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  • [If I understand correctly, in Texas Primary and Run-off elections, the County Executive Committee (the Precinct Chairmen, plus the Party Chairman of a political party) can select the method for conducting the election: paper ballots only, or electronic machines.

    AHEM! Is anyone listening? Precinct Chairmen can switch the voting in their political party in their county to paper only ballots during the primary and run-off elections!!!

    The primary is at least as important as the general election, because that is when we have a chance to select an America first candidate. Otherwise, it'll probably be selecting either a RINO or a Democrat.

    Further reading could determine if this includes early voting and mail in ballots, which are probably controlled by state law, the County Commissioners, the County Clerk, or the Elections Administrator. It would be cool to be able to eliminate early voting.]

    For a Primary Election ONLY (including the run-off), the Party is actually in charge of the election per Title 10 of the Election Code. There is a lot in it. But it does give the party the power to run the Primary and actually requires it in some circumstances. There are also lots of other sections of the Election code that deal with the primary.

    [significant issues include: paying for the printing of secure ballots--enough so there's no way you can run out;
    having a handicapped assisting ballot marking device (which doesn't have to count the votes, just mark them for handicapped people. The county already has these, so there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to use those, then just count the ballots like all the others);
    a location in each precinct to hold the election, workers, and enough people to help you count the ballots afterwards.
    The video and streaming equipment and services to live video stream the count.]

    Then per Section 123.001, the CEC can adopt whatever voting system they desire as long as it meets State Requirements. You still must follow the laws that have specifics on dates, times, reporting, etc. However, the method used to conduct the election is up the County Party within State Law guidelines.

    In most cases the Party will just contract with the County Elections Department for the Election. But you do not have to do that. You can opt to do it yourself or opt to have another approved voting system used even if you contract with them.

    The CEC is only in charge of the Primary (and Run-off). For all other elections you must follow the County Elections Commission and County Commissioners rulings as long as they are within State Law for equipment and conduct.

    I am not sure if this answered your question. But please let me know.

    Thanks
    xxx someone


    Sec. 123.001. ADOPTION OF VOTING SYSTEM REQUIRED. (a) Before
    a voting system may be used in elections, the authority designated by
    this section, by resolution, order, or other official action of the
    authority, must adopt the system for use in the elections.
    (b) The decision on whether to adopt a voting system is made by
    the following authority:
    (1) for general elections for state and county officers,
    the commissioners court;
    ***(2) for primary elections, the county executive committee
    of the political party holding the primary;***


    On Monday, May 2, 2022, 10:48:07 PM CDT, someone wrote:


    Hi David,

    On May 2, 2022, at 10:15 PM, [email protected] wrote:

    Hi.
    blah blah
    I'm a precinct chairman, precinct 13, Gillespie County.

    Last year our Elections Administrator told our CEC we had to decide if we wanted to use the newly purchased Hart scanners, or use some other method to conduct the election.

    I repeatedly asked the EA what law or rule or whatever gave us that option, and she referred me to the County Chair, who didn't have an answer.

    Perhaps you could tell me what authorizes the CEC to select how the elections under our control are conducted, and with exactly which elections do we have an option?

    Thanks.

