In early 2020, the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) received a $250 million grant from Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and his wife. Then October 2020, they announced they were donating an additional $100 million to CTCL, with reports stating it may have been as high as $500 million. Listed as a … Continue reading Washoe County Accepted Private Money to Conduct 2020 Election
My Cousin Elmo says, "'COFFEE' spelled backwards 'EEFFOC,' which, when prefaced with 'I don't give...' is exactly how I feel before my first cup in the morning."
Tonney Cooper pulled the old discarded jacket on. Stuffing his hands in the front pockets, he was surprised to find an old COVID-19 mask from 2020 in one of them. “What a strange year that was,” he thought as he set the mask aside and stretched his arms to see how well it fit. Though … Continue reading Ten Years On
In 1984, Sequoia Pacific System Corporation purchased the voting machine business of AVM Corporation (the former Automatic Voting Machine Corporation) and reorganized it as Sequoia Voting Systems. By the time Sequoia bought the AVM voting business, the AVM Automatic Voting Computer (AVC) was ready for market. Under Sequoia’s ownership, AVC was certified for use in … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot (Pt. 3 of 8)
As a youngster, one of the television programs that used to come on in the afternoon was ‘Gilligan’s Island.’ Reruns, but it generally beat out the Merv Griffin Show, as I’d sit the couch with an after school snack of whatever I scrounged the fridge or cupboard. Years later, my dad and I were watching … Continue reading Dawn Elberta Wells, 1938-2020
It began as a distant rumble and a few bangs. Before anyone knew it, Zaxxers were racing through the neighborhood, burning homes, killing people, and looting everything that wasn’t nailed down. Gene Arlo lived alone and didn’t have much worth stealing, still, they came, smashing in his front door, chasing him out the back. On … Continue reading Not Today
Brad Chambers was on his fifth beer, seated on his Panther Valley back porch, looking out over the Nevada scrub. His yard ran adjacent to Bureau of Land Management property. He watched the green headlights creep along the distant ravine. “Ain’t no vehicle’s supposed to be out there,” he said, deciding to investigate. It didn’t … Continue reading Spider-Bug, Pt. 3
Smartmatic first established a presence in the United States in 2000 in Boca Raton, Florida, then moved its headquarters to Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 2004, before opening new headquarters in London in 2012. Smartmatic’s voting solution was first implemented in the August 2004 recall referendum against President Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, and was successful in … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 2 of 8)
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske says there is no truth to the allegations that she forwarded private voter information to a Pakistani-based intelligence company. Talk about parsing words. While not a Pakistani intelligence company, she did send the information to a Pakistani tech company with tied to that country’s intelligence agency. As she’s claiming … Continue reading Nevada’s SoS Goes on the Defensive
Reporter's Notebook: I'm so glad I don't have a child in post-secondary school anymore, I'd be in prison by now... A Las Vegas, Nevada high school senior is suing a taxpayer-funded charter school over its Critical Race Theory-based curriculum. Filed Dec. 22 in federal court, William Clark claims his First and 14th Amendment rights are … Continue reading Social Justice Lessons Challenged by Nevada Student
From a phone call with a local state senator: “So, will anything be done about Secretary Cegavske’s actions regarding these recent elections?” "I can't answer that on the record." "Okay, off the record then." “Probably not." From the Way-Back Machine: Carson City, Dec. 3, 2004 – State Controller Kathy Augustine left the Senate on Saturday … Continue reading Probably Not
Where it had come from, no one really knew. It had simply appeared one day on the playa of the Black Rock Desert. The Bureau of Land Management shipped it south of Reno, to it offices. There, it stood for a few years, next to the maintenance sheds before being sold to the City of … Continue reading Spider-Bug, Pt. 2
In the 2020 U.S. presidential election, with public opinion, on election day November 3rd, overwhelmingly in favor of President Trump, the preliminary results from the mainstream media on the morning of November 4th showed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden winning the Presidential contest over President Trump. While Biden’s team was celebrating, evidence of ballot fraud … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 1 of 8)
My Cousin Elmo says, "For only a buck-64-a-day, you can sponsor an American for a year, jus' like Congress."
