HE is Risen! Rejoice all ye Faithful.
There are many to chose from in Wallethub’s 2021 Happiest Cities list.
They also for Best and Worst Places to Families and more.
Yeah, note the metrics they use, be cognizant that these are only larger towns, and then see if you can spot some trends. The grass is sometimes greener and some places – I’ll not name them – are just plain terrible.
January 2021 may be the greatest month in American history. Vox Day sums up rumors and allegations to beat the band.
Bill Gates is going down as well.
George Bush 41 and 43, Bill and Hillary, and Obama all ran crime families, and they ran them out of the Oval Office. He said he believes the notes given at Bush 41’s funeral said, “I’m sorry, but they know it all.”
Under the 2018 EO on voting integrity, President Trump will have the power to seize all the assets of the Fake News mainstream media once things start happening, because they have profited from trying to aid China in voter fraud.
He also points out there were reports of gunfire before the bombing, and that it is inconsistent with a lone bomber, and might indicate good guys killed the bomber before he positioned the bomb appropriately, and that is why the bomber failed to destroy the “evidence” he was trying to destroy.
Lin says he believes if the election is shown to be fraudulent, all down-ballot elections may have to be re-held.
President Trump will prove to be the greatest President in the history of the United States.
There is so much more. Is any of it true? And, if so, will accusation give way to action. There is, in the alternative, the chance January 2021 may be the absolute end of America. We’re about to find out.
PS: In any event, it might be a REALLY good idea to prepare for civil unrest.
Or foreplanning? Or maybe a good guess? Whatever it is, read this (boring) law review article drafted up in 2019 for publication by Loyola, Chicago.
Preparing for a Disputed Presidential Election:
An Exercise in Election Risk Assessment
Edward B. Foley*
This Article considers the possibility that a major dispute over the
outcome of the 2020 presidential election could arise, even without foreign
interference or some other extraordinary event, but rather just from the
ordinary process of counting ballots. …
Yeah, it’s remarkably accurate. However, it misses – as law reviews are prone to miss, the existence and action of the Executive Branch. Very interesting.