18 Nov 2020

“DNA-LEVEL” STATISTICAL PROOF: “Smartmatic” Vote-Counting System Was Manipulated in PA and GA to Overturn Trump’s Victory
The charts below are derived from The New York Times’ real-time election feeds (e.g., here). They show “DNA-level” evidence of vote fraud that was systematically used to overcome massive Trump leads with “vote flips” to Biden. The twin charts below depict the shifts in votes starting on election day. The X-axis is the date/time and the Y-axis represents the change in votes (positive values denote shifts for Trump, negative values represent shifts for Biden, in hundreds). Notice the similarities in PA and GA? How the right sides of the graph show virtually no movement for Trump; and very predictable vote movements to Biden. How predictable? Sorry, Democrats: this is what we call DNA-level statistical proof of fraud. And there’s a lot more where this came from. These are just the excerpts.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Wants Elections Director to Step Down After Floyd County “Finds” 2600 Uncounted Ballots
The found votes reportedly favor President Trump almost two-to-one, cutting Joe Biden’s approximate 14,000 vote lead by about 800 votes. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Monday evening immediately called for the elections director to step down.

GOOD LUCK ENFORCING THIS: Pennsylvania Mandating People Wear Masks Inside Their HOMES
Pennsylvania’s Democrat Governor Tom Wolf has announced new COVID restrictions, including ordering people to wear masks inside their own homes. Additionally, anyone who visits PA from another state must get tested within 72 hours before entering the state or quarantine for 14 days. Residents who traveled to other states must follow same rules when coming home.

DOJ: 6 Chinese ‘researchers’ caught lying about China military ties while others fled the US
“In the last year, the Department has made incredible strides in countering the systemic efforts by the PRC to enhance its economic and military strength at America’s expense,” said Attorney General William P. Barr. “While much work remains to be done, the Department is committed to holding to account those who would steal, or otherwise illicitly obtain, the U.S. intellectual capital that will propel the future.” A half-dozen members of the People’s Liberation Army were charged for hiding their affiliation to China’s military, as well as allegedly committing visa fraud while operating as students or researchers a universities in the United States.

Russia to establish naval base in Sudan
Russia plans to establish a military base on Sudan’s Red Sea coast to serve as a logistics center for the Russian navy, according to a draft agreement between Moscow and Khartoum signed by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and released publicly Nov. 11. The agreement states that Sudan will provide a land plot for the Russian base free of charge for a period of 25 years. It will automatically renew for subsequent 10-year periods. To terminate the deal, one of the parties must notify the other party of its intention at least one year before the expiration of the next period.

What If Biden Were Seeking Recounts?
Does anyone believe the mainstream media would have rushed to anoint Donald Trump the winner? Would the New York Times, Washington Post, NPR and other outlets have cast the inevitable Democrat demands for ballot reviews and recounts as a constitutional crisis or would they have run wall-to-wall coverage about the inherent problems associated with mail-in ballots? We don’t have to imagine the answer.

Secretive Club For Ultra-Wealthy Environmentalists Revealed
The club, Creo Syndicate, works with around 200 families who pay a ‘very reasonable’ flat fee to join, and must commit to making their first investment in climate and sustainability within six months, according to founder and director, Régine Clément. In four years, the nonprofit’s membership has grown by 400%, and affiliates’ assets have risen eightfold – starting with less than $100 billion in 2016. Growth has been so explosive that Creo has had to double its staff in the past year; 10 in the US and two in the UK. The nonprofit has tried to attract even more capital by approaching large institutional investors who want to participate in green investments, such as CDPQ, a Quebec-based pension fund with $333 billion in assets that has launched a $500 million climate and sustainability strategy.

ISIS Terrorist Who Authored ‘Effective Stabbing Techniques’ And ‘How Does A Detonator Work’ Released In Oregon
31-year-old Hawazen Sameer Mothafar, a US resident, was charged by a grand jury with two counts of conspiracy to provide material support to a designated terrorist organization, and one count of providing and attempting to provide material support. He has also been charged with making false statements when he denied his ties to the terrorist organization in an immigration application.

Second Memory Card With 2,755 Votes Found During Georgia Election Audit, Decreasing Biden Lead
A second memory card with uncounted votes was found during an audit in Fayette County, Georgia, containing 2,755 votes . The news comes one day after 2,600 uncounted ballots were found on another memory card in Floyd County, GA – which were mostly cast for President Trump. “It’s not an equipment issue. It’s a person not executing their job properly,” said Gabriel Sterling, the state’s voting system manager.

Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo Angers Turkish Officials By Meeting With Orthodox Christian Leader With Emphasis On Religious Freedom
Pompeo met with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, the leader of roughly 300 million Orthodox Christians, and the Catholic apostolic nuncio to Turkey, Archbishop Paul Russell, on Tuesday, according to the AP. Pompeo’s visit was intended to emphasize religious freedom in Turkey, which angered Turkish officials who accused the U.S. of having its own human rights issues.

