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Vote Shenanigans in FL, 
While AZ Still Counting
by Thomas Gallatin  
Europeans React to US Elections
by Soeren Kern
{} ~ The American midterm elections attracted intense interest in Europe, where much of the political and media establishment are hostile to U.S. President Donald J. Trump... and many had openly hoped that the vote on November 6 would weaken him and his legislative agenda. Newspapers and magazines across Europe provided saturation coverage of the elections. The overwhelming majority of commentaries and editorials, while customarily vitriolic in tone, grudgingly acknowledged that the midterm results did not amount to the total repudiation of the Trump Administration and may even help the president's chances for reelection in November 2020. In terms of transatlantic relations, many observers raised fears that if the Democrats, who won control of the House of Representatives, succeed in thwarting Trump's domestic initiatives, the president may place more focus on foreign policy and increase pressure on free-riding European allies to spend more for their own defense. What follows is a brief summary of some of the European media coverage of this year's U.S. midterm elections...
Poll warns sick-Pulosi to back off radical social agenda
{} ~ Heartland Democrats two years ago tried to tell then-presidential candidate scumbag/liar-Hillary Clinton that it appeared she cared more about bathrooms than jobs... referencing her emphasis on social issues such as transgender and gay “rights.”She didn’t listen. Now the same message is being delivered to sick-Nancy Pulosi, who plans to be the next House speaker. The message comes from a poll by the Family Research Council. “In the last 48 hours, there’s been a lot of speculation about what motivated voters to give back control of the House to Democrats. But based on exit polling, we can tell you one thing: it isn’t their radical social policy,” the organization said. “Some Americans may be frustrated by GOP leaders or at odds with Donald Trump, but their positions on life, religious liberty, and sexuality are still light years more conservative than the party they just handed half of Congress to.”... These voters will be surprise.
You Didn’t Hear About This Mob Attack in Minnesota
{} ~ On Saturday, September 22, 2018, while the world focused on the tragedy in Iran of the Ahvaz military parade attack carried out by ISIS... a mob of Somali Muslim men and boys rushed the entrance to Valleyfair, a family amusement park that had set aside the day to honor law enforcement in Minnesota. The mob overcame security, jumping fences avoiding metal detectors while bringing in weapons. It was a direct, premeditated attack on police and security. Backup had to be called in along with fire trucks, ambulances and even a police helicopter. This attack should be understood as a “dry run” test in counterterrorism parlance. When my kids were little, we used to go to Valleyfair, just like these law enforcement families were doing this past September for a special and fun summer day. How Minnesota has changed. The mob action occurred even after the Somali community had just enjoyed their very own special Somali day with reduced ticket prices at Valleyfair in July! The incident has gone virtually unreported in the mainstream media. This shows that a vocal number of troublemakers have been effective in paralyzing honest reporting concerning the deepening of Somali violence in Minnesota. The media is afraid to report the truth. Allegedly, the reason being given is that Minnesota is facing midterm elections and four Muslims are running for government positions...
Undercover Video Captures Broward County Ballots 
Being Transferred in Private Car
by Jim E
{} ~ All eyes are on Florida where suspected shenanigans are afoot as Democrat county officials are “discovering” new ballots... that could change the outcome of both the U.S. Senate and governors race. Now, a clear violation of ballot transportation protocol has purportedly been caught on camera. Congressional candidate Tim Canova posted what he claims is video of ballots being transferred in a private automobile. This process violates “chain of custody requirements” when it comes to paper ballots:The video is so far unconfirmed. But Senator Marco Rubio, who’s not normally one to engage in conspiracies, highlighted the video: The entire thing stinks of corruption to high heaven. The fact that Marco Rubio is going out of his way to draw attention to the possible corruption, thus putting his reputation at stake, should raise any fair thinker’s eye brows...
Scott Prevails, Judge Orders Broward Election Official 
to Immediately Release Records
{} ~ A Florida judge has ordered Broward County Board of Elections supervisor Brenda Snipes to turn over all records... requested by Republican Senate candidate Rick Scott no later than 7 p.m. Friday. Scott filed suit against Broward County on Thursday, demanding that Snipes comply with public-records law by revealing the number of mail-in absentee ballots her office has received, as well as how many of those have been counted thus far. Snipes, who has a history of running afoul of election law, has refused to disclose the number of mail-in absentee ballots her office has received, choosing instead to gradually report vote counts over the three days since the election. In that time, Scott’s initial lead over Democratic incumbent senator Bill Nelson has narrowed from more than 50,000 votes to just over 15,000. Snipes’s attorneys told the judge during Friday’s emergency court hearing that their client would gladly release all records once the counting process concluded, and argued that forcing her to do so immediately would interfere with her ability to finalize the count in a timely manner. Snipes’s lack of transparency regarding the vote count has led a number of prominent Republicans, including Senator Marco Rubio of Florida and President Trump, to suggest that Democrats are resorting to fraud to overturn Scott’s victory... 
Vote Shenanigans in FL, While AZ Still Counting
by Thomas Gallatin:  A legal fight is brewing in Florida as Democrats seek to upend the Republican Senate win, while evidently Arizona still uses the Pony Express for transporting ballots, as a final vote total may still be days away.

