Voter fraud? Where’d you get such an idea?

October 15, 2016

The Federalist, an online news magazine, introduced in September 2013, runs an important report by John Gibbs titled,Voter Fraud Is Real. Here’s The Proof.” As early ballots are appearing in mailboxes, this constitutes crucial reading.

Gibbs writes, “Data suggests millions of voter registrations are fraudulent or invalid. That’s enough to tip an election, easily.” Meanwhile we are continually assured the process is flawless and any attempts to assure ballot integrity are deliberately misinterpreted as ‘suppression of minority votes.’ Attempting to deny such accusations is in the same league as answering the question, “When did you stop beating your wife?”

This excellent exposé of the issue of voter fraud, goes hand-in-glove with a March 2012 Seeing Red AZ post and video, Voter fraud? “ We’re not the police,” clearly illustrating the lack of official concern regarding blatant efforts to subvert  the system.

Online registration, ballots arriving in mailboxes, voted at the kitchen table and mailed in, with no oversight, create an atmosphere ripe for abuseBallot harvesting by third parties, further complicates the integrity of trustworthy voting.  Though the Arizona legislature addressed this issue last session and Gov. Ducey signed HB 2023 into law, both the Secretary of State and Maricopa County Recorder have publicly stated they will not enforce the law.

As an example of vote manipulation, in a purely political move, Terry McAuliffe, Virginia’s liberal governor unilaterally restored the voting rights of nearly 13,000 ex-felons — a demographic more likely to vote Democrat.  In that move he accomplished with a single executive order what the state’s Supreme Court had previously barred him from doing. McAuliffe’s mindset has been honed as chairman of the Democratic National Committee, (from 2001 to 2005), and co-chairman of Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign. He was also chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign.

Get it?

Trump: “Disloyal R’s” far more difficult than Crooked Hillary”

October 12, 2016

Do GOP Trump disloyalists led by Maverick John McCain, Paul Ryan and Jeff Flake care that they can cause irreparable damage to the Republican brand and incite anger toward  down ticket races?

Dealing with the endless fallout from a 2005 video, suspiciously revealed in the final weeks of the presidential campaign, and for which Republican standard-bearer Donald Trump has repeatedly apologized, is getting his dander up. And who could blame him? The entire episode complete with the showy defection of iffy supporters exposes the empty shell of the GOP establishment — as Republican voters and grassroots activists remain loyal to Trump.

It’s widely reported that the video “leak” was perpetrated by a Ryan staffer, which is no surprise since Ryan and Rubio are said to be colluding on the formation of a 2020 presidential ticket 

Donald Trump clearly defines the double standard that permeates politics, as he continues to be held to a higher criteria than his radical Alinskyite presidential opponent Hillary Clinton, (as revealed by Conservative Review) and recent detractor John McCain.

If the video elevates the issues of candidate temperament and retaining women voters, where is the clamor for the heads of Hillary Clinton and John McCain as each of them have been far more offensive. Where Donald Trump was speaking privately in what has been characterized as “locker room” style generalities, John McCain called his own wife a painted trollop and a c**t in front of aides and reporters.

An even more vile and vulgar Hillary Clinton was also caught on tape being interviewed by a reporter, where she  can be heard raucously laughing and gloating over successfully defending a 41-year-old acknowledged child rapist — facing 30 years to life — getting him off on a technicality as she trashed the 12-year-old victim in the process.

The Daily Wire reports that Hillary alsothreatened, smeared and targetedthe victims of hubby Bill’s ongoing sexually predatory actions to keep them from going public with their accusations, as she calculatingly referred to them as “Bimbo eruptions.”

Where is the coverage of these offensive actions? Why is Donald Trump the only one held accountable and for far less reprehensible acts — now morphed into a contrived crisis? Is this smear campaign and accompanying feigned moral outrage all part of a calculated effort to topple his chances and put scandal plagued Hillary back in the White House to serve out Obama’s third term? The ongoing WikiLeaks data dumps clearly indicate that’s the scheme.

Hillary the Hater

October 11, 2016

With the latest releases from whistleblowing WikiLeals, we are learning ever more about the arrogance of the Clinton’s. Today we’ll stick to the single, stunning email revelation from Hillary’s campaign manager John Podesta that Hillary Clinton “has begun to hate everyday Americans.”