    David Treibs
    [If I understand correctly, in Texas Primary and Run-off elections, the County Executive Committee (the Precinct Chairmen, plus the Party Chairman of a political party) can select the method for conducting the election: paper ballots only, or electronic machines. AHEM! Is anyone listening? Precinct Chairmen can switch the voting in their political party in their county to paper only ballots during the primary and run-off elections!!! The primary is at least as important as the general election, because that is when we have a chance to select an America first candidate. Otherwise, it'll probably be selecting either a RINO or a Democrat. Further reading could determine if this includes early voting and mail in ballots, which are probably controlled by state law, the County Commissioners, the County Clerk, or the Elections Administrator. It would be cool to be able to eliminate early voting.] For a Primary Election ONLY (including the run-off), the Party is actually in charge of the election per Title 10 of the Election Code. There is a lot in it. But it does give the party the power to run the Primary and actually requires it in some circumstances. There are also lots of other sections of the Election code that deal with the primary. [significant issues include: paying for the printing of secure ballots--enough so there's no way you can run out; having a handicapped assisting ballot marking device (which doesn't have to count the votes, just mark them for handicapped people. The county already has these, so there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to use those, then just count the ballots like all the others); a location in each precinct to hold the election, workers, and enough people to help you count the ballots afterwards. The video and streaming equipment and services to live video stream the count.] Then per Section 123.001, the CEC can adopt whatever voting system they desire as long as it meets State Requirements. You still must follow the laws that have specifics on dates, times, reporting, etc. However, the method used to conduct the election is up the County Party within State Law guidelines. In most cases the Party will just contract with the County Elections Department for the Election. But you do not have to do that. You can opt to do it yourself or opt to have another approved voting system used even if you contract with them. The CEC is only in charge of the Primary (and Run-off). For all other elections you must follow the County Elections Commission and County Commissioners rulings as long as they are within State Law for equipment and conduct. I am not sure if this answered your question. But please let me know. Thanks xxx someone Sec. 123.001. ADOPTION OF VOTING SYSTEM REQUIRED. (a) Before a voting system may be used in elections, the authority designated by this section, by resolution, order, or other official action of the authority, must adopt the system for use in the elections. (b) The decision on whether to adopt a voting system is made by the following authority: (1) for general elections for state and county officers, the commissioners court; ***(2) for primary elections, the county executive committee of the political party holding the primary;*** On Monday, May 2, 2022, 10:48:07 PM CDT, someone wrote: Hi David, On May 2, 2022, at 10:15 PM, [email protected] wrote: Hi. blah blah I'm a precinct chairman, precinct 13, Gillespie County. Last year our Elections Administrator told our CEC we had to decide if we wanted to use the newly purchased Hart scanners, or use some other method to conduct the election. I repeatedly asked the EA what law or rule or whatever gave us that option, and she referred me to the County Chair, who didn't have an answer. Perhaps you could tell me what authorizes the CEC to select how the elections under our control are conducted, and with exactly which elections do we have an option? Thanks. David Treibs
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  • America has been Overthrown by a Communist Coup
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    America has been Overthrown by a Communist Coup https://express.adobe.com/page/1MTWk8TWUTyCE/
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  • "He is risen!"

    Matthew 26-28 https://youtu.be/nDcQ4ClX9dc?t=7155
    Mark 15-16 https://youtu.be/vQC-653OOmw?t=4087
    Luke 22-24 https://youtu.be/K0MwrUS-_Qk?t=7671
    John 17-20 https://youtu.be/eUZ8Jlv5i0k?t=5344