UPDATE: Called Cegavske's office, identified myself and who I work for and they refused to put me through to her or make a comment on her behalf, then hung up on me. Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske “forwarded personally identifiable voter information to Kavtech, a private Pakistani-based business intelligence firm with close ties to … Continue reading Nevada’s Cegavske Gives Voter Info to Pakistan
Raymond laid beneath his open sleeping bag, cardboard box protecting him from the sidewalk. He was enjoying the effects of the drug he’d jus’ syringed into his veins. As he spaced-out, headlights of the metal sculpture across the street suddenly blinked a vivid green. He understood it was an hallucination. Then the sculpture stretched it’s … Continue reading Spider-Bug, Pt. 1
Under the guise of nonprofit, nonpartisan get-out-the-vote (GOTV) campaigns, Native American voter advocacy groups in Nevada handed out gift cards, electronics, clothing, and other items to voters in tribal areas, in many cases documenting the exchange of ballots for “prizes” on Facebook pages, sometimes even while wearing Joe Biden campaign gear. Simply put, this is … Continue reading Federal Government Funding Native American’s Illegal GOTV
My Cousin Elmo says, “You couldn’t handle me when I was broke, how you gonna handle me when I get my 600-bucks?”
As Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske continues to claim there is no evidence of voter fraud in the state, at least 23 Las Vegas precincts and their percentage of voter turnout, show otherwise: Precinct #1384--104.89% Voter Turn Out Precinct #1644--150.00% Voter Turn Out Precinct #1685--120.00% Voter Turn Out Precinct #1711--149.19% Voter Turn Out Precinct … Continue reading Voter Turn Out Up 152% in 23 Vegas Precincts
Beavers react to the sound of Running water by building dams. It is an urge so ingrained that They’ll pile wood atop a speaker Should it sounds like a stream. That’s how I am with writing; I constantly hear running water As it pours through my soul Filtered, pure and refreshing.
In March 2017, Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske signed off on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in response to a lawsuit filed by the Las Vegas ACLU and Mi Familia Vota Education Fund to enforce the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) in Nevada. “We are grateful for the opportunity to have participated in … Continue reading Persons of Color Misused in Election Deception
It was his usual after-dinner walk. Joined by his dog, Chuck Malring weaved his way between the sage and creosote bushes. Over the rise, he paused momentarily while the dog sniffed about. Near the base, he discovered thousands of leggy orbs. ‘Daddy Long Legs,” he smiled as the dog scurried away, tail tucked between its … Continue reading A Different Kind of Orb
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske continues her refusal to investigate any form of possible voter fraud and she began before the 2020 elections were even held. Nevada Assemblyman Cameron Miller, a Democrat, claimed to live at the address he listed on the formal election paperwork he swore was truthful. Now its come to light … Continue reading Nevada’s SoS has History of Avoiding Investigations
My Cousin Elmo says, "The COVID-19 crisis is the first time it can actually be proven that state governments are using Common Core math."
“I really want that old car we saw,” he said. “Your new device isn’t enough?” she asked. “I want something that I can tinker on,” he said. Next morning as he backed from the garage, he saw a large black car, under a red bow, parked across the driveway. The passenger door stood invitingly open. … Continue reading The God of Gifts
My Cousin Elmo says, "I grew up watching Coyote/Roadrunner cartoons, so I know not to stand on random 'X's."
My Cousin Elmo says, "You know we're in trouble when science is searching the galaxy for intelligent life everywhere but Earth."