             When the Florida results came in late Tuesday evening, it seemed apparent that Republicans had won both a Senate seat and the governorship. In the race for governor, socialist-Andrew Gillum conceded to Rep. Ron DeSantis, as he was behind by 80,000 votes and mathematically eliminated from possible victory. The race between Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Democrat Senate incumbent scumbag-Bill Nelson was tighter, with Scott holding a 60,000 vote lead by the end of the night. However, even though he was mathematically eliminated based on the initially reported overall vote totals, Nelson refused to concede defeat. Doing the math, Scott declared victory and went to bed.
               Cue the Democrat shenanigans. In two of Florida’s bluest counties — Broward and Palm Beach — irregularities in reported vote totals began to emerge. Both counties’ Democrat election supervisors added tens of thousands of previously uncounted votes, and there is still no word yet on how many total votes were cast in either county, even three days after the election.
               By Thursday, Scott filed lawsuits against Broward and Palm Beach County election supervisors demanding access to public records, including the total number of ballots cast and the number counted. “I will not sit idly by while unethical liberals try to steal this election from the great people of Florida,” Scott stated. Meanwhile, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) posted video footage appearing to show ballot boxes in Broward County being transported in private vehicles. Rubio noted, “This violates all chain of custody requirements for paper ballots,” adding, “has anyone in local media looked into this claim or asked elections dept. about it?
               Scott and Rubio have good reason to be ringing the alarm bells over potential voting fraud, as Broward County election supervisor Brenda Snipes has a history of questionable behavior. In 2016, a judge ruled that Snipes broke state and federal laws by destroying ballots. In August of this year, Snipes was ordered by the court not to open mail-in ballots in secret or before the county’s three-member canvassing board could meet to determine a ballot’s validity. So it’s beginning to look like legal fights may come into play before all is decided in Florida. Sound familiar?
               Meanwhile in Arizona, things aren’t looking good for Republican Senate candidate Martha McSally, who now finds herself down by more than 9,000 votes to Arizona-hating Democrat Kyrsten Sinema as the vote numbers continue to trickle in. Evidently, there are still 400,000 votes yet to be counted, but some have suggested they are coming from areas that favor Sinema. We may not know until Monday who won the Senate race. We hope this ridiculously slow vote-counting process will push the state to develop a more efficient system.
               So it’s possible that, if everything goes Democrats’ way in Florida and Arizona, Republicans will have picked up just one Senate seat. That could have serious ramifications for judicial nominations and most specifically a potential Supreme Court nominee, as it would give Republicans little wiggle room. This is precisely why Dems are fighting so hard for seats.  

~The Patriot Post  

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‘Restrictive’ Gun Control Did Not Prevent Christchurch Massacre

 New Zealand requires licensing and in-depth background checks for would-be gun owners, but neither gun control policy prevented Friday’s attacks in Christchurch that killed nearly 50 people.

The University of Sydney’s describes New Zealand’s gun control as “restrictive,” because owning guns in that nation is not a guaranteed right but a privilege extended by the government.

Moreover, before legally owning a gun, residents must acquire a license. The acquisition of that license involves passage of a background check that “considers criminal, mental health, medical, addiction and domestic violence records.” Third party references must also be provided to authorities during the license procurement process and interviews are conducted with the applicant’s immediate family.

Even after licensing, New Zealanders cannot buy a handgun or “military style” semiautomatic without providing an acceptable explanation for why they want such a firearm. Additionally, those firearms must be registered with the central government upon acquisition.

It is illegal to sell a gun to anyone without a license, which means the background checks for license acquisition are universal; they cover all gun sales and transfers. And in the event that an individual is buying a gun from a friend or neighbor instead of retail, “the buyer… is obliged to pass official background checks before taking possession.” Also, “the number and type of firearms which can be sold by a licensed gun dealer to a single gun owner is limited to one pistol, military style semi-automatic firearm, or restricted firearm per acquisition permit.”

Further, gun show sales are highly regulated in New Zealand.

Democrat lawmakers in the U.S. are promoting many of these very gun controls–universal background checks, licensing, more gun show regulation, limits on the number of guns that can be purchased, etc.–arguing that these measures will make Americans safe. It is not yet clear how the killer in Christchurch acquired his weapons, yet we see that these gun controls did not prevent an attack that killed nearly 50 unarmed innocents.

More than one mosque was attacked in Christchurch, and the shooters who converged on a mosque in Linwood were reportedly chased by an apparent attendee who happened to be armed for self-defense.

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