $5.00 petty crimes or anything like that, they’ll throw you right out of there. It was a serious crime. We arrested the guy and I remember after working on this case for 6 months it was a sense of accomplishment, tempered immediately by this awful feeling in my gut. It’s 7:00 in the morning, you arrest him and you don’t anticipate the human side of it. But what happened, the guy’s young kids ran out. That’s their dad. He actually wasn’t the worst guy in the world, he was actually a good father to his kids. And they’re watching their father in handcuffs, and the wife is crying. Their life is over.
After being off of FaceBook for months and months, I am now trying a new social media platform Hub.Life
You have a voice! You should be heard! Social media titans like Facebook and Twitter have a stranglehold on their users. They got people hooked on the massive platforms and then began to decide what content they were allowed to see, share, or post. Bottom line, if you don’t agree with their narrative, they will block, restrict, jail, and shadow-ban you. It’s time to fight back!
Hubbook’s mission is to provide an alternative social media platform, free from the barriers that are present in today’s massive networks. Unlike the tech-titan controlled networks who decide what people are allowed to see, Hubbook users are in control of their own experience.
People are encouraged to use Hubbook to make new friends in addition to connecting with current friends, family, and associates. Hubbook also allows page building to promote businesses, organizations, and ideas. Group creation allows communities to be built whereby people can meet, coordinate efforts, exchange ideas, or simply engage in a common fellowship. Direct messaging ensures personal private conversation between users.
While Hubbook maintains a code of decency, its creators do not violate personal privacy nor do they block real users from sharing information solely because they were reported by someone who was “offended”.
Aside from treating people with dignity and respect, Hubbook simply does not have a narrative to promote. So, come join the conversation and stay connected.
This Thanksgiving we have so much to be thankful, grateful and blessed when it comes to my daughter. Now that she is out of danger I am comfortable in sharing with you what happened since here healing.
One, my daughter never has to be on anti-depressants again.
Two, my Mrs. and me get to take care of her and she does not have to live in a group home.
Three, even though we had a 5150, the court investigator visited our home, gave us a clean bill of health and we didn’t lose her. The court investigator was sincerely impressed with how well my
After the court visited us we had our annual visit from my Daughter’s social worker. Currently, the lady who represents my daughter to the court has 400 cases and she openly explained that most of her clients have no family at all.
The social worker shared with us that in her opinion her cases where there is no medication taken, do substantially better and function better.
Earlier today, Trump’s chief economic advisor Larry Kudlow poured cold water on expectations for an imminent resolution of the US-China trade war when he said that negotiations in the run up to this week’s G-20 talks “haven’t yielded any progress”, and unless something changes, the “administration will move ahead with the next phase of tariffs.”
“Things have been moving very slowly between the two countries,” Kudlow said, adding that it was up to Xi to come up with new ideas to break the deadlock. And, echoing a report from the US Trade Representative published earlier this month, Kudlow said there hasn’t been much of a change in China’s approach. “We can’t find much change in their approach,” Kudlow told reporters. “President Xi may have a lot more to say in the bilateral [with Mr Trump], I hope he does by the way, I think we all hope he does…but at the moment, we don‘t see it.”
Just a few hours later, a report by Reuters confirmed that Kudlow won’t be “seeing it” for a long time, because according to China’s ambassador to the US, Cui Tiankai, China is going to this week’s G-20 summit hoping for a deal to ease a damaging trade war with the United States, even as he warned of “dire consequences” if U.S. hardliners – read the trade hawks led by Peter Navarro – try to separate the world’s two largest economies.