During a recent tour of Donovan Mill in Gold Hill, Nevada for a newspaper article on the historic mineral processing plant, I heard a disembodied voice say, "Hello!" While there, I took about one hundred photographs of the place. In this one frame, jus' beyond the large cyanide vats on the second floor, I captured … Continue reading The Thing in the Corner
The lead vessel ‘Dragon ’ dropped from hyper-drive and hovered outside of the thick radiation belt. Navigating the belt would leave the one thousand ship armada visible for a few minutes, but that was the chance that had to be taken if their objective were to be obtained. It had been a difficult time on … Continue reading O-Bethlehem
The Trump campaign may have lost its Nevada court case, but questions about Nevada’s election system remain unanswered. The Trump campaign “never once presented sufficient evidence of widespread fraud,” Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford tweeted. “Yes, they spouted nonsense in the media. But they never backed it up in court.” Ford and other government officials … Continue reading The Real Losers in Nevada’s Voting Fraud
We had jus’ stepped out of the southeast corner of the main building, which was still under reconstruction. The woman volunteer was explaining how, the walls had buckled and the grizzly, which is used to separate different grades of ore, had been left dangling precariously in the air. Next to me was a man, another … Continue reading Joe the Ghost
Few things are more direct than offering people the chance to win Visa gift cards for voting and it’s not a widely used strategy, because federal law, 18 USC 597 to be exact, prohibits offering or making “an expenditure to any person, either to vote or withhold his vote.” “Whoever makes or offers to make … Continue reading Nevada Tribes Buy Votes
It was a quiet morning as Brady sat by the campfire, nursing a cup of hot coffee with a touch of whiskey in it, and cooking a thick piece of bacon. It was around the same time that he heard a curious sound from behind, so he turned to look. Of all the sights he … Continue reading Imaginary Nevada: December 22, 1920
My Cousin Elmo says, "Sky watchers beware as Pluto will be in direct alignment with Uranus, so avoid bending over near strange dogs."
The black rotary telephone rang and Agnes picked it up, “Hello?” On the other end was a female in hysterics. She was screaming something about “get him to the hospital now, before he dies.” Then the line went dead. “Who was that?” her husband, Bill asked. “I don’t know,” she said, “But she sounded really … Continue reading Dialed-in
Sonny figured that with a pandemic sweeping the world, he'd lock himself away in his home and do nothing but eat, drink and write. After all, he was a world-renown author and he’d always longed to do exactly that. But that was over 270 days ago and no one had seen him since. Finally, a … Continue reading Whose Still Here
Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegasvke, was the keynote speaker, via Zoom, Thursday, Dec. 17, at the Spring Mountain Republican Women’s Luncheon, in Las Vegas, where she was asked about voter fraud and the Dominion election systems. Cegasvke, a Republican, said that she has not seen any evidence of voter fraud, claiming neither the NV … Continue reading Nevada is the Deep State
Here's the lede for a news article from a Southern Nevada television station showing the absolute ignorance of our media regarding the U.S. Constitution, Nevada law and the electoral college: “LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Hours after Nevada’s six electors cast their votes for President-elect Joe Biden through the official state process, the Nevada Republican Party’s … Continue reading The Media is the REAL Virus
The fruit of the poisonous tree is a legal metaphor used to describe evidence that is obtained illegally. The logic is that if the source (the "tree") of the evidence or evidence itself is tainted, then anything gained (the "fruit") from it is tainted as well. From the media over the past five years: Putin … Continue reading Media is the Poisonous Tree
George Soros gave $530k to State Victory Action. State Victory Action then gives $100K to Nevada Conservation League Political Action Committee. Nevada Conservation League Political Action Committee made numerous donations to Democrats. Those funds were also spent on other candidates and political activities.
UPDATE: A Clark County judge has denied a lawsuit seeking a new election for a contentious and narrowly decided Clark County Commission seat sought by Republican Stavros Anthony in his narrow to Democrat Ross Miller. Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez denied the motion in a brief order on Thursday, writing that she could not apply a state law allowing … Continue reading And the Cheat Goes On
My Cousin Elmo says, "Sadly, the Ten Commandments, the U.S. Constitution and the truth are all going out of print."
In the first documents of their kind showing that the Obama U.S. Justice Department played a role in the 2014 asset forfeiture brought against a Ukrainian oligarch in the United Kingdom bout the time Hunter Biden was hired on Burisma’s board, the newly released diplomatic emails also show that Vice President Joe Biden's office was … Continue reading Biden Knew Oligarch was Corrupt
My Cousin Elmo says, "It's nice to see how the Democrats are kind enough to hire a Jamaican woman to take care of an old White man."
