Stephen Timmons, 1956-2021


More bad news as my cousin Stephen Timmons died January 22, following an accident in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, where he lived. He jus' turned 65, having been born in Enid, Oklahoma, January 3, 1956. We had only ever met once in 1964 when I was three, and he was seven and that was at my … Continue reading Stephen Timmons, 1956-2021

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Stacking the Fact-checking Deck


All fact-checkers used by organizations like Facebook, Associated Press, and others must be certified before being approved and licensed by the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN.) And while I am not a fact-checker, I'm pretty thorough about the facts I present. Unfortunately, I'm still having trouble with various social media platforms and their fact-checkers. To that … Continue reading Stacking the Fact-checking Deck


My Cousin Elmo says, "In one day, President Biden's gone from 'Elect me because I have a plan to stop COVID' to 'Trump didn't leave us a plan.'"* *CNN repeated Biden's claim that Trump didn't leave the Biden administration a plan for vaccine distribution, never mind that millions of vaccines have already been given out. … Continue reading

Nevada’s Perfect Election Fraud Storm


After the Nevada State Primary Election in June 2020, a Special Session of the State Legislature was called by Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak to change the state’s voting procedures. Assembly Bill 4 (AB4) is a measure modifying election procedures during periods of declared emergency as currently exists due to COVID-19. "It is important to point … Continue reading Nevada’s Perfect Election Fraud Storm

Poster Child


Jericho lost his device from his work-station. He searched everywhere but finally had to report the loss. “Unable to track,” the automated voice of the screen said, “You will receive a new device in three days.” All-day Jericho remained distracted, anxious, eventually growing sick to his stomach, profusely sweating and trembling uncontrollably. His productivity dropped … Continue reading Poster Child

Dems Calling for Nevada Assemblywoman’s Resignation


Newly elected Republican Nevada Assemblywoman Annie Black of Mesquite, Nevada was in Washington D.C., in support of President Donald Trump when the Capitol Building was stormed. “I’ve attended over a dozen Trump rallies over the past few years, including the one in Bullhead City in October,” Black wrote in an op-ed. “They’ve been nothing but … Continue reading Dems Calling for Nevada Assemblywoman’s Resignation

Bulls Eye


"Jus' fucking shoot me now! No one gets it. No one really cares. Not even my wife. And no, I don't want the blindfold, nor do I need a cigarette. My nerves are jus' fine. Okay, I'll take the blindfold, you insistent, Bastard! The yellow one, please. Make it quick."

Unseeded


A friend suggested planting this cone. A wonderful idea. The seeds are gone though, blown away by the perennial and hapless wind or eaten, and by now defecated where ever the animal has decided, only to grow wild or wither away, unnurtured, or worse -- to never grow again.

Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 8 of 8)


Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg’s Chicago-based nonprofit Center for Tech and Civic Life delivered grants to election offices in more than 2,500 jurisdictions across the country, including in Nevada, with both Washoe and Clark Counties receiving funds. Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, gave $250 million to the group with another $100 million heading to the … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 8 of 8)

Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 7 of 8)


Election integrity analysts have long been concerned about Dominion Voting Systems and it’s alleged tampering of election equipment during manufacturing. Dominion Voting Systems software is used in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, Nevada, Minnesota, and in Maricopa County, Arizona. Dominion Voting Systems has ties to prominent Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Bill and Hillary Clinton. … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 7 of 8)

It is in the Wording not the Rewording


After reading Congressman Louis Gohmert, of Texas, failed lawsuit asking to clarify whether Vice-president Mike Pence is to follow the 12th Amendment or if an 1887 law is the vice-president’s final guide as to the electoral count of Jan. 6, it came into sharp focus that we have been again victimized by the mainstream media. … Continue reading It is in the Wording not the Rewording

Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 6 of 8)


Staple Street Capital is a private equity firm founded in 2009 based in New York. Co-founder Stephen D. Owens is a veteran of The Carlyle Group and Cerberus Capital Management, also a board member of Dominion Voting. The official website of Staple Street Capital has since deleted this information. Key individuals at Dominion, connected with … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 6 of 8)

Between Honesty and Possible Hunger


Since the November 3 elections, maybe even before, I can’t recall and I haven’t gone back to look, I’ve spent an extraordinary amount of time digging into the various stories of fraud, pulling up bits and pieces of evidence, but mostly documenting what I’ve found about Nevada’s 2020 elections. This is not a popular activity … Continue reading Between Honesty and Possible Hunger

Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 5 of 8)


Sequoia Holdings orchestrated a turnaround in 2010 with the acquisition by Dominion Voting System. On June 4, 2010, Dominion Voting Systems, a previously little-known Canadian company that engaged in the manufacture of electronic voting hardware and optical scanners, acquired Sequoia Voting Systems Inc. Sequoia filed a bankruptcy petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 5 of 8)

Clark County, Nevada’s 56K Adjudicated Ballots Problem


The Nevada Secretary of State’s website states that Joe Biden’s margin of victory was a little over 39,000 votes. Following the election, the Trump campaign sued to disqualify 84,000 double votes, 19,000 vacant lot votes, 15,000 votes from people not living in Nevada, 4,000 non-U.S. citizen votes, and 1,500 votes, involving dead people. Carson City … Continue reading Clark County, Nevada’s 56K Adjudicated Ballots Problem

Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 4 of 8)


In November 2007 CFIUS issued a ruling ordering Smartmatic to sell all of its shares in Sequoia Voting Systems in exchange for CFIUS dropping its investigation of Smartmatic. But what followed was far from what one might expect. Following a ruling by the CFIUS, Smartmatic was ordered to sell to Sequoia’s management team- SVS Holdings … Continue reading Cutting into Nevada’s Election Fraud Knot, (Pt. 4 of 8)