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By A.W. Morgan on 11/22/2020

The "Biden Rush" Has Begun. Brace For The Great Replacement

The “Biden Rush” has already begun. October’s tally of illegal alien apprehensions at our southwest border was 69,237, up 20 percent from September’s nearly 58,000, and up a mind-boggling 305 percent from April.

That’s not surprising: in the age of the cell-phone, potential infiltrators are acutely aware of the U.S. political climate[Biden win bolsters asylum seekers' hopes of policy shift, By Laura Gottesdiener, Jose Luis Gonzalez, Reuters, November 7, 2020].

But perhaps more surprising: October 1 was also the end of the Federal government’s Fiscal Year 2020, so we now know that an appalling total of some 2 million apprehensions occurred in President Donald J. Trump’s first term (303,916 2017, 396,579 FY 2018, 851,508 FY 2019, 400,651 FY 20.20) despite his heroic struggle against the Deep State (and do-nothing Congressional Republicans). Actual infiltration is assumed to be some multiple of apprehensions. So what would happen under a Biden Administration—which absolutely, positively wants to Elect A New People?

Since fiscal 2012, the data show, border agents have apprehended 4 million infiltrators. To put that number in perspective, that’s twice the population of Houston, Texas—and, remember, that’s just the ones who were caught.

Illegal infiltration under Trump has been through several stages. (See chart).

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Re: A Talk Radio Listener Says That The Dominion Voting Systems User Manual Details All The Security Risks Of Their Machines From: An Anonymous Reader [Send him mail] Per your request in the video about Dominion, here is a link that may help for the manuals, via Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold's official web page. Dominion Voting Systems Voting System Documentation  Note: Dominion Voting...
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Post By Brenda Walker on 11/21/2020
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Article By Lance Welton on 11/21/2020

Network television used to love “conflict,” and the more acrimonious and hate-filled the better. As pack animals, humans are fascinated by intense disagreements, especially between their leaders, and by fights in general [Why Do We Enjoy Watching Other People Fight?, By Christian Jarrett, Science Focus, 2020]. So intense political conflict means more viewers and more add revenue. But clearly this doesn’t apply to the disputed Trump-Biden election.  All the Main Stream Media has adopted the “narrative” that “Biden is the President-Elect,” essentially ignoring the “conflict” happening behind the scenes, rendering their broadcasts bland and hardly worth watching. Why?

After all, you would think that the networks would be elated. Able to present the U.S. as a country in crisis, on the brink of self-destruction, there could be constant, dramatic, rolling news bulletins—all of them more than paying for the commercials by which they’d be regularly interrupted. Biden-supporters would ardently insist that their man won “fair and square,” Trump supporters would deplore the “steal” and insist they weren’t going to give in. News networks used to live for situations like this—as they did during the Gore-Bush “conflict.” What happened?

A key part of the answer: we live in a remarkably different world from that of the year 2000. As I have reported before, the U.S. has suddenly become much more polarized. Modelling by Russian biologist Peter Turchin, Professor of Evolutionary Biology at the University of Connecticut, has found that America is as polarized now as it was at the beginning of the Civil War. This has led him to predict that the 2020s will be a decade of quite incredible strife and unrest. The causes he highlights:

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By A.W. Morgan on 11/22/2020

The "Biden Rush" Has Begun. Brace For The Great Replacement

The “Biden Rush” has already begun. October’s tally of illegal alien apprehensions at our southwest border was 69,237, up 20 percent from September’s nearly 58,000, and up a mind-boggling 305 percent from April.

That’s not surprising: in the age of the cell-phone, potential infiltrators are acutely aware of the U.S. political climate[Biden win bolsters asylum seekers' hopes of policy shift, By Laura Gottesdiener, Jose Luis Gonzalez, Reuters, November 7, 2020].

But perhaps more surprising: October 1 was also the end of the Federal government’s Fiscal Year 2020, so we now know that an appalling total of some 2 million apprehensions occurred in President Donald J. Trump’s first term (303,916 2017, 396,579 FY 2018, 851,508 FY 2019, 400,651 FY 20.20) despite his heroic struggle against the Deep State (and do-nothing Congressional Republicans). Actual infiltration is assumed to be some multiple of apprehensions. So what would happen under a Biden Administration—which absolutely, positively wants to Elect A New People?

Since fiscal 2012, the data show, border agents have apprehended 4 million infiltrators. To put that number in perspective, that’s twice the population of Houston, Texas—and, remember, that’s just the ones who were caught.

Illegal infiltration under Trump has been through several stages. (See chart).

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By Lance Welton on 11/21/2020

Network television used to love “conflict,” and the more acrimonious and hate-filled the better. As pack animals, humans are fascinated by intense disagreements, especially between their leaders, and by fights in general [Why Do We Enjoy Watching Other People Fight?, By Christian Jarrett, Science Focus, 2020]. So intense political conflict means more viewers and more add revenue. But clearly this doesn’t apply to the disputed Trump-Biden election.  All the Main Stream Media has adopted the “narrative” that “Biden is the President-Elect,” essentially ignoring the “conflict” happening behind the scenes, rendering their broadcasts bland and hardly worth watching. Why?