Nevada's White Pine County Commission passed Resolution 2020-76 on Dec. 9, declaring their own “Economic Emergency” under Nevada Revised Statute NRS 414, voiding Governor Steve Sisolak’s ‘one-size-fits-all’ emergency orders. Nevada currently has the second highest unemployment rate in the nation, 12 percent. Only Hawaii is worse, at 14.3 percent. White Pine, on the other hand, … Continue reading Nevada’s White Pine County Takes the Bull by the Horns
My Cousin Elmo says, "Y'all think 2020's been a bad year, jus' wait till it turns 21 and starts drinking."
Nevada precinct workers will not ask to see a voter's ID. In fact, by law, they’ can’t. This is from the days when Democrats and then-Nevada Senator Harry Reid accused Republicans of racism, all because they wanted to require everyone to show their IDs before voting. But here’s a funny, little fact about Reid: if … Continue reading Buildings Before Ballots
My Cousin Elmo says, "I told Santa what I wanted for Christmas. He washed my mouth out with soap."
My Cousin Elmo says, "Drink, drank, drunk is 2020's version of stink, stank, stunk."
My Cousin Elmo says, "I'd take a gun shot before I'd take a COVID shot."
A listing of a quarter-million Communist Chinese Party members has been made available by the dissident group, the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China. Of those 250,000 names, allegedly 52,000 are Americans, 35,000 Australians, 10,000 Indian, 9,700 British, 5,000 Canadians, 2,100 Indonesians, 1,400 Malaysia, 793 New Zealanders and 138 Papua New Guinea. So far, these are the … Continue reading Communist China Party Members Outed
My Cousin Elmo says, "Anyone know what the boiling point is for tar? Asking for a friend."
“Tensions were high Saturday in downtown Carson City in front of the Nevada Legislature building as a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally attracted both a group of people affiliated with the Proud Boys, as well as an armed militia,” writes someone calling themselves 'Admin' (which the same as saying 'an unnamed source,) for CarsonNow.org. This is … Continue reading The Travesty that is Our Local Media Coverage
Her name was Martha McKay. She died March 25, 2020. Murdered at Snowden House, Horse Shoe Lake, Hughes, Arkansas. Her killer also murdered her mother and cousin, 23-years previously. Martha renovated an 1861 home in Virginia City, Nevada. She left the Comstock in 2004 and I'm trying to learn which historic home she saved. So … Continue reading Seeking Martha McKay
What did Americans think after declaring independence, fighting a war, creating a new Constitutional Republic only to be thrust into a new war less than twenty years later with the same Government and our own people? What did Americans think during three terms of FDR, that was real long term socialism in America and where … Continue reading American Think
Former Vice-president Joe Biden is reported to have claimed victory in Nevada with more than 33,000 votes over President Trump. Biden, according to Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske, had a total of 703,486 votes statewide, while Trump had only 669, 890. However, considering the underreported targeted voter fraud, as attested to through hundreds of signed … Continue reading Nevada Election Breakdown
Governor Steve Sisolak said Nevada's 'three week pause' would end today, Dec. 12, but his lockdown directive doesn't have an ending date. The Devil is in the details and Nevada has yet to hear from our Dear Leader...
My Cousin Elmo says, "Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is married to a Chinese woman named Priscilla Chan. The more you know, the more you'll be censored."
The supreme Court may have failed in its duty to hold accountable the various states believed to have been involved in targeted voter fraud, but I refuse to stand down. Instead, as I find it, I will expose the criminal malcontents throughout Nevada, naming names and making every fact uncovered, a matter of public record. … Continue reading The Hunt Continues
Dred Scott v. Stanford Buck v. Bell Korematsu v. the U.S. NFIB v. Sebelius Brueswitz v. Wyeth Kelo v. City of New London Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker Texas v. Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin Last night I was absolutely distraught, discouraged, and depressed over the clearly errant and unconstitutional opinion rendered by the supreme … Continue reading Where Hope Lays
Following up on a news story, reported here about license sex worker, Alice Little and her uphill battle to regain the right to work from a legal brothel in Nevada, she has opened a GoFundMe campaign called, “Legal Defense Fund for Nevada Brothels” to help raise money in her ongoing lawsuit against Nevada’s governor for … Continue reading Nevada Sex Worker Opens GoFundMe Account
My Cousin Elmo says, "According to our government, deviation from the norm shall be punishable by law unless they can exploit it."
