This is a terrible, terrifyingly awful precedent to set.

The NeverTrump Never Again. Victor Davis Hanson. “Perhaps bad men can do a few good things, but they cannot do a lot of good things. And Trump did a lot more good for the country than had prior supposedly good presidents.”

From Hanging Chads To Ballot Creep, Democrats Are Perfecting Post-Election Heists. Bob Anderson – “As significant as the ‘hanging chads’ were in 2000, ballot creep has emerged as the determining issue in 2020. It’s a skill that Democrats perfected in past elections.” … “The lesson is clear: Democrats believe in finding votes, until they’re ahead. Then it’s game over.”

Of Course The Party Of Moral Authoritarianism Would Cheat On Elections. I & I Editorial Board – “When the counting, recounting, and lawsuits are done, they might well have succeeded. It’s simply in their nature to do whatever they believe is necessary to further their agenda.” … “The belief in one’s own moral superiority eventually erases the conscience.” … “too many of us still don’t recognize what we can also call moral narcissism when it’s right in front of us.”

America in 2020. Paul Mirengoff – [assuming a fait accompli] “In 2020, America elected a president who slithered his way up the greasy pole and a vice president who slept her way up.”

American Coup. Daniel Greenfield – “This was not just voter fraud out of Philly. It’s a coup by the oligarchy.” … “In classic Leninist fashion, its initial goal is to control the propaganda and the process.” … “The only Democrat rule is that it’s patriotic when they do it and treason when their opponents do. That’s not how ‘democrats think. It’s how dictators rule.”

“The plot against America can’t stop. Not when it’s gone this far. Vote fraud isn’t new in American elections. Not even in presidential elections. But it’s never been backed by this degree of coordination and propaganda by the media and Big Tech.

 

Censoring Donald Trump Is More “Dangerous To Democracy” Than Anything He Could Ever Say. Tyler Durden – “Oligarchs and social media giants are now claiming a monopoly on “the truth”, that should worry everyone”

“This isn’t about defending Donald Trump, or even agreeing that the election was rigged (although there is plenty of evidence to suspect as much). This is about a principle. Donald Trump is the elected head of state, and he is being denied a platform to address the people he represents by the faceless servants of corporate media oligarchs.

This is a terrible, terrifyingly awful precedent to set.

Report: Nevada is not on track to meet its 2050 climate target, but there are policy pathways to get there. Daniel Rothberg – policies don’t do well against markets. That is why socialism fails.

“In addition, the report emphasized the need for decarbonization that considers “inequality and inequity in program design,” stressing that many residents most affected by climate change are those who already bear a high energy burden, the percentage of income spent on energy and fuel.

Vindication of HCQ. Charles Rotter – “Because of the medication’s politicization, and the pernicious tendency for dissenting perspectives to be silenced during the pandemic, data supporting hydroxychloroquine’s effectiveness have been almost inaudible. But a recent analysis pooling together results of randomized clinical trials testing hydroxychloroquine’s use in early COVID-19 infection should substantially raise the volume. ”

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