This follows the growing bed of evidence that Hillary, who characterizes herself as the champion of women and children,  terrorized the victims of hubby Bill’s sexual assaults. She threatened them to keep their mouths shut over the years as the Clinton’s sought the ultimate power of the White House, and she acted as his enabler. As the allegations by various women came at breakneck speed, the calculating woman who seeks power above all else referred to them as “Bimbo eruptions.” She blamed them on the “vast right wing conspiracy.” Paula Jones, who was demeaned as the type who would follow a dollar bill through a trailer park, won an over $800,000 judgment against Bill.

While much has been made of the decade old tape of Donald Trump engaging in locker room type braggadocio, a far more vulgar Hillary  was also caught on tapelaughing and gloating over successfully defending a 41-year-old acknowledged child rapist, getting him off on a technicality and trashing his 12-year-old victim.

Yet Hillary, coddled by the likes of obviously biased moderator Martha Raddatz, gets a pass during the presidential debates.

Media scrutiny of Hillary is almost nonexistent. Where are the questions regarding Hillary’s clearly precarious health: How about this on the final Oct. 19, debate?

“Mrs. Clinton, given your recent bouts of shakiness, and widely viewed collapse necessitating being lifted into a van, aided up a short series of steps, violent coughing jags, brain freezes, involuntary head shaking and bizarre eye movements, when do you intend to release your medical records?”

Or this?

“Mrs. Clinton, there have been numerous allegations, now substantiated by WikiLeaks releases,  that foreign counties gained expedited access and preferential treatment to you during your tenure as Secretary of State, by making large donations to the Clinton  Foundation. Would you please address this very concerning issue?

Or, “Mrs. Clinton, why are you committed to increasing the influx of unable to be vetted so-called refugees from terror sponsoring nations? Why do  you think our sovereign nation should be borderless?”

Don’t hold your breath waiting for these questions that have not and will never come.

It’s been written that Hillary Clinton had a credit-card processing machine on the front door of her State Department office rather than a lock, and like a modern Eva Peron handed out indulgences to those who lavished her with gifts.

Hillary and Bill Clinton are the same shady duo who thought it appropriate to rent out the Lincoln bedroom to the highest bidder and take tax credits for donating their used underwear.  Slickster Hillary said they weredead brokewhen they left the White House, a comment she later calledinartful and one she regrets.” Bolstered by charging for access and astronomical rates giving speeches their estimated net worth is now estimated to be $110 million. Not bad for government employees.

2nd Trump/Clinton 2016 Presidential Debate 6 pm AZ time

October 9, 2016

Date: Tonight, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016

Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM AZ Time
Moderators: CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and ABC correspondent Martha Raddatz.
Location: Washington University, St. Louis, MO
All Time Zones: The debates will air from 9 to 10:30 pm ET / 8 – 9:30 pm CT / 7 – 8:30 pm MT / 6 – 7:30 pm PT

This debate will feature a town hall format. Half of the questions will be asked by audience members at the debate and the other half will be asked by obviously biased Raddatz and Cooper. Clinton and Trump will each have two minutes to respond to the questions, followed by another minute for the moderators to ask follow-up questions.

The town hall participants in the audience claim to be uncommitted voters and were picked by the Gallup polling organization.

The media fix is in for Hillary to be elected to Obama’s third term. Cogent Americans can’t afford to let that happen.

The debate will air on major television and cable networks These are your viewing options.

A frank discussion with Donald Trump

October 8, 2016

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has reportedly cancelled nearly $1.7 million in televised ads scheduled for the key states of Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio — as well as other buys in Colorado, Iowa, New England and Pennsylvania markets.

This decision coincides with the release of a decade old, open mic spew of vulgarities, for which Trump apologized Friday (video). Still, he was unable to resist impetuously leaving the door open to discuss Bill Clinton’s extramarital escapades.

Too easily distracted, Trump must focus on the needs of our nation.

This tit-for-tat strategy is pure folly. Bill Clinton is not running in this upcoming election. The issues are the enormous debt incurred by Barack Obama, which Hillary Clinton would expand upon as she promises free college tuition and increased benefits. Joblessness is on the rise. Social Security and government-funded health care are unsustainable and must be retooled. The flood of unable to be vetted “refugees” from terror sponsoring nations must come to an abrupt end.  Our border must be secured. In these uncertain times, it’s imperative we invest more in defense and rebuilding our military, long neglected by Obama — who prefers bowing to despots, heads of corrupt regimes and Muslim royalty on his global apology tour — to safeguarding American citizens. There is no question beefing up the nation’s deteriorating infrastructure is an issue of foremost importance. We are vulnerable on far too many fronts.

Republicans need to win this election, Mr. Trump. Redefine the perpetual pout and limit the adjectives. We heard you the first time. No need to repeat everything three times.