    The Victor, by Keith Green
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wil0PBylyW0
    "He is risen!" Matthew 26-28 https://youtu.be/nDcQ4ClX9dc?t=7155 Mark 15-16 https://youtu.be/vQC-653OOmw?t=4087 Luke 22-24 https://youtu.be/K0MwrUS-_Qk?t=7671 John 17-20 https://youtu.be/eUZ8Jlv5i0k?t=5344 The Victor, by Keith Green https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wil0PBylyW0
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  • Why our country is such a mess...
    maybe the same reason the Republican Party is the way it is: they have no vision--no understanding of the principles which founded this country, no understanding of the evil that is assaulting us, and where it will lead if we don't stop it (and so far we're not), no understanding of how to stop the evil, no ability to individually stand against the tide, a really bad case of group-think, no understanding of the Bible or how to apply Biblical principles to current situations, a severe ignorance of current events from anything but the perspective of mainstream media (including pseudo-conservative sources like Fox news) and liberal media, they are controlled by people who are liars, and who are using them to achieve and maintain their power, and maybe because they are seeking power themselves, instead of seeking truth (as defined by the Bible), and liberty.
    Why our country is such a mess... maybe the same reason the Republican Party is the way it is: they have no vision--no understanding of the principles which founded this country, no understanding of the evil that is assaulting us, and where it will lead if we don't stop it (and so far we're not), no understanding of how to stop the evil, no ability to individually stand against the tide, a really bad case of group-think, no understanding of the Bible or how to apply Biblical principles to current situations, a severe ignorance of current events from anything but the perspective of mainstream media (including pseudo-conservative sources like Fox news) and liberal media, they are controlled by people who are liars, and who are using them to achieve and maintain their power, and maybe because they are seeking power themselves, instead of seeking truth (as defined by the Bible), and liberty.
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  • https://boropulse.com/2021/10/why-school-choice-is-a-trap-dont-take-the-cheese/
    https://boropulse.com/2021/10/why-school-choice-is-a-trap-dont-take-the-cheese/
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    Why School Choice Is a Trap: Don’t Take the Cheese - The Murfreesboro Pulse
    I have seen a large number of families move into our area to escape school choice states. Here’s what some of them have to say about their experiences with school choice
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  • Geoffrey Botkin: Russia, Ukraine, and What Makes a Superpower Weak?

    Geoffrey Botkin Newsletter
    Number 85, March 22, 2022

    What Makes a Superpower Weak?

    In the early AD 400s, invincible Rome was falling. It was entering its last years, last days, and last hours. Gangs of German barbarians were closing-in to conquer, loot, kidnap and destroy. But the residents of Rome were oblivious to reality. They were focused on fun, games, their welfare payments, exploding inflation, and the next day’s entertainment – the wild blood-sport at the Coliseum. Every day citizens gathered there to scream for yet ore vivid combat and slaughter: war games to the death, gladiatorial duels to the death, and yet more gruesome executions of Rome’s criminals. These were slow, agonizing deaths and the crowds wanted more of it.

    On one particular day, the shouting and roaring in the Coliseum was so loud the spectators could not hear the attacks of the Visigoths who were just outside the walls of the stadium. The barbarians were going block by block, pillaging, raping, murdering, and destroying what was left of Rome. The screams of their victims went unnoticed by the raucous sports fans, citizens of the greatest superpower on earth.

    What Pride Looks Like in 2022

    Today in the USA, our elite media gives us daily details of the bloody war in Ukraine. We keep watching, enthralled by the media’s colorful and emotional narrative.

    Putin is a beast; that poor victim Zelensky is a hero.

    To this one fervid narrative we have recklessly given our attention. The war started on February 24th. Within a week our collective hatred for Putin had been inflamed to a temperature at which rational thought is apparently impossible.

    When the war was barely ten days old, Quinnipiac University polling data[1] discovered that over 70% of American respondents favored stiffer sanctions on Russia — even at the cost of skyrocketing gasoline prices. Because? Because the media told us virtue signaling is expensive, and being virtuous will cost us something.

    The poll also discovered that nearly 80% favored a US hot war on Russia if its forces attack a NATO country. That’s US v. Russia. Nuclear power v. nuclear power. Because…why? Why is a nation like the US so suddenly disposed to think in this belligerent, suicidal way?

    Here is one reason of many: emotional fictional narratives can replace reality if we start believing them as credible.

    Putin’s a beast; that poor victim Zelensky is a hero. The whole world needs to war against Putin to kill him. If Lindsay Graham doesn’t assassinate him first.

    One example of our hate-driven irrationality appeared on twitter. In full public view. Beneath a short Russian video of a hypersonic missile being launched from a Russian battleship, there was a cascade of comments. The title noted that such a missile could fly at 7,000 mph and reach London in five minutes.

    The comments represented a chorus of hysteria driven by pride, genocidal frenzy and irrational ignorance. Here’s a paraphrase of the thread.

    “That missile doesn’t look fast to me.”

    “Russian missiles are no problem. Our anti-missile systems will shoot em down. Am sure of it.”