First there was Senator Dianne Feinstein and her Chinese spy/chauffeur in 2018. Then earlier in 2020, we learned about former-Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter's connection to the Chinese Communist Party. Then last week it was discovered that Congressmen Eric Stalwell had literally been in bed with the Chinese spy ring. Could it … Continue reading Harry’s China-connection Becomes Clearer
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants,” President Thomas Jefferson wrote in a 1787 letter to William Stephens Smith, the son-in-law of John Adams. Had the third U.S. President been a Nevada citizen and written this now famous and oft-quoted sentence on Facebook in … Continue reading Nevada Attempts to Breach Free Speech
My Cousin Elmo says, "More than once I said, 'Screw the Chinese Communists.' Little did I know that Congressman Stalwell was listening."
It’s been a struggle to write anything meaningful today. I’ve been busy depressing myself with Nevada news articles that deal with little more than either the election or COVID-19. The more I learn, the more I want to unlearn. Unfortunately, it is my job to know as much as I can before sitting down to … Continue reading Hack?
Someone dumped a bunch of voter registration numbers for Washoe County, Nevada, the county that I live in, in my lap... Sources: https:// http://www. washoecounty.us/voters/files/20_general_ab_ev_files/%5BFile_Name_Goes_Here%5D **Note: [File_Name_Goes_Here] = one of the file names mentioned below File Types and Names: General Election Voter registration Files: ab_ev_file_MM_DD_YY.xls These are daily general election voter registration and ballot files for that date. … Continue reading A Washoe County Voter Registration Dump
As a resident of Nevada and a news reporter, I feel as if I’m the only one digging down to find the truth. There is so much that isn’t being covered by either the National media or our local media. Look what 10 or 15 minutes of online research has yielded. From Nevada’s own state … Continue reading Seventy-seven Thousand Plus Reasons to Cry Foul
While the national media decries, ‘wide-spread voter fraud,’ and presses the issue that President Trump is a sore loser and former Vice-president Biden is the President-elect, only six places: Clark County, NV, Maricopa County, AZ, Milwaukee, Detroit, Atlanta, and Philadelphia, were actually targeted for election fraud on Nov. 3, 2020. Setting that aside, documentation shows … Continue reading Election Fraud, an Open Secret for Years
With Nevada one of eight states, plus the District of Columbia, that conducted its election via a universal absentee ballot system, meaning that every registered voter was sent a ballot whether or not it was requested, the Republicans claim the state received eight-and-a-half times the number of votes as it did in the 2016 election, … Continue reading Lack of Media and Voter Integrity Go Hand-in-Hand in Nevada
“The germ of dissolution of our federal government is in the constitution of the federal Judiciary; an irresponsible body (for impeachment is scarcely a scare-crow) working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing its noiseless step like a thief, over the field of jurisdiction, until all … Continue reading Only in Nevada
The launch motored slowly around the sunken behemoth. A half-moon cast odd shadows on the ocean’s surface, but made the men’s work of collecting newly risen oil from the old ship easier. The men, each in uniform, worked with a silent reverence as they viewed the water-logged deck below them. There, men scrambled port to … Continue reading And Then There were Two
This article was first begun in June 2006, following a conversation with then-Nevada Secretary of State Dean Heller but was placed on hold, then died from lack of interest and a change in employment status. In this conversation Heller and I discussed the new electronic voting machines the state had purchased from Sequoia Voting Systems, … Continue reading Beyond the Pregnant Chad: A Nevada History
My Cousin Elmo says, "Remember when we used to eat birthday cake after someone blew all over it? Man, we were wild."