After all, you would think that the networks would be elated. Able to present the U.S. as a country in crisis, on the brink of self-destruction, there could be constant, dramatic, rolling news bulletins—all of them more than paying for the commercials by which they’d be regularly interrupted. Biden-supporters would ardently insist that their man won “fair and square,” Trump supporters would deplore the “steal” and insist they weren’t going to give in. News networks used to live for situations like this—as they did during the Gore-Bush “conflict.” What happened?

A key part of the answer: we live in a remarkably different world from that of the year 2000. As I have reported before, the U.S. has suddenly become much more polarized. Modelling by Russian biologist Peter Turchin, Professor of Evolutionary Biology at the University of Connecticut, has found that America is as polarized now as it was at the beginning of the Civil War. This has led him to predict that the 2020s will be a decade of quite incredible strife and unrest. The causes he highlights:

By Wayne Allensworth on 11/20/2020

The recent rhubarb in the Democratic Party between “Progressives” and “Moderates” over a sub-par performance in Congressional elections highlighted one of the major divisions within what Steve Sailer calls the “Coalition of the Fringes”—the division between Hard Left socialists and managerial neo-liberals. The post-Americans who want to rule over us apparently can’t get along.

The Hard Leftists, led by the seemingly ubiquitous Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, known to one and all as “AOC,” don’t like some of the talk they hear from the neo-liberal/globalist “Moderates.” The “Moderates” blame the Hard Left’s “Defund The Police” campaign for the Democrats’ lost seats in the House. As they see it, the much anticipated “Blue Wave” they had hoped for broke up on the shoals of utopian radical positions pushed by the Hard Left.

Representative Abigail Spanberger (D-Va), for instance, bluntly told AOC and her fellow “Squad” members that “No one should say ‘defund the police” ever again.” [Dem leaders warn liberal rhetoric could blow Georgia races, by Heather Caygle and Sarah Ferris, Politico, November 5, 2020]

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 11/20/2020
With the Pentagon's announcement that U.S. forces in Afghanistan will be cut in half—to 2,500—by inauguration day, after 19 years, it appears the end to America's longest war may be in sight. The Pentagon also announced a reduction of U.S. troop levels in Iraq to 2,500 by mid-January. In 2003, we invaded and occupied Iraq to remove a perceived threat from Saddam Hussein and to disarm that nation of...
By Washington Watcher II on 11/19/2020

Previously: Biden’s Immigration Arrogance May Cost Dems Vital Georgia Senate Seats

Election fraud aside, Joe Biden seems poised to take the White House. The former vice president will make immigration a top priority, and he plans a blizzard of actions to wreck President Trump’s achievements. Yet immigration patriots shouldn’t despair. This isn’t 2013, and Trump remains the central figure of the GOP. It’s unlikely a mass Amnesty will pass, and it won’t be so easy for Biden and his Treason Lobby fellow travelers to open the borders and flood the country with new instant Democrats.

The “president-elect’s” first priority: reversing Trumpism through executive action. At the top of Bidens’s list: fully restoring Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which legalizes illegal aliens smuggled across the border as minors. Trump tried to end this program, but the kritarchs blocked him. Biden could legalize at least 640,000 illegals and allow tens of thousands more to apply for the program. He may also abolish Trump’s travel ban on terrorist, anti-American countries [Biden plans sweeping reversal of Trump's immigration agenda, by Camilo Montoya-Galvez, CBS News, November 11, 2020].

As well, Biden will handcuff immigration law enforcement. He aims to impose a 100-day deportation freeze as he liberalizes border controls and lowers deportations. He also intends to reduce border security funding and stop building Trump’s wall.

By Scot Olmstead on 11/18/2020

The 2016 Presidential election results (remember them?) were a vindication of four people:

Buchanan was a prophet—a man of foresight, courage, and vision who loved his people and delivered a warning that went unheeded. Trump had the benefit of running in light of the damage and wreckage that Buchanan predicted.

But four years later, pending the outcome of legal challenges raising legitimate questions about irregularities, anomalies and possible election fraud, we sit on the precipice of a Joe Biden presidency.

Joe Biden! A man who is arguably senile, when not convinced he is really Neil Kinnock, who ran a McKinley-style campaign from his basement in Delaware and who plans to open America’s borders.

What happened?

Here I’m relying on Fox News/ Associated Press’s analyses of voting behavior, which can be contrasted with its 2016 exit poll data. I have to say, though, that the data is much-disputed and is definitely subject to revision. But given its methodology and sample size, the data produced by Fox/AP appear to me to be the most accurate for now.

Republicans have been crowing about their alleged success in expanding the party’s demographic base in the 2020 election. But the GOP’s advance among racial minorities was more than off-set by marginal but decisive decreases in the white vote.

Quite a few in the commentariat, including some who should know better, are claiming that Trump is creating a multi-racial working class party that threatens to undermine the Democratic Party. But they are not reckoning with the fact of Trump’s losses in the Rust Belt or the reasons for them:

1) Despite much chatter to the contrary, Donald Trump did not win a larger share of the black vote in 2020.

In both 2016 and 2020, according to Fox/AP, Trump won 8% of blacks respectively. Moreover, blacks were a smaller share of the electorate in 2020 (11%) than 2016 (12%).

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