    “Putin tries that on America? All of Russia will disappear in like 1 min.”

    “The West has more of those than Russia does.”

    “We should use them”

    “We could sink those Russian boats in seconds.”

    “Little Putin has his day coming.”



    What Will History Say About the Americans?

    After wars have come and gone, the facts about those wars speak for themselves. What will be said of the Americans of March 2022? We were blind, childish, emotional, proud and ignorant. We were not thinking about the secondary consequences of our emotional outbursts. After reading a few stories on social media, we were willing to lash-out at every man, woman and child in Russia and kill them all.

    The War Against Reality

    An unthinking public. This is the chief ingredient for unnecessary and unjust war. War-mongering politicians (and industrialists) can have no war until they create a self-righteously irate population which has lost the ability to see reality.

    So how can America get reality back?

    Taking these two simple steps will help:

    First, stop the childish, blinding hatred of Putin for a moment.
    Second, get answers to the hardest questions by going after the answers.
    These are the two hardest questions:

    What is the reality of America’s military preparedness for war, compared to Russia’s?
    To what extent are we being captured by the deliberately monolithic media narrative?
    Russia is far more realistic about national defense than NATO or the US. Canada just admitted she is totally helpless, having joined the hate mob, dutifully shipping all her weaponry to Ukraine. All of it.

    Russia sees the world differently. She has not invested the last twenty years teaching her soldiers and scientists to be woke or politically fashionable, as we have. Russian leaders have focused on the realities of hostility because they have experienced it from the West, continually, for three decades. Western leaders seem to have a running competition on who can deliver the most biting insults to Mr. Putin. NATO spends some $3 billion a year to threaten Russia. Russia realizes that self-righteously irate Western populations, which have lost the ability to see reality, can be dangerous to the national security of their nation.

    Russians know what we are saying about them. We want them dead. Our very public sanctions are designed to destroy their families and their economy. Deliberately. Is it therefore any wonder that Russia has been building and testing weapon systems? Is it any wonder that their weapons have been designed to work, like their hypersonic missiles? How many Americans know that we do not have anything comparable? Nor do we have any missile interception defenses which can stop those missiles.

    Yet Russia has operational systems which can stop our intercontinental missiles. And there are contingencies if one gets through. This is because Russia has a realistic attitude about a hot nuclear war. If they are attacked, they will protect their people. They have a disaster management plan to survive a nuclear war waged by the US, to come out alive on the other side, and to continue to build an independent national economy. The US has no such realistic plan for their own people.

    This hard reality should deter the US from an arrogantly suicidal move. The Poseidon torpedo can be quietly released from Kilo class subs 4-5,000 miles from target. The underwater drone can then swim slowly and quietly at depths of 3,300 feet until it parks just off a coastal city, awaiting detonation command. Payload? More than any existing American weapon.[2]

    As these superior weapons were developed and tested, what was the American military doing? During Mr. Biden’s administration so far, our Department of Defense has invested over six million man-hours teaching our troops about white rage, inherent racism, transgenderism and other woke mythology.



    Answering the hardest questions

    As of this writing, the world is 27 days into the Ukraine war. The fog of war is still too dense to see the answers to the most pertinent questions that need to be asked and answered. By early April, it may be possible. Below are some of the first we should try to tackle at that point.