This isn’t rocket science. Alicia Machado was not the bait you should have taken in the first debate. Neither is attempting to cover your own crude statements by trying to make Bill Clinton’s conduct worse.  This is not a vulgarity contest.

Donald Trump needs to move past these distractions and discuss his vision for America. That’s the only message.

After eight years of the outrageous excesses of Barack Obama, this presidential election should have been a cake walk for Republicans. Instead key endorsers are peeling away and the campaign is on life support. It can be resurrected, but the clock is ticking. Stay on message, Mr. Trump.

We need you.

VP debate tonight, Tues. Oct. 4, 6 pm AZ Time

October 4, 2016

The sole vice-presidential debate featuring Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine will take place tonight. It won’t be a record-breaker as the first televised Trump/Clinton presidential debate was. By all indications, it will attract not only a lesser crowd, but be more of a draw for committed political diehards. The ninety-minute town hall styled event will begin at 6 PM AZ  time – 9 PM ET.

The VP debate will be broadcast — commercial free — on all four major U.S. networks ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC along with cable news channels including Fox News, CNN, PBS and C-Span. Facebook (with ABC News coverage), Twitter (with Bloomberg coverage) and YouTube (with coverage from PBS), Fox News, Telemundo, Bloomberg, NBC News, and Washington Post) should have everyone covered.

This is a show you’ll only miss if you try hard enough.

There appears to be more focus on the fact that the debate moderator CBS News anchor Elaine Quijano is the daughter of Filipino immigrants than the candidate themselves. If she becomes the diversity interviewer, she’ll beat out Hillary-biased moderator Lester Holt as taking the spotlight from the candidates.  But that may just be the point.


Hypocrisy abounds as Marxist pope mocks U.S. election

October 3, 2016

While discussing the U.S. presidential candidates with a gaggle of reporters aboard his private jet returning from a three-day visit to the to the former Soviet Republics of Georgia and Azerbaijan, Pope Francis cunningly replied to a question dealing with the problems both candidates might present for devout Catholics. He responded with these slippery words, “During political campaigns, I never say a word. The people are sovereign. I would only say, study the proposals well, pray and choose with your conscience.”

Then unable to restrain himself, claiming he wanted to talk about a “fictional situation,” Francis proceeded to insult the United States and our citizens.

“When in any country there are two, three or four candidates who don’t satisfy everyone, it means that perhaps the political life of that country has become too politicized and that it does not have much political culture,” he said.

“People say ‘I’m from this party’ or ‘I’m from that party,’ but effectively, they don’t have clear thoughts about the basics, about proposals,” he lectured.

Really? In Italy’s 2015 presidential election, members of the Electoral College representing seven major political parties voted on several dozen candidates. Only members of Parliament (Senators) and regional delegates are entitled to vote . Does Francis think they have a preferable “political culture?”  And what about the Italian citizens? Does it bother him that they have no say in their own governance? In his homeland of Argentina, “free direct elections” have not been the norm until recently. Many heads of state attained their post via Coup d’état.

This past February, while returning from a politically timed trip to the Mexican side of the U.S. / Mexican border, Francis opined that Donald Trump’s pledge to build a border wall to control the invasion of illegal foreign nationals into the United States exposed him as, “not Christian.” An odd assertion from a church leader who lives amid splendor inside a massive 50-foot-tall, ten-feet thick wall surrounding the fortress that is Vatican City.

“I am a pawn?’ he asked at the time. “Well, maybe, I don’t know. I’ll leave that up to your judgment and that of the people.“ He continued, “A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not in the Gospel. As far as what you said about whether I would advise to vote or not to vote, I am not going to get involved in that. I say only that this man is not Christian if he has said things like that.”

Francis, who opted to visit with the Communist Castro brothers in Cuba prior to addressing Congress needs to stay out of U.S. politics. It is neither “fitting nor proper” to borrow a couple of words from Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

 Memory Joggers:

Jan. 12, 2016: Pope Francis has it exactly backwards

Feb, 20, 2016: Pope Francis: “Tear down this wall”

Sept. 19, 2015:  AZ US Rep. Gosar shuns Pope Francis’ speech to congress

May 14, 2015: Pope Francis embraces leftist doctrines

The President of Italy has the ability to appoint Senators for Life. We know how well that concept works out here, with arrogant octogenarian John McCain unable to relinquish power as he runs for yet another 6-year term in his 80s. Today we present the most recent video briefing in the ongoing series “Never McCaintitled “Senate and Unity Concerns.”