Flashback: Just last year Dem senators warned of voting machines switching votes
… it wasn’t so long ago that three Democratic senators and one congressman were making identical claims about Dominion and its two main competitors in the election technology industry. The group includes Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Ron Wyden of Oregon and Rep. Mark Pocan of Wisconsin. The four lawmakers were concerned after hearing stories that machines had switched votes, rejected paper ballots and broken down.

Pentagon Confirms Trump’s Afghanistan, Iraq Troop Cuts
“I celebrate this day as we continue the president’s consistent progress in completing the mission we began nearly two decades ago,” Miller said in his first public remarks as acting secretary. He assumed his current position last week … .

Trump fires top cybersecurity official
US President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday night that he has dismissed Chris Krebs as Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. “The recent statement by Chris Krebs on the security of the 2020 Election was highly inaccurate, in that there were massive improprieties and fraud – including dead people voting, Poll Watchers not allowed into polling locations, ‘glitches’ in the voting machines which changed votes from Trump to Biden, late voting, and many more. Therefore, effective immediately, Chris Krebs has been terminated as Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency,”

Three militants killed in Israeli attack in Damascus, Syria – report
Israeli fighter jets attacked several targets in Syria early on Wednesday in response to explosive charges being placed near the Israeli border, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit confirmed. Initial reports from Syria indicate three Syrian militants killed and one injured. The attack targeted warehouses, HQs, military complexes and Surface-to-air missile batteries, Walla! reported.

Corona Shut Down all Jewish Holidays except for the One that’s an Omen to Messiah’s Arrival
Rabbi Yosef Berger, the rabbi of King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion, noted that we will have a few months until we can determine the accuracy of the prophecy and if it applies to our current situation. “Now we have to wait and see if this Purim will be celebrated,” Rabbi Berger said. Purim will be celebrated this year on February 25. “It could be that this year, the only holiday we actually do celebrate is Purim.”

Hurricane Iota makes landfall over Nicaragua as an “extremely dangerous” Category 4 storm
Hurricane Iota made landfall on the coast of northeastern Nicaragua late Monday night and is expected to bring catastrophic damage to the same part of Central America battered by Hurricane Eta less than two weeks ago. The storm was downgraded to a Category 4 just before making landfall, but the U.S. National Hurricane Center warned that it’s still “extremely dangerous.”

Bahrain delegation arrives in Israel
Bahrain’s first official government delegation to Israel set off on Wednesday on the first Gulf Air commercial flight to Tel Aviv, as the two countries look to broaden cooperation after establishing formal ties in September in a US-brokered accord. Gulf Air flight GF972 – a reference to Israel’s telephone country code – took off from Manama airport in the morning bound for Tel Aviv…

Israel strikes Iranian, Syrian targets in response to exposed IEDs
Israel struck Iranian and Syrian targets in Syria early Wednesday morning in response to explosive devices found on the border the previous day. “IDF warplanes attacked military targets belonging to the Iranian Quds Force and the Syrian army tonight in Syria. The attack damaged warehouses, command posts and military complexes, and batteries of surface-to-air missiles,” the IDF said in a statement.

Palestinians restore ties with Israel
The Palestinian Authority on Tuesday said it has decided to renew its relations with Israel, including security coordination, after receiving assurances that Israel would abide by the signed agreements with the Palestinians. The announcement was made by Hussein al-Sheikh, head of the PA General Authority for Civil Affairs, who is in charge of coordination between the Palestinians and Israel.

Iran feeding uranium gas into advanced centrifuges underground – IAEA
Iran has begun feeding uranium hexafluoride (UF6) gas feedstock into the advanced IR-2m uranium-enriching centrifuges installed at its underground plant at Natanz, according to a UN nuclear watchdog report obtained by Reuters on Wednesday. The move is the latest nuclear standoff escalation by Iran with the US, Israel and their allies.

New Stats Analysis Reveals Potential ‘Stuffing The Tail’ Voter Fraud Scheme Similar to 2008 Sub-Prime Mortgage Meltdown
A new report seen by The National Pulse begins: “This scientific analysis of the reported Pennsylvania (PA) 2020 Presidential voting results, is a non-partisan effort by unpaid citizens and volunteer experts….“These statistical analyses do not prove fraud, but rather provide scientific evidence that the reported results are highly unlikely to be an accurate reflection of how Pennsylvania citizens voted.”

Tucker Carlson slams Justin Trudeau and the ‘great reset’
Tucker Carlson slammed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau…for his remarks jumping on “an opportunity for a reset” amid the coronavirus pandemic to “reimagine economic systems.”…”This pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset. This is our chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic efforts to reimagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality, and climate change,” Trudeau said.

When talk of ‘unity’ just means ‘surrender’
Political unity is an ugly, authoritarian idea. No free nation has domestic political unity, nor should it aspire to it. What “unity” really means is capitulation. America is once again being subjected to the inane brand of pseudo-patriotic sloganeering we saw during President Barack Obama’s tenure. Now, as then, the media will pretend that the moral fabric of the nation must be mended after GOP rule.