    Just how deeply has war hysteria and propaganda affected our ability to discern reality?
    Prior to Russia’s special military operation on February 24th, how many threats to their national security did Russia document to the watching world? What were they?
    For how long had Ukraine been acting as a proxy member of NATO militarily?
    How many billions of dollars of weaponry had been given to Ukraine by NATO and the US?
    Did Putin consider that he was interposing himself as magistrate between the threats and the security of his people?
    Why did he perceive the “anti-Russian project” of NATO as a weapon of mass destruction?
    What were the four peace concessions suggested to Zelensky which could have ended the war before the end of February?
    Why did Zelensky reject those? Why did he continue to reject offers of peace in order to prolong the fighting?
    To what extent is Zelensky taking orders from the US State Department?
    Of the 50 deep-state officials who signed the letter suggesting the Hunter laptop was Russian agitprop, how many were and are involved in Ukrainian affairs?[3]
    How much did American interference in Ukraine over the last decade contribute to the invasion on February 24th?
    Why was the Ukraine military massing on the Donbas border in mid-February?
    Of the US billions sent to banks and the governments of Ukraine, how much has disappeared through corruption?
    Is it true Ukrainian sources accounted for the largest international donations to the Clinton Foundation for a period of fifteen years?
    Is it true the invasion failed militarily for Russia, or did they succeed in demilitarizing Ukraine and forcing Zelensky to the negotiation table?
    What are the Nazi origins of the Azov Battalion?
    For the last eight years, and the last eight weeks, what has been the character and conduct of the Azov battalion and other units of the Ukrainian army funded by Western interference?
    Was it the Ukrainians who created the corridors for civilian evacuation, or was it the Russians?
    Which units have been charged with genocide and war crimes in the Donbas? The Ukrainian military or the private Ukrainian military companies like the Azov battalion?
    Which army did a better job at protecting civilians from live fire, the Russians or the Ukrainians?
    Which army will be remembered for better observing International rules of war?
    How did the Ukrainians treat volunteer mercenaries who traveled to fight? Were those volunteers treated with honor and professionalism, or were they trapped, abused, cheated and used as cannon fodder? How many are now dead combatants?
    At the negotiation table, which side was more determined to achieve an immediate peace settlement?

    Highly Relevant Proverb

    Pro 1:17 Indeed, it is useless to spread the baited net In the sight of any bird;

    Pro 1:18 But they lie in wait for their own blood; They ambush their own lives.

    Pro 1:19 So are the ways of everyone who gains by violence; It takes away the life of its possessors.

    [1]https://poll.qu.edu/poll-release?releaseid=3838

    [2] https://www.sandboxx.us/blog/russias-massively-powerful-nukes-are-strategic-duds/