This gets so exhausting. Treated as a straight-up news article, I posted this to FB only to have 'authorities' claim it to be 'misinformation...' FOLLOW UP 2: The Buckeye Police Department said the bus was full of office equipment and that the bus driver had a receipt for the content. Authorities say that the original … Continue reading Bus Found to Be Transporting Voting Machines
Uncle Adam innocently called the abandon logging truck a ‘man-eater.’ This, after the third accident, the chassis and cab were left in a field off the main road. At five or maybe six, I developed a fear of that truck. Every time we drove by, I watched, afraid it would jump up and devour me. … Continue reading Semiochophobia
My Cousin Elmo says, "I installed Dominion software on my Facebook page and went from 390 friends to 80 million overnight."
My Cousin Elmo says, "My wife's wisdom is such that she asked, 'Explain to me why anyone would waste time taking the temperature of a man. I've never seen a man with a fever, up and walking around.'"
My Cousin Elmo says, "I never realizes how anti-social I was until this pandemic hit and very little changed."
Morning time arrives at my front porch, in our part of the high desert land, where the sun has begun its lengthy journey westward. Dark blue turns gray. It is here, that I enjoy a piping hot cup of coffee in one hand and with the other, the soft-fur ears of my dog. We shall … Continue reading Coffee and Dog Ears
My Cousin Elmo says, "I walked into the bar and ordered a Corona and two Hurricanes. The bartender replied, 'That'll be 20.20.'"
The moment I laid eyes on her, I was smitten. She became my patroness, my Moon-child, my Diana. I ebbed and flowed at her sight, her will. She directed my every movement from her silver chariot and I knew her as my goddess of light. My earthly symbol of purity, I wanted nothing else, save … Continue reading For My Wife, Mary
Due to some unforeseen boredom on my part, I decided to make up a new writing game for myself and for you to participate in. On WordPress, go to your reader and open it. Right under the search bar you’ll find a set of three random words, labeled as suggestions. The challenge is to use … Continue reading A New Writing Challenge
My Cousin Elmo says, "Thinkpol rectifies unperson Trumpcrimethinkers unbellyfeel Demsoc speakwrite malquoted election doubleplus unfree. Whoa, I'm thinker than I drunk I am."
My Cousin Elmo says, "Examine everything on social media with a stoic eye, but don't forget to blink."
Following up on, ‘Nightmare at the Alternative Care Site,’ about Renown Medical Center’s COVID overflow center. A medical doctor working there, took a selfie. It was high-jacked and used without his permission. President Trump retweeted it, Governor Sisolak took offense. Feelings got hurt. Hopefully, that’s the end of the story, but probably not.
My friend H.H.R. Gorman posted an entry to her blog, '5 Tests You Should Put Your Story (or Characters) Through,' that has knocked the writing socks off my feet, especially when it comes to the readability. Much of my work it seems, is hard to read and comes out at the eleventh and twelfth grade … Continue reading Readability
Reverend Greene was on fire with the word of God that Sunday morning. He preached hell-fire, brimstone, equating current happenings on Earth with the Book of Revelation. “I was reading the newspaper last Tuesday morning,” he thundered, “And I saw where large earthquakes are striking the outer rim of the Pacific Ocean. They call this … Continue reading Spanish Lesson
This subject got me booted from FB for three-days after I defended myself from pretty mean attack, including the wish that I 'would die...,' so needless to say, I have heard it all. Guess my media credentials are not as good as the other media credentials, you know the ones that toe-the-line and fall in … Continue reading Nightmare at the Alternative Care Site
President Trump is a liar. He had help from the Russian’s in order to defeat Hillary Clinton. Dominion Voting machines are secure and therefore President-elect Joe Biden won the recent election with 80-million votes. Trump is simply a sore loser. COVID-19 did not originate in China. It was a disease developed by one of the … Continue reading A Note from the Left-side of my Brain
The truth in news reporting has been displaced by facts and citation. Rarely, is it that someone can report on something without it being called 'opinion' or a 'lie,' even when the traffic accident was personally witnessed and the reporter tangentially involved.
This year 2020, Georgio was prepared to fly to unexplored lands that only his mind could imagine. He had done everything possible to make the long tethers as secure as possible and their ends as fragrant to the Monarch's as he could. Once their northward migration began, he hurried to his tightly-woven basket and waited … Continue reading Georgio the Explorer