Argentina abortion: President Alberto Fernández is to present new bill to Congress
Argentina’s President Alberto Fernández is to present a new bill to Congress on legalising abortion – a campaign pledge delayed by the coronavirus outbreak. He says the measure will help save lives, as every year almost 40,000 women are treated in hospital after botched illegal procedures. Abortion in Argentina is currently allowed only in cases of rape, or if the mother’s health is in danger.

Britain to ban new petrol cars by 2030 on road to net zero emissions
Britain will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2030, five years earlier than previously planned, as part of…a “green revolution” to cut emissions to net zero by 2050. Johnson…wants to underscore his green credentials as part of what he hopes will be a reset for his government.

Iraq, Saudi Arabia reopen Arar border crossing after 30 years
Iraq and Saudi Arabia have opened the Arar border crossing for trade for the first time in three decades, the Iraqi border ports commission has said in a statement. Top officials, including Iraqi interior minister and the Saudi ambassador to Iraq, travelled from Baghdad to formally open Arar, where a line of cargo trucks had been waiting since Wednesday morning.

Iraqi military says four rockets hit Baghdad’s Green Zone
Four rockets have struck inside a heavily fortified area in Baghdad housing foreign embassies including that of the United States, according to the Iraqi military, signalling an apparent end to a temporary halt in attacks by Iran-backed militias targeting Washington’s presence in the country.

Iota strengthens to strongest Atlantic hurricane of the year before making historic landfall in Nicaragua
Extremely dangerous Category 4 Hurricane “Iota” made landfall along the coast of northeastern Nicaragua — just 24 km (15 miles) from the area struck by Category 4 Hurricane “Eta” on November 3 — with maximum sustained winds of 250 km/h (155 mph), just 2 km/h below Category 5 hurricane. With many parts of Nicaragua and Honduras still recovering from massive rain dropped by Eta, more extreme rainfall produced by Iota may lead to some of the worst floods the region has seen in a thousand years or more.

Bet SCOTUS squashes Cuomo’s unholy drive against religious services
New York’s dictatorial Gov. Andrew Cuomo may have finally met his match. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, led by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, is asking the US Supreme Court to strike down Cuomo’s Oct. 6 executive order virtually shutting down houses of worship in areas of Brooklyn and Queens. This, even as the governor allowed supposedly essential businesses like pet stores and big-box retailers to remain open.

Hurricane Iota Roars onto Nicaragua as 2nd Blow in 2 Weeks
Hurricane Iota battered Nicaragua with screeching winds and pounding surf Tuesday, chasing tens of thousands of people from their homes along the same stretch of the Caribbean coast that was devastated by an equally powerful hurricane just two weeks ago.

Abu Muhammea al-Masri hit reveals Iran-al Qaeda links
The reported assassination of a top al Qaeda leader on the streets of Tehran has raised fresh questions about the murky relationship between Iran and the radical Sunni terror group, as well as about the depths of clandestine U.S. and Israeli operations aimed at destroying that relationship.

Trump attorney Sidney Powell declares the Kraken was already RELEASED… and the results are just beginning to emerge
Today attorney Sidney Powell declared that “the Kraken” was released two days ago, and results are beginning to emerge. Whistleblowers from the Dominion software company are going on the record, admitting the entire system was engineered from the start to steal elections in the USA and around the world.

World’s first Christian airline eyes 2021 launch; aims to transport missionaries worldwide
A non-profit ministry is looking to launch the first-ever Christian airline next year, providing a source of travel for missionaries seeking to spread the Word of Jesus Christ across the globe.

Trapped Travelers In Australia “Scream From Hotel” After Being Ordered Into Another 2 Weeks Of Quarantine
They are being forced to stay in quarantine despite testing negative…

Report: 64% of coronavirus deaths between May and August occurred in health care settings
A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that more than 64 percent of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths between May and August occurred in inpatient health care settings.

UN World Food Program Warns Of “Famines Of Biblical Proportions In 2021” As Some Americans Wait 12 Hours For Food
The UN World Food Program was the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020, and the head of that agency is warning of the potential for absolutely devastating famines around the globe in 2021.  The COVID-19 lockdowns that were instituted all over the world this year created tremendous hardship in many wealthy countries, but in poorer nations the economic devastation has created alarming waves of hunger.

Huawei Threat “No.1 Concern For Democracy” Globally: National Security Advisor O’Brien
“What’s really turned especially the Europeans, but also many of the Asians, is the fact that their personal private data is going to be owned 100 percent by the Chinese Communist Party,” Robert O’Brien said.

Did Evangelicals swing to Biden? Not hardly.
Trump won 81 percent of the evangelical vote to Joe Biden’s 14 percent. Biden won a smaller share of the evangelical vote than Hillary Clinton did (16 percent), and the smallest percentage ever recorded for a major-party presidential nominee.