    [3] https://www.politico.com/f/?id=00000175-4393-d7aa-af77-579f9b330000
    Geoffrey Botkin: Russia, Ukraine, and What Makes a Superpower Weak? Geoffrey Botkin Newsletter Number 85, March 22, 2022 What Makes a Superpower Weak? In the early AD 400s, invincible Rome was falling. It was entering its last years, last days, and last hours. Gangs of German barbarians were closing-in to conquer, loot, kidnap and destroy. But the residents of Rome were oblivious to reality. They were focused on fun, games, their welfare payments, exploding inflation, and the next day’s entertainment – the wild blood-sport at the Coliseum. Every day citizens gathered there to scream for yet ore vivid combat and slaughter: war games to the death, gladiatorial duels to the death, and yet more gruesome executions of Rome’s criminals. These were slow, agonizing deaths and the crowds wanted more of it. On one particular day, the shouting and roaring in the Coliseum was so loud the spectators could not hear the attacks of the Visigoths who were just outside the walls of the stadium. The barbarians were going block by block, pillaging, raping, murdering, and destroying what was left of Rome. The screams of their victims went unnoticed by the raucous sports fans, citizens of the greatest superpower on earth. What Pride Looks Like in 2022 Today in the USA, our elite media gives us daily details of the bloody war in Ukraine. We keep watching, enthralled by the media’s colorful and emotional narrative. Putin is a beast; that poor victim Zelensky is a hero. To this one fervid narrative we have recklessly given our attention. The war started on February 24th. Within a week our collective hatred for Putin had been inflamed to a temperature at which rational thought is apparently impossible. When the war was barely ten days old, Quinnipiac University polling data[1] discovered that over 70% of American respondents favored stiffer sanctions on Russia — even at the cost of skyrocketing gasoline prices. Because? Because the media told us virtue signaling is expensive, and being virtuous will cost us something. The poll also discovered that nearly 80% favored a US hot war on Russia if its forces attack a NATO country. That’s US v. Russia. Nuclear power v. nuclear power. Because…why? Why is a nation like the US so suddenly disposed to think in this belligerent, suicidal way? Here is one reason of many: emotional fictional narratives can replace reality if we start believing them as credible. Putin’s a beast; that poor victim Zelensky is a hero. The whole world needs to war against Putin to kill him. If Lindsay Graham doesn’t assassinate him first. One example of our hate-driven irrationality appeared on twitter. In full public view. Beneath a short Russian video of a hypersonic missile being launched from a Russian battleship, there was a cascade of comments. The title noted that such a missile could fly at 7,000 mph and reach London in five minutes. The comments represented a chorus of hysteria driven by pride, genocidal frenzy and irrational ignorance. Here’s a paraphrase of the thread. “That missile doesn’t look fast to me.” “Russian missiles are no problem. Our anti-missile systems will shoot em down. Am sure of it.” “Putin tries that on America? All of Russia will disappear in like 1 min.” “The West has more of those than Russia does.” “We should use them” “We could sink those Russian boats in seconds.” “Little Putin has his day coming.” What Will History Say About the Americans? After wars have come and gone, the facts about those wars speak for themselves. What will be said of the Americans of March 2022? We were blind, childish, emotional, proud and ignorant. We were not thinking about the secondary consequences of our emotional outbursts. After reading a few stories on social media, we were willing to lash-out at every man, woman and child in Russia and kill them all. The War Against Reality An unthinking public. This is the chief ingredient for unnecessary and unjust war. War-mongering politicians (and industrialists) can have no war until they create a self-righteously irate population which has lost the ability to see reality. So how can America get reality back? Taking these two simple steps will help: First, stop the childish, blinding hatred of Putin for a moment. Second, get answers to the hardest questions by going after the answers. These are the two hardest questions: What is the reality of America’s military preparedness for war, compared to Russia’s? To what extent are we being captured by the deliberately monolithic media narrative? Russia is far more realistic about national defense than NATO or the US. Canada just admitted she is totally helpless, having joined the hate mob, dutifully shipping all her weaponry to Ukraine. All of it. Russia sees the world differently. She has not invested the last twenty years teaching her soldiers and scientists to be woke or politically fashionable, as we have. Russian leaders have focused on the realities of hostility because they have experienced it from the West, continually, for three decades. Western leaders seem to have a running competition on who can deliver the most biting insults to Mr. Putin. NATO spends some $3 billion a year to threaten Russia. Russia realizes that self-righteously irate Western populations, which have lost the ability to see reality, can be dangerous to the national security of their nation. Russians know what we are saying about them. We want them dead. Our very public sanctions are designed to destroy their families and their economy. Deliberately. Is it therefore any wonder that Russia has been building and testing weapon systems? Is it any wonder that their weapons have been designed to work, like their hypersonic missiles? How many Americans know that we do not have anything comparable? Nor do we have any missile interception defenses which can stop those missiles. Yet Russia has operational systems which can stop our intercontinental missiles. And there are contingencies if one gets through. This is because Russia has a realistic attitude about a hot nuclear war. If they are attacked, they will protect their people. They have a disaster management plan to survive a nuclear war waged by the US, to come out alive on the other side, and to continue to build an independent national economy. The US has no such realistic plan for their own people. This hard reality should deter the US from an arrogantly suicidal move. The Poseidon torpedo can be quietly released from Kilo class subs 4-5,000 miles from target. The underwater drone can then swim slowly and quietly at depths of 3,300 feet until it parks just off a coastal city, awaiting detonation command. Payload? More than any existing American weapon.[2] As these superior weapons were developed and tested, what was the American military doing? During Mr. Biden’s administration so far, our Department of Defense has invested over six million man-hours teaching our troops about white rage, inherent racism, transgenderism and other woke mythology. Answering the hardest questions As of this writing, the world is 27 days into the Ukraine war. The fog of war is still too dense to see the answers to the most pertinent questions that need to be asked and answered. By early April, it may be possible. Below are some of the first we should try to tackle at that point. Just how deeply has war hysteria and propaganda affected our ability to discern reality? Prior to Russia’s special military operation on February 24th, how many threats to their national security did Russia document to the watching world? What were they? For how long had Ukraine been acting as a proxy member of NATO militarily? How many billions of dollars of weaponry had been given to Ukraine by NATO and the US? Did Putin consider that he was interposing himself as magistrate between the threats and the security of his people? Why did he perceive the “anti-Russian project” of NATO as a weapon of mass destruction? What were the four peace concessions suggested to Zelensky which could have ended the war before the end of February? Why did Zelensky reject those? Why did he continue to reject offers of peace in order to prolong the fighting? To what extent is Zelensky taking orders from the US State Department? Of the 50 deep-state officials who signed the letter suggesting the Hunter laptop was Russian agitprop, how many were and are involved in Ukrainian affairs?[3] How much did American interference in Ukraine over the last decade contribute to the invasion on February 24th? Why was the Ukraine military massing on the Donbas border in mid-February? Of the US billions sent to banks and the governments of Ukraine, how much has disappeared through corruption? Is it true Ukrainian sources accounted for the largest international donations to the Clinton Foundation for a period of fifteen years? Is it true the invasion failed militarily for Russia, or did they succeed in demilitarizing Ukraine and forcing Zelensky to the negotiation table? What are the Nazi origins of the Azov Battalion? For the last eight years, and the last eight weeks, what has been the character and conduct of the Azov battalion and other units of the Ukrainian army funded by Western interference? Was it the Ukrainians who created the corridors for civilian evacuation, or was it the Russians? Which units have been charged with genocide and war crimes in the Donbas? The Ukrainian military or the private Ukrainian military companies like the Azov battalion? Which army did a better job at protecting civilians from live fire, the Russians or the Ukrainians? Which army will be remembered for better observing International rules of war? How did the Ukrainians treat volunteer mercenaries who traveled to fight? Were those volunteers treated with honor and professionalism, or were they trapped, abused, cheated and used as cannon fodder? How many are now dead combatants? At the negotiation table, which side was more determined to achieve an immediate peace settlement? Highly Relevant Proverb Pro 1:17 Indeed, it is useless to spread the baited net In the sight of any bird; Pro 1:18 But they lie in wait for their own blood; They ambush their own lives. Pro 1:19 So are the ways of everyone who gains by violence; It takes away the life of its possessors. [1]https://poll.qu.edu/poll-release?releaseid=3838 [2] https://www.sandboxx.us/blog/russias-massively-powerful-nukes-are-strategic-duds/ [3] https://www.politico.com/f/?id=00000175-4393-d7aa-af77-579f9b330000
    POLL.QU.EDU
    Vast Majority Of Americans Say Ban Russian Oil, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; Nearly 8 In 10 Support U.S. Military Response If Putin Attacks A NATO Country | Quinnipiac University Poll
    "Americans are ready to put a chokehold on Russia's key financial lifeblood, oil, no matter what the consequences are at the pump," said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy.
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  • Letter written by attorney Chris Kachouroff for his client, attorney Kurt Olsen, to US Rep Bennie Thompson of the January 6th House investigative committee, responding to the March 1 letter and subpoena to Mr. Olsen.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9gzeh2niqqaxund/2022.03.10%20Select%20Committee%20Correspondence.pdf

    #electionintegrity #electionfraud #voterfraud
    Letter written by attorney Chris Kachouroff for his client, attorney Kurt Olsen, to US Rep Bennie Thompson of the January 6th House investigative committee, responding to the March 1 letter and subpoena to Mr. Olsen. https://www.dropbox.com/s/9gzeh2niqqaxund/2022.03.10%20Select%20Committee%20Correspondence.pdf #electionintegrity #electionfraud #voterfraud
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  • o Lord, you're beautiful
    https://youtu.be/tqEa1Uo9UZc?t=59

    create in me a clean heart
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_4b_9l3GpE

    the victor
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wil0PBylyW0

    my eyes are dry
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEx_0_AXL3w
    o Lord, you're beautiful https://youtu.be/tqEa1Uo9UZc?t=59 create in me a clean heart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_4b_9l3GpE the victor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wil0PBylyW0 my eyes are dry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEx_0_AXL3w
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  • resolutions for tomorrow's precinct conventions:
    1. Electronic voting machines
    2. Trump won 2020

    1. Whereas,

    Electronic voting machines and compromised voter rolls were central parts of the theft of the 2020 election,

    Electronic voting machines are completely non-transparent, meaning no one knows what is happening inside
    them, and there is no way to verify their accuracy other than by hand counting all the ballots,

    Electronic voting machines have vulnerabilities that lend them to be manipulated on a scale large enough to alter
    election results,

    High security paper ballots with live-streamed hand counting with no electronic tabulators are the most secure
    and verifiable method of counting votes;

    Whoever counts the votes wins the elections,

    Resolved,

    We call for the continuous maintenance of our voter rolls, and the elimination of electronic voting machines
    scanners, poll pads, and tabulators, with a return to Paper only ballots with live-streamed hand counting


    2. Whereas,

    Donald Trump won the 2020 Presidential election,

    The election was stolen by a variety of actors using a variety of means, altering the results to Joe Biden/Kamala Harris;

    Biden is not nor can be President of the United States, as he was not elected; similarly, Harris cannot be Vice-President;

    In accepting the stolen election, Biden/Harris made themselves active participants in a coup d’état against the Presidency and the Constitution of the United States, ignoring the selection of the people of the United States;

    As the principle actors in the overthrow of the election, the Presidency, and the Constitution of the United States, we find that a state of war exists between the Biden dictatorship and the people of the United States.

    We also find that the executive branch of the federal government is no longer acting under the Constitution.

    Resolved,
    We call for the immediate removal of Biden/Harris dictatorship and their co-conspirators from occupying the office of or exercising the powers of the Presidency;

    We urge every level of government to effectively stop any unconstitutional actions emanating from the federal government.
    resolutions for tomorrow's precinct conventions: 1. Electronic voting machines 2. Trump won 2020 1. Whereas, Electronic voting machines and compromised voter rolls were central parts of the theft of the 2020 election, Electronic voting machines are completely non-transparent, meaning no one knows what is happening inside them, and there is no way to verify their accuracy other than by hand counting all the ballots, Electronic voting machines have vulnerabilities that lend them to be manipulated on a scale large enough to alter election results, High security paper ballots with live-streamed hand counting with no electronic tabulators are the most secure and verifiable method of counting votes; Whoever counts the votes wins the elections, Resolved, We call for the continuous maintenance of our voter rolls, and the elimination of electronic voting machines scanners, poll pads, and tabulators, with a return to Paper only ballots with live-streamed hand counting 2. Whereas, Donald Trump won the 2020 Presidential election, The election was stolen by a variety of actors using a variety of means, altering the results to Joe Biden/Kamala Harris; Biden is not nor can be President of the United States, as he was not elected; similarly, Harris cannot be Vice-President; In accepting the stolen election, Biden/Harris made themselves active participants in a coup d’état against the Presidency and the Constitution of the United States, ignoring the selection of the people of the United States; As the principle actors in the overthrow of the election, the Presidency, and the Constitution of the United States, we find that a state of war exists between the Biden dictatorship and the people of the United States. We also find that the executive branch of the federal government is no longer acting under the Constitution. Resolved, We call for the immediate removal of Biden/Harris dictatorship and their co-conspirators from occupying the office of or exercising the powers of the Presidency; We urge every level of government to effectively stop any unconstitutional actions emanating from the federal government.
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